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Brief history of the Hobden family in Australia by Keith Walker Hobden Richard Hobden was born in East Chiltington 17 January 1790 and married Albenia Walker in Sydney, Australia and had six children. &nbsp;History of the family includes surnames: Bell, Watts, Thorley, Rooke and Southard. &nbsp;Article covers the years 1790 - 1926 in the parishes of Chiltington, Sussex, England and Sydney and Singleton, New South Wales, Australia. &nbsp;Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 8 #1 March 1988, pgs 20-21<ref name="v.8 #1">Sussex Family Historian. Volume 8 #1 March 1988 {{FHL|986114|item|disp=FHL book 942.25 B2su v. 8}}</ref>  
 
Brief history of the Hobden family in Australia by Keith Walker Hobden Richard Hobden was born in East Chiltington 17 January 1790 and married Albenia Walker in Sydney, Australia and had six children. &nbsp;History of the family includes surnames: Bell, Watts, Thorley, Rooke and Southard. &nbsp;Article covers the years 1790 - 1926 in the parishes of Chiltington, Sussex, England and Sydney and Singleton, New South Wales, Australia. &nbsp;Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 8 #1 March 1988, pgs 20-21<ref name="v.8 #1">Sussex Family Historian. Volume 8 #1 March 1988 {{FHL|986114|item|disp=FHL book 942.25 B2su v. 8}}</ref>  
  
The Spooner - Elliott - Burn connection by Maurice Burn Herry Spooner married Mary Pennell in 1750 and Judeth in 1759. &nbsp;This is a brief history of the family illustrated with a family tree and a photograph of George Spooner. &nbsp;Surnames included are: Whittington, Parsons, Muggeridge, Elliott, Finlayson, Burn, Macrone, Allan, Oliver, Mann, Smith, Vickery, Hardy, Scharff, Sharwood-Smith, Barrowman, and Thilo. &nbsp;Article covers the years 1750 - 1983 in the parishes of Cranleigh, Surrey and Parham and London, Sussex, England. &nbsp;Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 8 #1 March 1988, pgs 24-26<ref name="v.8 #1">Sussex Family Historian. Volume 8 #1 March 1988 {{FHL|986114|item|disp=FHL book 942.25 B2su v. 8}}</ref>
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The Spooner - Elliott - Burn connection by Maurice Burn Herry Spooner married Mary Pennell in 1750 and Judeth in 1759. &nbsp;This is a brief history of the family illustrated with a family tree and a photograph of George Spooner. &nbsp;Surnames included are: Whittington, Parsons, Muggeridge, Elliott, Finlayson, Burn, Macrone, Allan, Oliver, Mann, Smith, Vickery, Hardy, Scharff, Sharwood-Smith, Barrowman, and Thilo. &nbsp;Article covers the years 1750 - 1983 in the parishes of Cranleigh, Surrey and Parham and London, Sussex, England. &nbsp;Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 8 #1 March 1988, pgs 24-26<ref name="v.8 #1">Sussex Family Historian. Volume 8 #1 March 1988 {{FHL|986114|item|disp=FHL book 942.25 B2su v. 8}}</ref>
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Discovering the Philcoxes of Hartfield by Gwen May nee Philcox A narrative history of Thomas Philcox and Sara Hadlar who married in 1699. &nbsp;Thomas was born in 1671. &nbsp;Surnames mentioned are Elliott, Gasson, Edwards, Newton, Kenward and Jenner. &nbsp;Article covers the years 1671 - 1956 in the parish of Hartfield, Sussex. &nbsp;Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 8 #1 March 1988, pgs 37-38<ref name="v.8 #1">Sussex Family Historian. Volume 8 #1 March 1988 {{FHL|986114|item|disp=FHL book 942.25 B2su v. 8}}</ref>
  
 
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The Sussex Family Historian is the quarterly journal of the Sussex Family History Group and is published in March, June, September and December. The journal started in 1973 and continues today.

Contents

Article Extracts

The following are article extracts from the Sussex Family Historian journal. The full articles are found in the journal which are at the Family History Library. In the footnote is a link to the Family Search catalog.

Volume 1 (1976)

The Sussex black sheep - the Stedman by Neil Caplan and Michael J. Burchall a description of Joseph Stedman's education and difficulty securing a position in a dissenting church. Thomas Frost served two congregations in the area. A major breach was caused by these two men which lasted for years. Included is an inventory of all the goods and chattells, rents and credits of ... Joseph Stedman. Article covers the years 1600 - 1732 in the parish of Lindfield, Sussex. Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 1 #8 March 1976, pgs 226-234[1]

Descent of land - an example: a short history of Barns Croft in Chalvington, 1512 - 1874 The names of those mentioned as renters or owners are: John Lacy, Richard Lacy, Thomas Lacy, Thomas Whitefield, Nicholas Willard, John Wood, John Cresy, Edward Roberts, Martha Roberts, Mary Roberts, Thomas Parton, Mathew Green, Ann Barrow, John French, William Fennell or Vennell, Stephen Fox, William Alcorn, Thomas Medburst, Samuel French, Robert Paris, Michael Martin, Thomas Martin, John Marten, Jacob Cooke, Thomas ShoeSmith, Burwood Godlee, Sir James Duke.  Article covers the years 1512 - 1874 in the parish of Chalvington, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 1 #8 March 1976, pgs 235-239[1]

