Percy Playl Trigg1

#11819, (1866-April 1918)
FatherHenry Herbert Trigg1 (15 Jun 1840-)
MotherEliza Playl1 (27 Feb 1834-21 May 1869)
ChartsAylott Family - descendants
Brett Family - descendants
Darby Family - descendants
Descendents of Richard Darby
Last Edited20 Aug 2013
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Percy Playl Trigg was born in 1866 at Stony, Stratford, Buckinghamshire.1 He was the son of Henry Herbert Trigg and Eliza Playl.1

His mother died May 1869 at the age of 35. He was about 3 when this happened.

Percy Playl Trigg appeared in the household of Eliza Darby in the 1871 census at High Street, Chipping Ongar, Essex.2

He was recorded as living with his grandparents, his Aunt Elizabeth and his siblings Ada and Herbert in the 1881 census. He was recorded as being 15 years old.3 Percy Playl Trigg was a witness at the wedding of Charles John Matthews Bridger and Amy Violet Trigg at St. John The Evangelist on Saturday, 3 July 1886 at Milford, Surrey.1 Percy Playl Trigg was a walking-stick manufacturer in October 1896.1 Percy lived in October 1896 at Dunsfold, Surrey.1

He married Jane Furlonger, daughter of John Furlonger, at the Register Office on Saturday, 24 October 1896 at Hambledon, Surrey.1 Percy lived in 1911 at Wormley, Surrey.1

Percy died in April 1918 at the Infirmary, Hambledon, Surrey, probably of influenza.1 He was buried on 26 April 1918 at St. Mary's Parish Church, Chiddingfold, Surrey.1


Jane Furlonger (c 1867-1943)


  1. [S549] E-mails from Eve Mintern to Tim Hill, 2012- 31 Jul 2012.
  2. [S412] National Census for England, 1871 (online image) Registration district: Ongar, Sub-registration district: Chipping Ongar (peice 1643, folio 51, p.28).
  3. [S393] National Census for England, 1881 (online image) Class: RG11; Piece: 790; Folio: 36; Page: 9; GSU roll: 1341186 (