Peter Brown Family History

Edward Underhill (c1546) & Joan Dane

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General History

Edward Underhill & Joan Dane were not one of my direct ancestors but they are related to me as later indirect generations of a direct ancestor.

Key Dates:

Edward Underhill was born around 1546 and was the son of Edward Underhill & Margaret, the son of John Underhill 1490 & Agnes . He was mentioned in his father's 'Will' of 1558 as being under 21. He was mentioned in his son Thomas's 'Will' of 1624 and was also a witness. He married Joan Dane on 24th April 1581 in Lingfield, Surrey . Edward was known as 'Edward of Blackberry' or 'of Blackboro'. Edward left a 'Will' in which he was described as a 'Tanner' that was dated 22nd February 1634 and he died in 1636.

Joan Dane's birth details are not known. Joan (who mentioned in her husband Edward Underhill's 'Will' of 1634) was buried on 9th March 1637 in Lingfield, Surrey (Joana, widow of Edward).

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Edward & Joan had twelve children.

Joan Edward Frances Richard John William Thomas Martha Robert Nicholas George Henry
  1. Joan Underhill (Joane) was baptised on 4th March 1582 in Lingfield, Surrey (daughter of Edward). Assumed died prior to 1624 as not mentioned in brother Thomas's 'Will' of 1624 or Father's 'Will' of 1634.
  2. Edward Underhill was baptised on 8th December 1583 in Lingfield, Surrey (son of Edward). He possibly married Margaret Haselden , (or Hasseldeene), on 26th January 1608 in East Grinstead, Sussex. (license issued at Lewes on 24th December 1607 with Edward shown of Lingfield and Margaret Haseldex of Eastgrinsted, widow and surety by John Heginbotham of Plumpton, clerk). Assumed died prior to 1624 as not mentioned in brother Thomas's 'Will' of 1624 or Father's 'Will' of 1634.
  3. Frances Underhill was baptised on 24th April 1586 in Lingfield, Surrey (dau of Edward) in Lingfield, Surrey. She married William Collens on 23rd October 1612 in Southwark, London (St Saviours). She was mentioned in her brother Thomas's 'Will' of 1624 ( as sister .... Collins) and William was also mentioned as Overseer. She was mentioned in her father's 'Will' of 1634 (as Frances Collens and being a widow). Frances & William had four children (mentioned in her brother Thomas's 'Will' of 1624 as all being under 10). William Collens left a 'Will'' that was dated 4th May 1631 which mentions his wife Frances and his father in law Edward Underhill.
  4. Richard Underhill was baptised on 18th August 1588 in Lingfield, Surrey and was buried there 21st November 1611 (son of Edward of Blackboro).
  5. John Underhill was born around 1590 probably in Lingfield, Surrey. He was mentioned in his brother Thomas's 'Will' of 1624 and was executor and he was mentioned in his father's 'Will' of 1634. He possibly married Anna ..illes on 12th May 1617 in Lingfield, Surrey. Anna was buried there on 14th January 1637 (wife of John of Whitehouse). John possibly married secondly Martha king on 20th August 1637 in Lingfield, Surrey. In April 1639 he leased (as John of Whitehouse, a tanner) a blacksmith's shop and premises called Vintells at Merle Common, Limpsfield (see Archive item 1). John & Anna had nine children. (Note: there was a 'Whitehouse' in south Lingfield near Felcourt and there was one in Crowhurst/Oxted by Staffords wood)
    1. John Underhill was baptised on 15th March 1618 in Lingfield, Surrey.
    2. Ano Underhill was baptised on 22nd September 1620 in Lingfield, Surrey (John of Whitehouse)
    3. George Underhill was baptised on 25th November 1621 in Lingfield, Surrey (son of John of Whitehouse) . He possibly had four children
      1. Katherine Underhill (Catherine) was baptised on 9th June 1643 in Lingfield, Surrey (daughter of George)
      2. Elizabeth Underhill was baptised on 9th June 1644 in Lingfield, Surrey and was buried there 3rd August 1648 ('daughter of George').
      3. Jane Underhill (Jana) was baptised on 10th May 1646 in Lingfield, Surrey
