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red mail Bishop family Fairlight, Wye or Rye
Searching for Rich'd Bishop and any family. Rich'd was listed as father of James Bishop on immigration papers to Australia in 1838 onboard the 'Fairlie'. Also James wife Phoebe and perhaps a Dan Bishop and his son also called James who married Eliza. It seems the young ones pulled up stakes and came to Australia. Any info or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
red mail Buffard/Bufford
Joseph buffard, 28/4/1844-4/8/1908
red mail Putland Barbara
I am looking for any family of Barbara Putland born in 1820s married William Brown and left the area any information would be a great help. Thanx
red mail FELLOWS
Henry and Mary married in Fairlight 1784 both born in Guestling any info please
red mail Cooper
John Cooper, Blacksmith in rye Sussex, lived in Fairlight and was married to Jane Hixon. Had several children who married into the Mittell, Mills and Chapman . Any info would be very welcome
Geering, Titsall
I am looking for information on George Titsall and sarah Geering, who married at Fairlight on the 29 October 1805. They had at least one daughter Sarah who was born in Hastings c. 1807. Can anyone help?
Andrew Woodus or Woodhurst 1718
Christened on Nov.7th 1718 (Fairlight Parish Register)seeking more info on my family line.
red mail Edwards, Hobden, Crowhurst
Edward EDWARDS married Frances HOBDEN 1836 in Fairlight, Sussex. He was a builder.Had a son, Harry, born Brighton, Sussex. (Don't know of other children?) Harry married Evelyna CROWHURST 1868 Victoria, Australia.


 
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