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Wendy Report 6 Jun 2012 17:54

Hi Lorraine,

I'll do those for you on my next visit to the archives.



littlelegs Report 6 Jun 2012 16:35

hi wendy

when you have time would you please do me 2 e roll look ups

arthur leatherland lived at weedon close in 1958 [i think it was in the carlton area]

and doris marshall lived at 9 caroline street peas hill road in 1958

would you have a look to see who else is living there please

thank you


WIB Report 3 Jun 2012 16:01

Hi Wendy,
You and Derek are my two 'Watched Threads'


Wendy Report 3 Jun 2012 15:57

Hi Warwick,

Well you found me alright. Yes I know what you mean I used to forget which site I've been on but now when I find one I like I add it my bookmarks or favourites which you can do by click on the star at the end of the address bar.



WIB Report 3 Jun 2012 15:49

Hi Wendy,
I'm not that hot on many of those sites, still prefer the good old fashioned CD's when I can get them. I always seem to forget which site I was looking on and then take ages trying to get back to it, only to find that my 'thought train has left the station'


littlelegs Report 11 May 2012 17:35

hi wendy
thank you so so much
all the best lorraine


Wendy Report 11 May 2012 14:05

Hi Lorraine,

Yes thats what I thought maybe the name Herbert was put down by mistake.

found those christenings for you:
children of Edwin and Jane Rogers all at St Mary's Church
Olive born 8 June 1886 christened 9 Nov 1888
George born 24 Sept 1888 christened 9 Nov 1888
Gilbert born 24 July 1891 christened 2 Sept 1891
Ada christened 1 April 1894.



littlelegs Report 10 May 2012 21:14

hi wendy
thank you so much i wouldnt know what to do without you doing all these look ups for me

gilbert and ada are siblings but why the different fathers name
must go look at my tree and see if his father was edwin herbert

thank you so much
lorraine :-D <3


Wendy Report 10 May 2012 18:11

Hi Lorraine,

The Marriage details you asked for:

St Mary's
11 Jan 1913
Gilbert Rogers 21yrs Rope Maker of 17 King George St, father Herbert Rogers Lace Maker.
Grace Adalaide Barker 19yrs of 21 King George St, father John Baker Iron Dresser.
witnesses John Baker & Ada Rogers

5 April 1915
Ada Rogers 21yrs of 17 king George St Father Edwin rogers (Deceased) Lace Maker.
Arthur Harrison 22yrs a (solder) Baker of 21 George St, father George Harrison a Fishmonger.
witnesses Charles Evens, Edith May Rogers and Emily Feeley.

Seems a bit odd that Gilbert and a Herbert and living at the same address as Ada.

I can get you copies if you like to look at them.



littlelegs Report 5 May 2012 12:50

hi wendy
would it be possible to do 2 marriage lookups next time to go to the archives please

gilbert rogers father edwin or edward
11 jan 1913 nottingham st mary
grace a barker

ada rogers father edwin or edward
5 april 1915 nottingham st marys
arthur harrison

please could you comfirm fathers names and witnessess please
thank you lorraine


Wendy Report 5 May 2012 10:33



RutlandBelle Report 26 Apr 2012 17:19

Wendy what a wonderful woman you are, I thank you very much. Just wish my Smiths were in Nottinghamshire!!

Take care and best wishes Jennifer


Carol Report 26 Apr 2012 13:21

Hi Wendy

Thanks very much for those marriages details. They have helped me a lot.

Best wishes


Wendy Report 26 Apr 2012 10:56

Hi Jennifer,

30 Jan 1860 Worksop St Marys Marriage of William Bartrop 26yrs cotton cordwainer Father Francis Bartrop Labourer
Charlotte Keightley 20yrs Father James Keightley Labourer witnesses William Birkett and Sarah Birkett.

Walkingham Church 13 Sept 1833 Francis Bartrop and Sarah Bean witnesses William Bean and Wm Morris (Church Warden.

Burial of Sarah Bartrop Walkingham Church Yard 15 Nov 1835 aged 24yrs.

Marriage at Worksop 10 Dec 1812 William Bartrop and Sarah Bark witnesses George Bartrop and William Peacock (Church Warden)

Children of William and Sarah are:
21 Oct 1813 Francis
5 Nov 1815 Charlotte
16 March 1817 Jospeh
21 Nov 1819 Mary
28 July 1822 Charles
26 Dec 1824 John
1 July 1827 Ann
5 June 1831 Harriet
all christenings at St Marys Worksop.

Marraige at St marys Worksop 12 Feb 1850
John Hayes father William Hayes
Harriet Bartrop father William Bartrop
witnesses Charles Bartrop and James Paling
children were
23 Feb 1851 Mary Elizabeth
31 Oct 1852 Charles (surname on those down as Hays)

I'll do some more for you next time I'm at the archives.



Wendy Report 26 Apr 2012 10:27

Hi Carol,

Marriage details that you asked for qre:

6 Aug 1855 St Helens Selson
Jospeh Hickton aged 40yrs widower Labourer Father Richard Hickman Labourer
Hannah Hill 43yrs widow Father Isaac Balls
witnesses: James Wilson (poss Church Warden) and Eliza Smith.

30 July 1810St Wilfreds Kirkby in Ashfield:
William Cowlishaw and Elizbeth Bonsal witnesses John Garratt and James Brammer.



RutlandBelle Report 24 Apr 2012 20:21

Oh Wendy you have exceeded your self, thank you so much. It is quite a good name to search thank goodness unlike the other side which is SMITH!

The Harriet Bartrop who married Harry Fox in 1899 is the daughter of William Bartrop b 1833 as she and her husband are on the 1901 census with him.

I do hope you get as much pleasure from doing this as we do on the receiving end.



Carol Report 24 Apr 2012 13:00

Thanks Wendy

I know the feeling. I'm now into my sixties and I now have to make lists!!

(thats if I can remember where I put the list)

Carol :-D


Wendy Report 24 Apr 2012 11:46

There was also a Harriet Bartop + John Hayes 12 Feb 1850
Harriet + Herny Heapes 11 Nov 1867
Harriet Bartrop + Harry Fox 22 Mary 1899



Wendy Report 24 Apr 2012 11:23

Hi again Jennifer,

Think I've worked it out for you;

Christening of William son of Francis and Sarah Barthrup on 24 Nov 1833 St Marys Walkingham

Francis Bartrop and Sarah Bean married on 30 Sept 1833 St Marys Walkingham

Francis Bartrop son of William and Sarah christened 21 Oct 1813 St Marys Worksop.

Christening of Harriett Bartrop 5 June 1831 daughter of William and Sarah Bartrop at St Marys Worksop.

Also a Harriett Bartrop marrige to George Bell on 23 Nov 1869 Worksop. There are other Harrietts Bartrop born in Worksop so will check this marriage to see who father was
Will get back to you when I've more.


Wendy Report 24 Apr 2012 11:03

Hi Jennifer:

In case you dont have them:

Christenings of children of William & Charlotte:
16 Dec 1860 Elizabeth buried 18 Aug 1861 aged 9 months
4 Aug 1863 William buried 11 Sept 1865 aged 2yrs
15 Aug 1866 Sarah
12 Aug 1868 Anne
1 April 1869 John
29 Oct 1873 George and Charles
27 March 1877 Willie born june Qtr 1875 possible burial 30 March 1877 (down as William) aged 1yr and 11 months
13 Aug 1877 Harriett.

There is also a burial for a Charlotte aged 44yrs on 28 Oct 1881.