Hayward - Billings - Lait: Sussex families? by Steve Warden Births, marriages, and deaths of this family were recorded on the fly-leaf of a copy of Methodist Magazine for 1815.  Article covers the years 1819 - 1963 in the county of Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 1 #8 March 1976, pg 240[1]

Dissenters' indictments, 1624-27, 1681 by Michael J. Burchell A list of people who had not attended church for three successive Sundays.  Article covers the years 1624 - 1681 in the parishes of Chichester, Lewes, and Arundel, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 1 #8 March 1976, pgs 244-249[1]

Continuing Slaughter Continued from first issue.  Places, marriages, deaths, and burials are given for those mentioned earlier.  Article covers the years 1759 - 1840 in the parish of Ditchling, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 1 #8 March 1976, pg 250[1]  

Volume 3 (1977 - 1979)

Dipping into the beer by Roger Diplock Joseph Diplock married Elizabeth Saunders in 1787 and had a son named William.  He ran an Alehouse named "Ship" which was the scene of a riot in 1793 for which the military had to be called out.  Article covers the years 1748 - 1799 in the parish of Hastings, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #1 June 1977, pgs 7-8[2]  

Verrally relieved 1 A discussion of William Verrall and his family on relief from the church for 20 years.  Includes a list of expenses charged to the parish.  Article covers the years 1717 - 1844 in the parish of Hailsham, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #1 June 1977, pgs 13-15[2]

John Rowes ancestry - the Drewes of East Grinstead The author has proven that the coat of arms of John Rowe is fraudulant.  He has traced the family and provided a family tree.  Surnames included are: Homewood, Duffield, Drew, Payne, Harman, Faulkner, Wheeler, Burstow, Sherman, Bitton, Chatfield, Bennett and Tablehurst.  Article covers the years 1400 - 1662 in the parish of East Grinstead, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #2 September 1977, pgs 38-45[3]  

Noblemen and gentry in Sussex in 1595 by John Farrant A list of noblemen and gentry taken from the 'Description of Sussex' giving name and residence.  Article covers the years 1594 - 1599 in the county of Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #3 December 1977, pgs 69-72[4]

Falmer Residents 1660 - 1700 by Robert Mesley Four lists of Falmer residents taken from hearth tax returns.  Article covers the years 1600 - 1700 in the parish of Falmer, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #3 December 1977, pgs 77-80[4] 

Lopdell or Lobdell 1489 - 1705 by Jared Lobdell A discussion of the Lopdell family as mentioned in printed records.  Article covers the years 1309 - 1705 in the county of Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #3 December 1977, pgs 81-84[4]

An earlier Lewes will A transcribed will of John Twyte.  Article covers the years 1398 - 1498 in the parish of Tysherst, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #4 March 1978, pg 104[5] 

East Grinstead settlement acknowledgements by Michael J. Burchall List of Settlement individuals giving name, occupation, date and where they were from.  Article covers the years 1703 - 1793 in the parish of East Grinstead, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #4 March 1978, pgs 105-109[5]

Poor Old Rose by Elizabeth Doff A discription of the life of Rose Fuller 1708 - 1777, from Sussex to Jamaica and back.  Article covers the years 1708 - 1777 in the parish of Brightling, Sussex England and Jamaica.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #5 June 1978, pgs 130-136[6]

A martyr descent by Michael J. Burchall A family tree from John Morris 1490 - whose wife and son were burned at the stake for protestant belief.  Article covers the years 1465 - 1973 in the parish of Heathfield, Buxtead, and Maresfield, Sussex England and Victoria Australia.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #5 June 1978, pgs 137-140[6]

Recusants 1641 by Cynthia Herrup Church wardens and constables reported those who refused to participate in Church of England public rites.  This article lists the recusants by parish.  Article covers the year 1641 in the county of Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #5 June 1978, pgs 142-144[6]

Kingford MIs Monumental inscriptions give name, date, relationship or residence.  Article covers the years 1738 - 1892 in the parish of Kirdford, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #5 June 1978, pgs 146-147[6]

Sussex Emigrants by Michael J. Burchall passage was paid for emigrants to go to Australia and Canada.  Listed by date, ship, name, age and place of embakation.  Article covers the years 1838 - 1857 in the parish of Salehurst, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #6 September 1978, pgs 162-170[7]

Ellis memories by M. Gowler Family memories of Josiah Ellis, 1819 - 1896, He claims James Cooke married Mildred Mathew and had seven children.  He is the descendent of the third son.  Article covers the years 1819 - 1896 in the county of Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #6 September 1978, pgs 171-172[7]

Mayfield apprentices 1612 - 1812 An alphabetical list of apprentices and indentures giving name, parent, residence, date, master, trade, length of service, consideration (price) and church officers.  Article covers the years 1612 - 1812 in the parish of Mayfield, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #6 September 1978, pgs 175-178[7]

Lewes licenses Correction of errors in transcription of marriage licenses giving date, names, marital state, parish in which  the marriage was to be performed.  Article covers the year 1685 in the county of Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #6 September 1978, pgs 179-180[7]

Grantham family A family tree beginning with George Granthan 1655 - Surnames mentioned are: Palmer, Douglas, Hards, West, Plummer, Walsh, Pollington, English, Tutt, Blaker, Lowdell, Verrall, Wilson, Family crest is described.  Article covers the years 1655 - 1886 in the parish Lewes, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #6 September 1978, pgs 183-185[7]

