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Copthorne Sussex
Partly in Surrey
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Maynard family
I am seeking information regarding the Maynard family. Charles Maynard and Pop Maynard the marbles champion Brian
red mail George Packham
I am looking for members of the Packham Family - George Packham my gg grandfather was borne around early 1900s and later married a lady called Bella, who worked on the stage in London. They divorced or separated and he went to live in Bourlogne Sur Mer in France. Can anyone help?
Looking for information on the maynard family. Lived in and around worth sussex. WILLIAM JAMES married to ANN POTTER. had a son ARTHUR he was one of many. He married an ELLEN ANNIE DENMAN> Would love to hear from anyone with information as I do not seem to be getting anyware.
Has anyone any information on Mark and Emily Prevett, who lived at Cottage Place, Copthorne Bank please. Thanks, Liz
red mail Gravett, Gere
Looking for any info regarding Gravett's from Copthorne and possibly Crawley. Also any Gere's with relations to Gravett's.
red mail Payne family of Copthorne
Looking for information on my grandfathers family, all his brothers(10) fell in the first world war. Possibly part of Arthur and Esther Payne's family of Haynes Farm, Copthorne. My grandfathers name was Albert Payne he married Violet Cheal of Lancing.
red mail Round House
Looking for information about 'a round house' near Copthorne Church. It was the Mr Payne the Verger/Sexton's house in 1905
Packham Family
Looking for Packham family. George Thomas Packham born Copthorne 1877. Parents Matilda Packham(Nee Dumsday), Thomas James Packham

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