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red mail MERRITT
My gg grandmother Eliza MERRITT was born in Ropley in 1831. She married George COOK 1st. Jan. 1859 in West Tisted. I believe her parents are James MERRITT and Sarah ? Can anyone confirm this? George and Eliza's daughter was Priscilla COOK born June 1865 in South Stoneham.
red mail Pullinger/Pullenger
I am seeking information about my ancestors Henry Pullinger, who married Martha. He was born in 1849 in Ropley -his mother Caroline (but Henry was illegitimate). If anyone has information about this family I would love to get in touch, but realise that there was more than one Pullinger family locally!
red mail William Faichen Schoolmaster
William Faichen was the first schoolmaster of Ropley school, having started a school earlier in Bishop's Sutton church. He was married in Bighton to Sarah Ansell. He lived in Ropely and Bishop's sutton between 1811 and 1831 when he died. If you are related to William or Sarah or know anything more about them and would like to share research, please contact me.
red mail jackson /appleford
my greatgrandfatherx3 thomas jackson 1780 ropley maried twice , his second wife lucy apleford born 1800 could possibly of come from chorton , they had a daughter lucy 1838.thomas died not long after lucy was born . thomas's daugher lucy married charles westbrook and they later moved to surey if any one has any information i would be very gratefull . thanks denis
Henry Pullinger
I am looking for information about Henry Pullinger and/or his parents. Henry was born 1809 in Ropley, married to Martha Kemp from Selborn. Henry joined the Grenadier Guards in 1829 and served for 24 years. Died in Chelsea 1857
I am looking for any information about James Windebank born in Ropley in 1823. His father was John and his mother Hannah.

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