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E300026293
Book:Quakers in Ifield for Three Hundred Years 1676 to 1976:1976
Author: Hanson, Ellen
Author: Warner, Renate
Author: Friends Meeting House (Ifield)
Year: 1976
Format: Book
Class no: IFIELD289.6, CRAWLEY289.6
ISBN: E300026293
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Book:Friends House Registers of Births, Marriages and Deaths 1650-1837, Persons Living in the Parishes of Charlwood, Crawley, Horley, Ifield, Leigh, Newdigate, Rusper and Worth:1974
Author: Friends Meeting House (Ifield)
Author: Shelley, Jean (Jean M)
Year: 1974
Format: Book
Class no: 929.3, 289.6
ISBN: E300038976
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Publication Year: 1914
Media type: Other material
West Green Church of England School, West Green, Crawley. Pupils pose for a photograph in the school yard. Mr Wilton the headmaster stands to the left of the image. A female teacher stands on the right. The children are arranged in three tiered lines. A boy at the front holds a slate board which says 'Crawley 2'. The girls mostly wear white smock aprons. The boys wear dark suits with white collars. Three boys have medals pinned to them. Situated in Ifield Road, the school had originally been known as the National School. It was founded by Mrs Sarah Robinson (a local philanthropist and Quaker) and open to all children, regardless of religious denomination. It was later closed to children whose parents did not attend church and became known as West Green Church of England School. The school closed in 1955 and moved to a new building in Ifield. Roger Bastable Collection
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Publication Year: 1939
Media type: Other material
West Green Church of England School, Ifield Road, West Green, Crawley. A class of girls and boys sit and stand behind their desks and look up towards the camera. On the front desk a sign reads 'Crawley C-E School Class 1'. The school had originally been known as the National School. It was founded by Mrs Sarah Robinson, a local philanthropist and Quaker, and open to all children, regardless of religious denomination. It was later closed to children whose parents did not attend church and became known as West Green Church of England School. The school closed in 1955 and moved to a new building in Ifield. Images from: 'Crawley: A Pictorial History' by Roger Bastable. Roger Bastable Collection.
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Publication Year: 1901
Media type: Other material
West Green Church of England School, West Green, Crawley. Pupils pose for a class photograph. The boys and girls sit behind long fixed desks with pencils in right hand. The girls wear white pinafores and the boys mostly wear dark suit jackets with large white collars. A female teacher and headmaster Mr Wilton (headmaster from 1904) stand behind the class. Situated in Ifield Road, the school had originally been known as the National School. It was founded by Mrs Sarah Robinson (a local philanthropist and Quaker) and open to all children, regardless of religious denomination. It was later closed to children whose parents did not attend church and became known as West Green Church of England School. The school closed in 1955 and moved to a new building in Ifield. Roger Bastable Collection.
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Publication Year: 1914
Media type: Other material
West Green Church of England School, West Green, Crawley. Pupils sit in pairs at wooden desks and pose for a class photograph. The girls sit on one side of the classroom and the boys on the other. The girls wear white pinafores and the boys dark suits or jumpers with white shirt collars. Some wear ties. Mr Wilton, the headmaster, stands at the back of the class. Gladys Denman, mother of Nadine Hygate, is in the front Row, second from the right.
Situated in Ifield Road, the school had originally been known as the National School. It was founded by Mrs Sarah Robinson (a local philanthropist and Quaker) and open to all children, regardless of religious denomination. It was later closed to children whose parents did not attend church and became known as West Green Church of England School. The school closed in 1955 and moved to a new building in Ifield. Roger Bastable Collection.
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Artist: Frederick Henty
Publication Year: 1914
Media type: Other material
Publisher: Frederick Henty, Crawley
Crawley & Ifield Cottage Hospital, Robinson Road, Crawley. Photograph taken from the road showing front of hospital with gable, bay window, sash windows, tile hung upper floor. Sign on front "Crawley & Ifield Cottage Hospital". Two nurses stand in the foreground and two children peer out of the upper hospital windows. Originally built by Mrs Sarah Robinson, a local philanthropist and Quaker as a training home for young girls, the building became a cottage hospital in 1896, and functioned as a hospital until the 1930s. Previously known as New Road and Church Road, Robinson Road was re-named in the late 1920s after Mrs Sarah Robinson, whose fundraising efforts also led to the building of what was originally knows as the British School. Original loaned and then subsequently donated by Irene Henty. Frederick Henty Collection. Roger Bastable Project.
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Publication Year: 1914
Media type: Other material
Publisher: A. E. Willett, Crawley, 103739
Crawley & Ifield Cottage Hospital, Robinson Road, Crawley. Photograph of a postcard taken from the road showing front of hospital with gable, bay window, sash windows, tile hung upper floor. Sign on front "Crawley & Ifield Cottage Hospital". Child in right foreground, street light/lamp post. Original postcard postmarked 3 October 1906. Originally built by Mrs Sarah Robinson, a local philanthropist and Quaker as a training home for young girls, the building became a cottage hospital in 1896, and functioned as a hospital until the 1930s. Previously known as New Road and Church Road, Robinson Road was re-named in the late 1920s after Mrs Sarah Robinson, whose fundraising efforts also led to the building of what was originally knows as the British School. Roger Bastable Collection.
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Publication Year: 1949
Media type: Other material
Crawley school girls, Crawley. Girls from Crawley Council School, in Robinson Road, in front of what looks like two wheels of cheese with the words 'Finest New Zealand Empire Produce 10 per Lb' stamped on front. On the side of the door is part of a crate that advertises 'Quick Quaker Oats'. The photo was taken behind the old Co-op shop, later Pizza Hut site, between High Street and Ifield Road. From left: Gladys Howard (later Welfare), Pam George (later Mills), unknown, Queenie Tappenden, Rita Wells (later Smith), Yvonne Beaval, Dot Robinson and Mr Denman, manager of the Co-op and resident of Albany Road. Roger Bastable Collection.
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Publication Year: 1939
Media type: Other material
Ifield Road, Crawley. Looking west along the road with pavements and telegraph poles on both sides. On the left is a terrace of brick houses including in left foreground E. W. Fortescue Practical Upholsterer. At right behind a telegraph pole is West Green Church of Egland School, founded as the National School in 1825 by Sarah Robinson, a local philanthropist and Quaker. Three women, one carrying a baby, walk on the left pavement. Postcard with the title 'Ifield Rd & Schools'. Roger Bastable Collection.
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Publication Year: 1959
Media type: Other material
Friends meeting house, Langley Lane, Ifield. View across a wooden fence and a garden towards the meeting house paritally obscured by a tree in the background. The house was built c1676 by the Ifield Quaker group and is still in use in 2009. From folder CRA 5/5/3. Roger Bastable Project.
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Publication Year: 1945
Media type: Other material
Publisher: The R.A.P. Co. Ltd. London
Friends meeting house, Ifield, Crawley. Post-marked 1942, but image possibly earlier. The card states that the Friends meeting house in Ifield was founded in 1676. Roger Bastable Project.
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Publication Year: 1901
Media type: Other material
Pupils in the Church of England school, Ifield Road, Crawley. Children sit at their desks as they pose for a photograph. Most of the boys are wearing jackets and white collars, most of the girls are wearing pinafores or dresses. Standing in centre background is the headmaster, Mr Wilton. The school was founded in 1831 by Mrs by Sarah Robinson, a local philanthropist and Quaker. In the 1850s it became a school for children whose parents attended an Anglican church. Mrs Robinson then founded the British School in Post Office road, which was open to all children. Roger Bastable Collection.
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Bonwycks Place: Country property, formerly a Quaker meeting house dating to about 1630. Also includes staff bungalow and a pair of semi-detached cottages known as Mount Cottages. In total about 27 acres. Photographs and map included.
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Publication Year: 2007
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John Charman, son of John Charman of Worth, died 24/2/1797, aged 5 days. Buried 26/2/1797 at Ifield.
John Penifold, of Ifield, died 7/2/1797, aged 90 years. Buried 12/2/1797 at Ifield.
