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Ade family
« on: Sunday 28 November 10 21:59 GMT (UK) »
My husband's Ade family have been in Wilmington, Alfriston Rodmell, Lewes areas of East Sussex since about 1400.  Just wondering if there are any other Ade descendants out there that I have not been in contact with.  My husband's family are descended from Charles Ade who used to live at Milton Court Farm, Wilmington.
Charles, Gregory, John, Catherine and Thomas are the christian names that have been used many times in the Ade family.
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Re: Ade family
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 04 December 10 09:45 GMT (UK) »
Genes Reunited have over 200 'Ade' entries for Wilmington (1682-1898) 78 entries for Alfriston (1720-1816) and 8 for Rodmell (1628-1741).  There may be some amongst those that you have yet to contact.
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Re: Ade family
« Reply #2 on: Saturday 04 December 10 12:03 GMT (UK) »
Grouty

St John Sub Castro in Lewes has several Ade and variant baptisms and burials:

Baptisms

1735   Nov   7   Ade   William Britton   m      Stephen   Elizabeth         
1737   Mar   20   Ade   Jane   f      Stephen   Elizabeth   OTP      
1742   May   1   Ade   John   m      Stephen   Elizabeth         
1761   Sep   10   Ade   John   m      John   Mary         
1815   Aug   20   Ade   George Frederick   m      George   Elizabeth   OTP   Servant   
1824   Aug   15   Ade   Mary Ann   f      George   Mary Ann   OTP   Servant   
1828   May   25   Ade   Julia   f         Frances   OTP   Servant   
1843   Apr   2   Ade   George Stapley   m   s   Stapley   Caroline   North St   Painter   
1733   Mar   7   Aide   Elizabeth   f      Stephen    Elizabeth   

Burials
1739   May   20   Ade   Jane   f   Jane d Stephen & Elizabeth         
1742   January   31   Ade   John   m   John s Stephen & Eliz:         
1745   June   30   Ade   Thomas   m   Thomas s Stephen & Elizth         
1759   September   26   Ade   Elisebeth   f   elisebeth the widow of Stephen, under ye South Window         
1781   January   14   Ade   Mary   f   Mary, wife of John.         
1795   December   13   Ade   Mary   f   Wife of John Junr         637
1752   December   24   Ade   Stephen   m   Stephen, Under the South Window
1828   September   21   Ade   Julia   f      0.5   OTP               
1819   December   16   Ade   Mary   f      83                  
1825   October   9   Ade   Mary   f      1.2                  
1812   February   7   Ade   Samuel   m      56      620            
1853   January   23   Ade   Sarah   f      75         Wife, Married      North St   Newick
1860   January   16   Ade   Sarah   f      46   All Saints      Daughter, Unmarried      North St   Lewes
1855   January   28   Ade   Stapley   m      84         Husband, Married   Navigators Clerk   North St   Lewes
1806   August   15   Ade   William    m      21      620            
1830   January   27   Ade   William Edwin   m      0.9                        
1782   February   15   Ade   William Britten   m   William Britten, of St Michaels.

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Re: Ade family
« Reply #3 on: Saturday 04 December 10 12:09 GMT (UK) »
Grouty

Sorry, forgot to mention that if any of those are your ancestors, then there are two Headstones that have i have transcribed and photographed

Copies available if you require

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Re: Ade family
« Reply #4 on: Sunday 12 December 10 13:40 GMT (UK) »
Hello,

Does anyone recognise a John ADE, born c1832, who was transported to Australia in 1849?   He may have been the son of Maria ADE of Brightelmstone, but this is unproven.

He was "posted" to Muswellbrook in New South Wales after arrival in Australia and from that point onwards there is no trace.   My interest lies in research for a PhD as a mature student on Parkhurst Prison 1838-1864 and the reformation of juvenile offenders.

Thank you for your help

Tony Cocks

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Re: Ade family
« Reply #5 on: Sunday 12 December 10 15:28 GMT (UK) »
The index to the 1841 census lists a John Ade (b c1832) in the Kemp Town district of Brighton.  The same census index also lists a Maria Ade (b c 1811) in the same district.  You need someone that has access to the 1841 census itself to see if these two appear together and there is a match.
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Re: Ade family
« Reply #6 on: Sunday 12 December 10 15:42 GMT (UK) »
Hi Tony

Here is the 1841 entry, no sign of John after this census so looks a good match

George St Brighthelmstone
Maria Ade 30 Baker
William do 11
John do 9
Henry do 7
Maria do 6
Ann do 5
Eliza do 3
Lucy do 1
All born in county except Maria senior
HO107/1123/1/18 Pg27

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Re: Ade family
« Reply #7 on: Sunday 12 December 10 15:59 GMT (UK) »
Hello Roy and Jan,

Thank you for responding and "confirming" my feelings that I had found the correct John ADE and family background in 1841. 

Eight years later he is 12,000 miles away down under and  completely vanished.......despite my advertising through various on-line listings RootsWeb etc. nothing concrete, except his last sighting was at Musswellbrook north of Sydney in 1849.

For now

Tony


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Re: Ade family
« Reply #8 on: Sunday 12 December 10 17:21 GMT (UK) »
Looking at the records, it is possible that John may have been brought up in Brighton, but not born there.  The 1851 census for his elder siblings and IGI records suggest you should be looking at Hastings.  Only his youngest sister Lucy appears to have been born in Brighton.   
William, John, Maria & Ann all look to have been baptised in the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in Hastings as the children of William Ade and Maria nee Cox.   
The IGI records John's full name as John Wesley Ade, born 10th Feb 1832, baptised Hastings 11 March 1832. 

The 1840 Brighton Street directory lists 
BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. Ade William, 27 George st, an address which would seem to tie in with the 1841 census
There also numerous shoemaking apprentice indentures under that name in the National Archives Index, several mentioning Brighton & Hastings.

The National Archives also state that on 1846 Sept, ADE John, 14, labourer of Brighton was sentenced to Transportation for 7yrs. Ref: QR/918 - 1846 Sept     
Perhaps the local papers for September 1846 can tell you what his crime was.

Dont know whether Maria was a widow by 1841 but a William Ade died in Marylebone in that year and then some of the children turn up in that area in 1851.

Roy G