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1 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. PEPYS, S.G.L. (I365)
 
2

1824 - 14th January Will proved in London 
KITTON, Samuel (I00032)
 
3

1861 --- MARRIAGE to William George Gayford - Forehoe District Q1 - vol 4b / page 287 (GRO Index)

1861 --- CENSUS - Living at the Railway Station, Norwich Trowse, Carrow and Bracondale, Norfolk (www.ancestry.com)

William Gayford - Head - Married - age 27 - working as a Clerk at the Railway Station born in Attleborough
Thirza Gayford - Wife - Married - age 26 - born in Edmonton, Middlesex

1871 
TITCHMARSH, Thirza (I0881)
 
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1891
CENSUS - Living at 86 Marine Parade, Broadwater, Sussex
William Gayford - Head - Married - age 46 - Wine Merchant - born in Bloomsbury, London
Louisa Gayford - Wife - Married - age 35 - born in West Indies (British Subject)
Ernest Gayford - Son - age 12 - Scholar - born in Paddington, London
Charles Gayford - Son - age 9 - Scholar - born in Paddington, London
Marie Gayford - Daughter - age 7 - Scholar - born in Paddington, London
CHRISTINE GAYFORD - Daugfhter - age 3 - Scholar - born in Paddington, London
Daisy Bedford - Servant - Single - age 18 - Governess, School - born in Surrey
Edith Welham - Servant - Single - age 19 - Domestic Servant - born in Stowmarket, Suffolk

1901
CENSUS - Living at 46 Lancaster Gate, St John Paddington, London
Walter H Gayford - Head - Married - age 50 - Wine Merchant - born in London
Margaret Gayford - Wife - Married - age 38 - born in Hayti, English Subject
Ernest Gayford - Son - Single - age 22 - Clerk to Wine Merchant (Father) - born in London
Marie A Gayford - Daughter - Single - age 17 - born in London
MARIE C GAYFORD - Daughter - Single - age 13 - born in London
Douglas Bryon Gayford - Son - Single - age 2 - born in London
Christina Clamp - Servant - Single - age 40 - Cook Domestic - born in London
Julien Daversin - Servant - Single - age 28 - Baker - born in Switzerland
Edith G Symes - Servant - Single - age 28 - Nurse - born in Tauton, Somerset
Mary Hannaford - Servant - Single - age 28 - Housemaid - North Taunton, Devon
Francs M Hill - Servant - Single - age 25 - Useful Maid - born in Middle Rasin, Lincolnshire
Ellen A Blake - Servant - Single - age 19 - Housemaid - born in London
Emma Stannard - Servant - Single - age 20 - Kitchenmaid - born in Witheringset, Suffolk 
GAYFORD, Marie Christine (I191)
 
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Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle (Issue 2362)

11th January 1845

West Sussex Epiphany Sessions - Thursday January 2nd

Thomas Shawer, sailor and Charles Madgwick, labourer for stealing at Newfishbourne, seven bushels of flour, the property of James Hayllar and Thomas Hayllar - Shawer, two months to labour and Madgwick (having been convicted before of felony), ten years transportation. 
MADGWICK, Charles (I2170)
 
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1833 --- BAPTISM - 23 September - Attleborough, Norfolk (www.familysearch.org)(Parish Records)

1841 --- CENSUS - Living in Market Street Common, Attleborough, Norfolk (www.ancestry.com)

John Clark - age 63 - Maltster - born in County
Maria Cooke - age 47 - Housekeeper - born in County
Maria Cooke - age 20 - born in County
WILLIAM GAYFORD - aged 7 - born in County


1851 --- CENSUS - Living in White Horse Street, Attleborough, Norfolk (www.ancestry.com)

Maria Cooke - Head - Married - age 62 - late Housekeeper - born in Alby, Norfolk
Maria Cooke - Daughter - Single - age 31 - Dressmaker - born in Blofield, Norfolk
Frederic Cooke - Grandson - Single - age 14 - Scholar - born in Attleborough, Norfolk
Fanny Cooke - Grandaughter - Single - age 2 - born in Attleborough, Norfolk
WILLIAM GAYFORD - Grandson - aged 17 - Railway Clerk - born in Attleborough, Norfolk
John Clarke - Visitor - Single - age 73 - Late Farmer - born in Attleborough, Norfolk


1861 --- MARRIAGE to Thirza Titchmarsh - Forehoe District Q1 - vol 4b / page 287 (GRO Marriage Index)

1861 --- CENSUS - Living at the Railway Station, Norwich Trowse, Carrow and Bracondale, Norfolk (www.ancestry.com)

William Gayford - Head - Married - age 27 - working as a Clerk at the Railway Station born in Attleborough
Thirza Gayford - Wife - Married - age 26 - born in Edmonton, Middlesex

