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Alma Sexton
I am looking for information and evidence for an Alma Sexton. She was born about 1931 and lived in Kingston Upon Thames with her parents and younger brother. I believe that she lived in Fassett Road in about 1939. She would have attended St. Johns primary school. I have failed to discover any evidence for her existence. She was a childhood friend of my mother's. My mother went to live with the Sextons during the early part of the war. Thanks to anyone who can look into this for me..... Steve Coe
Violet kathleen Edwards nee George
I am looking for information relating to Violet Kathleen Edwards.born 1927. Looking relative's
Cowlley Families
Looking please to find any information on a Dorothy Bottomley who married Douglas Holland Cowley. They had one son Anthony Douglas Cowley ( 1927-1991). Douglas is said to have been a priest but this is not verified. His brother was Robert Gamble Cowley who was a soldier and was born in Baghdad in 1883,along with siblings Beatrice Mary Cowley,Daisy Blanche Cowley,Alfred Verekei Cowley. All of these children were born in Baghdad i believe but not all,i know for sure that Robert and Douglas were but not the others the family did return to England. The parents of these children was Henry Verekei Cowley and Mary Elizabeth Cowley
red mail Thomas Griffin 1800-1879
Thomas Griffin 1800-1879 Searching for information on Thomas Griffin born 1800 married Elizabeth Martin 1822 in East Molesey. Was living in Kingston on Thames from 1841until his death I have reached a block on my search here with my 3rd great grandfather. They had 8 children and lived in Middle mill lane, Green lane and Mill Place. Any help would be much appreciated
I am researching/seeking any info/feedback re: my grt.grdmother EMILY BURKWOOD DOB. SEPT 1857- 1909 in MIDDLE LANE KINGSTON. Parents: JOHN BURKWOOD DOB. 1816 - LOUISA CLEMENTS DOB. 1821. EMILY married GEORGE PARSONS (dob 1860) at Holy Trinity Church WIMBLEDON - 1882. They had 5 children - FRANCES (1883)- ALICE (1884) - LEONARD (1885)- HORACE (1887)- PERCY (1888) Apparently within this family (other relatives) have links re: two brothers Albert & Edward who were nurserymen/seedmen/planters who became linked to the naming of several species of the shrub BURKWOODII.
red mail HARDY/ADAMS
George Doulas Hardy Born 1885 Died 1970. Married 1920 to Primrose Maud Adams Born 1895 Died 1963 . Son Gordon Douglas born 1923. Lived 1940-1950 Eden Street. Kingston-upon-Thames. Son I believe became a good footballer.As a small child I visited family with my mother Winifred Reid.News of the family would be great.
red mail John Alfred Watts (Glazier)
I am looking for any information about my Great grandfather John Alfred Watts who had a glaziers business in Grafton road. It was a two story building and he lived on site. I am not sure when tha business was started but it went out of buisiness at some time before 1934. Also any other information on Watts' in and around Kingston and New Malden from the mid to late 1800's
red mail drapers in Thames Street
An ancestor is on 1891 as Draper's Assistant. Appears to be living on the premises with about 25 others in same trade. The factory is on Thames Street. Anyone know the name of the business?
red mail Caiger/Cayger/Cager-George
I can trace my husand's lineage to his GGG grandfather but this is where the trail ends. Any info relating to George Cager (Cayger/Caiger) welcome. don't know where and when he was born, supposedly at Hamptonwick? He die 1824, Kingston upon Thames Surrey and was buried in the Kingston Particular Baptist Chapel. he was married to Jane ?They had 12 children. GG grandfather was Benjamin Cayger, b1805 in KIngston.-occupation listed as "chinaman" - a glass dealer, married Martha Hayward b 1811 in Surrey (illigitimite) her occupation was laundress. They had 9 children. G grandfather was Benjamin Caiger born 1834/35? occupation Cooper/journeyman, died 1916 in London field. he was married to Katherine Francis b1834/5? in Bucks. Grandfather was Francis Edward b1869, (occupation-master butcher) married Elizabeth Johnson (b1871, occupation domestic servant) in 1892 at 67 Marmaduke road. He died 1931 in London fields.
red mail John Philps/Catherine Turner -still looking
Still trying for find precise wedding date for this couple. Supposed to be 1826 in "Ham by Kingston". Would also love to have DOB/chr. for John PHILPS (?c. 1807) somewhere in Surrey (family from Haslemere and parents Richard and Sarah (Williams) PHILPS. I can find no trace of Catherine Turner's DOB, parents or siblings. Anyone out there with this lady in their family tree?
red mail Weedon
My Grandad, William Weedon (b 27th Jan 1887) who married his 1st cousin Christiana Landon Harrison on the 25th April 1917 at Christ Church Kingston(b 25th April 1892)they had 4 sons and 1 daughter; Hedley,Ken, Wilf(Bill) Verdun (my father) and Beryl. Any info on the family would be greatly appreciated. The family originated from Aylesbury and Sandhurst Bucks, Grandad fought at the Battle of Verdun during WW1 and was wounded and sent home before the end of the war.
red mail William George Randall!
