Phyllis M Wornham

F
Reference31777
Last Edited30 May 2015
     Phyllis M Wornham married Thomas B Bramble, son of Thomas Edward Bramble and Millicent Ada Beagley, in 1939 in Surrey, England.1

Family

Thomas B Bramble b. 1919

Sources

  1. [S3] GRO Indexes 1939/Q4 Surrey South Western Volume 2a Page 2008.

Michael J McFadden

M
Reference31778
Last Edited28 May 2016
     Michael J McFadden married Ethel May Bramble, daughter of Thomas Edward Bramble and Millicent Ada Beagley, in 1940 in Surrey, England.1

Family

Ethel May Bramble b. 4 Dec 1920, d. 1978

Sources

  1. [S3] GRO Indexes 1940/Q3 Sureey South Western Volume 2a Page 2891.

Arnold Leslie Elliott

M, b. 1922
Reference31779
Last Edited25 Feb 2018
     Arnold Leslie Elliott was baptised on 19 May 1922 in St John the Baptist, Wonersh, Surrey, England, his father was a labourer.1 He was born in 1922 in Wonersh, Surrey, England.2 He was the son of Wilfred Cecil Elliott and Beatrice May Sole. He married Millicent Gladys Bramble, daughter of Thomas Edward Bramble and Millicent Ada Beagley, in 1942 in Surrey, England.3

Family

Millicent Gladys Bramble b. 5 Mar 1923, d. Jan 1988
Children
  • Dianne Rosemary Elliott4
  • Thelma Winifred Elliott4
  • Martin Leslie Elliott
  • Linda C Elliott
  • Isabel A Elliott

Sources

  1. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives Wonersh baptisms.
  2. [S3] GRO Indexes 1922Q2 Hambledon Volume 2a Page 305 - mother Sole.
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes 1942/Q4 Surrey South Western Volume 2a Page 1141.
  4. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives URC Baptismal records.

Edwin Arthur Ede

M, b. circa 1926
Reference31780
Last Edited26 Feb 2018
     Edwin Arthur Ede was born circa 1926. He married Vera Mildred Bramble, daughter of Thomas Edward Bramble and Millicent Ada Beagley, on 12 June 1948 in St John the Baptist, Wonersh, Surrey, England, after the banns had been read. The ceremony was witnessed by Thomas Bramble and Cyril Ede. Edwin was in RAF his father Charles Ede was a painter and decorator. Vera 's father Thomas Edward Bramble was deceased ut had been in the Royal Navy.1,2

Family

Vera Mildred Bramble b. 17 Nov 1925

Sources

  1. [S3] GRO Indexes 1948/Q2 Surrey South Western Volume 5g Page 1933.
  2. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives Marriage Registers.

George Henry Allen

M, d. 27 November 1941
Reference31782
Last Edited2 Apr 2018
     George Henry Allen died on 27 November 1941 Was he Harry Allen Aircraftman 2nd Class with a service number 1274127. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve in106 Squadron?1 G H Allen was listed as one of the bellringers at Wonersh who lost their lives in WW2. He was a member of the Guildford Diocesan Guild.2 George's name appears on the roll of honour in St John the Baptist Church in Wonersh.3 He was maybe buried in Guildford Cemetery, Guildford, Surrey, England, in Block G. Grave 325.1

Sources

  1. [S16] CWGC website.
  2. [S40000] Various websites www.cccbr.org.uk/rolls/ww2/book.
  3. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives.

William George Bishop

M, b. 30 May 1913, d. 11 July 1944
William George Bishop
Reference31783
Last Edited30 Apr 2018
     William George Bishop was born on 30 May 1913 in Guildford, Surrey, England.1 He was the son of David Henry Bishop and Agnes Harrison.2 On 29 September 1939 in the National Register William George Bishop was listed as living at 1 Aston Villas, Wonersh Common, Wonersh, Surrey, England with his parents William was a postman and volunteer for the St Johns Ambulance.3 He died on 11 July 1944 in Normandy, France, at age 31 William first served in the North African Campaign with the Royal West Kents. Upon arriving back from Sicily he was transferred to the 9th Battalion of the Durham Light Infantry. He had been in the Army for four years. He was Private 13048197 and had been scoutmaster of the 1st Wonersh and Bramley Boy Scout Troop since 1936. He was a member of Wonersh Congregation Church and a plaque is placed in the lecturn in the United Reformed Church.2 A special service of remembrance was held in the Wonersh Congregational Church on troop night, conducted by the Chaplain and Acting scoutmaster, who paid tribute to 'skippers' great example of good scouting. A plaque was erected in the scout hut in his memory.4 He was buried in Bayeux War Cemetery, Bayeux, Normandy, France, The Bayeux War Cemetery is the largest Second World War cemetery of Commonwealth soldiers in France, located in Bayeux, Normandy. The cemetery contains 4,648 burials, mostly of the Invasion of Normandy.2 William's name appears on the roll of honour in St John the Baptist Church in Wonersh.

Sources

  1. [S3] GRO Indexes 1913/Q3 Guildford Volume 2a Page 148.
  2. [S16] CWGC website.
  3. [S41939] National Register - 29 September 1939 RG101/1955c/009.
  4. [S40000] Various websites Surrey Advertiser 19 August 1944.

