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red mail Philip Daniels
Philip was born in Barling 1836, son of James Daniels and Sarah Dowsett. Does anyone have any information on him or photographs. We are told he went to sea and he is missing from the 1851 and 1871 census. He died in 1923.
red mail Edward Bright Cates
Immigrated to Australia 1849 with Wife Hannah - children Edward Bright, Abigail and Sarah Ann. Son Edward Married Lucy Rebecca White - 1867 Children - Amy B, Daisy B, Edward Bright, Eveline R B, Lilly Maude, Violet L B, William Henry B. Daisy B - my Great Grandmother.
red mail ANDERSON
The 1790 Prittlewell Parish Register entry for John ANDERSON shows that he was from Barling. Any information on this family in Barling would be much appreciated.
red mail Laughton
Please could anyone with any knowledge of the Laughton family in this area contact me. Thank you Natalie xx
red mail Burtons
In the censuses for 1881 and 1891 Burtons is listed as the residence of several families. Does anyone have information about this place, please? They had in common that they were agricultural labourers.
red mail Fiske
Wholesale greengrocer in the 1920s in Barling Magna, Essex
red mail Wilding
I am looking for Isaac J. Wilding born about 1886.
red mail CATES
Edward Bright CATES illegitimately born 1817 at Barling probably to Sarah GATES, a 16y.o. servant and possibly sired by Edward BRIGHT. In 1839 at Prittlewell Edward CATES married Hannah THOMAS the daughter of William THOMAS and Charlotte and who wasborn in 1819 at Paglesham. Would like further information on ancestors from anyone researching these family names.

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