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Re: Churchills in South Africa - The England link
Posted by: Stephne Churchill (ID *****3395) Date: November 17, 2011 at 15:58:05
In Reply to: Re: Churchills in South Africa - The England link by W. G. Churchill of 3037

Hi Bill

Thanks for the effort :)

I was sent the following on another thread by Sandra. The data seems to fit...

1851 census for Epsom Surrey
Piece 1592 Fol 354 Page 7
Clay Hill
James Street 34 carpenter and joiner born Bethchworth Surrey
Catherine 32 born Dorking Surrey
Ann 11 born Ashstead Surrey
Sarah 9 born Epsom
William 8 born Ashstead
George 6 born Brentford Middlesex
Catherine 4 born Brixton Surrey

Possible marriage reg.
Henry Churchill - Ann Street
St George Southwark 1d 130 Dec.qtr 1857

Henrys father was also Henry Churchill who was also a carpenter,and Anns father was James also a carpenter.
The marriage took place 16.10.1857 and it looke like a Charles Tedman and a Sarah Elizabeth Tedman were the witnesses.

I am definitely interested in having the DNA done, but I've lost the information you sent me some time ago. Would you please be so kind as to e-mail me the info to: stephnchurchill@yahoo.com

Thanks a million.

Stephné


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