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James Henley, farmer
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Date
Type
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Source
 
1825
Born
In the Parish of Ardingly, Sussex
1881 Census
East Grinstead, Sussex
 
6th Oct 1849
Married
Eunice Jenner at St. Peter's Church in the Parish of Ardingly, Sussex
Ardingly Marriage Registers
 
30th Mar 1851
Census
At High Gate in the Parish of East Grinstead, Sussex; Lodger; occupation: hoop bender
1851 Census
East Grinstead, Sussex
 
1856
Birth of a son
Frank in the Parish of Forest Row, Sussex
1881 Census
East Grinstead, Sussex
 
1861
Birth of a daughter
Alice in the Parish of Forest Row, Sussex
1881 Census
East Grinstead, Sussex
 
3rd Apr 1881
Census
At Tunbridge Wells Road in the Parish of East Grinstead, Sussex; James Henley, M, Head, married, age 56, born Ardingly, employs 6 labourers and 2 boys; occupation: farmer
1881 Census
East Grinstead, Sussex

No ancestor's report
Descendent's report
Hendley, Hendly, Hendlye, Hendlie, Henley, Henly, Henney family records
The ancestral pedigree of James Henley, farmer
  
 James Henley
farmer
m: 6th Oct 1849 St. Peter's Church, Ardingly, SussexEunice Jenner 
 b: 1825 Ardingly, Sussex  b: 1829 Hartfield, Sussex
  
   
 Frank Alice 
 b: 1856 Forest Row, Sussex b: 1861 Forest Row, Sussex 
Family
record

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