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- Robert Streatfeild (1514-1559) Earliest known ancestor of the Streatfield lines covered by this site. Founder of family fortunes in the Wealden Iron Industry.
- Henry Streatfeild (1706-1762) substantial landowner. The article briefly describes his life and land holdings; also read the page on the history of the family on this site. Wikipedia article.
- Rev. Thomas Streatfeild (1777-1848). Renowned antiquarian, topographer, genealogist and artist. He assembled material for a 52 volume 'History of Kent' now in The British Museum.
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- Sara Jane Cookson (1810-) Wife of Major Sidney Robert Streatfeild & Capt. Henry Francis Cust. Knew Elizabeth Barratt Browning. The Brownings correspondence.
- Richard Streatfeild, RN (1789-1865) Naval Officer with service in the war with France to 1815. His service history is in the Naval Biographical Dictionary by Richard O'Byrne Commander Streatfeild
- Robert Streatfeild, RN. (1786-1840) Naval Officer with service in the war with France to 1815. His service history is in the Naval Biographical Dictionary by Richard O'Byrne : Robert Streatfeild
- Rev. William Champion Streatfeild (1839-1912)Clergyman, Church of England Wikipedia article.
- Right Rev. William Champion Streatfield (1865-1929) Clergyman, Bishop of Lewes, Sussex for a few days. Wikipedia article
- Alexander Streatfeild-Moore (1863-1940). Cricketer, played for Kent CC. Wikipedia article.
- Edward Champion Streatfeild (1870-1932) A first class cricketer who played for Cambridge, Surrey and the MCCC. Wikipedia article
- Philip Streatfeild (1879-1915). Painter & Bohemian; friend & lover of Oscar Wilde & Noel Coward. Wikipedia article.
- Ruth Streatfeild Gervis (1894-1988)under her married name of Gervis. Book illustrator, including books by Enid Blyton,and collaborator with her younger sister Noel Streatfield; q.v. Wikipedia article and Heathers Blyton pages
- Noel Streatfeild (1895-1986) Actor and Novelist. Most known for childrens books, including 'Ballet Shoes'. Wikipedia article