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red mail Frank Morris
I am looking for any information on a Frank Morris, born Nov 6 1892 Haddocks Hill Bexhill England. He was age 8 in Bexhill Sussex, his Mothers' name was Annie, in 1901 she would've been 37 years of age, his Wife's name Hilda. I have additional information he lived at 5 Simpson Cottages (?)-of which I cannot find any information. This Frank Morris is my Great Grandfather whom was in WWI, repeatedly inured he was not allowed to go back into action (stubborn one he was) which rendered him in the Military Band upon which he composed and orchestrated marches for (Step Lively my favourite piece ~ we have his original scores) - and also played in front of the King. He later moved to Canada Manitoba and joined the NWMP as Drum major-he was the only one in history allowed to wear his original regalia from the Military as drum major in the NWMP (North West Mounted Police) now called RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police). If anyone has any more information about Frank Morris or family history, I would be delighted to hear from you! Thanks so much. Sheryl
red mail Wilkes
I'm looking for any information on Thomas Wilkes who moved to Bexhil from Stafford he married a Daisy Guest in 1963, is Daisy Guest out there somewhere.
red mail Taylor
I am living in Australia and am looking for any info on Lawrence Roland Taylor, born 1924 in Bexhill, Sussex. He may be able to offer some info on family links that may help me in my search of my English ancestors. I believe he stayed in England when my mother and her family came to Australia but where he may be now is a mystery. If anyone may be able to pass my enquiry onto him I would appreciate it immensley. Kind regards, Karen in Australia.
Albert Frederick Truran 1885-1962 (son of Richard Truran and Alice Ann, nee Vine) was living at Newlands Cottages, Bexhill in 1901. He married Mary Amelia Richardson in 1909 (Ticehurst GRO ref) and they had Frederick William in 1912, Robert Charles in 1914 and Marjorie Alice in 1917. Is anyone researching this line of the Truran tree?
Richard Truran 1888-1963 (son of Richard and Alice Ann, nee Vine) was a boot and shoe maker/repairer at 39 Sackville Road, Bexhill, trading with a Mr Merritt, in Kelly's Directory for 1915. He married Selina Annie Booth in 1915. Does anyone have a connection? His death GRO ref in 1963 is for Epping.
red mail BACON - BEXHILL
Would anyone know family of Ernest Henry Bacon deceased 1971, and his wife Kathleen. They lived 27 St.Peters Crescent Bexhill.
red mail Harvey
Researching Frederick and Catherine Harvey and their family who lived at 55 Station Road, Bexhill at the time of the 1901 census. Can anyone help? Frederick was a retired army officer; his son, George, a solicitor.
red mail lennard
alfred,son of william,lived gunters lane,bexhill,william was born bexhill pre 1800.married in hoo to a vitler 1813,1st son born 1814 william,married in hoo,then moved to ninfield,alfred had 13 children one of which was my grandmother,who was sent to hampstead london in service at the age of 13,
Bexhill Lennards
I am looking for information about the Lennard Family. My Grandfather, Frank Lennard, rowed for Bexhill Sea Rowing Club. The Family seem to have moved from Catsfield around 1784.
red mail phillip helferich
Looking for the birth of Phillip Helferich (Helfrich) , born 1815 at Bexhill on sea, Sussex or Newport, Isle of Wight. Phillip is the son of Johannes (John) Helferich from The Netherlands and Ann Moore from London. John served the army at Bexhill on Sea against Napoleon. Apr. 1810-1814.

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