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This is the first time I`ve sent an E Mail, so if I make any mistakes I`ll
The names I`m researching are mainly in East Retford and surrounding
DAVISON, BUSH, BURTON, CUCKSON, MOSS, LITTLEWOOD.
I would love to hear from anyone researching these names.
Patricia Kennedy, Perth, W.A.
My E Mail Address is kennedy(a)omen.net.au
Hi Rosemary -
I KNOW this is ridiculous -in one of my crashes I lost your address - but
did you see the graveyard reference to Abel Oram in Shepshed cemetery on the
Ain't spring a blooming miracle?
In a message dated 31/08/98 23:45:06 GMT Daylight Time,
<< I know this wont help much, but now you know that there is someone
else out there doing there bit for the Coopers.
Steve Wright in Nottingham >>
Its good to know that there are others researching Cooper surname in the same
area, I find it frustrating though that none of my distant cousins, etc. of
which there must be many, are not online and doing family history research, or
maybe I just have not found them yet, thanks for the e-mail and good luck with
your own research.
Regards Terry Richards (Somerset U. K)
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Brett Payne wrote:
> I am searching for a John DAFT and wonder whether someone who has access
> to the 1881 Census for Nottinghamshire would very kindly look to see if
> they can locate him and his family for me?
> John DAFT (my wife's great grandfather) was probably born on 25 January
> 1870 somewhere in Nottingham. He had at least two sisters, Janet (Jen) and
> Salchen (Sally). He spent his childhood in Nottingham, and worked there as
> a lace designer before becoming an Anglican minister, when he moved to
> Bolton, near Manchester.
> I would be very grateful for some help with the above, since my wife's
> grandmother, who is still alive (nearly 97), doesn't remember much else,
> and I can't make any headway on this family without finding out who his
> parents were. Thank you very much.
> Regards and best wishes,
> Brett Payne
> Linden Grange Farm, P.O. Box 6474, Harare, Zimbabwe
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Brett- This afternoon (Monday 31st Aug) I rechecked the Nottinghamshire
1881 Census Index but no joy again. I checked Derbyshire with the same
negative result.Actually there were not many Dafts' in that county!
Sorry I could not help. Geoff Cox
In article <35E9A210.E1FE9FC2(a)istar.ca>, Liana Brittain
>My 4th great-grandmother was Elizabeth GOODACRE, bapt. 19 March 1756, St.
>Peter's Parish, Nottingham.
>Her parents were Joseph and Elizabeth GOODACRE. (There was a Joseph GOODACRE and
>Elizabeth GILES married 15 Sept. 1756, at Willoughby in the Wolds, but I
>haven't been able to confirm that connection yet.)
> They may also have had a
>son, Joseph, bapt 18 Feb. 1758, and daughters, Mary, bapt. 1 Aug 1759, St.
>Peter's Parish, and Ann, bapt. 12 Nov. 1754, St. Mary's Parish, Nottingham.
Hey Liana! ;-)
You should have asked ;-)
14 Feb 1750 (that is really 1751 in the new calendar)
Joseph GOODAKER & Elizabeth ENGLISH, both of this parish.
St. Nicholas, Nottingham
Ironically... you now have ENGLISH *and* BRITTAIN ancestors in
Rod Neep : Cinderford, Gloucestershire, England:
rod(a)neep.demon.co.uk : http://www.neep.demon.co.uk/fhist/
RESEARCHING: NEEP (ONS all periods & places) GOONS 2913
Notts: MILLS (1800), SARDISON (1720), DENMAN (1750), WRIGHT (1780),
JOHNSON (1700), SAVAGE (1900), DYKES (1900), CLAYTON (1850)
Oxon : HOWES (1880); Norfolk: HAW(E)S (1850); Essex: TAYLOR (1855)
As part of an ongoing millenium project I am trying to obtain as much
detailed information on the parish of Normanton on Soar as possible.
Please see http://home.switchboard.com/NormantononSoar.
Any references, AT ALL, regarding the parish would be appreciated.
John H Burnett (email j.burnett(a)diamond.co.uk)
I have a tree for the descendants of Johannes SAwell, married to Maria
Bodgard in 1660. Their descendants involve the families of Ingoldsby,
Evans, Unford, Taylor, Burleigh(Burley), Needham, Kidman, Bentley,
This is a searchable list of many of the convicts who arrived WA 1850 -
1868. They are listed by ship, so the search might take a while!
My g g grandfather JOHN WRIGHT was baptised in Basford on 30th Nov
1834. His father was a framework knitter,also called John Wright, and
his mother was called Sarah. and the baptism cerificate gives the place
of abode as Basford as well. I know for certain that this is the
correct John Wright because it was in some old family papers. In 1866
he started a veneer making business in London, and three years later he
came back to Nottingham to marry a local girl called Eliza DUROSE. By
this time his father, also John Wright, had died. John and Eliza
settled in london, but presumaby kept close contact with Nottingham -
John's name appears on the death certificate of Eliza's parents for
example. He also laid the foundation of a church in Nottingham. The
business was very successful, and John Wright designed a veneer peeling
machine which is sufficiently innovative to be mentioned in books about
thehistory of veneer production.
