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Stephen Putland (1806-1880)

From Historical Hastings

Born in Beckley, Stephen Putland moved to St Leonards around 1826, first being resident in Lavatoria - a square which he was instrumental in 'opening up' to the rest of Norman Road and St Leonards by enlarging the opening in Burton's boundary wall in 1841. He worked as a councillor, lay-preacher in the Wesleyan ministry, surveyor and coal merchant[1]. By 1851, he was resident at 4 London Road with his wife, Mary and children[2]. The 1861 Census shows his address as being 7 London Road


Children of: Short name: Stephen Putland

and Joined with-g1: Mary Ann Vine (-1878)

Name Birth Death Joined with
Stephen D. Putland (1827-1886)


Mary A. Putland (1829-1887)


Harry R. Putland (1833-)


Thomas Putland (1835-1898)


Walter Putland (1840-)


Septimus Putland (1843-)


Sarah J. Putland (1846-1929)


Alfred D. Putland (1847-)


Charles D. Putland (1848-1916) 1848 1916

Brett Eulogy[edit]

Brett in his Manuscript Histories writes:

References & Notes

  1. British Newspaper Archive Hastings & St. Leonards Observer 19 March 1881 Pg. 0006
  2. UK Census Return 1851