Author Topic: FIELD in Ticehurst 1861-1911. Occ: Butcher, Publican  (Read 9691 times)

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Re: FIELD in Ticehurst 1861-1911. Occ: Butcher, Publican
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 16 September 14 09:26 BST (UK) »
Post number three...hopefully I can send you a PM now!!

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Re: FIELD in Ticehurst 1861-1911. Occ: Butcher, Publican
« Reply #10 on: Monday 10 November 14 21:44 GMT (UK) »
Hello John and all the other Field Searchers,
My name is Paul William Mower the son of May Florence Mower nee Field.of Battersea, London.
My Grandfather was John Thomas Field also of Battersea.
My Great Grandfather was Benjamin Field born 1853 in Ticehurst, Sussex.
The William born 1818 in your record is the brother of My Great Great Grandfather, Samuel born 1814 in Ticehurst.
From this point we are linked through the pedigree to Thomas Field, farmer of ( Lower Hazelhurst Farm,Ticehurst aka the Quarter), born 1773 in Wadhurst, Sussex and his wife Elizabeth Burges born 1784 also in Wadhurst.
The final link is Joseph Field born C1740 and his wife Martha Baker born C1740. That's as far as I can go!
From one Field distant cousin to another!
All the best in your quest!
 Kind regards, Paul from Telford, Shropshire, U.K.

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Re: FIELD in Ticehurst 1861-1911. Occ: Butcher, Publican
« Reply #11 on: Wednesday 19 November 14 16:04 GMT (UK) »
Hi Paul,

Welcome to the Field search. You have got as far back as I have, Joseph Field (b 1740). It would be great to go back further but I have the inconvenience of a full time job which just seems to take up all my time unfortunately  ;)

My link to you is William Field (b 1880) who is the father to my great grandfather Clarence (b 1854) He went on to have 9 children (7 surviving), one being my grandfather Ernest.

I am friends with another distant relation who I met through an RAF kids page on FaceBook. Her mothers name was the same as ours and they had also been to the same overseas postings as us. She mentioned that her family orginated from Ticehurst and that is where we made the connection. Her great grandfather is Jacob Field (b 1844) another son of William.

Please keep us updated if you manage to get any further than 1740. One day I will find the time!

Kind regards

Sallie

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Re: FIELD in Ticehurst 1861-1911. Occ: Butcher, Publican
« Reply #12 on: Tuesday 28 May 19 07:07 BST (UK) »
Hi all,
I would like to thank Paul Mower for the information I was missing. My name is Brian Field and I live in Brisbane, Australia. Here is my tree:
Brian Field 1960's
Douglas Field 1940's
Albert Charles Field 1925-1989
William Field
Charles Edward Foster Field
Benjamin Field 1812-1893
Benjamin Field 1836-1868
Benjamin Field 25th January 1794- d1848
Thomas Field farmer (lower Hazelhurst Farm) 1773 in Wadhurst and Married Elizabeth Burges b 1784 Wadhurst
Joseph Field C1740 and wife Martha Baker


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Re: FIELD in Ticehurst 1861-1911. Occ: Butcher, Publican
« Reply #13 on: Tuesday 28 May 19 09:06 BST (UK) »
Welcome to Rootschat.
There is a burial of a Joseph Field at Wadhurst, 31 Oct 1828
Widower, age 92
Abode Ticehurst

Could that be the man?
A baptism at Ticehurst, 29 August 1736, Joseph, son of Edward Field & Mary his wife

Images available on FamilySearch.
In his will, proved 11 September 1762 at Lewes, Edward Field of Ticehurst names many children, including son Joseph Field.

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Re: FIELD in Ticehurst 1861-1911. Occ: Butcher, Publican
« Reply #14 on: Wednesday 29 May 19 00:04 BST (UK) »
Hi Jonw65,
This may well be the added information regarding Joseph.
Thanking you,
Brian Field