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I'm looking for the Callinghams who were farm labourers in Ash or Wyke (or Normandy) before or at the time of James and his wife Elizabeth (he had siblings Thomas born 26 September 1813, Elizabeth 9 June 1816, Mary 11 March 1821). Since first posting this I have been contacted by other Callingham researchers and now have a lot of information about them.
red mail Harris/Puttick
Looking for the parents of George Puttick abt 1890 and Ada Mary Harris abt 1900(jersey)
red mail lovjer family
looking for parents and siblings of mary lovjer from ash she married william draper in 1777
red mail lunnand draper families 1793
looking for families of RICHARD LUNN and his wife RUTH DRAPER they had a daughter mary in 1829 who married james west
red mail rand /johnson families ash surrey
The Rand family lived in Ash Street from early 1900s until 1990s My Grandparents George and Eliza, their children Maude Ivy Elsie Lil Thornton (Pops) and Eric. Maude(Isabella) Married Bert Johnson and live in Ash Church Road. Any information would be appreciated.
red mail Sherrin
Researching Sherrin family of Ash. William, Edward, Henry, John Sherrin. 1730's onwards. Also Chandler family, Searl, Trow family
red mail Ellen Cole
Ellen/Elizabeth Cole born c1878 Ash,Surrey.Daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Cole.
red mail John Ayling
Looking for details on family of John Ayling who emigrated to US (Pennsylvania) in about 1838. Was married to Sarah Trusler (sp) Was son of William Ayling? from Surrey. Trusler was daughter of Robert Trussler b. 1815 of Ash, Surrey, and Anne Voller daughter of Thomas Voller of Woking b ca 1170 and Sarah Boxal Any help would be appreciated.

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