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Eastbourne mariners - Marshall
Looking for details about Eastbourne - administrative districts etc - but mainly for the family of William Marshall, born 1811, who ended up in Sunderland.
I am at present researching/seeking links to any family members/ancestors of the following - James DUNSTALL Brn 1705 (East Blatchington Sussex) married in Selmeston to Hannah PIERCE Brn 1710 - Son - Edmund DUNSTALL Brn 1749 - 1832. Edmund DUNSTALL married Elizabeth WARREN in Horley Surrey - 4th May 1779. Further research gives a historical story timeline of which indicates that the DUNSTALL family were the well known original pioneers of one of the first Emigration Schemes (Agreements)....set up with the Australian were a well known family within the town of Eastbourne and other local areas. I would greatly appreciate any further feedbacks information or data that would assist in my further research - no matter how small the links...many thanks Jenny
red mail Emma VANE Huggett
I am looking for info on above. She is my Great,great Grandmother, married to Town Postman Frederick James Huggett. She had 13 Children, my Grandfather was one of them.She was born in Kent. I want to know where she is buried as she died in Boughton Malherbe in Kent, but lived most of her life in Eastbourne. Any info really appreciated. Thank you, Susan
red mail Reverend?Vicar Alston
I am looking for info on the above Alston. He was Curate of 'Christ Church with St. Philip' in Eastbourne, Sussex, United Kingdom. Around late 1800's early 1900's. He was not married but had one Sister who was his Housekeeper. Many Thanks, Susan
I am trying to locate any family relatives of Mary Ann POINTER (nee BAXTER) born 14th Feb 1890 - Thrapston Nottinghamshire. Married a Reginald George POINTER (2nd Qtr. 1911 in Thrapston ) - occupation Gold Mining Enginner. Also one of her children known as Elizabeth Merece BLACKER - husbands name possibly George. Elizabeth whilst living in Eastbourne owned a guest house approx during the 1970s - 80s. Any info/feedback greatly appreciated. Many thanks J.
I am at present seeking any family members/relatives/friends/other links to Bryan R HOWELL born 1934 in Hackney london - died: 2017. Who married Maria J SPALL born 1938 Hammersmith - (mothers name possibly BIGGS) - marriage: December 1960 Hammersmith. He divorced his first wife and is known to have remarried Kathleen A ( ? ) HOWELL. From these marriages there are possibly two children (boy/girl) All have lived in Eastbourne at various times plus other family links in Reading. The Decendants/Lineage to the SPALL family indicate that since the early 1900s many resided in the London area - other family links moved further south to Horley (Surrey ) - Hastings/Bexhill (Sussex ) and other local areas. Noting that a Timothy SPALL born in Battersea is a well known famous actor. I would greatly appreciate any feedbacks/links no matter how small that will assist and help me to continue my further family research. Many thanks. J.
Seven sisters Pub, Willingdon,Eastbourne Leonard (Ray) Anderson
Trying to trace Leonard (Ray) Anderson last known at the Seven Sisters Pub, Willingdon, Eastbourne in the 1970s. He was born in 1942 in Islington.
red mail Joseph Thomas Carter 1885
hi i am trying to find any information of Joseph Thomas Carter his parents was Richard Carter and Harriett Goldsmith .cannot find anything on him have been told he married "Scottish granny" but who is she !!! apparently Joseph travelled all over the place to do demolition any ideas as to where i can look i have done all the usual sites Thank you
red mail BISHOP, Claude -- Noel Streatfeild Matinee in Eastbourne, Sussex, ca 1931-1934
I am an American writer attempting to find information on Mr. and Mrs. Claude BISHOP of Eastbourne, and any local children who performed in a charity matinee written by Noel Streatfeild (and published by Heinemann in 1934) and held at the Bishop home in the early 1930s. In particular I would like to know Mr. Bishop's line of work; whether he served in the military; his hobbies and interests. Also Mrs. Bishop's name and social activities; and any information about the house where the performance was held (apparently the performance took place in an old billiard room converted to a theatre); what charity it was meant to benefit, etc.; and how the Bishops knew Noel Streatfeild. In the introduction to the Heinemann book, Streatfeild mentions two children, Ann and Sybil. In the playlet "The Cat," part of the matinee, Ann plays the character of Sylvia and Sybil ("who was six and looked like a little boy") played Tony. Sybil may have later become Mrs. Sybil Sandison, who acted in the Matinee and is quoted about it in Angela Bull's 1984 biography of Noel Streatfeild. If anyone has photos, recollections, or newspaper clippings; or can supply full names of Mrs. Bishop or of Ann or Sybil or other persons involved with the performance, I would be immensely grateful!
red mail KEMP
Looking for any information re the Families of Timothy, John & James KEMP, three brothers who were sent to an orphanage in Leominster, Herefordshire - listed on the 1891 Census. Their parents were Timothy & Maria KEMP of Cowbeech, both died of Typhoid in 1885. Timothy was a Blacksmith. I have information on Clara KEMP one of their daughters - any information appreciated. Many thanks David.

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