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William A. Henly, son of Amos Henly, corn warehouseman and Caroline M. Henly
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Date
Type
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Source
 
1865
Born
In the Parish of Mayfield, Sussex
1881 Census
Wadhurst, Sussex
 
3rd Apr 1881
Census
At No 3, Watchful Lane in the Parish of Wadhurst, Sussex; William A. Henly, M, Son, age 16, born Mayfield; occupation: baker's boy
1881 Census
Wadhurst, Sussex

Ancestor's report
No descendent's report
Hendley, Hendlye, Hendlie, Henley, Henly, Henney, Henty, Hanley individual records
The ancestral pedigree of William A. Henly
  
 Richard Henley
farm labourer
m: c 1820Elizabeth 
 b: 1798 Mayfield, Sussex  b: 1800 Waldron, Sussex
  
        
 William Sarah Jane George Amos Mary Harriot 
 b: 1820 to 1825 Sussex b: 1831 Sussex b: 1834 Sussex b: 1837 Mayfield, Sussex b: 1839 Mayfield, Sussex b: 1842 Mayfield, Sussex b: 1846 Mayfield, Sussex 
                
Grandfather
record
   
   
   
 Amos Henly
corn warehouseman
m: c 1864Caroline M. 
 b: 1839 Mayfield, Sussex  b: 1844 Buckinghamshire
  
     
 William A. Mary Ann L. Ada E. Walter R. 
 b: 1865 Mayfield, Sussex b: 1867 Ticehurst, Sussex b: 1870 Wadhurst, Sussex b: 1872 Wadhurst, Sussex 
Parental
record

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