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Visitation of Surrey 1662-1668

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This project is sub-project of the Heraldic Visitations of England and Wales Project. See the main project page for more info: Heraldic Visitations of England and Wales

This project catalogues all the families recorded in the following publication:

Armytage, Sir George J., ed. (1910). A Visitation of the County of Surrey, begun Anno Dni 1662, finished Anno Dni 1668. Harleian Society, 1st ser. 60. London.

Descendants researching families in the Visitation are encouraged to join and help add other family members listed in the visitation.

Surrey families chronicled in this Visitation. The links go to the most recent generation chronicled in the Visitation. In other words, the family actually visited by the King of Arms:

  • Angel - p. 3
  • Angel of Crowhurst - p. 2
  • Ashworth - p. 3
  • Atwood - p. 4
  • Austen of Shalford - p. 5
  • Austin - p. 6
  • Ball - p. 6
  • Barker - p. 7
  • Barne - p. 7
  • Bate - p. 8
  • Bathurst - p. 8
  • Beaumont - p. 9
  • Beecher - p. 9
  • Belson - p. 10
  • Bettesworth, of Stoke - p. 11
  • Blague alias Blake - p. 12
  • Bowyer - p. 12
  • Boys - p. 13
  • Brawne - p. 13
  • Brende - p. 14
  • Brent - p. 14
  • Bridger - p. 16
  • Bromfield - p. 15
  • Browne, of Bechworth Castle - p. 16
  • Browne, of Buckland - p. 17
  • Bucke - p. 18
  • Bulmer - p. 17
  • Burgoyne - p. 19
  • Burlace - p. 19
  • Burton - p. 20
  • Butler - p. 20
  • Byers - p. 21
  • Byne - p. 21
  • Byshe - p. 22
  • Bysshe - p. 23
  • Bysshe, of Southwark - p. 23
  • Canfeld - p. 24
  • Carleton - p. 24
  • Carpenter - p. 25
  • Castleman - p. 25
  • Champion - p. 26
  • Champneys - p. 26
  • Child - p. 27
  • Chute - p. 27
  • Clarke - p. 28
  • Clay - p. 28
  • Coldham - p. 29
  • Colepeper - p. 30
  • Cooke - p. 31
  • Corfeild - p. 31
  • Creswell - p. 32
  • Crosse - p. 32
  • Crouch - p. 33
  • Crymes - p. 33
  • Cullen - p. 34
  • Dalmahoy - p. 34
  • Day - p. 35
  • De Lannoy - p. 71
  • Dethicke - p. 35
  • Dobyns - p. 36
  • Duckett - p. 36
  • Duke - p. 37
  • Duncomb, of Godalming - p. 37
  • Duncombe, of Bramley - p. 38
  • Duncombe, of Weston - p. 39
  • Duncumbe. of Salford - p. 40
  • Eliott - p. 41
  • Evans - p. 42
  • Evelin - p. 42
  • Evelyn, of Wootton - p. 43
  • Fox - p. 44
  • Frankland - p. 44
  • Freman - p. 46
  • Fuller - p. 45
  • Gaell - p. 46
  • Gavell - p. 47
  • Gawton - p. 48
  • Gibbes - p. 48
  • Glyd - p. 49
  • Gonson - p. 50
  • Goode - p. 31
  • Goodwin, of Bletchingley - p. 51
  • Goodwin, of Stretham - p. 52
  • Gould - p. 53
  • Gresham - p. 53
  • Hall - p. 54
  • Hampton - p. 54
  • Harris - p. 55
  • Harvey, of Bechworth - p. 55
  • Hatcher - p. 56
  • Hatton - p. 56
  • Hatton - p. 57
  • Hayward - p. 58
  • Hildesley - p. 59
  • Holland - p. 59
  • Holman - p. 50
  • Hoste - p. 61
  • Howland - p. 62
  • Hull, of Hastlemere - p. 62
  • Hungerford - p. 63
  • Hurlestone - p. 63
  • Inwood - p. 64
  • James - p. 65
  • Jaques - p. 66
  • Johnson, of Burstow - p. 66
  • Johnson, of Godalming - p. 67
  • Johnson, of Lingford - p. 67
  • Jordan - p. 68
  • Ketleby - p. 68
  • Knap - p. 69
  • Knipe - p. 69
  • Lampard - p. 70
  • Lane - p. 70
  • Langham - p. 71
  • Lant - p. 72
  • Lechford - p. 73
  • Lee - p. 73
  • Lisle - p. 74
  • Litleton - p. 74
  • Litton - p. 75
  • Lloyd - p. 76
  • Lock - p. 77
  • Long - p. 77
  • Lowman - p. 78
  • Lusher - p. 78
  • Machell - p. 79
  • Malthus - p. 79
  • Mascall - p. 80
  • Maynard - p. 80
  • Mellersh - p. 81
  • Meverell - p. 81
  • Middelton - p. 82
  • Miller - p. 82
  • Mitchell - p. 83
  • Moore - p. 83
  • More - p. 84
  • Morton - p. 84
  • Mulcaster - p. 85
  • Muscamp - p. 86
  • Newton - p. 86
  • Nicholls - p. 87
  • Onslow - p. 87
  • Page - p. 88
  • Parker - p. 88
  • Payne, of Milford - p. 89
  • Peryer - p. 89
  • Pettiward - p. 90
  • Platt - p. 91
  • Polsted - p. 92
  • Pope - p. 93
  • Pynsent - p. 94
  • Quinell - p. 95
  • Rawlins - p. 96
  • Rogers - p. 97
  • Rogers, of Bermondsey - p. 97
  • Rolleston, of Lambeth - p. 98
  • Rouse - p. 89
  • Rowse - p. 100
  • Scott - p. 100
  • Shawe - p. 101
  • Shelbery - p. 102
  • Sherman - p. 103
  • Smith, of Lambeth - p. 104
  • Smith, of Ryall - p. 104
  • Smith, of Witlye - p. 105
  • Snelgrave - p. 106
  • Sollers - p. 107
  • Southcott - p. 108
  • Stanlake - p. 108
  • Stockton - p. 109
  • Streete - p. 109
  • Symmes - p. 110
  • Temple - p. 111
  • Terry - p. 111
  • Thomas - p. 112
  • Thornburgh - p. 113
  • Thurland - p. 114
  • Turner - p. 115
  • Vernon - p. 115
  • Vernon, of Camberwell - p. 117
  • Vincent - p. 116
  • Ward - p. 117
  • Wastfeld - p. 118
  • Watkinson - p. 119
  • Watts - p. 119
  • Whitlock - p. 130
  • Widnell - p. 20
  • Wight - p. 121
  • Wilcock - p. 121
  • Wilkinson - p. 122
  • Windebank - p. 122
  • Witham - p. 123
  • Wither - p. 123
  • Wood - p. 124
  • Woodroffe - p. 125
  • Wormall - p. 126
  • Wyatt - p. 126
  • Wymondesold - p. 127
  • Young - p. 127

Caution

Visitations are an excellent way of identifying medieval and Tudor ancestors. Care should be taken with them however, as they were often based on family memory and contain errors.

As with all sources used in tracing your family history, whenever possible the information gained should be used to direct you to other contemporary sources (such as wills, inquisitions post mortem, etc.), so you can verify what you have found out.