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Re: Hollands from Horsham
« Reply #27 on: Saturday 02 October 10 12:04 BST (UK) »
Hi Hilary
Seems like we are 4th cousins then as Ann is my 4xgt granny.
I haven't got any further back on the Holland side but on the Greenfield side I have gone back a bit & on Mary Greenfield's maternal side back to late 16c

Regards Gary
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Re: Hollands from Horsham
« Reply #28 on: Monday 04 October 10 17:11 BST (UK) »
Hi my research has led me to William Holland, Martha Charman.I believe their daughter Fanny born 1822 was my ggggrandmother,I have a copy of her marriage cert to my ggggrandfather in 1853 stating she was a widow (married name Sharp daughter of William Holland). I can't find her in a marriage or 1841 census by this name but 1851 census has her as a widow Sharp, living in London where she remarried,my cert. all later census after her marriage say's born in Horsham, any help would be most appreciated.

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Re: Hollands from Horsham
« Reply #29 on: Monday 04 October 10 20:39 BST (UK) »
That's interesting. Thank you.
I have sent you a personal message.

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« Reply #30 on: Monday 04 October 10 22:54 BST (UK) »
thank you for your reply. I look forward to hearing from you. 

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Re: Hollands from Horsham
« Reply #31 on: Tuesday 05 October 10 06:58 BST (UK) »
I have realised I can't send you a personal message until you have made 3 postings. It says this in the forum rules:

"New members must make at least three postings before being allowed to use the PM facility."

If you reply to this, that will be your 3rd posting so I should then be able to send you a personal message. You get notifications of personal messages right at the top of this page.

Thanks, Hilary

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« Reply #32 on: Tuesday 05 October 10 08:06 BST (UK) »
Hi, if my Fanny is the right one I have got a lot of confirmed facts for her. from her 2nd marriage until her death, all census from 1851 and her family up to me. I am willing to pass on. I have been looking for the link for a few years now. I am so pleased I have found this site,

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Re: Hollands from Horsham
« Reply #33 on: Tuesday 25 January 11 02:40 GMT (UK) »
Hi we have been in contact before re William and Martha Holland my connection being Fanny born 1822, was just wondering if you have got any further with her marriage to a Mr Sharp/Sharpe prior to 1851. 

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Re: Hollands from Horsham
« Reply #34 on: Saturday 07 June 14 09:56 BST (UK) »
hi all , I am completely new to family histories , my mother asked me if I could find anything out and probably by sheer luck I have got to ann Holland 1769 as being my g x5 grandmother , any information on phillip Holland and mary greenfield would be great , regards mickey

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Re: Hollands from Horsham
« Reply #35 on: Saturday 07 June 14 10:30 BST (UK) »
Hi Mickey
Ann Holland is also my great Grandmother x4. Daughter of Phillip Holland & Mary Greenfield.  I have Mary Greenfield's line going back to the 1550's on her monther's side.  Phillip Holland's has proved to be more complicated with several of the same name at that time.  Although several Holland lines do go back to 1550 & beyond with interesting Wills & land records. 

How are you descended from Ann Holland? Do you have the Leggett information also? as these go way back also.

Gary
 
Burgess, Saxby, Dann - Brenchley, Kent (1545-1900)
Glock, Schmetzer, Düll, Schúmm, Schúld, Köttler, Wirth, Häffner, König, Biber, Abel, Biller, Spörer, Niclaús, Schimpff, Linder, Meüder, Langenfelder, Keller - Württemberg, Germany (1525-1800)
Sainty, Smith - Cambridgeshire (1530-1850)
Choice - Warwickshire (1790-1840)
Gladman, Leggatt, Ovenden, Brizenden, Errwicker - Sussex (1660-1935)
Jocelyn - Hertfordshire (900-1550)
Graves - Norfolk (1750-1800)
Lindsell, Wiseman, Glascock - Essex (1345-1770)