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WHITE/ELLIOTT
Elizabeth White (bpt 5 January 1780 at Iping) was also known as 'Bett' or 'Bet'. She married Richard Porter 13 October 1803 in Woolbeding. Her parents were Thomas White and Elizabeth Elliott who married 27 April 1779 in Stedham. Does anyone know anything about Thomas White or Elizabeth Elliott? Any information about these families gratefully received.
red mail Windibank
I am interested in the family of john windibank,b abt 1835in Iping, a blacksmith,he had 4 children,Harriett,Albert, Kate, Ada. Think his father was Eli.
JACKSON family of Iping
Looking for anyone who links in to the JACKSON family of Iping and the surrounding districts. They are direct ancestors of mine.
red mail Langley
Robert Langley, my 3ggfather was born at Farnhurst in March 1807 and married Frances Steel at Iping in 1827. They made their home at St Helen's, Isle of Wight.
red mail Simmonds family
Does anyone have information on the Simmonds family who lived in Iping from early 1700's to 1850's?
red mail Alfred Stac(e)y and Emma Berry
Looking for information on Alfred Stacey b 1843 in Linch, Sussex who married 9.9.1865 Fernhurst to Emma Berry b 1847 Fernhurst (Parents: Thomas Berry and Sarah Lambert)The 1881 census state that Alfred and Emma were living with their children: FloraEva b 1870 Trotton; Anne Lilly b 1871 Trotton; Rosa Dorcas b 1874 Iping; Frank Arthur b 1876 Iping and Mary Emma b 1880 Iping; at 9 Milland Marsh, Iping, Sussex. They may have had more children after this. If you have any information could you please contact me.


 
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