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In Search of the marriage between Thomas REEVE & Catherine WIDDISON
The IGI lists it as 05 Nov 1731 in Eastwood, however, I didn't find it in
Eastwood BTs. Can someone verify this marriage? And what Parish they are
Lance (Bremerton, Washington)
Linda wrote :
> Could anyone lookup Clement Alfred Potter born 1868 in Keyworth,
> He was not with his family in 1881 census but i know he lived past this
> date.He may have been at boarding school. Many thanks Linda
Sure enough, he is to be found at Trent College in Long Eaton. There are so
many strays here that it may be of wider interest so I am sending a copy of
this to the list.
How is the Oldrini line going ?
Dwelling: Trent College Long Eaton
Census Place: Longeaton, Derby, England
Source: FHL Film 1341810 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3391 Folio 120
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Thomas F. FENN M 56 M Travencore (British Subj)
Rel: Master (Head)
Occ: M. A. Cambridge
Frances C. FENN M 47 F Barton In Needwood, Stafford, England
Daisy FENN 7 F Hendrewelad, Wales
Lewis Fenn BIRCH 7 M Wicklow Co Bray, Ireland
Dowager Madam O'GRADY W 61 F Wexford County Clobernon Hall, Ireland
Edith STUBBS U 29 F Harwood, Lancashire, England
J. R. B. OWEN U 32 M St Leonards, Buckingham, England
Rel: Second Master
Occ: M. A. Oxford
Abraham SHUKER U 32 M Stockton, Shropshire, England
Occ: M. A. Camb
John H. GOWER U 25 M Rugby, Warwick, England
Occ: Mus Bac Oxford
W. F. THOMPSON U 26 M Seacombe, Cheshire, England
Rel: Asst Master
Occ: B. A. Camb
F.C. BOYD U 26 M Malmesbury, Wiltshire, England
Rel: Asst Master
Occ: Undergraduate Oxfd
F.J.C. HARE U 23 M Docking, Norfolk, England
Rel: Asst Master
Herbert J. CARTER U 22 M Marlborough, Wiltshire, England
Rel: Asst Master
Occ: B. A. Camb
(Miss) WILKINSON U 29 F Brighton, Sussex, England
Occ: Infirmary Matron Hosp Serv
(Miss) WALSH U 39 F Kuimull N B, Perth, Scotland
Occ: Matron Hosp Serv
Elizabeth REYNOLDS U 44 F Crowland, Lincoln, England
Occ: Cook (Dom)
Sarah Jane HOYLS U 29 F Muscombe, Nottingham, England
Occ: Parlour Maid
Anne CHARLESWORTH U 22 F Sherbrook, Derby, England
Mary POOLE U 16 F Barton, Stafford, England
Fred L. PABST U 27 M Magdeburg (F), Germany
Ann LOWBRIDGES M 39 F High Heayther ?, Stafford, England
Occ: Cook (Dom)
Francis LOUDEN M 55 F Tonbridge, Kent, England
Alice Ann WINFIELD U 18 F Stabenhill, Derby, England
Occ: Scullery Maid (Dom)
William ALLEN U 15 M Barton, Stafford, England
Occ: Dom Serving Boy
Robert ALLEN U 16 M Barton, Stafford, England
Harry HUNT U 14 M Meridan, Warwick, England
Occ: Serving Boy
Samuel KENT U 15 M Long Eaton, Derby, England
Occ: Errand Boy
Sarah LYONS U 17 F Burton, Stafford, England
Occ: Nurse Maid (Dom)
Mary HANDLEY U 31 F Stanley, Derby, England
Occ: Head Laundress (Dom)
Clara LEIGH U 24 F Edenbridge, Kent, England
Occ: Head Housemaid
Ellenah LEIGH U 18 F Edenbridge, Kent, England
Occ: Under Housemaid
Ann JAYCOCK U 18 F Dodford, Northampton, England
Occ: Under Housemaid
Sarah Elizabeth BLORE U 18 F Derby, Derby, England
Occ: Under Housemaid
Phoebe FOXOLE U 16 F Swanwick, Derby, England
Occ: Servants Hall Maid