Peter Nesbitt Medd

M, b. 1913, d. 19 August 1944
Peter Nesbitt Medd
Reference31785
Last Edited19 Sep 2018
     Peter Nesbitt Medd was born in 1913 in Epsom, Surrey, England.1 He was the son of Allan Nesbitt Medd and Jane Adele Vaughan Thomas. Allan and Jane and their children Cecily, Allan and Richard were living at The Woodlands, Agales Lane in Ashford in Surrey when young Allan died aged just 7 years.2 Peter was a cadet from 1 September 1930 and was on HMS Rodney a battleship on the Home Front from 6 September. He was promoted a midshipman on 1 May 1931 and to Assistant Sub Lieutenant on 1 September 1933, then Sub Lieutenant on 1 January 1934. He served as 1st Lieutenant on HMS Doon, a fishery protection gunboat trawler. He attended a promotion course on HMS Victory in Portsmouth on 9 April 1934, rising to a Lieutenant on 1 August 1935. He was a pilot in S/R Squadron 822 FAA on HMS Furious, an aircraft carrier in the Reserve Fleet attached to the RAF.3 Peter had been in the Fleet Air Arm for five years and had already established himself as a pilot of courage, judgement and initiative when war broke out. After serving three years on the China Station in HMS Eagle he was appointed in April 1940 a pilot on HMS Warspite a battleship. It was while carrying out reconnaissance work for that famous ship in the Mediterranean off Tobruk that his plane was shot down and after many hours in a rubber dinghy, he and his observer were taken prisoner by the Italians. Medd 7895358 was on the reported missing list was last seen on 12 June 1940.

Peter was taken to an old monastery near Sulmona. As well as constantly planning to escape, which he sporadically succeeded in doing only to suffer the inevitable consequence after recapture of solitary confinement he quickly taught himself the language of the country, an asset which was to stand him in such stead during his escape. His family had it confirmed that he was a Prisoner of War no 16129 and placed in Stalag camp no 344 in Lamsdorf in Germany. He was moved many times between camps and on the moonlit night of 13 September 1943 while being transferred by train he saw his chance and jumped for it. That was about thirty miles north-west of Genoa.3,4,5,6 Peter was promoted on 1 August 1943 to Lt Cdr.and then on 5 January he was Commanding Officer 769 Squadron FAA on HMS Peewit RN Air Station, East Haven in Angus. While he was directing night landings from the ground, a pupil made a 'flat landing', the propeller flew off, hit Peter and broke his leg. He was hospitalised for three weeks. During this time he started to develop from brief notes the story of his escape from the POW camp. He had only completed half of the book when he was declared fit enough to fly again. The book 'The Long Walk Home: an escape through Italy' was published postumously with the help of his good friend Major Frank Simms in 1951. Frank had escaped just before Peter and met up with him on Day seven of their escape. They travelled together for the rest of their forty eight day trek.3 Peter was killed when his Hawker Sea Hurricane Mk XIIA (BW855) flew through the mist crashed into a Northumberland hillside flying from Sealand to RNAS in East Haven on 19 August 1944

He was awarded the M.B.E. for courage, enterprise and devotion to duty. which was presented to his next of kin.7,3,6,8,9 He was buried in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, The grave reference is Compt. D. North Border, Grave 23. and he appears on the roll of honour in St John the Baptist Church in Wonersh with his brother.10,7,3 His estate was probated on 19 October 1945 In Llandudno to Alan Nesbitt Medd a wharfinger. His effects were valued at £2,992 14s 9d.9

Sources

  1. [S3] GRO Indexes 1913/Q3 Epsom Volume 2a Page 50 - mother Thomas.
  2. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Burials, 1813-1987.
  3. [S40000] Various websites www.unithistories.com/officers/RN_officersM3.html.
  4. [S13] The Genealogist Prisoner of War lists.
  5. [S9] Find my past website.
  6. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives The Long walk home by Peter Medd.
  7. [S16] CWGC website.
  8. [S7] Ancestry UK, British Army and Navy Birth, Marriage and Death Records, 1730-1960.
  9. [S7] Ancestry England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966, 1973-1995.
  10. [S40000] Various websites Find a Grave.

Richard George Medd

M, b. 7 April 1918, d. 25 June 1941
Reference31786
Last Edited14 Oct 2018
     Richard George Medd was born on 7 April 1918 in Ashtead, Surrey, England.1,2 He was the son of Allan Nesbitt Medd and Jane Adele Vaughan Thomas. Allan and Jane and their children Cecily, Allan and Richard were living at The Woodlands, Agales Lane in Ashford in Surrey when young Allan died aged just 7 years.3 Richard was educated at Dragon School in Oxford and Rugby School. He became a student at the Institute of Civil Engineers and was employed by Messrs James and Partners, civil engineers, until after war broke out.2 In February 1940 Richard passed from the Officer Cadet Training Unit in March and on receiving his commission joined the Royal Engineers 509 Field Company serving as a Second Lieutenant.2 He died as a result of an accident to a car in which he was travelling on duty on 25 June 1941 in Darlington, Durham, England, at age 23.4,5,2 He was buried in Darlington West Cemetery, Darlington, Durham, England, with full military honours. The grave reference was Sec. W.7H. Grave 366 His name also appears on the roll of honour in St John the Baptist Church in Wonersh.6,2

Sources

  1. [S3] GRO Indexes 1918/Q2 Epsom Volume 2a Page 42.
  2. [S15] Newspaper article Surrey Advertiser 5 July 1941.
  3. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Burials, 1813-1987.
  4. [S3] GRO Indexes 1941/Q3 Darlington Volume 10 Page 3 age 23.
  5. [S16] CWGC website.
  6. [S40000] Various websites Find a Grave.

