1 edition of parish registers of Abinger, Wotton and Oakwood Chapel, Co. Surrey. found in the catalog.
parish registers of Abinger, Wotton and Oakwood Chapel, Co. Surrey.
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Abinger is a large, well-wooded and mostly rural civil parish that lies between the settlements of Dorking, Shere and Ewhurst in the district of Mole Valley, Surrey, England. It adjoins Wotton Common on the same side of Leith Hill and includes Abinger Hammer, Sutton Abinger, Abinger Common, Forest Green, Walliswood, Oakwood Hill and some It turned out that Oakwood was in the midst of a tiny population boom during the s. The chapel register for the years record a yearly rate of 16 baptisms but only 5 burials (Stapleton ; Surrey Record Society ). The Cambridge math major may have computed that at the current rate, local population would quickly ://
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Oakwood or Okewood, an ecclesiastical parish formed out of part of the parishes of Abinger, Wotton, and Ockley, Surrey, adjacent to Sussex, 3 miles from Ockley station on the L.B. & S.C.R., and 8½ SSW of Dorking.
It was constituted inand its post town is Ockley, under Dorking. Population, ?pageid= Additional Physical Format: Online version: Abinger, Eng. (Parish). Parish registers of Abinger, Wotton, and Oakwood chapel, co. Surrey. London, Printed by Mitchell The Parish Registers of Abinger, Wotton, and Oakwood Chapel, Co.
Surrey, Volume 9, Issue 25 Abinger, Eng. (Parish) Mitchell, Hughes & Clarke, - Abinger (England) - pages The Parish Registers of Abinger, Wotton, and Oakwood Chapel, Co. Surrey and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at :// /parish-registers-abinger-wotton-oakwood-chapel-co-surrey.
The Abinger Parish burial registers for were published as The Parish Registers of Abinger, Wotton, and Oakwood Chapel, Co.
Surrey (Mitchell Hughes & Clarke, London, ), a scan is shown here. Scan of published burial register .PDF) Notes to the Registers. The registers from are Parish History [edit | edit source]. WOTTON (St.
John the Evangelist), a parish, in the union of Dorking, First division of the hundred of Wotton, W. division of Surrey, 3 miles (W.
W.) from Dorking, containing, the chapelry of Oakwood. Resources [edit | edit source] Civil Registration [edit | edit source]. Birth, marriages and deaths were kept by the government, from July to the ,_Surrey. The Parish Registers of Abinger, Wotton, and Oakwood Chapel, co. Surrey, Surrey Record Society, 9 () Jenkinson, H.
ed., Surrey Apprenticeships from the registers in the Public Record Office,Surrey Record Society, 10 () Surrey Taxation Returns. Fifteenths and tenths.
Being the assessment and subsequent assessments to ↑Lewis, Samuel A., A Topographical Dictionary of England () Date accessed: 24 September ↑ Pallot's Marriage and Birth Indexes, Guide to Parishes (n.p.: n.p., n.d.). FHL British Book V25pm ↑ 'Surrey Marriage Index - Parishes in the index,' British Origins, accessed 18 September ↑ 'Boyd's Marriage Index - Parish details by county,' (WayBack Machine ,_Surrey.
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The church was badly damaged by a flying bomb in The village has never been of any size and is perhaps best known for the Clock House of The clock placed in the turret was erected at the expense of the local inhabitants with a major proportion of the cost borne by Sir Thomas Farrer, who had been Permanent Secretary at the Board of Trade from to The best authorities are very uncertain on the origin of the Parish.
One thing we know, that it depended broadly upon the Church, and when Christianity came to these islands years ago, the Parish and the Parson or chief person of the Parish were :// Oakwood Chapel was built around as a ‘Chapel of Ease’ to the Wotten Parish Church for ‘ye inhabitants or out boarders of ye parysshes of Wotton, Okly, Abinger, Rydgewyke, Warnham and Ewhurst in ye county of Surrey and Sussex.
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Surrey, ed. Margaret Eleanor Malden (Surrey Record Soc. 9, ). Again, this consists of standard register entries for three more parishes: pp66, 68 (twice), 72,Epsom and Ewell residents appear being married ; and, pp,being buried ; pp, poor ?p= Abinger – Hassell Images.
The images below are part of a collection of Hassell watercolours held at the Surrey History Centre. High quality copies of these and other images from the collection are available for purchase from Surrey History Centre.
Find out more details on the Surrey History Centre :// Stöbern Sie in den Sammlungen von London & the South East: Bücher auf :// Wodeton (xv cent.); Wodyngton, Wootton, and Wotton (xvi cent.
and onwards). Wotton parish is bounded on the north by Effingham and Little Bookham, on the east by Dorking, Capel, and Ockley, on the south and west by Abinger. It formerly had a detached portion on the Sussex border, now attached to Abinger (see Abinger parish) of The book of Dunvegan: being documents from the muniment room of the MacLeods of MacLeod at Dunvegan Castle, Isle of Skye; The book of the Radclyffes; The churches of Wotton, Abinger, and Oakwood: in the county of Surrey; The clan Mackintosh and the clan Chattan The registers of the parish church of Blacktoft, East Yorkshire: Histories England 1, The churches of Wotton, Abinger, and Oakwood: in the county of Surrey: Histories England 1, The registers of Askham Richard in the Ainsty of York: Histories England 1, Somerset Roll of Worthies, Unworthies, and Villains, c.
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