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Unknown Report 23 May 2004 11:09

Crista ooooooooooo am sooo excited - know immediately that top 2 and bottom 2 are mine - will look into 3rd. Didn't know Rhoda was a Sheer - and the Tidy sure tidies things up !!! Thank you so much - may need your help again later on :-))) Gaynor


Margaretfinch Report 23 May 2004 11:55

Hi Crista, thank you so much for the marriages frem Puttenham, you are so good, thank you Margaret


Pumphrey Report 23 May 2004 11:59

Morning Crista. i am looking for William HAMMOND born c1821 Frensham, Surrey. Unfortunately don't have his parents names so it may be futile. Pam :-)


Dawn Report 23 May 2004 12:16

Gaynor Saw that you were looking for people in Shere. Have you been there? It is such a lovely place. There was, I don't know if it is still there, a lovely Museum in the village. It gets exceptionally busy in the Summer. A very pretty place... Kind Regards Sarah.X


Unknown Report 23 May 2004 12:38

Sarah, Thank you for your comment - to answer your question - yes and no!!! I was born in Godalming and have probably been to Shere many times as a small child - however, at the grand age of 50 I don't remember any of it. Just brought my hubby in to read your posting - he guessed by the inquisitive, pleading look on my face - OK he said, we'll go in a few weeks time. YESSSSSS - thank you Sarah :-))))))) Gaynor xx


Patricia Report 23 May 2004 13:44

Hi Crista, Thanks for the offer of look-ups. Anything in the name of Longley in Horne, Surrey or Burstow or Lingfield, also Wallis and King in the same areas. Many thanks.


Jody Report 23 May 2004 20:17

looking for information on theSILKSTONE family. I know that around 1915 were living in Kingston-Upon-Thames


Crista Report 23 May 2004 21:43

Pam, Hammond in Frensham: 28/07/1802 William to Mary Chandler 06/01/1802 Thomas to Sarah Mayhew 05/02/1818 James to Elizabeth Chuter Crista


Crista Report 23 May 2004 21:45

Hi Patricia, Do you have any first names? There are so many that I'd be here all day if I had to type out all the matches. I'm not able to just copy and paste. Crista


Pumphrey Report 23 May 2004 23:55

Thank you so much Crista. I will keep for future use. I think i'm going to have to order his marriage cert to get the names relating to him but I'm absoultely sure that one of the three couples you gave me will be his parents. Boo! Hoo! Many thanks again, it will spur me on to go back to my Hammonds. Pam


Patricia Report 24 May 2004 14:43

Sorry about that Crista, should have thought about giving you some Christian names for my Longley`s. Here goes:Alice Sophia, Ann, Edgar, Emma Sophia, Wiliam, James King, Hannah, John Thomas, Joseph, Joseph Henry, George, Mary Ann, Elizabeth Kate, Robert, Spencer, Persis, Timothy. Sorry there are so many of them! Pat


Margaretfinch Report 24 May 2004 22:11



Crista Report 24 May 2004 22:21

Pat, This was all there was for the parishes you mention. Horne: Elizabeth Longley to Thomas Clarke of Tandrige 26/10/1862 Lingfield Christopher Longly to Elizabeth Moulder 22/11/1687 Ann Longley to Richard Pullen 1764 Mary Longley to William Brand 19/04/1824 Crista


Jim Report 24 May 2004 23:12

Hi Crista. Just noticed your message regarding pre-1837 Surrey marriages. I know you are a very busy lady, but if you could find time to follow up on these for me I'd be ever so grateful. David SARGENT Bn. 1785 = Elizabeth RIDLEY abt 1803 in Burstow, Surrey. Thomas SARGENT bn. 1809 = Mary LAKER in Burstow, Surrey. Any details on these and any SCOTT marriages from around Burstow, Horne and Horley areas would be very welcome indeed. Good hunting Jim


Crista Report 25 May 2004 08:53

Jim, David SARGENT to Elizabeth RIDLEY 26/10/1803 in Horne Thomas SERGEANT bn. 1809 = Mary LAKER 13/04/1825 in Horne. Do you have any first names for the Scotts as there are quite a few of them? Crista


Jim Report 25 May 2004 21:54

Hi Crista. Many thanks for the reply and what you sent regarding the SARGENT families confirms our patchy infoas well as gives positive dates. Regarding the SCOTT family, that is where I have become stuck as all I have is George SCOTT bn 1830 and subsequently married a lady by the name of Esther ? ? so any previous marriages under that name and information from Horne or Horley would possibly fit as that is where all my fathers family seem to come from. Obliged to you for the effort and hope you may crack this one as well. Regards and good hunting Jim


Margaretfinch Report 27 May 2004 18:53



Crista Report 27 May 2004 23:01

Jim, Burstow Edward Scott to Elizabeth Lucken 09/04/1793 Horne Thomas Scott to Amelia Jupp 13/07/1827 John Jupp to Elizabeth Scott of Burstow 29/04/1803 Horley Francis Scott to Mary Wickes 20/04/1808 I have some Jupps in my tree too, one of whom is a William Jupp from Barstow. Crista


Jim Report 28 May 2004 09:02

Good Morning Crista Many thanks for the info and should I now possibly call you (Potential) cousin? That's a turnup for the books isn't it, I would not have dreamt we had a possible link. That after all is the beauty of being a Genie (alogist) you never know what is going to turn up! Anyway, you have once again tied down some more little pieces of my existing jigsaw at the same time you've given me another avenue to explore The JUPPS! I will be in touch if we prove anything. Muchas Gracias (as they say in Somerset) Yours Jim


Dawn Report 28 May 2004 09:55

Gaynor I've just stumbled upon your reply to me. I am sooo glad to have helped you. If you pop 'Shere Museum' into your google search, you will be able to find out more about it, i.e. opening times etc... As I say, parking can be tricky there, so if you do decide to go, I would suggest you go fairly early. Let me know how you get on, won't you?? Kind Regards Sarah.XX