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Chrissie2394

Chrissie2394 Report 4 Oct 2012 18:29

bump for Jan

Chris

Chrissie2394

Chrissie2394 Report 26 Sep 2012 21:27

Hi Wendy,

Thank you so much for the above info. I was going to ask if you'd take a look for baptisms for their children but with you not being very well didn't like to.

I have found what I think is William's baptism on 8/9/1833, parents Joseph and Mary. As he named his eldest son Joseph it looks very promising and hopefully when you see Williams marriage record it will confirm that Joseph was his father.

Once again, thank you.

Chris

Wendy

Wendy Report 26 Sep 2012 11:11

Hi Chris,

Dont know if this info is any good to you but I've had a look on my discs for children of William & Ellen and found those christenings, William is down as a Labourer on all of them:

St Marys Worksop:
6 Aug 1854 Ann Elizabeth abode Low Town Worksop
Joseph John 12 March 1857 abode Sparkin Hill

Bothamsall Church:
6 Sept 1857 Frederick Henry
22 May 1859 George
8 Dec 1861 William
13 March 1864 Emily
10 Dec 1865 John abode for all those is Hardwick

St Lukes Church Shireoaks
11 Sept 1870 Ellen abode Hardwick

Back to St Marys Worksop:
14 Jan 1872 Arthur abode Hardwick.

1881 census has Ellen as a Widow living in Clarbourogh with Annie Elizabeth 26yrs, Ellen 10yrs and Arthur 9yrs.

Burial for William Pashley aged 42yrs St Marys Worksop 22 Nov 1876.

Wendy


Chrissie2394

Chrissie2394 Report 25 Sep 2012 21:26

Hi Wendy,

Thanks for the above info, at least you have the info which church records to look at.

Hope you're soon feeling better.

Chris x

Wendy

Wendy Report 25 Sep 2012 14:12

Hi Chris,

The marriage of William Pashley and Ellen Gott was on 9 Sept 1853 at St Mary's Worksop, I'll have a look at it next time I'm at the archives may not be till next week as I'm not well at the moment so just working on my laptop for now.

Wendy

Wendy

Wendy Report 25 Sep 2012 14:08

Hi Serena,

I'll have a look next time I'm in the archives for you. When you are next at the archives and you are not sure how to look something up just ask the desk staff they are very good helping and putting you in the right place.

Wendy

Chrissie2394

Chrissie2394 Report 24 Sep 2012 22:40

Hi Wendy,

When you get chance could you please try and find the marriage of William Pashley and Ellen Gott which took place in Worksop district in Sept q 1853. I can't narrow down a parish for you as in 1851 as they were both living in Yorkshire.

It may not help you much with whereabouts they married but on the 1861 census, it states their first child was born at Worksop in 1855.

Thank you

Chris

Serena

Serena Report 24 Sep 2012 13:39

Hi Wendy

You kindly looked up some burials for me , Atkinson family buried Nottingham Road, Basford
I have now found my gg grandfather Henry Atkinson b 1858 and died 1904 , Bobbersmill Road, Hyson Green. I wondered if you could find if he was buried in the same place
Were these unmarked graves ?? how would i find details my self ?

I have been to the Nottingham archives many times but not sure how to access records other than the Church records !! The Atkinsons don't seem to have had their children baptised and i couldn't find church records for burials .. not very good at this !!

I wondered if the electoral records were available for 43 Goldsmith Street, Nottingham. My gg grandmother [Hannah ] Maria Atkinson ran appartments there ! The family lived there from about 1916 onwards

Many Thanks for your help
Serena

Natalie

Natalie Report 19 Aug 2012 22:57



Wendy

Many thanks for the information.

Much appreciated.

Natalie

Wendy

Wendy Report 18 Aug 2012 14:51

Hi Natalie,

The births for Basford workhouse are not at Nottingham Archives but are at the University of Nottingham, Manuscripts and Special Collections department so you will need to get in touch with them giving details of the person you are looking for with the following ref
DocumentRef
Uhh P 7/1
Title
Register of Births; 1871-1914

Here's a link to there site:

http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/manuscriptsandspecialcollections/contactus/howtocontactus.aspx

Wendy

Natalie

Natalie Report 11 Aug 2012 14:58



Wendy

That's fine, don't want to rush you. The good weather might not last much longer so make the most of it !

Thanks for your time.

Natalie

Wendy

Wendy Report 11 Aug 2012 13:30

Hi Natalie,

Sorry not yet, with the good weather we have had lately I've not been to the archives but will be going this coming week and yours is at the top of my list.

Wendy

Natalie

Natalie Report 10 Aug 2012 17:23


Wendy

Have you had a chance to find out about the Basford workhouse births yet?

Thanks,

Natalie

John

John Report 28 Jul 2012 20:07

Thanks very much Wendy. I agree, it does look positive.

Thanks also for possible siblings, I was aware of a brother named Richard as he is mentioned in John's will. I can now extend my research for William and try to find out who Mary Davison was.

Your efforts are very much appreciated.

Regards

John

Carol

Carol Report 28 Jul 2012 18:10

Hello Wendy

Thank you once again for your help. Those marriage have enabled me to go back a bit further.

Carol x

Wendy

Wendy Report 28 Jul 2012 15:23

Hi John,

I cannot find a christening for John Newcombe but I think its safe to say he was the son of John & Mary Newcombe.
Here's some possible siblings
Richard 1 Oct 1739 & William 27 Nov 1741at Blyth both sons of John of Barnby.

Here the marriage details:
Blyth 24 April 1735 John Newcomb & Mary Hawson both of Barnby Moor
Worksop 21 Oct 1765 John Newcomb of Barnby Moor in the parish of Blyth & Sarah Gill of Worksop by Licence witnesses John Gill & Mary Davison (looks like).

Some burials:
21 Oct 1769 Sarah wife of John Newcombe of Barnby Moor
21 Feb 1773 Mary wife of John Newcombe senior of Barnby
4 June 1773 John Newcombe senior of Barnby.

As he's down as senior means that he had a son John which is why I say its safe to say you are on the right track.

Wendy


Wendy

Wendy Report 28 Jul 2012 11:48

Hi Carol,

Marriage details:

St Mary's 5 Dec 1812 William Summers & Elizabeth Allen witnesses Elizabeth Robinson & John Summers.

St Saviours 14 Aug 1871
James Bellamy aged 27yrs Bachelor a Tailor o fKirk White St, Father was James Bellamy deceased a FWK
& Sarah Ann Morley aged 20yrs of Kirk White St, father James Morley deceased a Hay Cutter (looks like Hay)
witnesses Tomas Bellamy & Eliza Twigg (again looks like Twigg)

St Peters 4 Oct 1881
Arthur Wallace Summers full age a Lace Maker of St Peters Father William Wallace Summers a Lace Maker
& Annie Kemp full age of St Peters Father Randolph Kemp a Lace Maker
witnesses Frank Wm Soar & Ada Sisson.

Wendy

Quoy

Quoy Report 21 Jul 2012 21:07

Hello Wendy

been on holiday so just caught your post about Isaac Taylor.

Thank you so much for looking this up for me



Quoy

Carol

Carol Report 21 Jul 2012 18:39

Me again (sorry)

I hope you may be able to squeeze another one in for me if you have the time please

James Bellamy married Sarah A Morley on 14 August 1871 at St Saviours

Thanks
Carol
ps. only if you have the time.

Natalie

Natalie Report 20 Jul 2012 09:28


Wendy

i'm looking for a Thomas Hayward (mother Jane) probably born between April and December 1871.

Thank you.

Natalie