Farnham Papers – Removal Orders (3)

Farnham Papers (3)

Created by Julie Goucher using Wordclouds.com May 2020

  • Ann CROOK wife of Thomas in the Surrey Militia from Sutton, Surrey – 5 September 1781
  • William LARBY and wife Jane with their five children
    • George aged 15
    • James aged 14
    • John aged 11
    • David aged 8
    • Job aged 4 – all to be removed from Aldershot Southampton (Hampshire) – 9 September 1783
  • Elizabeth GREEN wife of David – “wandering to and fro and lodging in the open air” with children, Richard and Catherine – From Aylesbury Buckinghamshire – 25 October 1783
  • Henry BEAGLEY and Ann his wife to Seale Surrey – 26 January 1786
  • Elizabeth BEAGLEY single woman to Selbourne Southampton (Hampshire) – 14 November 1789
  • Ann BAIGENT, Single Woman aged 23 years from St Clement Danes (London) – 30 July 1790
  • George STOCK and Mary his wife from Selbourne Southampton (Hampshire) – 22 September 1791

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, Stationary & History; Surnames, European Ancestors, Butcher & Orlando One-Name Studies, Pharos Tutor for all One-Name Studies and surname courses.
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