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In Memory of Arthur Robert Titheradge died at Ypres 9 June 1917
Today, 9 June 2017, let us remember Arthur Robert Titheradge Gunner in the Royal Garrison Artillery 234th Siege Battery who died 100 years ago today in the First World War, the only member of the Titheradge branch of the family to die in World War One.   Th...

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From Titheridge to Titherage; from Hampshire to USA
Kilmeston, Hampshire view of church gate and manor house Titherage is not the commonest version of the family name.  In fact for many years I wasn’t aware of its existence, but the family name of Titherage can be found today in the USA.  You might assume th...

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Titheridge family of St Tudy
Village of St Tudy in Cornwall St Tudy is not a name that you associate with the Titheridge family name. I did not even know where it was until I looked it up on a map and found it was a tiny village near Bodmin in Cornwall. I first came across the name St...

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Christmas in Waltham Chase with the Titheridges
The Black Dog at Waltham Chase in 2015 A Titheridge Christmas This post is about the Titheridges of Waltham Chase Hampshire and a description of how Christmas was spent 90 years.  These are some reminiscences from Val Grevitt, son of Hilda Grace Titheridge....

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Eglingham War Memorial
Eglingham in Northumberland is not a place you associate with the surname Titheridge.  It is a small village situated 7 miles north west of Alnwick and 40 miles north of Newcastle.  It is about 350 miles north of Winchester in Hampshire - so why did one of ...

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From Swanmore to Australia and Titheridge to Titheradge
St Mary and All Saints Church in Droxford It was
1989 when we were contacted by an Australian interested in her family
history.   Her request was simple – “could
we help her find out more about her great grandfather Frederick Titheradge”.   The reply was no...

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A Voyage from East Meon to a New Life in New Zealand
East Meon Parish Church On 27
April 1874 the Euterpe sailed from London, England to Wellington, New Zealand
arriving on 30 August 1874.   The voyage took
124 days, a very slow voyage even by the standards of the day.   The arrival in New Zealand was recorde...

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Daniel Titheridge’s journey from Winchester to Australia
Alms Houses in Winchester In 1870 Daniel Titheridge set sail from England to Australia.   The reason for his departure must surely have
been the letters from his three brothers already settled there telling him what
a great life it was in Australia.   Howev...

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Henry and Robert Titheridge's journey - from Winchester to Ballarat in 1856
Winchester Cathedral where Henry and Robert's father, Daniel, was a verger In 1856 21 year Henry Titheridge and 18 year old Robert Titheridge took
the decision to leave Winchester in Hampshire and sail to Australia to join
elder brother Alfred who had emigr...

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Old House in Winchester Family Life in Winchester, Hampshire Daniel Titheridge was born in 1807 and was one of six children born in New Alresford, Hampshire to Ann Pett and James Titheridge.  Daniel married Charlotte Duffer (also written as Duffen or Duffin...
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