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Wendy

Wendy Report 13 Feb 2014 19:33

That's OK Derek, Kath & Lorriane I'm always glad to help.

Wendy :-D

Derek

Derek Report 13 Feb 2014 18:58

Thanks again Wendy..don't go away.there'll be more!!

Derek :-D

Kathleen

Kathleen Report 13 Feb 2014 18:24

Thank you very much Wendy for the Tattersall info. much appreciated.

Kath

littlelegs

littlelegs Report 13 Feb 2014 14:00

hi wendy

thank you so so much for the info your a star
lorraine

Wendy

Wendy Report 12 Feb 2014 17:20

Hi Kath,

Burial of Mary Tattersall on 10 April 1864 at Nottingham General Cemetery died 6 April 1864 aged 63yrs wife of John Tattersall of Bloomsgrove, Radford a Butcher. Grave 20,386, Intern No. M856.
Also in same grave was:
John Tattersall buried 11 Nov 1860 died on 8 Nov 1860 an inmate of the Asylum Sneinton late of Bloonsgrove, Radford, a Butcher. Intern I.571.

More names in the same grave if they mean anything to you let me know and I will get the full details:
Joseph Gilbert aged 75yrs died 20 Dec 1875
Ann Gilbert aged 72yrs died 2 Oct 1879
Minnie Knight aged 6mths daughter of John and Mary Ann Knight died 3 Oct 1880.
Ethel Knight aged 9mths daughter of John Knight (sorry didn't put down date.

There is also one more in grave but writing was to faint to read almost blank but the year was 1908

All the best

Wendy


Wendy

Wendy Report 12 Feb 2014 17:08

Hi Derek,

Marriage Details: Wollaton St Leonard's Chruch 28 March 1839:

John Banner, full age, a Gardner of Wollaton, father James Banner a Labourer.
Charlotte Shippam, full age, a Servant of Wollaton, father Samuel Shippam a Butcher.
Both John & Charlotte signed.
Witness's were William Banner & Sarah Banner.

So the Charlotte Shipman in Arnold is the right one but its down as Shippam on the marriage.

All the best

Wendy

Kathleen

Kathleen Report 8 Feb 2014 15:33

Thank you Wendy, look forward to hearing from you

Kath

Wendy

Wendy Report 7 Feb 2014 17:35

Hi Lorraine,
Sooooooooooooo Sorry I must have forgot to do it.

Is this the one's you wanted?

Grave 11602 Church Cemetery, Section St George

1. Edna Johnson aged 20 yrs wife of Arthur Johnson of Thorneywood Rise died at General Hospital 26 Nov 1928 buried 1 Dec 1928 at 2.30 pm Intern No 31737.
Grave purchased by Mr Albert Kirk of 3 Stanley St, Blue Bell Hill father of deceased.
2. Albert Kirk aged 58 yrs of 72 Blue Bell Hill, Hosiery Worker, died 1 May 1930 in St Mary's Parish, Buried 7 May 1930 at 3.0 pm. Intern No 32510.
3. Lily Kirk aged 87 yrs of 4 Upper Beacon St, Blue Bell Hill, died 8 Aug 1958 at Nottingham City Hospital. Buried 13 Aug 1958 at 3.0 pm. Intern No. 41860.

All the best

Wendy

Wendy

Wendy Report 7 Feb 2014 17:20

Hi Kath,

Mary Tattersall not on my disc's so will check cemetery's next week for you.

Wendy

Wendy

Wendy Report 7 Feb 2014 17:06

Hi +++DetEcTive+++ & Derek,

That's OK I'm always glad to help.

Wendy :-D

Derek

Derek Report 7 Feb 2014 16:17

Wendy!! the brightest star in the firmanent..of course you're right.......I just thought there was another marriage for Charlotte Shipman.

Thank you so much!! if you get chance i'd love to get your confirmation.

Derek.

+++DetEcTive+++

+++DetEcTive+++ Report 7 Feb 2014 16:10

Thank you for confirming the marriage from the image :-D

Wendy

Wendy Report 7 Feb 2014 15:58

Hi everyone, Sorry to have taken so long to get beck to you but not been on line for a few days.

