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red mail Deadman
John Deadman was born in Crawley c 1770. He married Ann Worrell 11 Junr 1791. They had the following children. Thomas 1794 James 1796 John 1792 Sarah 1802 Richard 1803 William 1803 Stephen 1804 Ann 1807 George 1810 Peter 1814 He moved to Dorking Surrey and married Helen Knifton. Hnery 1817. Tree held.
red mail The Freemans
Does anyone have any information regarding Henry Freeman (born 1791), supposedly born in Crawley. He was probably not baptised in the area, but I wonder whether anyone else has him in their tree? I would love to hear from anyone who may have any info on Henry - many thanks.
red mail Crawley Bus Routes
I am looking for information about the bus routes running in Crawley from the 1930's to present day. i.e. destinations and route numbers. All help is very much appreciated.
red mail Botting and Gearing
Any info on these families from 1820s onwards please? John Botting and his wife Ellen or Helen were born in Crawley. John was an engine driver by 1860
red mail Looking For Tidy Family
My Grandfather is Frank Tidy and his mother was Grace Tidy. I would like to hear from anyone related to my Grandfather, who grew up around Kingston upon Thames
red mail families in Crawley
Any info on these families in Crawley would be welcome; Parsons,(Builders), Cook(of Tilgate estate),Lee.
red mail Alcorn family of Worth
Searching for information on the Alcorn family, blacksmiths in Worth. John Alcorn was also the Parish Clerk until his death in 1868.
Can anyone help with information about an Eden Brewer, daughter of John & Elizabeth, who was baptised at Crawley in October 1802? I'd be very grateful for any help Vi
red mail Freeland, Arthur Alan
Interested in learning more about my great-uncle, born 1869 in Cobham, Surrey, who lived, later in life, at Rolls Farm, c.1920's. He was in the military service (home guard?) as a ranking officer during WWI.

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