Re-opening of Surrey History Centre

March 19, 20206:30 pmLeave a Comment

Surrey History Centre will be opening its doors once again on 21st July 2020 to researchers wishing to access its unique archive and local studies collections.

Please check the Surrey History Centre website (https://www.surreycc.gov.uk/surreyhistorycentre).

For further information and updates see:

Visiting Surrey History Centre and

Surrey History Centre Opening Hours

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Our concern is for the well-being of staff and users, and we will also be ensuring the safety and security of our unique collections.

Wishing all our friends and users the very best. Take care of yourselves and we look forward to seeing you again in the not too distant future.

Written by ESP Admin

2 thoughts on “Re-opening of Surrey History Centre”

  1. Gary Campbell says:

    Hello! I am researching the military service of John Gregory. According to his Attestation Paper for service in the CEF, he was born on 7 February 1857 and had served for 17 years in the “Royal Surreys”. I have not been able to find his British service records on Ancestry and was wondering if you might have any information about him? He emigrated to Canada in 1911 and his family followed in 1912. I suppose his service in the “Royal Surreys” could have been anywhere between 1871 and 1911. I don’t have a regimental number for him. Thank you.

    1. simon says:

      have you tried forces war records, ancestry records are quite limited usually ww2 ww1 etc , but forces war records cover interwar and boer war records, its worth a try , https://www.forces-war-records.co.uk

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