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red mail St Georges House London Road
Does anyone have any knowledge of this institution which was run by a man called Stari in the 1960's as a home for boys and has since been demolished?
Posted: 2021
Can anyone help with information about Barclay Macadam and his family?
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Payne/Pain
I am looking for information on Nicholas Payne who married Frances Thorpe in 1760 at West Hoathly. Their son Nicholas born 1775 in East Grinstead appears to be the father of John Payne born 1807 in Lingfield, Surrey, who was my 3 x great grandfather.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2021
red mail BORAH
Elizabeth BORAH of East Grinstead and James SCOTT of West Hoathly, Sussex were married at East Grinstead, Sussex on 28th June 1762. Witnesses were John WALKER and William HEAD But who were Elizabeth's parents?
Posted: 2005, Member logged in: 2021
Brooker family in East Grinstead 1841 census
The above family appear in the 1841 census in Forest Row. James, farmer died later the same year and the family then seem to disappear! One son, Frederick is my great grandfather and I have found him in London in 1860s but can't find him or any of his siblings or mother in1851 or 1861. If anyone can help, I would be very grateful. I am intrigued that I cannot find one sibling who has a very unusual name, Laughton. I can't find a death record for him either so what happened to him? Same applies to his mother, Susannah Turner Brooker.
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2020
red mail accident
Trying to find out what happened to my grandparents james robert payne and constance payne.My grandfather was born london road east grinstead both worked in the hosptal that took burns victims during the war.I am lead to believe they were involved in a RTA any body help.My grandfathers parents were Alfred and Ada Martha also from east grinstead.
Posted: 2010, Member logged in: 2020
Susannah Turner born c1800
Looking for the correct identity of Susannah Turner who married James Brooker 1825 St Mary Le Bow, London.Turner and Brooker families from the Sussex Weald and the couple's children were all Sussex born. Two possibilities - daughter of Francis Turner and Mary Burgess of East Hoathly or daughter of John Turner and Elizabeth of Withyham. Can anyone help, please?
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2020
red mail East Grinstead Tenants Limited
Does anybody know of, or is related to, a plumber or builder named F Henderson who could have scratched his name into the leadwork to a chimney stack in 1926 at Halsford Green, East Grinstead. The name was exposed recently during maintenance works, and fits in with the time the estate was built. I am trying to write a history of the estate that comprises Halsford Green, Croft and Lane and was built for "the poor and needy of East Grinstead" partly before WW1 but mainly after the conflict. The estate is intact apart from the sale of some properties in Halsford Lane. Any info about F Henderson or the estate would be greatly appreciated.
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Henry Foster - potter
Looking for more information on Henry Foster who was manager of a pottery in Wellington Town in 1861 and later a potter in Charlwoods Row in 1871, he had married Tamor / Tamar Payne in EG in 1861. By 1881 he was in Moat Road and then at The Pottery, Imberhorne Lane in 1891 and 1901. By 1901 he appears to have a second wife Emma. Does anyone know what pottery he made and where was The Pottery?
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Henry LANGRIDGE
I am trying to find details about my 2 x grt-grandfather Henry LANGRIDGE (c1820/1) the illegitimate son of Ann LANGRIDGE (1801) who married John REEVE (1805) on 24 January 1826 at Honingham, Norfolk. Henry's mother moved herself and her young son from his birthplace in East Grinstead, Sussex sometime prior to her marrying John, the reason is unknown as to why she moved to Norfolk. Henry was an ostler by trade and in June 1847 he married Martha BLANCHFLOWER in Swaffham and there daughter Hannah was born later that year. However before the birth of their second child in 1850 they had already moved to within the London area. Any help anyone can give me about Henry would be very much appreciated.
Posted: 2016

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