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I am looking for the ancestry of Gervase Lascells of Sturton cum Fenton,
Nottsh, who married ca. 1660 Dorcas N. He seems to be a member of the
Lascells family of Sturton but I do not know the connection. All help will
Rob Schouten, Amsterdam
----- Original Message -----
From: Debbie Hodson
Sent: Monday, August 06, 2001 9:53 PM
Subject: Fw: Beryl ALLCOAT and SCRIVENS request
----- Original Message -----
From: Debbie Hodson
Sent: Saturday, August 04, 2001 8:52 PM
Subject: Beryl ALLCOAT and SCRIVENS request
I have done some look-ups for Beryl Allcoat regarding SCRIVENS as requested but unfortuantely have 'lost' her e-mail address.
Is anybody in touch with Beryl that can help?
Heres my Donation, from the NFHS Marriage Index, take your pick
Ron in Oz
Male Surname Male First Name Fem Surname Fem First Name Place Date
ROBINSON John HOLE Hannah CAU 17670406
ROBINSON John RICHARDS Hannah BUW 17730121
ROBINSON John EDWARDS Hannah GRE 17730607
ROBINSON John WHITE Hannah WAR 17910425
ROBINSON John PARKIN Hannah BLY 17921220
ROBINSON John DRIVER Hannah KEL 17931112
ROBINSON John MAKING Hannah GRE 17980812
ROBINSON John COUPE Hannah NRT 17990228
ROBINSON John STACY Hannah BAS 18081129
ROBINSON John MOODY Hannah SAU 18301223
ROBINSON John WOODCOCK Hannah STS 18371225
I use the following for my research.
ARCHIVE CD BOOKS - old books for genealogists reproduced on CD
----- Original Message -----
From: Heather Faulkes <heather.faulkes(a)lineone.net>
Sent: Friday, August 31, 2001 6:58 PM
Subject: Re: [Notts] 1851 census look-up
> > Can any list member who has access to the Warsop section of the 1851
> > census please tell me who was then living at Burns Farm, Warsop. I
> > rather hope the residents will include Mrs Robinson (age 69). If so, I
> > have found my 3xg grandmother and will get to know her Christian name.
> HO107/2123 folio 46 schedule 27
> Burns Farm, Warsop
> John ROBINSON Head Mar 78 Farmer b. Derbys,
> Elemton (?)
> Hannah " Wife Mar 68 Farmers wife
> George " Son Mar 43 Butcher
> Henry " Son Mar 35 Ag. Labourer
> Charlotte " Dau* Mar 34 House Servant
> Joseph " Son Un 30 Ag Lab
> Elizabeth " Gr Dau 8 Scholar
> Notts, Warsop
> Hannah " Gr Dau 7 Scholar
> Mary Ann " " 5 Scholar
> John " Gr Son 1
> John BARLOW Serv Un 28 Farm Servant b. N. K.
> Thomas MELLORS Serv Un 17 " b. N. K.
> Emma HASE (?) Serv Un 17 House Servant b. Notts,
> Although the place of birth looks like Elemton the capital 'E' looks a bit
> odd, so it could be something else. If it is Elemton, then it might mean
> Elmton, which is 3 miles NW of Bolsover.
> On the line showing Charlotte Robinson, it looks like the word "LAW" has
> been written above the line in a different hand. Unfortunately, I don't
> a copier on my fiche reader or I would send you a copy!
> By the way, did you know that a Burns Farm still shows on the OS map of
> Heather Faulkes
> Nottinghamshire, UK
> Nottinghamshire Church Photos www.oldnotts.co.uk/churches/index.htm
> Ashfield History & Genealogy pages www.oldnotts.co.uk/ashfieldindex.htm
> POPLAR One-Name study (GOONS 3576)
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I will be posting a full copy of the
1891 census of Kelham Notts
fiche 2708 no 2
folio 81 page
William RIDGE 46 farmer b Notts Bathley
Sarah wife 44 b Notts Barnby
Mary s 24 ? b Notts Cottingham
George s 23 agricultural labourer b Notts Newark
Roger s 21 agricultural labourer b Notts Southwell
William s 16 agricultural labourer b York's Sheffield
Arthur 12 scholar b Notts North Muskham
Robert 10 scholar b Notts North Muskham
George NEAL nephew 1 b Lancashire Liverpool
John CHAMBERS s 15 gardener b Lincoln Boothby G?
