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  • Animal Sanctuary Needs Volunteer Workmen

    Hello, Greenacres Animal Sanctuary on Stubb Lane houses mostly cats who have been subjected to dreadful ill treatment. They are in desparate need of help from semi skilled retired volunteers in order to build more sheds and small wooden huts as shelter. The wood is generously being supplied by a local company and the small ... read more

  • Brede Cemetery-Du Gue

    Information in old letters said my family were buried in Brede cemetery. I would like to find these graves, any help appreciated. Lorraine ... read more

  • Fuller Family

    I am looking for any information there may be about the Fuller family in Brede and then Rye. Does anyone else share my interest? Jean ... read more

  • Springfield Cottages, Cackle Street

    Springfield (cottages) Cackle Street, Brede Hi, I am trying to find out when the properties now known as Springfield Cottages were given this name. They are a terrace of old houses possibly dating back to the 1700s. I have printed out all the census entries for Cackle Street but am trying to pin down the ... read more

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  • Selmes Family History

    If there are any family historians / genealogists who are interested in the Selmes family (occasional spelling Selms) from Brede or any other parishes in East Sussex (or anywhere around the world), then please leave a message as I may be able to help with info or connections. I have direct Selmes ancestry myself and ... read more

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  • Looking for Property to Rent

    Hi there, I am looking to move back to Brede. I lived there with my parents who built a house there in Cackle Street. Sadly my mum died in a car accident in 1999 and my dad sold the house and moved on, I now have a family of my own and would love to ... read more

  • Blake / Black(e) Family from Brede

    My GG grandmother was Shelomith BLAKE who was born in 1839 and married William JOLLY in 1860. Her parents were Stephen BLAKE (1767-1867) and Philla JARRETT (1801-1883) – Stephen was a cooper in Brede. Her siblings were Sarah, Philla, Mary, Jane (who married a RICHARDSON) and Elizabeth (who married a FUGGLE) Many of these are ... read more

  • Welfare Family

    Hi, I’m desperately trying to find the mother of my ancester Charles Welfare, born Brede in 1831. I have his marriage certificate for 1852, and there is no father listed! I’ve been looking through and have found a link to an unmarried lady called Mary Hider welfare, but i really need to try and prove ... read more

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  • Padghams / Gaine

    Looking for any information on the Padgham family and the Gaine family from Brede c 1750 or earlier. Terri ... read more

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  • Richardson Family

    If anybody is researching connections to the Richardson family from Brede, I have a lot of data from the parish registers, census, etc and contacts with others researching their Richardson roots, so may be able to help you. I have connections via my 3xgreat grandmother Rose Richardson born at Brede in 1796. Best wishes Caroline ... read more

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Animal Sanctuary Needs Volunteer Workmen

Hello, Greenacres Animal Sanctuary on Stubb Lane houses mostly cats who have been subjected to dreadful ill treatment. They are … more

Brede Cemetery-Du Gue

Information in old letters said my family were buried in Brede cemetery. I would like to find these graves, any … more

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