SURREY - 'STRANGE' AND DERIVATIVES
The Times, Wednesday, May 11, 1791; pg.1; Issue 2020; col
This Surrey entry appears under Middlesex as the section includes 12 miles around
2. GRO Index References
From Betty Judge Birth 1860J Henry STRANGE Farnham Vol 2a Page 60
1841 Chertsey Living Sandpit Road, Chertsey James STRANGE 40 Gardiner Y Caroline STRANGE 40 Y Frederick STRANGE 14 Y John STRANGE 10 Y James STRANGE 8 Y William STRANGE 5 Y Egham Living at Pas ? House Chas STRANGE 35 Lab No Ann STRANGE 30 No No address George STRANGE 35 A/l No Elizabeth STRANGE 30 Y Thomas STRANGE 10 Y William STRANGE 8 Y George STRANGE 6 Y Lidia STRANGE 3 Y
1851 Bagshot Bagshot, Surrey Folio 127 Caroline STRANGE aged 20yrs Folio 130 Elizabeth STRANGE " 19 yrs
1861 Egham Christchurch (Virginia Water) William STRANGE H M 46 Garden/lab Old Windsor Berks Sarah STRANGE W M 46 Laundress Egham Surrey Charles STRANGE S S 21 Groom Egham Surrey Thomas STRANGE S 10 Scholar Egham Surrey Elizabeth STRANGE D. 6 Scholar Egham Surrey
Living at High St. Egham Surrey. Eliza STRANGE Serv S 14 Servant to James Hatch (Baker, Egham Surrey Sarah STRANGE Serv S 14 House servant to Henry Chas Paice, Egham Surrey
Englefield Green Living at Englefield Green, Surrey
Putney Charles STRANGE Wid 56 Poulterer Southwark Charles STRANGE Son 19 Porter in warehouse Camberwell Susannah STRANGE Dau 26 Housekeeper Kensington
Southwark RG9/313/155a - St Thomas Sophia STRANGE Wid 65 Oxford RG9/314 - 170 Union Street Robert STRANGE Head 34 Grocer Chelsea, Middlx Elizabeth STRANGE Wife 27 Fordingbridge, Hants Annie STRANGE Dau 5 Southwark Kate STRANGE dau 4 Southwark William STRANGE son 1 Southwark 1871 Kingston Living at St.Leonards St. Kingston on Thames Timothy W STRANGE H M 42 Coal Heaver Nuffield Oxon Marrion STRANGE W M 51 Nurse Lambeth Mary STRANGE D 21 Dyer Shop Assistant Bexley Heath. Kent Jane STRANGE D 19 Blind Fulham Susan STRANGE D 12 Laundry Girl Long Sutton Job I STRANGE S 10 scholar Surbiton. Southwark 175 Waterloo Rd Alfred STRANGE 28 General smith Oxford He is there with his wife Sarah and two daughters 1 Spillers Court Joseph STRANGE 49 Chair sawyer born Oxford Stokenchurch He is there with wife Elizabeth and four children. Again anyone interested in the two above please contact Pat de Haer
4. The Parishes of Surrey
Battersea From: Helen Habergham
My grandparents name Harry STRANGE married Kathleen Trevillion date unknown had three children one my mother Winifred Sarah born Battersea 28 June 1919 died 24 August 1974 Eileen Jennei born 8 august 1921? died 6 December 2000. Winifred married William Donald Forsdick born 30 December 1919 died 16 june 2000 marriage June 1947. Harry and Kathleen also had a son that died at a very young age, Winifred and Eileen went to a convent school taught by nuns. This is all the info I have on my tree. I would be grateful for any help to further this thank you
Camberwell From Jenny Manning April 2004
My great grandfather, a Thomas Archibald BELLMAN, was apparently brought up by a Joseph and Eliza STRANGE in Camberwell, Surrey. I suspect they could have been his grandparents.
