Perambulation of Puttenham Parish 1824

This forms part of the Puttenham One-Place Study

Copy of a memorandum deposited in the Parish chest with the Churchwarden accounts.

After public notice having been given in this and the adjoining parishes the bounds of the aforesaid

Parish were walked on the 9th day of April 1824.


    • LONG, Henry Esq
    • AVENELL, William
    • AVENELL, John
    • AVENELL, Richard
    • BUDD, Richard
    • BURCHETT, Thom
    • BURCHETT, Richard
    • BURTON, James
    • CAESAR, Sten, Junr
    • CHALCRAFT, Richard
    • CROUCH, Will
    • ELLIS, George, Srn
    • ELLIS, George, Junr
    • ELLIS, James
    • ELLIS, Fred
    • ELLIS, Wm
    • EADE, James
    • EDWARDS, J
    • FURLONGER, Tho
    • FLUDDER, Richard, Srn
    • FLUDDER, Richard, Junr
    • HASLET, Danl
    • HOLLOWAY, Edward
    • HALE, James
    • KERRY, John
    • KEEN, John
    • MULLARD, John
    • NORVAL, Elij
    • NEALE, Wm
    • SMITH, James
    • SIMMODS, Danl
    • SAUNDERS, Thomas
    • SAUNDERS, Fred
    • SAUNDERS, Robt
    • SMITH, George, Junr
    • SIMMONDS, John
    • SOUTH, James
    • TILBY, Henry
    • WINTER, Wm, Srn
    • WELLS, Thos
    • WOODHAM, Peter

“Fresh ones at Pond Head”

    • BAKER
    • BUDD, Richard, Srn
    • BUDD, George
    • BENNETT, Thomas
    • HARDING, Sam
    • HALE, George
    • KEEN, John, Srn

“Fresh ones at Gatwicke”

    • CAESAR, Stephen, Srn
    • KEEN, Wm
    • KEEN, Jas
    • ROKER, John, Srn
    • ROKER, John, Junr
    • ROKER, Mitchell
    • ROKER, George

Sourced from Charles Kerry Manuscripts Volume 4.
Transcribed as it appears in Charles Kerry’s Manuscript and using his abbreviations. Those in marked in green are my personal ancestors.

About Julie Goucher

Genealogist, Author, Presenter, native Guildfordian, avid note taker and journal writer. Lover of Books, Stationery & History; Surnames, Butcher & Orlando One-Name Studies. Pharos Tutor for all One-Name Studies/surname courses as well as Researching Ancestors from Continental Europe.
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