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red mail GUMBRELL-Poynings
I am trying to find any information about the GUMBRELL family from Poynings, Samuel Gumbrell married 3 times and was a brewer, eventulay becoming a church warden, he has links with other surrounding villages of Edburton, Newtimber, Waldron, any help would be much appricated Tracy
red mail STEPHEN CAVE CUTTRESS
Seeking information on the ancestors & descendants of Stephen Cave Cuttress who owned the Poynings Brewery. My father was a chef for 27 years at a bakery catering business owned by a Cutress family in Sussex.
red mail Graimes/Berry/Scrase/Anscombe
My Graimes ancestors lived in Sussex from at least 1651 to about 1890, predominantly in Poynings, Lindfield, Brighton and Bolney. Any info would be most welcome.
red mail Cuttress/ Poynings
I am married to the Cuttress family who lived (and owned at one point)in Poynings. They also originated from Edburton. Looking for information on John Cutress born in 1798 and died in the early 1830's. He was married to Mary (Albone???). Mary Cutress/ Cuttress (nee asforementioned)then married Samuel Gumbrell, of Edburton and lived in Poynings.
red mail LEWRY FAMILY
DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY INFORMATION ON THE LEWRY FAMILY. MY GGG GRANDFATHER HENRY LEWRY WAS BORN IN POYNINGS IN 1779
red mail Sir William and Dame Mary Ball
Sending from Canada. Subj persons are related. Was wondering if anyone on the list would be able to provide me with any more information on the family? In particular the children of Dame Mary and her husband Sir Alexander. Also, if anyone has any information on Sir Alexander's brother Ingram and his family it would be appreciated. Copies of birth/death/marriage certs would greatly be appreciated. Information on Sir Alexander's Baronetcy would also be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance. Thom
red mail Dame Mary Ball
Dame Mary Ball, buried in the Chancel of the Downlands Parish Church of Holy Trinity, Poynings, 1832, along with her son Sir William Keith Ball, 1874. What is the link between them, the Church and the county of Sussex?


 
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