Other Tullett Researchers
David Fyson's mother was Lucy Eliza Tullett (1896-1974) and
she married William Fyson in 1920. David and I share
Peter Tullet (c1700-1749) and
Elizabeth Gratwick (c1705-1786) as common ancestors.
Edward Tullett (1736-1803) was born and married in Slaugham, Sussex, but
he and his wife
Elizabeth Whiting (c1740-1793) raised their family in Nuthurst, Sussex.
They had 13 children, 1 of whom was known to have died in infancy and at
least 4 married. Their eleventh child was
(1779-1860) who married
in Ditchiling, Sussex in 1812.
James and Mary had at least 3 children, who according to the
census were all born in Ditchling, but none were baptised there (1815, 1817
and 1818). Their youngest child was another
who married Jane
Ashdown in 1842 in Ditchling.
James and Mary had 10 children. The first was baptised
in Keymer, the next 3 in Westmeston and the following 6 in Ditchling.
Their eldest son,
Henry Tullett (1845-?) married
Louisa Maria Moorey
in 1867 in Brighton, Sussex.
Henry and Louisa's first child was born in Brighton. The
next 4 in Ditchling and the final 3 in Lewes, East Chiltington and Plumpton,
respectively. Their third son was
James Thomas Tullett
(1870-?) and he married
Burtenshaw-Cox in 1891 in Staplefield.
James and Charlotte were the parents of 7 children, one of
whom was Lucy Eliza Tullett, mother of David Fyson.