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Julian Noakes

Julian Noakes, Udimore, East Sussex

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Noakes' Return to Udimore

16th September 2015

Julian Noakes:

My book: In Udimore He Remained The Story of John Noakes and his family about my Great Great Grandfather and his family, two of whom James and Thomas migrated (voluntarily) to Australia in the 1830s, contains much information about the village of Udimore in the early 1800s. It can be obtained by contacting me, Julian Noakes at kennoakes77@yahoo.co.uk

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Noakes' Return to Udimore

31st March 2013

Julian Noakes:

Hallo Colin, Your message has only just been brought to my attention. I did a lot of research about Udimore for my book about the Noakes family who lived in Udimore until 1854. one branch then moved to Hastings; others migrated to Australia. There is a lot of social history of Udimore in the 1780s-1850s period in the book-quite a few smuggling accounts too. Contact me at k.noakes@lineone.net
The book is £15 plus postage.

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Noakes' Return to Udimore

23rd March 2013

Julian Noakes:

Hi Howard. How wonderful to hear from you. You can contact me directly on k.noakes@lineone.net. I have a few copies left of the book which gives details of Thomas and James before they left in the late 1830s.

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History of Udimore

5th April 2010

Julian Noakes:

In Udimore He Remained is the book I wrote about my great great grandfather John Noakes who lived in the village all his life from 1800-1854. One brother was put on trial at the Old Bailey for smuggling offences, two went to Australia to start new lives and John stayed behind marrying twice. I have a few copies available from k.noakes@lineone.net. Well worth a read!

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Noakes' Return to Udimore

5th April 2010

Julian Noakes:

In Udimore He Remained is the book i wrote about the Noakes family of Udimore, in particular John (1800-1854) my great great grandfather. His brothers Thomas and James emigrated to Australia in the late 1830s to start new lives; another brother William was put on trial at the Old Bailey for leading a smuggling gang. The book contains a lot of social history about Udimore in the 1800s. Still a few copies available from me at k.noakes@lineone.net

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Noakes' Return to Udimore

5th April 2010

Julian Noakes:

Yes indeed! Thomas was the brother of my great great grandfather John Noakes who lived all his life (1800-1954) in Udimore. Thomas and his brother James left Udimore for Australia in 1839 and 1837 respectively. i researched and wrote about the family (and their smuggling connections) in the book "In Udimore He Remained" in 2009. Still a few available.

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Noakes' Return to Udimore

27th May 2009

Julian Noakes:

The descendants of John Noakes b 1800 d 1854 Udimore return to the village for the first time ever tomorrow 28th May to celebrate the publishing of the book "In Udimore he Remained."

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