Any information on William George Randall Born 1884 in Kingston On Thames England, Died 22 December 1949 at 73 Thornton Road Carshalton Surrey England of Coronary Thrombosis. He married twice-Marriage 1.Married on the 24th December 1904 to Emily Elizabeth Truscott, they had 2 children-Emily MAY Randall. born 11 May 1905, died Jan 1986 in Cheadle Staffordshire England, Edith Ellen Randall born 1907, died ? Marriage 2-Married 1920 to Nellie Davies born Sep 1901 in Greater London. they had at least 1 child-George C W Randall born- 1932 in Wandsworth, Greater London. Please get in touch if any of the above are in your family tree. Best wishes, Sharon
red mail williamson james
born 1854 kingston upon thames. married sarah jane murrow 1878 in kensington he was a coachman. 1891 census was living at belle vue cottages severnoaks kent.His father was james williamson (carpenter)James b1854 children marian b1880, james bartholomew b1881,walter b1884, george b 1878, frank b 1890.I am looking for any information on james birth 1854 +james(carpenter) father and where he came from .Many thanks chris
red mail ROWLEY
George Rowley, (son of Anthony and Mary Dennis nee Hanford) and Elizabeth (nee Friend) resided Kingston Upon Thames mid 1700s./Issue: George c.1745, Thomas 1747, Mary 1748, James 1753./Thomas Rowley became a Captain, NSW Corps, Sydney, Aus./This link to the Kingston Rowleys has yet to be totally proved.
red mail Challis family
William CHALLIS b. 1865 in Witham, Essex married Sarah Jane TRASK from Islington. By the early 1900's William & Sarah had moved to Kingston with their three boys. Joe Henry, b. 1895, Stanley George b. 1898 & William Charles (Charlie) Alfred b. 1904. Stanley is thought to have married Mary BENTLEY in 1918 & Charlie to have married Ellen PARKE in 1931. Both marrigaes took place in the Kingston district. Any information on the family appreciated
red mail sherwood& hodkinson
searching for any info re these famillies one eas married to a Tyler many thanks Alec
red mail Stephens
edith m stephens married hugh ashby o'callaghan in kingston middlesex 1912 they had charles in 1913 in Surbiton Surrey my father in law. then william in 1914,in brentford and then the family moved to dereham norfolk in about 1920. they then had another child, rhoda in 1921.that is all we now about her, can anyone help.In june 1912 hugh came from Southampton.he and was born in 1888 in the 1901 census hugh was in Twickenham with his family.
red mail Henry Spicer
I am looking for information on Henry Spicer. According to the census, he came from the Kingston Upon Thames/Sorbiton areas and he moved to Somerset where he married Mary Emma Langdon. They had a daughter, Ellen, in 1897. If these names ring any bells, please get in touch.
red mail Kathleen Louise Parker
I am looking for any info on KATHLEEN LOUISE PARKER born August 1912 at 50 Kingston Hill, Kingston (the infirmary). She also had a brother, CHARLES HENRY PARKER born in Barnes in 1916. Any connections? Any info would be gratefully received!
red mail winter / hartnett/ driscoll/bowley
george winter is a butcher in 1840 working brompton area london his son abraham winter stonemason marries lucy in 1840/2 in that area,he travells around london chelsea/battersea/hampstead working as stonemason,he has many children robert born 1857 in hampstead is my g/grandfather he marries julia hartnett in st pancras 1880/1 they live around fleet road/ morden rd/ kentish town,he was living in gayton rd around 1910 hampstead,julia his wife was living paddington in 1901 with a baby alice 1 yr old ??i would like any info poss on george and other members of family abraham changed his name to james was this connected to jewish connections??
red mail Bertha Jane Macgregor
Born in 1896 with the birth registered at Kingston upon Thames she appeared to be at The Princess Louise House ( Home) for girls in 1901.How long was she at the school? This lady is a sister to my wife's grandmother. Her sister was Helen Christina and their father was Robert. Bertha Jane married in late 1918. in Eastbourne and became Mrs Hipgrave. She moved back to Lambeth after her marriage. I am looking for Bertha's family relations ie siblings, parents children from her marriage. Is there anyone out there that can help please?