Croydon - St John the Baptist Church National Burial Index 1838 Apr 11 John STRANGE 34 1840 Feb 16 George STRANGE 53 Egham - St John the Baptist Church National Burial Index 1819 Jul 20 Edward STRANGE 2 1822 Apr 23 Jane STRANGE 2mths 1849 Caroline STRANGE 52 1853 William STRANGE 18 1854 Frances C STRANGE 2 1857 Sarah STRANGE 7 mths Epsom - Christ Church National Burial Index 1838 Apr 09 Thomas STRANGE 4days. Epsom - St Martin (C 1695-1894, M 1695-1913, B 1695-1913) Baptisms: 1839 Jun 05 George STRANGE, s Thomas & Mary Ann, Epsom, horse-keeper 1844 Dec 22 Mary Hannah STRANGE, d Thomas & Mary, Epsom, labourer, born 1844 Nov 11 1849 Jun 24 John STRANGE, s Thomas & Mary, Epsom, labourer, b 28 May 1849 Marriages: 1837 Aug 13 Thomas STRANGE & Mary Ann Jenking 1839 Apr 18 John Badman & Eliza STRANGE Burials: 1838 Apr 09 Thomas STRANGE, Epsom age 4 days 1845 May 25 Mary Ann STRANGE, age 6months 1849 Oct 07 John STRANGE, age 4months 1864 Mar 16 Ann STRANGE, Epsom Union (from Ewell), age 58 1867 Apr 27 Robert STRANGE, Epsom, age 71 1876 Jan 01 James Harris STRANGE, Epsom age 55 1864 Feb 09 Mary STRANGE, age 78 1886 Feb 18 Alfred William STRANGE, Epsom, age 7 1892 Jun 18 Alfred Barber STRANGE, Epsom, age 37 1895 May 16 Ann STRANGE, Epsom, age 70 1903 Jun 23 Rhoda Louisa STRANGE, 5 Balfour Road, age 49 Farnham - St John the Baptist Church National Burial Index 1831 Dec 24 Benjamin STRANGE 5 mths Guildford - Holy Trinity Church National Burial Index 1856 Maria STRANGE 7 Guildford - St Nicholas Church National Burial Index 1842 James STRANGE 1 mth Hammersmith - St. Paul The following is from Betty Judge Baptisms,1881-1905: 1901 May 05 George STRANGE son Frank & Alice Maud STRANGE of 9 Railway Terrace, Slough. (Labourer)born 31 March 1901 1904 Jul 10 Muriel Jesse STRANGE dau Albert & Amelia STRANGE (Mechanic) of 9 Holland Road, W. Kensington Park, born Dec 17 1902 1905 Feb 05 Winifred Grace STRANGE dau Albert & Amelia STRANGE (Mechanic) of 9 Craven Cottages Hammersmith Surrey, born 28 Sep 1904 Kingston on Thames - All Saints Church National Burial Index 1819 Nov 14 Thomas STRANGE 76 1819 Jun 22 Edward STRANGE 41 1820 Feb 14 William STRANGE 65 1821 Jul 06 Jane STRANGE 21 1825 Jul 23 Frances STRANGE 36 1828 Sep 27 Sarah STRANGE 22 1835 Nov 29 Mary STRANGE 3 1836 May 16 Thomas STRANGE 8 1839 Jan 07 Thomas STRANGE 76 1840 Nov 01 William STRANGE 17 The following is from Heather Olsen. 1866 May 6 Parish Church, Kingston on Thames Henry STRANGE m. Harriett Ann BENNETT. Henry was of Kingston and a Cooper. His father, Thomas Francis STRANGE, was also a Cooper. The bride's father, William Bennet, was a miller. She was of Kingston, and a spinster. The marriage was by Banns, and witnesses included an Elizabeth STRANGE. (See family from Staines) The following is also from Heather Olsen. Here are STRANGE burials in Kingston on Thames, Surrey, 1813-1852. (Source--LDS microfilm of the All Saints parish registers 991686) Those preceeded by * are my family. 1819 Jun 22 Edward STRANGE of Ham, age 41 1819 Nov 14 Thomas STRANGE of Ham, age 76 * 1820 Feb 14 William STRANGE, Attorney of Kingston, age 65 * 1821 Jul 06 Jane STRANGE, daughter William, Attorney of Kingston, age 21 1825 Jul 23 Frances STRANGE, Kingston Workhouse, age 36 1828 Sep 27 Sarah STRANGE, Kingston Workhouse, age 22 * 1835 Nov 29 Mary STRANGE of Kingston, age 3 * 1836 May 16 Thomas STRANGE of Kingston, age 8 * 1839 Jan 07 Thomas STRANGE, non resident, age 76 * 1840 Nov 01 William STRANGE of Kingston, age 17 * 1844 May 14 Ann STRANGE of Kingston, age 57 * 1852 Jul 26 William STRANGE of Kingston, age 62 (Image Available)
Burial from MI (not on the above film)
From: Heather Olsen
Mary STRANGE was born on 30 April 1786 at Kingston. She was baptized on 29 May 1786 at Kingston. She and Thomas Baker obtained a Faculty Office marriage license on 11 August 1817. They were married on 18 August 1817 at Leatherhead, Surrey. Thomas was a grocer in Kingston. Both Thomas and Mary appear to have been living in 1852. They had at least two children, John STRANGE Baker, who in 1866 was of the General Post Office in the City of London, and Samuel Baker, who in 1866 was Postmaster of Kingston.
