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can anybody help and tell me what was hilltop in 1909,was it a house school hospital . a henry skilton died here ,what was it , thanks frances
red mail Albert Sylvester M King
Searching for info on an Albert Sylvester M King who married a Violet Foster in Leatherhead/Epsom district. They had a daughter Irene E King born 1927. Any info. greatly appreciated.
red mail Fosters of Leatherhead
Am looking for any information on the family of James and Emmeline Foster who lived in Leatherhead/Bookham circa 1860s/1911 onwards. He was a coal porter and their children were William, Ernest, Arthur (known as Jack), Lily,Ethel,Ruby,Mabel,Violet and Alice. The girls all married and their married names were Brown,Russell,Thorn,Hazeltine,King and Feaver respectively. Any info. greatly appreciated.
red mail Thomas Street born in approximately 1821
Thomas Street born at Leatherhead in approximately 1821, believed to be a son of Thomas and Sarah Street. Any information please. Thank you.
red mail The Street families of Leatherhead
Sarah Street was born at Leatherhead Surrey UK in approximately 1819. Her parents may have been Thomas and Sarah Street. Any information would be gratefully received.
red mail Daisey Stenning/Hynes
I am grand-daughter of Daisy Blanche who was born stenning in 1891 died 1981, she married Francis Hynes 1918? had daughter Frances Mary Hynes who she later married James William Addison in 1941. they had 4 children. Myra, Robert, Janice and me Linda. Does anyone know any of the above?
red mail James William Reeve
Seeking information on James William Reeve, b. Leatherhead 1836, son of James and Jane Reeve. He was a civil engineer, married 4 times: 1st wife, Mary, 4 children, all born in India, lived in Dunchideok, Devon; 2nd wife Lydia Laura Roope, daughter of Lavington Roope of Tasmania, 2 sons, James and Raymond; 3rd wife, Maude, 2 children, Violet and Percy, lived in London; 4th wife Mary Emma Gandy, married in 1895, had a daughter, Nora, lived in Suffolk. Any info on any of these people, particularly wife no. 3?
red mail Swatley or Swatlie
Looking for information on Thomas Swatley christened 23/01/1738 in Leatherhead. Son of Joseph Swatley. Alternate spelling could be Swatlie. Also looking for information on a Mark Swatley who immigrated to Augusta County, Virgina, USA some time before 1756.
red mail Arthur Henry Tritton
Arthur Henry Tritton b abt 1856 d 1936 children Mary Swandrop Tritton b abt 1875 Winifred Louie Tritton b abt 1880 m Capt A G Miller Arthur Robert Tritton b abt 1884 m Elsie Richter Louisa b abt 1885 & Nigel Charles Tritton b June 1891 m Ruth Borradaile Coles. The Trittons were an important family in Leatherhead any info especially about descendants welcome. AHT was chariman of the Urban District council and Churchwarden. He was a keen sportsman, cricket sailing shooting polo etc
red mail Coonoor Lodge, Leatherhead
Census 1861 Elizabeth Gregory Electoral register 1873-1880 Henry Lamb Census 1881 Duncan Sandeman member London Stock Exchange b Marylebone age 33 and Amelia b Dornach Alsace France 1885 Rate Book C B Tritton 1885 Electoral reister Charles Dunckerly 1890 Archibald & Lucy Lawford 1894-1897 Rev Robert Biscoe Tritton 1899-1903 Mrs Mary Ashmore Charrington 1904 - 1912 William Henry Stevenson. House demolished about 1912-1916 Family details and photos of house gratefully received. Information available
red mail Aylwin, Cooper, Wigzell, de Cotlogon, Smart, Richardson, Hinder
George Allen Aylwin, Hannah Aylwin, Thomas Cooper and some of his family from 2 marriages are buried side by side in the Leatherhead Churchyard. Thomas Cooper was a brewer and his second marriage was to Mary ? , ? , ? , Thomas Cooper, Rev. clerck Thomas Wigzell, Rev. Charles de Cotlogon. Mary had 5 husbands. Mary was the mother of both wives of George Allen Aylwin, Hannah ( Smart ) ( Aylwin ) , Mary Ann Cooper ( Aylwin ). George Allen Aylwin b.1770 at Midhurst, lived at Lower Thames St, and Finsbury Sq., London. Chum
red mail Bullen of Leatherhead
Any information on theBullen family in Leatherhead or surrounding area especially Fetcham or Dorking.
