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I am looking for Margaret A D YOUNG who married Donald G PIPER in 1956. They had 11 children, 7 of whom survived (Gertrude Elizabeth, Irene Betty, Cyril John, Maurice Leslie, Margaret, James Alfred and Joyce). Looking for any FAIRMAN member of Charles Fairman b 1811 Brighton Sussex He was a whaler on the L'Aigle shipwrecked off Tonga and transported to Sydney Australia in 1830 died 1889 NSW .

Thanks for any help, Glynis Eliza Hillman was born in Brighton, Sussex on 16 September 1882, her mother was Susan (Suzannah) Jackson, father was John Hillman. I ordered a death certificate from Lewisham registry but was informed that it wasn't my grandfather. Does anyone have ANY information on the Overall family of Brighton-Hove area (Sussex), in particular latter part of 19th century? Joseph Fairman died 1859 in Brighton Sussex might have been related Best Regards Bryan I am trying to trace the whereabouts of William HOTTON( b.1852 in Brighton) in the 1911 census.

Mc Lelland in the 1939 Register living at 30 Blaker St, Brighton, Sussex married with the same birthday () as my James Shanks Mc Lelland born in Belfast. I'm trying to confirm whether Emma is one of my Lewis's.

I am looking to find a marriage certificate for James Shanks and his wife Ellen French who is listed as his wife on his Navy papers that I have. I am looking to find if anyone knows about Mary Ellen Rawles, born in Glasgow, Scotland, 1870. Her father, Thomas Wallace, dies in 1872 but I can't find out where a young man from Lewes and a Glasgow girl would have meet? Emma Lewis married Charles John Dance at the Wesleyan chapel on Norfolk Road in Brighton in 1885. He worked as a hotel porter but subsequently seems to have worked as a bedding porter or upholsterer at the county hospital (I don't know what that means). If so, she would have been born at Eastnor in Herefordshire in 1861 to William Lewis, usually described as a sawyer, and his wife Mary.

In 1918 Sir John was invested as an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire and in 1919 he was created 1st Baronet BLAKER of Brighton co. Mom lived above her father's tea shop J O PRINCE at the corner of Edward & Tillstone.

In 1940 she and Peggy JONES signed up with the RAF together. She believes that she did marry, but doesn't know more than that.

If anyone has any information or an idea of where I can find some kind of records I would greatly appreciate that. Anyway, She left and gives birth to a daughter, Mary Ellen in 1870, High Church, Glasgow. We did find he was sentenced for fowl theft, etc., 18 months hard labor in a Lewes Sussex paper and from 1870 on, he is not to be found till he marries in 1889 and ends up in Calne, England. In particular, I'm trying to identify some people in old photos.If anyone recognises these names, please get in touch. June Hello, I am looking for more information on a Benjamin Beal born circa 1792.He was born in Cuckfield, Sussex according to the 1851 census, however a bmd search for Benjamin (find my past and ancestry) has failed to find his birth.I am in possession of a family bible for a branch of the Folkard family. She died on 9th December, 1975 at 9, Stanford Avenue, Brighton, which is now a care home.In 1881 she lived in Welwyn and in 1891 in Croydon. Her story is a sad one and I would very much like to know what happened to her as I have been told that she was committed to some kind of asylum when she was quite young as she suffered from "religious mania". Whatever may or may not have been wrong with her, she lived to a grand old age. The family was not particularly religious and nobody else suffered from anything unusual medically speaking.

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