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Sharon

Sharon Report 26 Mar 2010 07:51

hi sam
thomas stone to henry and martha 31 3 1758
henry 7 12 1760 beeston
marriage henry to martha stone 6 10 1755 beeston

possible baptism of martha stone 8 11 1734 to george and deborah he being a frame work knitter
elizabeth 23 7 1724
jane 28 6 1728
george 18 11 1729
john 3 6 1732 all beeston
possible burial of deborah 10 11 1737 beeston

regards sharon

Sharon

Sharon Report 26 Mar 2010 08:11

hi sam
possible baptism of henry wright 8 4 1731 to gervase and mary
edmund 29 4 1738 gervase 3 4 1741 gervase 11 8 1723 francis 12 11 1727 william 11 12 1729 all beeston fwk

burials francis 10 12 1727 son of gervase
william 14 12 1729 son of gervase

regards sharon

Samantha

Samantha Report 26 Mar 2010 08:44

Many thanks, Sharon. :)

schoie

schoie Report 26 Mar 2010 17:33

Joan

Hello Sharon can you please help me again. Im having trouble with new comp. and have not seen thanks for last time. Samuel Cock district not known but presume Nottms.daughter Theodosia Talmon Cock c. George St. Baptist Nottm. 15.3.1781 m St. Marys Lace Market Nottm - John Schofield of Sheffield 14.05.1799 This is the only information I have.
Thank you once again for all the help you give everyone.
best wishes Joan

Sharon

Sharon Report 27 Mar 2010 09:59

hi joan
i really cant find anyhing on them only the marriage but on family search they have her parents as samuel and elizabeth
and on ancestry someone has theodosia and john with a son alfred 1804 sheffield i wonder if her parents were married in sheffield
best wishes sharon

schoie

schoie Report 27 Mar 2010 20:35



Thanks Sharon its the parents I wanted but I had nothing to go on Samuel.& Elizabeth. Theodosia is daughter married to John Schofield in St Marys Lace Market Nottm went to live Sheffield had son Alfred.( the Schofield is my husbands line)
Kind regards
Joan.

littlelegs

littlelegs Report 30 Mar 2010 10:28

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Sharon

Sharon Report 1 Apr 2010 23:45

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Lexie

Lexie Report 2 Apr 2010 12:59

Hi.Have you got a baptism of aFrank Swain born 1860 in Nottingham at Cinders Hill his mother was Charlotte.Thank you

Derek

Derek Report 2 Apr 2010 15:21

Hi Lexie..don't measn to hijack Lorraine's Thread.....but she knows me and I'm sure she won't mind.
As part of my Derbyshire reseasrch i am actually working on the Swain family..........so i offer the following as additional to anything Lorraine may find for you.

It appears that Charlotte Swain might have been born in Belper 1839 daughter of John and Jane. It also appears that although she had several children..including Frank..that she may never have married.....This is no more than a suggestion at this stage, based on the fact that in 1871 she had four children and is listed as unmarried...On a later Census she is listed as a "windower"..which means widow......


We'll have to see what lorraine comes up with.

Derek.

Kathleen

Kathleen Report 2 Apr 2010 16:45

Hi Lorraine
Could you please look for the marriage of William Barker to Alice? He was born abt. 1701 in Clifton cum Glapton, I think his son William Gamble Barker was born abt. 1745.

Many thanks
Kathleen

littlelegs

littlelegs Report 2 Apr 2010 21:38

hi lexie
sorry no baptism for frank
all the best
lorraine

littlelegs

littlelegs Report 2 Apr 2010 21:47

hi kathleen
william barker married alice webb 2 7 1724 nottingham st peter
all the best lorraine

littlelegs

littlelegs Report 2 Apr 2010 21:49

hi derek
how you doing [if you can help you keep it up ]
all the best lorraine

littlelegs

littlelegs Report 3 Apr 2010 22:33

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littlelegs

littlelegs Report 4 Apr 2010 09:41

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Marion

Marion Report 4 Apr 2010 10:10

Hi
Im wondering if you could possibly find a birth for James White about 1785 . I know he was living in the Kirkby in Ashfield /Pinxton area and was bur at Pinxton . Derek has tried in the Derbys area but couldnt find a birth , so I thought perhaps the Notts disc would come up with something
Thank you Marion

Lexie

Lexie Report 4 Apr 2010 19:19

Hi Lorrain.Can you help with a baptism of a Frank Swain born about 1860 he was born at Cinders Hill Nottinghamshire.His mother was Charlotte Swain he had a slightly older brother Willian .Thanks Julie

Jeanette

Jeanette Report 4 Apr 2010 23:19

Hi there, could you possibly help with a baptism for Lilian Taylor born 1884, father Thomas Taylor and mother Elizabeth Bell. Probably in Radford, Nottingham. Also any other children born to same parents, I know this a tall order but would be grateful for any information received.
Thanking you in anticipation,
Jeanette.

Jill

Jill Report 5 Apr 2010 11:22

Hi Sharon,It suddenly dawned on me yesterday, that Richard Whitworth b.1780, must have married again, to a Sarah as Richard Rawson Whitworth was born to a Richard and Sarah, not Elizabeth Surplice, Would you be able to find a marriage, Sarah could possibly be a nee Rawson as I wonderd where that name came from as it seems to be used as a second name for all the offspring after 1810 . Many thanks Jill