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Seeking further information on the ancestors & descendants of Benjamin Jesse Baldey b. 14 Aug. 1831 Falmer d. circa 1915. A son of James Baldey he m. Ann Septima Cuttress 6 Feb. 1858 Edburton. They lived in "Septima Cottage" Fulking which was built in the 15th century.
red mail Faulkner, Chambers, Burnett
William Chambers and Anne Faulkner married on 29 Apr 1686. Their daughter, Margaret Bap 12 Nov 1695, married Thomas Burnett (Burnet) B 1692 by license in Portsmouth on 1 Jun 1718. I would be interested to learn about their ancestors and siblings.
red mail Hobden Family
Henry Hobden b c1766 in Falmer married Sarah Pratt b c1770 in Falmer. Married 15th February 1791 in Telscombe, Sussex. Children; Frederick Hobden & George Hobden b 8th August 1793 in Falmer. Looking for descendants of either child. Many thanks.
red mail Avery/Cooper
Thomas Avery married Elizabeth Cooper, Falmer 21 April 1807 they had children Thomas 1816, Elizabeth 1807,William Cooper 1809,Susannah 1812,John 1818,Charles 1824,Allen Webb 1826,Stephen Rolfe 1828 and Charity 1830. Elizabeth Coopers mother, Susannah died giving birth to her and her father William Cooper had a chapel built to her memory I believe this was only knocked down recently, would anyone know anything about it please.
red mail MEADS
I have Thomas, b. 1797 & Sarah, b. 1801, MEADS as having two children - Zebedee, b. 1823 & Eliza, b. 1842. I feel there were probably several others to fill this large period of time. Can you help me find some, please?
red mail Huggett/dudeney
Henry Huggett m Elizabeth Blackston c1748. Dau Ann Huggett m? William Dalmay c1788. Son William Huggett (b. Falmer) m Mary Dudeney (b. Rotherfield) at Plumpton 1812, moved to Falmer by 1828. Dau Sarah Mepham Huggett (b. Plumpton Green) m Edward Chandler at Falmer 1835 and emigrated to Australia 1839.

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