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Carole Venis

Carole Venis, Battle, East Sussex

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Veness Family History

14th November 2017

Carole Venis:

Hello Richard,

Just to say I have tried emailing you but my email has been rejected as spam by your email server!

Perhaps if you try emailing me first my email might get through Ok?
It's carolevenis@hotmail.com

Regards,

Carole

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Veness Family

14th November 2017

Carole Venis:

Hi Ann,

My cousin found the wife's name and date of death as 24 April 1612, Brightling.

Yes it must be fascinating, I've thought about having mine done too.

Carole

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Veness Family History

29th October 2017

Carole Venis:

Hello Stuart,

I feel very cheeky jumping in to an old thread, but am wondering if you have or can help me with any info on the early Venis/Venice family back to Nicholas 1560.
I have a list of my direct ancestors from my father along the male line to Nicholas, but would love to know any details of their lives/what they did/what life was like for them - and I have no info on siblings.
Any help appreciated - I have not had time to look in library or church archives as yet.

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Veness Family History

28th October 2017

Carole Venis:

Hello Ann,

I also have not been able to trace Nicholas back any further.

I'm wondering who you have after Isaac/Mary Olley though?

I have the same start, and after Issac (Venice)/Mary Olley I have:

Isaac Venis 1698-1775 m Mary Pelham
Henry Venis 1736-1814 m Judith Lavender
James Venis 1806-1884 m Mary Cloake
James Venis 1837-1888 m Sarah Ann Bumstead
Edward Venis 1861-1916 m Eliza Woodrow
Charles Venis 1902-1981 m Mary Ann Elizabeth Stroud - my grandparents

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Veness Family

28th October 2017

Carole Venis:

I am a direct descendent of Nicholas Venis (Nicholas De Venoix) born around 156o in France, along my father's line.

I have not yet found out why/when he arrived in Sussex and am not sure how to find out any history prior to Sussex as apparently all French records were destroyed in the French revolution. I was told by French colleagues that even they can't trace their family history - unless a Hugenot.

Apparently records exist of members of the De Venoix family from/after the Norman Invansion onwards.

Nicholas Venis married Katherine (maiden name and place of birth unknown). She died 24th April 1612 in Brightling. Nicholas died 'after 1563'.

I Would love to find out details of how they lived / what they did for a living.

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