Mary BEADMAN U 16 F Appleby, Derby, England
Occ: Under Housemaid
Annie WITHERS U 18 F Hanley Navelend, Stafford, England
Occ: Under Laundress
Mary Ann POWELL M 39 F Stonnall, Stafford, England
Mary Ann WHEELER U 18 F Leicester, Leicester, England
Occ: Washerwoman (Dom)
Catharine DAVIS U 17 F Coton In The Elms, Derby, England
Occ: Under Laundress (Dom)
Hishua KNOWLES U 17 F Wednesbury, Stafford, England
Occ: Matrons Maid
Ann MARSHALL U 22 F Pilley, York, England
Occ: Infirmary Maid (Dom)
Annie JENNISON U 25 F Bradford, York, England
Occ: Nurse (3/3)
Fanny COULTHAM U 32 F Canterbury
Occ: Wardrobe Keeper (Dom)
Priscilla GLEN OR BLEN U 20 F Winshill, Derby, England
Occ: Serving Maid (Dom)
Lois PICKERING U 15 F Newhall, Derby, England
Occ: Serving Maid (Dom)
Frank ALLSOP U 18 M Belper, Derby, England
Percy JEFFREY 19 M Cheltenham, Gloucester, England
John BIRCH 9 M New York (British Subj)
George BOWEN 11 M Hadnal, Shropshire, England
Hugh BROCK 12 M London, London, Middlesex, England
Harry CARDEN 12 M London, London, Middlesex, England
James COX 13 M Nottingham, England
James COX 11 M Nottingham, England
Arthur COX 10 M Nottingham, England
James DEAVILLE 13 M Ashbourne, Worcester, England
Alfred DREW 11 M Manchester
Herbert GRAINGE 13 M Uxbridge
Charles HIBBERT 12 M Nottingham, England
Frank ISLIP 12 M Shelton, Bedford, England
Harry LONG 13 M Woodton, Norfolk, England
Christopher NEWTON 10 M Lancashire, England
Lake NOBLE 11 M Derby, England
Clement POTTER 12 M Keyworth, Leicester, England
Sydney SECCOMBE 11 M Halifax, York, England
Clement SHEPPARD 11 M Frome, Somerset, England
Charles SMART 12 M Brierley, Stafford, England
William SNEYD 12 M Selby, York, England
Reginald WEST 11 M Fiddingham, York, England
John BRINDLEY 14 M Derby, England
William BRINDLEY 11 M Derby, England
Harry BRETT 13 M Bath, Somerset, England
Charles BUTLER 14 M Derby, England
Frederick DAVIDSON 12 M Dublin
Alexander HEARD 13 M Clare, Ireland
Percy JAY 15 M Peterboro
Edward JENKINS 14 M Carmarthen, Wales
Edgar JOHNSTONE 12 M London, London, Middlesex, England
Alfred PALLISTER 15 M Long Marton, Westmorland, England
William RINGER 13 M Abbots Ann, Hampshire, England
Albert SMITH 15 M Newton, Lancashire, England
Arthur STRANGE 12 M Banbury, Oxford, England
Edward SIMKINS 11 M Nottingham, England
Walter TAYLER 15 M Nottingham, England
William WAGSTAFF 13 M London, London, Middlesex, England
Charles WILLIAMS 15 M London, London, Middlesex, England
Hugh WILLIAMS 12 M Nova Scotia
Thomas WRIGHT 14 M Bradburne, Derby, England
Charles O. ADDENBROOKE 17 M Sutton Coldfield
John H. GREENE 16 M Wicklow Co Bray
Herbert ARNISON 15 M Sheffield
Charles R. BUCKBY 16 M Nottingham, England
William BRACKEN 17 M Kohat Punjab
Walter J. COX 16 M Nottingham, England
Sydney H. CROPPER 16 M Nottingham, England
Oscar J. HURT 15 M Strelly, Nottingham, England
Frank HODGES 15 M Crediton, Devon, England
Charles H. MANN 16 M Hazle Brow, Derby, England
Thomas MARSH 15 M Chebsey, Stafford, England
James B. NIXON 16 M Bangor
Thomas PRATT 16 M Cauldwell, Derby, England
Joseph QUILLIAM 14 M Liverpool
Arthur R. RICHARDSON 14 M Sheffield
Ernest J. STROGAN 16 M Baslow, Derby, England
Richard SUTTON 16 M Ruddington, Nottingham, England