Allan Nesbitt Medd

M, b. 16 August 1878, d. 15 January 1962
Reference31787
Last Edited4 Aug 2018
     Allan Nesbitt Medd was born on 16 August 1878 in The Rectory, North Cerney, Gloucestershire, England.1,2 He was the son of Peter Goldsmith Medd and Louisa Nesbitt. He was baptised on 15 September 1878 in North Cerney, Gloucestershire, England, his father was a clerk in holy orders and the family lived in The Rectory in North Cerney.3 He was the son of Peter Goldsmith Medd and Louisa Medd in the 1881 census in The Rectory, North Cerney, Gloucestershire, England.4 He was the son of Peter Goldsmith Medd and Louisa Medd in the 1891 census in The Rectory, North Cerney, Gloucestershire, England.5 He received the probate of the estate of Peter Goldsmith Medd on 27 August 1908.6 In 1910 and 1911 Allan was lodging in 22 Upper George Street in Hampstead. This was furnished accommodation, two rooms on second and third floor, he was paying 30 shillings per week.7 He married Jane Adele Vaughan Thomas in 1911 in Barnet, Hertfordshire, England.8 He was listed as head of household in the 1911 census in Inglenook, Skinners Lane, Ashtead, Surrey, England. Allan was a Public Wharfinger of hides and skins living with his wife, servant and a visitor young Arthur Potter aged 10 years. They appeared to stay at this address until at least 1914. Wharfinger was a term for a person who was the keeper or owner of a wharf. The wharfinger takes custody of and is responsible for goods delivered to the wharf, typically has an office on the wharf or dock, and was responsible for day-to-day activities including slipways, keeping tide tables and resolving disputes.9 He received the probate of the estate of Walter Hardy Nesbitt on 27 March 1913.6 Alllan was working in 1914 at St Olave's Wharf in Pickle Herring Streetin Rotherhithe. His usual address was Inglenook in Ashtead.10 Allan and Jane and their children Cecily, Allan and Richard were living at The Woodlands, Agales Lane in Ashford in Surrey when young Allan died aged just 7 years.11 Allan and Jane were listed as living in Four Gables, The Street, Wonersh from 1927 certainly until Jane's death in 1946. Allan moved to Bromyard to be near his daughter in 1952.7 He received the probate of the estate of Louisa Medd on 10 October 1928.6 On 29 September 1939 in the National Register Allan was listed as living at Four Gables, The Street, Wonersh, Surrey, England with his wife Jane. Allan was listed as working as a Public Wharfinger Manager and was a Special Constable, Section Leader in A Division. Jane like many women was listed as unpaid domestic duties.2 He received the probate of the estate of Peter Nesbitt Medd on 19 October 1945.12 His wife Jane died on 24 October 1946 in Four Gables, The Street, Wonersh, Surrey, England.6,13 He received the probate of the estate of Jane Adele Vaughan Medd on 19 March 1948.6 Around 1952 Allan moved to Bromyard to be near his daughter Cecily. Percy and Beatrice moved into his old house called Four Gables and renamed it Medd House in honour of Allan's two ssons who died in WW2.14 He died on 15 January 1962 in Bromyard Hospital, Linton, Cambridgeshire, England, at age 83 his usual address was Delamere House, Tedstone, Delamere, near Bromyard in Herefordshire.15,11,6 He's ashes were buried on 19 January 1962 in Wonersh and Blackheath Cemetery, Wonersh, Surrey, England, in plot 997 following a service in St John the Baptist in Wonersh.11 His estate was probated on 27 April 1962 in London to Cicely King Lewis a widow, his daughter, and his brothers Edward Nesbitt Medd a retired Solictor and Robert Tate Medd a retired engineer. His effects were valued at £7,659 14s 6d.6

Family

Jane Adele Vaughan Thomas b. 27 Dec 1892, d. 24 Oct 1946
Children

Sources

  1. [S3] GRO Indexes 1878/Q4 Cirencester Volume 6a Page 379.
  2. [S41939] National Register - 29 September 1939 RG101/1955c/003.
  3. [S7] Ancestry Gloucestershire, England, Church of England Baptisms, 1813-1913.
  4. [S41881] UK Census 1881 (RG11) - 3 April 1881 RG11 Piece 2553 Folio 80 Page 1.
  5. [S41891] UK Census 1891 (RG12) - 5 April 1891 RG12 Piece 2031 Folio 68 Pages 1 and 2.
  6. [S7] Ancestry England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966.
  7. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1945.
  8. [S3] GRO Indexes 1911/Q1 Barnet Volume 3a Page 453.
  9. [S41911] UK Census 1911 (RG14) - 2 April 1911 RG14PN2950 RG78PN102 RD31 SD2 ED3 SN106.
  10. [S7] Ancestry London, England, Electoral Registers, 1832-1965.
  11. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Burials, 1813-1987.
  12. [S7] Ancestry England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966, 1973-1995.
  13. [S3] GRO Indexes 1946/Q4 Surrey South Western Volume 5g Page 833 age 63.
  14. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives Electoral rolls.
  15. [S3] GRO Indexes 1962/Q1 Bromyard Volume 9a Page 2 age 83.

