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Looking for any information regarding my ancestor Joseph Fairman only information I have is He died September 1859 in Brighton Sussex , possibly related to Charles Fairman who was b 1811 in Brighton Sussex . Any information would be most appreciated . Regards Bryan
Posted: 2021
Sarah Jane Moss
According to the UK Census, Sarah Jane Moss was the oldest daughter of George James Ellis Moss and Charlotte Turner. She was 13 in 1861...born around 1848, in Brighton Sussex, St George Hanover Square Ecclesiastical parish - St Mark County/Island Middlesex. George James Ellis Moss was a bricklayer and Charlotte was a laundress (1861 Census) I'm wanting to locate more about her, her parents, as there is not much on her. Her baptism was on 6th September St Nicholas' Brighton Sussex so she must've been baptised as an older she is 13 in 1861...but there doesn't seem to be anything after 1861 There is some family trees an ancestry that a Sarah Moss married a Wright but I'm not sure if that is the same one as I cannot find documents stating who her parents were. If anyone knows about Sarah Jane Moss, elder daughter of George and Charlotte. She had sisters and brothers. ..Ellen was 1 year old in 1861 according to the Census. George and Charlotte then had George James Moss, William Ellis Moss and Hannah Maria Moss after Ellen, but there is no mention of where Sarah on the 1871 Census when Ellen 11, George 7, William 4, Hannah 2. so just searching for what happened to her after 1861.
Posted: 2021
according to the 1939 register, my grandfathers brother Edwin Dunington was living at 66 old shoreham road and working as a provisions manager. my uncle remembered him owning a grocers shop somewhere in the peacehaven area. does anyone remember edwin or know the shop where he used to work
Posted: 2020, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Elizabeth Gilling 1838-Unknown married William Ashley
Elizabeth seems to come from Brighton originally, her parents being Ellen and Francis with Ellens surname as yet unknown. She married William Ashley on September 14, 1857 St John of Jerusalem, South Hackney. Hes listed as the son of another William Ashley. In the 1901 England Census we have her as Elizabeth Ashley. Age: 62 Spouse: William Ashley Birth Place: Brighton, Sussex, England Civil Parish: Camberwell This census in which she is living in Camberwell London seems to be the last census in which we have her. Also living at this address are Arthur Ashley 33 Albert Ashley 31 Edith Ashley 20 Joseph Ashley 33 Winnifred Ashley 15 And her husband William, 65. He also seems to have died before the next census. Any help getting Elizabeths mothers maiden name would be much appreciated Thankyou!
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2021
Edward Knight b 1852, m Jane Ann Eagle
My great-grandfather Edward Knight was born in Brighton in 1852 but moved to Camberwell in London. He first appears in the 1881 census, married to Jane Ann Eagle + 3 Children, Living at 16 Harling St. He is shown as a Wood Cutter, and in subsequent censuses as a Meat Purveyor and Butcher. I am trying to find his family in Brighton. Children - Edward, Jane, Thomas, Bertha, Caroline and Lilly Emma (my grandmother!). Married into families - Breeze, Sore, Knapp, Rawlings.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2021
red mail GILLING, Elizabeth daughter of Francis married ASHLEY, William.
Hey guys, Was wondering whether anybody could help with this particular query. Elizabeth married ASHLEY, William, 14 Sep 1857  St John of Jerusalem, South Hackney William Ashley and her father is listed as francis whilst his is listed as William also. Elizabeth was originally from the Brighton area as per her answers on the census records where she turns up as Mrs Elizabeth Ashley, though her and William married in Hackney and stayed living in Hackney. She probably died there. If anyone could shed some light on her and who her mother was, etc, that would be much appreciated. Thankyou!
Posted: 2017, Member logged in: 2021
John Goddard and Emily Jones
John Henry Goddard, born 1870 Brighton, married Emily Jones at St John's, Brighton on 25th November 1889. On the 1901 Census, John and Emily were living at Warple Way, St Faiths, Wandsworth. The census says that Emily was born in Bristol c1870. On their marriage certificate, Emily's father, William Jones, is listed as a hawker. Does this mean that he was a Romany? I would like to know further details of this family as I cannot find birth details for Emily Jones and would like to know her mother's name. Does anyone know when the Jones family moved to Sussex?
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021
Folkard Bible
I am in possession of a family bible for a branch of the Folkard family. Most of the entries are for the Brighton area. Would like the bible to end up with a Folkard. Not wanting any financial reward, just want it not to end up being destroyed. Contact me if interested.
Posted: 2015, Member logged in: 2021
Terry family
I am researching the family of Ernest Walter Terry; I am uncertain of his birthdate - it could have been 1886 or 1894 - all details are vague and I've really got nowhere despite extensive research. The Terry family ran a business in Brighton - possibly a builders' merchants - until at least WW1. Thank you.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2021
Looking for any FAIRMAN member of Charles Fairman b 1811 Brighton Sussex He was a whaler on the L'Aigle shipwrecked off Tonga and transported to Sydney Australia in 1830 died 1889 NSW . Joseph Fairman died 1859 in Brighton Sussex might have been related Best Regards Bryan
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2021

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