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red mail Richard King born 1796 Bolney
Richard King married Fanny and lived near Eridge,Sussex for most of his life. They had 5 children, Fanny, Sarah, Elizabeth, William and James.If anyone has any information about them I would be pleased to receive it. Thank you.
red mail Dowlen Terrell
I am researching my GGGrandmother born in Bolney. Can any one give me any help as to her extended family please. Christiana Dowlen, or the Terrell family. 1800-1900, thank you.
red mail Blaker
I have Blakers to Arthur of Bolney, born 1650/1, married there twice - (1) Ann Vincent in 1671/2; and (2) Sarah Keel in February 3, 1684/5. I cant find his parents or siblings though some of the latter may have moved to Kent; I have a Francis and an Arthur who died in 1816 ans 1617; so I am missing one maybe 2 generations. Any help available ?
red mail Anthony Upton
I am looking for any information on Anthony Upton living in or around Bolney Sussex in mid 1700s
red mail Lewry one-name study
Searching for Lewry's everywhere. Particularly for the parents of Stephen Lewry who on census gives his place of birth as Bolney and calculated as 1808. Not present in parish records. Married Sarah Jane Gibson 1830 East Grinstead. Lived Cuckfield and Slaugham.
red mail Edward Peters - Bolney
Edward Peters born in Bolney 1786, died 1851. Gardener/Gravedigger (well that's logical!!)His sons George born 1822, Henry 1827, James 1830, in Lewes, Sussex. Further information sought, especially connection to Steyning...can you help?
smith -bolney
Desperate for info on Smiths in Bolney 1780-1820.My gggrandfather gives his birth (on later censuses) as Bolney 1800. have found a Peter and Frances -no record of Stephen being theirs -also 3 of their children (apparently) 'removed' under Poor Law. HELP!!!!

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