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red mail Britt
I have records of the Britts living in Hollington during the 18th and 19th centuries, mostly as agricultural labourers but would like to know more about the village at this time and maybe connect with anyone else who knows of the britts (or also the Gates family)
red mail Barnes
Aaron Barnes, my great grandfather, was born in 1870 in Sandhurst, Kent. He married Damarius Martin at Church in the Wood, Hollington, and then they lived in the Hollington/Silverhill area. Aaron was a well known Wesleyan Local Preacher and involved in the Rechabite movement. It would be good to hear from anyone who knows anything about the Barnes family or has information about the Hastings Rechabites.
red mail Taylor
My great grandfather, John Taylor, moved to Hollington at some time during WW1. He ran a dairy and grocery business from his shop in Old Church Road. I already have quite a lot of information, but I would be glad to hear from anyone connected with the Taylor family.
red mail Gower, William
William Gower, born 1864, Hollington. Parents William and Francis Gower. Married 1883, two children 1884 and 1886. Widowed 1886. Present in 1881 census, then disappears. Both children described as 'orphans' 1891, but no trace of death cert for William. Clues?
red mail Brickyard workers, Hollington
Around 1878-1890 many families were asociated with brickmaking in this area. There were, it appears from the maps, two main sites, one each side of Battle Road, still visible on today's OS maps. My familiy members include Alfred Cruttenden (brickmaker) and family, who in the 1881 census lived in 'Cottages in Brickyard' and William Gower, (brickyard labourer), who married one of his daughters, Ellen in 1883.
red mail Bastin
William BASTIN born in 1853 in Alphington, Devon moved to Hollington by 1881. Married to Emily he had five children, Ruth, John, Grace, Caleb & Eunice. Any information on the family welcome.
red mail Howell, John
John HOWELL b ca 1806 son of John and Sarah (PENNELS) HOWELL and died bet 1849 & 1851. John mar at Holy Trinity, Hollington 8 Jun 1828 Frances CHEESEMAN bapt Salehurst 12 Oct 1806, dau of John & Hannah (CALLOWAY) CHISMAN.They had the following children: 1. Ellen/Elena bapt All Saints, Hastings 23 Dec 1829. 2. Frances b ca 1832, mar 1St Clement Hastings July 1853 William DOWN born Hastings 12 Sep 1832, son of William and Elizabeth (PUTLAND) DOWN. 3. Hannah Hall bapt All Saints Hastings 1 Jan 1834. 4. Sarah bapt All Saints Hastings 6 Jan 1836, mar a (___)PAYNE. 5. Edith Vashti bapt All Saints Hastings 13 Dec 1837. 6. Edward b ca 1840. 7. Frederick William b Hastings ca 1843, mar St Clements Hastings 3 Jun 1867, Fanny Beck, born 1842. 8. Thomas b Hastings ca 1847. 9. John b Hastings ca 1849, mar Hannah SELLINGS, b Burwash 1847, d 1901. Any additional inmformation or corrections on this family would be greatly appreciated.

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