George Stratton, son of Thomas Stratton and Harriet Stratton [Longley]
Date
Type
Information
Source
 
1855
Born
In the Parish of East Grinstead, Sussex
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14th Oct 1855
Christened
At Holy Trinity Church in the Parish of Forest Row, Sussex
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Apr 1856
Died
In the Parish of Forest Row, Sussex
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27th Apr 1856
Buried
At Holy Trinity Church in the Parish of Forest Row, Sussex
Arthur Turk's records

The ancestral pedigree of George Stratton
   
 Thomas Strattonm: 19th Jun 1843 St. Nicholas Church, Brighton, SussexHarriet Longley 
 b: 1818 Burnham, Buckinghamshire  b: 17th Jan 1821 Penshurst, Kent
ch: 4th Mar 1821 St. John the Baptist
d: 10th Nov 1889 Ashurstwood, Sussex registered at East Grinstead District, Sussex ref: 1889 Q4 Vol 2b Page 90
  
      
 Thomas Edward Samuel George Mary Ann Charles William 
 b: July 1850 East Grinstead, Sussex
ch: 4th Aug 1850 Holy Trinity Church, Forest Row, Sussex
 b: 28th Dec 1852 East Grinstead, Sussex
ch: 23rd Jan 1853 Holy Trinity Church, Forest Row, Sussex
 b: 1855 East Grinstead, Sussex
ch: 14th Oct 1855 Holy Trinity Church, Forest Row, Sussex
d: April 1856 Forest Row, Sussex
bur: 27th Apr 1856 Holy Trinity Church, Forest Row, Sussex
 b: 1857 East Grinstead, Sussex
ch: 18th Oct 1857 Holy Trinity Church, Forest Row, Sussex
 b: 1864 East Grinstead, Sussex
ch: 24th Apr 1864 Holy Trinity Church, Forest Row, Sussex
d: Apr to June 1902 registered at East Grinstead District, Sussex ref: 1902 Q2 Vol 2b Page 91
 
              
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