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Looking for the parents of Mary Louise Pettitt. Louise was born 1909/1910 in Alfriston or Eastbourne. She had sisters Edna,Meg or Margaret,Florence and Ann. She married Alfred Hook in 1933. Her father was killed in a tram accident and her mother died in 1939,she lived in Bexhill at that time
red mail Info please
My great great grandmother was Caroline Hoad born 1845. I would love any info on her or her family.
red mail Jan - Dutch-South African
Looking for a Dutch-South African man named Jan who was working in Darwin Australia in Easter of 1976, He would now be aged approx 55-60 yrs. Reward offered for information leading to contact with him.
red mail John Walker m Elizabeth Geering
These two were married in Alfriston 21/5/1781 and had 13 children John was born Alfriston 1756 I am searching for Walkers from 1600's to this John and also Geerings. I have traced Walkers from Hugh who was Vicar at Alfriston from 1593 to 1613 and died 1623.He had two boys Christolipus and Hugh and 5 girls. I have traced this and another Walker line to the 1600,s and then nothing until John WAlker marries Elizabeth Geering
Harriott/Crouch family in Alfriston
looking for any info on this family that lived in Alfriston turn of last century
red mail Hoad/Marchant
I am researching the Hoads and Marchants from Alriston/Alciston area. In particular Caroline Hoad and her children. I do have information but would dearly like to expand it.
red mail John and Martha Warner c1790
I have traced my australian ancestry as far back as a Warner family - children John,Thomas, William Edward and Mary born between 1793 and 1801 in Alfriston. Parents were John and Martha Warner. I seem to have hit a brick wall trying to trace anything related to the parents. Most of the children with associated families emigrated to South Australia in 1840 and I have reasonably comprehensive details of the family in Australia.
red mail Jenner in Alfriston
I am looking for information on ALfred Jenner born ca 1821 in Alfriston to Thomas Jenner. Later moved to Steyning.
red mail Miller - Alfriston
Looking for a Rose Miller apparently born in Alfriston about 1862.
red mail Stace
I am researching the name Stace for my family tree and would be grateful for any info regarding the Stace family from this area I believe a lot of them where christened and married in the church here.
red mail DUMBRELL
I'm researching the DUMBRELL family from Alfriston/Wilmington area. The main names I have are for a Davies Dumbrell bn 1838 who married Ellen Levett bn 1848. They went on to have 8 children. I have an address of Milton Street farm where i believe the Dumbrell's or Levett's resided. I am also interested in the Levett history too. Any information would be gratefully received.
Researching Walkers in the Alfriston area between 1750 - 1900's
Smith family, Alfriston
James and Elizabeth Smith had at least 7 children in Alfriston between 1782 and 1801. I'm particularly interested in John, b.1795.
red mail Charlotte Pettit (nee Virrell)
Charlotte was Married to David Pettit 3 Jan 1818. Can anyone give me info. on Charlottes ancestry?
red mail Francis Adams
My 2x great-grandfather, later Master Mariner was born in 1820. Father William, carpenter.Mother Barbara (maiden name unknown).
red mail Ayling, Rusbridge
I am trying to find out more about my GGG grandparents Robert Rusbridge and Elizabeth Ayling who were married in Alfriston in 1819. Her mother was called Eliza.
red mail Potter And Marchant Families
I am related to these families. Jesse Henry Potter married Jane Marchant and would like to hear from anyone who has connections
red mail Dine, Rosa Dinah
I am related to Rosa Dinah Dine, who was christened in Alfriston on 1st September 1850. Her mother Dinah Dine (nee Harris) was from nearby Litlington.

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