red mail James & Charlotte Wood
I am looking for information on James Wood and Charlotte, maiden name (Morris)In 1889 they were living at Tyne Cottages Mill Street,Kingston. There children were James Bertie born 1889.Frederick Charles 1890. In 1892 the family were living at 22,Cambridge Grove Road. Frances Winifred born 1892.John 1894.Ethel 1901. In 1901 the family were living at Norbiton,Kingston Upon Thames,Surrey.
red mail Hardie and Wells families
Does anyone remember any Hardie or Wells from Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey. My father, Walter Hardie (Wally or Wal) left there in the early 1930's .Mother was Doris Evelyn Wells. Michael
red mail Gadd, stacey, kittle.
family of the gadd's who lived in fairfeild north. in the 1800's stacey's who i belive are from kingston, kittle my grandma ellen kittle married norman gadd any information would be brillant thanks
red mail Princess Louise Home for Girls
My mother known as winifred Ann Steward, school identity number 66, was an inmate at the school from approx 1920 until she left in 1930 when she was 16 years of age. We do not know were she came from, but she recalls a long train journey. There appears to be no Birth Certificate. She is at present 94 years of age and still has memories of the school. most of which seem to have made it a horrible to have been! If anyone can help or would like the information I have, please contact me.
red mail Walter, John Charles
I am looking for information about John Charles Walter who I believe was born in 1826. He emigrated from Kingston on Thames to Australia in approx 1852 where he married Anne Cresswell.
red mail Woodgate
Interested in any and all info on the Woodgate family of Kingston/Surbiton. Thomas (1859) married Emma Offer. Brother Alfred was Kingston's mayor in the 1930s.
red mail Major
Trying to find information about Sally Patricia Steward nee Major, daughter of Patrick Major (Of the Folkestone Majors & who ran the Dolls hospital in Kingston Upon Thames) and who met Roland (Mo) Millard cousin in 1954/5 when he was in RMP at Woking.
red mail Goodfellow.Hooper.Stuart
Trying to trace descendants of the Goodfellow family who were in New Malden, Surrey at the time of 1901 Census. John William C Goodfellow, born 1867, married Amy Thompson in 1894, and they had a son John H G Goodfellow, born in 1899. Also a Ronald Goodfellow, born in 1903, and another son William, born later. John W C was born in Stoke Damerel in Devon, and had a younger sister Caroline Augusta, born in 1868. Believe John H G Goodfellow created a Hooper family tree in 1921, based on the Hooper family that lived on the Scilly isles. His maternal grandmother Jane Hooper, born 1832 in Scillies, married John Goodfellow (born c1833) and they lived in East Stonehouse, Devon. Can be seen there in 1881 Census. My maternal grandmother Suzanne Hooper, born 1907, in Antwerp, Belgium, was descandant of Richard Hooper, born in Scillies in 1802. He married Mary Turner in 1829 in Hamburg, Germany, and had twelve children. Hoping to find more Hooper descendants, or Goodfellows who can shed light on the Hooper generations of the mid/late 19th century.Suzanne married Walter Stuart in 1932, in Antwerp,Belgium
red mail James Rose 1808
Hi I am trying to find information about James Rose born Kingston 1808 he married Jane ??? and in 1851 they were master and matron of Wisbech workhouse I would love to know Jane's last name but would be grateful of any info Thanks
i am try to trace a Great Aunt I believe she was an orphan in a home for fatherless girls in Kingston (HAM COMM0N) in 1890 or there abouts could anybody help me with information as to how I could trace her from there onwards I seem to hitting brick walls
red mail Philadelphia Longhurst
I'm trying to find my gr-gr-gr-grandmother named Philadelphia, married to John Longhurst and bore him a son (William Longhurst) abt 1783 in Kingston 0 Thames. Can anyone help me find her maiden name, parents, marriage date/place, etc.?
red mail Gilberts
Looking for anyone related to William Gilberrt born 1844 in kingston, he moved to norfolk in the 1870's where he married Maria Elder, and became my gtgt grandparents to Helen Gilbert
red mail Kingston Hill family
Looking for descendants of Maj Philip Codd and Shirley Morse Codd, in particular, any children of their son, Maj Edward S Codd and his wife Ella who were living in Kingston Hill in 1871. Thanks.
red mail Dr John H Taylor
Looking for information about Dr John Hollamby Taylor ( 1785-1865) who was a doctor in Kingston.
