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FOLLOW UP SEARCH WITH AGGAR/PARSONS
Further seeking more in-depth info re: Kezia Agger (nee Parsons) dob. 1854 Bramley and one of her children Sidney John Parsons dob.1882 Frimley (killed in action 1916 France/Flanders) Kezia (1881 census listed as servant cook Army South Camp Aldershot) - to Surgeon-Colonel Alexander Fleetwood Churchill dob. 1839/40 Ireland promoted to Maj.General as documented in The Bristish Medical Journal June 13th 1896. Sidney John (1901 census listed as general labourer residing at Field Lane, Frimley). Any feedback/info in connection with Kezia/South Camp Aldershot or Sidney John - both before joining the army and during his service would be gratefully appreciated - no matter how small. Many thanks Jenny
AGGER FAMILY LINKS
Hi, I am searching for any information/links to the following family. Charles Agger (Aggar) dob. 1841 - Wife Kezia (nee Parsons) dob. 1854 - Children- Hilda Nellie 1892 - George Edward 1896 - Sidney John (formerly Parsons stepson) 1883. All listed on 1911 census residing at Field Lane, Frimley Green. Sidney John sadly killed in action during the WW1 1916 France/Flanders. Would be grateful for any info/feedback - many thanks. Jenny
red mail 1861 CENCUS
DOES ANYONE HAVE ACCESS TO THE 1861 CENCUS FOR THE NAME OF SHANAHAN LOOKING FOR A JOHN SHANAHAN BORN YOUGHAL COUNTY CORK IRELAND IN 1842 MOTHERS NAME CATHERINE SHANAHAN FATHERS NAME PATRICK,SISTERS NAMES MARY, CATHERINE, AND ELLEN YOUNGER BROTHER JAMES, BELIEVED TO BE LIVING IN FARNHAM FRIMLEY AT THE TIME OF THE 1861 CENCUS IF SO CAN YOU GIVE ME A LIST OF NAMES LIVING THERE. THANK YOU ANN
red mail avenell/foy family
my ancestor Henry Avenell (born Bentley 1832) married Fanny Foy.(born Frimley 1830) Father's name listed as Charles Foy, no details re: mother or siblings. Anyone have any more info please?
red mail Gannons and Dillons
I am interested in any information about Gannons or Dillons in the Frimley area. I know my grandfather Edward Gannon lived there until his death in 1958. I am especially interested in Francis 'Jack' Dillon who attended Frimley School between around 1907 and 1911. He went on to become a radio producer but I believe he was living with the Gannons in that period before he was fostered by a family in Bromley, Kent
red mail Winding Woods House
Ancestor lived in winding woods house in 1960s he was James Hunt his wifes name was Cherry. House no longer there was quite a big mansion in frimley or frimley green surrey
red mail Surnames Finch,Tough or Tough Finch
Looking for information on Finch or Tough-Finch Families of Frimley, earlier than 1840. My direct ancestor, John Tough Finch born 1813 (shoemaker) Mother Ann(e) Finch Father John Tough (Never married) Joined 75th Regiment Married Mary Cheesman (Cheeseman).
Charles Weston
I am researching Charles Weston who died in Frimley in 1869 aged about 65. He was retired from the army. Any help is very welcome. Julie
red mail Finch family of Frimley
I am trying to link our branch of the Finch family to other Finch's in Frimley. I have George Finch born around 1852/53, married to Mercy Stevens (previously married I think, maybe Waltars). His son was Roger Victor Finch born 9/1/1890 married to Janetta Ruth Luther. I am trying to find George's parents and any siblings he may have had. Thanks Maggie
red mail Goddard FAmily
Searching for any relations of Thomas and Sarah Goddard, maidename (Chatt). Thomas was born in Jersey,Channel Is.
red mail Gorringe family
Am looking for information on the Gorringe family in Frimley in particular my great grandmother Alice May Gorringe born in 1844 in Eridge Surrey. Many of her children were born in Frimley although she lived in Herefordshire at the time so I presume she went 'home' for some of the births. She married Thomas Taylor in 1870


 
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