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Title: Re: Sussex Record Society
Post by: seyelmib on Saturday 01 September 12 23:00 BST (UK)
I am looking for the baptismal record of Mary Josephine McFadden, born 25 August 1811, Chichester, Sussex.  If you can be of any help on this I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you
Title: Re: Sussex Record Society
Post by: ladynicotine on Tuesday 04 September 12 18:57 BST (UK)
Hi

Sorry for the delay in replying.  I don't have baptism records for Chichester itself, but I've checked the records that I do have access to (Cuckfield, Ardingly, Cowfold & Glynde) and can confirm that Mary wans't baptised in any of these places before the end of 1812.

Not much help I'm afraid, but at least it's a postive negative....

Lady N
Title: Re: Sussex Record Society
Post by: Edward Scott on Tuesday 04 September 12 19:21 BST (UK)
I would be interested in any licence information on the marriage of Francis Philip Bedingfeld & Mary Delecia Rose at Hastings on 15th March 1815. I am not sure of this would fall under Lewes or Chichester.

Thanks

Edward
Title: Re: Sussex Record Society
Post by: ladynicotine on Wednesday 05 September 12 14:27 BST (UK)
Hi Edward

Looks like it must be Chichester - I can't find anything in my Lewes register, & I'm afraid my Chichester records end in 1730. :(

Lady N
Title: Re: Sussex Record Society
Post by: Edward Scott on Saturday 08 September 12 15:50 BST (UK)
That's a shame, thanks for looking

Edward
Title: Re: Sussex Record Society
Post by: MattD30 on Wednesday 14 December 16 02:48 GMT (UK)
Do you know if these books are available online anywhere?

Matt
Title: Re: Sussex Record Society
Post by: sillgen on Wednesday 14 December 16 08:18 GMT (UK)
The Sussex Family History Society have a lot of church records available for members.   It is a reasonable subscription too.   
Which place are you looking for?    I have some of the books.   You can buy recent editions too.
Title: Re: Sussex Record Society
Post by: MattD30 on Wednesday 14 December 16 22:38 GMT (UK)
The Sussex Family History Society have a lot of church records available for members.   It is a reasonable subscription too.   
Which place are you looking for?    I have some of the books.   You can buy recent editions too.

Hi there

Thanks for that, I will see if I can find the website. I'm looking to check some christenings, marriages and burials in Worth and Ifield from the mid 16th century to late 17th and some in Worth and East Grinstead in the early 18th century. I'd also like to look for some information in wills and possible ipms. A lot of my ancestors are from Sussex and so I'm keen to find out as much from these sources as I can.

Matt
Title: Re: Sussex Record Society
Post by: sillgen on Thursday 15 December 16 08:24 GMT (UK)
http://www.sfhg.org.uk/

There was a thread about wills on the Sussex board recently which may help
http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=760252.0
Title: Re: Sussex Record Society
Post by: MattD30 on Friday 16 December 16 23:56 GMT (UK)
http://www.sfhg.org.uk/

There was a thread about wills on the Sussex board recently which may help
http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=760252.0

Thanks for that. I knew there were SFHG publications online but I wasn't sure of the web address.

Matt
Title: Re: Sussex Record Society
Post by: Mike Clifford on Sunday 02 December 18 17:53 GMT (UK)
Hello,

Is it possible to advise what informaton there is in Volume 33 on the Pelland family.  I believe that pages 44, 49 and 88 are particularly relevant.

Thanks,

Mike Clifford
Title: Re: Sussex Record Society
Post by: ladynicotine on Tuesday 04 December 18 19:59 GMT (UK)
Hello Mike

Sorry for the delay.  Information on Pelland family as follows:

Paragraph 169 (pp 44/5)
JOHN PELLAND.  Died [blank].

Edward Pelland.  B.843.  Died 19 Sept. 42 Eliz.
Messuage and lands etc., belonging to it in Chittingly, 26s. 8d.
Messuage and lands etc., belonging to it in Ripe held of honor of Aquila by kts. service, 20s.  Messuage in parish of St. Pancras and 1/2 of 1/3 of the advowson of the rectory of little Hamptonett held of m. of Estgrenwich, 5s.