      4. George Underhill was baptised on 11th June 1648 in Lingfield, Surrey. He possibly married Elizabeth Burgate on 4th October 1676 in Lingfield, Surrey. Elizabeth was buried there on 8th March 1679 (wife of George). George married secondly Avis. George left a 'Will' that was dated 21st May 1723. Avis was mentioned was in her husbands George Underhill's 'Will' of 1723 and in her son George Underhill's 'Will' of 1728. George & Elizabeth had two children (a-b) and George & Avis had at least five children (c-g).
        1. Richard Underhill (Undrill) was baptised on 5th August 1677 in Lingfield, Surrey (son of George).
        2. William Underhill was baptised on 13th January 1679 in Lingfield, Surrey (son of George). He was buried there on 5th April 1679 ('son of George').
        3. Mary Underhill was baptised on 23rd March 1681 in Lingfield, Surrey (dau of George).
        4. John Underhill was possibly born in about 1682 possibly in Oxted, Surrey. He was recorded in June 1713 in the court roll of manor of Limpsfield as being the son of George Underhill of Oxted and holding properties called Vintels (see Archive item 2). He was mentioned in his father George Underhill's 'Will' of 1723 and in his brother George Underhill's 'Will' of 1728. There are also various Archive records (see items 3&4) for the period 1738-1759 that refer either to him or his possible son.
        5. George Underhill was possibly born in about 1684 possibly in Oxted, Surrey. He was recorded in July 1714 in the court roll of manor of Limpsfield as being the son of George Underhill of Oxted (see Archive item 5). He was mentioned in his father George Underhill's 'Will' of 1723. George left a 'Will' that was dated 27thAugust 1728.
        6. Avis Underhill was born in about 1686 possibly in Oxted, Surrey. She was mentioned in her brother George Underhill's 'Will' of 1728 as sister Avis Awcock, wife of Richard (plus daughter Elizabeth). Richard Awcock was mentioned in her father George Underhill's 'Will' of 1723.
        7. Elizabeth Underhill was born in about 1688 possibly in Oxted, Surrey. She was mentioned in her brother George Underhill's 'Will' of 1728 as sister Elizabeth Green wife of Thomas (plus daughter Mary). Thomas Green was mentioned in her father George Underhill's 'Will' of 1723 (plus son Thomas).
    4. Richard Underhill was baptised on 24th March 1625 in Lingfield, Surrey (son of John of Whitehouse).
    5. Anna Underhill was baptised on 25th March 1628 in Lingfield, Surrey
    6. Robert Underhill was baptised on 19th April 1631 in Lingfield, Surrey (son of John of Whitehouse).
      1. William Underhill was baptised on 26th April 1663 in Lingfield, Surrey
      2. Nicholas Underhill was baptised on 2nd April 1665 in Lingfield, Surrey and he was buried there on 14th November 1666.
      3. Thomas Underhill was baptised on 13th January 1669 in Lingfield, Surrey.
    7. Edward Underhill was baptised on 16th December 1632 in Lingfield, Surrey. He married Margaret Illman (Illnman) on 15th September 1664 in Lingfield, Surrey. Archives (see items 6 &7) refer to Edward being a mason in Copthorne common, Worth in June 1676 & in February 1679. They also mention his wife Margaret. Margaret was probably buried on 11th October 1692 in Worth, Sussex.Edward & Margaret had nine children.
      1. Elizabeth Underhill was baptised on 10th September 1665 in Worth, Sussex.
      2. John Underhill was baptised on 23rd May 1667 in Worth, Sussex and he was buried there on 10th June 1667 ('John, son of Edward').
      3. Ano Underhill was buried on 22nd July 1668 in Worth, Sussex ('unbaptised child of Edward').
      4. Abraham Underhill (Abaram) was baptised on 3rd October 1669 in Worth, Sussex.
      5. John Underhill was baptised on 18th February 1672 in Worth, Sussex and he was buried there on 25th February 1672 ('son of Edward').
      6. Mary Underhill was baptised on 20th March 1673 in Worth, Sussex and she was possibly buried there on 4th March 1675 ('un-named child of Edward')
      7. John Underhill was baptised on 25th April 1675 in Worth, Sussex and he was buried there on 7th May 1675 ('son of Edward').
      8. Susanna Underhill (Susannah) was baptised on 3rd September 1676 in Worth, Sussex.