Joseph Sayers, cordwainer of Ifield, died 21/2/1797, aged 73 years. Buried 26/2/1797 at Ifield.
Mary Hall, wife of William Hall of Ifield, died 27/3/1797, aged 29 years. Buried 2/4/1797 at Ifield.
Eliza Charlwood, wife of John Charlwood of Charlwood, Surrey, died 26/3/1797, aged 82 years. Buried 2/4/1797 at Ifield.
Elizabeth Rickman, spinster of St Thomas in the Cliff, died 13/8/1797, aged 54 years. Buried 16/8/1797 at Lewes.
William Cruttenden, Notary Public of Thomas a Becket in The Cliff, died 15/10/1797, aged 32 years. Buried 18/10/1797 at Lewes.
Thomas Ravis, of Horsham, died 15/11/1797, aged 77 years. Buried 19/11/1797 at Reigate, Surrey.
Mary Ilman, of Worth, died 10/1/1798, aged 71 years. Buried 17/1/1798 at Ifield.
Elizabeth Carder, spinster of Lewes, died 17/1/1798, aged 61 years. Buried 24/1/1798 at Gardner Street, Hurstmonceux.
Hannah Humphry, of Charlwood, Surrey, died 14/2/1798, aged 80 years. Buried 23/2/1798 at Ifield.
Mary Heath, of Chichester, died 1/3/1798, aged 82 years. Buried 5/3/1798 at Chichester.
Tryphena Holloway, of Arundel, died 17/4/1798, aged 101 years. Buried 22/4/1798 at Arundel.
Nicholas Pennifold, weaver of Charlwood, Surrey, died 31/5/1798, aged 94 years. Buried 3/6/1798 at Ifield.
Tabitha Burge, daughter of William and Tabitha Burge [address not given], died 9/6/1798, aged 3 years and 5 months. Buried 14/6/1798 at Brighthelmstone.
Ann Mariah Dally, of Chichester, died 26/7/1798, aged 39 years. Buried 31/7/1798 at Chichester.
Elizabeth Thresher, daughter of Joseph and Margaret Thresher of Kelvedon, Essex, died 6/9/1798, aged 25 years. Buried 11/9/1798 at Brighthelmstone.
Caleb Akehurst, labourer of Cowfold, died 8/10/1798, aged 60 years. Buried 14/10/1798 at Horsham.
Elizabeth Prier, daughter of Jeremiah and Mary Prier of Brighthelmstone, died 23/10/1798, aged 8 months. Buried 28/10/1798 at Brighthelmstone.
William Deane, mealman of Horsham, died 17/1/1799, aged 75 years. Buried 23/1/1799 at Horsham.
Susanna Deane, wife of William Deane, mealman of Horsham, died 21/1/1799, aged 74 years. Buried 23/1/1799 at Horsham.
Ann Spencer, widow of Arundel, died 2/3/1799, aged 80 years. Buried 8/3/1799 at Arundel.
Sarah Chandler, wife of James Chandler, husbandman of Billingshurst, died 2/3/1799, aged 27 years. Buried 10/3/1799 at Horsham.
Felix Miller, of Chichester, died 12/3/1799, aged 12 years. Buried 15/3/1799 at Chichester.
John Gilbert, labourer of Staplefield Common, died 31/3/1799, aged 60 years. Buried 7/4/1799 at Horsham.
Richard Stedman, husbandman of Charlwood, Surrey, died 18/7/1789, aged 73 years. Buried 21/7/1799 at Ifield.
Thomas Coates, carpenter of Brighthelmstone, died 9/8/1799, aged 60 years. Buried 13/8/1799 at Brighthelmstone.
Henry Martin, of Brighthelmstone, died 2/9/1799, aged 9 days. Buried 5/9/1799 at Brighthelmstone.
William Gocher, labourer of Rottingdean, died 6/9/1799, aged 38 years. Buried 8/9/1789 at Brighthelmstone.
Elizabeth Martin, of Brighthelmstone, died 11/9/1799, aged 3 weeks. Buried 15/9/1799 at Brighthelmstone.
Samuel Rickman snr, of The Cliff,, Lewes, died 21/11/1799, aged 79 years. Buried 25/11/1799 at Gardner Street, Hurstmonceux.
Susannah London, of Arundel, died 30/1/1800, aged 73 years. Buried 2/2/1800 at Arundel.
William Hall, carpenter of Ifield, died 10/2/1800, aged not given. Buried 16/2/1800 at Ifield.
John Cousins, weaver of Ifield, died 16/2/1800, aged 66 years. Buried 19/2/1800 at Ifield.
Thomas Summers jnr, hat maker of Horsham, died 29/5/1800, aged 33 1/2 years. Buried 1/6/1800 at Plaistow at Capel, Surrey.
Thomas Burr Hack, of Brighthelmstone, died 19/6/1800, aged 1 year 10 months. Buried 22/6/1800 at Brighthelmstone.
Mary Bristow, widow of Rusper, died 17/7/1800, aged 74 years. Buried 20/7/1800 at Ifield.
Jeremiah Prier, baker of Brighthelmstone, died 30/10/1800, aged 33 years 9 months. Buried 2/11/1800 at Brighthelmstone.
Susanna Cruttenden, widow of Thomas a Becket, Cliff, died 23/12/1800, aged 70 years. Buried 28/12/1800 at Lewes.
Sarah Fillery, of Crawley, died 19/2/1801, aged 70 years. Buried 22/2/1801 at Ifield.
Elizabeth Marten, widow of St John, Lewes, died 21/4/1801, aged 57 years. Buried 26/4/1801 at Lewes.
Charles Spencer, late of Arundel, died 6/5/1801, aged 53 years. Buried 8/5/1801 at The Retreat, near York.
John Waller, husbandman of Horsham, died 10/5/1801, aged 80 years. Buried 13/5/1801 at Horsham.
Thomas Akehurst, of Cowfold, died 23/6/1801, aged 66 years. Buried 28/6/1801 at Horsham.
Patience Charlwood, single woman of Newdigate, died 19/7/1801, aged 20 years. Buried 23/7/1801 at Ifield.
Sarah Hilton, daughter of John and Sarah Hilton of Brighthelmstone, died 26/7/1801, aged 15 years. Buried 29/7/1801 at Brighthelmstone.
Jane Coates, widow of Brighthelmstone, died 8/8/1801, aged 56 years. Buried 12/8/1801 at Brighthelmstone.
Joseph Humphry jnr, son of Joseph Smith Humphry of Balcombe, died 18/9/1801, aged 20 years. Buried 20/9/1801 at Ifield.
Richard Peters Rickman, merchant of Cliff, near Lewes, died 28/9/1801, aged 50 years. Buried 4/10/1801 at Lewes.
James Humphry, husbandman of Charlwood, Surrey. Late of Newdigate, died 26/11/1801, aged 80 years. Buried 3/12/1801 at Ifield.
John Likeman, baker of Brighthelmstone, died 21/2/1802, aged 24 years. Buried 25/2/1802 at Brighthelmstone.
Mary Beard, of Brighthelmstone, died 3/4/1802, aged 63 years. Buried 6/4/1802 at Rottingdean.
Mary Charlwood, wife of James Charlwood of Newdigate, died 20/6/1802, aged 62 years. Buried 27/6/1802 at Ifield.
Mary Sweetapple, daughter of John and Mary Sweetapple of Catshall, died 18/8/1802, aged 18 years. Buried 22/8/1802 at Godalming.
Samuel Bradford, merchant of Wandborough, Surrey, died 4/8/1802, aged 65 years. Buried 8/8/1802 at Guildford.
William Warner, of Capel, died 4/11/1802, aged 17 years. Buried 8/11/1802 at Capel.
Thomas Davey, corn chandler of St Thomas a Becket, Lewes, died 18/11/1802, aged 56 years. Buried 21/11/1802 at Lewes.
Martha Dally, widow of Chichester, died 4/12/1802, aged 74 years. Buried 9/12/1802 at Chichester.
John Charman, husbandman of Charlwood, Surrey, died 26/1/1803, aged 84 years. Buried 30/1/1803 at Ifield.