red mail Huntingford
Any information about Kezia Huntingford who married James Davey at St.Mary,Newington in 1818
red mail GIRDLER family of Leatherhead
Pleased to hear from anyone related to the Girdlers, especially anyone who can give me any information about Douglas (known as Stan)Girdler (b.1917c.), his wife, Peggy (b.1920c.), and their son, Roy (b.1949c.). They use to live in Church Walk, Leatherhead.
My Grandad, Albert ("Ted") Robbins (often called "Mr Fuller" by his customers!), ran Fullers Butchers in Leatherhead from the 1950's til about 1980. It was previously owned by a Mr Fuller and still named F Fullers until it's demolition. It stood next to the Railway Pub and I understand that Mr Fuller once owned the pub and the smokery next door, which in time became the butchers shop. Does anyone know of the shop, it's history or the Fuller family please? If anyone remembers my Grandad that would be a wonderful bonus! Thank you.
red mail Model Cottages
My g gparents lived in Model cottages Fairfield as at the 1901 census. Can anyone shed any light as to where Model cottages were please? It seems the Prince of Wales pub was next door. I can't find any record of either. Thanks
red mail reynolds family
I am trying to trace my family they were living in Leatherhead in 1935. William and Mildred Reynolds they had 2 children 1 boy and 1 girl, any help would be great
red mail Henry Denton Cooke
Looking for details of the Cooke family, of Leatherhead/Fetcham areas. Names include: Henry Denton Cooke (circa 1795), wife Sarah; John Denton Cooke (born 1815 in Fetcham, wife Sarah Davis (born 1824 in Bookham, and later married William Norris); Ellen, Elizabeth Bell, Sarah, Jane, Emma, Alice, Henry, John, Rebecca, Alfred.
red mail ottley/otley
Especially Mary born c1820, daughter of Thomas. Married James Rumsey
red mail Adrian Cottages/ Jackson
Many thanks to the person who sent me the info about these cottages! I am researching the Jackson family who lived in Leatherhead from approximately 1890/1900 until the 1920's or possibly longer. Elijah and Elizabeth Jackson and their children - Ethel,William,Frederick (my grandfather)and Lilian. I think Elijah may have been a grocer in Leatherhead or worked for a grocer perhaps. Frederick was a carpenter and married Lily Maud Cousins at Ashstead church in 1908. Their sister Lilian Jackson was 13 in 1901 and I have not been able to trace an eventual marriage for her. I would welcome any information.
red mail Taylors,
trying to contact Taylor family from kingston rd.My Father was Charles Edward Taylor,my Mother Betty Quick.Any contact would help file my family tree project.Also Townsend & Quick
red mail search
I am searching for any information on the chrismas family particularly laura chrismas born in leatherhead surrey in 1883. Later connected to pulborough, sunnycroft school. address in leatherhead holme street farm.
red mail MARSTON of Leatherhead
I'm searching for any survivors of the Marston family in Great Bookham. My mother's name was ROSE and she had one sister SYLVIA.
red mail Kingsnorth in Leatherhead
Looking for a Baker by the name of Kingsnorth in Leatherhead in 1901
red mail Robinson, Buck, Elsey
Frederick Robinson born Oct 1856 Leatherhead, son of John Robinson and Eliza, Frederick married Mary Ann Buck 31 Aug Outwood daughter of William Buck and Mary Elsey born 20 Sept 1857 Bletchingley
Boughton Family
I am looking for information of the Boughton Family who lived in the Leatherhead area. Joseph Boughton married Elizabeth. Their daughter, Mary Ann married James Weller. I have had no luck tracing any of the family. Any help would be wonderful.
Wellers Of Leatherhead
I am looking for any information regarding the Wellers of Leatherhead and decendants of Thomas and Elizabeth Weller. Thomas was born in 1767, married around 1795 and died in 1827. Apparently they had fourteen children, although I have only managedto trace eight. Any information would be great.

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