      9. Edward Underhill was buried on 16th August 1683 in Worth, Sussex ('son of Edward')
    8. Joan Underhill (Joanna) was baptised on 16th February 1634 in Lingfield, Surrey
    9. Thomas Underhill was baptised on 6th January 1637 in Lingfield, Surrey
  6. William Underhill was baptised on 25th March 1593 in Lingfield, Surrey. He was mentioned in his father's 'Will' of 1634 as the main inheritor and was mentioned in his brother Thomas's 'Will' of 1624 and was executor.
  7. Thomas Underhill was baptised on 3rd March 1594 in Lingfield, Surrey (son of Edward the younger). Thomas left a 'Will' (Thomas Underhill of Blackbury street) which was dated 30th November 1624 and he was buried on 1st December 1624 in Lingfield, Surrey (son of Edward).
  8. George Underhill was baptised on 3rd December 1595 in Lingfield, Surrey (son of Edward). He was mentioned in his brother Thomas's 'Will' of 1624 and he was mentioned in his father's 'Will' of 1634. He was buried on 31st December 1642 in Lingfield, Surrey (George of Blackbury).
  9. Martha Underhill was baptised on 5th March 1598 in Lingfield, Surrey. She was mentioned in her brother Thomas's 'Will' of 1624. She married Henry Martin on 21st July 1629 in Lingfield (shown as Margaret). She was mentioned in her father's 'Will' of 1634 (as Mathye Martyn wife of Henry Martyn).
  10. Robert Underhill was born about 1603 and was buried on 23rd December 1629 in Lingfield, Surrey (son of Edward). He was mentioned in his brother Thomas's 'Will' of 1624.
  11. Nicholas Underhill was baptised on 12th January 1606 in Lingfield, Surrey (son of Edward of Blackboro). He was mentioned in his brother Thomas's 'Will' of 1624 as being under age 24 & he was mentioned in his father's 'Will' of 1634. He was executor to his brother-in-law William Collens 'Will' of 1631. He possibly married Joan Hoggett (or Hoggette) on 2nd May 1633 in Lingfield, Surrey. Joan was baptised on 7th May 1615 in Lingfield, Surrey, the daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Hoggett. Archives (see item 8) refer to Nicholas being a tanner in July 1663. Nicholas left a 'Will' that was dated 26th April 1681 in which he was described as a 'Tanner' and he was buried on 3rd May 1681 in Lingfield, Surrey (Nicholas of Blackberry Street). Nicholas & Joan had five children.
    1. Thomas Underhill was baptised on 12th March 1637 in Lingfield, Surrey. He was mentioned in his father's 'Will' of 1681 as the main beneficiary. Thomas left a 'Will' that was dated 18th April 1682 in which he was described as a 'Tanner' and he was buried on 24th April 1682 in Lingfield, Surrey (Thomas of Blackberry Street).
    2. George Underhill was baptised on 21st August 1642 in Lingfield, Surrey and was buried there 6th July 1653.(son of Nicholas)
    3. Joan Underhill was possibly born about 1654, probably in Lingfield and she married Edward Knight in about 1675, possibly in Lingfield, Surry. Joan and Edward were mentioned in her father's 'Will' of 1681 (as daughter Joan Knight wife of Edward Knight) and in her brother Thomas's 'Will' of 1682 (as Joan Knight wife of Edward Knight). Joan and Edward had at lease one child Anne. Edward Knight & daughter Anne were mentioned in her sister Elizabeth Underhill's 'Will' of 1695.
    4. Elizabeth Underhill was possibly born about 1658, probably in Lingfield and she was mentioned in her father's 'Will' of 1681 and her brother Thomas's 'Will' of 1682. She left a 'Will' dated 17th August 1695 and she was buried on 8th January 1696 in Lingfield, Surrey.
    5. Anne Underhill was possibly born about 1660, probably in Lingfield and she was mentioned in her father's 'Will' of 1681 and in her brother Thomas's 'Will' of 1682 (as Ann Turner alias Underhill wife of Richard Turner) . She married Richard Turner and probably had four children (Edward, Richard, Elizabeth, Ann) Richard & four children were mentioned in her sister Elizabeth Underhill's 'Will' of 1695.
  12. Henry Underhill was baptised on 27th June 1610 in Lingfield, Surrey (son of Edward of Blackboro). Assumed died prior to 1624 as not mentioned in brother Thomas's 'Will' of 1624 or Father's 'Will' of 1634.

