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red mail Newman
I am looking to contact any descendants of John Newman baptised in Stedham, 1791, and married Ann kingshott in Bramshott and died in Iping, 1864.
red mail HMS HOOD
Looking for Clara Leggatt, Stedham Sussex. One of her brothers is probably the father of my cousin George Frederick Stephen Leggatt who went down on HMS Hood May 1941. If anyone has any info. would love to hear from you. R
red mail SCOTT, GEORGE
Looking for information on George Scott. Christening May 14, 1831 in Stedham. Father name was William Scott, mother Anne. May have been last name Crawford.
red mail Stedham
Looking for information on Terrance Regionald Berry born 1947, son of Regionald Thomas Berry and Elsie Gladys Varns. Married Dorothy N Leavy; Siblings: Shirley Ann b 26.2.1949 married David Colin White; Diane Margaret bor 10.5.1952 Any information welcome.
red mail Stedham Mill (Flour)
My Great Grandfather (born 1879) worked at Stedham Mill. His name was William Marchant. My grandfather remembers the stepping stones across the river.
red mail Simmonds family
Does anyone have information on the Simmonds family who lived in Stedham early 1800's to 1900's?
red mail Clarke
Samuel and Sarah Clarke were in Stedham in 1841, Sam was a shepherd. Their first child, Elizabeth, was 4 months old. Does anyone share my interest in these ancestors?
Challen Family
John Challen and family lived at Totehill, Stedham and had numerous children. Early 1840's. Then emigrated to Canada
red mail Hounsome
My great grandmother was Bessie Hounsome born in 1880 in Stedham. Her parents were Jesse Hounsome and Mary Jane Palfrey

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