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Edith St B Wylie [Brown], daughter of Thomas Brown, magistrate and farmer and Mrs Brown
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Date
Type
Information
Source
 
1857
Born
In the Parish of Isfield, Sussex
1891 Census
Hartfield, Sussex
 
c 1884
Married
Edward D Wylie
 
 
1885
Birth of a son
Percy E at Calcutta in the Country of India
1891 Census
Hartfield, Sussex
 
5th Apr 1891
Census
At Old Lodge House in the Parish of Hartfield, Sussex; Edith St B Wylie, F, Daughter, married, age 34, born Isfield, Sussex
1891 Census
Hartfield, Sussex

Ancestor's report
Descendent's report
Brown, Broune, Broun, Browne, Browner family records
Whiley, Wille, Wiley, Willey, Willie, Wyllie, Willy, Wylle, Wylie, Wyley individual records
The ancestral pedigree of Edith St B Wylie [Brown]
  
 Thomas Brown
magistrate and farmer
m: c 1840Mrs 
 b: 1816 Essex  b: c 1820
  
      
 Adela C Christina (Clementina) Eleanor M. Edith St B Rosamond 
 b: 1841 Tunbridge Wells, Kent b: 1844 Rusper, Sussex b: 1849 Uckfield, Sussex b: 1857 Isfield, Sussex b: 1861 Isfield, Sussex 
            
Parental
record
   
   
   
 Edward D Wylie
East India merchant
m: c 1884Edith St B Brown 
 b: 1850 Calcutta, India  b: 1857 Isfield, Sussex
  
  
 Percy E 
 b: 1885 Calcutta, India 
Family
record

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