Robert SUTTON 15 M Ruddington, Nottingham, England
T. Fred. UPFILL 17 M Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Christopher WHOMERSLEY 16 M Retford, Nottingham, England
Edmund WEBB 15 M Nuneaton, Warwick, England
Herbert ATKINSON 14 M Duffield, Derby, England
Samuel BUTLER 12 M Nottingham, England
Leonard CHATTOCK 15 M Kings Heath Birmingham
Henry COULSON 14 M Derby, England
Henry DAFT 14 M Radcliffe, Nottingham, England
Charles DAUSON 14 M Wentworth, York, England
Robert FERGUSON 14 M Chapel En Le Frith
Robert LOVE 15 M Nottingham, England
Travers MITCHELL 16 M Southampton
George ROBINSON 16 M Burley Warf Dale, York, England
Harris St. John DICK 14 M Fresh Vard, Hereford, England
James TIMMIS 16 M Hordley, Shropshire, England
Alfred TIMMIS 15 M Hordley, Shropshire, England
George SOOTELL 15 M Stanmore, Middlesex, England
William TURNER 14 M Barrow On Trent, Derby, England
Robert WELSH 16 M Tyrone, Ireland
Ernest WINKS 14 M Worksop
John WOOD 15 M London S Barth Hosp, London, Middlesex, England
Charles WRIGHT 15 M Bradbourne, Derby, England
Herbert WRIGHT 16 M New Market
Augustine R. WILLIAMS 17 M Worcester, England
O. Conrad P. EVANS 17 M Tunbridge, Kent, England
Arthur I. HAMBLETON 16 M Butterton, Stafford, England
William F. SMITH 16 M Cradley, Worcester, England
Arthur T. CHAMBERLAIN 16 M Hull, York, England
Herbert E.C. WALSH 16 M Riddings, Derby, England
Arthur W.B. WATTS 16 M Alresford, Hampshire, England
Ford YOUNG 16 M South Milford, York, England
Hantly N. PELLY 15 M New Brighton, Cheshire, England
Arthur V. GRACE 15 M New Zealand
Robert O. LEGGE 15 M Winchescombe, Somerset, England
David BEGGS 15 M Manchester, Lancashire, England
Arthur BEECROFT 15 M Hyde, Cheshire, England
Charles W. HUNT 14 M Alresford, Hampshire, England
Arthur E. WEVILL 14 M Great Crosby, Lancashire, England
George CALVIOT 14 M Derby, Derby, England
Herbert R. SHEPPARD 14 M Frome, Somerset, England
W. Gordon H. MONYPENNY 14 M Dublin, Ireland
Fred N. SMITH 14 M Newton, Stafford, England
Evelyn YOUNG 14 M South Milford, York, England
Cecil P. DOWN 13 M Hemington, Somerset, England
Arthur COULSON 13 M Derby, Derby, England
William WOODWARD 13 M Thetford, Norfolk, England
Ernest HUNT 13 M Alresford, Hampshire, England
Frederick MOORE 13 M Tewcksbury, Gloucester, England
George CHURCH 13 M Brighton, Sussex, England
Hugh DIBB 13 M Patamcottagh, India
William WATKINS 14 M London, Middlesex, England
Robert PIGOTT 14 M Dover, Kent, England
Arthur HAYTES 14 M Burnham, Norfolk, England
John GARLAND 15 M Little Eaton, Derby, England
Egerton MONYPENNY 16 M Dublin Dublin Co
Ralph WOODDISSE 13 M Alstonfield, Stafford, England
Trevor BRADBURNE 14 M Devonport, Devon, England
Francis WALSH 13 M Riddings, Derby, England
Frank BANKS 15 M Cottenham, Cambridge, England
Frank BEECROFT 13 M Hyde, Cheshire, England
Albert CARDEN 14 M London, Middlesex, England
William SURMAN 14 M Hadfield, Gloucester, England
Archibald BUTTER 14 M Derby, Derby, England
Edmund GIBSON 15 M Stally, Derby, England
Arthur MANN 14 M Hazlebrow, Derby, England
Reginald ISAACSON 15 M Newmarket, Cambridge, England
Hugh WARING 15 M Neath, Glamorgan, Wales
