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Picture No:152
Courtesy of:Peter Caister
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The Old Tram Road, Rye Harbour.
Produced by A.G.Hedgler, Post Office, Rye Harbour showing views of the village. Date is guessed.
Picture Added on 29 April 2006.


The house with the fence around it was where my uncle Jack (Cutting) lived with my aunt Meg who ran off with the ferryman.
Added by Philip Dibley on 22 July 2010.
Hi could anybody tell me if Jack Cutting's father was James Charles Cutting??
Added by Jean Elizabeth Small (nee Cutting) on 19 October 2012.
Hi Jean - I have some information about the Cutting family and have e-mailed you several times but you have not yet responded. If you care to e-mail me I will try to add some Cutting family information for you.
Added by Vince Smith on 22 October 2012.
Hello Jean, Jack Cutting was your grandfathers brother the son of James Charles. James Charles had 4 sons and 3 daughters. Tom Fred Jack and Bert, The Daughters were May Phyllis and Bessie who was my mother. I think Charles wife was Carrie Saunders !
Added by Philip Dibley on 23 October 2012.
I believe James Charles Cutting married Caroline Saunders in 1888(daughter of Thomas Sydney Saunders & Emily Sharpey, who were married in 1864).
My great grandmother Ellen Cutting b. 20 May 1870 (shown in a photo on this web site with her husband John Sharpey Saunders) was the brother of James Charles Saunders b. 1858.
I would be happy to exchange additional information if anyone would like to contact me directly.

Added by Vince Smith on 24 October 2012.
Caroline I believe was james charles (chalkie) wife, they were married in 1888. I also believe they had a son called richard (dick) who took over james charles job as ferryman
Added by Jean Elizabeth Small (nee Cutting) on 26 October 2012.

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