Sarah Tully, of Plaistow in Capel, died 9/2/1803, aged 63 years. Buried 14/2/1803 at Plaistow.
Margret Harman, of Reigate, died 16/2/1803, aged 72 years. Buried 20/2/1803 at Reigate, Surrey.
Mary Penfold, spinster of Guildford, died 20/2/1803, aged 78 years. Buried 27/2/1803 at Guildford, Surrey.
Mary Clark, of Godalming, died 9/4/1803, aged 67 years. Buried 15/4/1803 at Godalming, Surrey.
Elizabeth Slade, wife of William Slade coachmaker of Tottenham Court Road, Middlesex, died 2/5/1803, aged 36 years. Buried 8/5/1803 at Capel.
Sarah Gravely, wife of John Gravely, brewer of Kingston by Sea, died 26/5/1803, aged 23 years. Buried 30/5/1803 at Brighthelmstone.
Thomas Rickman, of Barcombe, died 6/6/1803, aged 85 years. Buried 12/6/1803 at Ifield.
George Vaux, of Reigate, died 17/3/1803, aged 80 years. Buried 23/3/1803 at Reigate, Surrey.
John Sweetapple, mealman of Catshall, died 20/8/1803, aged 44 years. Buried 26/8/1803 at Godalming, Surrey.
James Hack snr, merchant of Chichester, died 17/12/1803, aged 72 years. Buried 22/12/1803 at Chichester.
Susanna Ravis, widow of Horsham, died 12/1/1804, aged 65 years. Buried 15/1/1804 at Reigate, Surrey.
Mary Pollard, widow of James Pollard of Horsham, died 13/4/1804, aged 80 years. Buried 18/4/1804 at Horsham.
Jeremiah Dawes, hatter of Dorking, died 25/6/1804, aged 28years. Buried 29/6/1804 at Godalming, Surrey.
John Ockley, of Brockham, parish of Betchworth, died 14/7/1804, aged 49 years. Buried 22/7/1804 at Reigate, Surrey.
Elizabeth Kent, wife of Thomas Kent, bricklayer of Brighthelmstone, died 18/7/1804, aged 49 years. Buried 22/7/1804 at Brighthelmstone.
Thomas Burr Hack, son of Daniel Hack, linen draper, and Sarah of Brighthelmstone, died 16/8/1804, aged 1 year. Buried 19/8/1804 at Brighthelmstone.
William Chandler, son of William and Elizabeth Chandler of Guildford, died 23/8/1804, aged 9 months. Buried 28/8/1804 at Guildford, Surrey.
Frances Rickman, daughter of Thomas and Sarah Rickman of Lewes, died 2/9/1804, aged 23 years. Buried 7/9/1804 at Ifield.
Prudence Birkbeck, wife of Morrish Birkbeck jnr of Wandborough, Surrey, died 25/10/1804, aged 29 years. Buried 30/10/1804 at Guildford, Surrey.
Jeremiah Prior, farmer of Whites Green, Charlwood, Surrey, died 25/9/1804, aged 73 years. Buried 30/9/1804 at Ifield.
William Robinson, farmer of Charlwood, Surrey, died 12/11/1804, aged 75 years. Buried 18/11/1804 at Ifield.
Mary Waring, daughter of Sarah Waring of Godalming, died 23/3/1805, aged 45 years. Buried 31/3/1805 at Godalming, Surrey.
Richard Dawes, son of Wiiliam and Sarah Dawes of Guildford, died 28/7/1805, aged 3 years. Buried 31/7/1805 at Guildford, Surrey.
Thomas Humphrey, of Reigate, died 29/8/1805, aged 75 years. Buried 1/9/1805 at Reigate, Surrey.
Mary Hayllar, widow of Thomas Hayllar, farmer of Horsham, died 15/10/1805, aged 77 years. Buried 20/10/1805 at Horsham.
John Van Ruyven Philp, son of Joseph Ebenzer and Ann Philp of Brighthelmstone, died 26/10/1805, aged 7 months. Buried 29/10/1805 at Brighthelmstone.
Mary Caffin, daughter of Matthew Caffin, carpenter, and Johannah of Ifield, died 8/4/1806, aged 2 years 8 months. Buried 13/4/1806 at Ifield.
Richard Richardson, son of Richard and Hannah Richardson of London, died 29/4/1806, aged 3 months. Buried 4/5/1806 at Reigate, Surrey.
Hannah Richardson, wife of Richard Richardson of London, died 4/6/1806, aged 33 years. Buried 11/6/1806 at Reigate, Surrey.
Benjamin Chantler (a member of Southwark Monthly Meeting), son of Nathaniel Chantler of Horsham of Southwater, died 1/5/1806, aged 16 years. Buried 7/5/1806 at Horsham.
Priscilla Hack, daughter of Daniel and Sarah Hack of Brighthelmstone, died 4/6/1806, aged 3 months. Buried 6/6/1806 at Hertford.
Samuel Akehurst, labourer of Lower Beeding, died 7/8/1806, aged 74 years. Buried 10/8/1806 at Horsham.
Mary Prier, spinster of Brighthelmstone, died 11/9/1806, aged 37 years. Buried 14/9/1806 at Brighthelmstone.
Jno Trimmer, son of J. and Sarah Trimmer of Guildford, died 5/10/1806, aged 10 months. Buried 10/10/1806 at Godalming, Surrey.
Mary Prier, widow of Jeremiah Prier, farmer of Charlwood, Surrey, died 15/10/1806, aged 69 years. Buried 19/10/1806 at Ifield.
Mary Winter, of Arundel, died 16/10/1806, aged 45 years. Buried 19/10/1806 at Arundel.
Jn Westwood, son of Jn and Mary Westwood of Reigate, died 11/11/1806, aged 2 years. Buried 16/10/1806 at Reigate, Surrey.
Elizabeth Summers, wife of Thomas Summers, hat maker of Horsham, died 19/11/1806, aged 66 years. Buried 23/11/1806 at Horsham.
John Chandler, labourer of Godalming, died 22/11/1806, aged 69 years. Buried 25/11/1806 at Godalming.
Daniel Chantler, weaver of Charlwood, Surrey, died 29/12/1806, aged 72 years. Buried 2/1/1807 at Ifield.
Samuel Rickman, farmer of Hellingly Park, died 5/1/1807, aged 57 years. Buried 9/1/1807 at Gardner Street, Hurstmonceux.
Mary Chantler, widow of Daniel Chantler of Charlwood, Surrey, died 9/1/1807, aged 72 years. Buried 13/1/1807 at Ifield.
Mary Robinson, of Charlwood, Surrey, died 13/1/1807, aged 63 years. Buried 18/1/1807 at Ifield.
Maria Holmes, daughter of Joseph and Ann Holmes of Horsham, died 6/2/1807, aged 11 weeks. Buried 12/2/1807 at Horsham.
John Croker, of Godalming, died 15/4/1807, aged 67 years. Buried 19/4/1807 at Godalming, Surrey.
Thomas Chalk, mariner of Brighthelmstone, died 28/5/1807, aged 66 years. Buried 1/5/1807 at Brighthelmstone.
Mary Rickman, widow of Barcombe, died 28/4/1807, aged 81 years. Buried 5/5/1807 at Ifield.
Hannah Hack, of Chichester, died 25/5/1807, aged 18 years. Buried 31/5/1807 at Chichester.
Thomas Summers, of Horsham, died 30/6/1807, aged 67 years. Buried 5/7/1807 at Horsham.
Elizabeth Sanders, wife of Jn Sanders of Charlwood, Surrey, died 28/10/1807, aged 60 years. Buried 1/11/1807 at Charlwood, Surrey.
Elizabeth Sharp, daughter of Isaac Sharp, baker of Brighthelmstone, died 28/10/1807, aged 5 weeks. Buried 1/11/1807 at Brighthelmstone.
Lucy Rickman, of Lewes, died 13/12/1807, aged 35 years. Buried 16/12/1807 at Lewes.
Sarah Clark, widow of William Clark of Charlwood, Surrey, died 11/1/1808, aged 83 years. Buried 17/1/1808 at Ifield.
