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Donovan Family

Donovan Family in Rye, East Sussex

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James Williams
6 Sep 2017

Hello Mike.
By chance I happen to look on the Rye Message Board and saw your post.
Over the past year I have done considerable research on the Donovan Family and would be more than happy to exchange any information with you.
James Williams.

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James Williams
6 Sep 2017

Hello Laura.
By chance I looked on the Rye Message Board and saw you post.
I assume you are descended from Susanna and George Edwin Woolley.
Over the last year I have Done a considerable amount of research on the Donovans and am always looking for any new information on other branches of Donovans and as yet have not gone down Susannas line.
Should you be willing perhaps we could share information.
James Williams.

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Mike Donovan
18 Nov 2016

Hi. I am a Donovan and a descendant of Daniel & Susannah. My auntie conducted some research of the family. Have you carried out any research?

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Mike Donovan
18 Nov 2016

Hi, I can help you. I am a Donovan and my ancestors are Daniel & Susannah who you are enquiring about in Rye.

Kind regards,

Mike

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Laura Martin-Hughes
4 Aug 2015

Hello James, my name is Laura and although I do not know of any of the Donovan family presently living in Rye I thought you would like to know that my Great Great Great Grandmother was Susanna (nee Williams) married to Daniel Donovan. I am a descendant of their elder daughter, also Susanna, Sarah's sister.

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James Williams
27 Feb 2013

My name is James Williams and I am hoping that somebody knows, or knows somebody else who knows, of any families with the name Donovan living in Rye. My great grandmothers name was Sarah Mahala Donovan and her father and mother were Daniel Donovan and Susanna (Nee Williams) and they lived in Seymour Place (now Rope Walk) in the 1870s.

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