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Doreen Finch is researching her family-
"My ancestor is Richard Sotcher c.1730. He married Elizabeth Hunt [born Bury 1728] at Coldwaltham in 1753.
I am sure we are directly or indirectly connected to the John Sotcher who went to America, but getting back via Richard has proved difficult. Richard appears to have arrived in Coldwaltham from elsewhwere, but where? I am wondering if he came in from Bignor, Sutton or one of the surrounding villages. I am also having trouble in finding Richards Father. Any help would be appreciated."
Richard Sotcher born c.1730 died 3/5/1795 Coldwaltham.
Married Elizabeth Hunt [born c.1728 Bury, Sussex] on 23/4/1753 at Coldwaltham Sussex
Lucy Sotcher c.1755 Coldwaltham
married Richard Tanner [born c.1755] on 27/2/1781 at Coldwaltham.
Elizabeth Sotcher baptised 14/8/1757 [or 14/4/1757] at Coldwaltham
married John Wolfe [born c.1760 Alverstoke Hants] on 2/6/1786 at Stopham
John Sotcher baptised 28/3/1760 Coldwaltham Sussex , Wheelwright, died 1/4/1825, Coldwaltham
married Elizabeth Pullinger [born 1763 Chichester] - on 11/3/1784 at Selsey, Sussex
Richard Sotcher baptised 5/4/1762 Coldwaltham Possibly married Anne Carter 6/5/1784 Arundel Sussex. Possibly a Anne Chaplin Widow 10/9/1794 Lambeth London.
Tryphena Sotcher born 13/5/1764 Coldwaltham.
Priscilla Sotcher baptised 1/6/ 1766 Coldwaltham, died 6/9/1780 Coldwaltham
William Sotcher baptised 27/5/1768 Coldwaltham, Shoemaker, died 29/2/1848 Poplar London
married Ann Washington [born c.1770] on 1/11/1789 Coldwaltham Sussex.
Clement Sotcher baptised 2/8/1772 Coldwaltham, Shoemaker, died 29/3/1845 Burpham Sussex
married Mary Knight [born c.1767 Stoke Sussex] on 3/2/1794 Burpham.
Thank you
  Doreen Finch

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