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red mail Sanderson or Saunderson Limpsfield
I'm looking for the birth record of Catherine Sanderson, born about 1820. She married Samuel Gurney in 1841, was widowed and then married James Kitchen in 1850. On census records her birth place is given as Limpsfield. Her father was John Sanderson, a farmer from Limpsfield. I have baptism records for the families of John and Elizabeth Sanderson (children baptised 1788 to 1802) and John and Sarah Sanderson (children baptised 1819 to 1833) of Limpsfield and some other records - but as yet no Catherine. Was she baptised elsewhere? Did she change her first name? Any help appreciated.
red mail I am looking for family of John Bottrill & Anne Lucas
I am looking for any decendants from all John & Anne's children. I live in Adelaide, Australia.
red mail BAKER family Limpsfield
Researching Baker family from Limpsfield. Robinson Henry Baker (my G/Grandfather)born 13 Jul 1851 christened 31 Aug 1851. Married Matilda Jane DIMMICK 26 Feb 1876 at Caterham Robinson Henry died 17 Mar 1929, East Grinstead. Matilda Jane died 8 Oct 1937County Hos(ital, Farnborough, Orpington. Children: Charles (Sydney - must have been added later) b 29 Dec1876 Lingfield Married Alice Phoebe Manning 25 Dec 1913 Harry Baker (my grandfather.) born 4 Nov 1878, Lingfield. Came to New Zealand 1906. Ethel Baker born c1880 Oxted Married George Henry Cotterill 24 Mar 1909 Janetta Baker born 27 Jun 1885, Lingfield Frank Baker born 29 Jun 1889 Lingfield Florence Ella Baker 28 Jul 1891 Hammerwood Violet Dorothy Baker c1898 Hammerwood.
red mail jarrett
greetings from australia. I am a descendant from the Jarrett Willoughby or jarrett King connections
red mail WOOD
I am researching DAVID WOOD born Limpsfield 1841. His parents were AMOS WOOD & HARRIET YOUNG who were married at Hever in 1839. Father of AMOS WOOD given as WILLIAM WOOD on marriage certificate. Amos Wood & Harriet were living at 'Champions Pits' Limpsfield in 1841. According to 1851 Census AMOS was born at Edenbridge Which is where he was living at this time. Address given as Troy Town.
red mail Briant/Bryant Family
Trying to find my GGGrandfather,George Briant born around 1800's in the area of Limpsfield,Surrey. My GGrandfather was George Briant born 1824 in Limpsfield. Married Beatrice Harbert 1851 in Hackney Parish Church. All info welcome.
red mail soan(es)
Looking for any one researching the name Sone, Sones Soanes or varients in Limpsfield 1550/1700 baptism records only give name of father, but locations are "of the town " or Payne's Hill. I would like to find more about Limpsfield in this period
red mail wood,outtrim
looking for info on thomas wood and caroline outtrim. caroline was born c1819 in limpsfield, parents were isaac and sarah. thomas and caroline married in limpsfield in 1836.
red mail limpsfield family stores
looking for Bateman family who I know were there in 1934, mrs Bateman used to write to my grandmother with family news, would love to hear from any of her descendants to try and place my own family history,my grandmother lived at a house called Melbury I believe
red mail Ashton Family
I am trying to find out any information about the Ashton family who lived at 28 Granville Rd. I don't know when they moved there but my mother, Irene (born in 1917), married at St Peter's in 1949 and was a Housekeeper at the time. She had a twin sister, Daphne, and an elder brother, Ronald.Her parents were George Walter Ashton (Gardener) who died in 1950, and Kate Rebecca (Blower) who died in 1943. Both are buried in the churchyard at St Peter's.
red mail Re: Jesse Marchant
I have since discovered his birth details. He was christened as an adult aged 22 yrs at Limpsfield in 1815. This opened up the gateway back to the 1730's. Joe Marchant
red mail Jesse and Martha Marchant
Jesse and Martha, her maiden name was Medhurst, were married at Cudham in 1820. Their eldest children George and Kitty were christened at Limpsfield in 1821 and 1823. They later moved on to Westerham and Eynsford. All information of this family would be most welcome. At age 76 and now living in Australia I am still trying to find the location of Jesse's birth and the names of his parents.
red mail COOK
Looking for any information on the Cook family of Limpsfield. Alfred(B.1845) married to Louisa (B.1844)
red mail Russell or Osmonds
Any Russells or Osmonds
red mail Surname: Horrell
Does anyone remember Eileen Horrell who lived in Limpsfield around 1940 where her daughter, Pam, was born at Fairacre in Detillens Lane? Any info about Fairacre would also be appreciated.
