I managed to take a couple of photographs of the baptisms displayed in St Andrews Church in Beddingham, Sussex. At some point I will add them to a database.
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Family records may well contain records of an ancestors work, in particular apprenticeships. There were two types of apprenticeships, the first was for trade apprentices who had to be between 10 and 18 and the second came under the Poor Law Act of 1601 in which children of poor parents were indentured to a trade […]
Family Bibles are a very good source of information for finding about your family. They were published from the nineteenth century and included blank pages in which you could record important pieces of information like births, baptisms, marriages, deaths and burials. These were then passed down from generation to generation and subsequent information could then […]
The following Webb ancestors were involved in the First World War. Charles Webb 1889-1971, was in the Coldstream Guards and was a survivor of The Battle of Mons. He was mentioned in Despatches on 1st January 1916. William Charles Webb (1884-1955), Chief Mechanician on a number of Royal Navy ships. John Reginald Webb (1890-1915), a […]
Digitisation of First World War unit diaries now complete | The National Archives. 08 April 2013 For the past few months we have been digitising part of the WO 95 record series, which consists of unit war diaries from the First World War. The series is one of the most requested in our reading rooms […]
Sarah Hiscock, daughter of Robert Hiscock and Ann Noakes, was born in 1775 in Salehurst, Sussex, England, was christened on 16 Aug 1775 in St Mary the Virgin, Salehurst, Sussex, England, died on 20 Feb 1859 in Catsfield, Sussex, England aged 84, and was buried in 1859 in St Lawrence, Catsfield, Sussex, England. General Notes: […]
I spent the Easter weekend travelling to Ashington and Washington in search of some Sayers family who might be connected to my mothers side of the family the Barhams. Not much success in Washington but took a number of pictures of Golds family members who might be related. Pictures from St Mary’s, Washington In Ashington […]