St Martin's Christenings February 1686 - December 1894

St Martin's Church
St Martin's Church
Drawn by Thomas Allom, engraved by N. J. Starling, from Brayley's History of Surrey 1841
Image courtesy of Surrey Libraries and is held in the
Epsom & Ewell Local And Family History Centre

The following information was compiled from existing transcripts of parish records by the volunteers of Epsom & Ewell Local And Family History Centre. The records were incomplete with gaps ranging from a few months to a few years between some of the early entries. Many of the early entries were also out of order, others were incomplete. Some entries had no date so, where appropriate, these are show as between the dates of adjacent entries. We think that in most cases the christening date will be the earlier of the two dates. At times there appears to have been two registers in use and there were discrepancies between them. Spelling variations are shown in brackets and to aid finding records we have repeated the entry for each variation.

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St Martin's Christenings
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