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Stisted Essex
Often referred to as Sisted, some of such references found are quite recent (including Statutory Instrument 1997 No. 623), although it is unclear as to whether this is an error or an old spelling resurfacing. ... more
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red mail Sarah DUNCOMBE
Sarah was born in Stisted in 1817. At some stage she moved to London and married (?) John Crates (Craik) CHARTERS to whom she bore five children - Patrick Thompson Fender, Elizabeth Fender MacKay, Louisa Parsons, Sarah Josepha (my great grandmother b. 1857) and Joseph Duncombe (who died age 2). Would appreciate any information on her family
red mail Sarah (?)
Sarah was born in Stisted in 1817. At some stage she moved to London and married (?) John Crates CHARTERS to whom she bore five children - Patrick, Elizabeth, Louisa, Sarah Josepha (my great grandmother) and Joseph, who died age 2. All of theae births were recorded in Westminster, Brompton or Kensington. I cannot find any record which gives a clue to Sarah's maiden name. Can anyone help with details?
red mail Mary Biggs/John Youngs
Mary and John were my Great x 4 Grandparents, believed to have married in Stisted, Essex, about 1765. Their son, Abraham (my Great x 3 Grandparent) was born in Stisted on 10 Jun 1778, and married Sarah Smith (born abt 1781 in Stisted) in Stisted on 7 Apr 1800. The family line went on to live in Rivenhall, Essex, for a number of generations, before my mother Florence Mabel Youngs (born on 6 Jun 1903 in Rivenhall), moved to Trowbridge, Wiltshire, where she married my father, Edmund John Nicholls, a soldier stationed at Trowbridge Barracks in 1925. Can anyone help me to find out more about John and Mary?
red mail Elizabeth Pudney - Joshua Pudney
Elizabeth Pudney born approx 1810 married Joshua Pudney born 1811 - Unsure of Elizabeth's maiden name, any information greatly appreciated.
red mail John Pepper
Anyone help.. John Pepper born C1747 died C1811, married Sarah Daviss, lived Stisted Essex, link to my grandmothers line through John Peppers son John Pepper born 1786 @ Stisted married Ann Redgwell.
red mail Cousins
searching for more information about Thomas Cousins born Stisted about 1867 He married an Mary Spencer in Gravesend Kent in 1889.
red mail Peagram, Moss
Can anybody help me find info.about Frank Peagram (1875 a 1935) born in Stisted, married Alice Moss (1880 a 1932). Children: Ted, Bert, Mable, Elsie, Glady, Leslie. Thanks beforehand Ginny
I would be pleased to hear from anyone who, like me, has Duncombe or Duncomb ancestors who lived in the Stisted/Bocking area.
red mail Samuel Felton Rayner
I am looking for the parents of my gt gt grandfather Samuel Felton Rayner who was born in Stisted in 1818. He married Mary Ann Simpson from Maldon in about 1837.
red mail Stisted C Of E School
I was at school there 1938 to 1941.There were 2 classrooms,1 for Infants,and a long room which held 2 classes,the upper class kept pupils up to 14 (school leaving age).Mrs Shave managed both classes,she was a wonderful teacher.1941 2 pupils passed the 11+.The big playground had small gardens round it and here we had gardening lessons and "dug for Victory" Oh, and in the washroom were the dreaded pots of Codliver oil and malt, 1 for each child!
red mail Village Library
The Library started with a small wooden box in the School cloakroom.Violet Freeman (dec) arrived 1938 in village,and ran a flourishing library through the war until about 1975 in the Montefiore Institute,she was then 76.
red mail George Chaplin B.1831
George Chaplin was a labourer blacksmith, married Eliza and had 7 living children Alfred, Edward, Edgar, Edith, Bertie, Ernest and Ada. He was still living in Stisted in 1901 aged 72 with two sons Alfred and Ernest. Edward Chaplin was my Great Grandfather.
red mail Stisted C Of E Primary School
The original school was founded in 1836 to provide a Christian education for the children of the village and surrounding farm cottages. The present building dates from 1872, and is a pleasant white lath and plaster building near the village green andwithin a conservation area. Two projects are currently under way in connection with its history. The School Log books are being indexed. Subject to some restrictions for confidentiality, it is hoped that a transcription will be eventually produced.In addition a 'Book of Memories' is in preparation. Are you or a member of your family a past pupil? The oldest former pupil we know of is now 93. All contributions will be gratefully received, whether from 1914 or the 1990's.

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