or Changed Narratives provides a list
of all recent changes.
|7 Jan 2007
This What's New section is now replaced by the Uridge Blog. This will provide details of the activities of the Euridge, Uridge, One-Name Study. As this is dynamic way of updating the website it means researchers can instantly see their latest information supplied to us. The text is fully searchable, and blogs are linked together.
A Blog means WeB Log. For a definition of Blog.
This also means that I can update the narratives more often as I do not have to maintain the What's New page, which is very time consuming.
For information on the changes in the narratives section, see New or Changed Narratives.
|19 Apr 2006
Created a Blog, to enable dynamic updating of the day-to-day activities of the Uridge, Euridge One-Name Study.
Additional resource: Arlene Parkinson from Alberta, Canada researching her grandparents Francis URIDGE, and Alice Louisa GODLIMAN. Francis and Alice who immigrated to Alberta, Canada in 1911.
Francis, also known as Edward Francis was the great-grandson of George URIDGE (1764-1839) and Frances LANE of Sheppey.
||Birth certificate of Ernest URIDGE, kindly provided by Margaret Luby.
||Additional information provided by Margaret Luby, researching the family of George James URIDGE.
|Additional resource: James Chapman researching Harry Robert TOLER who married Emily URIDGE, in 1919 in the Croydon area.
||Additional information provided by Michael Gould, including the marriage certificate, and death certificate of Helen REYNOLDS nee URIDGE, who lived in Western Australia, and Ireland.
|Additional resource: Margaret Luby, researching the family of George James URIDGE, and his wife Ellen Emily. George and Ellen lived in the Acton area in the early 1900s. However, it is thought that they may have lived abroad, as the children are not listed in the GRO birth indexes, and the family has not been found in the 1901 census.
Additional resource: John Wheeler researching the family of Mabel Louise URIDGE, who married Ernest Edward WHEELER in 1896.
John has kindly provided the birth and death certicates of Mabel. Also her husband Ernest's birth certificate and her son Arthur's birth certificate. Also the marriage certificate of her parents Joshua URIDGE and Frances LANGRISH.
John has also provided a photograph that is assumed to be of Mabel. However this needs to be verified.
|Additional resource: Stephen Hale researching Stephen CHANDLER. Stephen's nephew Joseph CHANDLER married Jane URIDGE, in 1851. Jane was the daughter of Henry URIDGE and Elizabeth SMYTH.
Marriage transcripts from Camberwell registration district, kindly provided by Marion Harper Hopkins and Peter Copsey, as part of the Marriage Challenge run by the Guild of One-Name Studies.
This valuable information related to the marriage of Lewis Thomas URIDGE and Hannah BLOOMFIELD in 1911. Originally it was thought that Hannah married Lewis' brother Edward. The transcript proved differently.
Also the marriage of Edward WILKINSON and Louisa EURIDGE in 1887.
|Additional resource: Hilary Grant-Nelson
researching the family of Sarah
POTTER, who married Edgar
URIDGE on 30 Oct 1831 in Limpsfield, Surrey.
Hilary has provided a draft transcript of
the Sarah's will, and the will and draft transcript
of Sarah's father William
POTTER. For more details see the Wills
section. Sincere thanks for Hilary for
providing these documents which list all Sarah's
|Information on Douglas
James Gibbins URIDGE is detailed on Paul
Nixon's website Chailey
1914-1918. Paul's website tells the story
of ordinary people flung together by extraordinary
events. It is the story about a village community
during the First World War: Chailey, in what
is now East Sussex. It is also the story of
a group of indomitable women who ran two voluntary
hospitals there, the patients who passed through
their hospital doors and the men and women
of Chailey who readily volunteered to do ‘their
bit’ when their country called.
|Additional information on Thomas
URIDGE kindly transcribed by Judith Batt.
Thomas was admitted into Wellington Hospital,
New Zealand in 1878.