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red mail Barhams
I'm looking for any Barhams in and around Chertsey.
red mail John Chitty born 1847
Does anyone know anything about John Chitty born 1847 to Eliza Chitty (single woman) who eventually married John Habgood in 1853. I know he lived iwth his Grandfather John Chitty and Grandmother Sarah, I believe of Knaphill.
red mail Waite(Wayte) - Chertsey Surry
I am looking for information relating to Rayers Waite who was born in the 1600's in Chertsey. His daugher Sarah was married in Buckinghamshire, but died in Jamaica. i am trying to find out if any other of her family members went to Jamaica with her.
red mail Schumacher/Oke
Searching for info on (a) Martha Ellen Schumacher nee Oke, b1877, d1963, widow of Samuel killed in WW1 and their daughter Eileen, b1916 and d1980 and (b) George and Frances Annie Schumacher who lived at 67 Grove Road, Chertsey
Repton Harold born Maxwell father Charles wesley Solman
Harold Repton lived in Chertsey with a family called Ward any info about the Ward family
red mail Beauchamp & Baldwin Family Members
I am looking for information on John and Mary Beauchamp both born in Chertsey around the 1800, they had three sons John, Joseph and William also born in Chertsey. John's son John went on to run a coffee house in Chertsey he also had three wives the first was Emma Baldwin of which he was accused of her manslaughter, i am still trying to find out more information on the case. i would love to find out more about Emma Baldwin & her family before her. John & Emma had a daughter also called Emma who was born in guildford in 1851, she went on to marry Thomas Godding but was disowned by her father and step mother for marrying below herself, from what i am told i do not believe Emma was aware that Sarah Beauchamp was her step mother as she always referred to her as her mother. Sarah and John went on to have a daughter called Mary. I am still looking into John Beauchamps third wife. I believe that the Beauchamps of Chertsey were some how related to the Beauchamps of Egham but i am still trying to find the link. If anyone out there thinks that they maybe able to help me i would love to hear from you.
Looking for all these names connected to Chertsey.
In the 1901 census I found some WILKINS family living with grandmother Agnes BEAUCHAMP nee BAILEY. Here is what I found plus a bit more. I want to know how Agnes BEAUCHAMP is connected to Agnes WILKINS and William WILKINS at the end of this lot. Looks as if Agnes was m to a STALLMAN earlier then top a BEAUCHAMP. Thanks, Aileen FreeBMD Marriages Sep 1846 BAILEY Agnes Chertsey 4 68 Beauchamp Jesse Chertsey 4 68 1881 Census RG11 / 0767 Folio 97 Page 5 Agnes BEACHAMP Head Wid Female 54 b Addlestone Chertsey SRY Laundress Francis STALLMAN Son U Male 41 b St Pancras MDX Musician Edward BAILEY Nephew Male 14 b Exeter DEV Shop Boy Corn Chandler Source Information: Dwelling : Station Road Holly Cottage Census Place : Chertsey, Surrey FHL Film 1341180 1891 Census RG12 / 552 Folio 95 Page 13 SRY Chertsey, Chertsey, Chertsey Station Road - Schedule 80, Roses Cottage Agnes BEAUCHAMP Head Wid 64 Laundress Wash Em'er b SRY Addlestone Agnes WILKINS Granddaughter 10 Scholar b SRY Chertsey 1901 Census - all under same schedule number. RG13 / 590 Folio 100 Page 8 Chertsey, Chertsey St Peter, SRY, Schedule 60, Edward WHITE Head Mar 65 b c1835 Chertsey SRY Edward Edwin M " Son Unm 19 b c1881 Islington - Robert WHITE Head Mar 58 b c1842 Chertsey SRY Sarah " Wife Mar 55 b c1845 Chertsey SRY Ernest WOODS Boarder Unm 31 b c1869 Tadley HAM - Agnes BOWECHAWP Head (Wid)74 b c1826 Addlestone SRY Agnes WILKINS Granddaur Unm 19 b c1881 Chertsey SRY William WILKINS Boarder 34 b c1866 Reading BRK I hope the above info is helpful to someone who can also help me solve these mysteries. My ggg grandfather was Jacob WILKINS who was a currier in Chertsey and had two wives both named Mary and a total of about 13 children. His older brother John WILKINS was a Currier in Farnham. Aileen in NZ
red mail BOWDEN
Looking for information on the BOWDEN family who were living at Pyrcroft Lane, Chertsey in 1881. George and his wife Jane (maiden name unknown) came from Berkshire. Their children Ernest, Stanley, Elizabeth (my gt grandmother), Alice, Harry and Annie were all born in Chertsey. Were there any other children born after 1881? Any information greatly appreciated
red mail Dix family of Chertsey
Has anyone any knowledge of the Dix family who lived in Free Prae road Chertsey at the turn of the 1900's. I believe William was a butcher.
red mail Jacob WILKINS, currier, 1767-1823
Jacob WILKINS m Marey abt 1792 and had seven children - Ann, Hannah, Mary, Charles Barnes WILKINS, Jane, George WILKINS, Martha. His wife Marey died in 1806. In 1808 he married Mary WALKER (or WATER) and had Harriott WILKINS b 1809, and Emma b 1819.Jacob died in 1823 and left a will. He had a brother John WILKINS also a currier, in Farnham, who died in 1819 and their parents were named in Jacob's will as John WILKINS and Mary. I descend from Jacob through his daughter Harriott b 1809. I located her grave in New Southgate Cemetery. I have a long descendant line for Harriott and more.

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