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Markly House - Ancestral home of the Darby family.

East Sussex






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Ancestral home of the Darby family.





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Clifford McCullough said ...
Also Leap Castle, Kings County, (now County Offaly) Ireland. Pictures and entry in "The Landed Gentry" showing the family tree available.
Wednesday, May 21, 2014 : 15:55

Moleybong said ...
Lieut. Benjamin Hallowell-Carew 2nd son of Adm. Sir Benjamin Hallowell-Carew, G.C.B. died aged 30 on the 7 May 1832 at the house of John Darby Esq., Markly, Sussex. [Morning Post 11 May 1832]
Sunday, Sep 27, 2015 : 16:31

Researcher said ...
In 1830, John Darby of Markly, Sussex, father of John Nelson Darby, was listed as a subscriber in the following documents:

Statement Of Proceedings Towards The Establishment Of King’s College London 1830

Subscription Shares Of £100 Each

Darby, John Esq.; Markly, Sussex 5 [shares]



Subscribers To The Eldon Testimonial 1830 [The Eldon Law Scholarship Oxford]

Darby, John, Esq. Markly near Uckfield, Sussex, £20.00
Monday, Sep 28, 2015 : 09:01



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