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Re: Worthingtons and Standings of Hassocks / Burgess Hill area
« Reply #18 on: Friday 22 July 11 19:46 BST (UK) »
I think this is Charlotte's family in 1841


HO107   Piece:  382   Book/Folio:  13/21   Page:  12     
 North Street, Ropley

NORGATE, Gorge   M   40         Hampshire      
NORGATE, Sarah   F   38         Hampshire      
NORGATE, Charlotte   F   14         Hampshire      
NORGATE, Wm   M           11         Hampshire      
NORGATE, Eliza   F   8         Hampshire      
NORGATE, Henry   M    6               Hampshire
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Re: Worthingtons and Standings of Hassocks / Burgess Hill area
« Reply #19 on: Sunday 24 July 11 17:57 BST (UK) »
This is fantastic! I have been searching for michael worthingtons wife -Mary. I was trying to find her maiden name but no success so far- any ideas on that!? Also I was wondering how to try and find pictures of all of the people mentioned? Any further help is greatly appreciated xx
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Re: Worthingtons and Standings of Hassocks / Burgess Hill area
« Reply #20 on: Sunday 24 July 11 18:06 BST (UK) »
Looks like he married twice - 1838 to a Fanny, who he is with in 1851 census, and the Mary you mention in late 1850s .....

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Re: Worthingtons and Standings of Hassocks / Burgess Hill area
« Reply #21 on: Sunday 24 July 11 18:17 BST (UK) »
Thanks mort.
Any ideas on the surnames of these ladies?
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Re: Worthingtons and Standings of Hassocks / Burgess Hill area
« Reply #22 on: Sunday 24 July 11 18:42 BST (UK) »
Hi

As Mort said, if you use Freebmd you can find these marriages. Just put in the groom's name and the first name of the bride, rough dates and Hampshire. It gives these results

Marriages
Dec 1859
 
Turner    Mary          
Worthington    Micheal   
Alresford    2c   270


Marriage Dec 1838   

HOARE    Fanny        
WORTHINGTON    Michael       
 Winchester &c.    7   335
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Re: Worthingtons and Standings of Hassocks / Burgess Hill area
« Reply #23 on: Friday 10 February 12 20:18 GMT (UK) »
Worthington - Ropley & Sussex

I'm researching Worthingtons of Ropley.  Michael, son of Michael & Fanny, joined the R Navy & ended up in Portsmouth.  Think he was my husband's gt grandfather.  Bit of a mystery though as to whether he was or his brother was!

One of the Worthington family, an infant, was buried with a Hoare member in a common grave in Portsmouth, too.