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red mail Tylers in Isfield
I am trying to find info on my GGGrandmother, Charlotte Tyler, born around 1823 in Isfield. On her marriage cert. to Michael Waller in Ditchling, it names her father as Thomas Tyler.
red mail scutt
i am trying to find out more information about my uncle he was either known as John Thomas scutt his birth name or he was known as Thomas John Scutt. as a child he was at one time in a banados home. area not known until he was found by his brother Ronald Albert Scutt. John was living with Kathleen Cornford in Isfield i dont know if the council moved him there from banados John did some of the gardening there and enjoyed his time there but when Kathleen Cornford was unable to care for him he moved to a elderly persons home.Kathleen Cornford also looked after other people the same as my uncle. my uncle has since passed away and i am trying to find out about his earlier years if possable if anyone can help please get intouch look forward to hearing from you perhaps the relations of Kathleen Cornford can help any info will be greatly appreciated. i have been intouch with banados but they dont remember him perhaps he was not there long enough and went somewhere else before Kathleen Cornford thankyou for any help
red mail John Alcorn
Hi. During my research on my maternal grandmother, Nellie Earle (born in 1890) Uckfield, I found her on the 1891 UK census living with her uncle and aunt, John and Mary Alcorn. Does anyone have any information on John and Mary Alcorn?
red mail foord
I am researching the Foord family in isfield William Foord married Ann Shaw 1863 Rita
red mail Clarkes in Isfield
My father's family lived in Isfield in the 1920's and I am interested in finding out more about the village around that period. My grandfather was Albert Charles Clarke and I believe the family lived at a house named 'Latria'. I would welcome contact from anyone who is interested in the Clarke family and/or Isfield in the 1920's. Graham
red mail Allchorn
Researching this family who were living in Isfield between 1700 and 1725.

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