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red mail Stephen Ellis
Stephen Ellis was a miller and had two illegitimate children in Chobham, one by a Martha Smither and the other by my ancestor Elizabeth Bartlett, the latter in 1790. He then married in East Clandon and had a number of legitimate children by his wife. After her death he had 3 more children by Elizabeth Bartlett. He left East Clandon and moved to Headley about 1813. If anyone can tell me where he was born or where he died I would be very grateful
most of my ancesters the roberts and associated families were farm workers and all lived in or around chobham from 1645 to 1910 i am looking for further details on these and where they came from before chobham
red mail Horace Daborn (1889 - 1918)
I am trying to find information on HORACE DABORN (1889 - 1918)who was the son of ALFRED DABORN (1841 - 1915) and CATHERINE GOSDEN (1848 - 1927). HORACE was born in Chobham, and was listed as living at Chapel House, West End in the 1901 Census and as living at Brookside, in the 1911 Census. On both occaisions with his parents and some of his siblings. During the First War he served with both the Hussars of the Line (13916) and the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (30764), dying whilst serving with the latter Regiment. Any information about HORACE, his family,or the properties where they lived would be greatly appreciated. NOTE: HORACE is often confused with a second-cousin once removed: HORACE JOHN DABORN (1887 - 1914).
red mail Terry
My GreatGrand-father was James Terry born 1872 Died 1958 in Hellingly Hospital in Sussex He was married to Martha Williams from Wales. His son John Henry being my Grand-father was married to kate Nutton from Aberford Yorkshire. I have hit a brick wall as I can't find James Terry's Parent can any one help? please
red mail Smallbone
I'm looking for any descendants of a Smallbone who lived in Chobham circa 1920. I know my side of the family but understand there was a second marriage and am curious about further family history/relatives.
red mail lunn
looking for information on herbert and eva lunn who lived in chobham from around 1869-1957 or any desendents
the history of CHOBHAM
Has anyone got a book titled The History of Chobham by Dr. Robert Schueller as I would like to purchase a copy.
red mail Moir family in Chobham
My grandfather was George Moir, born in Staines, Middlesex and then lived in Chobham. In his teens the family moved to Earlswood Road, Redhill. His parents were Arthur Moir and Sarah Rapley, Arthur's parents were John Moir (born about 1806) and Mary Ann Wallis - married about 1830. I am trying to find out more about John Moir so I would appreciate any information.
red mail LOMAS
Looking for information and family related to Frederick LOMAS born New Malden, lived in Chobham, killed WW1.
red mail Allen, Theophilus.
looking for relatives of Theophilus Allen, architect. Lived in Chobham in the late 1800's.
red mail MUNDAY
Looking for relatives of Edward Munday killed at the Battle of Jutland, aged 17. Lived Chobham.
DABORN family of chobham
Has anyone got any information about the history of this family which I believe can be traced back to 1066?
red mail LEGG, TAYLOR & LEWRY Families - Chobham
Seeking information on my grandmother 'Annie' Legg (1868-1965) who kept a small grocery shop next to Dayborn's garage, Windsor Road, Chobham from the 1930s to 1950s; and also my uncle 'Frank' Taylor who lived in Chobham/West End from the 1930s to the 1960s and a distant cousin George Gristock Lewry who lived in the same area at about the same time
red mail Rapley/Chobham
James RAPLEY born Chobham approximately 1861. Listed as a gardener living in the gardener's cottage at Cross Deep in 1891 census. Married Annie HAYTER and had three but possibly four sons; Bertie, Cyril (Cyd emigrated to Canada), Percival (sent toCanada by Bernardo Home via Rev.E.G.Falconer Home), and Charles(?) Annie was living in Rose Cottage, Hampton Wick in 1906 and Kingston-on-Thames from 1918 until at least 1945.
red mail Frank Gregory of Chobham
Frank Gregory was born at Alton in 1879. After serving in the Hampshire Regiment during the South African Wars of 1902 he married and went to live in Chobham where he was a market gardener. He had 2 children, a boy and a girl, but their names arenot known. His wife is believed to have been Ann. He probably died in Chobham ca.1950. Any information will be welcome and acknowledged
red mail Street
Researching the Street family of Chobham in 18th century.
red mail Rapley
Tracing the Rapley/Drury trees. Chobham area for the Rapley's and Horsell then Byfleet for the Drury's. Have managed to trace back to Indigo Rapley 1827, and possible his father/mother John and Phebe. Most were born and married at St.Lawrence's Church Chobham. Any info would be appreciated. They lived BurrowHill, Brimshott Lane and Little Heath Lane.
red mail Spong
My Great grandmother was Annie Spong and I am interested in finding out about the family who lived in Chobham and surrounding parishes back to the start of the parish register.
red mail Bond Or Steel
Seeking information re Charlotte Julia BOND nee STEEL. Also Sarah WOOD.
red mail Stevens/turner
I am researching Stevens in Chobham and surrounding parishes. They seem to have mainly been decorators, glaziers, plumbers etc. Also Turners - the 2 families seem to have inter-married several times. Joanna

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