red mail Tebbs of Ham
Can anyone out there help find Lady Eleanor Tebbs. She was the daughter of the squire of ham. Eleanor married beneath her station to A Mr Paul. My grand Mother was (Lily Rosina Estelle) Eleanor was her grandmother or Gt Gd Mother. Who was Lily mother and father, brothers and sisters? Lily was born abt 189? In the East End of London Bethnal Green her family were lace makers and weavers. Her mother was in her late forties when Lily was born she had brothers and sisters much older than herself. Lily married James Cuthbert he was a shoemaker He owned his own shoe shop/repairer’s Please can anyone help me( Nicoal ) Gt Gd Daughter
red mail Missing Blunden sisters
I am trying to find out what happened to my two Great Great Aunts from Kingston in Surrey. Elizabeth & Emily Blunden. Elizabeth born 1857 was last found in the 1891 census working as a cook in Hampton Wick for the Tredwin family and Emily born 1860 can last be found in the 1881 census working in Tudor Road Kingston as a servant for the Wilkinson family. I cannot find any record of them in the marriage or death index, it's as if they had just disappeared from the face of the earth. I would be grateful for any suggestions or hopefully any connections.
red mail ANTONINI
ANTONINI-Francisco Manuel b.1800+/- Italy d.1888 Kingston, Surrey (my Gt Gt Grandfather) he married Dinah Ann Davey(nee Bainbridge) 1859 Islington, I am trying to find his place of birth in Italy please.
Please Help
My G-Grandfather Frederick Robert Howard (B) 31-7-1887 Florence Terrace Kingston Vale R.S.D. Ham. parents Frederick Howard & Louisa (nee) Jenkins He was a farrier. Regards to a will my mother recieved he had Sis & Brothers Minnie,Elizabeth, Alice,Charles & Mabel also a Edith Marjorie who became Mrs Neighbour (re will). Any information on his family would be fantastic. There is also family stories that his family had 4 generations working as blacksmiths for Dutchess Of Teck??? Thanks to anyone who trys to help.
Christianna Truan Bear /Alban Evans Lewis
I believe that Christianna Beare may have been born in Cornwall and if anyone has come across these names I would like to hear from them.
red mail thomas saunders
born 1831 no information re parents came to Australia about 1845 May have been in Kingston Union Workhouse in 1841 census
red mail Williams and Turner
Looking for any descendants of Ellen Williams who may have married Mr Turner in 1921, possibly had a daughter called Constance. Ellen and Constance were last known living in Kingston Upon Thames in 1946. If anyone has information please do get in touch.
red mail Hart Harris Ottoway
looking for info on Eliza Hart who became Eliza harris was widowed by 1850. In 1851 was living in norbiton area then maried again to John Ottoway in 1854. She had two children by first mariage Isabella & Robert. I am trying to find her first husband/mariage which may have been in this area or in Norwich as that is where eliza lists her birth as on census records. Her fathers name is Robert and he was a bricklayer.
red mail Johannah Gumm
Who was Joannah? Born in Ham surrey, she married Thomas Gumm9also born Ham, Surrey) in 1814 and had Edward 1816, Rebekah and Isaac(twins) in 1817, and DINAH in 1820. Edward seems to have disappeared, Isaac died aged 2, Rebekah married William R. Burley(son of Jonas T Burley and Lydia(nee Smith) in 1843, and DINAH went to USA or Canada. Does anyone know what happened to any of these?I can find neither a birth or a death for Johannah Gumm. Did she die in USA? Grateful for any leads however small.
looking for any information on Dorothy Louisa Gore nee Bullen who lived Wolverton Road Kingston upon Thames.
red mail Blundens in Kingston 1840 onwards
My branch of the family Blundens can be found in Kingston from about 1840 onwards having migrated from West Sussex. There may have been other branches in Kingston already. I would be interested in any information that I can exchange on them.
red mail Myall, bootmaker
William John Myall, born 1826 in Soho, moved to Kingston after his marriage to Jane Palmer. They set up a boot & shoemakers shop in the High Street and lived there until 188? They had 9 children; Adelaide Jane married Richard Jeffries in San Francisco, Frederick William married Charlotte Kensington, Alice died in infancy, Charles Edward had a pub in Tooting Graveney, Agnes Susan married William Ellis and had a laundry in South Acton, Alfred Henry, bootmaker, married Louisa Mary Ann Panton and died age 42 in Hampstead, Walter Warden married Margaret Weavers and was a fly proprietor in Eastbourne, Catherine Ann married Harry Maunder, and Richard Palmer married Emily Finch and was also a fly proprietor in Sussex
red mail Phillips, Spalding
Looking for information on Robert Phillips Married Jane Mary Spalding about 1850. Son Robert Frederick Phillips born 5 Feb 1859 in Kingston Surrey. Graham
red mail Stone/Taylor - Kingston-upon-Thames
I have many further details regarding Jack Reginald Stone and Doris Taylor from Kingston-upon-Thames. I am a relative.
