Alice B Coombes

F, b. 13 August 1904
Reference5126
Last Edited13 Mar 2017
     Alice B Coombes was born on 13 August 1904. She married Sydney George Longhurst, son of Samuel Longhurst and Ursula Lomas, in 1930 in Midhurst, Sussex, England.1 On 29 September 1939 in the National Register Alice was listed as living at Pond House, Kings Road, Guildford, Surrey, England with her husband Sydney. Sydney was a Manager Baker and grocer.2

Family

Sydney George Longhurst b. 4 Jun 1908, d. Nov 1988
Child

Sources

  1. [S3] GRO Indexes 1930/Q3 Midhurst Volume 2b Page 1143.
  2. [S41939] National Register - Find My Past- 29 September 1939 RG101/1949B/006.

Donald S Longhurst

M, b. 8 October 1934
Reference5127
Last Edited13 Mar 2017
     Donald S Longhurst was born on 8 October 1934. He was the son of Sydney George Longhurst and Alice B Coombes. On 29 September 1939 in the National Register Donald S Longhurst was listed as living at Pond House, Kings Road, Guildford, Surrey, England with his parents.1

Sources

  1. [S41939] National Register - Find My Past- 29 September 1939 RG101/1949B/006.

Knightley Trevor Barlow

M, b. 14 July 1923, d. 17 September 2007
Reference5136
Last Edited20 Mar 2018
     Knightley Trevor Barlow was born on 14 July 1923 in Brighton, Sussex, England.1,2 He was the son of Knightley Trevor Barlow and Evelyn Rogers. Trevor was a keen boy scout, an interest he sustained all his life. He was Chairman of Wonersh Scout Troop.3 He married Renée E Braden in 1949 in Surrey, England, They met in Richmond, but settled in Wonersh after their marriage.4,3 Trevor joined Wonersh Cricket Club and was a fast bowler notable for his 'wrong foot' action and played for more than a decade.3 Knightley and Renée started of married life in Richarmond upon Thames and moved in 1958 to Wonersh.5 Trevor was the Wonersh Parish Clerk for over 17 years, he retired in July 2004 and was given a farewell party in the Pavillion on 4 July. Trevor was organiser and treasurer of the very popular Wonersh Village Fete for 17 years. He was also a passionate member of CPRE, Campaign to Protect Rural England.5,6 He died on 17 September 2007 in St Thomas Hospital, Lambeth, London, England, at age 84.1,5 He was buried on 27 September 2007 in Wonersh and Blackheath Cemetery, Wonersh, Surrey, England, after a service in St John the Baptist Church in Wonersh.1,7

Family

Renée E Braden
Children
  • David T Barlow
  • Steven C Barlow
  • Sarah Helen Barlow

Sources

  1. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives Gravestone.
  2. [S3] GRO Indexes 1923/Q3 Brighton Volume 2b Page 298.
  3. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives Bulletin 32 - Autumn 2007.
  4. [S3] GRO Indexes 1949/Q4 Surrey Northern Volume 5g Page 574.
  5. [S5135] E-mails between Renée Barlow and Jan Cooper from 1 Janaury 2014.
  6. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives Parish magazine June 2004.
  7. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives Parish Magasine.

Peter Spilsbury Inskip1

M, b. 12 October 1917, d. 29 August 1999
Reference5140
Last Edited16 Nov 2017
     Peter Spilsbury Inskip was born on 12 October 1917 in Steyning, Sussex, England, his mothers maiden name was Penfold.1,2 The couple met in Brighton, Peter's home town and married after his regiment was evacuated from Dunkirk. He had been a territorial with the Surrey and Sussex Yeomanry, one of the first regiments to go to France after the outbreak of war.1 He married Joan Brogden Norton in 1940 in Brighton, Sussex, England, Peter was an Anglican who became a Roman Catholic after his marriage to Joan.1,3,4 Peter received the MC for his actions at Monte Casino. He was also mentioned in dispatches.1 After the war Peter went to work for a cosmetics company, Yardley.1 Peter and Joan moved to Wonersh with their family in 1954 after the war and lived there for 45 years. Peter was Chairman of the Parish Council, President of Wonersh Sports Club and Chairman of the Trustees of Wonersh United Charities. He had been closely involved with the Guildford Talking Newspaper for the blind, a govenor of Abinger Hammer School, a Samaritan, on the committee of Age Concernand a vice president of the Surrey County Association of Parish and Town Councils.

