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red mail Eves
Any information on the origins of the Eves family of Long Ditton would be welcome. I have gone back as far as Charles Eves born 1812 in Long Ditton and have a Hannah Eves (my Great Grandmother) born 1878 in Long Ditton marry a Alfred Pines in 1901
red mail Woodstock Cottages, Long Ditton
My grandfather was born at Woodstock Cottages, Long Ditton, Surbiton but I can't find any information about it on the internet. Does anyone know if the building still exists? If anyone knows anything about Woodstock Cottages or the Faggetter family, I'd love to hear from you.
red mail Long Ditton St Mary's Road
I believe that my great grandfather was a gardener at 'The Grange' in Long Ditton. Does anybody have any information about the house and the family that lived there?
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 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 Knott Or Nutt
The Knott (Nutt) family were in Long Ditton from from 1695 to 1800

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