 

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General history of Underhills & Lingfield

A larger version of this map can be found here.

In the fifteenth century Underhills held a croft within Hedgecourt Manor. (see bottom left of map). In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, several generations of the Underhill family are known to have been tanners; the families lived at White House Farm, Baldwins Hill, Lingfield (now known as Cromwell Hall off the Felcourt road).
Baldwins Hill and Frith Manor are right on the Surrey/Sussex border to East Grinstead, with East Grinstead town centre being less than 2km south which is why parish registrations oscilatted so much. Frith manor was less than 0.5km from Baldwins Hill with Felcourt being about 2km distant. Puttenden Manor is much more distant from these three locations (say 10km-see top of map) and Limehouse was probably about 5km distant at the edge of Lingfield village.
Old maps indicate the presence of Lime kilns used by farmers, as do names of fields and woods. In the Lingfield area they are shown at the entrance to Weir Courtney along Blackberry Lane (about 0.5 km north east Whitehouse) , at the Workhouse site in Newchapel Road, in 1730, plus another further along, also near the entrance to Lyne House Farm (1877 - this may mean the name is a corruption of “Lime”).
The manor of Sterborough alias Prinkham was held of the Abbot of Battle and probably originally formed part of the abbey's manor of Limpsfield. Prinkham House and Prinkham Cottages are left of Old Forge on Moor Lane –Marsh Green Road. This is located on the surrey/kent border, just north of the sussex border.

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  1. There are a number of name variations in the parish records (Underhill, Underill,Undrill, Undririll, Undirill, Undrell, Vndrell, Hunderhill)
  2. One major problem of accuracy is with the large gap in Lingfield register (1653-1663) where no births, burials or marriages were recorded. based around the averages for the previous and the following ten year period it is estimated that about 15 events are missing.
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Wills:

  1. Edward Underhill (Family ref top) left a 'Will' that was dated 22nd February 1634 and was proved on 5th July 1636 (ref LMA-DW/PA/ 05/1636/101). The link is to an Abstract & a Copy of the 'Will'. The 'Will' mentions his wife Joan; his sons Nicholas, George, John, William; his daughters Frances Collens (widow), Mathye Martyn (wife of Henry); his kinsman Nicolas Underhill & Others: William Ledger, William Harman, John Underhill. Edward was described as a 'Tanner'.
  2. George Underhill (Family ref 5 C iv) left a 'Will'' was dated 21th May 1723 and was proved on 29th October 1723 (ref LMA-DW/PA/ 05/1723/134). The link is to an Abstract & a Copy of the 'Will'. The 'Will' mentions his wife Avis; his sons George, John ; his sons in Law Thomas Green (& grandson Thomas), Richard Alcock. Others mentioned were William Green, Michael Holmden, Nicholas Foster Winesses were Ann Caile, Mary Sippitte, John Mills
  3. George Underhill (Family ref 5 C iv c) left a 'Will'' was dated 27thAugust 1728 and was proved on 10th October 1728 (ref LMA-DW/PA/ 05/1728/145). The link is to an Abstract & a Copy of the 'Will'. The 'Will' mentions his mother Avis; his sisters Avis Awcock (wife of Richard) & her daughter Elizabeth; Elizabeth Green (wife of Thomas) & her daughter Mary; his brother John . Witnesses were Elizabeth Blundell, Thomas Ellison, Mercy Linnetes(?).
  4. Thomas Underhill (Family ref 6) left a 'Will'- Thomas Underhill of Blackbury street.) that was dated 30th November 1624 and was proved on 11th April 1625. (Ref LMA-DW/PA/ 05/1625/256). The link is to an Abstract & a Copy of the 'Will'. The 'Will' mentions his father Edward; his brothers Nicholas, William, John, George, Robert; his sisters Ano Collens, Martha; his kinsmen Elizabeth Davie, Nicholas Underhill (witness & Overseer); his brother in law William Collens & Others: Ann Lusted, Joan Walter.
  5. Nicholas Underhill (Family ref 10) left a 'Will' that was dated 26th April 1681 and was proved on 16th May 1681 (ref LMA-DW/PA/ 05/1681/066). The link is to an Abstract & a Copy of the 'Will'. The 'Will' mentions his daughters Joan Knight (wife of Edward), Elizabeth, Ann; his son Thomas. Others mentioned are William Geale, Thomas Ashdowne, Francis Collens, Thomaspe, James Howkes. Nicholas was described as a 'Tanner'
  6. Thomas Underhill (Family ref 10 A) left a 'Will'' was dated 18th April 1682 and was proved on 10th May 1682 (ref LMA-DW/PA/ 05/1682/056). The link is to an Abstract & a Copy of the 'Will'. The 'Will' mentions his sisters Joan Knight (wife of Edward), Elizabeth, Ann Turner (wife of Richard) & Others: James Newnam, Nicholas Pigott, Robert Swaysland, John Fowkes. The link is to an Abstract of the Will. Thomas was described as a 'Tanner'.
  7. Elizabeth Underhill (Family ref 10 D) left a 'Will'' was dated 17th August 1695 and was proved on 5th May 1696 (ref LMA-DW/PA/ 05/1696/071). The link is to an Abstract & a Copy of the 'Will'. The 'Will' mentions her brothers (in law!) Edward Knight, Richard Turner; her cousins Ann Knight, Mary Marchant (wife of Joseph), Mary Constable, Elizabeth Constable, Ann Bryant (Scraffon), William Bryant (Scraffon), Edward Turner, Richard Turner, Elizabeth Turner, Ann Turner. Witnesses were Ellen Knight, William Hoader, Thomas Stenning.
  8. William Collens (Family ref 3) left a 'Will'' was dated 4th May 1631 and was proved in 1631 (ref LMA-DW/PA/ 05/1631/025). The link is to an Abstract & Copy of the 'Will'. The 'Will' mentions his wife Francess ; Elizabeth daughter Martyn ????; Other: Edward Underhill of Blackberry, father of Frances, his brother in law Nicholas Underhill (executor).