He had also had a long involvement with the Surrey Voluntary Services Council, serving as its deputy general secretary for 10 years before retiring and moving on to the body's executive committee.1 He died on 29 August 1999 in Mount Alvernia Hospital, Guildford, Surrey, England, at age 81 from cancer which was diagnoses back in May, his usual address was Elmers on Wonersh Common.1,5 The ashes of Peter Spilsbury Inskip was buried on 8 September 1999 in Wonersh and Blackheath Cemetery, Wonersh, Surrey, England, after a service in St Thomas More in Bramley.1,4 Peter and Joan are buried under the same gravestone.6

Family

Joan Brogden Norton b. c 1919, d. 27 Jun 2014
Children
  • Anthony P N Inskip1
  • Elizabeth M Inskip1
  • Nicholas W Inskip1

Sources

  1. [S15] Newspaper article Surrey Advertiser 10 September 1999.
  2. [S3] GRO Indexes 1917/Q3 Steyning Volume 2b Page 21.
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes 1940/Q3 Brighton Volume 2b Page 937.
  4. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives Parish Magasine.
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes August 1999 West Surrey Reg B7B District 7611B Entry 190.
  6. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives Gravestone.

Joan Brogden Norton1

F, b. circa 1919, d. 27 June 2014
Reference5141
Last Edited16 Nov 2017
     Joan Brogden Norton was born circa 1919.2 The couple met in Brighton, Peter's home town and married after his regiment was evacuated from Dunkirk. He had been a territorial with the Surrey and Sussex Yeomanry, one of the first regiments to go to France after the outbreak of war.1 She married Peter Spilsbury Inskip in 1940 in Brighton, Sussex, England, Peter was an Anglican who became a Roman Catholic after his marriage to Joan.1,3,4 Peter and Joan moved to Wonersh with their family in 1954 after the war and lived there for 45 years. Peter was Chairman of the Parish Council, President of Wonersh Sports Club and Chairman of the Trustees of Wonersh United Charities. He had been closely involved with the Guildford Talking Newspaper for the blind, a govenor of Abinger Hammer School, a Samaritan, on the committee of Age Concernand a vice president of the Surrey County Association of Parish and Town Councils.

He had also had a long involvement with the Surrey Voluntary Services Council, serving as its deputy general secretary for 10 years before retiring and moving on to the body's executive committee.1 Her husband Peter died on 29 August 1999 in Mount Alvernia Hospital, Guildford, Surrey, England.1,5 She died on 27 June 2014 in Worplesdon View Care Home, Worplesdon Road, Guildford, Surrey, England.2 She was buried on 18 August 2014 in Wonersh and Blackheath Cemetery, Wonersh, Surrey, England.2,6 Peter and Joan are buried under the same gravestone.2

Family

Peter Spilsbury Inskip b. 12 Oct 1917, d. 29 Aug 1999
Children
  • Anthony P N Inskip1
  • Elizabeth M Inskip1
  • Nicholas W Inskip1

Sources

  1. [S15] Newspaper article Surrey Advertiser 10 September 1999.
  2. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives Gravestone.
  3. [S3] GRO Indexes 1940/Q3 Brighton Volume 2b Page 937.
  4. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives Parish Magasine.
  5. [S3] GRO Indexes August 1999 West Surrey Reg B7B District 7611B Entry 190.
  6. [S1] Wonersh History Society Archives Burial Registers.