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Robert Brazill

Robert Brazill, East Guldeford, East Sussex

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Knelle Cottage

24th August 2011 / Posted on Beckley message board

Robert Brazill:

I have a birth certificate for Louisa Lena Brazil, born November 1944, the address given on her birth certificate is: Knelle Cottage, Beckley, Battle RD. Can any help with any information on Knelle cottage ot the Brazil's that lived there, was/is it attached to Great Knelle Farm or Little Knelle farm
Any help / information would be greatly appreciated
Regards,
Robert

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Brooklands

10th July 2011 / Posted on Brookland message board

Robert Brazill:

My parents married in Brooklands Parish Church in June 1951, thier names were Robert (Bob) Brazill and Gladys Payne, if anyone has any information regarding the Brazill's and or the Payne family I would be grateful. Regards Robert

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East Guldeford

10th July 2011

Robert Brazill:

It a long shot but wonder if anyone can help?
On my father's 1952 National Identity Card he is shown as moving from New Barn to East Guldeford, his name was Robert (Bob) Brazill and his wife Gladys, other members of the family may have been Harry & Louisa Brazill, (Ro Harry Brazill (son) if anyone can tell me the names of the farms in the area in 1952 or have any information regarding the Brazill family I would be grateful. Regards Robert

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Stoddard Huts 1937 / Christenings

10th July 2011 / Posted on Beckley message board

Robert Brazill:

My grandparents are shown on the 1939 NHS records as living in Stoddard Huts, Battle RDC, I see there is a Stoddard Lane at Beckley can anyone tell me if the the two are connected please? My grandfather is shown on the same records as a Marine Store Dealer.
My father Robert Brazill always said he was christened at Beckley, he was born in 1926, if there is anyone who can check records for me it would be appreciated.
It may be that it was done in a baptist chapel but am unsure.
If anyone can help with any information it would be helpful. Regards Robert

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