Farnham Papers – Removal Orders (1)

Farnham Papers (3)

Created by Julie Goucher using Wordclouds.com May 2020

  • John STOVOLD and wife (unnamed), and four children to Seale Surrey – 29 March 1694/5
  • James SPREADBOROUGH and wife (unnamed) to Dogmersfield, Southampton – 16 January 1700/1 (Dogmersfield is close to the Surrey/Hampshire Border, whilst recorded as Southampton, that is the name by which the County was known, as opposed to Hampshire)
  • John SPREADBOROUGH (aged 8), David SPREADBOROUGH (aged 5) sons of John from Stoke next Guildford – 16 May 1713
  • Sarah WEST, Quaker, to Crondall, Southampton – 1 March 1738/9
  • Mary EARLE (widow), and children:
    • Mary aged 10
    • Sarah aged 7
    • Ann aged 5
    • Thomas aged 2 1/2  all resident in Farnham and taken into care – 27 October 1742
  • Hannah STOVOLL, Single Women, Removal to Ash Surrey – 30 December 1742
  • Henry BAIGENT and Mary his wife, along with two children
    • Henry aged 4
    • George aged 2 – All to be removed to Froil Southampton – 26 November 1757
  • Judith CHITTY, Spinster and single women to Ash Surrey – 30 December 1742
  • Jane HARRIS, aged 5 a bastard of the body of Elizabeth HARRIS, single women, deceased to Crondall Southampton – 24 December 1767
  • William LARBY and Jane his wife from Frimley Surrey – 8 August 1768

Reference Points:

  1. Where the reference states to, that means from Farnham to that parish
  2. Where the reference states from, that means removal from that parish to Farnham.

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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