Charles Frederick Edward Pullen

M, b. 13 April 1920, d. 25 November 1941
Reference31788
Last Edited1 Sep 2018
     Charles Frederick Edward Pullen was born on 13 April 1920 in Cranleigh, Surrey, England.1 He was the son of William Ernest Pullen and Harriett May Ffoulkes. On 29 September 1939 in the National Register Charles Frederick Edward Pullen was listed as living at 18 Lawnsmead, Wonersh, Surrey, England with his mother Jane was performing general household duties.2 He died on 25 November 1941 at age 21 Able Seaman P/SSX 32151 Charles was in the Royal Navy on board H.M.S. Barham. A salvo of torpedoes from a German submarine struck from close range on HMS Barham in the Mediterranean. Within four minutes, the battleship had listed over to Port and the ships magazines had exploded, sinking the battleship and killing 863 men. Charles is commemorated on Portsmouth Naval Memorial Panel 49, Column 1.3,4,5

Sources

  1. [S3] GRO Indexes 1920/Q1 Hambledon Volume 2a Page 385 - mother Foulkes.
  2. [S41939] National Register - 29 September 1939 RG101/1955C/017.
  3. [S16] CWGC website.
  4. [S7] Ancestry Find a grave.
  5. [S7] Ancestry UK, British Army and Navy Birth, Marriage and Death Records, 1730-1960.

Donald Walter Tagg

M, b. 28 February 1917, d. 30 July 1943
Donald Tagg
ChartsAttfield Family
Chitty Family
Reference31789
Last Edited10 Nov 2018
     Donald Walter Tagg was born on 28 February 1917 in Ocala, Florida, USA.1,2 He was the son of Walter Thomas Tagg and Olive Kate Attfield. Donald was a very good musician and played the accordion.3 Donald and Charles lived in 1938. Having lost both parents they were very close in Florida, Stoke Road, Guildford, Surrey, England.4 He married Eleanor Winifred Chitty, daughter of Charles Chitty and Edith Mary Rice, in 1938 in Surrey, England.5 On 29 September 1939 in the National Register Donald was listed as living at Ocala, New Road, Wonersh, Surrey, England with his wife Eleanor. Donald was a bakers van driver his wife Eleanor was a Bookeeper (Grocer). I understand Donald bought Ocala in New Road for £350.6,3 Donald enlisted into Queen´s Royal West Surrey on 15 March 1940 as a Gunner. He later transferred to be a Gunner 6094981 in the Royal Artillery 135 (The Hertfordshire Yeomanry) Field Regiment the same Regiment as his brother.7 Donald was initially reported as missing He had been captured by the Japanese on 15 February 1942 with his brother Charles Floyd Tagg, they were interred in Malai camp in Thailand. Donald's wife Eleanor it seems was not informed until 7 January 1943. She was relieved to have news and judging by the way the POWs were treated in Wonersh she thought he would be safe.3 Two postcards received from Donald while he was a POW.3 He died on 30 July 1943 from malnutrition.8,4,9 He was buried in Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Kanchanaburi, Thailand, with grave reference 8. G. 43 and number 167.9 Donald is remembered in St Saviours in Guildford, he sang in the choir there prior to enlisting. He is also on the plaque in St John the Baptist church in Wonersh.3 His estate was probated on 28 October 1947 in London to his brother Charles Floyd Tagg. His effects were valued at £737 15s 8d.4

Family

Eleanor Winifred Chitty b. 3 May 1914, d. 8 Sep 2012
Child
  • Brian Donald Tagg

Sources

  1. [S7] Ancestry UK, Army Roll of Honour, 1939-1945.
  2. [S5] Based on educated guess - based on either census or GRO records.
  3. [S32025] E-mails between Gillian Goodchild née Thompson and Jan Cooper from July 2015.
  4. [S7] Ancestry England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966.
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes 1938/Q4 Surrey South Western Volume 2a Page 987.
  6. [S41939] National Register - 29 September 1939 RG101/1955C/025.
  7. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Regimental Rolls, 1914-1947.
  8. [S40000] Various websites Forces war records.
  9. [S16] CWGC website Find a Grave.

