Ancestors of Mandy Willard

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The LONGHURST Families of Sussex

Contents

My Longhurst Ancestors

Family Group Pages

Other Web Sites

 

Locations

Billingshurst

Horsham

 

 

My Longhurst Ancestors

A 6x Great Grandmother may have been Ann Longhurst who married Jeremiah Holder in 1727 in Billingshurst, Sussex.  She was baptised in Horsham, Sussex and was the daughter of William Longhurst and Sarah Young, who had married in Charlwood, Surrey in 1697.

 

 

Family Group Pages

George Longhurst (c1670-1733) and Joane Kempsale (1672-1747)

John Longhurst (c1590-1660) and Joane Neeles (c1595-?)

John Longhurst (1615-1648) and Elizabeth Redford (c1620-1667)

William Longhurst (c1670-?) and Sarah Young (c1675-?)

Jeremiah Holder (c1700-1767) and Ann Longhurst (1701-1768)

William Willard (?-?) and Charlotte Longhurst (1792-?)

Ralph Thorns (1735-1817) and Martha Longhurst (1737-1812)

 

 

Other Web Sites

 

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My line of descent

 

William Longhurst

(c1670-?)

 

Ann Longhurst

(1701-1768)

 

James Holder

(1737-?)

 

Allen Older

(c1775-1842)

 

Sophia Holder

(1811-1884)

 

George Willard

(1835-1902)

 

William Charles Willard

(1866-1950)

 

William Charles Willard

(1894-1948)

 

Jesse Willard

 

Mandy Willard

 

(click on a name to go to their family group page)

 

 

This page was reviewed on 11 April 2012