Luff Family Page
The link to the LUFF family occurs when Samuel CREASY married Mary Caroline LUFF at Reigate, Surrey in 1900.
- John Luff
- Sarah Luff
- George Luff
- Children of George Luff and Frances Covey
- Ebenezer Luff
- Children of Ebenezer Luff and Caroline Eames
- Mary Caroline Luff
Please refer to the Descent Report and Chart or follow the link to John Luff-Descendants for more information about individuals of each generation.
There is a reference to a Nicholas LUFFE in Wisborough Green on 26 October 1699 in the Poor Law Records. A settlement on Nicholas LUFFE from the parish of Heyshott for a child Nicholas LUFFE.
John Luff and Sarah Johnson Top of the page
John LUFF married Sarah JOHNSON on 2 June 1789 at Wisborough Green. They had four known children John, Elizabeth, Sarah and William. I haven’t been able to confirm any other records for any of the family
Sarah Luff Top of the page
Sarah was baptised at Wisborough Green on 18 September 1796. She was the daughter of John LUFF and Sarah JOHNSON. Sarah was single and living in Wisborough Green Billingshurst naming George WELLS, servant, Wisborough Green, as the putative father of Sarah’s child. Sarah’s son, George, was born on 24 December 1815 at Wisborough Green was baptised there on 21 January 1816 under the name LUFF. A further bond dated 20 January 1816 was issued tating that a male bastard child had been born at the Poor House, Billingshurst to Sarah LUFT (Luff) single woman and citing George WELLS as the putitive father. A month later on 19 February 1816 Sarah LUFF and George WELLS were married at Wisborough Green. There is no record of them having any other children. George Wells died suddenly on 25 September 1840 while working at Billingshurst and was buried at Wisborough green 3 days later. Sarah was buried at Wisborough Green on 21 August 1863. It is not known for certain that George Wells was the father of George Luff and no DNA evidence has been discovered yet that would link to him or any Wells ancestors.
George Luff Top of the page
George was born on 24 December 1815 at The Poor House, Billingshurst, he was the son of Sarah LUFF and George WELLS. Sarah was single and living in Billingshurst when she became pregnant with George and on 7 September 1815 a Bastardy Bond was issued at Wisborough Green naming George Wells, servant, as the putative father of Sarah’s child. Sarah baptised her son George at Wisborough Green on 21 January 1816 under the name LUFF. A day earlier another bond had been issued at Wisborough Green stating that a male child born in The Poor house Billinghurst 24 December 1815 to Sarah LUFT (Luff) single woman again naming George WELLS af putative father. A month later on 19 February 1816 Sarah LUFF and George WELLS were married at Wisborough Green. As far as is known there were no other children born to this couple.
On 5 August 1833 George married Francis (Fanny) Beer COVEY at Petworth, Sussex. George and Fanny had 11 children: Ebenezer, James, Rosetta, Francis (Fanny) Matilda, Sarah Ann, Emma, Jane, George, Lucy Ellen and Joseph. In 1841 George and Fanny are living at Banchott, Broadland with three children and George is working as an agricultural labourer. One child Rosetta, born in 1838 died the following year. In 1851 George is still working as an agricultural labourer and the address is given as Brooklands Loxwood Road and they have six children living with them, The eldest, Ebenezer is also working as a farm labourer. In 1861 they have three children living with them at Brook Land and also Fanny’s mother Sarah KITCHENER aged 77 a widow and pauper. George died in 1870 and was buried at Wisborough Green on 11 April that year. In 1871 Fanny has moved in with her brother William KITCHENER a widower and agricultural labourer. William has three children, John, Sarah and Charlotte. Fanny’s children George and Joseph, both agricultural labourers are living there too plus Fanny’s mother Sarah Kitchener and her brother James also an agricultural labourer. Visiting with them are Fanny’s daughter Fanny Matilda HANSEL with her three children, Edward, George and Albert Henry. In 1881 Fanny is back at Brookland working as a housekeeper for Charles GREENFIELD. In 1891 she is living at Oakhurst, Kirdford with her son George and his family. Fanny died in 1901 at Horsham.
Children of George Luff and Frances Beer Covey Top of the page
Ebenezer see Ebenezer Luff
James was baptised at Wisborough Green on 2 August 1835 and appears with his family at Buckshott Brooklands in 1841, Little else is known about James except that he is recorded in 1871 census living at Grovenor Yard Newmarket and working as a Jockey. He married a lady named Sarah who was born in France and had two children George (1865) and Sarah (1870) both born in France.
