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101 According to a typed note that is a transcript of the details from a
family bible of the BOWRINGS.(Typed transcript in the West Country
Studies Library at Exeter, in the Family Cuttings file marked BOWRING)
The details state that the marriage of Sir John Bowring & Maria Lewin
took place on 12th October 1816. 
Family F1198
 
102 According to age on marriage certificate -she aged 30 and John aged 23 Spencer, Elizabeth (I294)
 
103 According to birth registration of Son, Abraham Butcher, John (I270)
 
104 According to data on 1871 census Maria (I3867)
 
105 According to death index find my past Gale, Barbara Joan (I2225)
 
106 According to details on CWGC site for death of Eric Douglas Marrack Southwood, Douglas Marrack (I3944)
 
107 According to examination of Susanna Ellis of Holy Trinity her father
now settled in Puttenham, where she has been living. Guildford
Examination D112 
Ellis, George (I839)
 
108 According to Family Bible transcript Bowring, Fredrick Hermann (I3709)
 
109 According to family bible transcript Bowring, Lewin Bertham C.S.I. (I2207)
 
110 According to Hutchins Book Histor and Antiquities of Dorset. Hutchins, John (I3438)
 
111 According to Marriage Certificate Jelley, Charles (I3818)
 
112 According to marriage certificate Flick, Maria (I348)
 
113 According to marriage certificate Matthews, Edith Annie (I296)
 
114 According to passenger list record 1922 Pitchforth, Herbert George (I3939)
 
115 According to the typed transcripts from the family bible. Held in the
newspaper cuttings file in WCSL Exeter. 
Bowring, Maria (I3712)
 
116 Aff (buried in wool) Edwards, Jane (I877)
 
117 AFTER HER HUSBAND JAMES DIED IN 1882 SHE IS LISTED ON 1891 CESUS
LIVING AT COMPTON COMMON,A HEAD LAUNDRESS.1891 CENSUS LIST'S ARTHUR
WINTER, A BRICKLAYER LODGING AT THEIR ADDRESS, 
GADD, HARRIET (I2607)
 
118 aged 3 weeks Pantlin, Fanny (I3273)
 
119 Aged 43 years. Richard Butcher son of Richard Butcher buried 16th May
1793. 
Butcher, Richard (I63)
 
120 Aged 57 years. Known as Richard Butcher Srn of Parkhatch. Buried the
18th August 1769. 
Butcher, Richard (I51)
 
121 Aged 64 years.
Of Wonder Lake.
He married Catherine B Shaw in 1986.
Predeceased by his parents and first wife.

Schneider-Leucht-Merwin & Cooney Funeral Home
Obituary 19 Jan 2017 Northwest Herald, IL, USA 
Butcher, Steve Allen (I42)
 
122 Aged 65 years
Vol 22 Page 987
Born 10th Oct 1987 
Southwood, Alexander Horace (I3943)
 
123 Aged 78/79.
Died Mansfield Hospital on Tuesday 13th Jan 2004. 
Self, Jenny (I427)
 
124 Aged 79 years Butcher, William Charles (I173)
 
125 Aged 83 years
County Inferred - Cheshire, Denbighshire,Flintshire
Reg No -100
Entry No - 23 
Matthews, Dorothy Mary (I288)
 
126 Aged 83 years, widow of William Matthews Drakely, Bethsheba (I305)
 
127 Aged noted on Obituary Butcher, Bev (I36)
 
128 AH Shorter Paper Mills and paper Making 1400-1875 Elstone, John (I1043)
 
129 ALBERT MARRIED ELIZA 28-7-1889 AT FARNCOMBE.LIVED SUMMERS ROAD AND
CATTLESHALL,GODALMING.1891 CENSUS HE WAS LIVING SUMMERS ROAD,
FARNCOMBE. 
STRUDWICK, ALBERT GEORGE (I2694)
 
