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red mail Walking Stick Factory - Rapley Family
My great granddad Mr Rapley, apparently owned the Walking Stick factory at some time. The family lived in a beautiful thatched house called Little Tugley in Fisher Lane. My gran was his daughter Elizabeth Rapley who married James Godley and moved to Renishaw in Derbyshire. On Pathe News I've found videos of the factory but no reference to my great granddad. Can anyone enlighten me please? Thank you, Elaine.
Any help with this family would be appreciated as I appear to have hit the proverbial brick wall. From a marriage certificate I have the following information: 1935 January 23rd Edward Moulton married Lilian Alice Harmsworth. Edward who was 24 at the time gave his occupation as horse breaker and the name of his father as William Moulton deceased occupation postman Both Edward and Lilian give their address as what looks like 'Reat Holme, Ash Tale' I have quite a bit of information with regard to Lilian's family but I can't be sure that I am finding the correct Edward
red mail Bartlett Family of Chiddingfold
Hi. I'm hoping to make contact with anyone who has an interest in the Bartlett family of Chiddingfold.
red mail Catherine Turner 1803
I have a birth or christening date of 29 May, 1803 for a Catherine Turner. Hoping to find out who her parents and siblings were. Grandparents...too would be very exciting. CT went on to marry a John PHILPS in Kingston in 1826 (would love a precise wedding date) and migrated to NZ in 1841. Any help excitedly received.
Walking Stick Factory
My great grandmother's sister, Mary Ann Puttock, married Leonard Lintott, she was born in Kirdford in 1857. I know the factory was still in existance in 1911, does anyone know what happened to it and how long after that it was still in production. Have some info on the family and lots on the extended families. Thank you, Anne
red mail Mann / Murrell - Chiddingfold, Puttenham, Godalming
Looking for any information on John MANN and Mary MURRELL who married on 5.5.1788 at Chiddingfold. John was born about 1766, possibly in Puttenham. Mary was born about 1769. Mary Mann (nee Murrell) was buried on 5.2.1830 in Godalming, aged 61 years. John Mann was buried on 22.12.1850 in Godalming, aged 85 years. They had 11 eleven children, all baptised in Godalming: Elizabeth Mann (1790); Mary Ann Mann (1792) married John Hoare in Godalming in 1818; John Mann (1794); Sarah Mann (1796) married James Bever in Godalming in 1815; George Mann (1799); Ann Mann (1801); Jane Mann (1803); Amelia Mann (1806) married William Hampton in Godalming in 1825; Esther Mann (1808) married Robert Kurn in Godalming in 1830; Harriet Mann (1811); & Daniel Mann (1814). I am descended from Mary Ann Mann & John Hoare. I am very happy to share or receive any information. Thanks.
red mail Pickett
I am searching for information about the Pickett, aka Piggott, families who were living in the Haslemere, Chiddingfold and possibly even Hambledon areas from before 1700 through to the mid 1800's at least. My interest concerns the ancestors of Jane Pickett b 1813 Haslemere who "married" William Collins and settled in Chelsea. I think her parents were John Pickett b 1785 Haslemere and Jane Ellis b 1780 Chiddingfold. I believe his parents were John Pickett b 1760 Chiddingfold and Ann ?. I believe her parents were Thomas Ellis b 1840 Charlwood and Jane? John's parents were probably Abraham Pickett and Elizabeth Matthew. I am looking for any input from anyone - I have several dead ends here - I have lots of stuff but much of it mainly conjecture. I will share anything I have with anyone interested. Thank you.
red mail Enticknap
Looking for information on a William Enticknap, possibly from Chiddingfold who married Hannah Prior in Easebourne, Sussex in 1809. william died some time before 1825. william and Hannah had 7 children: Maria (1809), Thomas (1810), James (1814), Sarah (1816) George (1818), Ruth (1820), William (1824), all probably born in North Ambersham (Bexly Hill). thomas and George are known to have emmigrated to Canada.
red mail Town Frances
Frances Town married William Foster in Chiddingfold,1828
red mail Bartlett
I am looking for information on the Bartlett family of Chiddlingfold.
red mail lintott
my ancestors came from chidding fold my great great great great grandfather was leonard lintott 1832 . leonard was the founder of the walking stick factory which now is an industrial site . the lintotts were quite a large family and most of them worked at the walkingstick factory until he late 1800's /early 1900's . if any one has any information on the lintotts i would be most gratefull . thank you denis
red mail Gauntlett family
Am looking for any info on my father's family who lived at Beckhams from 1907-1954. My grandfather ran the Sydenhurst Nurseries from 1910.
red mail Looking for Denyer family members
Hi my name is Paul, I am the son of Frank, Grandson of George, all from Chiddingfold, does anyone have any detail of where this line goes to, I know it starts in the 16th century in Chiddingfold, but there is a large gap in between. Please contact me. Many thanks. Paul
red mail The Denyers of Chiddingfold
My Denyer ancestors had associations with the village going back to the latter part of the 18th Century - maybe much earlier. I'm interested in corresponding with anyone with Denyer roots in Chiddingfold and nearby.
red mail Madgwick
Looking for details of the family of John Madgwick supposedly baptised in Chiddingfold in about 1789. He married Sarah Boxall in Fernhurst.
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