Rosetta was baptised at Wisborough Green on the 4 March 1838. She died the following year and was buried at Wisborough Green on 18 August 1839.
Frances (Fanny) Matilda was baptised at Wisborough Green on 8 March 1840. She appears on the 1841 and 1851 census living with her family at Bankshott Brooklands. In 1861 she is working as a servant cook to William Reynolds ROGERS at Burchett Wisborough Green. On 5 Octobert 1862 she married Edward HANSELL at Portsea, Hampshire. Fanny and Edward had eight children: Edward, George, Albert Henry, William Arthur, Frederick Joseph, Sidney Douglas, Lilian May and Lucy F. In 1971 Fanny is recorded as a visitor at Nazareth, Wisborough Green along with three children Edward, George and Albert Henry all born at Portsea, Hampshire. Head of the house is her Uncle, William KITCHENER, a widower working as an agricultural labourer and his three children John, Sarah and Charlotte. Also living there is Fanny’s Uncle James KITCHENER and her grandmother Sarah KITCHENER and her mother Fanny LUFF and two brothers George and Joseph. In 1881 and 1891 Fanny is living at 61 Maitland Street Portsea. Edward is working as a labourer in 1881 and an iron ship riveter in 1891. Fanny died in 1892 at Portsea. Fanny’s grandson, Edward HANSELL served first in the R.N. as an officer’s cook and then at the commencement of WWI he attested for the RAMC and served from August 1914 to April 1919. Fanny’s Grandson, Percival Austin John HANSELL, also served with the Royal Navy this time in WWII. He was lost at sea on 12 December 1943 when HMS Holcombe was sunk by a torpedo fired from a German U-boat off the coast of Algeria. At the time the Holcombe was searching for survivors from another warship sunk by torpedo. Percival is commemorated on the Royal Navy Monument in Portsmouth. Gravesite Details Engine Room Artificer 4th Class, Royal Navy. Age: 21. Another Grandson George Frederick HANSELL also died in WWI He was a gunner in The Royal Field Artillery and was killed in action 22 July 1916 France and Flanders Previous to this George had served in the Royal Navy as a cook’s mate from 9 October 1911 to 10 November 1913. He had served on HMS Victory, HMS Britannia HMS Minerva II and HMS Dido II Buried at Quarry Cemetery Montauban II K 3 France.
Sarah Ann was baptised at Wisbourough Green on 27 March 1842 She appears in the 1851 census living in at Brooklands. She married Albert THAYRE at Wisborough Green on 23 August 1862, they had five children: Alice, Albert, Allen, Ann and Mercy. In 1871 Sarah and Albert are living in a cottage at Wisborough Green and Albert is working as an agricultural labourer. In 1874 when their daughter Ann was baptised at Loxwood their address recorded as Headfolds Wood Common. By 1881 they are living in New Pound and Albert’s occupation is given as a hoopmaker, they have 4 children with them and their son Albert is also a hoopmaker. In 1891 their daughters Mercy and Ethel are living with them at Newpound and Albert is still occupied as a hoopmaker. The ages of Mercy and Ethel are both given as four years old though They are still living at Newpound in 1901 and Albert is still a hoopmaker, their daughter Ethel aged 24 and granddaughter Annie THAYRE aged 3 born Furnace, Sussex are living with them. Sarah died in 1907 and in 1911 Albert is living alone at Newpound recorded as an old aged pensioner and farm labourer. He died in 1928.
Emma was baptised at Wisborough Green on 1 December 1844. She was 8 years old when she died and was buried at Wisborough Green on 16 May 1852.
Jane was baptised at Wisborough green on 8 October 1848. She is living with her family at Brooklands in 1851 and in 1861 she is with her mother staying with her aunt in Portsea, Hampshire. In 1871 she is working as a domestic cook in Billingshurst.
George was baptised on 13 July 1851 at Wisborough Green. He is living there with them at Brooklands in 1851 and 1861. In 1871 is with his mother at Nazareth staying with his uncle and family after his father had died. In 1877 he married Mary Ann GREENFIELD at Petworth. In 1881 he is lodging with Job and Jane MITCHELL at White House Farm and working as a labourer. In 1891 he is living at Oakhurst Kirdford with wife and five children plus mother and in 1901 he is a carter still living at Oakhurst his cousin John HANSELL 63 Navy pensioner is also living with them. In 1911 he is recorded as living at Oakhurst Cottage Plaistow and working as a carter on a farm. He and Mary Ann have been married for 33 Years and have had 5 children 3 still living. Mary Ann Died in 1925. George died in Surrey County Hospital Guildford on 26 March 1930 he left Effects of £283 6s 6d.