Walter Eric Enticknap

M, b. 26 June 1906, d. 16 October 1990
Walter Eric Enticknap
Reference31790
Last Edited11 Jun 2018
     Walter Eric Enticknap was born on 26 June 1906 in Guildford, Surrey, England.1,2 He was the son of Edward Tidy Enticknap and Emma Mary James. He was the son of Edward Tidy Enticknap and Emma Mary Enticknap in the 1911 census in Bell Fields, Guildford, Surrey, England.3 Walter was a chorister at St Nicolas Church in Guildford and learned to love bell ringing. His first peal was a three hour stint at the age of 16 in 1922.4 He married Elsie Ermyntrude Hammond, daughter of Benjamin Thomas Hammond and Gertrude Mary Bond Murton, on 20 May 1929 in St John the Baptist, Wonersh, Surrey, England, after the banns had been read. The ceremony was witnessed by Benjamin Thomas Hammond and Edward James Enticknap. Walter gave his address as 3 Sparkes Row, Park Street in Guildford. His father Edward was a Gardener. Elsie lived in Wonersh and her father Benjamin Thomas Hammond was also a Gardener.5,6 After Walter and Elsie moved to Wonersh. Walter joined St John the Baptist church as a chorister, bellringer, church warden and member of the Parochial Church Council. He also helped at Shalford Church. He belonged to the village gardening and bowls clubs, winning the Haslam Challenge Cup for bowling for the club for two years in the 1930s.4 Walter and Elsie are recorded as living in Great Tangley Cottage in Wonersh on the electoral lists of 1930-1937.7 During the war Walter was exempted from military service because of the importance of his job, as a bus driver, and instead became a Sergeant in the Home Guard.4 On 29 September 1939 in the National Register Walter Eric Enticknap was listed as living at Head Gardeners Cottage, Great Tangley Manor, Wonersh, Surrey, England with his parents in law.8 His wife Elsie died on 24 March 1987 in Surrey, England.9,10 Walter rang a quarter peal to mark his 84th birthday in St John the Baptist, Wonersh.4 He died on 16 October 1990 in Surrey, England, at age 84.11,4 His body was cremated in Guildford Crematorium, Godalming, Surrey, England, after a funeral service in St John the Baptist Church in Wonersh.12 The ashes of Elsie and Walter are buried in St John the Baptist graveyard.10 In the Wonersh Parish Magazine was recorded that the dedication to the memorial plaque to Walter took place at a service in St John the Baptist Church on 12 April 1992 at 11:30am. Also thanks were given to the improvements to the bell tower.13

Family

Elsie Ermyntrude Hammond b. 7 Jan 1909, d. 24 Mar 1987
Child
  • Gay Douglas Enticknap

Sources

  1. [S3] GRO Indexes 1906/Q3 Guildford Volume 2a Page 103.
  2. [S5] Based on educated guess - based on either census or GRO records.
  3. [S4] Census Records RG14PN3080 RG78PN110 RD33 SD4 ED14 SN56.
  4. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives Newpaper article.
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes 1929/Q2 Hambledon Volume 2a Page 423.
  6. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Marriages, 1754-1937.
  7. [S7] Ancestry England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth Index, 1837-1915.
  8. [S41939] National Register - 29 September 1939 RG101/1955c/010 and RG101/1955c/012.
  9. [S3] GRO Indexes 1987/Q1 Surrey South Western Volume 17 Page 1380 age 78.
  10. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives.
  11. [S3] GRO Indexes October 1990 Surrey South Western Volume 17 Page 1190 age 84.
  12. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Burials, 1813-1987.
  13. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives Parish Magasine April 1992.

Elsie Ermyntrude Hammond

F, b. 7 January 1909, d. 24 March 1987
Elsie Ermyntrude Hammond
Reference31791
Last Edited11 Jun 2018
     Elsie Ermyntrude Hammond was born on 7 January 1909 in Wonersh, Surrey, England.1 She was the daughter of Benjamin Thomas Hammond and Gertrude Mary Bond Murton. She was baptised on 14 March 1909 in St John the Baptist, Wonersh, Surrey, England.2 She was listed as the grandaughter of Esther Jane Murton in the 1911 census in 2 Diamond Cottages, Barnett Lane, Wonersh, Surrey, England.3 She witnessed the marriage of Hilda Mary Mercer and Thomas William Hammond on 6 June 1927 in St John the Baptist, Wonersh, Surrey, England.4 She married Walter Eric Enticknap, son of Edward Tidy Enticknap and Emma Mary James, on 20 May 1929 in St John the Baptist, Wonersh, Surrey, England, after the banns had been read. The ceremony was witnessed by Benjamin Thomas Hammond and Edward James Enticknap. Walter gave his address as 3 Sparkes Row, Park Street in Guildford. His father Edward was a Gardener. Elsie lived in Wonersh and her father Benjamin Thomas Hammond was also a Gardener.5,6 After Walter and Elsie moved to Wonersh. Walter joined St John the Baptist church as a chorister, bellringer, church warden and member of the Parochial Church Council. He also helped at Shalford Church. He belonged to the village gardening and bowls clubs, winning the Haslam Challenge Cup for bowling for the club for two years in the 1930s.7 Walter and Elsie are recorded as living in Great Tangley Cottage in Wonersh on the electoral lists of 1930-1937.8 On 29 September 1939 in the National Register Elsie Ermyntrude Enticknap was listed as living at Head Gardeners Cottage, Great Tangley Manor, Wonersh, Surrey, England with her parents and husband.9 She died on 24 March 1987 in Surrey, England, at age 78.10,11 Her body was cremated in April 1987 in Guildford Crematorium, Godalming, Surrey, England, after a funeral service in St John the Baptist Church in Wonersh.12 The ashes of Elsie and Walter are buried in St John the Baptist graveyard.11