Elizabeth STRANGE was born on 6 December 1787 at Kingston. She was baptized on 30 December 1787 at Kingston. She was the Kingston agent for the London Weekly Journal & Surrey & Sussex Gazette between January 1821 and October 1836. She was listed in the 1823/4 Pigots Directory as Postmistress of Kingston. The 1839 Pigots lists "the Misses STRANGE, Norbiton Street," under "nobility, gentry and clergy." I presume this is Elizabeth and her sister Ann. She appeared in the 1841 census with her sister Ann (below) on Norbiton Street in Kingston. She appeared in the 1851 census in Market Place, Kingston on Thames. She appeared in the 1861 census with Mary (Fairbrother) STRANGE on Ewell Rd, Kingston. She died on 23 November 1866. Her estate was probated on 18 December 1866. Sarah STRANGE was born on 9 November 1789 at Kingston. She was baptized on 29 November 1789 at Kingston and she was buried here on 15 May 1812.
William STRANGE was born on 12 January 1792 at Kingston. He was baptized here on 22 January 1792 and buried there the same month.
Ann STRANGE was born on 16 January 1793 at Kingston. See Elizabeth above reference the entry in 1839 Pigots. She appeared in the 1841 census with her sister Elizabeth on Norbiton Street. She died on 7 May 1844 at Kingston where she was buried on 14 May 1844.
Katherine STRANGE was born on 30 January 1796 at Kingston where she was baptized on 17 February 1796 and later buried on 14 Mar 1802.
Jane STRANGE was born circa 1800. She died on 30 June 1821 and buried on 6 July 1821 at Kingston. There was a PCC will of a Jane STRANGE, spinster of Kingston probated on 30 August 1825. This seems rather late to be hers, but not impossible.
John STRANGE was born on 17 July 1802 and baptized on 6 August 1802 at Kingston. He died on 1 October 1826 in Jamaica.
Subject: Kingston records. Here is a family group I put together based on
The Universal British Directory of Trade Commerce & Manufacture. 1793-1798
From Jenny Manning
Richmond on Thames - St Mary Magdalene Church National Burial Index 1836 May 19 Rachel STRAINGE 48
J. Challenor C. Smith "The Parish Registor of Richmond Surrey 1720-1780" 1753 Jan 30 p. 238 Burial of Thomas STRANGE, a child. 1775 Feb 25 p. 158 Edward STRANGE witness to marriage of John Tutton and Mary Pottinger. 1730 Sep 27 p. 18 Sophia, daughter of ____ STRANGE baptised.
Richmond At: Richmond Burial Registers there are 29 STRANGE and three STRAINGE burials. There are actually seven different cemeteries listed here, throughout the whole Borough of Richmond. The three "Strainge" entries comprise Ed Hanson's great-uncle Frank, his wife Aunt "Bessie" and their son Leonard, whom he knew very well. Also in the Twickenham Cemetery is Frank's sister, Grace Adelaide Paice.
Rotherhithe - St Mary
* Noted that "Flamingo" was a 'Screw Composite Gun Vessel' and in the 1881 census had a crew of and was working in North America and the West Indies but was then moored to "Bury" in Port Royal Harbour with 100 officers and crew. A further 11 crew members were off-ship in hospital.
Thorpe - St Mary
Windlesham - St John the Baptist Church.
Woking - St Peter Church
The following is from Heather Olsen.
II William, bap. 20 Jan 1790, b. 24 Dec 1789. See below. . III Thomas, bap. 3 Jun 1792, b. 3 May 1792. See below. IV Lydia, bap. 24 Aug 1794, b. 26 Jul 1794. See below. John, NOT baptised in Kingston, but mentioned in father's and brother's wills. d. 29 July 1862, St. Luke's Hospital, London, unmarried. Adminstration granted 1 October 1862 to Thomas (III) STRANGE. Mary Elizabeth, bap. 7 Jan 1801, b. 28 Dec 1800. Unmarried in 1841.