Right Derek, why don't you think the Charlotte Shipman you found is the right one, here what's on my disc,

John Banner and Charlotte Shippam (could be Shipman) married 28 March 1839 at St Leonard's Church Wollaton. I'll of course have a look at the marriage next time I'm in the archives next week. It's the only marriage I can find.

Christenings of children at St Leonard's:
4 Aug 1839 Mary
27 Feb 1842 Thomas
15 March 1846 Sarah Ann
11 May 1851 James
4 June 1854 Christana
26 Sept 1858 Charles, John is down as a Gardner on all of them.

Charlotte Shipman christened 11 July 1813 daughter of Samuel & Temperance at St Mary's Arnold. Samuel was a Butcher.

Burial of Charlotte at St Leonard's 17 Nov 1865 aged 52yrs, (ties in with the christening in Arnold.)

John Banner was buried 9 July 1861 St Leonard's aged 57yrs.

As I said I'll check the marriage to see if John is a Gardner on that and Charlotte's father was Samuel and a butcher.

Wendy

littlelegs

littlelegs Report 4 Feb 2014 19:48

hi wendy

any chance of a burial look up detail on page 21

name edna kirk

thank you
lorraine

Kathleen

Kathleen Report 4 Feb 2014 16:32

Hi Wendy

Are you able to check on a burial of a Mary Tattersall who died 1864 in Radford, any info would be appreciated.

Thank you
Kath

Derek

Derek Report 4 Feb 2014 15:45

Wendy my Angel!! x.......I would be eternally in your debt if you could perform one of your seemingly impossible miracles.............that's what you call a grovel!!

I am stymied by a Nottingham marriage between JOHN BANNER b 1804 Greasley..or nearby...and a CHARLOTTE............born about 1815 allegedly in Arnold..the only one I can find is Charlotte Shipman,but it ain't her.


They were living in Wollaton in 1861 when John upped and hanged himself. They had five children between 1840 and 1854..........but the marriage seems to have been before 1837. cos I can't find it anywhere on Civil Reg BMD,s..but you'll find the family on the 1861 Census....

Many thanks again.

Derek.

+++DetEcTive+++

+++DetEcTive+++ Report 4 Feb 2014 10:43

Thank you so much for the info - although it is always lovely to have supporting documentation, Francis is a rather distance cousin, and I wouldn't want to put you to any expense. Would they allow you to take a photo instead?

If you could just check the images to make sure that the 1884 doesn't also name her father as Joel? The witnesses, if they are legible, would be good to know.

Because this family are so 'ordinary' I never think to check the BNA ;-)

Wendy

Wendy Report 4 Feb 2014 09:35

Hi +++DetEcTive+++,

While waiting for Debbie to come round had a quick look at the 19th Century British Newspapers and found in the marriage announcements in Nottingham Guardian dated friday October 28th, 1881

On the 20th Oct at St Ann's Church, Nottingham by the Rev George ?dgcome, rector of St Peter's, Fred the youngest son of Abraham Jamison to Annie Frances younger daughter of Joel Taylor, of Mayfield Grove.

Of course I'll still check the actual Church record, would you like me to get you a copy?

Also found on my disc 2 more christening of Joel's children:
1. 18 Dec 1853 John Bennett born 27 Nov 1853 St Paul's Church abode Sneinton.
2. 6 June 1858 Mary at St Paul's church abode Parliament Street.

All the best

Wendy

+++DetEcTive+++

+++DetEcTive+++ Report 4 Feb 2014 00:03

The baptism address matches with the 1861 census, so thank you for that!

There's no rush. After all they aren't going anywhere. ;-)
Enjoy your baby sitting duties, and thank you.

Wendy

Wendy Report 3 Feb 2014 19:19

Hi +++DetEcTive+++

Had a look on my Cd's

1. Frances Annie Taylor & Fred Jamison married at St Ann's Church 20 Oct 1881.
2. Frances Annie Taylor & William Simpson married at St Nicholas Church 28 Aug 1884.
I'll look those up for you when I'm next in the archives to see which one is the daughter of Joel, will not be until Wednesday as I'm babysitting tomorrow.

Also found a christening for Frances Anne Taylor daughter of Joel Taylor a joiner of Parliament Street, and his wife Elizabeth Ann at St Paul's Church on 6 Oct 1860.

Wendy