call or email now

  • old phone
  • 07990 590499 (UK)
  • +44 7990 590499 (outside UK)

  • envelope
  • Email me

services and prices

areas covered

online records

record offices and archives

contact me


testimonials


about us








PayPal Logo



free web site traffic and promotion

family history research - focus on surrey

Surrey is situated to the south of London and originally stretched from Wimbledon in the north-east to Guildford in the south-west and  in the north. Part of the north-east of the county has been absorbed into Greater London although Surrey did also gain part of the old county of Middlesex (Spelthorne).

The county town is Guildford, although somewhat weirdly County Hall is located in Kingston-upon-Thames, which was originally part of the historic county of Surrey but has been part of Greater London along with several other boroughs since 1965. The Surrey History Centre is located in Woking and holds the historical records for Surrey. 

The map below shows the old county of Surrey during the 19th century. Click on the map for a larger version.

Surrey 1886


Back to top