Lucy was baptised at Wisborough Green on 5 June 1853. In 1861 she is living with her family at Brooklands but by 1871 is working as a domestic servant to Sarah COFFIN at Mill House, Pulborough, Sussex. The 1881 census records her working at The Stores in Warnham and she remains there for the rest of her life. In 1881 the Stores are owned by Joseph LINDFIELD, grocer. Lucy and her sister Ellen are both living there Lucy as a grocer's assistant but no occupation is given for Ellen. There are 10 people entered as living in the household with Joseph Lindfield one of them being George POTTER ( the stores were at one time known as Lindfield and Potter) The stores are quite large and employ many people and most of them seem to live on the premises too. In 1891 there are 13 people in the household including William BOOKER a shopman and general assistant. They were part of an Evangelistic movement called the “Cokelers” (Warnham Society) 2 links needed here. 1901 her job is described as grocery clerk. Her sister Ellen is now working as a Drapers clerk and her niece Ellen as a stock room maid. There are 22 people in the household but not William Booker although several other members of the Booker family are living and working there. In 1911 the store in Warnham is now known as Lindfield Luff and Co Ltd. Lucy is recorded as head of the household of 19 people and also store manageress and director of the company. William Booker is also a director and furniture buyer. Ellen is company secretary. Lucy died in 1937 in Warnham and after her death probate is granted to William BOOKER furniture buyer, she left effects of £366 8s 8d.
Ellen was born on 1 October 1855 and baptised at Wisborough Green on 2 December 1855. In 1861 she is living at Brooklands with her family and in 1871 at the General Stores in Warnham with her sister Lucy who is working there as a grocers assistant to Joseph LINDFIELD. In 1876 the store known then as Lindfield and Potter was part of an Evangelistic movement known as the Cokelers. By 1881 Ellen is also working at the store, now known as Lindfield and Co. as a grocers assistant but in 1891 she is working as a drapers assistant to Charles and Louisa TAYLOR at 29 The High Street Croydon. She is back at the Warnham Stores in 1901 though this time working as a drapery clerk, the store is by now known as Lindfield and Luff and by 1911 as Lindfield Luff and Co Ltd. Ellen’s occupation is recorded as secretary and she is living in the household of 19 along with her sister Lucy and William BOOKER both directors of the company. Ellen is retired by 1939 but she is still living at the stores along with William Booker and 18 others. Ellen died in 1949.
Joseph was baptised at Wisborough Green on 2 May 1858 and in 1861 is living with his parents at Brooklands. In 1871 he is with his widowed mother living with his uncle at Nazareth. In 1878 he married Jane Sarah SADLER at Petworth, Jane already had one child Ernest George. In 1881 he is working as a warehouseman at Church Row and he and Jane have a son of their own Joseph James. He is still living in the village and working as a warehouseman in 1891 but has another son Percy. In 1901 his address at Wisborough Green is given as Shops Storerooms and Stables and his occupation as grocer’s porter. The cencus of 1911 records that he is a grocer carman and has been married to Jane for 33 years and they have had 3 children. Joseph died in 1944 and Jane in 1947.
Ebenezer Luff Top of the page
Ebenezer was baptised at Wisborough Green, Sussex on 3 November 1833. he was the son of George LUFF and Frances (Fanny) Beer COVEY. In 1841 he is living with his parents, brother and sister at Banchott Brooklands, Wisborough Green. They are still there in 1851 except for James and there are now three more sisters and another brother. Ebenezer is working as an agricultural labourer. Later that year on 25 October Ebenezer marries Caroline EAMES at Brockham, Surrey, the bride and groom are both under full age. Witnesses to the wedding are John EAMES, probably Caroline’s brother and Ellen MORE. By 1861 the couple have set up home at Park Pail, Betchworth and have four children: Ebenezer, James, John and George. Also living with them is Caroline’s brother William aged 10 and a scholar. Ebenezer is described as an agricultural labourer in the 1871 census, they are still living at Park Pail, Cottage 2 and now have 6 sons (James, George, Henry, Joseph, Charles and Arthur) living with them plus and one daughter Mary. Caroline’s brother William is still living with them and is also working as an agricultural labourer. By 1881 the family have moved to Bathbury, Betchworth. Ebenezer is again described as a carter. They have Joseph, Charles, Arthur and Mary still living with them plus two more sons Albert and Martin and two more daughters Annie and Emma. Joseph is working as a stockman while Charles and Arthur are both Carter boy apprentices, William Eames is also still living with them, he is now 31 unmarried and working as a bricklayer’s labourer. They have moved to Crab Hill Farm, Nutfield, Surrey by 1891. Ebenezer is now a farm bailiff and living with them are Arthur (cowman) Martin ( agricultural labourer) Annie aged 14 and a grandson, John LUFF, aged 6 born in Betchworth. In 1901 they are living at Ridge Green Farm, Nutfield with Martin (general farm labourer) grandson John working as a domestic gardener and marked as visitors are Annie and her husband William COSHAM, a bricklayers labourer, and their two children Annie and Charles. Ebenezer is once again working as a carter on a farm. Caroline died early in 1911 and was buried at South Nutfield on 21 January. On the 1911 census William is recorded as a widower living withnhis daughter Emma and her husband William SNELLING and their two daughters at Trindles Road, South Nutfield. Ebenezer died in 1918.
