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red mail Philp/s
It is possible that Jane Retter's brother, George PHILPS was married for the second time in Cheam. He is living there in 1861 with his wife Harriet and children, Mary Ann (1849) William (1852) Henry (1857), Jane (1860). I am interested in finding out the maiden name of Harriet and the wedding date. Probably about 1847. Are there any other details on the marriage register including witnesses? Thank you
red mail Retter 1836 Marriage
Samuel J.C. Retter and Jane PHILPS were married on 1 Jan 1836. I would like to know if there is any other information on the register -witnesses, parents names ... Thank you so much.
red mail Holden/Parker
I am looking for information on John Holden born circa 1817 and Ann Parker born circa 1813. I believe they married Sarah May (Born Banstean circa 1819) and James Brown (born 1805) respectively and their offspring married 2 generations later Richard L Brown and Cecelia Holden
red mail James Henry Iles born in Cheam circa 1849
I am trying to find information about James Henry Iles, who states his pob as Cheam on Census records. He married Sarah Ann Cliffin in Croydon in 1875. My husband is directly descended from this family, but we are having trouble finding James's family - his father is also named as James on the marriage certificate. If anyone has any information I would be pleased to hear from you.
red mail Goodalls of Cheam
Emily Goodall married John Denny in 1861. She was born in Cheam and went to live in Newington after she married her fathers name was George Goodall and she was my gr gr grandma does anyone know anything about her family?
red mail Children's Home - Gower
Please could anyone help me identify a Children's Home that my grandfather and his siblings may have been sent to in or around Cheam in about 1906. Leonard Jospeh Gower aged about 9 years and his siblings ( Eva and Alice) aged about 7 years and 5 years were sent to a children's home when their mother died and their father Richard Joseph Gower disappeared. Any help gratefu;;y received. Thanks Bob and Jackie
red mail Wood
Wood, Ivy Winifred b May 1916 Longfellow Rd., Cheam Wood, Arthur John b 1914 Longfellow Rd., Cheam Wood, Stanley Albert b 1912 Longfellow Rd., Cheam I'm in waterloo, canada difficult to do family search so far away, also searching for my family Heesaker
red mail Wood/Carey
I am looking for any descendants of James,Albert,Wood & Lilian,Mary,Wood. Maiden name Carey. They were married in St.Philips Church,Cheam Common,in 1912 and lived at Longfellow Road till 1934. There youngest son was James,Leonard,Wood. Known as Len. Any info.on this family would be really appreciated.
red mail William Chilman
Looking for parents of William Chilman, born in Cheam about 1827
red mail Descendents of John Nuttman
Seeking any information concerning John Nuttman who died in Cheam 1801,he was a Blacksmith and married Rebecca Rose in Malden 1772. They moved to Cheam shortly after their marriage and had two children, Richard Rose Nuttman and Rebecca Rose Nuttman, I am also seeking information concerning Richard Rose Nuttman also a blacksmith, by 1841 he had either died or had left the area as my Great Great Grandfather William Nuttman, B:1823,Cheam, seems to be the only Nuttman living in Cheam at that time, 1841 census,Cheam Brewery, Agricultural Labourer.His offspring went on to open Timber Yards in Sutton and Croydon. Rebecca Rose Nuttman moved to Wimbledon. My GG Grandfathers sister Rosetta Nuttman B:1806, Cheam, married in Thames Ditton, 1830, to a Henry Bowyer, B:1805, D:1884 and died in the same area as her husband, Richmond,Surrey, 1871.

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