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red mail Searching for Frank JAMES
Frank JAMES was born in 1914 to Alice Rex JAMES. Alice Rex was born about 1885 probably in Maresfield or Cocking Sussex. Frank married Alma Willis in Sutton Surrey and they lived in retirement (1980s) in Littlehampton Sussex. There is a connection with my family ANDREWS (Tadworth Surrey) and I believe he was a cousin of my aunts Grace and Edith and uncle Edward ANDREWS. Frank's father and mother lived in Sutton Surrey in the 1940s. Frank had no children, I think. I am anxious to know the full story of this JAMES family.
red mail stephen best
looking for any information on stephen best born 1829 in maresfield father james
red mail Ellis Family
I am looking for a James Ellis born 1838 Maresfield, Sussex and listed in 1851 Census as resident of Greenwich, Kent. Parents were William Ellis b. Fletching, Sussex 1802 d. South Malling, Sussex 28 June 1858 and Margaret Tyler b. 1803 Keen, Hertfordshire d. unknown. James's brothers George b. Maresfield, Sussex 1828 d. Mulwala, NSW, Australia, William b. 1829 Maresfield, Sussex d. unknown in Australia, and Henry b. 1831 Maresfield, Sussex d. 1909 Yackandandah, Victoria, Australia worked on the railway line construction in Sussex/Kent around 1850 and emigrated to Australia in 1853 and worked on the railway in Sydney, NSW for a 2 year stint according to shipping records, but I can not find James. Any help on this family would be very much appreciated. It appears from 1851 Census that all the family moved to Greenwich, Kent. Others in the family were Hannah b. 1827 Maresfield, Sussex d. unknown, Harriet b. 1835 Maresfield, Sussex d. unknown, Mary b. Maresfield, Sussex 1843 d. unknown.
red mail richard BURGESS 1796
searching for information on richard burgess. i have history on him once he arrived in australia but am wanting to find out more about his life in Sussex. he was b in 1796, Frant, Sussex. Convicted in 1817 at Lewes, Sussex. arrived in Tasmania JUne 1818. can anyone help me with his parents names, siblings etc
red mail Carrs in Maresfield
I am searching for my ancestors on my mothers side by the name of Carr. Vince Carr, born 18 September 1803 at Maresfield, Sussex arrived in New South Wales (Australia) on the James Pattison in December 1838. Vince Carr had married Sarah Ann Sweetnam (not Sweetman) in 1828 in Cowden, Kent and when they emigrated they had a family of three children. There were two families Sweetnam and Sweetman from Sussex who migrated to Australia in the late 1830's, who were both missionary types and who ended up in the Parramatta - Pennant Hills area near Sydney. The Carrs (and the Sweetnams) were non conformists and were very active church members in the Pennant Hills area near Sydney. Vince died in 1889 at Parramatta. They produced another 7 children in Australia. I believe that Vince was the son of another Vince (there was one Vince in every generation including my grandfather!) born in London on 14 February 1781 who married Mary Taylor also born 1781 - I know not where. If anybody has any information that adds to the story of this Carr (and Sweetnam) family in England it would be much appreciated. If anybody is interested, I can provide much of the Carr story in NSW. Cheers Jim
red mail Saunders Burgess
I am looking for any information on Joanna Saunders who was convicted and sent to australia in 1824. She married a Richard Burgess in 1826 also a convict. Richard was from Maresfield. I would like information on joanna's and richard's family background in england. also does anyone know why richard was convicted etc. thank you for your time
red mail diplock/duplock
I have Elizabeth Diplock who married John Palmer in Maresfield in 1799. Assuming she was born c.1777-1783 in Maresfield, (she gave her age as 60 in the 1841 census), the only possible people who could be her parents were Thomas Diplock and Anne Chantler who married in 1777. Any help in confirming these people would be greatly appreciated. Greetings from New Zealand -Jay
red mail tester family
Looking for information on a Tamar Tester born 1878 she married william George Stacey on may 28, 1898. they immigrated to Canada around 1909. Any information will be a great help. Thanks
red mail Henry & Theophilia Staplehurst
I would be interested in hearing from anyone who is descended from Henry Staplehurst (1822-1903) and Theophilia Weller (1826-1897).
Halls from Maresfield
If you have any info please get in touch!!
red mail Seeking Hall Family from Maresfield,East Sussex
Looking for members of the Hall family from the Maresfield area. Thomas & William Hall (Brothers) convicted for horse stealing at Buxted. They received a life sentence on the 20th March 1815. Both arrived in Sydney N.S.W. with their wives & families the following year, 1816. There was a large Hall Family living in Maresfield at the time of their arrest. Other family members located were Sarah, James, Betty, Henry, Edward, Nanny, Isaac & Mark. Thomas drowned in Sydney Harbour in 1821, leaving wife, Sarah & six children. Any contact with U.K. members of this family would be appreciated.
red mail Richard BURGESS
Looking for the family of Richard BURGESS born circa 1796. He was convicted in 1817 and sent to Tasmania. He was of the Parish of Frant and was a Labourer. It seems a William BROWN was his accomplice as he was charged with him of the same crimes.
red mail Frederick Inman
I am looking for information on my ggrandfather, Frederick Inman, b. 1888 in Maresfield. He had a sister, Eliza Inman, and possibly other siblings. Frederick married Margaret Gray at St. George's Church in Camberley in 1915. They had 3 children, Eileen Margaret, Alice Mary, and Frederick J.Jr. In 1925 they emigrated to Canada. Anyone with any information on the Inman family from Maresfield, please contact me. Thank you!
trayton tester was 14 in the 1881 cencus he is reported to be living at Buxted which is close to Maresfield his father was job and his mother was jane, as this is an unusual name i am hoping that this will be of help. further information available
Any Langridge information welcome
Tester Trayton
Information on Trayton Tester born 1875 Maresfild Sussex, He worked as a brickmaker on his father's brickfield in Horsted Keynes where he was living in 1901. Emigrated to Canada about 1910, he may have had a son called Mark Tester who served in the first world war and was killed in 1917.
red mail Turner
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