Richard ADDISON 15 M Brookfields, Northampton, England
John BENSON 15 M Ripley, Derby, England
Claude HURT 14 M Boulogne (F), France
Edward GARLAND 13 M Little Eaton, Derby, England
Francis JENKINS 14 M Stone, Stafford, England
George COOMBE 14 M Bristol, Gloucester, England
Henry CROSS 14 M Sheffield, York, England
Lambert SMALL 13 M Ilkeston, Nottingham, England
John NOBLE 14 M London, Middlesex, England
Laurence WELCH 15 M Stone, Stafford, England
Henry SNEYD 13 M Selby, York, England
Archibald SECCOMBE 13 M Jersey, Channel Islands
Harold WRIGHT 13 M Sheffield, York, England
Ernest EATON 15 M Sutton On The Hill, Derby, England
Alfred SIDDELEY 14 M Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Chaworth MUSTERS 15 M Sussex, England
William REDFEARN 14 M Sheffield, York, England
Robert LAWSON 14 M Cork Co Cork
fiche 2708 no 2
folio 67 page 3
John STOCKS wid 80 ret tailor b Notts Norwell Woodhouse
James SCOTHERN vagrant s 60 ret tailor b Notts Bingham
William KING vagrant s 54 bricklayer b Derbyshire Matlock
Francis LYONS vagrant s 34 ? b Yorks Rotherham
Joseph TARRANT vagrant s 42 general laborer b Nottingham
Thomas READE vagrant s 36 general laborer b Surrey
folio 67 page 4
John LINEKER 55 farmer b Nottinghamshire Southwell
Emma wife 51 b Notts Hockerton
Joseph s 31 farmers son b Notts Southwell
Anna s 28 b Notts Southwell
Hezekiah s 25 solicitors clerk b Notts Southwell
Francis MILLS 71 bricklayer b Notts Southwell
Fanny wife 72 b Notts Southwell
Frank HENSON 46 joiner b Notts Southwell
Elizabeth wife 46 b Notts Halloughton
George SAVAGE 43 wheelwright b Notts Halloughton
Anne E wife 48 laundress b Notts Southwell
Anne E 16 b NOTTS Southwell
John W 15 errand boy b Notts Southwell
George E 13 scholar b Notts Southwell
Henry TUMMADINE 47 brickmaker b Lincolnshire Thorpe on the Hill
Charlotte wife 49 b Lincs Pointon
Susannah 14 b Monmouthshire Upper New Inn
Charles A CLARK wid 64 agricultural foreman b Lincolnshire Grassby
Caroline M dau s 25 b Lincs Wainfleet All Saints
Walter BARRATT 46 lithographic artist b London Marylebone
Jessie wife 44 b London St Pancreas
Howard 16 assistant artist b London Jolington
Violet 14 scholar b Herts Burhey
Jessie M 8 scholar b Notts Southwell
George A 6 scholar b Notts Southwell
William GIBSON 61 farmer b Notts Throton
Harriet wife 59 b Notts Orston
William g/son 2 b London St Pancar
Samuel STIMSON 70 farmer b Notts Rolleston
Ellen wife 60 b Notts Morton
John son 19 farmers son b Notts Upton
Nottinghamshire Stray Marriages
17th Century Parish Registers
1891 Census Strays
I am a new subscriber and would like to post my interest.
in 1841 William WAKEFIELD was living with his wife and family at Weston, Notts.By 1851 he was living at Skegby,
with his wife Mary and 8 children.
William died in 1874 and is buried in Low Marnham churchyard.
NOBLE m.Mary PIGGOT lived at TORWORTH in 1871
GEORGE m Alice ? lived at MARNHAM in 1891
JOSEPH m. Harriet ? lived at HAYTON in 1881
JOHN was living at RUDDINGTON in 1881 not married
SAMUEL lived at FLEDBOROUGH in 1871
FREDERICK m. Rebecca PIDD live Allington LINCS 1881
WILLIAM m. Elizabeth ? lived NUTHALL NOTTS in 1881
Would be pleased to hear from anyone researching the same.
