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Searle, John Robert
Does anyone have John Robert Searle in their family tree? If you do then I'd be very pleased to hear from you.
Posted: 2019, Member logged in: 2021
Seymour, John Robert
I'm looking for any information concerning John Robert SEYMOUR who was born around 1871 possibly in Ham and died in Gateshead in 1955. It is thought that as a boy he had some connection with Pembroke Lodge, the home of Lord Russell, and that he may have been in service there at some stage although he doesn't appear on the 1881 or 1891 censuses.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Gumm
Where have all the Gumms gone? Are there any Gumms still left in Surrey. Where did the Surrey Gumms come from and are they connected to the Bledlow Gommes?Is there anyone researching Gumm out there? If so please get in touch. Who were the parents of Thomas Gumm born Ham Surrey in 1782. Any info gratefully received.
Posted: 2008, Member logged in: 2021
red mail Gumm in Ham
Thomas Gumm born 1781 in Ham Surrey married Johannah? also born Ham Surrey. They had Edward, Isaac, Rebecca and Dinah. all born Kingston Upon Thames Surrey. Does anyone have these Gumms in their tree. Isaac died aged 2, Dinah went to US. Rebekah married William Robt, Burley and does anyone know what happened to Edward , born 1810?
Posted: 2006, Member logged in: 2021
red mail George Samuel Darnell
I am researching all golf professionals and assistant golf professionals who went to fight for King & Country in the Great War of 1914-1918 and never returned. The name of George Samuel Darnell is one who was listed as a club maker on the 1911 census. However, I'm trying to ascertain if he went on to become a golf professional at perhaps a local golf club to Ham prior to his enlistment in the Gloucestershire Regiment. So far I have 96 names of golf professionals who didn't make it home consequently, if Darnell could be added that would indeed be most fitting as it is the intention of The Professional Golfers' Association of Great Britain & Ireland to create a permanent memorial in their name so they will be forever remembered.
Posted: 2018
red mail Help solve the Catherine Turner mystery!
Still looking for the marriage or license for John PHILPS (could be Phillips/Phelps...) and Catherine TURNER about 1825. They worked at Ham House but I don't know for how long. May also have been married anywhere else in Surrey - Malden, Kingston, Richmond ... Anyone solving this earns my undying gratitude
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Ham House - employees lists
Is there such a thing? Looking for records for 1830's for those employed on the Ham Estates working for Tollemarches. Thank you for any help
Posted: 2014, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Philps and Retter's 1841
John Philps (and Catherine) and his sister, Jane RETTER (married to Samuel) left Ham in 1841 with a group of 5 other workers sponsored by A.G. Tollemache, the proprietor of Ham House in Surrey. He had purchased sections in Wellington and (i)n May 1841 the Lord William Bentinck arrived with a group of families and single workers from the estate.16 Of the seven sponsored male employees, three were single (Charles Stent, William Smith and Charles Brown). The four married male labourers were John Howell (with wife Ann and five children under 14), William Dew (with wife Ann, seven children under 14 and a daughter of 15), Samuel Retter (wife Jane and two children under 14) and John Philps (wife Catherine, four children under 14 and a son of 14). I am trying to find if there was a marriage date for John PHILPS and Catherine ?Turner in the area around 1825/6. I have all their children's christenings from 1827. Who were their parents? Thanks for any help
Posted: 2011, Member logged in: 2018
red mail Yarril or Yorril or Yarrill or Yerrill or Yerrell
The Yarril family originated in Bedfordshire, may have moved to the London/Middlesex area in the early 1800s, and resided in Ham, Surrey from about 1824 onward. Would like to contact anyone doing research on this family.
red mail Adams Family in Ham, Surrey
Alexander Adams (b 1845, Ham, Surrey) was my g grandfather. His father was James Adams who married Elizabeth Culliford in Bath, Somerset in 1839.His father was also James Adams. I am trying to find out where the two James Adams came from - did they already live in Surrey or move there from Somerset? Any help would be much appreciated.

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