Thomas (I) Snr.'s first wife Lydia died 11 Jan 1801 and was buried in Kingston on Thames. Thomas Sr. married 2) Mary ????, date and place unknown. They had the following child baptised in Kingston on Thames:
V Charles, bap. July 1805, b. 26 June 1805.
Sometime between 1816 and 1823 Thomas (I) Snr turned his business in Kingston over to his eldest son William (II), and moved with younger sons Thomas (III) and Charles (V) and daughter Mary Elizabeth to High Wycombe, Bucks, where in 1825 he took over the clock/watchmaker business in Paul's Row which had formerly belonged to John LEE. Initially, Thomas Jnr and Charles assisted Thomas Snr in his business. In 1829, Charles set up his own Clock/watchmaker business in Queen's Square, High Wycombe. Thomas Jnr moved to Banbury, Oxon, c1827-1830 where he took over the clock/watchmaker business which had formerly belonged to C.W. DRURY. Thomas Snr d. 28 Dec 1838 and was buried 7 Jan 1839 in Kingston, Surrey. His will was proved 21 Feb 1839 in the P.C.C. His business in High Wycombe was taken over by Charles FONTANA. II William STRANGE remained in Kingston, where he appears in the 1823-24 and 1839 directories as a clock/watchmaker in Marketplace. He married Mary FAIRBROTHER 18 Oct 1821 in Helmdon, Northamptonshire. William died 18 July 1852 and was buried 26 July 1852 in Kingston. His will was proved 18 Sept 1852 in the P.C.C. There seems to have been a legal dispute over his estate between his brother in law William FAIRBROTHER (named as executer and trustee in the will) and his brother Thomas (III). William and Mary had the following children:
William, b. 1823, Kingston on Thames, buried 1 Nov 1840, Kingston on Thames. Thomas, b. 1829, Kingston on Thames, buried 16 May 1836, Kingston on Thames. Mary, b. 1832, Kingston on Thames, buried 29 Nov 1835, Kingston on Thames.
III Thomas STRANGE Jnr moved with his father to High Wycombe. He married Ann FAIRBROTHER 30 Aug 1824 in Helmdon, Nothamptonshire. He and Ann moved to Banbury, Oxon c1830 where he took over the clock/watchmaker business which had formerly belonged to C.W. DRURY. Following the death of his brother William, Thomas moved to Kingston and took over his Clock/Watchmaker business, leaving the business in Banbury to his second son, William. Thomas d. 4 Jan 1864 in Kingston. His will was proved 14 June 1864. Thomas and Ann had the following children:
Thomas Fairbrother, b. 1825, High Wycombe, settled in Kingston, Surrey, where he married Elizabeth BEATER in 1853; he was a watchmaker, d. before 1881 when Elizabeth appeared in the census as a widow. Ann, b. 1827, High Wycombe, buried 1832, Banbury. Mary, b. circa 1829, High Wycombe, married 27 June 1857 Kingston on Thames William THATCHER. They appeared in the 1881 census in Lambeth, Surrey William, b. 1830, Banbury, married 29 Dec 1857 Coventry, Warwickshire Ann TURNER. He took over his father's Banbury business when his father moved to Kingston. William was buried 13 Feb 1864 in Banbury. Richard Fairbrother, b. 1832, Banbury, an assistant in a draper's shop in High Wycombe in 1851. m. [H]Anna Maria ______. He lived in Worcester c. 1864-1875. In 1881 he lived in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, and was a draper employing 21 hands. He d. 8 May 1904, St. Noets, Huntingdonshire. His will was proved 30 June 1904. Ann Maria, b. 1834, Banbury, married 7 Oct 1858 Kingston on Thames William Moore TURNER (brother of Anne, above). William was a chemist. In 1881 they lived in St. Ives, Huntingdonshire. Elizabeth, b. 1837, Banbury, unmarried at father's death in 1864. Sarah, b. 1839 Banbury, buried 1842 Banbury.
