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Looking for ancestors of SARAH ANN MILLER b. 1874 in Leatherhead, Surrey

I am looking for ancestors of Sarah Ann Miller born 1874 in Leatherhead, Surrey. I am an ancestor of one of her brothers Walter Miller b. 11 May 1884 in Leatherhead, Surrey.

Her parents were Thomas Homewood Miller b. 1847 d.1917 and Mary Ann(Elsey) b.(abt) 1851 d.(abt)1930

I would love to get more information about her and maybe get a few answers. I have her listed in the 1901 Census living/working at 17 Rose Hill in Dorking, Surrey as a domestic cook. She was aged 27 and unmarried although I believe that it must have been very soon after the census(31 March 1901)that she married and went on to have many children.
I don't know for sure what her husbands' name was or where they lived after 1901.

Sarah Ann and Walter were the only 2 of 6 children to marry or have children, but there was another brother Martin that lived into his 30's.

Looking for HOMEWOOD or HOLMWOOD from Sussex and Surrey, UK

I am looking for information about the Homewood (or sometimes written as Holmwood) family that lived in Mayfield/ Brighton/ and other close areas in Sussex during 1700's A few members moved to Burstow, Surrey in late 1700's. Also found in Charlwood,Mickleham, Epsom and Leatherhead, Surrey throughout 1800's and into early 1900's.

The earliest record I was able to find had no first name list just the last name Homewood married to Ann (maiden name not know)who had 6 children;
Mary b.(abt)1765 in Brighton, married Samuel Markwick
Sarah b.1766 in Mayfield, married William Cottingham
Elizabeth b.(abt)1768 in Mayfield, married Richard Gaston
Ann b.(abt)1771 Mayfield
Fanny b.(abt)1772 Mayfield, married James Cottingham
John b.(abt)1780 Mayfield, married Mary (unknown maiden name)

I am an ancestor of John Homewood and Mary, I have some information about other branches but mostly steaming from John Homewood. If you can help me with anything else or I can help you that would be great.