Richard Dawes, farmer of Telford, Surrey, died 13/2/1808, aged 78 years. Buried 19/2/1808 at Godalming, Surrey.
William Glaisyer, son of John Glaisyer, druggist, and Elizabeth of Brighthelmstone, died 14/2/1808, aged 4 months. Buried 18/2/1808 at Brighthelmstone.
Lidia Steel, wife of Jeremiah Steel, baker of St Thomas a Becket, Cliff, died 16/3/1808, aged 65 years. Buried 23/3/1808 at Lewes.
Sarah Goring, of Chichester, died 26/4/1808, aged 72 years. Buried 1/5/1808 at Chichester.
George Prior, son of Jeremiah and Mary Prior of Brighthelmstone, died 30/5/1808, aged 7 years. Buried 1/6/1808 at Lewes.
Benjamin Chantler, son of James and Lucy Chantler of Horsham, died 16/6/1808, aged 5 months. Buried 19/6/1808 at Horsham.
William Trimmer, ironmonger of Guildford, died 10/71808, aged 25 years. Buried 13/7/1808 at Godalming, Surrey.
Hannah Swan, wife of Joseph Swan, farmer of Capel, died 26/7/1808, aged 57 years. Buried 31/7/1808 at Capel, Surrey.
Lucy Marten, widow of Samuel Marten of Brighthelmstone, died 4/9/1808, aged 74 years. Buried 8/9/1808 at Brighthelmstone.
John Ady, son of Charles and Harriet Ady of Lewes, died 3/9/1808, aged 17 days. Buried 8/9/1808 at Lewes.
Ann Holmes, wife of Joseph Holmes junior of Horsham, died 17/9/1808, aged 38 years. Buried 22/9/1808 at Horsham.
Robert Sedden, of late of Nutfield, died 28/10/1808, aged 80 years. Buried 4/11/1808 at Reigate, Surrey.
Hannah Hounsom, wife of William Hounsom of Cowfold, died 31/10/1808, aged 70 years. Buried ?/11/1808 at Ifield.
Elizabeth Pedder, widow of Brighthelmstone, died 7/2/1809, aged 78 years. Buried 16/2/1809 at Brighthelmstone.
Sarah Marsh, widow of Esher, Surrey, died 18/2/1809, aged 68 years. Buried 26/2/1809 at Guildford, Surrey.
Samuel Miller, tailor of Chichester, died 23/2/1809, aged 60 years. Buried 28/2/1809 at Chichester.
Priscilla Deane, daughter of William and Margaret Deane of Horsham, died 10/3/1809, aged 14 years. Buried 16/3/1809 at Horsham.
Sarah Rickman, wife of Joseph Rickman [illegible word] of The Cliff,, near Lewes, died 4/4/1809, aged 62 years. Buried 16/4/1809 at Lewes.
Sarah Bourn Sharp, of Brighthelmstone, died 23/5/1809, aged 6 months. Buried 28/5/1809 at Brighthelmstone.
Henry Trimmer, son of John and Sarah Trimmer of Guildford, died 20/6/1809, aged 2 years. Buried 23/6/1809 at Guildford, Surrey.
Jeremiah Miller, cooper of West Dean, died 25/6/1809, aged 64 years. Buried 29/6/1809 at Chichester.
Thomas Dann, yeoman of Nutfield, died 10/8/1809, aged 68 years. Buried 16/8/1809 at Reigate, Surrey.
Ann Miller, widow of John Miller, draper of late of Ware, Herts, died 9/8/1809, aged 54 years. Buried 16/8/1809 at Reigate, Surrey.
Sarah Dawes, daughter of William Dawes, hatmaker, and Sarah of Horsham, died 10/9/1809, aged 12 years. Buried 13/9/1809 at Horsham.
Milcha Geale, of Hurstmonceux, died 15/10/1809, aged 76 years. Buried 22/10/1809 at Gardner Street, Hurstmonceux.
John Chantler, miller of Southwater, died 25/10/1809, aged 24 years. Buried 29/10/1809 at Horsham.
William Peto, carpenter of Godalming, died 26/10/1809, aged 83 years. Buried 29/10/1809 at Godalming, Surrey.
Thomas Sayers, husbandman of Newdigate, Surrey, died 27/10/1809, aged 53 years. Buried 1/11/1809 at Capel.
Thomas Chantler, weaver of Ifield, died 4/11/1809, aged 69 years. Buried 8/11/1809 at Ifield.
Henry Bass, tallow chandler of Brighthelmstone, died 10/11/1809, aged 29 years. Buried 16/11/1809 at Brighthelmstone.
Tabitha Hilton, widow of Brighthelmstone, died 26/11/1809, aged 80 years. Buried 30/11/1809 at Brighthelmstone.
John Charlwood, son of James and Martha Charlwood of Newdigate, Surrey, died 15/2/1810, aged 1 year. Buried 18/2/1810 at Ifield.
Richard Dann, of Reigate, died 3/4/1810, aged 39 years. Buried 8/4/1810 at Reigate, Surrey.
Ann Tully, of Horsham, died 5/3/1810, aged 85 years. Buried 9/3/1810 at Horsham.
Mary Chatfield, of Ditchling, died 1/8/1810, aged 78 years. Buried 7/8/1810 at Rottingdean.
John Peto, carpenter of Godalming, died 20/9/1810, aged 42 years. Buried 24/9/1810 at Godalming, Surrey.
Margaret Godlee, daughter of Jno and Mary Godlee of Cliff, near Lewes, died 2/10/1810, aged 7 months. Buried 7/10/1810 at Lewes.
Jane Mitchell, widow of Brighthelmstone, died 23/10/1810, aged 80 years. Buried 28/10/1810 at Brighthelmstone.
Thomas Chandler, mealman of Guildford, died 8/11/1810, aged 38 years. Buried 14/11/1810 at Guildford, Surrey.
Mary Ann Sharp, daughter of Isaac Sharp, baker, and Mary of Brighthelmstone, died 21/12/1810, aged 9 months. Buried 27/12/1810 at Brighthelmstone.
John Charman, husbandman of Worth, died 17/1/1811, aged 60 years. Buried Jan 1811 at Ifield.
Sarah Trimmer, wife of John Trimmer of Guildford, died 27/2/1811, aged 30 years. Buried 5/3/1811 at Guildford, Surrey.
Maria Rickman, daughter of Nathaniel and Mary Rickman of Hailsham, died 23/3/1811, aged 7 months. Buried 28/3/1811 at Gardner Street, Hurstmonceux.
Nathan Gravely, miller of Keymer, died 19/5/1811, aged 28 years. Buried 23/5/1811 at Brighthelmstone.
Ann Leach, No parents given of Chichester, died 26/5/1811, aged 8 weeks. Buried 29/5/1811 at Chichester.
Hannah Chantler, wife of Nathaniel Chantler, farmer of Horsham, died 2/8/1811, aged 57 years. Buried 4/8/1811 at Horsham.
Sarah Chalk, widow of Thomas Chalk, mariner of Brighthelmstone, died 20/10/1811, aged 56 years. Buried 24/10/1811 at Brighthelmstone.
Moses Chantler, farmer of Horsham, died 25/10/1811, aged 69 years. Buried 29/10/1811 at Horsham.
Mary Trimmer, daughter of John and Sarah Trimmer of Guildford, died 16/12/1811, aged 10 months. Buried 22/12/1811 at Guildford, Surrey.
Thomas Rickman, merchant of Barcombe, died 7/1/1812, aged 67 years. Buried 15/1/1812 at Lewes.
Mary Parsons, of Horsham, died 16/1/1812, aged 76 years. Buried 19/1/1812 at Horsham.
George Gravely, son of John Gravely, brewer, and Susanna of Southwick, died 11/2/1812, aged 4 months. Buried 16/2/1812 at Brighthelmstone.
John Robinson, yeoman of Hunts Green, Charlwood, Surrey, died 21/3/1812, aged 73 years. Buried 29/3/1812 at Ifield.