Plumpton MIs Monumental inscriptions recorded in 1976.  Article covers the years 1799 - 1958 in the parish of Plumpton, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #6 September 1978, pgs 186-189[7] 

Stays in Hampshire by W.G. Wakelin Marriages and monumental inscriptions in Hampshire of Sussex residents.  Article covers the years 1710 - 1863 in the county of Sussex England and Hampshire.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #6 September 1978, pgs 190-191[7] 

Stray Wills by Mary Wiggin Wills of Mary Stanbynorth of Hastings died 1690, and Ann Barber of Hastings proved 1740.  Article covers the years 1690 - 1740 in the parish of Hastings, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #6 September 1978, pg 191[7]

Memories of Aunt Bess by George Pelling Aunt Bess' memories led the author to successfully build two family trees, one of Eliza Hawkins 1820 - 1897 and John Boxall 1819 - 1899, and Samuel Passifull 1822 - and Mary Ann Cuddington 1829 - Surnames given are Phillips, Boxold, Cranston, Town, Virgo, Ellis, Davies, Walls, Floats, Langrish, Freeman, Peters, Bligh, Lisher, and Pelling.  Article covers the years 1716 - 1933 in the parish of Aldingbourne, Frittleworth, Lurgashall, Petworth, Bottolphs, Frittleworth, and Portslade, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #7 December 1978, pgs 198-203[8]

Mayfield apprentices - concluded List of apprentices giving name, parent, age, date, master, trade, length of apprenticeship and overseeing officers.  Article covers the years 1614 - 1807 in the parish of Mayfield, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #7 December 1978, pgs 206-210[8] 

Lewes Probates 1645 - 1646 A list of probates that were missed by W. Hamilton Hall in his Calendar of Wills and Administrations...Archdeaconry Court of Lewes.  Article covers the years 1645 - 1646 in the parish of Lewes, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #7 December 1978, pgs 220-224[8]

Volume 4 (1979 - 1980)

The Leaver family's 170 years in a Sussex village by R.A. Lever A brief history of the Leaver Family as compiled from various sources listed in a bibliography.  Edward Leaver married Anne Scardefield on 5 Oct 1729.  They had five children.  Article covers the years 1729 - 1939 in the parish of South Harting, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 4 #1 September 1979, pg 11[9]

Heene House Academy, Worthing by Merle Tidey A brief description of the author's research into the life of John Tidey 1773 - 1849, founder of Heene House Academy.  Article covers the years 1773 - 1849 in the parish of Worthing, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 4 #2 December 1979, pgs 45-46[10] 

Robert Reeves of the Streame by Judy Hewins A brief biography of Robert Reeves, who married Grace Noakes, they had ten children.  Article covers the years 1796 - 1885 in the parish of Chiddingly, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 4 #2 December 1979, pgs 49-52[10]

A letter from New York edited bt Peter Daw Samuel Daw 1787 - 1876 and his wife Martha Fuller 1790 - 1865 and their son Samuel 1817 - 1906 emigrated to America in 1832.  The letter written in 1832 was to Martha's mother Martha Lade Fuller.  The Daws returned to London.  Article covers the years 1787 - 1906 in the parish of London, England.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 4 #2 December 1979, pgs 53-55[10]

A chapter of incidents by Mrs. J.M. Huntbach Describes the burial of Benjanin Bland (Blann.) and the death of Charles Goddard from a large tree falling on him.  Article covers the years 1851 - 1866 in the parish of Upper Beeding, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 4 #2 December 1979, pgs 56-57[10] 

The Huffeys of Hastings by Gilliam Huffey A history of Huffeys' newstand and sweet shop owned by William Huffey.  He and his wife Annie Matilda Summer had two sons William Summer and Arthur Causan.  Illustrated with a photo of the shop.  Article covers the years 1867 - 1975 in the parish of Hastings, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 4 #3 March 1980, pgs 86-88[11]

East Sussex memorial inscriptions transcribed by C.W. Field Salehurst memorial inscriptions up to 1837 when civil registration began.  Article covers the years 1661 - 1837 in the parish of Salehurst, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 4 #3 March 1980, pgs 99-106[11]

John Reeves - master mariner of the port of Shoreham by A.S. Parkes John Reeves was born in 1822 to John Reeves and Christiana Saunders in Southwick.  He married Eliza Clements in 1847 at Findon.  This article traces his seaman career until his death in 1866.  Article covers the years 1819 - 1931 in the parish of Shoreham, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 4 #4 June 1980, pgs 121-124[12]

Country to town by A.A. Wenban Many of the family of Henry Wenben spent their working life with the postal service in Sussex and Kent and Sydney Australia.  Article covers the years 1809 - 1867 in the parish of Eastborne, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 4 #4 June 1980, pgs 135-136, 144[12]   

Lord Nelson's relatives in Sussex by Phyl and Stanley Excell Lord Nelson's brother-in-law lived in Slaugham.  Lord Nelson's daughter Horatia came to visit with Lady Hamilton.  Eventually Horatia's son William George Ward married her cousin's daughter Catherine Victoriana Nelson Blanckley.  Illustrated with a family tree.  To be continued.  Article covers the years 1723 - 1878 in the parish of Slaugham, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 4 #5 September 1980, pgs 165-169[13]