 

Archives:

  1. John Underhill : (Family ref 4 ) Repository: Surrey History Centre, Woking Date: 2 Apr 1639 : Ref No: P9/3/124P9/3/124
    Lease by churchwardens and overseers [named] to John Underhill of Whitehouse, Lingfield, tanner, of a cottage, garden, orchard and barn, purchased by Edward Bennett late of Lingfield, husbandman, from Thomas Bennett of Lingfield, yeoman Term 3 years, rent 35s pa OXSTEAD (blacksmith's shop and premises called Vintells at Merrill [Merle] Common, Limpsfield)
  2. John Underhill: (Family ref 4 C iv b): Repository: Surrey History Centre, Woking Date: 3 Jun 1713: Ref No: 2186/12/52186/12/5:
    Copy of court roll of manor of Limpsfield recording admissions of John Underhill son of George Underhill of Oxted, yeoman, to messuage, barn, stable, outhouses, gardens, orchards and 5 pieces of land, 10a, called Vintells, surrendered by Michael Holmden. Fine 10 15s and 1 cow for a heriot. Steward: Adams Farmer junior.
  3. John Underhill: (Family ref 4 C iv b): Repository: Surrey History Centre, Woking Date: 4 Apr 1738 Ref No: 212/68/5212/68/5:
    Surrender by John Underhill to use of will Messuage or tenement called Rudlands alias Ridlands and 10 parcels of land thereto belonging, called the Field behind the House, the Great Wassels, the Middle Wassels, the Two Warehams, the Bottom Field, the Field before the House, the Two Jacobs's, and the White Mare Croft, in all 34a; messuage or tenement, barn and 9a land, parcel of lands called Vintells; all in Limpsfield manor
  4. John Underhill : (Family ref 4 C iv b): Repository: Surrey History Centre, Woking
    1. Ref No: 2186/12/872186/12/87 : Date: 28 Sep 1750:
      Copy of court roll of manor of Limpsfield recording admission of John Underhill of Oxted, yeoman, and Sarah his wife, to messuage with barn and lands, 20a, called Burgesses. Fines not stated. Steward: Thomas Ellison
    2. Ref No: 2186/12/882186/12/88:. Date: 13 Jun 1752
      Copy of court roll of manor of Limpsfield: licence to let by Bourchier Cleeve to John Underhill
    3. Ref No: 2186/12/892186/12/89 Date: 28 Nov 1758:
      Copy of court roll of manor of Limpsfield recording surrender by John Underhill and Sarah his wife to the use of Robert Relfe of messuage with barn and lands, 20a, called Burgesses. Steward: Elisha Biscoe
    4. Ref No: 2186/12/62186/12/6 Date: 17 Apr 1759:
      Copy of court roll of manor of Limpsfield recording admission of John Langridge, blacksmith, to Vintells, surrendered by John Underhill. Fine 14. Steward: Elisha Biscoe. (blacksmith's shop and premises called Vintells at Merrill [Merle] Common, Limpsfield)
  5. George Underhill: (Family ref 4 C iv c): Repository: Surrey History Centre, Woking Date: 13 Jul 1714 Ref No: 2186/13/22186/13/2
    Copy of court roll of manor of Limpsfield recording admission of George Underhill senior and George Underhill junior to lands in -/13/1. Fine not stated. Steward: Adams Farmer junior
  6. Edward Underhill: (Family ref 4 G): Repository: Surrey History Centre, Woking. Date: 10 Jun 1676: Ref No: K18/1/2K18/1/2.