Susanna Rickman Godlee, daughter of John and Mary Godlee of The Cliff, Lewes, died 10/4/1812, aged 2 years 2 months. Buried 15/4/1812 at Lewes.
John Chantler, son of John Chantler (deceased) of Horsham, died 10/4/1812, aged 2 1/2 years. Buried 12/4/1812 at Horsham.
Caroline Godlee, daughter of John and Mary Godlee of The Cliff, Lewes, died 11/5/1812, aged 12 years 3 months. Buried 14/5/1812 at Lewes.
John Dann, son of Jno and Mary Dann of Reigate, died 21/5/1812, aged 12 hours. Buried 24/5/1812 at Reigate, Surrey.
Elijah Chantler, son of Nathaniel Chantler of Horsham, died 4/6/1812, aged 29 years. Buried 7/6/1812 at Horsham.
Ruth Morris, spinster of Godalming, died 16/10/1812, aged 60 years. Buried 23/10/1812 at Godalming, Surrey.
Charlotte Beard, daughter of Thomas Beard of Rottingdean, died 29/10/1812, aged 13 years. Buried 3/11/1812 at Rottingdean.
Catharine Penfold, spinster of Guildford, died 15/12/1812, aged 85 years. Buried 20/12/1812 at Guildford, Surrey.
Thomas Dawes, of Dorking, Surrey, died 22/9/1812, aged 78 years. Buried 27/9/1812 at Capel.
Hannah Swan, wife of William Swan of Capel, died 31/12/1812, aged 55 years. Buried 8/1/1813 at Capel.
Robert Horne, miller of Arundel, died 1/1/1813, aged 43 years. Buried 7/1/1813 at Arundel.
Sarah Waring, widow of Godalming, died 28/1/1813, aged 85 years. Buried 5/2/1813 at Godalming, Surrey.
Elizabeth Emma Colls, daughter of William and Hannah Colls of London of Guildford, died 24/1/1813, aged 6 years. Buried 31/1/1813 at Guildford, Surrey.
Elizabeth Robinson, of Reigate, died 24/1/1813, aged 76 years. Buried 31/1/1813 at Reigate, Surrey.
Caroline Godlee, daughter of Jno and Mary Godlee of The Cliff, Lewes, died 17/3/1813, aged 7 weeks. Buried 21/3/1813 at Lewes.
John Glaisyer, of Brighthelmstone, died 18/4/1813, aged 73 years. Buried 25/4/1813 at Brighthelmstone.
Hannah Chandler, spinster of Stoke near Guildford, died 3/5/1813, aged 42 years. Buried 9/5/1813 at Guildford, Surrey.
Rebecca Harding, shopkeeper of Reigate, died 27/7/1813, aged 66 years. Buried 1/8/1813 at Reigate, Surrey.
Martha Hayllar, of Chichester, died 2/11/1813, aged 80 years. Buried 7/11/1813 at Chichester.
Ann Constable, widow of Beeding otherwise Seal, died 10/1/1814, aged 84 years. Buried 16/1/1814 at Horsham.
Hannah Birkbeck, daughter of Morris Birkbeck, yeoman of Wanborough, Surrey, died 19/5/1814, aged 18 years. Buried 25/5/1814 at Guildford, Surrey.
Mary Charman, daughter of Thomas Charmen of Linkfield Street, near Reigate, died 24/5/1814, aged 20 years. Buried 29/5/1814 at Reigate, Surrey.
William Pritchett, accountant of Godalming, died 22/5/1814, aged 33 years. Buried 27/5/1814 at Godalming, Surrey.
James Winchester, of Capel, died 24/6/1814, aged 90 years. Buried 28/6/1814 at Capel.
Ann Robinson, widow of Thomas Robinson of Nutfield of Guildford, Surrey, died 3/7/1814, aged 87 years. Buried 7/7/1814 at Reigate, Surrey.
William Coates, son of James Coates, husbandman, and Susanna of Charlwood, Surrey, died 9/7/1814, aged 10 months. Buried 14/7/1814 at Ifield.
Susanna Bax, widow of Richard Bax of Ewood Mill, Newdigate, died 5/9/1814, aged 84 years. Buried 11/9/1814 at Capel.
William Gravely, late of Storrington of Horsham, died 26/10/1814, aged 65 years. Buried 30/10/1814 at Horsham.
Thomas Payne, late wharfinger of Guildford, died 13/11/1814, aged 85 years. Buried 20/11/1814 at Guildford, Surrey.
Sarah Moore, widow of John Moore, late of Arundel of Chichester, died 1/12/1814, aged 77 years. Buried 5/12/1814 at Chichester.
Elizabeth Marten, spinster of St John, Lewes, died 14/12/1814, aged 62 years. Buried 18/12/1814 at Lewes.
Samuel West, of Horsham, died 26/1/1815, aged 70 years. Buried 2/2/1815 at Horsham.
Edward Elgar, son of Thomas and Ann Elgar of Reigate, died 25/2/1815, aged 5 months 10 days. Buried 1/3/1815 at Reigate, Surrey.
Joseph Swan, farmer of Capel, died 6/3/1815, aged 69 years. Buried 12/3/1815 at Capel.
Mary Hack, daughter of Daniel Hack of Brighthelmstone, died 4/4/1815, aged 14 years 10 months. Buried 7/4/1815 at Brighthelmstone.
Joseph Holmes, cutler, ironmonger etc of Horsham, died 9/5/1815, aged 83 years. Buried 14/5/1815 at Plaistow at Capel.
Samuel Tully, yeoman of Capel, died 12/5/1815, aged 67 years. Buried 19/5/1815 at Plaistow near Capel.
Priscilla Hack, widow of Chichester, died 24/5/1815, aged 83 years. Buried 28/5/1815 at Chichester.
James Kidd, mealman of Brentford, Middlesex, died 19/7/1815, aged 39 years. Buried 23/7/1815 at Godalming, Surrey.
Mary Verrall Rickman, daughter of John and Sarah Rickman of The Cliff, near Lewes, died 15/8/1815, aged 15 weeks. Buried 17/08/1815 at Lewes.
Susanna Robinson, widow of William Robinson, farmer of Charlwood, Surrey, died 23/9/1815, aged 64 years. Buried 27/9/1815 at Horsham.
Hannah Martin, wife of Edward Martin of Brighthelmstone, died 25/9/1815, aged 53 years. Buried 29/9/1815 at Brighthelmstone.
Sibylla Turnour, spinster of Guildford, died 5/11/1815, aged 45 years. Buried 12/11/1815 at Guildford, Surrey.
Mary Sharp, wife of Isaac Sharp, baker of Brighthelmstone, died 10/12/1815, aged 39 years. Buried 14/12/1815 at Brighthelmstone.
Samuel Standing, son of John Standing, husbandman of Charlwood, Surrey, died 19/2/1816, aged 3 years. Buried 25/2/1816 at Ifield.
Susannah Sayers, widow of Crawley, died 19/2/1816, aged 84 years. Buried 25/2/1816 at Ifield.
Morris Birkbeck, late merchant of Guildford, died 14/4/1816, aged 82 years. Buried 19/4/1816 at Guildford, Surrey.
John Glaisyer Bass, son of Isaac and Sarah Bass of Brighthelmstone, died 6/7/1816, aged 8 weeks. Buried 11/7/1816 at Brighthelmstone.
William Charman, of Reigate, died 28/9/1816, aged 65 years. Buried 3/10/1816 at Reigate, Surrey.
Sarah Sayers, wife of James Sayers, schoolmaster of Ifield, died 24/10/1816, aged 36 years. Buried 30/10/1816 at Ifield.
Thomas Constable, linen draper of Horsham, died 19/11/1816, aged 60 years. Buried 24/11/1816 at Horsham.
Michael Constable, son of Thomas and Jane Constable of Horsham, died 26/11/1816, aged 18 years. Buried 1/12/1816 at Horsham.
Elizabeth Chantler, wife of Nathaniel Chantler of Wootton, died 3/1/1817, aged 52 years. Buried 8/1/1817 at Horsham.
Ann Rickman, spinster of Arundel, died 18/1/1817, aged 63 years. Buried 24/1/1817 at Arundel.