130 ALBERT'S FIRST WIFE WAS HARRIET(SOPHIE) COOMBES,THEY MARRIED
14-10-1882 AT NORTHCHAPEL.SHE DIED1898 (BURIED AT PUTTENHAM) HE LATER
REMARRIED TO EDITH EALSON A WIDOW FROM PUTTENHAM.HER HUSBAND ALFRED >
EALSON DIED 1905.THEY LIVED AT JACKSON'S CORNER,COMPTON.
(Fir Tree Cottage)THEY HAD THREE SON'S.
ALBERT CAME TO WORK FOR JACKSON'S THE BUILDERS AT COMPTON AS A CARTER,
MY FATHER REMEMBERS RIDING ON THE CART WITH HIM AS A BOY TO COLLECT
SAND FROM THE SAND PIT DOWN SEALE LANE,PUTTENHAM FOR JACKSON'>
S THE BUILDER. 
DENYER, ALBERT (I2524)
 
131 Alberta Index to Registrations of BMD 1870-1905
Vol Edmonton Branch
Alberta Genealogical Society.

From Mary Kearns Trace.
Sept 2000 
Family F332
 
132 ALFRED MARRIED BEATRICE SMITH OF CHILWORTH 4-3-1855 AT FARNCOMBE.
HER FATHER WAS JOHN SMITH A SMITH!
WITNESS AT THEIR WEDDING WAS MARY STRUDWICK(SISTER OF ALFRED)
THEY LIVED AT HARE LANE,FARNCOMBE.
1891 CENSUS THEY ARE LIVING MARSHALL ROAD,FARNCOMBE. 
STRUDWICK, ALFRED (I2598)
 
133 Alistair and Lynn Gray's line Butcher, James (I39)
 
134 All children previously attended Downs Road School and left there to
attend Merrow School. 
Family F78
 
135 Although born in Bramley baptised in Hascombe. Richard a Yeoman. Butcher, Daniel (I44)
 
136 Although the 1881 census states Charles was born in Puttenham, he was
infact born in Bramshott Hampshire, his father was born in Puttenham. 
Bridger, Charles (I767)
 
137 Annie who married Bill Penny(a game- keeper)they lived at 15 the
street,Puttenham
before Hilda & Arthur. 
STRUDWICK, ANNIE (I2578)
 
138 Applied and was accepted into Army on his own Merit, unassisted.
Kew PRO. 
Ellis, George (I839)
 
139 Arrived on "Skyjold" in Port Adlaide 27th October 1841 Hohnberg, Johann August (I3428)
 
140 ARTHUR MARRIED EMILY(AGED19) 10-11-1923 AT BUSBRIDGE.Arthur had a hair
lip.My father remembers him visiting his uncle Jim who used to live at
15 The Street Puttenham. 
STRUDWICK, ARTHUR-JAMES (I2567)
 
141 ARTHUR MARRIED HILDA RUBY JOYNER 11-5-1940 AT PUTTENHAM.
Arthur remembers his father George hireing a charabang which had a
changable body and was used as a coal lorry during the week.It>
came from Chant of Normandy.
He remembers several trips out in this at different times and one to
Hambledon/Hydstile to see their relations probably Nell or Rose
Farnfield daughters of George's brother Frederick,it was near the c>
rossroads at Hydestile a pair of cottages.He also remembers his mother
Florence walking to Hydestile with a pram from Puttenham and being
taken into the fields to see the the sheep down in the valleys>
.Either Nell or Rose's husband was a shepherd.Arthur also used to pump
the the organ in the church at Puttenham on Sunday's as a boy. 
STRUDWICK, ARTHUR (I2533)
 
142 Arthur served in India with the Queens royal west Surrey Regiment 2nd
battalion No.S/256 1895,his medal was won at Punjab Frontier
1897/98.He was killed in action at the battle of Loo's 25-9-1915.
My father is named after Arthur he was christend at about the sametime
Arthur was killed.I have Arthurs medal and my father remembers his
father George giving it to him one Sunday morning.
Arthur was a private at the the time of his death 25-9-1915. 
STRUDWICK, ARTHUR (I2521)
 
143 at 1.30 Sheffield, Ivy Lilian (I1378)
 
144 At poor House Easebourne Luff, Elizabeth (I779)
 
145 At the time of George's baptism he was deceased but his former occupation of bricklayer recorded. Butcher, James (I226)
 
146 Attended Butcher, William Charles (I173)
 
147 Attended Marshall, Philip (I86)
 
148 Attended Butcher, Lilian Dorothy (I18)
 
149 Attended Butcher, Rose (I13)
 
150 Attended and have Service book Bashford, John Albert (I1)
 

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