My Nan was a Worsfold but she lived in Merrow.I know there were some that lived in Cobhham and then Epsom, but first.
If you know the date of her birth then you could send for her birth certificate from that you will get her parents names and where she was born.
If you work back from her birth you should be able to find her parents marriage.From this certificate you will get the fathers names for both and their occupation.
For around 1921 you will need to either
Check the indexing in London, this will give you a reference for ordering a certificate, they are in alpherbetical order each quarter and 4 quarters per year.Different sets of books for Births, marriages and deaths. Very easy but there is the travelling time and fare cost.Ask at Woking Family History Records Centre (where they keep all the church records, if they hold or can get the index, this could be free to search.Or 1837.com this is the Index now on line but scanned copies, very easy to use and the cost, you buy credits £5.00 = 55 credits £10.00 120 credits.They will last 2-3 months, this has just changed so I am not sure of the time.But use them or lose them, unless you buy more then they all have the new date.
To look at 1 page costs 1 credit so under .10p, you can save each page to your computer so if you want to check for anyone else at a later date this will be of some use, don't forget to put the year, qtr and then the name when you name the page for saving, this will save time if you want to check what you have later.
When searching 1937.com on line you put in the surname with luck they will be all on 1 page but the more common ones will be over several pages so you may need to use a first name.You don't start using up your credits until you click on a page to view.
After 1911 you will find that the mothers maiden name is in the index alongside the childs birth, you could pick up other children this way as very few have the same combination of names and in the same district.The same for marriages, after 1911 along side the bride or groom there will be the partners surname, this should help identify the marriage certificate.
Before that is a bit harder you just have to know the partners name first then check both that they are in the same quarter with the same reference details.You will need to put this down when ordering as they will not look for you.They go to either BM or D in the Distric &year ? & quarter ?then on that page should be the copy of the certificate if its not there you will get half your money back, but its worth check all details first to make sure money and time are not wasted.
Once you get back to 1901 you can then start to check the census.I will try and get back to you this evening and help you if you like.
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