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red mail The Pines
Does anyone have any knowledge of residents who lived at The Pines from 1947 to 1950,does it still exist.Was it a business or residential.
red mail raine violet mason
born 1897 buried in st giles church 1975,believed to have lived in grove road/albert road aerea of astead around 1905, her father i think was called archibold victor mason he was something to do with the railways in ashtead raine also lived in epsom around this time the family went to canada but returned to live in london she married into the crisp family and i believe she may have been a nurse any information greatly appreaciated
red mail John (William?) Watson
John (father was William)Watson went to Leatherhead County Sec' school with me,we left school and worked in engineering for W.E.James & son in Ashtead,he went into the RAF in 1956,married, and moved to Australia in 1968, since then I can find no trace. Any help would be greatly appreciated, many thanks, Bernie.
red mail William Fitz-Henry and Martha Eagles
William Fitz-Henry married Martha Eagles in 1877 and they lived in "Woodfield", Ashtead. Martha came from a wealthy family. William was a captain in the army and this was his second marriage. They had 4 children of whom 3 survived to adulthood. Hester Cordelia Fitz-Henry was the eldest and married James Parsons in 1916, Rowley Fitz-Henry died aged 21 having qualified as a doctor and Woodfield Fitz-Henry emigrated to Canada. If anyone knows whether the house "Woodfield" still exists (I think it must have been quite grand)please let me know. If any of the names sound familiar please get in touch. Jo
red mail Sayer Family/Brewery Inn
I am searching for any information or photographs of the Sayer family of Ashtead or Brewery Inn ,They owned The Brewery Inn from the 1850s to about 1920 when they sold out to Mellish Neale. I also believe they still occupied and managed The Brewery until 1957 when Ralph Sayer died. Any information would be greatly appreciated
red mail GAUDIN (GODIN) Family Search
I am researching family history on my mother's side, and have traced the line back to a Stephen Gaudin (or possibly Godin) who married Elizabeth Wheeler in 1727 in Walton on the Hill. They had 2 sons born in Ashtead in 1728 (Stephen) & 1729 (Edward), our line from the latter. I wonder if anyone has any info on the family, and in particular, whether the family arrived from France (possibly Le Havre) in the early 1700's?
red mail hampton family
any contacts re. Hampton family in the 1900s from Ashstead.?
john cuthbert from boughton monchelsea and ashtead (Dec 04) john cuthbert was born and used to live in boughton monchelsea until the late 1820's or early 1830's then presumably it was the same person who went to live in ashtead. The death certificate shows he was born in boughton monchelsea in 1783 and died in ashtead hospital in 1863. The death certificate says he was married to a 'Maria', but there were no children. There is reference to a john cuthbert in the book: ashtead "a village transformed" - presumably this is the same john cuthbert. I am interested to know more about this john cuthbert, and if he had a son, another john cuthbert, who also had connections with the maidstone area, and used to go fishing in maidstone, according to some notes. This is strange since the first john cuthbert was supposed to have died without children, at least from his only? or final marriage. An edwin cuthbert was born in 1846, and was supposed to be the son of a second john cuthbert. Again I would be interested to learn more about this person. One address was in the Dulwich area of London.
Thomas Willoughby ( Willobee - willobie ) owned a grand property in Ashtead in Surry in 1731. Thomas was married to Sarah they had two children Thomas and Mary married to John Southerland. Elizabeth Willoughby of Broke. Born 1512. She married 1526to Sir Fulke Grevill. She died in 1562. Elizabeth may have a connection to Thomas Willoughby of Ashtead ?? Lord de Broke Willoughby of Broke House. Westbury. Wiltshire. Because of his social status he owned a Red Rose at Ashtead whilst he was in Parliament in 1502 ?? He may have a connection with Thomas Willoughby of Astead. ?? If anyone has any information It would be most gratefully appreciated. Thank you Glenys P. Australia
The Hut
Can anyone tell me where abouts is The Hut, Ashtead, Surrey. This is an address on an old family letter from the 1920,s or earlier. I would love to know if it still exists.
Wellers Of Ashtead
I am looking for any information on the Ashtead Wellers.
Otway Family
I am looking for anyone who has knowledge of what happened to the Otway Family who lived in Ashtead. The last I can find were born in the 1870's but there are no links after this date. I am looking for decendants of William, bn 1835, who married Jane Cooper. They had four children, George, William, Clara and Eliza. William, bn 1835 also had four sisters, Eliza, Mary, Elizabeth and Alice. I would like to hear of anyone who has knowledge of them.
Ashtead, Newton Woods
plan showing sale of Newton Woods, Surrey from E R Bagot to a Thomas Lucas dated 1885. Shows map of woods showing gamekeepers cottage.
red mail Ashtead, surrey
I am looking for any one that knows the archers,warwick,stones that lived in ashtead surrey and I do know that the warwick family lived in newton woods as a game-keeper for col. howard and it would be nice if someone had a relation that worked for the family to and got in touched

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