The Tilburygig: The story of the Tilbury - Tarner family of Brighton by Stephen Warden.  Edward Tilbury's will was proved in 1852.  In it he mentions four daughters: Ann, Letecia, Clara, and Eliza Isabella.  Edwin Adelphus Tarner was born in 1908 to William and Elizabeth Tarner.  He married Letecia Tilbury.  Article covers the years 1773 - 1941 in the parish of Brighton, Sussex and Marylebone, London.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 4 #6 December 1980, pgs 186-189[14]

Lord Nelson's relatives in Sussex (cont.) by Phyl and Stanley Excell Lord Nelson's sister is Catherine who married George Matcham in 1787.  They had nine children.  Much family history is from a tombstone in Slaugham.  Article covers the years 1767 - 1886 in the parish of Slaugham, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 4 #6 December 1980, pgs 192-194[14]

Volume 5 (1982 - 1983)

The Bakers - brickmakers of Piddinghoe by B.E. Osborne Three generations of Edward Bakers are given. Surnames are: Banks, Corner, and Osborne.  Article covers the years 1616 - 1915 in the parish of Piddinghoe, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 5 #2 June 1982, pgs 57-60[15] 

The expansion of the Sussex gentry 1525 - 1600 by Jeremy Goring A discussion of how the gentry was expanded.  Illustrated with tables of 'old Gentry' giving surnames and residence, the 'Rising Gentry' giving surname, residence, and principle source of wealth and finally a table of 'incomers' giving surname, residence and principle source of wealth.  Article covers the years 1525 - 1600 in the county of Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 5 #3 September 1982, pgs 76-86[16]

One hundred years of a Sussex public house and brewry by Midge Clarke a brief narrative of the family of George Knight and Mary Lintott and their seven children.  Illustrated with a family tree which gives names and few dates.  Article covers the years 1692 - 1972 in the parish of Petsworth, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 5 #3 September 1982, pgs 87-90[16]

The mysterious emigration of John Souter Osborne by Bruce Osborne William Osbourne married Grace Souter and they had three children, William, John, and Mary Ann.  Surnames are Hills, Baker, and Verrall.  Article covers the years 1812 - 1855 in the parish of Eastbourne, Sussex and Telscombe, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 5 #4 December 1982, pgs 121-122[17]

Sussex shepherds by B. Harwood A list of shepherds giving dates and birthplaces taken from a book entitled Shepherds of Sussex by Barclay Wills published in 1932.  Mr. Wills interviewed each of the shepherds.  The book is in the Crowborough Library.  Article covers the years 1782 - 1940 in various locations in Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 5 #5 March 1983, pgs 142-143[18] 

Allegations for marriage licences 1669 - 1679, Sussex parties extracted by Margaret Hudson List of marriage allegations giving name, age, marital status groom's occupation, name of consenting person if under age, residence and possible places of marriages.  Includes an index.  Article covers the years 1669 - 1679 in various locations in Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 5 #5 March 1983, pgs 145-149[18] 

One Hunnisett family 1514 - 1982 by Henry S. Hunnisett A narrative of Mr. Hunnisett's search from Canada for his Hunnisett family of England.  Alternate spellings are Honeycett, Hanysete, Henesit, Unnisett, Hanoset.  Illas. with family tree and photograph of Frank Hunnisett and family about 1896.  Surnames on fro Tole, Hunt, Blackman, Hollands, Nye, Edwards, Miller, Woods, Foord, Hook and Williamson.  Article covers the years 1514 - 1982 in various locations in Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 5 #5 March 1983, pgs 150-159[18] 

Sussex veterans of the 5th foot by J. Robert Williams An extracted list of men from Sussex giving name, Admission(date he became an out pensioner) age, rank, total length of service, amount of pension, reason for leaving service, where born, trade and physical description.  Article covers the years 1674 - 1848 in various locations in Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 5 #5 March 1983, pgs 163-165[18]

The Inch clan in England and Wales: A history and Analysis from circa 1375 - 1984 by A.R. Inch The author has extracted Inch names and analyzed distribution over England in Wales with Cornwall and Devon being most prolific.  He has used church records and telephone directories.  Article covers the years 1375 - 1984 in the county of Cornwall Devon.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 5 #6 June 1983, pgs 181-184[19]

A Luck family bible Eleven children were born to Valentine and Elizabeth Luck at Belmont House and recorded in teh family bible.  The children are: Alfred, 1885; Sophia Mary, 1887; Valentine, 1888; Bertha Elizabeth, 1889; Kathleen Georgina, 1891; George, 1892; Cornelius, 1893; John Roberts, 1895; Florence Margaret, 1896; Martha Alice, 1898; Aileen Elsie; 1899.  Article covers the years 1875 - 1899 in the parish of Newhaven, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 5 #7 September 1983, pg 222[20]

The Wrights of Brighton by S. G. Nash Thomas Wright, 1777 - 1859, was a professor of music.  He had seven children: Ann, 1800; Miss Wright; 1802; Thomas Henry, 1806, Frederick, 1807; Emily, 1808; Charles, 1809 and Edwin, 1810...  Article covers the years 1777 - 1859 in the parish of Brighton, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 5 #7 September 1983, pg 229[20]

Volume 6 (1984 - 1985)

