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red mail looking for info
peter hugh kendall who married daphne smith looking for information on peter his dad was my great grandfather I know he died any relatives out there with info thank you germaine
The POLLARD family of Cranleigh/Cranley
Christopher POLLARD (1780 - 1843), my paternal 3 x great grandfather was born in Cranleigh, the son of William POLLARD and Mary ELIOT (or ELLIOTT). Christopher married Sarah UNDERWOOD in the same village. They had at least 2 children: Mary Ann POLLARD and William POLLARD.
VINCENT Family of Cranleigh/Cranley
Thomas VINCENT (1811 - 1884), my 2 x paternal great grandfather was born in Cranleigh (Cranley) and died in the same area. He married Mary Ann POLLARD (1813-1860) in Cranleigh and had 5 children. The youngest child, Mary Anne VINCENT (b.1850), married my grandfather, George FAIRS.
red mail Romany Nursery School Nanhurst
My mother Edna PRICE was a teacher at this residential nursery school during the WW2 evacuation from London. I found among her belongings several photographs of her young students: surnames include THOMPSON, BEWLEY, BRIGHTEN, CHIPPER, SMITH, WARE, HANCOCK, PARKER, REID, POMEROY, MARTIN, BATTEN, GOODLEY, PRATT. I would be happy to provide the photographs to archives or the families.
red mail The Street families of Cranleigh
I'm trying to trace the history of the Street families of Cranleigh in Surrey, as well as their ancestors, relatives and descendants. I'm happy to share all my research. Thank you.
red mail Smithbrook, Cranleigh
Now, a site of industrial units, Smithbrook around the beginning of the1900s was a grand house, part of the Godwin Austen (sp?) estate. I would welcome information about the family who lived there. Is there any significance in the surname 'Bellamy' perhaps? Jean
red mail Jowett car, PG 7956
I own a 1930 Jowett saloon car with a dark blue fabric body that I bought in about 1966 from Mr. F John Budgett who had been the proprietor of J Chambers and Son in Redhill. I collected the car - or rather its remains as it was in a derelict state - from his home in Cranleigh. The car was originally sold by Hunts of Guildford so it probably 'lived' in the area all its working life. This seems to have been a hard life as there is evidence of many years of care and repair including evidence of a serious 'rear end shunt' probably some time before WWII. There was also a lot of light coloured sandy clay under the wings and chassis, so it might have ended its days on a farm as a 'fun' car. I have made contact with a relative of Mr Budgett but I would very much like to hear from anyone who has knowledge of this car in the period from 1930 until my purchase in 1966. In particular I would very much appreciate being able to copy any family photos that may exist that show this car. Also, on the day I collected the car there were at least two other young men in attendance who I believe may have been mechanics or apprentices to Mr. Budgett at J Chambers and Son in Redhill. If either or both happen to read this I would be most interested in any details thay might be able to provide. The car is at last under repair and was actually driven at the Jowett Centenary Rally in Wakefield in May 2010, although it had to be transported there and back by lorry. I would also be interested to hear from anyone who has, or has had, an interest in Jowett cars in general. There is a very active international owner's club that is always looking for 'tales of yesteryear'. Many thanks for reading this. Now if that has provoked any memories . . . .
red mail James Stemp
My husband's paternal grandmother was Caroline Franklin, nee Stemp. Her father was James Stemp, born c1849 in Cranley (old spelling) Surrey. He married Mary Pannell in 1869 and they lived in Hersham, Surrey. I have established that his father's name was Thomas and his mother was Eliza, nee Finch. I cannot find his birth record, the Stemps were legion in the area at the time and I wonder if perhaps he was not registered. If anyone has any information about James and his father and family, I would be very happy to hear from them.
looking for family connections to evelyn maud jones (nee redding lived queensway cranleigh children bronwin,diane ,bronwin moved plymouth devon any help appreciated
I would like to hear from anyone descended from family of George Holden, a builder. His son Ebenezer was also a builder employing about 50 men, but I don't think he had any children. His brother, David was a plumber and there was also a sister called Naomi. Their father, George was born in Kirdford, Sussex (1795 - 1878). I am trying link Holden family from Kemsing in Kent into this line.
I am researching the Buss & Stanford families who lived around Cranleigh & Smithwood Common.
red mail Oliver House- Cranleigh
I am researching my family and my Great Grandparents William Thomas and Gertrude Alice BOXALL lived in Cranleigh on Ewhurst road in 1901 and I think at Oliver House in 1914. William was an ironmonger, and I want to know if he had his own shop, or ifhe worked as an employee. I see Manns ironmongers began in 1887- could he have worked for them? Does anyone know the history of Oliver House? Was it a shop in 1914? Regards, Margaret
red mail TUNNELLS
My name is cathie I am trying to trace my family tree especially the tunnells,I am searching for any info on a Robert Tunnell born around the 1800s I know of a son Anthony who married a Ann and lived in Cranleigh at Smithwood common.My Grandad SydneyBernard tunnell was Son of Walter who was a son of anthony .They lived at Stroud common .I Would be Greatful for any info on the Tunnells
red mail Herington
Charles Herington, Chemist in Cranliegh up to 1857 Forebears probably came from Kirdford in Sussex

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