Peter Brown Family History

Stripp Pedigree Chart

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The following table shows the direct line ancestors of Sophia Stripp. The generation (Gen) shown refers to the generation of the ancestor in relation to Peter Brown who is generation zero.

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Where applicable click on the SPOUSE (if a link is shown) to get their own Family Group Pedigree chart with their direct line ancestors and also the indirect line ancestors of Peter Brown.

The full alphabetic list of names for this Family Group name shown in Forename / Event date order can be seen by clicking the button.

Gen
NAME
LOCATION
BIRTH YEAR
SPOUSE
15
14
13
12
11
10
c1600
Joan Bryan
9
Lingfield, Surrey
1632
Anne Wicking
8
Hartfield, Sussex
1679
Anne Butcher
7

Fletching, Sussex

Horne, Surrey

East Grinstead, Sussex

East Grinstead, Sussex

Lingfield, Surrey

East Grinstead, Sussex

1710

1780

1792

1797

1799

1800

Elizabeth Underhill

Sarah Payne

Emily Bone

Mary Payne

Anne Wheeler

Jane Mitchell

6
Horne, Surrey
1739
Eleanor Harris
5
Horne, Surrey
1784
4
Horne, Surrey
1828
3
2
1
0

Names in Italics are not direct ancestors and are usually later indirect generations of the main ancestor.

There were numerous differant spellings of "Stripp" in the parish registers eg (Strip, Stripp, Strype, Stripe, Streape, Strape, Streap). 'Streape' tended to be used from about 1730 up to about 1800, 'Strip' was then normally used to about 1840 and then 'Stripp' became the standard. Prior to Streape up to about 1715, it is thought that the name Treape (or Treap or Trepe) was used . People have been shown with the name Stripp throughout with the other names appended where applicable. The transition from Streape to Stripp is born out by the parish records being followed for a particular person ( see William Stripp & Eleanor Harris introduction for example). The transition from Treape to Streape has yet to be clearly proven but few occurences have been found since 1715 and the timeline/names fit.