Peter, In my experience, old sellotape (started yellowing) tends to come
off fairly easily if pulled gently. What I would advise you to do is to
scan the documents first. Then you always have a good copy that you can
reprint in colour. With a bit of practice, it is not too difficult to
restore the certificate digitally and print out a new copy. If the
certificate is in two separate pieces, it is usually easier to scan the
two pieces separately, and join them digitally.
Peter Rollin wrote:
> A bit of an off-the-wall enquiry I'm afraid, but I have obtained (from my
> mother) one or two birth and marriage certificates that have worn through at
> the folds and then been sellotaped together (some years ago).
> The tape (luckily only on the reverse of the certificates) is badly
> discoloured, and the certifiactes are a bit dog-eared at the join.
> I would like to do a bit of renovation if I can, as these are originals.
> Does anyone out there have any ideas about (or, better still, experience of)
> removing sellotape without irreparably damaging the documents themselves?
> ==== NOTTSGEN Mailing List ====
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Hello, is there anyone out there in Liverpool who can tell me anything about
John Lea, Mayor of Liverpool about 1905. This is a local history question.
He possibly came to live in the Nottingham area after that time, and we
would like to try and find out when. He was presented with a large red
leather covered bible by the corporation that year so must have been in
public service for some time.
Would be very grateful for any assistance,so that we can add a little
information about him when the bible goes on display in our church at the
New to this list, I am looking for an entry in the 1881 Census for Nottingham
for a Thomas TARPY (possibly TARPEY), wife Mary & son Thomas. The parents
were born in Ireland & the son in Nottingham in 1863. This is for a cousin
in the USA.
Lois, in Kent
Found at the County Library.
Stories concerning Notts/Derbys/Leics and Lincs folk who were tried for
murder, rape, robbery.
Anyone researching these names.?
1861. George SMITH of Ilkeston murder of father Joseph SMITH.
1818. At Trent Bridge. Robert BAMFORD aged 20, Adam ADIE aged 29,
William KNIGHT aged 23. Murder of John TIMMS by throwing him over
parapet of Trent Bridge.
1817 Insurrectionary march on Nottingham. Jeremiah BRANDRETH, alias John
COKE, William TURNER and Isaac LUDLAM, the elder, executed at Derby.
Guilty of High Treason.
1835. William SAVILLE. A native of Arnold but brought up in Blidworth
and Bestwood. Murder of wife and family.
1827. William WELLS for robbery of Joseph CORDEN of a watch and £2-12-6
1833. William CLAYTON aged 18 of Nottingham. Charged with wilful murder
of Samuel KAY at Sutton-cum-Lound.
1834. William HINKLEY, aged 31, of Nottingham. Wilful murder of his wife
Fanny in St-Mary's parish Nottingham.
1724. William Andrew HORNE, esq. Murder of his baby nephew at Annesley.
1837. Thomas GREENSMITH of Notrtingham, aged 35. Charged with wilful
murder of John GREENSMITH, William GREENSMITH, Ann GREENSMITH and Mark
GREENSMITH at Basford.
1851. Sarah BARBER of Eastwood. Sentenced to be hanged. Commuted to
transportation for life to Van Diemens Land (Tasmania) for poisoning her
husband Joseph BARBER.
1831 William REYNOLDS, aged 19 and William MARSHALL, aged 19. Hanged for
the rape of Mary Ann LORD aged 22.
1842 John JONES, alias Samuel MOORE. At Mansfield murdered Mary HALLAM.
1838 John DRIVER of Caunton, aged 26. Native of Southwell. Murder of a
woman by the name of HANCOCK, aged 67.
1835. Richard SMITH alias JONES of Nottingham. Rape of Mary GREEN, aged
1830. Henry SHOOTER,aged 19 of Sutton-in-Ashfield. Killed his parents.
1826. Samuel WOOD of St-Marys Nottingham married to Frances (LAMB).
Hanged for the murder of his wife.