Children of Ebenezer Luff and Caroline Eames Top of the page
Ebenezer born 1852 and baptised at Christ Church Brockham Green on 30 January 1853. Ebenezer was 12 years old when he died. He was buried at Betchworth St Michael on 30 July 1865.
James was baptised at Christ Church Brockham Green on 24 November 1854 In 1861 and 1871 he is recorded on the census with his parents at Park Pail in 1871 he is working as an agricultural labourer. In 1881 he is a cowman lodging with Emily SHRIMPTON at Church Street Leatherhead and is still there in 1891. On 9 October 1894 he married Sarah RUGMAN at Reigate and in 1901 they are living at Harvest Road Egham and James is working as a gardener. Sarah died in 1904 and is buried at Nutfield. In 1911 James is a patient in a convalescent home at East Blatchington, Sussex he was recorded as being aged 56 married and a farm labourer. He died in 1913.
John was baptised at Betchworth on 26 October 1856. He was 8 years old when he died. He was buried at Betchworth on 8 December 1864.
George William was baptised at Brockham Green on 9 February 1858. He is living with his parents and siblings at Park Pale in 1861 and 1871. In 1881 he is a lodger at Root Hill Betchworth living with Benjamin RAPLEY and his wife Elizabeth and children George and Mary. He is working as a bricklayers labourer. On 11 February 1882 at Brockham Green he married Mary RAPLEY witnesses to the marriage were Benjamin RAPLEY and Caroline LUFF. By 1891 George is a widower, Mary died in 1886. George is working as an agricultural labourer and lodging with his brother Charles, Charles’ wife Alice and Charles’ son Charles. George’s son, George aged 8 and a scholar is living there and George and Charles’ other brother Joseph working as an agricultural labourer. In 1901 George is lodging with Jane CHARMAN at Brockenhamhurst and working as a farm labourer he is recorded as being single. I believe George died in 1909. He and Mary had two sons George and John. George died in 1916. He joined the 8th Battalion Queens Royal West Surrey Regiment Service No. G/6615. George’s death is recorded as 3 September 1916 so possibly on the last day of the Battle of Delville Wood. He is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial Pier 5D and 6D. John also enlisted in the Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regiment. He was a private in the 10th battalion Service No. 10110. He died in France on 28th April 1918 and is buried at Esquelbecq Military Cemetery Grave Ref I.A. 40.
Henry was baptised at Brockham, Surrey on 29 June 1862. In 1871 he is living with his parents and siblings at Park Pail, by 1881 he is working as a farm servant for Alfred LEE at Chart Square. In 1884 he married Lily Edith Alice HAYLOCK at Reigate. They had six children: Henry, Lily, Henrietta, Eva, Ivy and Raymond. In 1891 Henry and Lily are living at 55 St Mary’s Road, Reigate and he is working as a farmer. In 1901 the family are living at 2 Lynn Cottages Mid Street Nutfield and Henry is a butcher of his own account. Lily died and was buried at Nutfield on 23 July 1909. The 1911 census records Henry as a widower and butcher living at Mid Street with Eva, Ivy and Raymond. He later married Evelyn May CRAWFORD, on the 18 November 1912, Evelyn was half his age. They had one child together Frances E. born in 1913 at Reigate. Henry died on 29 August 1927 at Nutfield and was buried there on 3 September 1927. In 1939 census Evelyn is living on her own at Mid Street.