The 'Annus Mirabilis' in Sussex (Marriage allegations Sep 1822 - Mar 1823) part 1 The author has listed 7 entries of genealogical importance.  There were no licenses issued during this period.  Surnames are: Adams, Mates, Wilson, Comper, Band, Osborne, Spence, Barnard, Hughes, Mitten, Brocksopp, Grinstead, Stevenson, Challen, Battock, Churchman, Agate, Cooper, and Holt.  Article covers the years 1822 - 1823 in the county of Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 6 #1 March 1984, pgs 28-29[21]

Black sheep - royal sussex deserters 1882 by E. T. Howell The Police Gazette was published 1828 - 1902 and listed daily in London, fugitives, deserters, absentees and men discharged from the military with ignomity, Extracted are entries of men from chichester with birth place, age, occupation and physical description in 2 January 1882 issue.  Surnames are: Watson, Smith, Shean, Gillard, Roberts and White.  Article covers the years 1828 - 1902 in the parish of Chichester, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 6 #1 March 1984, pgs 31-32[22]

Knyvett bible A family bible lists family marriage, births and deaths 1859 - 1917.  Article covers the years 1859 - 1917 in the parishes of Beddington, Surrey, England and Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 6 #1 March 1984, pgs 32-33[21]

Burgess family - Wheelwrights Edmund Burgess 1709 - 1757 married Jane Long in 1759.  Their descendents include many wheelwrights.  Surnames in this family are: Smart, Greenfield, Banks, and Manktelow.  Article covers the years 1709 - 1958 in the parishes of Glynde, East Hoathly, Laughton, Ringmer, Blackboys, and Framfield in Sussex, England.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 6 #2 June 1984, pgs 53-54[23]

The 'Annus Mirabilis' in Sussex pt II cont. by Frank Leeson the author has listed ten more marriage allegations Sept 1822 - Mar 1823.  Surnames are: Corney, Newland, Elephick, Charman, Farndell, Brockhurst, Field, Marshall, Fogden, Farringdon, Freeman, Holland, Burdfield, Gore, Dungey, Grainger, Bridell, Harwood, Overington, Herington, Battock and Hews.  Article covers the years 1822 - 1823 in the county of Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 6 #2 June 1984, pgs 64-65[23]

240 years of a Sussex family - Vincett by R. Vincett Six generations of Vincett family are discussed.  Surnames included are: Dives, Barnard, Avery, Adams, Perigoe, Underdown, Dengate, Cruttenden, Cooper, Frewen, Ranger, Shoosmith, Leny, Bannister, and Standen.  Article covers the years 1720 - 1922 in various locations in Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 6 #3 September 1984, pgs 92-95[24]

The 'Annus Mirabilis' in Sussex 1822 - 1823 pt III The author has given ten more marriage allegations Sept 1822 - March 1823.  Surnames are: Holden, Fuller, Homfray, Thompson, Lee, Jenkins, Andrew, Jupp, Herrington, Smithers, Smith, Knight Chitty, Magick, Ball, Hawman, Magwick, Martin, Morgan, Morey, Tipper, Neal, Farr, Payne, and Burgess.  Article covers the years 1822 - 1823 in the county of Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 6 #3 September 1984, pgs 106-107[24]

The Sussex Pendrills by A. E. Marshall A lengthy discussion of the Pendrill family in Sussex, Surnames: Southall, tonkes, Sotherne, Green, Goffe. Thunder, Banks, Ansell, Jenner, Cappard, Shelley, Rason, Haine, Marshall, and Knight.  Article covers the years 1651 - 1983 in various locations in Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 6 #4 December 1984, pgs 127-134, 135[25]

A note on the families of Acton of Ripe and Lulham of Hamsey by Wyn K. Ford A brief description of relationships between the families of Acton, Lulham, Miller, Smith, Markewicke and Dorrage.  Article covers the years 1614 - 1641 in the parish of Ripe Hamsey, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 6 #4 December 1984, pgs 137-139[25]

The Pim family in Canada and their ancestors from Sussex by Fi Bewley Pim No names or places given in Canada.  Varient spellings are Pim, Pym, Pyme, arid Pimm.  This family produced several papermakers, an early one being James Pim.  Other surnames mentioned are Pierce, Sanders, Constable, Page, Smith, Godsmark, Colgate, and Pinell.  Article covers the years 1538 - 1821 in the parish of Lindfield, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 6 #4 December 1984, pgs 140-143[25]

The Aylwins of Treyford with Didling by R. A. Lever Varient spellings of Aylwin include Aylewin, Allwyn, and Aylwine.  Surnames given are: Enticknap, Whitcher, Flint, Tidey and Lever.  Article covers the years 1636 - 1815 in the parishes of Duncton and Stedham, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 6 #5 March 1985, pgs 176-177[26]

The Annus mirabilis in Sussex Sept 1822 - March 1823 part IV fifteen more entries have been listed, Surnames included are: Pigott, Long, Puckridge, Holmes, Pinck, Tapling, Rogers, Pink, Puttick, Bowyer, Rayner Goddord, Saunders, Parker, Savage, Blackman, Sheppard, Lamport, Shoulder, Miles, Stoveld, White, Downer, Ward, Edmunds, Mchaughlin, and Holt.  Article covers the years 1822 - 1823 in the county of Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 6 #5 March 1985, pgs 186-188[26]

The Turner family of Steyning: Seventeenth century clothiers by Jane T Pennington Discussion of occupation of clothier, inventories, and description of house.  John Turner alias Edwards and his wife Alice had three sons, James, John and Phillip.  Included is part of the inventory of Phillip Turners goods.  Article covers the years 1587 - 1637 in the parish of Steyning, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 6 #6 June 1985, pgs 203-211[27]