red mail Smith Family 1800's
Looking for any information about William Henry Smith and his spouse Susannah Ann Spicer, married in Epsom 1814. Their children were:- William Henry b. 1815, Susanna Ann b.1816, Sarah Anne b. 1818 d. 1819, Anne Elizabeth b. 1820, John b. 1823, Sarah Anne b. 1825, Edward Edmund b. 1829, Frances b. 1831, Richard b. 1834 and George b. 1841. All or most of the children were christened in Kingston. I only know about George and don't know who any of the girls married. George married Cecilia Adams from Bermuda and ended up in Ireland as clerk of works in Trinity College, Dublin.
red mail Lulham, Harris, Stone
Looking for relations of James Lulham b.1806, father John Lulham (b.1767) and mother Elizabeth Harris (b. 1772) married in 1798 at Kingston Upon Thames. John Lulhams's parents were Thomas (b.1732) and Jane Stone, married in 1757 Kingston.
red mail Lily Dwelley nee Coker
I am looking for relatives of Lily Dwelley who lived in Tudor Drive, Kingston upon Thames in 1972 when she was a beneficiary from her late brother's estate (Edward Coker of Swaffham, Norfolk). In particular I am looking for details including dates for her birth, marriage and death. I believe she might have been born in 1892, and possibly died in Brighton in 1973 though these dates are unsure at present. The name of her husband would also be useful. She was the daughter of George Coker and Edith Coker, nee Hill and is known to have had brothers George Arthur; Edward, and sisters Violet, Daisy, and Winifred. There may have been others but these are not known yet. Any tie in with these people would be useful
red mail McFarlane and Tuck
Im looking for any information about william james McFarlane and a Catherine/Katherine Madeline R Tuck they were married in Kingston around 1910 and had children i know one was called George Albert and there were others but ive not traced the names
red mail SWOISH
Hoping to find someone with links to George SWOISH (born c1869) and his wife Elizabeth (nee ARNOLD) who were living in Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey in 1901. Joan
red mail Dyer- George Born Kingston Surrey
I'm looking for information on above, my grandfather, born c1868 married to Alice HOLMES born c 1874. They were on 1901 census as living in Heston Street London, had 3 children Ellin/Ellen, George & Frederick.
red mail Jennings, Messenger, Bussie, 1600s
I am looking for information about Henry Jennings Born: 21 Jul 1642 in the Parish Of Clemonddeane, Surrey, England who died: 3 Apr 1705 at Philadelphia in the colonies. Our family history indicates that Henry’s parents were William Jennings and Mary Messenger. Henry’s married his first wife Sarah Jennings about 1663. Sarah was born 18 May 1634 and died 28 Jun 1665 in London. Henry married Margaret Bussie in London in 1666. Margaret’s father was Paul Bussie. Henry and Margaret had a son Issac Jennings born in 1667 and a daughter, Sarah Jennings. Henry and Margaret "left England for West New Jersey on the ship Kent' in May, 1677, with their servant, Martha, daughter of John Basset, arriving at Salem in August, 1677." Some information indicates that Henry was a tailor by trade. Specifics - In addition to genealogical information I can find no reference to the “Parish Of Clemonddeane” and the Surrey Historical Society has never heard of it. Does anyone know where this was located? The master of the “Good Ship Kent” for the 1677 voyage was named Gregory Marlow but I have been unable to finda\ any other information about the ship. What type of ship was it, how large, how rigged? Any help would be appreciated.
red mail KEMP and SIMONS
Researching John Lane Kemp (b. 1796 Teddington)and Mary Ann Constable ancestors and descendants. Ancestors from Teddington, descendants stayed mostly in Kingston upon Thames area. One dau. married Walter Henry Simons (b. 1854) son James Thomas Simons and Mary Ann Watts. THANK YOU!!
red mail Smith
Looking for informatin On Arthur Edwin Smith b around 1875 Shalford Surrey. In 1901 census was a housepainter living 7 York Rd Kingston on Thames.He married Clara E, she was born around 1876 Kingston. Three children known Arthur Edwin b 1898 Kingston, Dorothy A, b around 1899 Kingston and Olive Gertude b 1901 Kingston, possibly other siblings looking for descendents. Arthur married Daisy Martha Jaques b 1900 Hampton, they married Kingston 1921. He was a gas fitter or gaslighter believe to have moved North. All Info welcomed
red mail Maries
Researching all Maries and associated families in the area
Any info on Douglas and Primrose Harding who lived over an insurane shop in Eden Street.They had a son named Bob who became a footballer.I think they brought up my father Bernard Reid around 1910-18.I know Primrose was still living in Eden St in the Mid 1940's.Please help.
