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red mail 5 Brambledean Road, Portslade-by-sea
My mother Phyllis Bottomley was born in 5 Brambledean Road, Portslade-by-sea in Sussex. Please could anyone tell me if this residence/address still exists? Would anyone know the history of this residence as I suspect it might have been a nursing home rather than private residence ? If it does exist I would be very grateful to receive a digital picture, if possible. Many thanks.
red mail Spraggett
Hi am researching the Spraggett family, willing to share details.
red mail Richard Parsons
I am looking for any information on Richard Parsons who was born in Portslade in 1746, then moved to Angmering and married Margaret Olliver the daughter of the infamous John Olliver (the Miller who is buried on Highdown Hill). I am a descendant of his.
looking for memebers of the spraggett or hacker family living in portslade from 1871
red mail the gear family
red mail Isaac Bottomley
My grandfather above was born 25 Connaught Street, London & his address at time of his marriage remained the same. At time of the birth of his only child Phyllis Mary in 1912, he resided with his wife Florence Mary Bottomley (nee Downs) in 5 Brambledean Road, Portslade-by-sea in Sussex. He is believed to have died (possibly in India) a few years later but I cannot trace him since 1912. Any info would be appreciated regarding him or residence as stated.
red mail Parsons 1891 Portslade
Hello, I am wondering if anyone can help I am trying to find what happened to the above family. In 1891 James was 44 and a Labourer at Gasworks, married to Elizabeth, 8 children are shown. One son Frederick Parsons age 9 I believe is my Great Grandfather he moved to Winchester where he married Ann(ie) Crook. Does anyone have any further information. Their address is shown as 10 East Street, Portslade. Is East Street still there? Any information gratefully received. Thanks
red mail PACKER family of Portslade Sussex
Would like to exchange information about Packer family in Portslade. Five generations worked at the Gas Works.
red mail McConnochie
Searching for descendants of Gabriel McConnochie, National Schoolmaster 1860 until death in 1898
red mail Isabella Dawson Hill
I am interested in Isabella Dawson Hill, wife of Capt. Robert Charles Hill of the 13th Hussars. Isabella was buried at Portslade Cemetary on 05 January 1921. I believe she had two children who were sent to live with their Hill grandmother in London, possibly Clerkenwell. Not sure if Herbert Francis Dawson and Annie Coral Dawson buried in 1966 and 1935 are same family. Capt. Hill was said to be a cousin of my father, Arthur Archibald Hill. Thank you, Ivy
red mail Alfred Grainger
Looking for details of Alfred Grainger, my Grandfather. I know very little about him except that he worked as a bus driver in the Portslade area in the 1940's.
red mail Draper family in Portslade
I would like to find out more information about Elizabeth, David and Robert Draper, children of Burt Draper, who grew up in Portslade around the 1920's - 1930's. I am tracing my Grandmother's history (Elsie Grace Draper, nee Robins).
red mail Broomfield
I am researching the Broomfield family tree, a branch of which came from the Burgess Hill area. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail Broomfield Annie
Looking for relatives of Annie, dressmaker, who acccording to 1901 census lived at 25 Osborne St Hove b. 1868 Portslade. Cannot find any other reference to her, may have been related to John Broomfield b. 1841 who had a daughter Annie b. 1863 West Hoathly and who married J Seymour in 1900.
red mail BRICE HENRY
Henry Brice was living at 44 Norway St in Portslade by Sea, along with a J. Sweatman/Sweetman during WW1. Arthur Knight corresponded with someone at this address while he was in France. Does this ring a bell with anyone? Trying to find out who J.Sweatman/Sweetman was. There was a Brice/Knight connection.Can anyone help?
red mail Sweatman,Sweetman,Portslade By Sea
Looking for a J(Jane?) Sweatman living at 44 Norway St in Portslade By Sea in 1915 along with Henry Brice with a connection to Winn and Knight. A Knight uncle(from Canada) was corresponding with a J Sweatman at this address during WW1 while in France. I am looking for the connection. Could she have been nee Gallagher?
red mail Seeking Martin Family
I am anxious for any information on my Father's Brother & Sister in Law, Wilfred (William)and Gladys Martin who resided in Gladstone Road Portslade in the 1940's.
red mail Elizabeth Bartlett-Portslade By Sea
Does anyone out there have any information on an Elizabeth Bartlett.? Elizabeth was born September the 3rd 1903 in 2 Canal Cottage Portslade By Sea, Shoreham, Brighton. My sister and I know very little about our grandmother, except that her father was called Henry and he was a labourer at the time of her birth. Her Mother was called Jane Bartlett, formally Short. My elder brother recalls being taken to Brighton by our Mother to visit with and Aunt, so she might have had a sister. Elizabeth married a John Matthew's and she died in 1930 aged just 27. Any information on Elizabeth or her family would be much appreciated. Margaret
red mail lietenant john edward french
any further information on lietenant John Edward French died at pacific naval battle 1914 on HMS good hope. listed at Portslade cemetary.
red mail PARKER
Seeking information on Miriam Jane Parker b1897 Father George Henry Parker last known address 1918 Wellington Road Portslade by Sea
Searching for my grandmother Ada Louise Woodman who married Captain Edward William Stocker in 1891 in Portslade church and lived in a villa? there. Can you give me any information about what it was like then in Portslade or Shoreham?
red mail Portslade-by-sea
Looking for Hemsleys and Strutts in this village from 1850 onwards.

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