Joseph was baptised at Brockham Green on 29 April 1863. In 1871 he is living with his family at Park Pale in 1881 he is working as a stockman on a farm at Bathbury Betchworth. In 1891 he is back at Park Pail living with his brother Charles also living with them is another brother, George. He is still lodging with Charles and his family in 1901 working as an agricultural labourer. In 1911 he is boarding at Mid Street Nuthurst with William and Annie COSHAM. aged 49 single and working as a cowman on a farm. Annie is his sister. His brother Martin is also boarding with them. In 1939 he is living with his sister Emma and her husband and daughter at 25 Trindles Road Godstone. He is described as an invalid. Joseph died in Surrey on the 14 January 1946 and was buried on 18 January that year.
Alfred was born in 1864 at Brockham but died shortly after birth.
Charles was baptised at Brockham on 26 August 1866. In 1871 he is living with his parents at Park Pail. In 1881 he is still living with his parents but working as an agricultural carter boy. Charles married Alice SEARLE on 11 November 1888 at Westcott, Surrey. Charles and Alice had eight children: Charles, Gertrude, Elsie, Ebenezer, Albert, Alice, Evelyn and Henry. In 1891 he is living with his family at Pond Pail Farm and working as an agricultural labourer also livng there with them is brother Joseph and brother George plus George’s son George. In 1901 the family are at Bushenbury Farm and Charles is working as a farm labourer. Joseph, his brother is still living with him plus his nephew George. 1911 see the family living at Felton’s Farm Brockham and Charles is still working as a farm labourer The census records that he and Alice have been married for 22 years and have had 8 children, 7 still living. Their son Albert Ernest was killed in action France 6 September 1918 Charles died on 18 May 1934 and was buried at Dorking on 22 May 1934, Alice died in 1948, she is recorded as being incapacitated in the 1939 census , a widow living with her daughter Gertrude PEARCE at Elm Grove Lodge Dorking.
Arthur was born on 31 August 1867 at Brockham. He is recorded on the 1871 census with his parents at Park Pail and in 1871 is working as an agricultural carter boy. In 1881 he has moved with his parents to Crab Hill Farm Nutfield and working as a cowman. On the 27 November 1895 he married Emily Jane LUCAS at Nutfield. They had one son Arthur Victor Lucas LUFFborn in 1897. In 1901 Arthur is working as a collector and salesman living at 10 Albert Cottages Trindle Road Nutfield but has moved to 4 Yatton Close Horley by 1911 and is working as a sewing machine salesman. He has been married for 25 years and has one son. In 1939 he and Emily have moved to 2 Cypress Villas Dorking and he is recorded as a retired salesman He was buried in Dorking on 5 July 1952.
Mary Caroline see Mary Caroline
Albert was born on 25 April 1871 at Brockham Green and baptised in the church there the following month on 28 May. He is living with his family at Bathbury in 1881 and working as an agricultural carter. In 1890 he enlisted in the Royal West Surrey Regiment, his Service No was 2974 and on the 18912 census he is recorded as a soldier in the 1st Battalion Queens Own Royal West Surrey Regiment at Aldershot Barracks, Hampshire. On 25 September 1895 he married Mary Ann Sutton STOROLD at Nutfield. At that time he was working as a groom and living at Crabs Hill South Nutfield. Albert and Mary had four children: Elsie, Mary, Dorothy and Albert.. In 1901 they are living at St Johns Road, Earlswood, Reigate and Albert is working as a gas maker. They are still living at the same address in 1911 but Albert’s occupation is recorded as gas operator for the Redhill Gas Company. He and Mary have been married for 16 years and have 4 children. In 1939 they have moved to 89 Earlswood Road and occupation water gas operator. Albert died in 1959, Mary died in 1963.
Emma was born 24 April 1872 and baptised at Brockham on 30 April, she may have been a poorly baby as she was baptised privately on that date and a note in the Parish Register states that she was received into the church on 30 June 1872. In 1881 she is living with her family at Bushbury but in 1891 is working as a domestic servant kitchen maid to William Frederick Ernest SEYMOUR Major General in the Army. They are living at Dover Castle Military Barracks. Emma married William SNELLING, a carman, at Nutfield on 19th October 1898 and they had two daughters Rose May Caroline and Daisy Winifred. In 1901 Emma and William are living at Mid Street Cottages with their first child and William’s occupation is recorded as a carman. By 1911 they have moved to Trindles Road South Nutfield and are living there with their two daughters and Emma’s father, , a widower aged 80. William is working as a carter for a coal merchant. They are still at 25 Trindles Road in 1939, William is now working as a farm labourer and their daughter Rose is living with them as well as two of Emma’s brothers Joseph and Martin. William died in 1945 and Emma in 1950.