red mail searching for
any information on a Jack Reginald Stone who married a Doris Taylor in 1942 in Kingston. Jack was in the army at the time of his marriage and have lost trace of him. I am interested to know where he may have lived and if there were any children from the marriage. Any info would be much appreciated, thanks.
red mail Matthew Munday and Emma Wooden,
Lived Kingston area and Staines in late 1800s early 1900s. Had large family, moved to Bristol sons Joe, Frank, Danny, Bert,Jesse, daughters Daisy, Annie,Elsie, any info appreciated.
red mail mason/allison
arthur henry mason married hannah jane allison dec 1897, in kingston 1 son frank born 1899,arthur previosly married to sarah ? who was born in fairford glos they had a son john born 1891 arthur was born in 1857 longmarston glos son of charles mason sgt of police in fairford glos,
red mail searching for
any information on a John Henry Horne Taylor who was born in 1882 in shipley, yorks. He eventually moved to Kings road in Kingston, Surrey and he had a newsagents somewhere around there, would be grateful for any information concerning either, thankyou.
red mail mason
arthur henry mason was living in kingston in 1900 working in the printing industry married 1 son any info wanted he was my great uncle.
red mail WEST
Seeking information on the West family whom lived in the Kingston upon Thames area during the early 1900's. I have a Charlie and Annie West with son Charles. Charlie's father might have been Alfred. If you have any information regarding this family or their decendants, please contact me. Thanks & Happy Hunting.
red mail Bulmer
Bulmer family moved from Kilham, East Yorkshire to Albury Surrey in about 1842 Family as below William Bulmer born about 1794 who died 1843 in Albury age 49 Hannah Bulmer born about 1807 in Beverley, Yorkshire who on the death of her husband William in 1843 married Mark Varey William and Hannah's children are as below Marwood Watson Bulmer 1835 in Kilham Yorkshire Robert Thomas Bulmer born 1842 in Kilham, Yorkshire John Bulmer orn 1843 in Albury, Surrey Eliza Bulmer born 1840 in Kilham Yorkshire William Bulmer born in Kilham Yorkshire Roger Bulmer born 1828 in Kilham, Yorkshire Ann Bulmer born 1833 in Kilham Yorkshire Marwood Watson Bulmer born 1835 married Louisa (Lucy) Collyer on Jan 3rd 1864 in Stoke next to Guildford. The bride was the daughter of James Collyer. Marwood and Louisa had 3 children John Robert Bulmer born aug 1864 who died Sep 1864 in Guildford, Surrey Ellen Bulmer born about 1870 in Southampton, Hampshire Walter John Bulmer born about 1869 in either Southampton or Guildford John Bulmer born 1843 in Albury married Ann Matilda Peacock on Apr 24 1875 in Stoke next to Guildford. She was born about 1852 John died 13th June 1875 Robert Thomas Bulmer born 1842 in Kilham, Yorkshire married Charlotte Fanning on 4th Apr 1864 in Stoke next to Guildford. She was the daughter of William Fanning and was born in 1844 in Guildford and died in 1921 in Kingston upon Thames Robert and Charlotte's family is as follows Eliza Sarh Bulmer born 1869 Robert William BUlmer born 1871 who died in 1902 in Kingston John Henry Bulmer born 1872 in Kingston Anna Florence Bulmer born 1873 in Kingston died in 1901 Marwood Watson Bulmer born 1877 in Kingston died in 1920 Thomas F Bulmer born 1879 in Kingston Alfred William Bulmer born 1881 in Kingston died Dec 15 1917 in Italy war grave Maud Clara Bulmer born 1888 in Kingston married in 1909 in Kingston Elizabeth Charlotte Bulmer born 1864 in Guildford married in 1891 in Kingston Ellen BUlmerborn 1875 in Kingston died in 1876 Walter John Bulmer born 1869 in Guildford or Southampton married Eva Louisa Tapper in 1932. Alfred William Bulmer born 1881 son of Robert Thomas born 1842 married Elizabeth Turnham in March 1907 in Kingston upon Thames Alfred and Elizabeth had the following family Robert William born 1908 in Kingston he married someone with the surname Bourquin Ethel Rose Bulmer born 1910 in Kingston Lilliam Irene Bulmer born 1913 Horace C Bulmer born 1917 who married someone with the surname Ayres in 1939
red mail Rapley/Hayter
Charles William Burgess Rapley born January 24, 1903 Kingston - Mother Annie Rapley nee Hayter Father unknown. Annie was previously married to James Rapley. They had three sons Bertie Henry James born January 27, 1890 Richmond, Surrey - Cyril born August 8, 1891 Brentford, Twickenham, Middlesex Surrey and Percival Hayter born January 21, 1895 Brentford, Twickenham, Middlesex, Surrey. Looking for any info on Bertie and Charles as well as the lives of Annie and James after separating.
