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hi can anyone tell me where Hucknall born people got their kids christened
I'm aware of St Mary Magdalenes, but was wondering what other local churches
people would go to if they didnt go there, and also were these records
available at nfhs on fiche or parish search?
thanks in advance,
Researching Britton in hucknall 1870+
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Can anyony tell me who is researching Thomason.
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"My Broxtowe Hundred Journal"
Image`s, History and Records of North East Nottinghamshire.
Records taken from the 18 Parishes
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I too asked the same question from Nottingham Archives
and they sent me (email) a list of around 10 chapels
around the mid 1800s - rather than write them down
wrongly - I would suggest you contact them - however,
they did not include Trinity Church Baker St - where I
did find some of mine.
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Jayne & Hugh
Does anyone have any knowledge of a manufacturing company in Nottingham
called WILSON & ILIFFE?
I believe that my grandfather Cecil Edward ILIFFE was connected with this
company until his death in the late 1940s (exact date not known). I know
that the company made ladies blouses and was located in the Sneinton area
but if anyone knows anything more I would be pleased to know.
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With the information you have, it should not be too difficult to find the
birth certificate. I am in Canada also and I have obtained certificates
through A & H Associates (aha(a)ndirect.co.uk) with less info than that. They
will automatically search one year before and one year after the period you
request and their service to Canada is within two weeks of placing the
order. You can request the cert with father's name as checking point.
Also, as others have suggested, if you have access to the North York
Library, it is an excellent source of data.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kathy Sharan" <kathysharan(a)shaw.ca>
Sent: Saturday, June 28, 2003 11:24 PM
Subject: [Notts] Marriott
> Hello listers, I am back -
> I've got a challenge for you. My goal is to get the birth certificate
> of my great great grandfather, Edward Francis Marriott. Here's what
> I've got on him to date:
> 1. Edward's birth place: Nottingham, Nottinghamshire (per 1881 and
> 1901 censuses)
> 2. Edward's birth year: 1859 (per 1881 and 1901 census)
> 3. Edward's marriage certificate of 1879 has his father's name and
> occupation (John, baker) and the fact that he was deceased, and the
> place of the marriage (Manchester).
> No other info except I know the year Edward died (1842) and I have his
> occupations and some info on the descendants.
> Censuses too difficult - by 1881 he was married and in his own
> household, and before that I don't have an address and the names are
> just too generic to identify him on the earlier censuses. Haven't found
> his birth on freedb - just his marriage.
> Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to break through my brick
> wall? Are there other unique sources such as voter registrations or tax
> rolls that I could try?
> Kathy in Canada.
Would your percy be about 17 if so he is on the 1901 census but not at
Nottingham although he was born at St Annes Notts. He is listed as in Dorset and he
had enrolled into navy. Occupation is Boys 1st Class Navy Men
Hi again June
I stand corrected - there ARE Spooners in Nottingham, but no Percy appears -
again, if you have parents names or other info, I can look again.
----- Original Message -----
From: "June Spooner" <june.spooner(a)sympatico.ca>
Sent: Sunday, June 29, 2003 3:23 PM
Subject: [Notts] PERCY SPOONER
> If anyone has access to the 1891 Census for Nottingham I would greatly
appreciate it if they would kindly look up the name of PERCY SPOONER
> He will be living in the St. Ann's Well Area very possibly on Edwin St.,
> I have checked the 1881 census but he was not on it and very likely had
not been born.
> Also I have checked the 1901 but could not find him.
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> My best wishes to all
Dont know if you can, but can someone see if they can find any record of a
death of :
somehere between 1910 and 1932 in Nottinghamshire - Probably South Leverton.
she was married to Thomas Ellis.... any info would help as she doesnt on the
1881 or 1901 census!
If anyone has access to the 1891 Census for Nottingham I would greatly appreciate it if they would kindly look up the name of PERCY SPOONER
He will be living in the St. Ann's Well Area very possibly on Edwin St.,
I have checked the 1881 census but he was not on it and very likely had not been born.
Also I have checked the 1901 but could not find him.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
My best wishes to all
Just to ley you all know I have added the 1891 census to my web site at http://homepage.ntlworld.com/rodney.hampson
happy hunting. I welcome feedback and any suggestions as to the many query questionmarks I have in the two census.
Oohhhhhh, Colwick cheese.
I used to live in Carlton and Colwick was only a short walk away. We used to buy Colwick cheese there and have it on fresh bread with salt and pepper and some times with 'mustard & cress' on top.
Thanks for the memory......
Hello listers, I am back -
I've got a challenge for you. My goal is to get the birth certificate
of my great great grandfather, Edward Francis Marriott. Here's what
I've got on him to date:
1. Edward's birth place: Nottingham, Nottinghamshire (per 1881 and
2. Edward's birth year: 1859 (per 1881 and 1901 census)
3. Edward's marriage certificate of 1879 has his father's name and
occupation (John, baker) and the fact that he was deceased, and the
place of the marriage (Manchester).
No other info except I know the year Edward died (1842) and I have his
occupations and some info on the descendants.
Censuses too difficult - by 1881 he was married and in his own
household, and before that I don't have an address and the names are
just too generic to identify him on the earlier censuses. Haven't found
his birth on freedb - just his marriage.
Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to break through my brick
wall? Are there other unique sources such as voter registrations or tax
rolls that I could try?
Kathy in Canada.
MRS SHEILA GREENALL
Nottinghamshire Family History Society
10 SHERWIN WALK ST ANNS NOTTINGHAM NG3 1AH
Telephone:0115 9507362 Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm
FROM A BOOK TO A NEW CD
SURNAME INDEX 1901
The Information on this CD Was taken From the N.F.H.S RECORD SERIES VOL. 138
SEARCHABLE BY SURNAME THIS C\D WILL WORK IN. WORDPAD and WORD
cost £20.00 with postage and packing
THE INDEX IS IN WE WILL SEND IT OUT IN THE NEXT 2 WEEKS
UPDATE ON THE 1871 CENSUS STILL NOT HEARD
FROM P.O.R I WILL PUT IT ON NOTTS GEN
Many thank. Sheila Jim and David
Many thanks to the people who replied to my request for a look-up on the 1891 census for my Horobin (Horibin) family. Unfortunately I haven't found them, so think they must have gone back to Derby as great granny died there in 1897. I will certainly be following up on other suggestions to try to put the pieces of the puzzle together. Again, thanks to all.
Sally in Sydney, Oz
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