I have just completed my work on tracing some of the early history of the Alfrey families in Sussex, this had centred on the fact that I am a researcher for the Felbridge & District History Group and Gullege house is within our Parish.
I had started to trace the Alfrey families and in particular the property descent to help with the reasearch my wife was completing on Gullege house.
Our completed papers (text only versions) are on the history group website at www.jeremy-clarke.freeserve.co.uk look at the publications page and then select Gullege or Alfrey.
As I am not related in any way to the Alfrey families, I do not anticipate progressing any further with this line of research and as such want to ensure that Alfrey descendents have as much access as possible to the information obtained. To that end I have placed a link at the bottom of the Alfrey publication on the history group web site. This enables you to download the list of 800 references to the Alfrey name (or versions of it) I found in Sussex documents from which my work centred. These are mainly pre 1700 references as that was the period I was perticularly interested in.
I also wish to thank all those who have helped with the research work namely Prue Turnbull, Bessie Seigel and Gruffydd Morgan-Jones the latter of whose web-site I am sure you are aware, but is linked from the history group pages if you are not.
I wish you all the best of luck in tracing your families, if you have any questions relating to the early Alfrey Sussex roots or require further information relating to documents I have referenced, please let me know and I will see if I can help.