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I am trying to locate the GILL family who were in Nottingham c1890
George and Caroline (nee Smith) GILL m 1859 in Hascomb, district Hambledon,
Daughters, Kate b.1871 and Harriett Amy b.1878 were christened in June 1878
in Frogmore, Hertford .
The Family then disappeared untill the marriage of Kate (but down as
Catherine) to John JARVIS in July 1891 in Bulwell Nottm. her age given was
19 and her father George Publican, deceased.
Could anyone help with the missing family, on the 1881 or 1891 or fingers xed
1901 census, Kate and John JARVIS were living at 13 Freehold St Bulwell in
1892. dont know where her Mother, Father and sister were from 1878 onwards
Thanks for your time and any leads you may be able to give me
Marilyn George Gill's gt,gt, G.daughter
Does anyone know how many fiche there are in the 1901 census for Worksop?
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Could SKS please look up Samuel and Clara Harrison in the 1901 census for
Netherfield, possibly in Manvers Street? I'm beginning to doubt that the
census will ever get on line.
Irene in Wales
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Just found a message on the YORKSGEN list that gives the following link:
It's an excellent resource for anyone trying to decipher Old English writing, and the names they may be reading in Parish Registers.
Just thought I'd pass it on.
Caroline Boston (nee Whitehead)
I'm wondering if anyone could give me some help with my search for my
great-aunt. She was Louisa Ann Williams, born 1861 in Penhow, Monmouth,
left there in the mid 1880s and my grandfather wrote that in 1937 she was a
widow twice over living at The Croft, Caunton. Does this house still exist?
I'd like to trace her marriages and death. By 1937 she had been living in
Caunton for 50 years. Did she have any children? Are there any relatives
or friends of hers out there? Any help much appreciated.
Jennifer from Leeds.
Don't forget there is a Family History Fair on June 2nd at the Harvey Hadden
Sports Centre, Bilborough Park, Wigman Road, Bilborough, Nottingham &
features Societies such as North Cheshire, Nottinghamshire, Doncaster, Guild
of One Name Studies plus other stalls. There will also be a Rootsweb meeting
place so come along and meet other listers!
& on June 16th there is a Family History Fair at Buxton's Pavilion Gardens,
again featuring Nottinghamshire FHS, & North Cheshire FHS also joined by
Derbyshire FHS & The Society of Genealogists
On Sunday September 29th there will be a Family History Fair at Aintree
Racecourse again featuring the Society of Genealogists & family history
For further details visit the web site www.familyhistoryfairs.com
Hi Kind Folk,
Many thanks to everyone who so kindly responded to my enquires for the CD Trade Directories and the Starbuck's, and I can assure you all of your replies where gratefully received.
My offer for a free look-up for the WW1 army records for the STARBUCK's is still available.
Thank you again.
There has been several people looking for HURTS of Eakring and in Nottinghamshire generally over the past few months, requesting details etc. The is a HURT ONE NAME STUDY at hurt(a)one-name.org Sharon HURT is also connected to the Eakring HURT's
Kathy my wife has also done extensive research on the HURT of Eakring one of my direct lines, and we are in touch with HURT relatives of both Eakring and other families.
The HURT name appears in Nottinghamnshire in the mid 17c, but is very prevealent in Derbyshire a long time before that, and an effort is being made to see if we have a connection with the HURT families of Derbyshire.
I agree Denise - when my cousin and I went to Nottingham looking up stuff
the people were so so helpful - if you stand on the corner with a map
someone comes up and helps you.
>From: "Denise Wynn" <newstead(a)telus.net>
>Subject: [Notts] Holy Trinity Church - thanks everyone!
>Date: Thu, 30 May 2002 09:43:17 -0700
>Thanks to all those kind people who sent me photo's and information on Holy
>Trinity Church. I guess I'll be visiting Hyson Green's St. Stephen's
>on my next visit back to Nottingham to see g-grandad's plaque.
>I've always been told the best looking girls come from Nottingham but I
>think they should add that the most helpful people also come from
>Denise, in partly cloudy Vancouver
>Researching the family history of WYNN(E), and WISHER O.N.S. I use
>www.archivecdbooks.org to help with my research
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This is the one I think:-
Henry FOTHERBY/Sarah Ann CARTLEDGE 25 December 1888 in North Muskham.
Sorry I don't have the census. There were quite a few Fotherby marriages. Contact me offlist if you want these too.
Could SKS look up on the marriage CD to see if they can find
Henry FOTHERBY m Sarah CARTLEDGE/CARTLIDGE
1888 possibly in North Muskham
Also could SKS look up on 1891 to see if they were living in North Muskham (and whether they had had any children).
I am looking for someone who would kindly lookup the marriages of 1770 only
in the Bingham Parish Register. It appears that they were missed in the
copying of the Bishop's Transcripts. Only one entry was made at the bottom
of the page and no signature page was copied, so I believe there may be
previously unknown marriages there.
Of course, my interest are not unselfish since I believe that a missing
marriage that I'm looking may have occurred that same year.
Lance (Bremerton, Washington)
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I am pleased with the services that he offers, especially the feedback
as to when personal cheques have arrived, item are ordered, and
Good luck with your Ancestral Hunting.
Please remember they are as written.
So spellings may differ.
Any questions feel free to mail me.
fiche 6073776 page 1-79
Thomas LANGFORDE, of Sutton in Ashfield &
Marie WOODE, of same, spr, d. of Hughe WOODE,
of South Normanton, co Derby, yeom, dec, at Sutton
Richard NOBLE, p. St Mary's Nottm, roughe-mason
& Elizabeth BREFITTE, of Granby, spr, at St Mary's.
William GAMBLE, the elder, of Frises[--] co Leic, blackesmyth & Margaret ROBINSON, p. St Peter's
Nottm, d. of Richard ROBINSON, of Kinoulton, husb,
at St Peter's.
[Bond by William GAMBLE, the younger, of [ ] yeom.]
Zouch THRUMPTON, of [ ] & [ ], d. of
Henrie BACON, of Clifton, at same.
Phillip PARKER, p. St Peter's Nottm, yeom &
Anne OTTERSBIE, p. St Nicholas, Nottm, spr, at
Thomas HOLLAND, of East Retford, milliner &
Katherine SPIVIE, of Gringley, spr, at same.
Richard AUBERIE, of Gamston, husb & Jane LUPTON,
p. St Peter's, Nottm, spr, at St Peter's.
Nicholas HORNER, p. St Mary's, Nottm butcher &
Elizabeth CRAVEN, p. St Peter's Nottm, spr, d. of
William CRAVEN, of London, haberdasher, at
Thomas KINGE, of Thorpe in Glebis, yeom &
Marie TRUSWELL, d. of Roger TRUSWELL, of Sutton
on Trent, dec, at Thorpe.
Thanks to Ron Hawthorne, Brenda Bowers, Carol Haycock, David Hallam, and
everyone who pointed out that the CD's now are all available from the FSH
via credit card. I appreciate your taking the time .... and wish I had
checked a last time before wasting it.....
Mel Trueblood, Michigan
Hi fellow searches,
Could someone help me where a can purchase TRADE DIRECTORIES for CARLTON AND NETHERFIELD for the years 1890 and on.
STARBUCK AND MANN IN NOTTINGHAM.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Have a nice day - one and all.
Regards from sunny Canada.
I have been working on my husbands Wrigglesworth family and found this:
William A. Palethrope married Sarah Esther Wrigglesworth and she was born
I don't know if that will be of help, but if you do have any information on
them I would be ever so happy in knowing.
They were from Nottinghamshire and my Wrigglesworth's family was living in