1862 --- DEATH - Norwich District Q4 - vol 4b / page 94 (GRO Index) 
GAYFORD, William George (I0053)
 
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1841
CENSUS
Ref: HO107/781/20
Living at: The Village, East Wretham, Norfolk, England
Henry Gayford - Male - Age 45 - Ag Lab - Born in County
Martha Gayford - Female - Age 40 - Born in County
Mary Ann Gayford - Female - Age 14 - Born in County
HENRY GAYFORD - Male - Age 12 - Born in County
Martha Gayford - Female - Age 10 - Born in County
Sarah Gayford - Female - Age 7 - Born in County
Benjamin Gayford - Male - Age 5 - Born in County
George Gayford - Male - Age 2 - Born in County
Elizabeth White - Female - Age 70 - Born in County
 
GAYFORD, Henry (I23)
 
8 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. GAYFORD, J.K. (I372)
 
9 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. GAYFORD, T. (I00166)
 
10 (Cheltenham District Q1) birth SCARROTT, Moses (I0341)
 
11 (Henstead District Q3)birth

1891
CENSUS - Living at The Vineyards, Bracon Ash, Norfolk
Joseph Watts Church - Head - Married - age 41 - Market Gardener and Farmer - born in Bracon Ash, Norfolk
Bessie Helen Church - Wife - Married - age 31 - born in Guestwick, Norfolk
Sydney Geo Church - Son - age 8 - Scholar - born in Bracon Ash, Norfolk
Helen Kate Church - Daughter - age 7 - Scholar - born in Bracon Ash, Norfolk
Ella Alice Church - Daughter - age 5 - Scholar - born in Bracon Ash, Norfolk
KATHLEEN MAY CHURCH - Daughter - age 3 - born in Bracon Ash, Norfolk
Dorothy Gayford Church - Daughter - age 1 - born in Bracon Ash, Norfolk
Edith Mary Butler - Governess - Single - age 20 - Governess - born in Norwich, Norfolk
Pauline King - Servant - Single - age 18 - General Servant Domestic - born in Norwich, Norfolk
Ada Canham - Servant - Single - age 16 - Nursemaid Domestic - born in Bracon Ash, Norfolk 
CHURCH, Kathleen May (I0931)
 
12 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. SCARROTT, A.E. (I0344)
 
13 (Cheltenham District Q1) birth
(Cheltenham District Q4)death 
SCARROTT, Rose-Anna (I0345)
 
14 (Cheltenham District Q1)birth SCARROTT, Minnie (I0348)
 
15 (Cheltenham District Q2) birth SCARROTT, Oliver William (I0343)
 
16 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. SCARROTT, M.S. (I0349)
 
17 (Cheltenham District Q4) birth SCARROTT, Seurenda Liberty (I0346)
 
18 (Cheltenham District Q4) birth SCARROTT, Edward Alfred (I0347)
 
19 (Taken from www.cleugh.com about the Harding Family)

Ursula grew up to be a beautiful young woman and married a very successful, very rich, advertising photographer, Jack Blake, but they had no children. 
GAYFORD, Ursula Louise (I360)
 
20 (Taken from www.cleugh.com about the Harding Family)

Sybil (who for reasons nobody knows was always called 'Boosie' - yet she didn't drink!) married Aubrey Pyke. They were a large, colourful and vivacious couple known for their culinary prowess, producing the most exquisite mealsï¿¿ but no children!
 
GAYFORD, Sybil Esperansa (I361)
 
21 (Taken from www.cleugh.com about the Harding Family.)

Edward and Amy Harding were a typical upper middle class English family of the late 19th Century. He had a business in the City, 'Toplis & Harding' and Amy was a devoted wife. They had two children: a very handsome son, Graham and an exceedingly plain daughter, Gertrude.

One summer they took a house, as was customary, at Frinton; the family who had taken the neighbouring house were none other than the Count and Countess Maximilian Hollender. With them were their two sons Vivian and Bertie, aged twenty-two and twenty respectively and their daughter Dorothea 'Dolly' who was seventeen years old.

Inevitably the two families became acquainted and an invitation to take tea at the Hollender house was shortly proffered and accepted. Dolly had spent almost every day at the garden gate and had been finally rewarded when she caught sight of Graham striding towards her, immaculately attired for a game of cricket. Over six foot, blonde and with bright blue eyes… Dolly fell instantly in love!

The tea party was a great success and, cordial relations having been established between the two houses, Dolly was able to, more or less discreetly, persue her heart's desire.

Only a few months later Ted Harding had a fatal heart attack and Graham found himself head of his father's firm at the age of only twenty-six. To his great dismay he discovered that the firm was practically bankrupt, not as a result of unsuccessful business practice but, rather, to Ted's inability to match his spending to his income. Ted Harding had always lived comfortably, entertained lavishly, kept a carriage and pair and rarely missed a race meeting.