St Wilfred's school, Haywards Heath, Sussex by Sandra Williams List of students showing, name, age, date of admission, no. of attend. and class.  Article covers the years 1860 - 1871 in the parish of Hayward's Heath, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 6 #6 June 1985, pgs 228-229[27] 

Death and funeral of the father of an extra ordinary family by Alan Storey Robert Harding died 17 April 1869.  He and his wife Kitty had ten children; Michael, Sarah, Emily, Eliza, Hanna, Kitty, Henry, Jane, Harriet, James, Robert, John, Allen, Ann, and David.  Article covers the years 1869 - 1968 in the parish of Shipley, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 6 #8 December 1985, pgs 245-246[28]

Genealogy from an heirloom by Peter Evershed The gift of a silver-tipped twisted-whalebone handle punch ladle started the author on a search for his ancestors who were the original owners.  Illustrated with a family tree showing seven generations beginning with John Evershed 1750 - 1840.  Surnames include Hayward and Rickett.  Article covers the years 1750 - 1958 in the parishes of Wisborough Green and Brighton, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 6 #8 December 1985, pgs 293-295[28]

Volume 7 (1986 - 1987)

Rev. James Hurdis D. D. (1763 - 1801) by Ronald Tibble A brief biography of James Hurdis, priest, poet and professor.  He married Harriet Minut.  They had two sons, James Henry and John Louis and a daughter Rodmeill.  Article covers the years 1710 - 1802 in the county of Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #1 June 1986, pgs 8-13[29]

The history of a branch of the Newlington family of Sussex by Mrs. Kim Bayne A family tree beginning with Adam Newington and Alice Colepepper.  Surnames included are: Cheyney, Farby, Scardeville, Dawtrey, Wildegos, Wildgoose, Stephens, Hepton, Hayman, Putland, Beale, Vennell, Reynolds, Dabson, Parker, Avery, Piper, Hughes, Bean, Bishop, Elphick, Williamson, Sutton, Peters, Martin, and Wheeler.  Article covers the years 1481 - 1859 in various locations in Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #1 June 1986, pgs 20-25[29]

Domesday in Horsham by Stanley Excell A tentalive pedigree is drawn using only parish registers and discusses the need to use other sources to prove relationships.  The pedigree is for the descendants of the Domesday Family.  Article covers the years 1541 - 1634 in the parish of Horsham, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #2 September 1986, pgs 43-45[30]

The Pursgloves of the Congregational Chapel at Herstmonceaux by A. L. Gooch The Pursglove family in Sussex is traced back to John Pursglove 1798 - 1876 and Mary Harmer.  A brief history of the family is given.  Surnames mentioned are: Dicker, Ticehurst, and Hook.  Article covers the years 1650 - 1922 in the parish of Herstmonceaux, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #2 September 1986, pgs 46-48[30]

English Emigrants to New England submitted by Mrs. B. A. Garrett Extracts of Sussex residents from a book Topographical Dictionary of 2855 Emigrants to New England 1620 - 1650 gives name, parish and ship.  Surnames are: Bannister, Benjamin, Chatfield, Dennett, Drury, Everden, Fenner, Freeman, Geere, Glover, Harraden, Hyland, Jeffery, Kidder, Leader, May, Newman, Philater, Scholes, Skinner, Stockbridge, Tillinghast, Tillinghurst and Tupper.  Article covers the years 1620 - 1650 in various locations in Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #2 September 1986, pgs 54-55[30]

The Unitarian Church, Horsham by E. P. Evershed The building of the church involved many people.  Names are given of those involved in the leasing and their occupations and residency.  Article covers the years 1721 - 1790 in the parish of Horsham, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #2 September 1986, pg 61[30]

War graves of the British empire contributed by C. Rogers Names of Sussex men who died at war have ben extracted from Colone Southern Cemetery in Germany; Estaires Communal Cemetery and extension, France; St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rowen, France Given are name, rank and unit, relationship, residence, address in cemetery.  Surnames are: Abbey, Adams, Boorman, Church, Dudman, Dutfield, Eames, Fox, Harding, Howe, Humphrex, Fairs, Fuller, Pollard, Brown, Curtis, Nicholls, Streeter, Salvage, Sanders, Stenning, Stote, Sylvester, Taragett, Turner, Waite, Welch, Westgate, and Wood.  Article covers the years 1916 - 1918 in various parishes in Sussex, England, Cologne, Pruessen and Rhineland, Germany, and Rouen, Sein Maritime, and Estairs, Nord, France.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #2 September 1986, pgs 64-65[30]

No problem?  by Stanley Excell Enticknapp is pronounced Emlett in 1867 in Lurgashall, Sussex.  Census enumerator had no problem with it but family historians may.  Article covers the years 1861 - 1867 in the parish of Lurgeshall, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #2 September 1986, pg 74[30]

The Adsetts of Lurgashall by Roy Adsett A family tree is given showing the descentants of Henry Adsett 1805 - 1878 and Catherine Childs, their daughter, Ellen married James Anscomb who provides the posterity.  Article covers the years 1805 - 1966 in the parish of Lurgashall, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #3 December 1986, pgs 87-89[31]

