Do you have Sussex ancestors? Do you want to discover more about your Sussex family history? Records relating to Sussex are split between West Sussex Record Office in Chichester and East Sussex Record Office in Falmer. An experienced freelance genealogist, established 2005, I offer reliable and efficient research at West Sussex Record Office. Please contact me for a free initial assessment of your enquiry.
Please provide all relevant details in your e-mail or use the enquiry form. I regret I can't offer a free initial assessment if I'm asked to visit your website to locate information.
West Sussex parish registers: I offer a single-entry parish register transcription
service at West Sussex Record Office only for post-1813
baptisms, marriages and burials (single marriage = £10.00; single baptism = £7.00; single burial = £7.00). To use this service you must provide the parish and the exact
date of the event, from sources such as the IGI, Family Search, or family records.
Please note: this service applies only to parish registers held at West Sussex Record Office, Orchard Street, Chichester. If the register is retained at the church or deposited elsewhere - or if the parish is in East Sussex - the Bishop's Transcript entry can be transcribed instead, providing the BT for the year required is available at West Sussex Record Office. (A Bishop's Transcript is an annual summary of baptisms, marriages and burials sent each year from each parish to the Bishop. West Sussex Record Office holds surviving BTs for the entire County of Sussex. Original BTs cannot be copied.)
My fee for all other research at West Sussex Record Office is £24.00 per hour (minimum 1 hour). I do not charge for travel time or expenses, Neither do I charge for the time spent typing your report.
Find your Sussex parish:
Old Sussex Mapped (University of Portsmouth's Department of Geography project)
Try a surname search on West Sussex Record Office's catalogue .
For RAF, Royal Navy, Merchant Navy and pre-1919 Army records, I undertake research at the National Archives, Kew. Was a family member based at a Sussex airfield during WW2? All research-related enquiries welcome. Records relating to Sussex Customs & Excise Officers are also deposited at the National Archives. (Please note I am unable to respond to requests for general information regarding these records.)
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CANADIANS IN SUSSEX DURING WW2
Two authors are appealing for help with a book they are writing about Canadians in West Sussex during World War Two. They are particularly interested to hear from any Canadian Veterans who were stationed in Sussex. Also anyone who was in the Home Guard and came in contact with the Canadians or anyone who has photographs or any memories relating to the Canadians stationed in West Sussex during WW2.
Contact: Pam Wilson & Chris Vowles
Tel: 0044 (0)1903 244389
or write to:
41 Strathmore Road