IV Lydia STRANGE married John MULLIS 19 Nov 1816 in Kingston on Thames. John appears in the 1828-29 Pigots Directory in Coventry, Warwickshire as an agent for Alliance Insurance. Thomas (I)'s will refers to him as John Mullis, Gentleman of Coventry. John d. before 1851 when Lydia appeared in the census as a widow. In the 1881 census, she appeared with her son Thomas in Coventry. Lydia and John had the following children:
William, bap. 1817, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, named in Thomas (I)'s will. Lydia, bap 1819, Nuneaten, married 4 May 1839 High Wycombe John STRANGE, son of Samuel and Elizabeth STRANGE of Helmdon, Northamptonshire (see under Shalstone in Bucks page) Lydia and John lived in Astwell, Northamptonshire, where they appeared in the 1881 census, in which John was identified as a farmer of 431 acres employing 10 men and 4 boys. John d. 18 Dec 1889, and his will was proved 21 Mar 1890. Mary, bap 1821 in Kingston, m. 28 Sept 1850 Wappenham, Northamptonshire William Horwood, a draper of Banbury. Thomas, bap 1824 Coventry, Warwickshire. Lived with mother in Coventry in 1851 and 1881, unmarried in 1851, a widower in 1881. John, bap 1825, Coventry. Ann and Elizabeth, bap 1826, Coventry.
Charles STRANGE moved with his father to High Wycombe, and in 1829 set up his own
Susanna, b. 1832, High Wycombe d. unmarried 1852 Charles, b. 1834, High Wycombe d. unmarried 1865 Thomas, b. 1836, High Wycombe d. unmarried 1858 Mary Ann, b. 1840, High Wycombe m. 22 Mar 1862 Hughenden Sidney SMITH Benjamin, (my gg grandfather) b.1843, High Wycombe.
End of Heather OLSEN's story.
From: Ed Hanson Subject: Strainge of Kingston So far, I don't have a personal connection with the STRAINGEs in Kingston but tracked some of them in hopes of hooking onto them somehow. Following are some of my notes on that family, which originated in Staines: Thomas STRANGE [signed marriage record as Strainge] of this parish, bachelor, and Mary Yeowell of Chertsey, Surrey, spinster, married at St Mary's Staines, 9 Dec 1772 (witnesses: Ann STRANGE [her mark] and Robert Powell). Children: I. William, bp. St Mary's Staines, 16 July 1774; m. Charlotte --- Children: 1 William, bp. St Mary's Staines, 25 Dec 1799 2 Thomas, b 7 Dec 1802; bp St Mary's Hampton, 6 Jan. 1803 3 George, b 31 Oct 1805; bp St Mary's Hampton, 8 Dec 1805 4 Eliza, b 22 Nov 1809; bp St Mary's Hampton, 31 Dec 1809 ii. Sarah, bp. St Mary's Staines, 18 Feb 1776 iii. Mary, bp. St Mary's Staines, 25 April 1779 iv. [daughter], bp. St Mary's Staines, 25 July 1781 v. Harriott, bp St Mary's Staines, 24 Sept 1783 Thomas Francis STRANGE, son of Thomas and Dinah STRANGE, was baptized at St Mary's Staines, 18 May 1794; he was dead before the 1871 census, when Maria is called a widow. He married [signed register as Thomas Strainge] at St Mary's Staines, 16 Sept 1822 Maria Bowbrick, who was born at Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, ca. 1801-1804, and was buried 11 Nov. 1885, age 81, St Mary's Staines, Middx. The 1851 census of Staines listed: Thomas STRANGE, 56, cooper, b. Staines; Maria STRANGE, wife, 50, b. Walton, Middx.; John STRANGE, son, 19, cooper, b. Staines; Henry STRANGE, son, 16, cooper, b. Staines; Frank STRANGE, son, 14, cooper, b. Staines; Eliza STRANGE, dau., 13, b. Staines; Caroline STRANGE, dau., 10, b. Staines; Frederick STRANGE, son, 6, b. Staines. In the 1871 census the family was listed at 8 Church Street, Staines: Maria Strainge, mother, 67, occupation "cooper," b. Walton, Surrey, deaf; John Strainge, son, unmarried, 