My Sussex ancestors mainly Sickelmores by Miss Jean T de Marney A brief narrative of the author's research into the Sickelmore family.  Illustrated with a family tree beginning with Tristam Sickelmore died 1598 and Susanne Sommen (nee Hart) and identifies seven generations.  Article covers the years 1598 - 1873 in varied locations in Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #3 December 1986, pgs 90-93[31] 

My father by John Dudeney A brief narrative about Henry Dudeney, 1753 who married Sarah Geering.  They had eleven children.  Article covers the years 1753 - 1808 in the parish of Plumpton, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #3 December 1986, pgs 97-98[31]

G C Smith and the George Long prize for jurisprudence by Maurice J. Burn G C Smith [1865 - 1897] son of Richard and Esther Smith, he was educated at Brighton School and University of London.  He was successful in school, but instead of following the law he played the Stock Exchange unsuccessfully, and took his own life in 1897.  Illustrated by a photograph of G C Smith.  Article covers the years 1878 - [1897] in the parishes of Brighton and London, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #4 March 1987, pgs 132-133[32]   

The Pilbeams of Chichester early 17th century by Norma Pilbeam A narrative of the research into the Pilbeam family.  Illustrated with a family tree beginning with Agnes and Roger Pilbeam buried about 1570, Surnames included are: Grover, Aylmer, Mitchell, Wright and LeNeve.  Article covers the years 1568 - 1670 in the parish of Chichester, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #4 March 1987, pgs 136-144[32] 

London Road School Burgess Hill A copy of examination schedule for 1874 listing Student's name, age last birthday, number of attendences during the year, date of admission.  Surnames are: Waller, Beale, Curd, Selsby, Chilcot, Lelliot, Gregory, Stenning, Smith, Payne, Simmonds, Brale, Wolgar, Morley, Hards, Verrall, Heasmon, Standing, Hutchinson, Weffare, and Chilcot.  Article covers the year 1874 in the parish of Burgess Hill, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #4 March 1987, pg 146[32] 

The pilgrimage by R J Hoad.  William Hoad was born 20 Aug 1887 and died 21 March 1918.  A narrative of family members visiting his grave in France.  Article covers the years 1887 - 1986 in the parishes of Lewes, Sussex, England and Montescourt - Lizerolles, Aisne, France.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #4 March 1987, pgs 147-148[32]

Edmund Busby agricultural laborer and martyr by Mrs. E B Newbold Edmund Busby was the sixth of eleven children born to William Busby and Mary Jones.  He was executed for setting a fire, though he was innocent.  Article covers the years 1804 - 1831 in the parish of East Preston, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #4 March 1987, pgs 150-151[32]

One law for the rich?  by Rodney Elliot Marten Thomas Marten never married but acknowledged two illegimite children, Thomas and Mary.  Illustrated with a family tree.  Surnames mentioned are: Clarke, Jewhurst and Pay.  Article covers the years 1726 - 1841 in the parish of Winchelsea, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #4 March 1987, pgs 152-153[32] 

Some furthur notes on the Aylwins of Treyford with Didling by R A Lever Marriages and deaths are appended to an earlier article.  Surnames included are: Read, Polling, Entickapp, Whitcher, and Goble.  Article covers the years 1560 - 1875 in the parishes of Treyford and Didling, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #5 June 1987, pgs 167-168[33]

What got me hooked?  by Olive Isabel Thompson née Parsons James Parsons (1779 - 1845) and Mary Vincett (1782 - 1863) had ten children.  This is a narrative of some of their family.  Surnames include: Vane , Russell, Fisher and Bishop.  Article covers the years 1696 - 1845 in the parishes of Northiam and Beckley, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #5 June 1987, pgs 169-170[33]

The Episcopacy of Richard Curteys, Bishop of Chichester 1570 - 1582 by Ronald Tibble The rise and fall of Richard Curteys.  Article covers the years 1532 - 1582 in the parish of Chichester, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #5 June 1987, pgs 171-175[33]  

The Jimmy Dean Diaries by Maurice J. Burn A narrative history of James Dean (1788 - 1865) and Louisa Saxby (1800 - 1867) and their children.  Illustrated with a family tree of five generations.  Surnames include: Gilbert Poat, Mills, Robinson, Seal, Mackenzie.  Also is included a photograph of James Dean Family Identified are: Granny Dean, Mrs. Dean holding Louisa and Jimmy Dean holding Venice, Arthur, George, Charles, Bert, Theresa, Mary and Jack.  Article covers the years 1788 - 1977 in the parish of Arundel, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #6 September 1987, pgs 215-217[34]

My great-grandfather's quiverful by Olive Isabel Thompson née Parsons A narrative history of the family of James Parsons and Mary Vincett who married in 1802 and had ten children.  Surnames are: Goland, Cocket, Russell, Groombridge, Paine, Shearman, Blackmore, Ash, Veeks, Vidgen, Vane, and Stoneham.  Article covers the years 1802 - 1904 in the parishes of Beckley and Rye, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #6 September 1987, pgs 235-238[34]  

The Stevens of Willingdon by Mrs. Ann M. Vollor Benjamin Henderson and Mary Marchant had nine children at Wannock, Illustrated with a family tree, Surnames include: Henderson, Waters, Wooler, Vinall and Ashdown.  Article covers the years 1814 - 1937 in the parishes Willingdon and West Dean, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #6 September 1987, pgs 249-250[34]

