Themes

Here you will find an array of different sections dedicated to the history and archaeology of Surrey.

Front cover of Ethel Smyth's composition The March of the Women, dedicated to the Women's Social and Political Union, 1911 (SHC Ref. 9180/5)

Front cover of Ethel Smyth’s composition The March of the Women, dedicated to the Women’s Social and Political Union, 1911
(SHC ref 9180/5)

From the 1870s onwards the Women’s Suffrage campaign was active in Surrey and the county was home to suffragists, suffragettes and groups on all sides of the fierce debate. Discover more with our Women’s Suffrage theme pages.

Do you have a topic related to Surrey’s past that you have researched? Please contact us and let us know!

One thought on “Themes”

  1. Victor hare says:

    Can u tell
    Me if Richmond surrey keep
    Amy records of bastardary for 1910. I know my father was born in workhouse in Richmond and he took his mothers name . No father listed . I am trying to find out what my surname should be . Trying to trace my grandfather .

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