red mail Convict James Lulham 1806-1857
Interested in any info or photos of the district for background of my gg granddad James Lulham who was convicted at Surrey Assizes in 1829 for stealing linen. He was a blacksmith and was transported to Australia on the ship "Sarah", sailed from London 29/8/1829. His parents were John Lulham (b1767 in Kingston) and Elizabeth Harris (b1772); they were married in Kingston-upon-Thames and had at least 5 children (John, Elizabeth, James, Maria and Mary-Ann).
red mail alfred thomas seers
i am looking for any information on alfred thoms seers born december 1904 to alfred robert sears and annie draper he married susan elizabeth stevens in 1927 i believe he came from the hampton wick/ kingston upon thames area
red mail Piesley/Peisley/Fagence
I have a Walter Piesley, (widower) marry Mary Ann White, nee Fagence (widow) in 1885. Both had children from previous marriage. They lived in Cowleaze area of Kingston. Charles Piesley, b 1869, Susan Piesley. b 1872 Charles White b 1876 Alice White b 1884 After they were married they also had Sarah Annie Piesley, my Grandmother and Lizzie Piesley. Any information would be welcome.
LAWRENCE, SHERMAN, Kingston upon Thames
Isabella Maria LAWRENCE was born in Kingston upon Thames in 1826. Her father was probably James Lawrence, and her mother was Maria. Isabella married John Sherman in Cornwall in 1845, and they had children: James, 1846. Jordan, 1848. Richard Ernest, 1849, Fannie, 1850. Wallace Alfred, 1852. Walter Woods, 1853.Frabj Edward, 1855 and Daniel 1858. Any knowledge of or connection with Isabella's family would be most welcome. Wendy in Western Australia.
red mail Grindlay & Baker
Seeking information on a Hazel A Grindlay who married a Mr Baker in Kingston in 1920. Any information on either the Grindlay or Baker families in the Surrey area would be appreciated.
red mail James John Searle
Seeking info on family of James John Searle, born 1872 Froxfield, died 1954 Ealing. Lived at Coombe Court, Kingston. 2nd wife Gertrude (Eades).
red mail Bennetts of Kingston, Surrey
Searching for information related to antecedents of John Talbot Bennett (1893 - c1950) and twin brother William Alfred Bennett (1893 - 1959), my grandfather and great-uncle respectively; both of New Malden and Kingston, Surrey; sons of John Talbot Bennett Sr. John Bennett Jr and John Bennett Sr were both Common Councilmen for Billingsgate Ward for the City of London Corporation during their lifetimes, while William Alfred Bennett and his descendants were -- and still are -- members of the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers. Any information with regard to Bennett fishmongers prior to John Talbot Sr gratefully appreciated.
red mail RANDALL Family
RANDALL – Kingston-upon-Thames I am looking for information on Charles RANDALL, a confectioner, born in St. Albans, Herts in 1794. By 1861, he was living in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey. He married Mary HONE of Merton and had a son, George, born 1845
red mail Princess Louise Home for Girls
I am trying to find out more information about the Princess Louise Home for Girls which was established in Kingston Hill in 1892. My grandmother was there in the 1901 census and I am keen to find more of its history and maybe pictures of it/what happened to it etc.
red mail Kennedy Family
I am seeking any information regarding the Kennedy family that lived in the Surbiton, Long Ditton, Tolworth and Kingston area from the late 1800's to the late 1970's. Names include William John (postman),Dennis John, Kate (nee Watson), Kathleen, Mary, Kathleen and Elizabeth. Residences would have been 15 Hill Crescent and Minniedale in Surbiton; and Red Lion Lane in Tolworth. Any information would be greatly appreciated. James
red mail Gooding Penfold Emmett Billmore
Suffolk and Surrey. Have extensive family trees but on hold right now due to pressures of work. Please contact me and we can perhaps share details.
red mail Saunders
Herbert Saunders (c 1880-1964), sometimes known as George.Mr Meyers Travelling Circus, East Surrey Militia, Muscian in army during Boer War, India to 1911. Married Edith Bentley Croydon 1909. W1 East Surrey Reg. Died in Croydon 1964. May have had a twin brother.
red mail Penfolds in Kingston-upon-Thames
Would like to connect to anyone else researching Penfolds in and around Kingston-upon-Thames. Please contact me!
red mail minchin
looking for minchin family
red mail Pamplin
I am looking for ANY information on the Pamplin family in Kingston. If you can help, please contact.