Mary Osborn, of Brighthelmstone, died 11/2/1817, aged 79 years. Buried 16/2/1817 at Brighthelmstone.
Catherine West, widow of Samuel West of Horsham, died 11/4/1817, aged 64 years. Buried 16/4/1817 at Horsham.
Elizabeth Hicks, wife of William Hicks of Godalming, died 2/6/1817, aged 45 years. Buried 8/6/1847 at Godalming, Surrey.
Sarah Hack, wife of Daniel Hack, draper of Brighthelmstone, died 2/7/1817, aged 49 years. Buried 6/7/1817 at Brighthelmstone.
William Jesse Waller, of Guildford, died 21/7/1817, aged 21 years. Buried 27/7/1817 at Guildford.
Anna Bishopp, daughter of William and Lucy Bishopp of Holmwood, Dorking, died 17/8/1817, aged 24 1/2 years. Buried 24/8/1817 at Capel.
Ann Goodburn, daughter of Robert Goodburn, baker, and Sarah of Georges in the East, London of Kingswood, died 12/10/1817, aged 19 years. Buried 19/10/1817 at Reigate, Surrey.
Anne Sharp, wife of George Sharp, brickmaker of Brighthelmstone, died 26/11/1817, aged 60 years. Buried 30/11/1817 at Brighthelmstone.
Emma Mackellow, daughter of Henry Mackellow, baker, and Matilda of South Street, Dorking, died 10/12/1817, aged 4 months 2 weeks. Buried 14/12/1817 at Reigate, Surrey.
Sarah Horne, widow of John Horne, miller of Arundel, died 31/12/1817, aged 77 years. Buried 8/1/1818 at Arundel.
Ann Pollard, daughter of James and Susanna Pollard of Horsham, died 9/2/1818, aged 1 year 5 months. Buried 15/2/1818 at Horsham.
Jane Hanbury , wife of Jno Caple Hanbury, yeoman of Capel, died 15/2/1818, aged 44 years. Buried 23/2/1818 at Capel.
Frances Westwood, wife of Marmaduke Westwood of Booker, Reigate, died 21/2/1818, aged 47 years. Buried 1/3/1818 at Reigate, Surrey.
Alfred Rickman, son of George and Ann Rickman of Lewes, died 26/2/1818, aged 5 months. Buried 1/3/1818 at Lewes.
Sarah Hack, wife of James Hack of Chichester, died 6/3/1818, aged 56 years. Buried 13/3/1818 at Chichester.
Sarah Bisshopp, daughter of William Bishopp, miller, and Elizabeth of Ba[illegible], died 27/3/1818, aged 8 years. Buried 3/4/1818 at Capel.
Elizabeth Hickes, daughter of William Hickes of Godalming, died 30/3/1818, aged 12 years. Buried 5/4/1818 at Godalming, Surrey.
Eleanor Beard, daughter of Thomas Beard, farmer of Rottingdean, died 24/6/1818, aged 14 years. Buried 28/6/1818 at Rottingdean.
Alfred Pollard, son of Samuel Pollard jnr and Fanny of Horsham, died 8/8/1818, aged 2 1/4 years. Buried 11/8/1818 at Horsham.
Thomas Paine Marten, son of John Marten, tailor of Brighthelmstone, died 18/8/1818, aged 4 months. Buried 20/8/1818 at Brighthelmstone.
Mary Baker, wife of John Baker of Ringmer, died 26/8/1818, aged 83 years. Buried 30/8/1818 at Lewes.
Joseph Butt Watson, tea dealer of London, died 16/10/1818, aged 47 years. Buried 20/10/1818 at Brighthelmstone.
Benjamin Horne, baker of Arundel, died 18/11/1818, aged 35 years. Buried 22/11/1818 at Arundel.
William Bishopp, son of Edward Swan and Mary Bisshopp of Ifield, died 7/7/1818, aged 6 days. Buried 8/7/1818 at Ifield.
James Rickman, of late of Hellingly, died 15/11/1818, aged 34 years. Buried 20/11/1818 at Gardner Street, Hurstmonceux.
Mary Rickman, widow of Richard Peters Rickman of Lewes, died 1/12/1818, aged 70 years. Buried 6/12/1818 at Lewes.
William Love, surveyor of late of St Andrews Holborn, London, died 10/12/1818, aged 26 years. Buried 20/12/1818 at Horsham.
Ann Hack, daughter of Daniel Hack, draper of Brighthelmstone, died 3/1/1819, aged 16 years. Buried 10/1/1819 at Brighthelmstone.
John Chantler, husbandman of Charlwood, Surrey, died 15/1/1819, aged 82 years. Buried 20/1/1819 at Ifield.
Anne Harrod, wife of James Harrod of Ash, died 2/2/1819, aged 72 years. Buried 7/2/1819 at Guildford, Surrey.
Benjamin Hancock, of Islington, Middx, died 11/3/1819, aged 39 years. Buried 18/3/1819 at Brighthelmstone.
William Tuppen, carpenter of Brighthelmstone, died 10/6/1819, aged 83 years. Buried 17/6/1819 at Brighthelmstone.
Ruth Davey, widow of Thomas Davey of The Cliff, Lewes, died 1/7/1819, aged 68 years. Buried 4/7/1819 at Lewes.
Elizabeth Kent, spinster of Brighthelmstone, died 15/7/1819, aged 41 years. Buried 18/7/1819 at Brighthelmstone.
Sarah Rickman Gravely, daughter of John Graveley of Shoreham, died 3/8/1819, aged 16 years. Buried 8/8/1819 at Brighthelmstone.
John Baker, yeoman of Uckfield, died 20/9/1819, aged 87 years. Buried 26/9/1819 at Lewes.
Jeremiah Steel, baker of The Cliff, Lewes, died 15/10/1819, aged 78 years. Buried 20/10/1819 at Lewes.
Hannah Chantler, widow of Moses Chantler, late of Horsham of Warnham, died 14/11/1819, aged 81 years. Buried 21/11/1819 at Horsham .
Susanna Wisdom, wife of James Wisdom of Hamsey, died 4/4/1819, aged 43 years. Buried 9/4/1819 at Lewes.
Elizabeth Dudley, of [illegible], died 19/8/1819, aged 12 years. Buried 24/8/1819 at Bunhill Fields [City of London].
Lydia Chantler, daughter of Joseph Chantler, weaver, and Catherine of Charlwood, Surrey, died 4/10/1819, aged 1 year 9 months . Buried 10/10/1819 at Ifield.
Mary Ockley, widow of John Ockley, farmer of late of Brockham, Surrey, died 4/12/1819, aged 56 years. Buried 12/12/1819 at Reigate, Surrey.
Daniel London, baker of Arundel, died 23/12/1819, aged upwards of 80 years. Buried 27/12/1819 at Arundel.
Ann Winchester, widow of James Winchester of Capel, died 19/2/1820, aged 75 years. Buried 25/2/1820 at Capel, Surrey.
Ann Swan, wife of Edward Swan of Dorking, died 28/3/1820, aged 67 years. Buried 2/4/1820 at Plaistow, Capel.
James Charman, son of Thomas Charman of Reigate, died 24/3/1820, aged 25 years. Buried 2/4/1820 at Reigate, Surrey.
Unnamed Graveley, son of Thomas Scutt Graveley, shop keeper of Brighthelmstone, died 16/4/1820, aged 2 days. Buried 18/4/1820 at Brighthelmstone.
George Vaux, surgeon of Austin Friars in Peter le Poor parish, City of London, died 23/5/1820, aged 75 years. Buried 28/5/1820 at Reigate, Surrey.
Harry Ticehurst, gentleman of Horsham, died 12/6/1820, aged 77 years. Buried 18/6/1820 at Horsham.
Charles William Hack, son of William Hack, draper of Brighthelmstone, died 25/9/1820, aged 5 months 3 weeks. Buried 29/9/1820 at Brighthelmstone.
David Tickner, of Chichester, died 20/10/1820, aged 5 months. Buried 26/10/1820 at Chichester.