    Assignment 1) John Heyward of Lympsfield [Limpsfield], husbandman, and Jane his wife 2) John Illman of Worth, mason, and Edward Underhill of Worth, mason, and Margaret his wife. Demise of a cottage and 4a land in Worth at a place called Copthorne, Worth, Sussex
  7. Edward Underhill : (Family ref 4 G): Repository: Surrey History Centre, Woking. Date: 1 Feb 1679 : Ref No: K18/1/3K18/1/3
    Assignment 1) Edward King of Cuckfield, Sussex, executor of Henry Good, deceased 2) Edward Underhill of Worth, mason. Cottage and 20 rods ground enclosed out of Copthorne Common, Worth, Sussex
  8. Nicholas Underhill: (Family ref 10) : Repository: Surrey History Centre, Woking Date: 1 Jul 1663: Ref No: 838/3/1-3838/3/1-3
    Covenant to levy a fine in order to bar the entail (tripartite indentures each of which survive) by George Turner of Newplace [Lingfield] to Francis Hills of Croydon, gent, Nicholas Underhill of Lingfield, tanner, Richard Fincham of the Inner Temple and John Bland, citizen and merchant tailor of London. Manor house called Heath Hurst in Lingfield and all other houses and lands pertaining, viz:- Houses and lands called Elyes (140a), Lyncolnes, with Kerwell Lyncolnes Land and Lyncoln Mead, Mabbs (16a), Bridge Barn, parcel of Kairwell, Levetts (8a) with a coppice called Kairwell Coppice (12a), Diots and Clarkes, Reades, Morehalls (51a, with woodland), Barkers and Blacklands (30a), the White Lion of Gays, with a hay house, Rishford or Rishford Barn. Messuage called Harlinge or Newplace with lands called Dipgate, Beare Pitt, Newlands, Diggens Meadow, Princkhawe Field, the Gore, Watt Adams, the Prouds and the Beames; with five yards of land lying in Belhurst Meade; house and land (15a) and 2a in Gilmans Meade; house called Stookes alias Harlinges with its lands; Stookes (4a), house in Lingfield Heath (4a) and two further small house
  9. Edward Underhill: Ref No: 3818/23818/2. Repository: Surrey History Centre, Woking. Date: 25 Apr 1700
    Lease (release missing) of lands in Lingfield and Crowhurst, including Felcourt manor, New Place, Ware Place and Heathhurst manor 1) John Wicker, gent of Horsham, Sussex 2) Timothy Burrell of Cuckfield, Sussex, and Peter Burrell, merchant of London Premises:- In Lingfield Messuage called Colyes and 190 acres, in the occupation of Edward Underhill for 50 rent pa
Sources Returns to 'Top of Page'
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  2. Surrey parish register - Crowhurst, Lingfield, Horne
  3. Sussex parish register - East Grinstead, Hartfield, Worth, Withyham
  4. Kent parish Register - Cowden
  5. Sussex Marriage Index CD
  6. Surrey Marriage index CD
  7. Surrey Wills Abstracts
  8. Sussex Record Society – Marriage Licenses at Lewes 1586-1642,1670-1732, 1772-1837 (Volumes 1, 6, 25,26)
  9. Lewes Will Microfilm
  10. Sussex Family History Group - Baptism & Burial records
  11. IGI (International Genealogical Index: Latter-day Saints) - batches of parish records: see LINKS-Research Web sites