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Shari

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Re: White Family Sussex
« Reply #27 on: Friday 08 October 04 10:44 BST (UK) »
Hi Chris,
        Would you have any history on the Kings Head Inn - Ore? would like to learn something about it, when built etc.
         Thank You in advance
                 Shari

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Re: White Family Sussex
« Reply #28 on: Friday 08 October 04 10:54 BST (UK) »
Hi Shari

Will have to consult the 'Oracle' on that one

Will come back to you

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« Reply #29 on: Friday 08 October 04 11:40 BST (UK) »
Hi Chris,
        Thanks heaps will look forward to it.
              Shari

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Re: White Family Sussex
« Reply #30 on: Sunday 10 October 04 11:00 BST (UK) »
Hi Shari

Have just received a long e-mail concerning your ancestors from another source - copied in full below.

If you would like to send me your e-mail address (via private message) I will pass it on to the writer of the e-mail who can contact you direct.

This is that e-mail

Hello Chris,

I have just had a quick look at the Rootschat, and thank you for the info of
what you hold.  However, quickly glancing through the messages, I would like
to point out a slight error in your response to Shari.  you have the point
that Joseph married to Sarah, but it is not the Joseph s/o William and
Sarah, as he did not marry under the name Joseph.

The Joseph that married Sarah HOSE in 1814 is in fact the s/o James and
Bridget.

A friend and I did a lot of work on this family about three/four years back
and Joseph s/o Sarah should have been entered as Stephen, and you will find
Stephen's second marriage to Margaret ANDERSON in Ore 5 July 1827.  His
first marriage being on Tristan da Cunha, the date eludes me at the moment,
but it is thought that William wouldn't recognise the marriage.

This was all sorted out with the help of a will and other sources, but out
of interest, Stephen would never collected the £50.00 left to him, as he had
to return in person within six months to collect it, and as he was over in
OZ at the time, it wouldn't have been possible, even if he had known about
it.

If it is possible and Shari could contact me directly, I can put her in
touch with other descendants of Stephen, who are over in Tasmania as well as
other places in OZ.

Sincere regards,

Frances


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Re: White Family Sussex
« Reply #31 on: Saturday 24 September 05 11:47 BST (UK) »
Hello Sussex,
  I am new to the site and I think it is great, I hope someone will be able to help me with my research, my 4th great grandfather William White was born in Sussex and he married Ann Thatcher they had 3 children that I know of William, Sarah and Ann, I am hoping to get any info on this family even parents and family of William and Ann,
Thank You
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White,       Hastings
Harding,    Dorset  &  Kent
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Cullinan,    Ireland
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Re: White Family Sussex
« Reply #32 on: Thursday 13 October 05 15:07 BST (UK) »
I am also looking for a family (WHITE) that came from FERNHURST , her name was Joan white and she married LESLIE WILFRED SELBY the 20th february 1943 at the ST MARGARET CHURCH  the best man was ARTHUR HOLDEN . They had the reception at the village hall.
any information would be appreciated.
barrow upon soar , leicestershire:   Darby
loughborough, leicestershire : selby
rempstone , nottingham, selby
nottingham: whitehead
watford, hertfordshire : hull
Derbyshire: Selby
kegworth leics, annable
melton mowbray:Darby

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Re: White Family Sussex
« Reply #33 on: Sunday 10 January 10 05:45 GMT (UK) »
Hello,  I have just joined the site after seeing this post regarding my grandfather.  He is Leslie Wilfred Selby and my grandmother in Joan White.  I am interested in any information on the Selby's in particular my great grandfather.

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Re: White Family Sussex
« Reply #34 on: Friday 15 January 10 18:46 GMT (UK) »
Hi Robin, I saw your reply about your grandparents. I was actually in contact with my great uncle Leslie before he passed away. I have been in contact with his son Leslie jr.I will send you a private message ok.
kind regards
charby
barrow upon soar , leicestershire:   Darby
loughborough, leicestershire : selby
rempstone , nottingham, selby
nottingham: whitehead
watford, hertfordshire : hull
Derbyshire: Selby
kegworth leics, annable
melton mowbray:Darby

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Re: White Family Sussex
« Reply #35 on: Sunday 07 February 10 12:48 GMT (UK) »
Sarah Tolhurst wife of William White is my 4th great Aunt.  Some years ago I and another descendant of Sarah's brother James spent a lot of time on the family.
The transcript I have of William's will  refers to William as a yeoman of Ore.  He left £5 to William White, Stephen White, James White, Robert White, George White, Sarah the wife of Richard Sheldon, Ann the wife of John Boys, and Barbara the wife of Charles Baker; to be paid 6 months after his death.  All his messuages, lands, tenements, hereditaments and real estate whatsoever and wheresoever was left to sons in law Richard Sheldon and Charles Baker tenants in common.
the will was made 24 Jan 1837 and proved 2 Feb 1838, the value being no more than £300.

Jo
TOLHURST - Hastings  OSBORN - East Sussex
GOLDSACK - Hastings & Kent
HAINES - IOW, Portsmouth  ALEXANDRE - Guernsey
CLARKE - Portsmouth  BREEDON - Portsmouth, Nottinghamshire
HORNBY,  KING,  WILKENS,  GOODAIR  - all London
GRAHAM - Portsmouth, briefly Canada, Fife
MCINTOCH, STEWART, DUNSYRE, SIM, BONAR, RUSSELL, TRAIL - Fife
HUGHES - Glamorgan, Herefordshire   NICHOLAS - Breconshire
ROSE, KEMP, SEAGER, SIMS, KNEE, BOX - Wiltshire