William BILCHER s 18 gardener b Oxfordshire Upper Heyford
Alfred LAUGRIDGE s 21 gardener b Kent Hayes
Sarah MARSHALL wid 53 dairy woman ag b Notts Southwell
Reuben son s 25 dairyman ag b Notts Kellham
William CAUNT servant s 22 farm servant b Lincoln Foston
Arthur WEBB 49 gardener b Bucks Burnham
Eliza wife 45 b ? Sandford
Mary MUNDAY niece s 21 dressmaker b Middlesex Shepherds Bush
Eliza G DAY niece 14 scholar b Berkshire Didcot
? LIDGETT 62 farmer b Notts Coddington
Elizabeth wife 63 b Notts Little Carlton
Jane E s 32 b Notts Kelham
Francis S dau s 27 b Notts Kelham
Charles F s 19 b Notts Kelham
Alfred C CLEG? servant s 19 farm servant b Notts Bolderton
Nottinghamshire Stray Marriages
17th Century Parish Registers
1891 Census Strays
I'm trying to help Brian CAWKWELL trace his family, I knew his grandfathers
brother, Gilbert CAWKWELL MBE, whilst he was alive. There is a memorial
stone in Basford Cemetery to the CAWKWELL's, and on the 1881 census, some
are shown living on Nuthall Road, near to the Aspley Lane junction, Gilbert
& his wife lived on Amersham Rise in Aspley. Brian's Grandfather was George,
and Brian was born in Aspley, so they all seem to be local to each other.
Can SKS help flesh out some details?
Has anyone come across Mary Ellen COX b.1886c in 1891 census for Worksop
area of Notts? Also Albert Thomas TAYLOR b.6th Feb 1888.
Have mem inscriptions for Priory Church Worksop if anyone would like me look
for them. Also have them for St Lawrence Whitwell Derbys
>I assume the new address at Dale Close is on Chesterfield Road South and
not >North. Can you confirm please.
You're quite right - and I was obviously working too late that night :-)
Correct address is:
100 Chesterfield Road South,
Nottinghamshire Church Photos www.oldnotts.co.uk/churches/index.htm
Ashfield History & Genealogy pages www.oldnotts.co.uk/ashfieldindex.htm
POPLAR One-Name study (GOONS 3576)
Does anyone on the list have any connection with the above families please.
Vincent Eyre and Sarah Blackney had a daughter Mary Ann who was born in
Newark. They never married and Sarah later married William Cobb and may have
lived happily ever after, for all I know.
I am really interested in Sarah and Vincent.
Any information would be very welcome.
I have been trying for the past five years to find the last "missing"
branch on the family tree, and have now traced them up to 1983.
Charles Arthur Michael (b 1914 Grimsby died Sept 1983 Notts) married Helen
Mary White. Their children were Jonathon H Michael (b 1952 Notts), Peter C
Michael (b 1954 Basford), Sarah J Michael (b 1959 Basford) and Richard W
Michael (b 1962 Basford). When Charles Michael died in 1983 his address was
Melrose Ave Beeston.
Does anyone know any of the family?
Thanks for your help
Marion in South Australia
Hello all. Not really genealogy except that I use your kindness in my research. But...
I've just experienced devastation here in Reading. Lost the whole of my hard disk contents - mostly my own silly fault I have to admit - but with it went a years store e-mails, ALL my addresses most of my spreadsheets but fortunately not my databases and FH lists which are kept on a second HD.
Please, anyone who corresponds with me or has given me help in the last year or so, can you please send me an empty e-mail to the address at the very end.
You may have corresponded with me via geoff.22usk(a)u.genie.co.uk or geoff.22usk(a)bctalk.net or ge.hunt(a)bigbluesky.uk.net or geoff.22usk(a)clara.co.uk
which are all the different ISP s I've used inn the past couple of years. Finally settled with this one (I hope) some of you may have been let down by the last one above, good old BBS went the way of many of the failed ones. Belly up!
Geoff Hunt, Reading UK
geoff.hunt(a)nutshell.net is the address that will reach me now.
Thanks so much.
"Nice one, Sue"
After dotting a few i's and crossing a few t's you'll soon be up north on
your hol's and they'll be more then e-mails flowing. Amazing you being in
John in Nottingham
----- Original Message -----
From: Sue Adamson <mosessue(a)tpg.com.au>
To: John B. Hawksley-Blackburn <jbhb(a)globalnet.co.uk>
Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2001 3:13 AM
Subject: Re: [Notts] 1st WW marriage
> Dear John,
> Talk about a victory dance all around the lounge room. What can l say,
> thank you doesn't seem to be enough.
> It got the better of me, l by-passes the email and went straight to the
> phone, l live in Queensland Australia too. Mel was so surprised. Yes you
> right, we are family. They'll be plenty of email running for a while
> Mel and l.
