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Posted Jul 2008 by a free member
Hastings, Sussex

Sargent Family
My grandfather Edward Sargent born in 1890, his father was Frederick Sargent 1850 ( m.Eliza Clark)( received a bible from St. Clements infant school in 1857 - I have it. ) the great grandfather was Robert O Sargent abt 1822 (m.Mary Long). Edward had siblings, Albert, Frederick Robert, Charles William, Elizabeth Mary, Ada Matilda, Florence Emily. Some relatives went to Australia (Pam??) Hastings is mentioned on a number of documents. I have a birth and marriage cert. Edward had 1 daughter Gertrude with his first wife Hannah Holliday - she died in 1918 - Gertude was my mother - died in 1982 in Canada. Hoping to go back further than Robert, but would also like to contact the Australian relatives - I think they are Florence's children or Ada - she may have gone to Australia too.



 
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