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Elleker ancestors & descendants
Seeking information on the Elleker family. Sophia Elleker (b1828 Fletching) married George Mitchell (b1827) in 1851. Sophia's parents are thought to be Nicholas Elleker/Elliker (b1791) and Elizabeth Tompset (b1796 Fletching) who married in 1811.
red mail Walter -Charles born Fletching 1801
Hi -Trying to trace my family tree back beyond Charles Walter born 1801 Fletching East Sussex married Philadelphia Kenward - St Andrew& St Mary's Fletching 1822. Charles was a coachman on the Brighton/Tunbridge Wells stage coach . My line is through his son John who like Charles moved with the job to Tunbridge Wells. Also interested in locating any living descendants of Charles& Philadephia's other children Mary born/christened Fletching 1828 Sarah born 1830 census gives place Uckfield - no christening record. Many thanks you in anticipation!
red mail Bannister
Hi my ancestors, the Bannisters, were blacksmiths in the village of Fletching,East Sussex and nearby Splanes Green. If any one has any information I would be pleased to hear from you. Thanks Sandra
red mail Gypsies
Hello, Would anyone know if Gypsies were prevalent in Fletching Sussex early 19th c? Thanks Sylvia
red mail Browning & Pepper families
I am interested in the Browning & Pepper families of Fletching Sussex. Jasper browning born 1821 Thanks sylvia
red mail Where and when born - Daniel Corke ?
I am researching my family tree and need help. Can anyone check to see if they know of a Daniel Corke? Possibly born in either Fletching or Chelwood Gate. Anything between 1806 and 1812. I think he married Mary ? surname unknown. And they had 4 children one named George.
red mail knabbbs farm
Knabbs is now up for sale so dos anyone have any info or photos to that they would like to share. many many thanks
red mail Fletching history
hi all, I'm looking for any photos of people who lived and worked in the parish of Fletching, also photos of the village itsself, including Piltdown and Sheffield Park. I'm researching the history of the village and have many books and many photos but would love to add more so that we can get a good picture of village life. Any photos or information would be photocopyed and returnd. If you need anything on Fletching please let me know, we are hopeing to show all information in an exhibition next year. many many thanks
red mail Staplehurst
I'm interested in hearing from anyone with a link to the Staplehurst families of Fletching.
red mail Reuben Packham
Reuben Packham was born in 1835 in Lindfield. He moved to Splaynes Green Fletching in 1863 and was a Master Wheelwright & Blacksmith. He took over the forge in the early 1880's, and died of pneumonia in 1888. His widow Mary Ann and sons continued to run the businesses and for some time ran Flitteridge Farm aswell. If you are related to this family then I would love to hear from you.
red mail Allens of Woodcock Farm
Looking for information on the Allen Family who were at Woodcock Farm until at least 1851. Emma
red mail Lindfield/Funnell marriage
Trying to trace the Thomas Lindfield who married Sarah Funnell in 1819 in Fletching.
red mail Sarah Jane Hook
i am searching for information on Sarah-Jane Hook born in Hillwood, Fletching in 1858. I am fairly certain that her parents were William Hook and Julia Sands. In 1878 in Danehill, Sussex, she married Richard Henley.any help would be very gratefully received.
red mail grovers in fletching
looking for any info on grovers in fletching
Any Langridge information welcome
red mail Re Reading Rooms
From Cassell's Gazetteer c1896 Fletching Sussex : 1891 Population : 2,245 - The reading and recreation rooms were built in 1889.
red mail Turner
Please see entry under 'Nutley'.
I have ancestors named Thompsett at Fletching from 1747 to 1813 and am researching the name throughout Sussex.

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