MAYFORD, SUTTON GREEN & BRIDLEY (WORPLESDON HILL)
The boundaries of what I think of a Mayford, Sutton Green and Bridley (Worplesdon Hill) may not be the same as your interpretation, and any local authority or ecclesiastical boundaries may well have changed over time, so if you cannot find what you are looking for in this section, it may be in a neighbouring area or perhaps one of the more general sections.
For instance, where Mayford and Sutton Green end and Westfield begins is debatable, as is the boundary between Mayford and Bridley with Hook Heath and Brookwood. It should also be noted that although Worplesdon is not part of Woking, the railway station and the area known as 'Worplesdon Hill' are; and that included in this section are the areas known as Pyle Hill; Whitmoor; Prey Heath; Kemishford and Smarts Heath.
I have tried to divide the archive into logical sections to make finding things easier, but this is not a comprehensive list of items in my archive, just an indication of some of the pre-2000 items I hold, so if you cannot find what you are looking for please ask.
Not everything has been scanned, but those that have are highlighted in blue on the list, so if you find something listed in white that you are interested in please let me know and I will try to get it up on this site as soon as possible.
Currently I have not many items relating to these areas – all that I have are listed below.
Deeds, Sales Brochures Etc.
I have been lent or given various deeds, sales brochures, etc., for properties all over the Woking area, some of which I have scanned an put on this site. The following relate to this area.
Bridley - Lawfords Hill –
1908 Abstract of Title
Items Relating to Local Businesses & Organisations
1961 Register of Electors, Old Woking Mayford & Sutton Ward
1994 Sutton Green Golf Club Newsletter No 1
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