Martin was born on 22 August 1874 and baptised at Brockham, Surrey on 25 October 1874. In 1881 he is living with his family at Bathbury. In 1891 he is still living with his parents now at Crab Hill Farm South Nutfield. In 1911 he boarding at Mid Street Nutfield with William and Annie COSHAM. Annie is his sister. He is aged 36 single and working as a general labourer. His brother Joseph is also boarding with them. In 1939 he is at 25 Trindles Road Godstone working as a sewage engineer retired living with his sister and brother in law Emma and William SNELLING also living there is his brother Joseph. Martin never married or had children. He died in 1949.
Annie was born on 16 June 1876. She was privately baptized at Brockham on 13 July 1876 and received into the church the following month on 27 August. In 1881 she is a scholar living with her parents at Bathbury Betchworth. In 1891 she is living with them at Crab Hill Farm Nutfield. Annie married William Thomas COSHAM on 8 May 1898 at Nutfield and in and in 1901 they are living with Ebenezer and Caroline at Ridge Green Farm Nutfield, they have two children. In 1911 they are living at Mid Street, Nutfield. William is a quarryman at The Fuller's Earth Works. They have been married for 13 years and have 6 children: Annie, Charles, Ellen Irene, William, Ethel and Albert . Also living with them are two of Annie's brothers Joseph and Martin. In 1939 their address ig given as 25 Mid Street. William is working as a private gardener and their son Albert is still living with them. Annie was 99 years old when she died in 1975 in Crawley.
Mary Caroline Luff Top of the page
Mary Caroline was born on 31 March 1869 at Betchworth, Surrey, the daughter of Ebenezer LUFF and Caroline EAMES. She was baptised at Brockham, Surrey on 30 May 1869. In 1871 she is living with her parents in the second of two cottages on Park Pail, Betchworth. In 1881 she is a scholar living with her family at Bathbury, Betchworth. An entry in Alford School register of 8 January 1885 records that a complaint was received about Mary Luff being put outside during the dinner hour. The teacher states that the children break things in the school and can’t be trusted. Another entry in on 7 December 1886 records that Mary Luff was withdrawn from school for service but on 27 August 1888 she is admitted to South Holmwood school coming there from Oakwood school. LINK In the 1891 census she is living with the Blackbourne family at Bookers Lee, Alfold, Surrey and working there as a housemaid. On 22 September 1900 at South Nutfield, Mary married George Samuel CREASY. (see Creasy Family Page) The witnesses to the marriage were Martin LUFF, Mary’s brother and Melinda CREASY, George’s sister. Mary and George made their home at Springfield, London Road, Reigate where George worked as a domestic gardener. In 1901 their son Edward was born but he only lived a short time and died that same year. On 3 October 1902 another son, Reginald George was born. They baptised him privately at St Mark’s Reigate on 1 December 1902. Their elder daughter Margery Mary was born on 16 June 1905. I cannot find a baptism record for Margery. The younger daughter, Winifred Daisy was born on 11 July 1907. Winifred was baptised at St Mark’s Reigate on the 8 September 1907 by which time the family were living at The Cottage Forfield, Reigate. By 1911 they have moved again and are now living at 14 Reigate Heath. George is working as a jobbing gardener and they state that they have been married for 10 years and have had four children, three still living. In 1930 the family are living at 14 East Road, Reigate. Reg married and left home in 1930. Winifred married in 1933 and shortly after this George became ill and died on 10 May 1934. Mary and Margery continued to live at 14 East Road and in 1939 Winifred’s husband James G. CAMPBELL is marked as head of the household. He and Winifred have two children Brian and Barry by this time. James is a garage hand (maintenance) for London Passenger Transport Board, Winifred and Mary are recorded as unpaid domestic duties, Margery as paid domestic duties and Brian and Barry as scholars. Mary was still resident at 14 East Street at the time of her death in 1953 and Margery continued to live there until her death in 1976.
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|Brooklands Farm, Wisborough Green||Brooklands, Wisborough Green|
|The Church at Kirdford||The Churchyard at Kirdford|
|14 East Road, Reigate - last home of Mary Caroline Creasy (LUFF)||Crab Hill Farm Nutfield looking much like it probably did when Ebenezer LUFF and later his daughter Annie with her hudsband William COSHAM lived there. Illustration taken from Nutfield Link|