red mail Daisy Martha Jaques
looking for any one who knows information onDaisy Jaques my mother was her sister Esme Jaques and is alive adopted in the Isle of Tiree in the inner Hebrides contact welcome
red mail Worley
George Frederick.b 1889 Fulham,London parents George William Alfred,Annie Sullivan.Believed married to Helen? 1920s and 30s lived Kingston upon Thames and RichmonD onThames Looking for decendents
red mail Hanagan
I am looking for the Hanagan family that lived in Kingston on Thames and in Richmond. The children were born between 1878 and 1891,the Parents were George Hanagan (Plasterer) who married Susan Tanner, they had Emma, Joseph, Annie, Caroline, Charlotte, Thomas, Fred, William, May and Gertrude. Some of the family moved to Canada and other stayed in England.
red mail KIngston + nearby Surbiton
I am looking for info on Molly Marjorie b.1911 + Arthur Ramsey SMITH. Molly was my grandfather St Clair HICKMAN's half sister through their father, any info would be welcome, Thank you.
red mail jaques-smith
looking for desendents (living day if possible)Of DAISY JAQUES,she married arthur edwin smith in kington upon thames. In 1923.He was a gas fitter,his father was by the of the same name.She had a sister named emse who was adopted at the aged of six,after living with her grandparents,because the grandmother died,any info welcomed.It was belived daisy and arthur moved up north
red mail Rogers-chandler
my father Frederick William Rogers married Elsie Doris Chandler I know they lived in Tolworth as i was born there hoping to find links to grandfather & mother
red mail Smith. Forrest, Duguid, Collyer, Stephenson
In 1855, at St. Margaret's, Westminster, London, John Smith (b.8 Jun 1815 at Lyndhurst, Hampshire) married Margaret Duguid Forrest (b.2 Sep 1825 at Tarves, Aberdeen). This was John Smith's second marriage (see my entry at Islington). He worked for many years as a commercial clerk in a stationer's firm. By 1866, and probably earlier, they had established residence at "Holly Villa", Sycamore Grove, Kingston Upon Thames. John and Margaret had six children: Alice Margaret (b.1857), John Edmond (b.1858), George Arthur (b.1860), Ellen Louise (b.1862), Albert Edward (b.1864), and Alfred William (my paternal grandfather, b. 1 Oct 1866). From at least 1871 on, John Sr.'s elder brother Frederick (b.23 May 1813, at Lyndhurst) lived with the family until his death in 1890. The 1881 Census enumerated John Sr.'s grandsons John J. and George C. Collyer (ages 6 and 5, respectively) of Kilburn, Middlesex. They probably were from John Sr.'s first marriage, and happened to be visiting on Census Night. On 22 Sep 1885, Alice Margaret married George Henry Stephenson (then age 33, a jeweler from Stratford-on-Avon). John Sr. and Margaret both died in 1891 and are interred in Kingston Upon Thames Cemetery (Bonner Hill). I would welcome contact with my cousins who share this ancestry.
red mail Local History Book
My Dad has a lovely book called 'Long Ditton Remembered' by Mark Davison. ISBN 0 9534240 0 6 price 9.95 UK pounds. It has lovely photographs and an old map of the area in 1895. Lots of local people are mentioned and it also has some photographs and information about Surbiton and Kingston too. My Dad is in one of the school photographs and St Mary's church is there, where my parents were married and where I was christened.
red mail Birch/rose
Hi I am looking for any decendants of the Birch family and Rose family from Kingston upon Thames, in 1881 my Great Great Grandma Charlotte Birch lived in Elm Road Kingston and my Grandma Florence Mary Birch and her sister Emily Kate and Jessie b Birch were born in Kingston, in 1881 they lived in Cowlease with their parents Charles J Birch and Mary Birch (nee Blaker. My Great Grandma Florence married Albert Edward Rose and I have found relatives of his George Rose in the 1881 census living in cowlease I would appreciate any more info that anyone can give me
red mail Kingston Workhouse
The Builder 1868 Vol XXVI . 2nd May 1868 325 Kingston Surrey - winter accommodation for inmates It having been found by the guardians during the severest part of the winter that additional accommodation was necessary for inmates, the subject wasdiscussed and a committee appointed to consider the question. The committee unanimously recommended the Board to increase the buildings of the house, so as to accommodate 200 additional inmates, and they approved Mr Lack's plans for the proposed alteration. The Board of Guardians, however, by a vote of 8 to 4, have decided that the alteration of the house, which was estimated to cost about £10,000, should be deferred at all events until the new infirmary is completed, as it was thought bysome that the new infirmary would relieve the house of some cases, and so afford a certain amount of room.
Baker, Spinks
I am the son of Albert Edward Ernest Baker and Bertha Margaret (nee Spinks)living at Bonner Hill Road Cemetery until 1962. I am researching Bakers in Sussex and Spinks in Norfolk.

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