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Emma Longley, daughter of Charles Longley, labourer and Mary Ann Longley
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Date
Type
Information
Source
 
1873
Born
In the Parish of Danehill, Sussex
1881 Census
East Grinstead, Sussex
 
3rd Apr 1881
Census
At Lower Road in the Parish of East Grinstead, Sussex; Emma Longley, F, Daughter, age 8, born Danehill; occupation: scholar
1881 Census
East Grinstead, Sussex

Ancestor's report
No descendent's report
Longley, Longly, Langley, Langly, Longelegh, Longlegh individual records
The ancestral pedigree of Emma Longley
  
 Richard Longley
farm labourer
m: c 1825Mary A. 
 b: 1800 Bolney, Sussex  b: 1803 Maresfield, Sussex
  
         
Edward Mary Charles Sophia Caroline Esther Jane James 
b: 1831 Sussex b: 1835 Sussex b: 1836 Fletching, Sussex b: 1837 Fletching, Sussex b: 1838 Fletching, Sussex b: 1840 Fletching, Sussex b: 1841 Fletching, Sussex b: 1844 Fletching, Sussex 
                 
Grandfather record
  
  
   
 Charles Longley
labourer
m: c 1857Mary Ann 
 b: 1836 Fletching, Sussex  b: 1837 London
  
    
 Elizabeth Alice Emma 
 b: 1867 Danehill, Sussex b: 1870 Danehill, Sussex
ch: 22nd May 1870 All Saints (als Holy Trinity Chapel)
d: 14th Sep 1944 Morton Road, East Grinstead, Sussex
 b: 1873 Danehill, Sussex 
        
Parental record

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