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Lesley Taylor (nee Wade)

Lesley Taylor (nee Wade), Rye, East Sussex

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John Ball

13th November 2012 / Posted on Chatham message board

Lesley Taylor (nee Wade):

I am trying to trace the above named born at 106 Maidstone Road in Chatham Kent 24.5.1950 and shortly afterwards adopted. I am a blood relation and have news to impart.

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Cottage to Let

30th August 2012

Lesley Taylor (nee Wade):

Two double bedroomed cottage with small patio garden to let on usual 6 months renewable lease.

Contact: Lesley 01797 229318 Mobile: 07955022896

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Terraced Cottage to Let

30th August 2012 / Posted on Rye Harbour message board

Lesley Taylor (nee Wade):

I have a 2 double bed terrace cottage to let at Rye Harbour - long let.

Contact: Lesley 01797 229 318 for further details

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Dick Pearce former Landlord Ypres Pub

5th November 2011

Lesley Taylor (nee Wade):

I was sad to learn of the death of Dick recently. I have spent many happy hours in his pubs in days long gone. I know his death will represent the end of an era for many who used his pub back then.

I can think of no more fitting an end to his life than partying with friends and family in the pub he loved as if it were human, with the song "Forever ,Young" being sung. I think that would do for me too!

His daughter Jackie said that he just wanted them to raise a glass to him on his passing - Well Dick, it's early for a drink and I am not a great drinker but I have a glass here with me now and I raise it to you with fond memories.

Lesley Taylor

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Family History of Wade

26th March 2006 / Posted on Battle message board

Lesley Taylor (nee Wade):

I am trying to trace my family tree and my father James William Wade has just informed me that he recalls his grandparents James Edward and Rose Wade living in cottages at Burnt House Farm in Battle or Ninfield. This would have been around the 1930s. They had family connections to Eastbourne and the Wade's had many shops in Eastbourne Wet Fish Shop, Diary, Grocery and a Tobacconists. Does anyone at all recall a Wade family? Is there a Burnt Barn Farm in Battle?
Even better does anyone have archives of shops in Eastbourne of the 1920s or 1930s?

Would love even the tiniest bit of information.

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