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Sussex England Ancestors

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Figg: Merritt: Associated Surnames:

Started by Laurence. Last reply by Heather Higgins Aug 15, 2014. 2 Replies

Sidley, Bexhill-on-Sea

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Hartfield, East Sussex

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Comment by Christopher John WAKELING on January 4, 2013 at 2:22am

Anyone looking for TULET, TULETT, TULLET or TULLETT ancestors? I have some Exccel spreadsheet DataBases of Birth, Marriage, Death & Census entries if you're struggling to make connections (accurate as far as I am able to make them!).

Contact me with an e-mail address and I'll send them on as attachments.


Comment by John Belchamber on August 2, 2010 at 11:23pm
Anyone have a Edward and Fanny Landers from Littlehampton in their tree circa 1857
Comment by Janet Hopkins on February 5, 2010 at 6:10pm
I am researching the Hopkins family from Midhurst and Cocking. This family is closely related to the Robinson's of this same area.
Comment by Dayle Patriquin on January 7, 2010 at 9:46am
I've been searching up and down for any leads on my GrGrandfather, James Robert Baker, b. 1854 and his brother John william Baker, b. 1851 in sussex. they immigrated to Canda abt. 1877-79. Parents names could be James Baker and Slater.
Comment by Melanie Mayes on October 11, 2009 at 8:09pm
I have ancestors that are from Stratford upon Avon, Farmcote, Randwick, and Standish, in Gloucester and Sussex. The Surname Is Stratford. There are alot of John Stratfords, William Stratfords. from the 1400s to 1500s. From England they landed in South Carolina, then to Alabama.
Comment by serena mary kirkham on September 15, 2009 at 2:03pm
my family are the beards they had a shop on the green chailey from 1755-about 1930s
i know some went to nz and some to the us
also looking for the name kirkham my grandfather , he came from preston ,
i am new to this and i think i would like some help
Comment by John Belchamber on September 15, 2009 at 1:10am
I'm researching the Belchamber family from the parishes of Northchapel(1500-1683) and Kirdford(1683-1959).They are now in all four corners of the world.
Comment by Barbara Whitehouse on August 20, 2009 at 4:20am
My main Sussex surname interest is HOOKER from the Midhurst area.

My gg grandfather was William HOOKER bapt 20 Jun 1830 in Midhurst. His wife was Sarah BROAD. He died in 1859 in Cocking.
His parents were William HOOKER and Mary JONES.

ggg grandfather William HOOKER was born in North Ambersham in 1796 his parents were William HOOKER and Ann LUFF. He married Mary JONES in 1822 in Midhurst and died 1867 in Woolavington.

William and Ann married in Farnhurst in1796
Comment by John Laws on August 18, 2009 at 9:33am
Hi we have on our database a number of East & West Sussex LAW, LAWEs,LAWS families

John P Laws. (Member 674, Guild of One-Name Studies, since 1984) Researching LAW, LAWE, LAWES, LAWS, LAWSE, McLAW & McLAWS & allied families worldwide.
Website "Laws Family Register" at -
Moderator: LAW & LAWS-UK mailing lists and message boards at Rootsweb

mail me
Comment by Lindsey Dedden on August 7, 2009 at 10:42am
My apologies for the typo!


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