Family

Walter Eric Enticknap b. 26 Jun 1906, d. 16 Oct 1990
Child
  • Gay Douglas Enticknap

Sources

  1. [S3] GRO Indexes 1909/Q1 Hambledon Volume 2a Page 172.
  2. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Baptisms, 1813-1912.
  3. [S41911] UK Census 1911 (RG14) - 2 April 1911 RG14PN3169 RG78PN117 RD35 SD2 ED13 SN67.
  4. [S7] Ancestry England & Wales, Marriage Index, 1916-2005.
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes 1929/Q2 Hambledon Volume 2a Page 423.
  6. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Marriages, 1754-1937.
  7. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives Newpaper article.
  8. [S7] Ancestry England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth Index, 1837-1915.
  9. [S41939] National Register - 29 September 1939 RG101/1955c/010 and RG101/1955c/012.
  10. [S3] GRO Indexes 1987/Q1 Surrey South Western Volume 17 Page 1380 age 78.
  11. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives.
  12. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Burials, 1813-1987.

Edward Tidy Enticknap

M, b. 1869, d. 1951
Reference31792
Last Edited9 Jun 2018
     Edward Tidy Enticknap was born in 1869 in Guildford, Surrey, England.1,2 He was the son of Charlotte Hackman.1 He was a step son of George Tidy and Charlotte Tidy in the 1871 census in Park Street, Guildford, Surrey, England.3 He was the son of George Tidy and Charlotte Tidy in the 1881 census in 3 Sparkes Row, Park Street, Guildford, Surrey, England.4 He was the son of Charlotte Tidy in the 1891 census in 3 Sparkes Row, Park Street, Guildford, Surrey, England. Edward was an agent for wool merchant.5 He married Emma Mary James in 1899 in Guildford, Surrey, England.6 He was listed as head of household in the 1901 census in 3 Sparkes Row, Park Street, Guildford, Surrey, England. Edward was a postman living with his wife, son, mother and sister.7 He was listed as head of household in the 1911 census in Bell Fields, Guildford, Surrey, England. Edward was a Borough Council Labourer living with his wife and children in their three roomed home.8 His wife Emma died in 1937 in Surrey, England.9 He died in 1951 in Surrey, England.10

Family

Emma Mary James b. c 1871, d. 1937
Children

Sources

  1. [S5] Based on educated guess - based on either census or GRO records.
  2. [S3] GRO Indexes 1869/Q4 Guildford Volume 2a Page 67.
  3. [S41871] UK Census 1871 (RG10) - 2 April 1871 RG10 Piece 813 Folio 74 Page 48.
  4. [S41881] UK Census 1881 (RG11) - 3 April 1881 RG11 Piece 778 Folio 39 Page 14.
  5. [S41891] UK Census 1891 (RG12) - 5 April 1891 RG12 Piece 560 Folio 102 Page 10.
  6. [S3] GRO Indexes 1899/Q4 Guildford Volume 2a Page 185.
  7. [S41901] UK Census 1901 (RG13) - 31 March 1901 RG13 Piece 605 Folio 9 Page 9.
  8. [S4] Census Records RG14PN3080 RG78PN110 RD33 SD4 ED14 SN56.
  9. [S3] GRO Indexes 1937/Q4 Surrey South Western Volume 2a Page 507 age 67.
  10. [S3] GRO Indexes 1951/Q3 Surrey South Western Volume 5g Page 619 age 81.

Gertrude Mary Bond Murton

F, b. 8 March 1882, d. 1968
Gertrude Mary Bond Hammond née Murton
Reference31793
Last Edited12 Jun 2018
     Gertrude Mary Bond Murton was born on 8 March 1882 in Haddiscoe, Norfolk, England.1 She was the daughter of William Murton and Esther Jane Soanes.2 She was the daughter of William Murton and Esther Jane Soanes in the 1891 census 9 Lawnsmead, Wonersh, Surrey, England.3 She appeared in the 1901 census in Dower House, Wonersh, Surrey, England. She was the house parlour maid.4 She married Benjamin Thomas Hammond, son of Thomas Hammond and Elizabeth Walker, on 27 June 1901 in St John the Baptist, Wonersh, Surrey, England, after the banns had been read. The ceremony was witnessed by Philip Longhurst and Harry W Bond. Benjamin was a Gardener and his father Thomas a labourer, Gertrude's father William was deceased.5,6 She was the daughter of Esther Jane Murton in the 1911 census in 2 Diamond Cottages, Barnett Lane, Wonersh, Surrey, England.7 On 29 September 1939 in the National Register Gertrude was listed as living at Head Gardeners Cottage, Great Tangley Manor, Wonersh, Surrey, England with her husband Benjamin. Benjamin was the head gardener |Walter was a Public Service Vehicle Driver.8 Her husband Benjamin died in 1959 in Redlands, Poplar Road, Shalford, Surrey, England.9 She died in 1968 in Ockleigh, Wonersh, Surrey, England.10 She was buried on 10 May 1968 in Wonersh and Blackheath Cemetery, Wonersh, Surrey, England, in plot 208 after a service in St John the Baptist in Wonersh.11

