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HOLMWOOD FAMILY
I am researching my ancestors the HOLMWOODS who lived in Charlwood and surrounding areas. So far my records date back to 1515 linking also to the SHOVE,NYE,LOVALL,DUNSTALL Families. I AM happy to share and, exchange any information that will be useful to myself and, other researchers.JENNY
red mail Henry Page - Stanhill?
My ancestor Henry Page (according to 1851 census born Charlwood circa 1786) - not found in parish register. I was recently sent (from one of Henry's descendants in Australia) a picture which has been tentatively identified as Stan Hill Cottage, Charlwood. This may have been the old family home, or at least close to where Henry was born. By 1810 Henry was living in London. He had three brothers - Thomas, Richard, Charles. If you know anything about Henry Page and his family I would be delighted to hear from you IAN
Charlwood Family -?Quakers
Does anyone have connection to the Charlwood family who lived around the Charlwood/Horsham/Rusper/Ifield area about 1750 - 1820? I am looking for connections to a Phoebe Charlwood who was probably a Quaker and married John Tickner at Horsham Parish Church in 1816.
red mail Sharp
Hi,any info on Sharp,Charlwood or Nutley Dean,Cheers,Brian
red mail Cliffen/Clifton/Brown
Help Can you help me unravel a mystery regarding my great x3 grandparents Isaac Cliffen and Elizabeth? This may take some explaining – so please stay with me. I have reviewed the Charlwood parish records and found a marriage record for Isaac Cliffen & Elizabeth Brown on August 25, 1813 in Charlwood, Surrey, England This couple had 5 children baptized in Charlwood. Isaac Cliffen – baptized June 25, 1815 Elizabeth Cliffen – baptized January 31, 1819 Mary Cliffen – baptized October 1, 1820 Thomas Cliffen- baptized January 12, 1823 Stephen Cliffen – baptized March 6, 1825 I cannot find an Isaac & Elizabeth Cliffen or any of the children in the 1841 census. But do find an Isaac Clifton with 4 children Elizabeth, Isaac, Mary & Stephen all about the right age living in Leigh, Surrey (about 5 kilometers from Charlwood). Is this a strange coincident or do you think this could possibly be my great x3 grandfather? In the 1851 census; Isaac Clifton is listed as a widowed and living with his daughter Elizabeth, a servant and 2 agricultural labourers in Leigh, Kent. Occupation listed as a Farmer of ** acres - employing 3 labourers Elizabeth Cliffen is listed as a widowed and head of the household. Living with son Thomas, daughter-in-law Amy and granddaughters: Elizabeth, Sarah Ann & Jane @ Broadham Green in Oxted, Surrey. Occupation listed as a Pauper In the 1861 census; Isaac Clifton is living with his daughter Elizabeth and her husband Stephen Weller @ Hook Farm in Leigh, Surrey. Occupation listed as a Retired Farmer Elizabeth Cliffen is living with her son Thomas, daughter-in-law Amy, 4 grandchildren; Emma, Jane, John & Thomas and Amy's father William King @ Broadham Green in Oxted, Surrey. No occupation listed In the 1871 census; Isaac Clifton is living with his daughter Elizabeth, son-in-law Stephen Weller and 2 grandson; Isaac (abt 1858/Reigate) & William A (abt 1862/Reigate) Clifton in Leigh, Winchester, Surrey. Occupation listed as Living on Annuitant Elizabeth Cliffen is living with son Thomas, grandchildren; Ann, Thomas, John, Emma, William & Henry and great grandson William H @ Broadham Green in Oxted, Surrey. No occupation listed I’d love to hear your thoughts on this. I look forward to hearing from you.
red mail Mayfield Farm 1935
Has anybody any history of Mayfield Farm/house around 1935, like who owned it, and what type of farm it was, I have since found out that my Dad's sister (Joan) drowned in the fishpond when she was 18 months old, My Dad's(George) Dad also (George Addy) was a farm hand there with his wife Doris, who lived in The lodge on Mayfield farm, they moved from Woodchurch in Kent. Any whiff of anything would help. Stephen
red mail Ellis in Charlwood
I am searching for information about the Pickett, aka Piggott, families who were living in the Haslemere, Chiddingfold and possibly even Hambledon areas from before 1700 through to the mid 1800's at least. My interest concerns the ancestors of Jane Pickett b 1813 Haslemere who "married" William Collins and settled in Chelsea. I think her parents were John Pickett b 1785 Haslemere and Jane Ellis b 1780 Chiddingfold. I believe his parents were John Pickett b 1760 Chiddingfold and Ann ?. I believe her parents were Thomas Ellis b 1840 Charlwood and Jane? John's parents were probably Abraham Pickett and Elizabeth Matthew. I am looking for any input from anyone - I have several dead ends here - I have lots of stuff but much of it mainly conjecture. I will share anything I have with anyone interested. Thank you.
Fillary
I would be grateful for any information on the Fillary family from Charlwood. Ellenor Fillary was born there abt. 1668.
Pryer family
Please can anyone help with information about Edward Pryer b. April 1691 Charlwood, and his wife Elizabeth Dudney. They were Quakers who married at Ifield Meeting in August 1721.
red mail Rising Sun Inn - Green
Does anybody know anything of a Charles Green (wife: Mary)?. He ran the Rising Sun Inn. He had 3 children, William, Mary and Arthur.
red mail Elias Coomber
I am searching for Elias Coomber, born 1835. His father was Henry Coomber. He married Ann Godden and he died 1871. They had one son, Henry, born 1869. I know no more. Thanks.
Cox, Isaac
I am researching my ancestor Isaax Cox who was born in Charlwood in 1754, and who died at Aldhurst Farm, Capel in 1789. He was married to Mary Hayllar and I would be gratful for any information on either or both families
red mail Brook House
I am researching my grandmother Frances Butcher. In 1910 I have an address of Brook House, Charlwood, Surrey. I cannot find any record of this - can anyone help?
red mail Best
Interested in findinding more deatils re William who is my great-great grandfather on the maternal side. believe the family came from the charlwood area. William married Caroline Buckland.
BOXALL family Surrey
I am helping a friend with research into their family history and would be pleased to obtain information regarding any instances of the BOXALL family who originated in Graffham Sussex and moved to Ewell in Surrey during the late 17th century onward.
red mail Nightingale family
Family of yeomen and carpenters who lived in the Charlwood, Surrey, area in the 1600's and 1700's. The name John predominates. Happy to exchange information.
red mail Nightingale
GGGGGGF John Nightingale (born 1680's) born in Charlwood.Subsequent families all lived in Reigate, Betchworth, Buckland, Dorking, Leigh, Brockham, Newdigate. Family could possibly have lived in Charlwood since 1580's. Carpenters, builders and cabinet-makers mostly by trade
red mail ELLIS
The ELLIS family were prolific in the Charlwood area of Surrey, from the early C14. Quakers in the C17 and early C18, my direct ancestors were carpenters and sawyers. Any contact welcome and inevitable if you have ancestors in this village!


 
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