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In message <BAY102-W11E00BA107854974EC0B1BA5AC0(a)phx.gbl>,
Nottinghamshire Family History Society <nottinghamshire(a)msn.com> writes
>He has sold out to find my past ££££££££££££££££
OK folks.... from the horse's mouth. To avoid further speculation <grin>
Archive CD Books Ltd has NOT been sold.
I am closing up and retiring. <Bigger grin>
Last orders are today (30th September) at
50% off on any order over £15.00
Archive CD Books Ltd.
>> From: judith.kettlewell(a)btinternet.com> To:
>>david.litchfield(a)gmail.com; nottsgen(a)rootsweb.com> Date: Sun, 30 Sep
>>2007 11:01:46 +0100> Subject: Re: [NTT] Archive CD Books> > Hi> > It's
>>closing down - full stop. Not being taken over by anyone else. Rod
>>Neep > is retiring and Archive CD Books is ceasing to trade.> > All
>>CD's are half price until it shuts down but I can't remember the date.
>>> It is however on their website.> > Kind regards> > Judith K> > >
>>----- Original Message ----- > From: "David Litchfield"
>><david.litchfield(a)gmail.com>> To: <nottsgen(a)rootsweb.com>> Sent:
>>Sunday, September 30, 2007 10:13 AM> Subject: [NTT] Archive CD Books>
>>> > > Has anyone else heard that Archive CD Books is closing down?> >>
>>> Is the business being taken over by new owners?> >> > --
TODAY!! 30th September!! Hurry!!
Judith Kettlewell wrote:
> It's closing down - full stop. Not being taken over by anyone else. Rod Neep
> is retiring and Archive CD Books is ceasing to trade.
> All CD's are half price until it shuts down but I can't remember the date.
> It is however on their website.
> Kind regards
> Judith K
Yes, I have just read that Rod Neep is retiring, Archive CD Books Ltd will
cease trading and the company will be closed down. It's is not being sold on I
believe. The closure takes place toady 30th September 2007, after which the
GB site on-line catalogue and ordering will no longer be available.
We are to be reassured the project will continue, and that the other partner
companies such as Australia, the USA, Canada and Ireland are to continue.
It's a real shame.
Does this sound familiar to anyone?
Jack GLADWIN GREEN born 08/03/1899 Mansfield. Parents James GREEN and
Sadly Rosannah died shortly after Jack was born.
On the 1901 census Jack appears to be living with his Aunt and Uncle, James
GLADWIN b. 1870 Edwinstowe and Mary Jane GLADWIN nee HAMPSON b. Portobello
Wolverhampton and they are living in yorkshire Yorkshire.
I am unable to find Jack's father James GREEN b. 1871 Mansfield on the 1901
census or what happened to him after Rosannah had died. I have searched the
death index and I have not been able to identify father or son.
Please note Jack is his birth name and not short for John.
Any help would be appreciated.
A couple of years back, I had some help from someone with access to the
Mansfield local papers of 1860 to 1872 and gained knowledge of my great
grandfather's death and military funeral.
He was Drill Serjeant William Foot and he was invalided out of the *th
regiment of Foot in 1870 as the drill instructor to the local Yeomanry.
Due to illness and other matters, I had to leave it all there but now back
in harness, hoping someone can have a look at the papers back numbers for
the period to see how he came to be so well respected a citizen as he
apparently was. He had a wife Emily Eglantine and a daughter, Emma Ellen -
who I remember - and after Will's death Emily re-married and went to Newark
As you see, I have quite a bit but if there are any blanks to fill, I'd
like to do that.
So if there's anyone who can help, please contact me and let me know any
Martin Hall is situated about 1 mile East of Bawtry.The Hall estate included Martin Common Farm just to the South of Rossington and is bordered by Pipers Wood and Winnows Wood.There used to be a small hamlet here called Martin which fell under Harworth Parish. During the war Martin Hall and its surrounding area was taken over by the RAF, used I believe as a headquarters by Bomber Command.There used to be a small airfield (or landing strip) within the estate.For many years it was out of bounds to the public - not sure if restrictions have ever been lifted.
I am looking for any Ancestors of John Nowell or Newell - in 1901 the family
who originate from Wednesbury, Staffs were at 55 Building? Street, Hucknall
Torkard in 1901. It seems the main family links are NOWELL, but John was
shown as a NEWELL on the census, as was my Grandfather who retained NEWELL.
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Latest Publications List for the Nottinghamshire Family History Society
will be out in two week if you will like a copy
Please Send an A5 s.a.e
To Mrs Sheila Greenall
Nottinghamshire Family History Society
10 Sherwin Walk
Thank you Sheila and Jim
Nottinghamshire Family History Society
10 Sherwin walk
Tel 0115 9507362 9am to 4pm monday-Fridays
All I have indexed
Beeston Burials 1813 - 1901
Burton Joyce Baptisms 1747 - 1892
Burton Joyce Burials 1747 - 1901
None of these are currently on the Notts FHS CD's and as they are
from Parish Registers (and not Bishops Transcripts) are from a
different source to the limited coverage available on the IGI.
I am prepared to do surname look ups but must emphasise that I
will only respond to one surname in one parish per email.
Please do not send requests for information from parishes not shown
on the list.
A little help please!!
My grandfather, Spencer Lobley, died in November 1917 in Martin Hall,
Harworth Blyth and Cuckney R.D.
Could anyone out there point me in the direction of this building?
I have looked on several maps but cannot see anything that looks possible.
Any pointers gratefully received!
Rotherham, South Yorks
Still struggling with my SEVERN baptisms!
Have got part of details but having trouble getting the full details. Can
sks help please.
Need full details of Baptism below of John, baptism disk playing up.
John Severn in 1843 in Greasley, mother Lydia a single woman from Kimberly.
And there is a Mary Severn born abt 1848 in the same place and I trying to
find if she belongs to Lydia also.
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