Somehow, he must have got an education, and some money to start the
business. When I was looking up Durose in the census for 1851, I came
across a family of Wrights - mother Sarah, a laundry worker, sister
Hannah, also a laundry worker, and son John, a glover. The ages are
right for it to be him, and his marraige was wintessed by a Hannhah
(sic) Wright. I doesn't prove it is him but there is some
circumstantial evidence - they lived in the next road to Eliza for
Anyway, I digress. How can I find out more about his education, where
he went to school etc, are there any records of this typoe of thing in
Nottingham, and if so, where are they to be found. The guy is really
interesting, and I have loads of information about his later life,
especially after his retirement, but I want to know how he got where he
did. He is unlikley to related to the banking family descended fronm
Ichabod Wright because I have looked at their family tree in the local
studies library in Notts. Also if he was his father is unlikley to have
been a framework knitter.
Any info or suggestions gratefully recieved,
Hello John and others,
I would like to learn if this resource is still available.
Two of my CARGILL relatives were Schoolmasters in Notts.
James CARGILL is shown as a Schoolnaster in 1841/1851 at Southwell.
(The LDS Library Cataloque shows they have a book on Southwell, Schools.)
Another James GARGILL was Schoolmaster at New Basford in 1851.
If you know of other resiurces please say.
Jonathan in Toronto, Canada
At 01:21 AM 9/1/98 +0800, John MELLORS wrote:
>Liana - Notts Archives Office produced a very good Archive Resource
>Pack "The Victorian School in Nottinghamshire" that may be of
>I am not sure whether they still have copies for Sale.
>John M (jemello(a)wn.com.au)
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Liana - Notts Archives Office produced a very good Archive Resource
Pack "The Victorian School in Nottinghamshire" that may be of
I am not sure whether they still have copies for Sale.
John M (jemello(a)wn.com.au)
Is anyone researching the CLARKE line?
I have the following marriage record from St. Peter's Nottingham:
1685-1686: Isaac Hoyle and Mary Clarke of Beeston were maryed ye 16th
Does anyone know anything of this Mary CLARKE of Beeston??
Could this couple be the same as the one buried in Bunny Parish churchyard:
Here lyeth the Body of
Late of Bunny who died
the 23rd of June 1723
In ye 60th year of his Age
Also Mary his wife
who died 23d Nov.m 1723
Aged 69 years
children of the Isack and Mary Hoiles buried at Bunny believed to be:
Mary (b ca 1689) m. John SMITH
Elizabeth (b ca 1690) m. Samuel HORNBUCKLE (of East Bridgeford)
Sarah (bapt 11 Feb 1693-Bunny) m. John PEET
Francis (male) (bapt 3 Oct 1697-Bunny) - m ??
Isaac (b ca 1700) m. Elizabeth ___?___
Thanks for any further information on this line,
Your posting to the NOTTSGEN list states that you are researching the
surnames SEWELL and MARLOW. Our counties don't match but I have an Ann
SEYWELL who married Richard BALDOCK in 1611 at Plumtree, Notts., and
Elizabeth MARLOW who married George URTON at Norton Cuckney, Notts. in
1723. If you come across either of these individuals in your research,
please keep me in mind.
Lake Clear, NY
On this day, as on so many occasions during our long mutual history,
our two countries are joined together in mutual expressions of sorrow.
Here in the USA our TV is showing a 24 hour celebration of the life of
DIANA, Princess of Wales.
Diana overcame so much trauma in her personal life to become a loving
and vibrant woman. She possessed an heart-wrenching quality
of honesty. I would love to have a sister, daughter, mother or friend
like Diana. May God keep her soul at peace.
Martha BROOKS m William LACEY in 1895 and emigrated first to Canada and
then to Buenos Aires where they started the Hurlingham Polo club and a
Their sons played polo with the then Prince of Wales.
Martha is buried in Keyworth, Notts.
Does anyone have more information about their life and exploits?
Tricia BAYLEY (nee DAVISON)
Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, UK
Searching for BALDRY, BROOKS, BROWN, DARNES, DAVISON, HAYES, JACKSON, ,
GOODBOURN, HENTON, KIRK, MORTON, SCOTHERN, SHACKLOCK, TOWNSHEND, Notts,
Derbys, Leics, Lincs
BAYLEY, WHITEHORN, LEWIS Anywhere
I asked Paul Nix for the origin and meaning of the place named Kirkby in
Ashfield. This is what he said.
Original spelling was Chirchebi in 1086
Kirchebi in 1166
Kerkebi in 1169
Kierkebi in 1202
Meaning "Church Village" or "Church by the village"
The Ashfield is the same as for Sutton in Ashfield
Kirke or Chirche = church
bi or by = by or near (bi or near a village if their is nothing after
An example of the other use of bi or by would be "bycarrs Dike (lincs)
which means Dike by the Rocks.
I would be interested to see what Kirkby librarys says
Thanks Paul. Another one solved
David E Millott Hucknall Nottingham
We found the information of considerable interest. Angel Row struck a note
with our "Martin" family, residence at Meredith Yard and being in the
Brewing/Publican business. Also interested in the mentioning of
Sneinton,which we assume is Snenton Village, Snenton with our connection to
the Fowlkes family. Any further information on the foregoing areas and
families would be appreciated.
Herbert and mary Schwarz,Sarnia,Ont.,Canada
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