40, cooper, b. Staines, deaf; Henry Strainge, son, married, 37, cooper, b. Staines; Eliza Strainge, daughter, unm., 32, dressmaker, b. Staines; Harriet Strainge, daughter-in-law, married, 31, dressmaker, b. Kingston; Henry Strainge, grandson, 3, scholar, b. Staines; Eliza Sarah Strainge, granddaughter, 1, b. Staines; Harriet Strainge, granddaughter, 4 months, b. Staines Maria was still the head at the 1881 census: Church Street, Staines, Middx.: Maria STRANGE, widow, 76, b. Walton-on-Thames; Henry STRANGE, son, widower, 46, cooper, b. Staines; Eliza STRANGE, daughter, 41, Bible missionary, b. Staines; Henry STRANGE, grandson, 14, scholar, b. Staines; Eliza STRANGE, granddaughter, 11, scholar, b. Staines; Harriett STRANGE, granddaughter, 10, scholar, b. Staines; Frank STRANGE, grandson, 7, scholar, b. Staines. Children: i. George, bp St Mary's Staines, 12 Feb 1826; d 1893, aged 68; m. Ann ---, d. 1897, aged 60. The 1881 census, listed on Wood Street, Kingston, Surrey: George STRANGE, head, 49, cooper, b. Staines; Ann STRANGE, wife, 46, b. Kingston; Eliza STRANGE, daughter, 26, cook, unemployed, b. Kingston; Alice STRANGE, daughter, 10, scholar, b. Kingston; David STRANGE, son, 7, scholar, b. Kingston; Florence STRANGE, daughter, 4, scholar, b. Kingston. The 1881 census for Kingston also listed: Emma Strainge, 24, housemaid in household of Benjamin Charles Barber, b. Kingston. 1 Eliza, b. ca 1855 2 Alice, b ca 1871; m. 1894 3 David, b. ca. 1874; David Strainge, cooper, worked for Hogdsons Brewery of Kingston; married 1898 Florence Harding from Cornwall; their granddaughter, Iris Isles, reported that their children were Annie, Cathrine, Florence, Doris, Flossy, Roger, and Jack. David Strainge, 24, cooper, son of George Strainge (deceased), cooper, married 24 Dec 1898 at St John's Kingston, Surrey Florence Annie Harding, 24, daughter of John Harding (deceased), gardener; both gave their address as Pear Tree Cottage, Mill Place, Kingston (witnesses Alfred Anderson Willmott and Florence Battle). (1) [Primrose] Annie, b. Kingston, 1899; living 1991 (2) Jack Douglas, b. Kingston, 27 March 1900 children (3 sons, 4 daughters), including 1. Mrs. Iris Isles of Kingston-upon-Thames, 1991. 2. Victor Strainge, of West Molesley, Surrey (3) Kathleen Vera, b. Kingston, 1902 (4) Olive Madge, b. Kingston, 1903; d 1904 [as Madge Olive] (5) Beatrice Eleanor, b. Kingston, 1905 (6) Claude David, b. Kingston, Dec. 1906 (7) Leslie, b. 1909; d. 1910 (8) Florence A. ("Flossy"), b. Kingston, 1912; living 1991 (9) Dorothy ("Doris"), b. Kingston, 1913. (10) Roger 4 Florence, b ca 1877 ii. William, bp St Mary's Staines, 22 July 1827; bur. there, 28 Dec 1896, aged 69; m. Emma ---, b London, ca. 1837. William Strainge. The 1871 census listed this family at 31 Thames St., Staines, Middx: William Strainge, head, 43, laborer, b. Staines; Emma Strainge, wife, 34, b. London; Caroline Strainge, dau., 12, scholar, b. Staines; Susan Strainge, dau., 11, scholar, b. Staines; John Strainge, son, 8, b. Staines; Clara F. Strainge, dau., 4 mos., b. Staines. 1 William Joseph, bp. at St Mary's Staines, 22 July 1857. 