Wither they Wander through Sussex.

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  1. Lusmum

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    The SMI gives only one marriage to a Mary, Thomas Hollybone 21 Sep 1707 Mary Webb Hurstpierpoint Sussex...no other information..
     
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    Do you have James Hollibone m Alice Hersill 1Sep 1611 East Blatchington Sussex?
     
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    Guess you have William Hallowban to Susanna Dulvey 3 April 1746 West ham Sussex
     
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    AnnB Editor in Chief who is Hot off the Press!

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    Couple of things you may not have seen Wendy - sorry if I'm pointing you in directions you have already been....
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    http://www.hollebone-family-worldwide.co.uk/
    which has a wealth of information on all spellings of the name.

    Reference to a settlement certificate for Thomas Hollibone in 1733
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    http://www.sussexrecordsociety.org/dbs/pl/getrecord/13693/
    and 1732
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    http://www.sussexrecordsociety.org/dbs/pl/getrecord/17778/
     
  5. Ma-dotcom

    Ma-dotcom A Bonza Little Digger!

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    Lovely Anne, thank you. I'd known Jeff & made contact some years back via SFHGroup. Hadn't been able to find his particulars other than his tree notes & pedigree charton Samuel Hollibone, my 3rd Gt.G'father. I had not seen the poor law records, so again thank you for those.
    I also see why I left this family to work on later as it went in a completely different direction to that of the one I had been led to believe was mine, which was checked by rellies from Australia who spent some time in Sussex going through any & all records available.
    I rather think I shall be doing similar again, except for putting what I have found in my records with notations to the effect that..."who knows really."
    I shall go over his pages again later.
     
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    Ma-dotcom A Bonza Little Digger!

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    Thank you Lusmum, yes that is all I found on the c.d. also.
    In notes only.
    Yes, my 5th Gt.G'Mother.
    I located names mentioned by Sue,[Archie's Mum ]#14 in notes but hadn't connected them to Thomas. Mary nee Webb died in 1726 as did Catherine [in notes] Ms Owden a possible as Thomas didn't succumb until 1768. Tho' why they would call more children by same names as he had with Mary is a mystery, unless they had already died.o_O
    Wasn't sure back then if they were his or a brother's wives. :confused:

    Not been able to find deaths either or first born-if indeed they were his in Pyecombe...
    I ended up collecting lots of possiblenmaes & they now only serve to further confuse.
    Perhaps I shall go away & research 'Smith' or Jones'
     
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  7. Archie's Mum

    Archie's Mum Always digging up clues

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    There must be two Thomas's here.
    Looking at the link from Ann, we have Thomas Hollebone born Jan 1682 East Blachington. Married Mary 1707. Mary (child) born in 1710 Westham. William 1715 born Westham.
    Then there is Thomas marrying Catherine Hide 19/1/1718 in Seaford Sussex
    23/9/1718 Mary baptised in Westham
    23/2/1719 James baptised in Seaford
    1721 James baptised in Westham
    Is there a pattern here....Westham and Seaford.
    Note the closeness of Mary 1718 Westham and James 1719 Seaford....5 months.
     
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    Archie's Mum Always digging up clues

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    So if Mary Webb/Hollibone died in 1726 then why is Thomas marrying Catherine Hide in 1718 in Seaford???????
     
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    Archie's Mum Always digging up clues

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    I see you have mentioned Susannah Dulvey. On 2/10/1738 a Catherine Hyde married Thomas Dulvey East Blatchington. Someone has been sent to cause confusion....:headbang:
     
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  10. Ma-dotcom

    Ma-dotcom A Bonza Little Digger!

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    Indeed! I rather opt for another Thomas here as My lad was already married to Mary---or was he?.
    there is a Seaford connection in that :
    Anne Wickersonne
    Baptism: 2 Mar 1633 - Seaford,Sussex,England
    ............
    Name: Anne Wickerson
    Spouse: John Holibone
    Marriage: 3 Mar 1652 - Seaford,Sussex,England
    Also :
    a Richard Hollibone married Alice Wikersonne
    Marriage date 18 Jun 1667
    Marriage place Seaford
    Rather than get involved in the wickerson/ne family I gently back pedalled away.

    There were still Hollibones in Seaford in later years.
    William Hollebon
    Service number TF/240315
    Rank L/cpl
    Regiment Royal Sussex Regiment
    Battalion 1/5 Battalion.
    Birth place Seaford, Sussex died 1917 B.E.Forces.

    Having to assist himself again today so may not me here too much, then again too hot already to do otherwise. thanks for help Sue.
    that may be the answer. well done you Sue.
    Brekky now.;)
     
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    Archie's Mum Always digging up clues

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    You are most welcome.
    Off ourselves to U3A Christmas do today. Had to buy hubby some jeans that don't fall off so he could go too. He has recovered almost a kilo of lost weight. Forever cooking the good stuff for him.
    Will have another look for something later this afternoon for you.
     
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    Ma-dotcom A Bonza Little Digger!

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    I took a moment to cut my hair which was annoying me muchly, couldn't sit in hairdressers chair for long enough. ;( Not been able to so do for a long time.

    Now having read the Family story set out by the chap mentioned, I believe the records have shown above are my lot & possibly became available after he was searching.
    He has no real record for Mary which my people show as mother. Bapt'd 2nd Apr 1689-Hurstperpoint, Sussex to William Webb & Jane.

    However the Sussex marriage c.d. shows multiple C/Katherine Hi/ydes two of whom are:
    Seaford, East Sussex, Date: 19 Jan 1719/20:
    Thomas HOLLIBONE: Spouse: Katherine HIDE
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    East Blatchington, East Sussex, Date: 2 Oct 1738:
    Katherine HYDE, Blatchington: Spouse: Thomas DELVRY, Seaford.
    I feel I can ignore, for my own sanity. ;) along with another-Joan Hide marrying Thomas Hollibone 4 Oct 1649, E.Blatchington.

    No-one seems to have any more info on Thos' & Mary scooting about from Hurstpierpoint - Willingdon & back to Hurstpierpoint or Beddingham / E. Blatchington. so far unable to find definite death for Mary & where.

    Enjoy your lunch & make merry.
     
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    1729 South Malling Peculiar Lic. Thomas Hollibone and Mary Rook, address Edburton. The only other Thomas and Mary combination on Hollibone marriages on that site.
     
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    Confusion....
    Geni has a tree with:
    Mary Hollebone (Webb)
    Born 18 Feb 1682 East Meon Hampshire
    Death 1726 (43) Sussex
    Wife of Thomas Hollebone.
    Daughter of Richard Webb and Dorothy Coll.
    Mother of Mary Hollebobe and William Hollebone.
    Obviously not the same info that you have. This death may not relate to your Mary at all and your Mary may well be still alive after that 1726 date.
     
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    Ma-dotcom A Bonza Little Digger!

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    I feel I may have to rejoin Sussex F. H group & have a gander at their BMDS. They always took so long to load up but maybe they are better now. Even that is not a safe bet as my experience with transcription. checking proved. I thnk We'd best rest this case for now, thank you Sue & all others who have helped. I'll do the joining thing & see what pops up.
     

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