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red mail Haywood/Baker
Hi we are trying to find out where Edwin Haywood who married Lucy Baker in Eastbourne in 1920 came from.We have no other information on him at all.
red mail Newell Family in Easebourne
Looking for any connection to the Newell family from Easebourne. My GGG grandparents were Robert Newell and Mary Carver. Robert had 5 siblings Katherine b 1746 d 1746 Mary b 1747,William 1753, Robert 1758, and Possibly Benjamin 1761. Their father Was Will Newell and mother unknown but possibly Mary. Robert and Mary had 10 children Robert 1784 William 85 John 87 Charles 89 Ann 92 Elizabeth 93 Thomas 96 Charlotte 99 James 1802 Jane 05. If you have any information on any of these I would love to hear from you
red mail Susannah Goldsmith
Looking for birth of Susannah Betholmer Goldsmith abt. 1831 Eastbourne - also mother & father. Susannah married Joseph Townsend 1857 Eastbourne.
red mail Vernon/Constable family, Eastbourne
Looking for any info on Henry (Harry) Vernon married to Frances Constable in Eastbourne about 1812. In the 1841 census it lists Henrys name as Vannon instead of Vernon - think this was due to the way the handwriting was transcribed.
red mail COATES James H
Searching for information on James H Coates born in Susex in Easebourne or maybe eastburn. He ws a midshipman in Queen Victoria's Navy and jumped ship in Australia 1860'or 1870's. He had two brothers apparently who were Life Guard for Queen Victoria. He married a Harriet or Eliza Bird in Australia she came from..... on Shalve. They had 5 children one was William Henry Coates (died Bendigo). 2nd wife Eliza Thompson although she could be same person and remarried. Middle name Henry or Hensley.
luxford family
hi out there can any one help me find any of the luxford families in eastbourne sussex or the village of fletching.
red mail JAMES WEST
Seeking further information on the ancestors & descendants of James West 'Woodreeve', a son of Richard West & Sarah Duke who m. 21 Oct. 1781 Lurgashall. James c. 2 Dec. 1798 Easebourne m. Elizabeth Hills 13 Sep. 1824 Lodsworth. Children Hannah, John, James, Thomas, Elizabeth, William, Richard, Luke, Ruth & Sarah. By 1837 James had moved to Henley Hill when it is recorded the Parish of Fernhurst held a 'Beating the Bounds' which is an ancient old custom going back many centuries & in which he was one of the 32 Recorders & Walkers and 'Reeve of the Manor'. I would like to find out which manor, any help would be very much appreciated.
red mail glaziers midhurst
husband's father came to Canada with his family in 1919. He was a baker who had bakery in midhurst in house in centre of road which became a school and is now part of the spreadeagle near the duck pond. He also supplied baked good to the spreadeagle hotel. He married into Robinson family. Any family members in area?
red mail Enticknap
Looking for information on a William Enticknap, possibly from Easebourne who married Hannah Prior in Easebourne in 1809. William died some time before 1825. william and Hannah had 7 children: Maria (1809), Thomas (1810), James (1814), Sarah (1816) George (1818), Ruth (1820), William (1824), all probably born in North Ambersham (Bexly Hill). thomas and George are known to have emmigrated to Canada.
red mail LYDDIARD
I am trying to trace details about Mary LYDDIARD, she died 1947 Eastbourne, Her husband was a George Lyddiard. Any information about the surname Lyddiard would be helpful. Thank you. Yvonne
red mail coates
looking for George,Lydia,Mary Jane children of Edward & Hannah (nee Deadman)Coates. James one son came to Australia approx 1870's married Harriet Bird(Buxton) 1877
red mail COWDRAY
Does anyone have any information regarding Cowdray. My greatgrandfather James was born and married in Midhurst(1850&1872) then moved to Singleton.His father I believe died when he was six but his grandfather James lived to be 82,b1792.Can't seem to go back any further.
red mail Howick family
I am seeking information on the Howick family who lived in Easebourne and may still do so. My grandmother Mary Eleanor Howick died long before I was born. She married Ernest Tidd in 1903 in Midhurst - I don't know much more. Would appreciate any assistance from relatives or anyone having information on the Howick family Kind regards - Trish from Australia
GRAVETT + Variant
Interested in anyone with links to this surname in and around Easebourne at any time but especially Late Medieval - 1600
red mail Elliott/glazier/osgood
Whilst researching our family tree in this part of the world have discovered that we GLAZIERS have twice married into the ELLIOTT family and once the OSGOODS. Would love to hear from anyone with information on either family
red mail Glazier
Does anyone know why Glazier Lane is so called? I come from a line of Glaziers originating from Easebourne and was suprised to find that our name is also the name of a local road - would love someone to through some light on it!

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