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red mail HYDE family
Interested to hear from anyone with the Hyde family in their tree, especially Charlotte, born about 1808. She married James Drewett in 1831 in Hove.
red mail godden family relatives
henry thomas godden m sarah kinch 19/08/1867.children henry thomas b.1869,peter b.1871, william b.1874.sarah died age 32yrs 1879.henry remarried rose soon after.their children ada b.1881,ellen b.1882,mary b.1885,richard b.1888,louise b.1879/1881.i also know that william married mary.i dont know when.children james herbert,albert john,frank earnest,christina may,ella florence.they had their grandaughter living with them named ivy kathleen johnson.i dont know who was her parent but she married a albert j.harling 1934.she died in kent roundabout early 1980"s.i would be grateful for any further help.
red mail Children's Home Rottingdean 1950
Was anyone there in 1950? My 9 month old brother and I, aged 3, were in the home for a few weeks whilst my mother was in St Lukes Hospital in Guildford. When did the home close?
red mail Balcombe family
I am looking for information on the family of William Balcombe who was born Rottingdean 25 Dec 1777, father Stephen, mother Mary and younger brother Stephen. I seek information on the father Stephen Balcombe, his occupation and his death between 1780 and 1787, possibly from a boating accident involving the Royal family?
red mail Wheelers racehorse trainer
My grandmother is tracing her family and has found out they were racehorse trainers in rottingdean around 1891. both richard wheeler and harry wheeler lived in dale cottage in rottingdean. any further information would be appricated as have hit a dead end.
red mail DUDENEY
I am looking for any information on the Dudeneys who were shepherds for generations in this area
red mail Moores of Rottingdean
I have found the following Moores' in the 1871 census but they have completely disappeared (except for Richard b 1870 and found in the Newhaven Union House 1881) from further census; including 1881-91and 1901. Richard b 1847 and wife Sarah (Champion), son George b 1867, dtr Mary Ann b 1869 and Frederick b 1872. (all born Rottingdean) Can anyone offer any explanations?


 
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