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red mail HAYWARD
I am looking for information on Mark Hayward born Windlesham 1809/10 may have moved back to Church Street Windlesham 1851 into same street as his mother who may have new marriage and family?
red mail palmer family history
looking for any family history of john palmer b wndlesham surrey 1788 married jane lunn on 30th september 1809 at st john baptist church windlesham surrey. they had 9 children, john, thomas, mary ann, william, harriet, sarah, ann elizabeth, james and henry. their 4th child william was convicted of theft and sentenced to 7yrs and was transported on the ship "henry porcher" to australia, landing at sydney in 1835 aged 20yrs. william was assigned to a farmer at invermien in new south wales . he married charlotte ann bell , who had emigrated as a child with her parents and siblings from mereworth kent , the bell family also settled in this area of new south wales. william palmer and charlotte bell are my ggg grandparents. i would love to hear from anyone with any information
red mail Pipers Farm, Windlesham
Information on Pipers Farm, Halebourne Lane, Windlesham also near Chobham required. It was demolished and unfortunately no longer exists. Any information welcomed. Residents in 1881 were surname Greaves.
red mail Missing in Windlesham.
I am looking for any information on the Voller family from Windlesham. William Voller married Louisa Lambert in 1850, Windlesham. Louisa was born at Frensham. At the time of marriage Louisa was living in Windlesham, her father William Lambert was a 'smith' by profession. On the marriage certificate William Voller's father appears to be James. on the 1841 census for Windlesham there is an entry for a Jas Woller, Elizh Woller, Chas Woller & William Woller. There are no Vollers on this census. I have been unable to find any other records for Jas, Elizh & Chas Woller OR Voller on any other census record. I believe that the records I have for William (my g,g, grandfather) to be correct and I have records for his entire life. Does anyone know what happened to the rest of the family? Are they in Windlesham cemetery?
red mail Belle Vue Farm
Does anyone know of a Belle Vue Farm, Windlesham, Bagshot, owned by James Dartnall <1819> in the 1860s?
red mail James Collier/Collyer
Tracing the ancestors of James Collier/Collyer of Windlesham, Journeyman/Carpenter.Born abt.1854.
red mail Frederick Taylor marriage
I would like to know if anyone can trace the date of the marriage of Frederick Taylor b 1838 in Windlesham and Mary Jane Smith, also b 1838 in Windlesham. In the 1861 census both are listed as single, living in Windlesham but had their first child, Elizabeth, that year. So far I've had no luck tracking down their marriage, if indeed, they did marry, although Mary Jane was known as Mary Jane Taylor in subsequent registrations etc. Can anyone help?
red mail Troubridge / Trowbridge from Windlesham
Am looking for relatives of John Troubridge / Trowbridge born c 1752 - unknown but married Ann Clark 1779 in Windlesham. Had 13 children. Family descendants were Waterman / Lighterman on River Thames.
red mail Looking for Ancestors
Looking for Ancestors of Robert John Robinson. born 01 July 1792 in Windlesham, Died 16 April 1866 in South Africa. He was one of the 1820 settlers to South Africa.
Mason Nursery Gardeners
Aaron Mason, b1792 (of West End, Surrey) m Elizabeth Lucas. Moved to Windlesham, Surrey. Popular family names - Richard, Henry (moved to Southampton), William, James, George. Last 3 were successful nursery growers in New Zealand. Richard, b1837 stayed and looked after family business. Married Frances Humfrey. Children include Richard, b1868, James, Mary Catherine, Jessie Hosea, Bertha and George (b1868-1880) All information gratefully received on Mason family. Possible connections with Guildford, Lightwater, Knaphill.
red mail EDWARDS
Looking for parents of George Edwards b. 1850 in Windlesham married Elizabeth Rayner b. 1853 lived 36 Eversleigh Rd Battersea
red mail Head
Samuel Head, son of George Head, born Windlesham circa 1824, married Elizabeth Underwood. Family were brickmakers in Egham, Surrey. Samuel later moved to Wokingham, Berks. and ran The Welcome Inn there.
red mail Gunner, Hart
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