1785. John PENDRILL and John TOWNSEND along with ANDERSON and COOK.
Theft of 23s, a silver watch and a quantity of tea, sugar, soap and
tobacco from William VINSON of Edwalton at West Bridgford. Executed.
1814. John HEMSTOCK of East Retford, aged 19. Murder of 11 year old
James SNELL while robbing the house of James SNELL'S aunt Mrs WELLS.
1860. John FENTON, aged 37, blacksmith . For the wilful murder of
Charles SPENCER at Walkeringham.
1817. Charles ROTHERHAM of Sheffield. Hanged for the murder of Elizabeth
SHEPHERD (Bessie) of Papplewick while en-route to Mansfield.
1762. Elizabeth MORTON, aged 15. A domestic working for John OLIVER,
farmer, of Walkeringham. Hanged for the stangulation of her masters two
years old son as he lay in his cradle.
1769. William HEBB. Hanged for the murder of Thomas BURRILL of Newark,
pawnbroker, aged 79.
1773. Joseph SHAW for burglary of 265 gold guineas, £7 in silver, £10 in
foreign coin, a bill to the value of £70 and a gold watch. Executed.
1820. Thomas WILCOX. Convicte3d of highway robbery against Thomas
PEARSON of Chilwell at Barracks Lane Chilwell.
1799. James BRODIE, blind man, aged 23 for killing his guide, a small
boy , on the Mansfield to Farnsfield Road.
1823. Thomas ROE and Benjamin MILLER, both of Nottingham. For felonious
assault and robbery on the Kings Highway of Samuel MARRIOTT, labouring
man employed by Messrs SIMPSON of Brick-hill farm near Arnold.
1784. Ann CASTLEDINE charged with the murder of newly-born female
illegitimate child by suffocationm by burying it alive, immediately
after it's birth. Also tried two years earlier for child murder in
which, due to differing testimony, she was aquitted. Robert RUSHTON was
executed on the same day. RUSHTON for the murder of his daughter.
1812. Benjamin RENSHAW for stealing a cash box containing £30 from the
house of James FINCH of Mansfield plus 32 other crimes including arson,
burglary, sheep stealing, hen stealing and frame wrecking.
David E Millott Hucknall Nottingham
I wonder if someone might be able to do a look up on the 1841 census/census index for Harworth. The names in which I am interested are BENJAMIN WHITE (1779-1844) married to ANN, last name unknown, (ca 1775-1858) and their son JOHN WHITE (ca 1818-1891) married to HANNAH GREEN (ca 1820-1866).
Ron White, US
Could anyone lookup Clement Alfred Potter born 1868 in Keyworth, Notts.
He was not with his family in 1881 census but i know he lived past this
date.He may have been at boarding school. Many thanks Linda
A couple of months ago we visited Barkerville in British Columbia. It is a
preserved Gold Rush town (mid-late 1800s) and there were several graves in
the cemetery of English settlers who had gone out to try their luck. I took
some photos and would be happy to let any descendants have copies. The
problem is their roots are a bit scattered (I didn't spot anyone from Notts)
and I wonder if there is anywhere central I could 'advertise' them. I
suppose I could drop a line to the FHS magazine, but does anyone have a
better idea please?
A bit of an off-the-wall enquiry I'm afraid, but I have obtained (from my
mother) one or two birth and marriage certificates that have worn through at
the folds and then been sellotaped together (some years ago).
The tape (luckily only on the reverse of the certificates) is badly
discoloured, and the certifiactes are a bit dog-eared at the join.
I would like to do a bit of renovation if I can, as these are originals.
Does anyone out there have any ideas about (or, better still, experience of)
removing sellotape without irreparably damaging the documents themselves?
I had the following reply from Mike Askew and it may be of interest to other
> >Hello John,
> I had a letter from Nottingham Diocesan Archivist (Fr. A. P. Dolan) at
> Willson House, Derby Road, Nottingham, NG1 5AW.
