When the 1861 census was recorded Ann was an 80 year old widow and living
with her son James at Ferrys Lodge in Henfield.
Mary Ann Browning was born in 1802 and died aged 70 years in
Mary Ann married
Daniel Tourle on 1 November 1828 in
Henfield. He was then a bachelor of West Grinstead and Mary Ann
Brownings a spinster of Henfield. The witnesses to the
marriage were Charles Tourle and Sarah Tourle.
Daniel was born about 1806 in Steyning, Sussex and died aged 91 years in
William Brownings was baptised on 27 September 1807 in Twineham.
Ann Kinsett on 7 April 1830 in Henfield. He was
then a bachelor of Ashurst and she a spinster of Henfield.
Henry Browning was born about 1808 in Twineham. He died in
Henry married twice. Firstly to
Mary Ann Shoulder
on 23 August 1834 in Hove, Sussex. He was then a bachelor and she
a spinster and they were both of Hove. Mary Ann was born about
1803. She died aged 44 years on 25 March 1847 in Henfield.
The couple had 9 known children.
Henry then married
Fenden on 6 May 1850 in Hove.
Peter Brownings was baptised on 24 December 1809 in Twineham.
He died aged 71 years in 1881.
Peter married twice. Firstly
to Jemima Tidy by banns on 13 October 1832 in Henfield. He
was then a bachelor and she a spinster and they were both of Henfield.
Jemima was baptised on 22 May 1814 in Cowfold, Sussex and was the
daughter of William Tidy and Hannah Knapp. She died
aged 25 years and was buried on 8 June 1839 in Henfield.
next married Elizabeth Sharp on 29 September 1839 in Henfield.
He was then described as a widower and labourer, and the son of William Brownings a labourer. Elizabeth was a spinster and the
daughter of Thomas Sharp a tailor. They were both of
Edward Brownings was born on 11 June and baptised on 19 July 1812
Zilpah Duffield on 3 June 1832 in
Warnham, Sussex. He was then a bachelor and she a spinster and
they were both of Warnham.
Zilpah was buried in Henfield on 3
Thomas Browning was baptised on 12 February 1815 in Henfield.
He died aged 39 years and was buried on 21 September 1854 in Henfield.
Elizabeth Haybittle on 12 April 1842 in Henfield.
Thomas and Elizabeth had 6 known children:
Henry Browning was born on 18 June
and baptised on 28 June 1847 in Henfield.
Peters in 1869. She died before the recording of the 1881
census. At that time Henry and his 4 children were living in
Abinger Road, Portslade and he was then a labourer.
Henry and Mary
Ann had the following children:
Mary Ann Browning was baptised on
26 March 1870 in Portslade. She married
in 1891. (They have their own page.)
Frederick H. Browning
Louisa Browning was baptised on 2
January 1820 in Henfield. She died aged 79 years and her death was
registered in the first quarter of 1899 in the Horsham registration
William Hoadley on 10 November 1841 in Henfield. William's
sister Eliza Hoadley was a witness to the marriage.
was baptised on 23 July 1815 in Henfield and was the son of
James Hoadley (1764-1844) and
He died aged 76 year and his death was registered in the first quarter
of 1892 in the East Preston registration district.
John Browning was baptised on 12 May 1822 in Henfield. John
was a publican.
John married Sarah Kensett on 24 December
1847 in Henfield.
Sarah was born about 1823. She died aged
63 years and was buried on 26 April 1886 in Henfield.
James Brownings was baptised on 26 June 1825 in Henfield.
He died aged 66 years and was buried on 3 November 1890 in Henfield.
Rebecca Banfield on 6 August 1860 in Henfield.
Rebecca was baptised on 21 October 1827 in Woodmancote and was the
daughter of James Banfield and Lydia Glassbrook. Rebecca died aged 59 years and was buried
on 27 March 1887 in Henfield.
On 10 April 1858 in Woodmancote, James and Rebecca were witnesses to the
marriage of her brother
John Banfield to
When the 1861 census was recorded, 35 year old James and 33 year old
Rebecca, were living at Ferrys Lodge in Henfield. James was then
an agricultural labourer. Also with the couple on census night was
12 year old daughter Ellen Banfield a scholar, and 80
year old mother and widow Ann Brownings.