John Trimmer, son of John Trimmer, baker, and Hannah of Dorking, died 26/9/1820, aged 4 days. Buried 1/10/1820 at Reigate, Surrey.
George Sharp, brickmaker of Brighthelmstone, died 6/1/1821, aged 70 years. Buried 11/1/1821 at Brighthelmstone.
Penelope Dann, widow of Thomas Dann, late of Nutfield of Reigate, died 5/1/1821, aged 84 years. Buried 14/1/1821 at Reigate, Surrey.
Daniel Lidbetter, son of Thomas Lidbetter, corn merchant of Southwick, died 27/2/1821, aged 1 year 8 months. Buried 4/3/1821 at Brighthelmstone.
Theophilus Sharp, son of Isaac Sharp, confectioner of Brighthelmstone, died 27/2/1821, aged 7 months. Buried 4/3/1821 at Brighthelmstone.
James Booker, labourer of Capel, died 8/3/1821, aged 44 1/2 years. Buried 11/3/1821 at Capel.
Mary Hayllar, of Nutfield, died 6/3/1821, aged 81 years. Buried 12/3/1821 at Reigate, Surrey.
Joseph Trimmer, son of John and Hannah Trimmer of Dorking, died 9/3/1821, aged 3 years. Buried 18/3/1821 at Reigate, Surrey.
Hannah Pollard, of Horsham, died 17/4/1821, aged 68 3/4 years. Buried 22/4/1821 at Horsham.
William Sayers, labourer of Dorking, died 30/4/1821, aged 60 years. Buried 6/5/1821 at Capel.
Henry Elgar, son of Richard and Ann Elgar of Reigate, died 11/5/1821, aged 5 years. Buried 20/5/1821 at Reigate, Surrey.
Daniel Batchelor, gardener of Slaugham, died 8/6/1821, aged 46 years. Buried 10/6/1821 at Ifield.
Martha Richardson, daughter of Richard and Harriet Richardson of Old Ford, Parish of Bow, Middlesex, died 14/6/1821, aged 23 years. Buried 20/6/1821 at Reigate, Surrey.
Thomas Choat, of Brighton, died 29/7/1820, aged 29 years. Buried 13/8/1820 at Ipswich, Suffolk.
Matilda Mackellow, wife of Henry Mackellow, baker of Brighthelmstone, died 9/9/1821, aged 31 years. Buried 13/9/1821 at Brighthelmstone.
Frederick Mackellow, son of Henry Mackellow, baker of Brighthelmstone, died 28/9/1821, aged 5 months. Buried 30/9/1821 at Brighthelmstone.
John Mackellow, son of Henry Mackellow, baker of Brighthelmstone, died 9/10/1821, aged 2 1/2 years. Buried 11/10/1821 at Brighthelmstone.
James Pace, cabinet maker of Dorking, died 13/11/1821, aged 70 years. Buried 18/11/1821 at Capel.
Hannah Pollard, spinster of Horsham, died 16/4/1821, aged 68 years. Buried 22/4/1821 at Horsham.
Jane Margaret Sharp, daughter of Isaac Sharp, confectioner of Brighthelmstone, died 26/6/1822, aged 11 months. Buried 30/6/1822 at Brighthelmstone.
Rowland Bisshopp, son of Edward Swan, baker, and Mary Bisshopp of Ifield, died 23/2/1822, aged 7 months. Buried 27/2/1822 at Ifield.
Algernon Clifford Martin, son of John Martin, tailor of Brighthelmstone, died 4/7/1822, aged 6 months. Buried 7/7/1822 at Brighthelmstone.
Richard Eldridge, son of Charles Eldridge, carpenter of Brighthelmstone, died 9/7/1822, aged 6 years 8 months. Buried 14/7/1822 at Brighthelmstone.
Anna Bisshopp, daughter of William Bisshopp, millwright, and Elizabeth of Stratford, Essex, died 27/8/1822, aged 11 years. Buried 1/9/1822 at Capel.
Maria Mills, daughter of Stephen Mills, blacksmith of Brighthelmstone, died 26/8/1822, aged 16 months. Buried 29/8/1822 at Brighthelmstone.
James Constable, son of Thomas Constable, draper, and Jane of Horsham, died 12/9/1822, aged 22 years. Buried 19/9/1822 at Horsham.
James Finch Spencer, son of Thomas and Esther Spencer of Guildford, died 5/10/1822, aged 22 months. Buried 11/10/1822 at Godalming, Surrey.
Anne Woodroffe Barton, wife of John Barton of Chichester, died 24/10/1822, aged 31 years. Buried 30/10/1822 at Croydon, Surrey.
Catherine Beard, daughter of Thomas Beard of Rottingdean, died 6/11/1822, aged 21 years. Buried 12/11/1822 at Rottingdean.
Mary Batchelor, wife of William Batchelor of Ifield, died 21/12/1822, aged 69 years. Buried 25/12/1822 at Ifield.
William Marten, gentleman of Lewes, died 6/1/1823, aged 58 years. Buried 12/1/1823 at Lewes.
James Hilton, grocer of Brighthelmstone, died 19/1/1823, aged 27 years. Buried 26/1/1823 at Brighthelmstone.
Stephen Hack, of Chichester, died 9/2/1823, aged 48 years. Buried 18/2/1823 at Chichester.
John Spencer, brazier of Arundel, died 25/2/1823, aged 65 years. Buried 2/3/1823 at Arundel.
Ruth Bax, wife of Philip Bax of Killand, Capel, died 23/3/1823, aged 86 years. Buried 30/3/1823 at Plaistow, Capel.
Mary Hickes, of Godalming, died 13/4/1823, aged 17 years. Buried 20/4/1823 at Godalming, Surrey.
Martha Dale, wife of Thomas Dale, farmer of Warnham, died 14/4/1823, aged 57 years. Buried 20/4/1823 at Capel.
Esther Sharp, daughter of Isaac Sharp, confectioner of Brighthelmstone, died 15/4/1823, aged 5 months. Buried 20/4/1823 at Brighthelmstone.
Daniel Hack, of Brighthelmstone, died 8/5/1823, aged 61 years. Buried 15/5/1823 at Brighthelmstone.
Philip Bax, farmer of Killand, Capel, died 9/5/1823, aged 92 years. Buried 16/5/1823 at Capel.
Nathanael Chantler, farmer of Southwater, died 15/5/1823, aged 84 years. Buried 18/5/1823 at Horsham.
Thomas Marsh, of Reigate, died 19/6/1823, aged 24 years. Buried 25/6/1823 at Reigate, Surrey.
William Batchelor jnr, stable keeper of Wimbledon, Surrey , died 5/10/1823, aged 41 years. Buried 12/10/1823 at Ifield.
Edward Swan Bisshopp, son of Edward Swan Bisshopp of Brighthelmstone, died 14/12/1823, aged 3 months. Buried 18/12/1823 at Brighthelmstone.
Mary Tamplin, wife of William Tamplin of Brighthelmstone, died 23/12/1823, aged 80 years. Buried 28/12/1823 at Brighthelmstone.
Eliza Trimmer, daughter of John Trimmer, baker, and Hannah of Dorking, died 13/3/1824, aged 18 months. Buried 21/3/1824 at Reigate, Surey.
Ann Elgar, wife of Thomas Elgar, draper of Reigate, died 13/3/1824, aged 39 years. Buried 21/3/1824 at Reigate, Surey.
Lucy Hayllar, single woman of Chilmead Farm, Nutfield, died 16/3/1824, aged 88 years. Buried 22/3/1824 at Reigate, Surey.
Mary Leighs, wife of John Leighs of Guildford, died 24/3/1824, aged 52 years. Buried 30/3/1824 at Guildford, Surrey.
Frances King, of St Thomas a Becket, The Cliff, died 31/3/1824, aged 90 years. Buried 7/4/1824 at Lewes.
Maria Kesia Lawson, daughter of James and Lucy Ann Lawson of Hackney, Middx, died 1/6/1824, aged 1 year. Buried 4/6/1824 at Brighthelmstone.
Daniel Chantler, of Rush Hill, Charlwood, Surrey, died 19/6/1824, aged 77 years. Buried 21/6/1824 at Ifield.