> To quote from the accompanying letter;
> "Registers of Baptism, Confirmation, Marriage and Death from many of the
> parishes in the Diocese of Nottingham are held in the Archives both in
> original form and on microfiche. County Record Offices in the territory
> covered by the Diocese hold microfiche copies of those registers which
> finish prior to 1910. These may also be consulted in the Archives. Later
> registers are not available to the public but, time permitting, the
> Archivist or Assistant may be able to do research on behalf of
> A charge of £10.00 per hour is currently (Aug 1999) made for this service.
> Cheques payable to "Nottingham Diocesan Archives". It should be noted that
> much of the information contained in these registers can also be obtained
> form local or national register offices. Apart from some parochial
> registers, the Archives contain very few documents prior to 1850. For
> earlier documents covered prior the present Diocese of Nottingham,
> application should be made to the Archivist of the Archdiocese of
> Birmingham, c/o Cathedral House, St Chad's Queensway, Birmingham, B4 6EU.
> >Postal enquiries require SAE."
> >Would have put this reply on the List, but I have just unsubscribed as
> away for a while.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "JM.Grain" <jm.grain(a)xtra.co.nz>
> To: <NOTTSGEN-L(a)rootsweb.com>
> Sent: 28 July, 2001 7:39 PM
> Subject: [Notts] Catholic records
> > Hi
> > Robyn Thorpe in Brisbane Australia, member of the Leics List would like
> know if the Nottm list could help her.
> > >Would someone be able to have a look at a Leicestershire Catholic
> register that is deposited at the Nottingham >Diocesan Archives. It is
> St. Winifreds Shepshed, number ( 298 ) which refers to the Accessions
> Register >for Deaths, October 1854 - October 1894
> > >I would like to find out if there is a John ORRINGE who died between
> 1856 and Jun 1857 entered.
> > She does not know where the Nottingham Diocesan Archives are kept, my
> guess is the Cathedral on Derby Rd. but I am open to correction.
> > Many thanks
> > John Grain
> > Rotorua New Zealand.
I wondered if anyone knew whether the headstones in hockerton churchyard were readable?I am trying to piece together my LAMB family but I am missing the christening record of william LAMB circa 1774.I suspect his parents may be a John and Hannah But although they had 7 children chris at hockerton between 1760 and 1771,william is missing.william did marry at hockerton so perhaps the entry is simply missing.I just wondered theres a slim possibility that some LAMB headstones might help.Iappreciate that many people never had stones but you never know.There was supposedly a will left by a john Lamb but apparently it is missing,so i,m not sure how to proceed from here.Any ideas welcome .
A Big Thankyou to the person who told me I could load all the Excell
Marriage files into 1 Access File. I didn't believe it, but it did. I
crammed 74 meg of Excell files into one 18 meg Access File, it was like the
Black hole of Calcutta, I just kept bunging it in.
Thanks again, now I can do a search in one go, instead of about 20 go's.
Ron in Oz
Would some kind soul with access to the parish records for Nottingham
St Mary's or Selston
please do a lookup for the marriage of SOLOMON BINGHAM and SARAH FLINT
between 1900 - 1905.
Any help at all with these people will be greatfully received
We just returned to the Nottsgen mailing list and we are researching the
REVILL-MARTIN-FOWLKES/FOULKES-ROWLAND families. It is the MARTIN-FOWLKES
branch from the Nottingham area, which resided in Nottingham.
The information we have todate on the MARTIN family is as follows,
John MARTIN b. circ. 1817 married Elizabeth ? b. circ.1825.The son Thomas
MARTIN b.1847 married Harriet Fowlkes b. 1850 in Snenton. An other son may
have been Harry MARTIN b. 1850. Thomas and Harriet had some connection
(Managed) with the Sheakspeare Inn, Milton St., - The FOWLKES connection is
through Harriet (Fowlkes) MARTIN. Harriet 's parents were John Fowlkes Jr.,
b. 1825 and Susannah ROWLAND b. 1826 in Wirksworth, Derby.
The parents of John Fowlkes and a number of siblings emigrated to the USA in
1861 and settled in the Utha area.
The mother of John was a Harriet RAYNOR. The RAYNOR and the maternal FROST
family too originated from Nottingham.
Information on the foregoing would be appreciated. Herbert and Mary (REVILL)
SCHWARZ, Ontario,Canada <schwarzs(a)ebtech.net>
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