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Stephen & Judith FURNER

DaveHam9

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Hello cp,

Stephen FURNER b. 1758 Brede d. Jun Q 1839 RD Rye - parents Nathaniel & Mary

married 10 Nov 1780 Ewhurst, Sussex

Judith ELDRIDGE b. 1758 Mountfield d. ? - parents Thomas & Mary

Children all born Brede:

Thomas b. 1781
Francis b. 1783
Marie b. 1785
Harriot b. 1788
Stephen b. 1791

Please see if you can find any in 1841. Thanks.

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Hi Dave

Can't find them in 1841. 'A' trees have these details.

Judith Eldridge
Birth 1760 in Ewhurst, Sussex, England
Death 1797 in Brede, Sussex, England

Stephen Furner
Birth 21 Feb 1758 in Brede, Sussex, England
Death Jun 1839 in Rye, Sussex, England

Stephen FURNER 2nd marriage

26 Dec 1797
Marriage to Stephen Furner
Udimore, Sussex, England
Elizabeth Emily Toucher
Birth 1780 in Udimore, Sussex, England
Death 1836 in Borden, Kent, England

1850 United States Federal Census
Stephen Turner
[Stephen Furner] city, Ontario, New York abt 1790
Martha Turner
[Martha Furner] city, Ontario, New York abt 1795

Stephen b. 1791 went to America.
Married Martha PARKS 1819 Ewhurst, Sussex, England

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Hello cp,

Thank you very much.

Almost none of the FURNER parishes in Sussex OPC are online yet someone has placed entries on IGI and made trees. Not all is 100% accurate - eg, Judith c. 26 Nov 1758 but enough seems to fit.

Perhaps we should take a bit more from these trees in the mean time until more E Sussex records are online.

There are FOUR Stephen FURNERs in my tree one only 4 years older than this one. Who knows for sure which one of the two married in 1797?

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Hi Dave

Apparently Harriot b. 1788 died in 1875.

Deaths Sep 1875
FURNER Harriet 87 Faversham 2a 437

Lots of trees on 'A' for this family, as usual all numb knuckles have copied same details.

Yell out if you need any more info from these trees.

1861 England Census
Harriet Turner
[Harriet Furner] abt 1788 Bruern, Sussex, England (alt Brede) Lodger Preston, Kent

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Hello cp,

Ok, I will thanks, sometime. Yes, a few ended up across the border in Kent.

Back to Australian E/R and SILVA family for a few days. ;)

It's called 'variation' or something. :D

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Hiya Dave
1841 Harriott Furner 50
Charlotte Furner 20
both Not born county
Wares Alley West St Faversham.

Not much help soz...

oznannie

Added later baptism IGI Charlotte Furner
1.6.1817 Brede mother Harriot

There's a Charlotte Furner bn 1824 Brede married William Duggan
1840 Oakville Cove, Paterson North N.S.W

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Hello Ozn,

Thanks.

I'm not sure. I have one Harriot and no Charlotte in my tree so have no idea re parents. Unless that Harriot is married to a FURNER. Dunno. :confused:

Youngest Stephen born 1791 and mother Judith died 1797 so there could be more children I don't have.

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Lo again Dave
The plot thickens
1842 mar Charlotte Furner to John Brenchley
Faversham
1851 census
Bridge Place Preston Kent
John dredger, Charlotte, kiddies Harriett, Elizabeth, Charlotte, John, Sarah, also Harriett TURNER domestic bn Brede widow 63.

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Hello Ozn,

Plot thickens so much I'm totally lost. :2fun:

So Harriet was unmarried? Then she called herself a widow? Or Harriet FURNER married a FURNER?

I think I have enough problems dealing with the ones in my tree without adding some I don't have like Charlotte. I have hundreds of FURNERs in NSW in my tree but 90% are around Camden, Goulburn, Wagga Wagga, Coolamon, etc...

It is actually interesting because I didn't know of a second bunch of FURNERs from Brede who ended up in NSW.

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Hiya Dave :)
I know what you mean, sometimes too much info does ya head in!!
Just to say they are all there in 1861 including Harriett senior.
Someone in Anc@ has changed her name from Turner to Furner.
73yrsold lodging with Brenchleys who have more kiddies, which I'm sure you don't want to know about!!
She's a cook and it looks like unm??
Would you like me to contact the person in Anc??

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Hello Ozn,

I think I'll take a one year break from the FURNERs. :2fun:

No thanks. I have heaps of stuff to do without them. ;)

I'll return to them one day when more data is on the Sussex OPC and I can compare it to the 'A' trees.

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