red mail Wood of Stafford(Staffhurst) Wood
I am interested in the Wood family who lived in Staffords Wood during the 17th century. They were connected by marriage to the families of Young, Ellis, Hall and Glover, and I think may be related to the large Wood family in the Coulsdon Caterham Godstone area. I would be pleased to hear from anyone else researching this family.
red mail Cawley's/Limpsfield/Tenchley Park Lodge
I am trying to find out any information about the above, my Great Grandfather seems to have been a gardener at Tenchley Park Lodge in 1893 -ish, his name was Charles Cawley married to Hannah Cawley nee Hart (son born at Tenchley, Arthur Jack)
red mail Church Missionary Society Children's Home
Seeking information about the CMS Children's Home at Limpsfield. 1891 census shows both my g-grandfather Edwin G MARTIN (b.1864-65, Exton, Rutland) and g-grandmother Emma TYLER (nee TYERS) (widow b.1859, Exton, Rutland) on the domestic staff of the Home. They married in Limpsfield, Sept 1891. Why did many of the servants of an institution in Surrey come from Rutland?
red mail Smiths of Limpsfield C1832
I am seeking information about my grandfather's family. He was Thomas Smith, born in Limpsfield 1831/33. His father may also have been named Thomas Smith. It is possible the family moved to St James, Westminster, between 1840-60. My grandfather married Anne Garbutt and became a coachman in Hillingdon, Middx. I am having great difficulty tracing his roots in Limpsfield, so any lead would be very much appreciated. Cathy
Looking for anyone with connections to John ODDBOY born circa 1728 in Limpsfield. Was a foundling so parentage unknown hence surname, the boy was dropped by some descendants turning the surnmae to ODD. He was found in the grounds of The White Hart by a Mr. R. NIGHTINGALE under a haystack. John ODDBOY's descendants were very prolific, there are now family members all over the world. Be great to hear from anyone with a connection and fill in the missing gaps.
red mail shield of limpsfield and norwood
hi am after information on the shield family line from limpsfield. my g,g,grandfather was henry shield born 1837 limpsfield married someone called mary ?, they had 7 children all born in Norwood - they were ....henry, thomas, james, george, mary, hannah and charles. hopefully someone can help me fill in the gaps and take me back further heres hoping thanks marian
red mail James Osgood
On 7th November 1780 James Osgood married Hannah Coleman - both of this parish. They had a total of 10 children. My mother is a direct descendent from this family. I can find no trace of the birth of James Osgood having searched the parish registersof close-by parishes. The Osgoods appear to have moved into the area from Berkshire. Any trace of a James Osgood born about 1760 would be appreciated.
red mail Isabella Payne
Isabella was born in Warlingham in 1848 ( I do not know her maiden name). She married my great-uncle ? Payne, sadly he died before the 1881 census so was not listed. They had a daughter Alice J Payne born in 1874. Mother and daughter lived in Limpsfield village at the time of the census. I would very much appreciate being able to put a name to the mystery gentleman.
Firmiger All Variants
John Firmiger married Mary Ann Bridgeland. They had many children including Ann Firmiger.
red mail Tenchley House/manor
Does anyone know anything about TENCHLEY House/Manor, just south of Limpsfield Chart, such as when it was built, owners, extent of the estate, where the income came from etc. etc. Any information at all much appreciated. also, does anyone know anything about the CHAMPION PIT on the eastern side of the estate? What was mined there etc? Someone must know something! Thanks.
red mail King
James and Jane King had 10 children all born in Limpsfield between 1787 and 1811. Their 8th child, James born 20.7.1803 was my Any information on this family would be of great interest.
red mail Mcdougall Family, Limpsfield
I am searching for information on JOHN McDOUGALL and family, who lived in Limpsfield, but may have originated in Blackford, Perth, Scotland. John Mcdougall (b.circ1775-95?) was a farmer in the Limpsfield area. His daughter Ann (b.1815-16) married William NIGHTINGALE, widowed 1845, then married James FIRMIGER. She was a schoolteacher at the Chart Infant School (LIMPSFIELD CHART) and died 1878. Any McDOUGALL information at all much appreciated; I have much other information to those interested.
Firmager (furminger)(farmager)
Seeking Edward Firmager (Farmager) born Limpsfield 1844 then moved to Islington children Edward 1868, Thomas 1872, James 1874, George 1875, Joseph 1880. He married Mary Bridget ? from Ireland

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