Brighton and Beyond

A History of the Cowley Family

Reproduced by kind permission of The Royal Pavilion and Museums, Brighton & Hove

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From Louisa Cowley (1845)

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  Page updated - 27 February 2016

© Peter Cowley 2016

From Charles Cowley (1800)

Louisa

Cowley

b 13 Sep 1845

d Abt 1900

Thomas

Souch

b Abt 1839

d Abt 1873

Mary Jane

Boxall

b Not known

d Abt 1865

James

Souch

b Abt 1844

d Not known

James Boxall

Souch

b Abt 1865

d Abt 1875

24 Apr 1864

Hove

Sussex

4 Mar 1867

Brighton

Sussex

27 Jun 1875

London

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Frederick James

Souch

b Abt 1875

d Not known

Edith Ada

Souch

b Abt 1880

d Not known

WilliamThomas

Souch

b 2 Apr 1887

d Abt 1969

Edith Clara

Vine

b Abt 1873

d Abt 1951

Charles Webster

Stephen Souch

b Abt 1870

d 22 Jan 1944

Howard Ellis

Souch

b Abt 1882

d Not known

Emigrated to Canada

1906

Thanks to Catherine Fenton and Ruth Perkins for the photographs, stories, and genealogical information on this page

From Ernest Walter Souch (1868)

Ernest Walter

Souch

b Abt 1868

d Abt 1907

Louie

Souch

b Abt 1901

d Not known

Thomas

Souch

b Abt 1905

d Not known

Edith Mabel

Souch

b Abt 1895

d Not known

Sidney Walter

Woods

b Not known

d Not known

Irene May

Woods

b Abt 1919

d Not known

Hilda Marion

Woods

b Abt 1922

d Not known

10 Jul 1893

Sussex

Abt 1917

Albert Edward

Souch

b Abt 1872

d 30 Sep 1941

Clara

Wallis

b Abt 1873

d 21 Mar 1958

Abt 1896

Brighton

Sussex

Lizzie Louise

Souch

b Abt 1877

d Abt 1948

John Sargent

Pitt

b Abt 1878

d Not known

Abt 1901

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Louisa Cowley

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The Life & Times of Louisa Cowley

Charles Webster Stephen Souch

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Howard Ellis Souch

Howard Ellis Souch was apparently named after Charles Howard Ellis (9 August 1830 - 17 January 1880) who was an English cricketer active from 1856 to 1868 and who played for Sussex. He was born in Ditchling and died in Brighton. He appeared in 80 first-class matches as a right handed batsman who bowled underarm. He scored 1,812 runs with a highest score of 83 and took 100 wickets with a best performance of eight for 96.