Lands in *Lotheley held of Thomas Pelham esq. of his m. of Foxhunt, 10d.  Messuage and lands etc., belonging to it in Hellingly held in chief, 33s. 4d.

Paragraph 183 (pg 49)
EDWARD PELLAND.  Died 12 Sept. 30 Eliz.

Edward Pelland son and heir.  B. 842. Died 12 Dec.
Messuage or cottage and lands in Lindfeild called Plomer deane and Northlandes containing 30 acres held in soccage in chief, 20s.  Messuage granary and lands called Briggers alias Bridgers and Ashurst in Coockfeild containing 70 acres land and annual rent of 12d. from a meadow called Ashurst Meade held in soccage in chief, 20s.

Paragraph 183a. (pg 49)
EDWARD PELLAND.  [MS.]

Edward Pelland.
Messuage and lands in Firle containing 20 acres land held of Q. of her honor of Aquila by kts. service, 20s.

Paragraph 97 (pg 22)
RICHARD PELLETT esq.  Died 21 Jan. 29 Eliz.

Benjamin Pellett son.  B. 845.
M. or Charleton alias Charlton Ashurst next Stenninge in Ashurst and Steninge held in chief, 40 6s. 8d.

There is also a reference in paragraph 28 (pg 10)
STEPHEN BOORD father.  Died 20 Aug. 9 Eliz.

George Boord son.  A. 37.  B. 148.
Add. et Var...Poyntills in Ashurst held of Richard Pellett gen. of m. of Charlton 2., worth 40s.

Given the different spelling, I'm  not sure if the references in paragraphs 97 & 28 are the same family.  In the index Richard is listed under PELLAND, but Benjamin is under PELLETT.

Page 88 is the index page listing Pelland references.

Abbreviations/markings as follows:

A=Sussex Record Society, Vol. iii.  B=Sussex Record Society, Vol. xiv.  Kt = Knight.  K. = King.  Q. = Queen.  M. = Manor.
* = Sic. M.S.

Punctuation and spelling as in original.

Hope it helps.

Lady N.
Title: Re: Sussex Record Society
Post by: Mike Clifford on Wednesday 05 December 18 11:01 GMT (UK)
Hello Lady N,

That is indeed very helpful.  Thank you for your assistance.  I now have fairly good records for this branch of the Pellands back to ca1500 and would be pleased to share them with any one who is interested in this family.

The name Pelland / Pellond / Pellam (as distinct from Pelham) does not seem to appear in Sussex earlier than that and I have evidence suggesting that perhaps they originated in Kent in the Goudhurst / Tenterden area.

I'd welcome information that would help to clarify these relationships which I am investigating on behalf of a neighbour.

Mike
Title: Re: Sussex Record Society
Post by: Alilenny on Thursday 18 June 20 14:09 BST (UK)
I would be interested in any licence information on the marriage of Francis Philip Bedingfeld & Mary Delecia Rose at Hastings on 15th March 1815. I am not sure of this would fall under Lewes or Chichester.

Thanks

Edward


I know this is an old post, but I am researching Francis Philip BEDINGFELD and Mary Delitia ? Delicia ROSE. Would love to get any info you may have to help me on my quest researching there lines. Thanks
Title: Re: Sussex Record Society
Post by: Edward Scott on Friday 19 June 20 13:49 BST (UK)
Any further discussion on a specific topic should probably be done via PM's. However you need to make 2 further posts before you can use the messaging system.

What is your link / interest to this couple?
Title: Re: Sussex Record Society
Post by: Alilenny on Sunday 21 June 20 02:51 BST (UK)
Any further discussion on a specific topic should probably be done via PM's. However you need to make 2 further posts before you can use the messaging system.

What is your link / interest to this couple?
Title: Re: Sussex Record Society
Post by: Edward Scott on Sunday 21 June 20 13:09 BST (UK)
One more & you can send me a PM