> Once again, Thank you :o)
> Love Sue
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "John B. Hawksley-Blackburn" <jbhb(a)globalnet.co.uk>
> To: <NOTTSGEN-L(a)rootsweb.com>
> Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2001 5:25 AM
> Subject: Re: [Notts] 1st WW marriage
> > Dear Sue
> > Its always nice when you read an enquiry like yours, and you feel
> > 99.9% chance the info passed on will lead to a living connection.
> > A message on this list in 1998 resulted in me doing a few look-ups for
> > LOWTH of Finch Hatton, Nr Mackay, Queensland. e-mail melowth(a)bigpond.com
> > His gr or grandfather William Frederick LOWTH b Carlton Scroop in
> > Lincolnshire had gone to Australia 1890ish from Southwell Notts a single
> > man. Mel knew that he had sisters and their father was Henry also from
> > Carlton Scroop. We managed to track Henry at Aversham, nr Southwell in
> > 1881 census together with William Frederick aged 9 and a sister Ann aged
> > 11yrs. Then we found the surprise of all William Frederick had a brother
> > George Henry LOWTH...
> > 1891 census Cockhill Farm Southwell Notts
> > George H LOWTH 26yrs Ag Labourer born Carlton Scroop, Lincs
> > Elizabeth LOWTH 27yrs wife born Muskham, Notts
> > George H LOWTH 1yr son born Southwell, Notts
> > Elizabeth FLOWER 58yrs Wid, motherinlaw b Winkburn, Notts
> > The family later moved to Woodborough village (not the suburb of
> > Woodborough) and death records are held there. I feel this is your May's
> > family, her and maybe other children being born after 1891.
> > I've not heard from Mel for a while. But when I did he was in contact
> > LOWTH descendents of George who are still living at Woodborough. He was
> > the moon at finding English cousins and suggested at the time I should
> > bottle my blood.
> > I wonder if May JOYCE (LOWTH) knew the whereabouts of Mel's William
> > Frederick L in Australia?.
> > Best of Luck
> > John
> > West Bridgford
> > Nottingham
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: Sue Adamson <mosessue(a)tpg.com.au>
> > To: <NOTTSGEN-L(a)rootsweb.com>
> > Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2001 8:20 AM
> > Subject: [Notts] 1st WW marriage
> > > Dear Listers,
> > >
> > > l have my husbands Grandfather in England during the 1st WW. l'm
> > he was stationed in Grantham, was there a base in Grantham ?
> > >
> > > He married a May LOWTH born c 1899 [ apparently permission was
> > from the army ] on 5th Feb 1918 at St. Swithin's Church Woodborough
> > Nottingham. May gives her Fathers name as George Henry LOWTH Labourer.
> > Lilliam LOWTH and Charles Freeman CLAW were witnesses.
> > > May returned to Australia with John JOYCE her husband after the war.
> > >
> > > Hopefully there is someone out there with a connection to the LOWTH
> > family.
> > >
> > > Regards
> > > Sue
> > > Australian Dreamtime Searchers Genealogy Club
> > > http://australiadreamtimesearchers.freeservers.com/Index.html
> > > contact mosessue(a)tpg.com.au
> > > contact aurora(a)multiline.com.au
> > >
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The most obvious would be Caroline but can't find what I am looking for.
It's a c1827 name. Is there another name besides Caroline or Carolyn that
might be shortened to Carrie or Carry?
Evelyn Heale (nee Gilby)
BALL CRONE GARDNER GILBY
GODSO GREENHALGH HAGGIS HILL
JOHNSTON MARLOW MARSDEN
MURRAY PARKER PARMENTER
REED RENHAM ROBERTSON
SANSUM TOWLE WARNER WILD
I'd be very pleased if somebody would help me out with the following.
I have already had the help of SKS who looked up on 1881 census for Edward
HORNBUCKLE. There were 5 altogether and all in the Lincs/Leics Area. 3 of
these I discounted as being too old. The remaining two are at the time of
the 1881 Census:-
1. 17y.o., born Tilton, Leics and working as a Farm servant on a farm at
Stretton Magna, Leics. where he lived.
2. 29y.o.(Widow), born Grantham, Lincs and working as a Soda Water
Manufacturer and living in a boarding house in Grantham.
Would SKS look up the 1891 Census to see where these two characters were
living, who else was living with them and what occupation they had? The one
I want is the one who eventually got married (could be before or after 1891
census) and produced my grandmother (after census), birth details of whom
are somehow eluding me. By the time my grandmother married in 1918, her
father, Edward HORNBUCKLE had become a Goods Guard and at some time had
ended up living in Netherfield, Nottingham.
If somebody could throw some light onto this I would be over the moon.
Paul from Watlington, Oxon