Family

Benjamin Thomas Hammond b. 23 Feb 1879, d. 1959
Children

Sources

  1. [S3] GRO Indexes 1882/Q1 Loddon Volume 4b Page 228 - mother Soanes.
  2. [S5] Based on educated guess - based on either census or GRO records.
  3. [S41891] UK Census 1891 (RG12) - 5 April 1891 RG12 Piece 573 Folio 82 Page 13.
  4. [S41901] UK Census 1901 (RG13) - 31 March 1901 RG13 Piece Folio 68 Page 6.
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes 1901/Q2 Hambledon Volume 2a Page 324.
  6. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Marriages, 1754-1937.
  7. [S41911] UK Census 1911 (RG14) - 2 April 1911 RG14PN3169 RG78PN117 RD35 SD2 ED13 SN67.
  8. [S41939] National Register - 29 September 1939 RG101/1955c/010 and RG101/1955c/012.
  9. [S3] GRO Indexes 1959/Q4 Surrey South Western Volume 5g Page 889 age 80.
  10. [S3] GRO Indexes 1968/Q2 Surrey South Western Volume 5g Page 390 age 86.
  11. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Burials, 1813-1987.

Geoffrey Philip Hammond

M, b. 4 December 1904, d. 1967
Geoffrey Philip Hammond
Reference31794
Last Edited11 Jun 2018
     Geoffrey Philip Hammond was born on 16 October 1904 in Wonersh, Surrey, England.1,2 He was baptised on 4 December 1904 in St John the Baptist, Wonersh, Surrey, England.3 He was the son of Benjamin Thomas Hammond and Gertrude Mary Bond Murton. He was the grandson of Esther Jane Murton in the 1911 census in 2 Diamond Cottages, Barnett Lane, Wonersh, Surrey, England.4 He witnessed the marriage of Hilda Mary Mercer and Thomas William Hammond on 6 June 1927 in St John the Baptist, Wonersh, Surrey, England.5 He married Ada Florence Kimber, daughter of George Stephen Kimber and Annie Chewter, on 8 April 1928 in St John the Baptist, Wonersh, Surrey, England, after the banns had been read. The ceremony was witnessed by Charles Henry Chewter and Thomas William Hammond. Geoffrey was an omnibus driver and his father Benjamin a gardener. Ada's father George Stephen Kimber was a farmer and deceased.6 On 29 September 1939 in the National Register Geoffrey was listed as living at Lane End, Blackheath Lane, Wonersh, Surrey, England with his wife Ada. Geoffrey was a bus driver living with his wife and son. He was a member of A F S.7 He died in 1967 in Surrey, England.8

Family

Ada Florence Kimber b. 15 Oct 1893, d. 1973
Child

Sources

  1. [S5] Based on educated guess - based on either census or GRO records.
  2. [S3] GRO Indexes 1904/Q4 Hambledon Volume 2a Page 174.
  3. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Baptisms, 1813-1912.
  4. [S41911] UK Census 1911 (RG14) - 2 April 1911 RG14PN3169 RG78PN117 RD35 SD2 ED13 SN67.
  5. [S7] Ancestry England & Wales, Marriage Index, 1916-2005.
  6. [S3] GRO Indexes 1928/Q2 Hambledon Volume 2a Page 419.
  7. [S41939] National Register - 29 September 1939 RG101/1955c/013.
  8. [S3] GRO Indexes 1967/Q3 Surrey South Western Volume 5g Page 362 age 62.

Thomas William Hammond

M, b. 1 June 1902
Thomas William Hammond
ChartsPorter family
Reference31795
Last Edited11 Jun 2018
     Thomas William Hammond was baptised on 1 June 1902 in St John the Baptist, Wonersh, Surrey, England.1 He was the son of Benjamin Thomas Hammond and Gertrude Mary Bond Murton. He was the grandson of Esther Jane Murton in the 1911 census in 2 Diamond Cottages, Barnett Lane, Wonersh, Surrey, England.2 He married Hilda Mary Mercer, daughter of Joseph Edwin Mercer and Eliza Elizabeth Oliver, on 6 June 1927 in St John the Baptist, Wonersh, Surrey, England, after the banns had been read. The ceremony was witnessed by Elsie Hammond and Geoffrey Philip Hammond. Thomas was a bus driver and his father Benjamin Thomas Hammond was a gardener. Hilda's father Joseph Edwin Mercer was a labourer. Both Thomas and Hilda came from Wonersh.3

Family

Hilda Mary Mercer b. 1901

Sources

  1. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Baptisms, 1813-1912.
  2. [S41911] UK Census 1911 (RG14) - 2 April 1911 RG14PN3169 RG78PN117 RD35 SD2 ED13 SN67.
  3. [S7] Ancestry England & Wales, Marriage Index, 1916-2005.