2 Caroline, b. 12 May 1858; bp. at St Mary's Staines, 12 Aug. 1860 [mother listed as "Hannah" on baptismal record] 3 Susan, b. 4 Sept. 1859; bp. at St Mary's Staines, 12 Aug. 1860 [mother listed as "Hannah" on baptismal record] 4 Henry, bp. St Mary's Staines, 3 April 1867 5 John, bp. St Mary's Staines, 1 Aug. 1869 6 Clara Fitzroy, bp. St Mary's Staines, 25 Dec. 1870 iii. John, b. at Staines, ca. 1831; bp St Mary's Staines, 12 Feb 1832; bur. 22 Nov 1879, aged 47, St Mary's, Staines; cooper; deaf. iv. Henry William, b. St Mary's Staines, 10 Aug 1834 [as Henry STRANGE]; bur. 11 July 1881, aged 47, St Mary's, Staines; cooper; m. Harriet --, b. at Kingston, Surrey, ca. 1840. Children: 1 Henry William, b. at Staines, ca. 1867; bp. St Mary's Staines, 1 Aug. 1869; d. 24 Dec. 1918, aged 51; m. Ann ---, d. at Catterick, Yorks, 11 March 1903. Ann Strainge of Hellifield, Yorks (wife of Henry William Strainge), d. 11 March 1903 at Catterick, Yorks. Administration London 15 Aug. 1903 to said Henry William Strainge, schoolmaster. Effects £66.19s.5d. Henry William Strainge of 12 Grove-avenue, Hanwell, Middx., d. 24 Dec. 1918. Probate London, 22 Feb. 1919 to Frederick Thomas Hickman, grocer, and Frank Strainge, baker. Effects £401.11s.8d. 2 Eliza Sarah, bp. St Mary's Staines, 1 Aug. 1869; m. 1897 3 Harriett, b. at Staines, ca. 1871; bur. 20 July 1885, age 14, St Mary's Staines. 4 Frank Strainge, 33, confectioner, 16 High St., Uxbridge; m. at Parish Church,# Uxbridge, 24 July 1907 Daisy Annie Pitman, 26, daughter of Frederick William Pitman, boat builder [witnesses: Frederick William Pitman, H.W. Strainge, E. Hickman]. Child: (1) Arthur F., b. 1912. 5 Bennett, bp. St Mary's Staines, 3 March 1878. v. Francis, bp St Mary's Staines, 7 Sept 1835; cooper (1851 census). vi. Eliza, b. at Staines, ca. 1839; dressmaker in 1871 census; Bible missionary in 1881 census. vii. Caroline, b. at Staines, 12 Oct 1841; bp. 28 Nov. 1841. viii.Frederick, b. at Staines, 27 May 1844; bp. St Mary's, 10 Nov. 1844. Thomas Strainge, cooper, m. Sarah. Child: i. Thomas Francis, bp. at St Mary's Staines, 29 Sept. 1861, age 3 years. End of notes from Ed Postscript from Heather Olsen
Family from Kenneth Scott Dunedin, Florida I have a Surrey STRANGE connection as shown in the tree below. I have some old photos and documents relating to my STRANGE ancestors, starting with Charles William and his wife. I also have contact with all descendents of Polly Elizabeth STRANGE who married Edward Melbourne. Descendants of William STRANGE: 1 William STRANGE 1813 - 1851 b: 1813 in Holtin??, Berkshire d: Aft. 1851 + Sarah Chapman 1813 - 1851 b: 1813 in Egham, Surrey d: Aft. 1851 m: 05 February 1837 in Fulmer, Buckingham .... 2 Mary A. STRANGE 1838 - b: 1838 in Egham, Surrey
From Betty Judge SURREY ADVERTISER 1864-1866 Date Name/Surname Reason Location. Town 1865 Mar 25 James STRANGER, Stonemason, bankruptcy Wimbledon 1865 Apr 01 Geo. STRANGE, age 38, Cooper, burglary at Egham 12 months prison 1865 Apr 08 Charles Matthew STRANGE, Clerk, bankruptcy, Tunbridge Wells 1865 Dec 16 Mr. STRANGE, Penny readings, Aldershot 1866 Aug 25 Rev.Cresswell STRANGE, Farnham,Diocese of St John the Evangelist Hale Winchester 1866 Dec 01 Rev C STRANGE. Hale Church Missionary Association Hale 1866 Dec 22 Rev C STRANGE, Farnham Mens Working Institute, Farnham Surrey
From: Pat de Haer
I have a marriage certificate here for a William Henry STRANGE age 58 who married on 27 February 1937 in Wandsworth, as I do not need it I will pass it on at a very small fee.
Valerie Fairbrass said:
John BIGGS was born 1799 in Devizes, Wiltshire, and died Between 1861-1881. He was the son of William BIGGS.
Mary STRANGE was born 31 Mar 1807 in Swindon, Wiltshire, was christened 21 May 1807 in Swindon, Wiltshire, and died Between 1861-1881. She was the daughter of James STRANGE and Sarah HEATH.
Children of Mary STRANGE and John BIGGS are:
Kay Loomes [nee Carter] <loomesg_r[at]xtra[dot]co[dot]nz said
in Mar 2007