Castle Street - from a print published 2 July 1792 Surrey History Centre ref. PX/64/4/1

Castle Street – from a print published 2 July 1792
Surrey History Centre ref. PX/64/4/1

North view of Farnham Castle by Samuel and Nathaniel Buck, 1737 Surrey History Centre ref. 4348/4/56/2

North view of Farnham Castle by Samuel and Nathaniel Buck, 1737
Surrey History Centre ref. 4348/4/56/2

Use the index to the left to find details of the earlier history and archaeology of the town, as well as its development from 1500 to 2004.

Click here to see the catalogue of the St Andrew, Farnham Parish Records (1539-1954) held at the Surrey History Centre.

Click here to see the catalogue of the St Thomas on the Bourne and St Martin by the Green, Farnham, Parish Records (1875-1987) held at the Surrey History Centre.

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2 Responses to Farnham

  1. Robert Elder says:

    Are the records for Birth Marriages & death available on line for Farnham & can they be download & what is the price.

    Thank you

  2. George Shaw says:

    My name is George Shaw and I live in Johannesburg. I am transcribing a “Cash Book” written by a great uncle, Col. Wilkinson Jocelyn Shaw (1834-1911). He built a house in Heath End which he called “The Warren”. An entry in his Cash Book reads, “Our new house “The Warren” at Heath End. On 14 September [1887] the house was inspected by the surveyor, Mr Howard Martin ― We then made preparations for moving in but the workman still had things to finish & we were delayed thereby ― On the 12th October we finally took possession”. Does this house still stand? If so what is its street address? Is it possible for me to get a photograph of the house? I would be very grateful for any information and or assistance you can provide.
    Sincerely
    George Shaw

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