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red mail GURR/DRIVER/CORNWELL
I am researching my family history, i would like to find out more about my gransfather william george gurr born in eastbourne workhouse to selina louise gurr. My great grandmother on my mothers side of the family was louisa (leah) cornwell married elie driver. Any info would be good. Thanks
red mail Henry Poole Hepburn
Our 2x great grandmother Henrietta Poole Hepburn Beverley, born 1849, appears to be illegitimate. I have never been able to locate any birth or baptism records. Her mother is Emily Beverley and they move around in London, eg Chelsea, Pimlico, Westminster. Because of the name combination I have suspicions that Henry Poole Hepburn is the father (or at least claimed to be the father). I have not found the combination Poole Hepburn anywhere else. There is no real evidence though. Henry marries but has not got any legitimate children. His will does mention some trusts but no specifics. Emily is described as an annuitant on the 1851 census. I would be most interested if anyone has any more information on a possible link between Henry and our ancestors, or knows of a way to find out! Many thanks, Elke
Jenner/Smith/Sandalls of Chailey
My grandfather Charles Smith was possibly the illigitimate son of Eunice Smith. Eunice, possibly Eunice Susan Smith came from Chailey and her parents are believed to be Richard Smith and Susan nee Jenner. Eunice was an uneducated housemaid in Brighton and possibly had an older child Ada Eunice. Charles was bought up by the Sandalls family and I believe the Smiths, Jenners and Sandalls families had close ties in Chailey and possibly Lewis. Would love contact from relatives of any of these families. Thanks.
red mail beard family from chailey
looking for information on the beard family of chailey green . they had a shop on the green from around 1755till the early 1930s also looking for information on findon and high salivaginton , and plumpton mills all in the family at some time . names i am looking for are . thomas rootes beard , joseph rootes beard , william day beard . elizabeth beard richant marchant beard . thanks for yoyr help serena
red mail Lucy Langridge, 1805
Looking for Lucy Langridge, born in Chailey in about 1805, married John Haywood, probably before 1830, and lived with him in South Malling. Any information would be welcome. Thanks
Coltingham Cotinglaw Brown
George Coltingham or maybe Coltinglaw Tile maker aged 32 born Chailey,with wife Naomi aged 29 with children Alfred aged 8,Susan aged 7 and Emily aged 4,Naomi's brothers Stephen & Allen Brown were living with them in the 1871 cencus.
red mail Rev Charles Porteous Valentine
Charles Valentine had a school and farm at Chailey in the mid 1830s. He had been a Unitarian Minister at the West Gate Chapel Lewes but had to retire to his farm because of poor health. Does anyone know where the farm might have been or any other info about the school?
red mail COLE family
High House Farm, Littleworth, Chailey researching William Cole (1813) born Woodbridge 1861 census shows him as farmer at High House farm, wife, Ann Kemp (1821) born Malling
red mail Comer/Dadson/Lister
I am looking into my nans' side of the family and am looking to find out about my gt uncle Ivor Comer (formerly the village bobby). He married my gt aunt Audrey Dadson and had a daughter that I know of. Also on the hunt for info of my husbands mother Grace Lister, we do know she was in Chailey Heritage as a young girl as she was born with a deformed foot, she died in '87 in Hailsham aged early 80's/late 70's. She married a Reg Jones and had two boys, there is also a half sister to these boys.
Markwick/Juden
Martha Markwick born Chailey 14 Nov 1832 married Richard Juden and had children:- Richard David 1876,Miriam 1867,Alice Orpah 1873.Arthur Lewis 1880,Percy & Eunice no dates of birth. Martha's parents were David Markwick & Susanna Avery
red mail MANNERS
Sarah MANNERS was baptised on 7th January 1781 the daughter of Henry and Philadelphia (TOMSETT). She was the ninth of ten children.
red mail WICKS
James WICKS married Sarah MANNERS on the 19th October 1803 at Newick, Sussex. He was 'of Maresfield'. They both died in the Union House, Lewes in the 1850s having lived in Lewes St. John's (sub-castro) parish. Their son James (1805 - ) emigrated to Australia in 1854 and has many descendants.
red mail Braysher
Various spellings - Braysher, Brayzer, Brazer, Brazier - depending on how 'officialdom' in the shape of Census Enumerators and the Clergy wrote it down at the time. I am interested in any Brayshers. My direct descendant is James Braysher, born Chailey 1826. He married Susan BERRY, born Lindfield, 1835. By 1881 they were living at Ox Bottom , Newick.
red mail Chailey - Ww1
Researching two VAD hospitals located in Chailey/Newick during WW1. The first, Hickwells, operated from March 1915 to June 1916. The VAD unit - Sussex/54 - then re-located to larger premises at Beechland House in nearby Newick where it operated until 1918. I have some information already but seek additional material on all things Chailey 1914-18, particularly the local residents. Chailey was home to a number of prominent families - Blencowe, Cotesworth, Ingram, Bessemer - amongst others, and the village war memorial commemorates 49 local men - some from Newick - who lost their lives during the Great War. All information relating to Chailey gratefully received.


 
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