Post by BrritSki
Thanks John. Were any of the Surrey 3 in or near Guildford and is there
an address on the census please ?
I'd like to confirm the Coaching Inn theory. My Grandfather remembered
living in a big house with stables and footmen, but it was later claimed
that this was the Inn and the footmen were just general servants so it
would be interesting to know one way or the other.
Grandfather's name was Horace, but he would not have been alive in 1842
as I guess he was born 40 or 50 years later. Dad (Ronald George) was
born in 1922 in Coventry...
Ronald G Tilbury, mother's surname Foster, born Coventry 1922
Horace W Tilbury married Ellen Foster, Coventry, 1916
Horace Watsons Tilbury, 19, in 1911 census in Guildford with father
William, 49, lodging house keeper, born Norwood.
Horace Tilbury, 8, in 1901 census in Guildford, with father William, 38,
master toll collector, born Norwood
Horace Watson Tilbury born Guildford 1892, mother's maiden surname Martin
William Tilbury married Frances Harriet Martin in Guildford, 1886
William Tilbury, 18, groom, born Norwood, in 1881 census with widowed
mother Mary and 3 siblings
William Tilbury, 8, born Norwood Grove, in 1871 census in Guildford with
parents James, 35, ag lab, and Mary Ann, 37, both born Chilbolton, Hampshire
William Tilbury, mother's surname Fifield, birth registered Uxbridge, 1862
James Tilbury, 26, licensed victualler, and Mary Ann, 27, in The Wolff
Public House, Norwood, in 1861 census; both born Chilbolton
James Tilbury and Mary Ann Fifield marriage registered in Andover (which
includes Chilbolton) in 1858
All information from FreeBMD, GRO index or original documents; and not
one jot or tittle of it from Ancestry, so it should be reasonably reliable.