Farnham Papers – Removal Orders (2)

Farnham Papers (3)

Created by Julie Goucher using Wordclouds.com May 2020

  • Elizabeth WINTER Single woman from Frensham – 1 April 1769
  • Sarah STENT, otherwise WICKS, Single women from St Mary’s Reading (Berkshire) – 21 July 1773
  • John BOXALL and Children
    • Daniel aged 8
    • David aged 5
    • George age 2  – all from Frensham, Surrey – 15 July 1775
  • James BRIDGER and Margaret his wife with children
    • Sarah aged 12
    • Elizabeth aged 10
    • Thomas aged 8
    • Jane aged 4
    • Lan aged 10 months  – all to Frensham Surrey – 25 September 1777
  • Ralph HARRIS and Sarah his wife with one child, Edward from Lingfield Surrey – 16 July 1778
  • Thomas BEAGLEY and Elizabeth his wife, as well as their two children, Elizabeth aged 11 and Thomas age 9. To Wield, Southampton – 21 January 1780
  • Robert BAIGENT, Ann his wife and son Robert. From Crondall – 7 November 1780
  • William HARDING to Peperharrow Surrey – 14 November 1780
  • Thomas SMITH and Joanne his wife, to Frensham – 5 April 1781

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, Pharos Tutor, lover of Books, Stationary & History, Surnames, European Ancestors, Butcher & Orlando One-Name Studies, avid note taker and journal writer.
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