The Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex
Ancestry report for Richard Lullam, son of Mark Lullam and Elizabeth Lullam [Byshop]
Generation No. 1
1. Richard Lullam was the son of (2) Mark Lullam and (3) Elizabeth Lullam [Byshop]. He was born 1676 at Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 20th Aug 1676 at St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex
 
Generation No. 2
2. Mark Lullam was the son of (4) Richard Lullam and (5) Mrs Lullam. He was born 1653 at Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 6th Nov 1653 at St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex
He married Elizabeth Byshop on 6th Sep 1675 at St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex. She was born c 1655. They had the following children:
iRichard who was born 1676 Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 20th Aug 1676 St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex
 
3. Elizabeth Lullam [Byshop] She was born c 1655
She married Mark Lullam on 6th Sep 1675 at St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex. He was the son of Richard Lullam and Mrs Lullam. He was born 1653 at Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 6th Nov 1653 at St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex. They had the following children:
iRichard who was born 1676 Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 20th Aug 1676 St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex
 
Generation No. 3
4. Richard Lullam was the son of (6) Richard Lullam and (7) Dorothy Lullam [Curde]. He was born 1614 at Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 17th Jul 1614 at St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex
He married ..... on c 1640. She was born c 1620. They had the following children:
iRichard who was born 1643 Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 7th May 1643 St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex
iiMark who was born 1653 Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 6th Nov 1653 St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex
iiiJohn who was born 1659 Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 19th Feb 1659 St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex
ivJohn who was born 1661 Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 14th Apr 1661 St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex
 
5. Mrs Lullam She was born c 1620
She married Richard Lullam on c 1640. He was the son of Richard Lullam and Dorothy Lullam [Curde]. He was born 1614 at Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 17th Jul 1614 at St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex. They had the following children:
iRichard who was born 1643 Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 7th May 1643 St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex
iiMark who was born 1653 Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 6th Nov 1653 St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex
iiiJohn who was born 1659 Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 19th Feb 1659 St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex
ivJohn who was born 1661 Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 14th Apr 1661 St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex
 
Generation No. 4
6. Richard Lullam He was born c 1580
He married Dorothy Curde on 18th May 1606 at St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex. She was born c 1580. They had the following children:
iWilliam who was born 1607 Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 6th Sep 1607 St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex
iiRichard who was born 1614 Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 17th Jul 1614 St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex
 
7. Dorothy Lullam [Curde] She was born c 1580
She married Richard Lullam on 18th May 1606 at St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex. He was born c 1580. They had the following children:
iWilliam who was born 1607 Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 6th Sep 1607 St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex
iiRichard who was born 1614 Ticehurst, Sussex; christened 17th Jul 1614 St. Mary the Virgin Church, Ticehurst, Sussex
 

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