Family bibles submitted by Miss K M Taylor and Mrs. V. E. Hine Data copied from family bibles Woodward: Sarah Peters, Alexander Isaac, Sarah Louise, Charles George, Gladys Maude, Reginald Joseph, Marion Helen Murcham: William Thomas, Augusta.  Article covers the years 1852 - 1931 in the parishes of Brighton, Hove, Findon, Littlehampton, and Steyning, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #6 September 1987, pg 251[34] 

The will and inventory of a Sussex farmer by Peter Evershed Thomas Evershed was baptized 22 May 1562 at Ockley.  He married Elizabeth Gardiner of Rusper 6 June 1588.  They had five children.  Information from his will and his inventory are included.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #6 September 1987, pgs 253-255[34]

A sad tale of an untimely end by Gillian M. Couper Edward Geer born 11 March 1803.  He enlisted in the army, rose through the rank and sent to Canada where he was accidentally killed on 14 April 1838.  Article covers the years 1801 - 1838 in the parishes of Folkington, Sussex, England and Montreal, Quebec, Canada.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #7 December 1987, pgs 266-267[35]

A rascal unknown by Brian Tasker The author traces his research for Philip Tasker Knight, thought to be the son of Sarah Knight and William Tasker, born 1766 in Withyam.  Article covers the years 1675 - 1766 in the parishes of Rotherfield and Withyam, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #7 December 1987, pg 271[35] 

Anecdotes of Hill Lodge by Annette Philly Verrell Recollection of two young parlor maids at Hill Lodge at St. Ann's Hill.  Included is a photograph of Annetle Philly Verrell in her uniform.  Article covers the year 1908 in the parish of Lewes, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #7 December 1987, pgs 276-277[35]

A sorry saga of Victorian times by Gillian Bedingfield nee Thunder George and Elizabeth had two sons, Nahum and George.  They were in and out of the workhouse.  George deserted the family and Elizabeth spent time in jail for thievery.  Young George emigrated to American.  Nahum stayed in Sussex.  Article covers the years 1849 - 1866 in the parish of Hailsham, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #7 December 1987, pgs 282-283[35]

William and Elizabeth field of Brighton by Graham Field William and Elizabeth field had at least ten children.  They emigrated to South Australia in 1853, William died in 1854 and Elizabeth in 1885.  Article covers the years 1812 - 1885 in the parishes of Brighton, Sussex, England and Port Elliott and Victor Harbor, South Australia, Australia.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 7 #7 December 1987, pgs 284-285[35]  

Volume 8 (1988 - 1989)

The Cobden family of West Sussex: a search for personalities by Margery Waddams The author persues the family of Jane Wittington 1711 - 1759 and Edward Cobden 1703 - 1759 forward and back, they had nine children.  Surnames include: Glover, Budd, and Barlow.  Article covers the years 1703 - 1814 in the parishes of Charlton, West Dean, and Singleton, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 8 #1 March 1988, pgs 3-8[36]

Bible dated 1835 submitted by Mrs. M. Stevens From a bible: Joseph Thurgood born 31 Aug 1808.  Charlotte Thurgord born 16 Sep 1814 Married 20 April 1854. Walter Thurgood born 13 May 1856.  "My dear father" Joseph Thurgood died April 1875.  Walter Joseph Thurgood born at Willies in the parish of Cuckfield 13 May 1856.  Article covers the years 1808 - 1875 in the parish of Cuckfield, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 8 #1 March 1988, pg 11[36]

The memories of Thomas Greiner of Brighton by Charles B. Grinyer Thomas Grinyer and Martha Harper had two sons, Thomas born 1808 and Thomas John born 1811.  Thomas emigrated to Australia with his family to Brisbane in 1845.  Article covers the years 1806 - 1877 in the parishes of Ovingdean, Sussex, England and Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 8 #1 March 1988, pgs 14-15[36]

Brief history of the Hobden family in Australia by Keith Walker Hobden Richard Hobden was born in East Chiltington 17 January 1790 and married Albenia Walker in Sydney, Australia and had six children.  History of the family includes surnames: Bell, Watts, Thorley, Rooke and Southard.  Article covers the years 1790 - 1926 in the parishes of Chiltington, Sussex, England and Sydney and Singleton, New South Wales, Australia.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 8 #1 March 1988, pgs 20-21[36]

The Spooner - Elliott - Burn connection by Maurice Burn Herry Spooner married Mary Pennell in 1750 and Judeth in 1759.  This is a brief history of the family illustrated with a family tree and a photograph of George Spooner.  Surnames included are: Whittington, Parsons, Muggeridge, Elliott, Finlayson, Burn, Macrone, Allan, Oliver, Mann, Smith, Vickery, Hardy, Scharff, Sharwood-Smith, Barrowman, and Thilo.  Article covers the years 1750 - 1983 in the parishes of Cranleigh, Surrey and Parham and London, Sussex, England.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 8 #1 March 1988, pgs 24-26[36]

Discovering the Philcoxes of Hartfield by Gwen May nee Philcox A narrative history of Thomas Philcox and Sara Hadlar who married in 1699.  Thomas was born in 1671.  Surnames mentioned are Elliott, Gasson, Edwards, Newton, Kenward and Jenner.  Article covers the years 1671 - 1956 in the parish of Hartfield, Sussex.  Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 8 #1 March 1988, pgs 37-38[36]

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