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red mail ALDRIDGE Pyecombe and Ditchling
Henry ALDRIDGE b.1801, Pyecombe, married Bridget WELCH, in 1831 at Whitechapel, Middlesex, returned to Pyecombe to raise their family (Mary, Henry, Edward, Ann and Sarah). Have been able to find three siblings for Henry b.1801: Elizabeth, Ann and William. The generations prior to Henry were born in Ditchling. Has anyone any knowledge of this family? Could there be an ALDRIDGE/HAYDEN connection?
red mail Blackman/Marchant
I am looking for my cousin Lynn Blackman (maiden name). My Grandmother was Elizabeth May Blackman who was the widow of Frederick Blackman. They had two children, Doris May, born June 6, 1922 and Frederick. Elizabeth May Blackman remarried a man with the surname of Marchant. Many people in Pyecombe knew her as May Marchant. Visiting her in 1981 I remember her cleaning the village church etc. My mother, Doris Blackman was a war bride, marrying Carl Bryant of New Brunswick, Canada. She had one son in England during the war, John. At the time my grandmother lived at 17 The Street. I am looking for my cousin Lynn Blackman who is the daughter of Fred and Vera Blackman. Susan
researching any UPTON or GODLEY names in Pyecombe.
red mail SPRECKLEY
In her will in 1986 Ella Dorothy Spreckley left her estate to her nephews Stanley Edward Smith of Harrow Middlesex and Frederick Albert Smith of Pyecombe. I would like to make contact with them and their descendants.
Bysshe Family
Rev. John Bysshe and his descendants.
red mail Rodway Family
Seeking information on John Rodway and Mary Rodway (nee Newman). Married 5 April, 1841, Church of Transfiguration, Pyecombe. They had 2 children. Mary Ann and Elizabeth Ann, both born Camberwell, London. Elizabeth appears in the 1871 Census of Horsham as a servant to the Thornton family.

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