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red mail William and Annie Hobbs
Looking for information on William Jeffrey Hobbs (bn 1877?) and Annie Hobbs (nee Carr, bn 1876?) from Ifield, England before they emigrated to the US in 1908. They had two children, Albert William (bn 1904 in Wateringbury, England) and Maxwell Peter (bn 1907). I have no idea who their parents were or what happened to William once they arrived in the US. Maxwell is my grandfather.
red mail Ede / Still / Wright
Grateful for any information please: William Ede, Married Elizabeth Still 1 May 1758 Reigate (farmers; owned and rented land in and around Reigate. There is still a place called Edes Fields in this vicinity)Probably parents of: William Ede born 1761 (recorded on 26 Jan 1761) Reigate, Surrey. Married Ann Wright 27 May 1786, Ifield
red mail easton
looking for relatives named Easton about 1764 in ifield and worth area. sue
red mail Charlotte Barnard
Looking for the parents and siblings of Charlotte Barnard b1785 approx in Ifield, Sussex. She married James Chantler in 1805,the surname is sometimes spelt Chandler. Any details of the Chantler/Chandler families would also be welcome, they came mostly from Ifield & Worth also in Sussex but later appeared in Charlwood, Surrey
red mail Ifield
Willam Eade, a blacksmith & widower from Crawley, married Sarah Risbridger on 27 March 1788. Sarah was OTP. Would so much like to know who their parents were. They were my ggg/parents. They finished up in Bury, Sussex. Hope someone can help. Thanks.
red mail Sayers
any info welcome on the Sayers of Ifield have Thomas and Mary Gatton mar 1836 and Thomas and Ann Barnard mar 1808 on my tree.
red mail Penfold
Researching Penfolds in Ifield and surrounding areas. Also any info on the family of Jane Mann who married William Penfold in 1754 would be appreciated.

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