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red mail Marshall Family around 1550
My Marshall Family lived in Lurgashall in the 1500s. Does any one know anything about the family or the village. Another surname for this time is Hershey. They moved to Lodsworth in 1600s and stayed in the area for 300 years. I would love to hear from you if you do have information. Diana
red mail The Street family of Lurgashall
I'm trying to trace the family of Thomas Street a cordwainer who was born at Lurgashall in Sussex in the late 1700s. I believe that he may have married a Sarah (Clark?) from Witley in Surrey and they had at least one daughter Eliza Street, born at Witley in approximately 1817. The Street family are a very prolific family and many have moved away into other areas. I'm anxious to trace any relatives of Thomas Street, his wife or their descendants and am happy to share all my research.
red mail SARAH DUKE
Seeking further information on the families of Sarah Duke b. circa 1760 m. 21 Oct. 1781 Lurgashall Richard West b. before 1759. Children Richard, Mary, William, Samuel, James & Ann all b. circa 1785-1802 Easebourne except Ann b. Fernhurst.
TRIBE family
Looking for anyone who links in with the TRIBE family of Lurgashall, who seem to have originated in the early 1600's in nearby Fernhurst, before setting up in Lurgashall for the next few hundred years.
red mail William Enticknap
Looking for information on a William Enticknap, possibly from Lurgashall who married Hannah Prior in Easebourne, Sussex in 1809. william died some time before 1825. william and Hannah had 7 children: Maria (1809), Thomas (1810), James (1814), Sarah (1816) George (1818), Ruth (1820), William (1824), all probably born in North Ambersham (Bexly Hill). thomas and George are known to have emmigrated to Canada.
Henry Standen b. 1799 Lurgashall
I am seeking information on Henry Standen, a blacksmith who moved from Lurgashall to Waresley in Huntingdonshire about 1825.
red mail GILL. Reginald
I am researching people whose names are on Lurgashall War Memorial. Reginald Gill is listed under First World War casualties. Absolutely no information on him. Any help at all would be extremely welcome.
red mail Charles Challen
b.1816, Lurgashall married 1839 in Northchapel to Dorothy (Luff) died c. 1896 Petworth. 11 children born from 1840 t0 1864 - my grandfather was Henry, b.1855 Northchapel & moved to London c. 1880. Looking for connections.
red mail Thomas Caplen
Thomas Caplen c 22.3.1863 Lodsworth; Died 10.08.1930 Odiham; married 11.10.1896 Fernhurst to Alice Olive Berry. They had the following children: Florance Anna Berry c 25.10.1896; William Thomas Caplan c 24.10.1898; Elsie Kate Caplin b 1899 Selham;Flora Caplin b 1897 Selham; Mabel Caplin b 1901 Selham; Roderick John Caplen b 16.02.1902 Lodsworth married Dorothy Ivy Reddings. Looking for information on this family and any other Caple(a)(i)n's born in Lurgashall.
Looking for anyone researching Kingshott or any of the variation in spellings, anywhere in the world.
red mail CLEVERLY
Thomas CLEVERLY was a hollow turner who baptised three children Mary, Anna and Sarah in Lurgashall, Sussex. Thomas was buried in 1775 at nearby Lodsworth.

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