Emma Mary James

F, b. circa 1871, d. 1937
Reference31796
Last Edited9 Jun 2018
     Emma Mary James was born circa 1871 in Worplesdon, Surrey, England.1 She married Edward Tidy Enticknap, son of Charlotte Hackman, in 1899 in Guildford, Surrey, England.2 She was the wife of Edward Tidy Enticknap in the 1901 census in 3 Sparkes Row, Park Street, Guildford, Surrey, England. Edward was a postman living with his wife, son, mother and sister.3 She was the wife of Edward Tidy Enticknap in the 1911 census in Bell Fields, Guildford, Surrey, England. Edward was a Borough Council Labourer living with his wife and children in their three roomed home.4 She died in 1937 in Surrey, England.5

Family

Edward Tidy Enticknap b. 1869, d. 1951
Children

Sources

  1. [S5] Based on educated guess - based on either census or GRO records.
  2. [S3] GRO Indexes 1899/Q4 Guildford Volume 2a Page 185.
  3. [S41901] UK Census 1901 (RG13) - 31 March 1901 RG13 Piece 605 Folio 9 Page 9.
  4. [S4] Census Records RG14PN3080 RG78PN110 RD33 SD4 ED14 SN56.
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes 1937/Q4 Surrey South Western Volume 2a Page 507 age 67.

Gilbert John Enticknap1

M, b. 23 August 1901, d. 1963
Reference31797
Last Edited31 May 2015
     Gilbert John Enticknap was born on 23 August 1901 in Guildford, Surrey, England.1,2,3 He was the son of Edward Tidy Enticknap and Emma Mary James.1 He was baptised on 15 September 1901 in St Nicolas, Guildford, Surrey, England, his father was a postman and the family lived in 3 Sparks Place, Park Street in Guildford.3 He was the son of Edward Tidy Enticknap and Emma Mary Enticknap in the 1911 census in Bell Fields, Guildford, Surrey, England.4 He died in 1963 in Hastings, Sussex, England.5

Sources

  1. [S5] Based on educated guess - based on either census or GRO records.
  2. [S3] GRO Indexes 1901/Q4 Guildford Volume 2a Page 87.
  3. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Baptisms, 1813-1912.
  4. [S4] Census Records RG14PN3080 RG78PN110 RD33 SD4 ED14 SN56.
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes 1963/Q3 Hastings Volume 5h Page 338 age 61.

George Henry Enticknap1

M, b. 26 April 1905, d. October 1986
Reference31798
Last Edited31 May 2015
     George Henry Enticknap was born on 26 April 1905 in Guildford, Surrey, England.1,2 He was the son of Edward Tidy Enticknap and Emma Mary James.1 He was the son of Edward Tidy Enticknap and Emma Mary Enticknap in the 1911 census in Bell Fields, Guildford, Surrey, England.3 He died in October 1986 in Surrey, England, at age 81.4

Sources

  1. [S5] Based on educated guess - based on either census or GRO records.
  2. [S3] GRO Indexes 1905/Q2 Guildford Volume 2a Page 105.
  3. [S4] Census Records RG14PN3080 RG78PN110 RD33 SD4 ED14 SN56.
  4. [S3] GRO Indexes October 1986 Surrey South Western Volume 17 Page 1258 age 81.

Eunice Kathleen Enticknap1

F, b. 20 December 1907, d. 1989
Reference31799
Last Edited31 May 2015
     Eunice Kathleen Enticknap was born on 20 December 1907 in Guildford, Surrey, England.1,2 She was the daughter of Edward Tidy Enticknap and Emma Mary James.1 She was baptised on 2 February 1908 in St Nicolas, Guildford, Surrey, England, her father was a labourer and the family lived in Belllfields.3 She was the daughter of Edward Tidy Enticknap and Emma Mary Enticknap in the 1911 census in Bell Fields, Guildford, Surrey, England.4 She married Henry Allen Taylor on 25 January 1930 in St Nicolas, Guildford, Surrey, England, after the banns had been read. The eremony was witnessed by John Cootes and Frances Ada Enticknap. Henry was a soldier in 78/11 Field Brigade R A Waterloo Barracks in Aldershot. His father was a joiner called Jeremiah Talor. Eunice was described as being home duties and she lived in 3 Sparkes Terrace Park Street, her father was a Gardener.5,6 She died in 1989 in Surrey, England.7

Sources

  1. [S5] Based on educated guess - based on either census or GRO records.
  2. [S3] GRO Indexes 1908/Q1 Guildford Volume 2a Page 105.
  3. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Baptisms, 1813-1912.
  4. [S4] Census Records RG14PN3080 RG78PN110 RD33 SD4 ED14 SN56.
  5. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Marriages, 1754-1937.
  6. [S3] GRO Indexes 1930/Q1 Guildford Volume 2a Page 149.
  7. [S3] GRO Indexes 1989/Q3 Surrey South Western Volume 17 Page 1173.

Frank Elwin Enticknap

M, b. 1902, d. 1906
Reference31800
Last Edited31 May 2015
     Frank Elwin Enticknap was born in 1902 in Guildford, Surrey, England.1 He was the son of Edward Tidy Enticknap and Emma Mary James. He was baptised on 30 November 1902 in St Nicolas, Guildford, Surrey, England, his father was a postman and the family lived in 3 Sparks Place, Park Street in Guildford.2 He died in 1906 in Guildford, Surrey, England.3 He was buried on 15 December 1906 in St Nicolas, Guildford, Surrey, England, the family lived in 2 Sparks Row,
Park Street in Guildford.4

Sources

  1. [S3] GRO Indexes 1902/Q4 Guildford Volume 2a Page 90.
  2. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Baptisms, 1813-1912.
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes 1906/Q4 Guildford Volume 2a Page 80 age 4.
  4. [S7] Ancestry Surrey, England, Burials, 1813-1987.