A Trip Through Time
Jempsons of Peasmarsh opened their new Self Service Store in 1972 and were soon inundated with new customers. The growth of the original village store to what it has become today is a remarkable story of the enterprise and hard work put in by the family and staff. The following account of their progress is based on a feature in the first issue of “In-store Magazine” published in 1996. Continue reading The Jempson Story Part One
The Jempsons of Rye and East Sussex
WHO ARE THEY AND WHERE DID THEY ORIGINATE FROM ?
BY ROLAND JEMPSON FAMILY HISTORIAN
(WITH HELP FROM SECOND COUSIN BRIDGET EWING GENEALOGIST )
This is an attempt to answer ARTHUR WOODGATES article in the JANUARY 2010 edition of’ “RYE’S OWN” with the help from other members of the family THE JEMPSON’S are a large family, now vary widespread across this country and abroad, those that we know of all originate from RIOHARD JEMPSON of Mountfield (Died 1749) & ANNIE GAFFIELD of Whatlington (Died 1733). They were married at Whatlington. Continue reading The Jempsons of Rye