After carefully considering the situation Graham reached a daring conclusion. He would marry Dolly Hollender, borrow £2000 from his future father-in-law and put the company back on its feet. He achieved all his objectives.

Graham's sister Gertrude married Ernest Gayford and duly produced three daughters, Ursula, Sybil and Diana. Where her mother was plain, Ursula grew up to be a beautiful young woman and married a very successful, very rich, advertising photographer, Jack Blake, but they had no children.

Sybil (who for reasons nobody knows was always called 'Boosie' - yet she didn't drink!) married Aubrey Pyke. They were a large, colourful and vivacious couple known for their culinary prowess, producing the most exquisite meals… but no children!

The third daughter Diana married Charles Chabot – related to the famous aviator Chabot; they had one son. But he too has no children so it is only through Graham Harding that the family line continues.

Graham & Dorothea Harding  
HARDING, Gertrude Winifred (I359)
 
22 (Taken from www.cleugh.com about the Harding Family.)

The third daughter Diana married Charles Chabot – related to the famous aviator Chabot; they had one son. But he too has no children  
GAYFORD, Diana Naomi (I362)
 
23 (Walsingham District Q1) BUTLER, Florence M (I0908)
 
24 (Winslow District Q1)birth TURNER, Frederick (I1171)
 
25 (Winslow District Q2)(3a/438) TURNER, Joseph (I1162)
 
26 (Winslow District Q2)birth TURNER, Ethel (I1166)
 
27 (Winslow District Q2)birth TURNER, Arthur (I1169)
 
28 (Winslow District Q2)birth TURNER, Clara (I1172)
 
29 (Winslow District Q2)birth(3a/525) TURNER, Edith (I1170)
 
30 (Winslow District Q3)birth TURNER, William George (I1158)
 
31 (Winslow District Q4)birth TURNER, Emily (I1442)
 
32 (Winslow District Q4)birth TURNER, Gertrude (I1443)
 
33 ),( GAYFORD, Frank Leslie (I1189)
 
34 1757 - 23 October
CHRISTENING - John son of John Nash and Catherine his wife was baptized October 23rd 1757 (Beachampton Parish Register) 
NASH, John (I0445)
 
35 1760 - 15th June
CHRISTENING - Ann daughter of John Nash and Catherine his wife was baptized June 15th (Beachampton Parish Register)

1762 - 1st Jan
BURIAL - Ann Nash buried Jan 1st (Beachampton Parish Register) 
NASH, Ann (I0448)
 
36 1762 - 11th Apr
CHRISTENING - Samuel son of John Nash and Catherine his wife was baptized April 11th 1762
 
NASH, Samuel (I0449)
 
37 1764
CHRISTENING - 6th May - William son of William and Elizabeth Warner 
WARNER, William (I1493)
 
38 1765 - 13th Jan
CHRISTENING - William son of John Nash and Catherine his wife was baptized Jan 13th 1765 (Beachampton Parish Register) 
NASH, William (I0446)
 
39 1767 - 1st Feb
CHRISTENING - Thomas son of John Nash and Catherine his wife was baptized Feb 1st 1767 (Beachampton Parish Register) 
NASH, Thomas (I0447)
 
40 1769 - 31st March
CHRISTENING - Joseph son of John Nash and Catherine his wife was privately baptized March 31 1769 and recevied into the church April 9th 1769 (Beachampton Parish Register) 
NASH, Joseph (I0437)
 
41 1775
CHRISTENING - 2nd April - Sarah daughter of William and Elizabeth Warner 
WARNER, Sarah (I1522)
 
42 1777
CHRISTENING - 12th October - Elizabeth daughter of William and Elizabeth Warner 
WARNER, Elizabeth (I1523)
 
43 1781
CHRISTENING - 25th March - John son of William and Elizabeth Warner 
WARNER, John (I1524)
 
44 1786
CHRISTENING - 14th February - John son of William and Elizabeth Warner 
WARNER, John (I1510)
 
45 1786 --- Baptism 6th July - Anthony Gayford son of Robert and Mary Gayford (nee Robinson) (from Dunwich)(Wesleton Parish Register)
 
GAYFORD, Anthony (I034)
 
46 1787
CHRISTENING - 30th September - Ann daughter of William and Elizabeth Warner 
WARNER, Ann (I1509)
 
47 1788
CHRISTENING - 15th February - Samuel son of Robert and Ann Spooner 
SPOONER, Samuel (I1497)
 
48 1788
CHRISTENING - 20th November - Daniel son of William and Elizabeth Warner 
WARNER, Daniel (I1508)
 
49 1789
CHRISTENING - 20th December - Sarah daughter of William and Elizabeth Warner 
WARNER, Sarah (I1507)
 
50 1789
CHRISTENING - 3rd April - Sarah daughter of Robert and Ann Spooner 
SPOONER, Sarah (I1501)
 

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