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hooklands farm
can anyone remember hooklands farm in Shipley. Thomas Brown and his wife Mary Ann lived there.
red mail Honey Pots Mill Shipley
Does anyone have any information on Honey Pots Mill at Shipley. my GGgrandfather James Thorpe, was a miller at this mill between 1830 and 1890. His wife's name was Harriet Cripps. Any help would be much appreciated.
red mail Kensitt (variants)
Looking for information or descendants of Philip Kensitt who married Jane Rhodes 25,Sept.,1832,probably in Shipley or Shipley Parish. Any clues would be much appreciated.
John and Edward BRISTOW came from Shipley and emigrated to Ontario, Canada They were the soms for Thomas Bristow and Mary RAPLEY John b 1801 married Sarah STREATER They has a son and daughter born in Shipley and then 7 children born in Woolwich Township Ontario Edward b 1807 Horsham ? married Hannah STREATER in Shipley They had a son and 2 daughters born in Shipley and 9 children in Canada. Credited with founding the Town of ELMIRA Son Allen b 1843 married Hannah Clark ANDREW in my family line
red mail holland
ann holland six days old daughter of phillip&mary holland buried in st nicholas itchingfield 1742 thomas buried one month later,fifth child married mary greenfield at st mary the virgin 1763 shiply
red mail Stepney Family
I am interested in anyone who is tracing or may have info the Stepney Family from Shipley. I am a descendent of Thomas Stepney c1789.
red mail Shipley,Wiston,Washington,Ashington.
Am looking for the Chart family from all over Sussex,any one with this lineage or interest,please contact me would love to share info. Sophia
red mail Holland of Shipley, W Sussex
I am descended from the Hollands of Shipley W Sussex. I have much info on my family but I am stuck at 1769 with the baptism of my 4 x gt gf.
red mail Bean of Shipley
grateful on any info regarding Ernest Charles Bean who is burried at Shipley. Has anyone have details of his gravestone? (I understand that the stone has been removed and placed against graveyard wall) Ernest Charles Bean was my great-grandfather. Many thanks Paul
red mail Holland family of Shipley/Horsham
Looking for anyone researching the surname of Holland in the Shipley/Horsham area of Sussex between 1500-1750.
red mail Shipley, Washington, Ashington
Looking for information on John Stringer and his ancestors/descendants. I believe he was born in Shipley in 1751. He married Jemima Redwick (born Ashington 1761). Their son John was my great-great-great-grandfather, born Washington in 1796. Any further information on the Redwicks or Stringers would be most welcome.
red mail Looking for Home Farm
Just saw on BBC Prime the real estate show "Escape to the Country" and fell inlove with an estate shown there called Home Farm, which I believe is situated in Sussex. Could anyone please give me more information about Home Farm, and if it is still or again for sale?
red mail Randall
Any information about the Randall family of Shipley would be of help.
Brooks and Balchin
Looking for links with these two names in Shipley
Looking for ancesters of John Roberts, who lived in Tenchford Cottage untill 1926,
The Charman Family
My husband is related to Richard Charman and his wife Elizabeth from Shipley (mid 1700s). Is there anyone out there who is also linked to them?
red mail Powell
Looking for any information regarding Ernest Powell, b. 1869, who was the last miller at Shipley. He was there when the mill was owned by Hilaire Belloc and apparently made up a four at cards one night with Belloc, GK Chesterton and Winston Churchill.
red mail Bean
Looking for any descendants of George & Eliza Bean

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