The Wrattens in Herstmonceux were also linked to the Honeyset family who were ironworkers of French / Belgian extraction in the Mountfield and Westfield areas opf East Sussex back into the 1540's
Check out these web sites for the Honeysett family
Sally Priscilla 13 Oct 1858 married William Norman a farm labourer and gardener at Herstmonceux castle from Cumberland in 1880
This was the end of my line back top the Barnard name
She then as Sally Norman went on to have 9 daughters who each married and took their husbands names.
The daughters were
The family are pictured here in the grounds of Herstmonceux castle
They lived at Clevers Lyng cottage Herstmonceux near the church and castle which recently has been a tea rooms and country hotel.
Sally and William moved to Poynings with their daughters after 1900 to garden for their previos employer when the castle at Herstmoncuex was sold
Sally in later life
Sally and WIlliam are buried in Poynings Graveyard
Baker - Barnard Barnett - Bryan Bryant - Browne - Cheat Chate -Clark - Gorrninge -Honeysett - Jeffery - Norman - Shoosmith - Tamkin - Vincent Vincett - Willard - Wratten