Robert Hook, cordwainer of East Hoathly, died 16/6/1824, aged 74 years. Buried 20/6/1824 at Lewes.
John Bourn, cabinet maker of Arundel, died 8/8/1824, aged 80 years. Buried 12/8/1824 at Arundel.
Phebe Gray Brown, daughter of Stephen Brown, grocer of Brighthelmstone, died 19/11/1824, aged 15 years. Buried 25/11/1824 at Brighthelmstone.
James Carr, of Fenchurch Buildings, City of London, died 1/10/1824, aged 56 years. Buried 10/10/1824 at Bunhill Fields [City of London].
John Pryor, of Nutfield, died 22/2/1825, aged 76 years. Buried 28/2/1825 at Reigate, Surrey.
Mary Robinson Waller, daughter of Thomas and Hannah Waller of Guildford, died 2/12/1824, aged 2 years 6 months. Buried 5/12/1824 at Guildford, Surrey.
Anna Beck, daughter of Thomas and Susannah Beck of Bishopsgate Street, City of London, died 23/1/1827, aged 17 months. Buried 28/1/1827 at Bunhill Fields [City of London].
John Pennifold, yeoman of late of Charlwood, Surrey,, died 18/3/1825, aged 83 years. Buried 23/3/1825 at Ifield.
Samuel Brand Waller, son of Thomas Waller, baker, and Hannah of Guildford, died 4/4/1825, aged 8 months. Buried 7/4/1825 at Guildford, Surrey.
Moses Chantler, son of James Chantler of Rowhook, Rudgwick , died 24/4/1825, aged 27 years. Buried 1/5/1825 at Horsham.
Edward Prier, farmer of Chilmeads Farm, Nutfield, died 2/7/1825, aged 54 years. Buried 6/7/1825 at Reigate, Surrey.
Helen Waller, daughter of Thomas and Hannah Waller of Guildford, died 2/7/1825, aged 11 months. Buried 6/7/1825 at Guildford, Surrey.
Mary Deane, wife of William Deane, ironmonger of Dorking, died 28/7/1825, aged 26 years. Buried 3/8/1825 at Capel.
William Batchelor, of Ifield, died 6/9/1825, aged 81 years. Buried 11/9/1825 at Ifield.
John Beard, farmer of Rottingdean, died 24/9/1825, aged 30 years. Buried 28/9/1825 at Rottingdean.
William Henry Bass, son of Isaac Bass of Brighthelmstone, died 26/9/1825, aged 7 months. Buried 2/10/1825 at Brighthelmstone.
Thomas Waller, druggist of Guildford, died 8/10/1825, aged 36 years. Buried 16/10/1825 at Guildford, Surrey.
Emma Pollard, daughter of James Pollard, ironmonger, and Susanna of Horsham, died 4/2/1826, aged 3 1/2 years. Buried 12/2/1826 at Horsham.
Robert Chantler, son of Moses and Sarah Chantler of Ockley Mill, near Ockley, Surrey, died 26/11/1825, aged 9 months. Buried 27/11/1825 at Capel.
Sarah Mills, daughter of Stephen Mills, blacksmith of Brighthelmstone, died 28/11/1825, aged 1 month. Buried 4/12/1825 at Brighthelmstone.
Susanna Cruttenden, of The Cliff, near Lewes, died 10/1/1826, aged 68 years. Buried 15/1/1826 at Lewes.
Edward Janson Hack, of Chichester, died 28/11/1825, aged 22 years. Buried 4/12/1825 at Chichester.
William Hack, of Chichester, died 22/4/1826, aged 66 years. Buried 30/4/1826 at Chichester.
Sarah Briggs, wife of William Briggs, labourer of late of Horsham, died 17/2/1826, aged 48 years. Buried 23/2/1826 at Horsham.
Richard Clarence, of Hooley Park, Reigate, died 30/3/1826, aged 68 years. Buried 6/4/1826 at Reigate, Surrey.
Phillis Pollard, daughter of Thomas Pollard, victualler of Brighthelmstone, died 31/7/1826, aged 6 months. Buried 3/8/1826 at Brighthelmstone.
George Paine Martin, son of John Martin, tailor of Brighthelmstone, died 20/4/1826, aged 3 years. Buried 23/4/1826 at Brighthelmstone.
Susanna Gravely, wife of John Gravely of Brighthelmstone, died 15/4/1826, aged 46 years. Buried 20/4/1826 at Brighthelmstone.
Mary Crews, daughter of Samuel Crews jnr and Hannah of Capel, died 25/4/1826, aged 12 years. Buried 30/4/1826 at Plaistow in Capel.
Charlotte Stedman, daughter of George Stedman, blacksmith of Brighton, died 19/5/1826, aged 16 years. Buried 26/5/1826 at Capel.
Nathaniel Cox, draper and salesman of Godalming, died 12/6/1826, aged 77 years. Buried 16/6/1826 at Godalming, Surrey.
Hannah Jupp, widow of John Jupp of late of Beeding otherwise Seal, died 12/6/1826, aged 84 1/2 years. Buried 18/6/1826 at Horsham.
Mary Lidbetter, daughter of Thomas Lidbetter, coal merchant of Southwick, died 5/7/1826, aged 16 years. Buried 9/7/1826 at Brighthelmstone.
James Humphrey, cordwainer of Reigate, died 6/7/1826, aged 78 years. Buried 8/7/1826 at Reigate, Surrey.
William Standing, son of John Standing, labourer, and Mary of Worth, died 26/7/1826, aged 4 months. Buried 30/7/1826 at Ifield.
Frederick Robinson, son of John and Sarah Robinson of Crawley, died 28/7/1826, aged 5 months. Buried 31/7/1826 at Ifield.
William Batchelor Sharp, son of Ebenezer and Hannah Sharp of Brighthelmstone, died 24/4/1827, aged 1 year 10 months. Buried 29/4/1827 at Brighthelmstone.
Mary Rickman, daughter of George and Ann Rickman of Lewes, died 17/1/1827, aged 3 weeks. Buried 24/1/1827 at Lewes.
John Kemp, of Brighthelmstone, died 21/4/1827, aged 58 years. Buried 29/4/1827 at Brighthelmstone.
Edward Martin, of Guildford, died 6/6/1827, aged 36 years. Buried 12/6/1827 at York.
Mary Spencer, of Arundel, died 16/10/1827, aged 81 years. Buried 21/10/1827 at Arundel.
Elizabeth Barclay, spinster of Bury Hill, near Dorking, died 4/12/1827, aged 44 years. Buried 11/12/1827 at Brighthelmstone.
Benjamin Kidd, formerly mealman of Godalming, died 4/12/1827, aged 68 years. Buried 10/12/1827 at Godalming, Surrey.
James Glyn, assistant surgeon of East Grinstead, died 15/4/1828, aged 39 years. Buried 20/4/1828 at Reigate, Surrey.
William Cruttenden Martin, of Lewes, died 23/3/1828, aged 36 years. Buried 28/3/1828 at Lewes.
Mary Crews, wife of Samuel Crews of Horsham, died 5/3/1828, aged 64 years. Buried 11/3/1828 at Plaistow near Capel.
John Lambert, draper of Deal, Kent, died 20/5/1828, aged 68 years. Buried 25/5/1828 at Godalming, Surrey.
Frances Gilliam, widow of William Gilliam of Brighthelmstone, died 8/7/1828, aged 82 years. Buried 13/7/1828 at Brighthelmstone.
Mary King, wife of John King, carpenter of Lewes, died 20/7/1828, aged 68 years. Buried 23/7/1828 at Lewes.
Timothy Gill Sheard, of Bishopsgate Without, City of London (late of Brighton), died 28/11/1828, aged 20 years. Buried 2/12/1828 at Bunhill Fields [City of London].
Rhoda Sharp, spinster of Brighthelmstone, died 10/12/1828, aged 43 years. Buried 14/12/1828 at Brighthelmstone.
James Hack, of Chichester, died 17/3/1829, aged 71 years. Buried 24/3/1829 at Chichester.
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