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red mail Kate Hopgood aka Curtis
Kate was born cica 1837 in Andover, Hampshire, I am looking for her parents, her marriage to Thomas Jones, any census except 1891 and 1901, which I have, and her death record. She lived in Bletchingley in 1891 and 1901. Thanks P
red mail GATLAND BLETCHINGLY
I've just discovered that my ancestor John GATLAND died in 1848 in the GODSTONE UNION WORKHOUSE BLETCHINGLY. Does anyone have information about this workhouse? He was married to Olive Palmer. Thanks, Maggie in CA
red mail Saker family in Bletchingley
I am descended from Thomas Saker (1779 to 1864). He left the village in the early 1800's to work on Lord Nelson's estate at Merton (Merton Place) and married Sarah Philcox in Southwark about 1803. Her age is unclear, as some birthdates given for her in some trees would have her marrying at age just 13.Thomas was a 'general factotum' - gardener/carpenter. He died in Merton at the age of 85. A Google search "Merton Place Saker" will give you some verbatin quotes from the old fellow just before he died, in a history of Merton. He was commenting on Nelson's relationship with Lady Hamilton. I have reached back as far as Thomas' grandfather Joseph Saker, born in 1710 or thereabouts, but no further yet. I do not know if he was born in Bletchingley or not. Does anyone know how long the rest of the Saker family resided in BLetchingley? I am returning to England in 2010, willl stay in Bletchingley, and would like to meet some relations, albeit distant ones.
red mail grossmith
my family lived in bletchingley from 1700 onwards I would like to hear from anyone with the name grossmith.
red mail Antcliffe, 4 Castle Street
I'm looking for any photographs or information on 4 Castle Street, my ancestor Frederick Antcliffe was living there in 1901. His occupation was listed as "engine driver (electric light)", does this mean anything to anyone? Thanks
red mail Legg family in Bletchingley Kent
John Legg moved his family from Henfield/Woodmancote, Surrey to Bletchingley about 1780. He appears to have lived there with with his wife (Anne Gregory) and children until his death in 1819. His son John, a watchmaker and clockmaker, married Nancy James and through her was related to the Selmes family. The family had the Post Office and shops in Bletchingley. Any information about the family - including the whereaboutsof any of John's clocks - would be much appreciated.
red mail Medhurst/Welsh
I am trying to find out more on my grandfather's family. George Henry Levi MEDHURST was born in Bletchingley in 1912, and married Vera Graham WELSH in 1933.
SAKER / CANFIELD / HOLDEN
Thomas Saker married Sarah Canfield at Bletchingley on 1st July 1765. I am descended from their daughter Sarah Saker born 1778 at Bletchingley. She married James Holden at Croydon on 1st November 1800. Is anyone connected with this family please?
red mail William Collins b.1806
I am looking for any info. on William Collins. He married Augusta Miriam King and they had eleven children. About five were born in Godstone although William and Augusta lived in Chipping Barnet. I think his father was called John Williams possibly a servant. Can anyone provide me with any further info. Thanks.
red mail Strudwick of Bletchingley
The person who entered info on Mary Ann Strudwick born 1844 who married George Brooker . If still interested, I have some family info on the Brooker family & the odd photo. As your Email is out of order
red mail Buckland
I'm looking for Charles Alfred Buckland born c.1870 in Bletchingley. Wife Mary. Children include Mabel, Eva and Herbert.
red mail Potter, Cucksey, Longhurst
POTTER, CUCKSEY & LONGHURST I am looking for any information on the above families from Bletchingley who were married into the Potter family.
red mail Wallis, Hollands of Bletchingley
I'm looking for anybody researching Wallis,Hollands of Bletchingley all dates. My earliest recorded Wallis entry is Elizabeth Wallis b: 27 Dec 1734 to parents John b: 1707 & Elizabeth .John was born place unknown , marr: Elizabeth abt: 1728 place unknown . Information on the above would be most helpful .I have seven children to the above marr: starting with James half were born elsewhere ,including James, Henry, Thomas & Mary.By 1780 John was appointed tax assessor Bletchingley 28 June 1780 ceased 1790 age 83ys died 1797 age 90ysBletchingley. William Wallis b: 1822 GG/son of John marr: Mary Hollands 28 Oct 1848 Croydon. Mary Hollands b: 30 June 1822 Bletchingley f: Thomas m: Sarah. The Wallis's of Bletchingley were Bricklayers & the Hollands were Carpenters. As the Bletchingley records have many years missing , any information which might fill in a few gaps would be appreciated.
red mail Fielder
I am seeking info regarding the parents of ANN FIELDER. She was born in Bletchingley in 1828 and was christened there on 30/3/1828. She married twice: John Rickerby (04/06/1848, St Saviours, Southwark) and William Sydney Seager (19/10/1856, St Peter's Church, Bethnal Gn) I suspect that her parents names were JOSEPH and ADRIA but know little else about them. Can you help?
red mail Buck, Elsey, Robinson
Frederick Robinson born Oct 1856 Leatherhead, son of John Robinson and Eliza, Frederick married Mary Ann Buck 31 Aug Outwood daughter of William Buck and Mary Elsey born 20 Sept 1857 Bletchingley
red mail Bletchingley
Hannah Longley born 1870 in Burstow/Horne Surrey. Married William Barnes born 1868 in Bletchingley. Living there in 1901 with children Violet age 10, Lilian age 8 and Leonard age 2. Looking for any descendants.
Strudwick In Bletchingley
any info on MARY ANN STRUDWICK born1844. Married GEORGE BROOKER 1876 His father WILLIAM was a hairdresser and lived at Middle Row, Bletchingley in 1881 with his wife ELIZA and son HARRY Brooker


 
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