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  • Family of John CLARK & Catherine WINFIELD (Notts & Derbys)
  • Posted by robinpalachuk on 29th December 2001
  • I'm looking for information on the family of John CLARK & Catherine WINFIELD. John's father was William CLARK & I believe William's wife was Ann GREEN. John CLARK, of the parish of St Werburgh, gardener, and CATHARINE WINFIELD, were married April 26, 1761, at All Saints, Derby. John & Catharine had 6 children, my "original" Clark is Thomas - christened in 1774 in Arnold, Notts. Thomas' brothers & sisters: Catherine, Sarah, Elizabeth, John & Hannah (all born between 1762 & 1773 and all christened in Arnold, Notts). Thomas left England at approximately the age of 20 for the Caribbean Islands. I have Thomas' complete line from that point forward, but nothing on the siblings or the parents.
  • Rosa CARTER from Sudbury area of Suffolk.
  • Posted by Brenda Fairhall on the 27th December 2001
  • I am looking for any descendants of ROSA CARTER born December 1882 in the Sudbury area of Suffolk. Her parents were George and Anna CARTER nee HALL. She had one sister (my great grandmother) Frances Margaret CARTER who married Alfred George COOPER in Sweffling, SFK on December 1900. A few years later moved to Toronto, Canada. Most of the HALLíS & CARTERíS that I am researching are from the Sweffling, Benhall, and Rendham in Suffolk. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Brenda Fairhall
  • Henry HAINES & Annie HEWER
  • Posted by Laury C. Haines on the 17th December 2001
  • Iím looking for the descendents of Henry Haines b.1804 England d.1869 Ontario Ca. married Annie Hewer, daughter of John Hewer and Ruth Carter, 1831 in England. b.1808 d.1884 Ontario Ca. The Hewer's were from Lurzey Hill, Gloucestershire England. Thanks in advance for any help, Laury C. Haines.
  • Charles Arthur HENDERSON of Lewisham
  • Posted by Laury C. Haines on the 17th December 2001
  • Iím also looking for the descendents of Charles Arthur Henderson b.Sept.7-1887 d.July.24-1973 B.C. Ca. His mother's name, Ada Mary Hallis, fathers name, Edward Holt Henderson. Charles had brothers Ernie, Richard, George, and a sister Elizabeth. They were from the Catford Hill area, Lewisham England.Thanks in advance for any help, Laury C. Haines.
  • Lucy Louise WHITMORE & her father Henry WHITMORE (Herefordshire)
  • Posted by Graham Edwards on the 11th Dec 2001
  • Iím looking for information regarding the birth of Lucy Louise Whitmore, father Henry Whitmore, gentleman, mother not known. Lucy was born around 1822 in either Kinnersley or Leominster in Herefordshire and eventually moved to Birmingham where she married a Francis Cook from Smethwick around 1842. Thanks Graham Edwards.
  • Parents & Spouse of DOROTHY GRETOREX (Derbys)
  • Posted by Lisa Miller on the 8th December 2001
  • Looking for any information on Dorothy Gretorex (or Greatorex). She had at least three children christened in PENTRICH - Sarah, Jane and Richard Greatorex, but no father is mentioned. Richard later married Jane and moved to PARWICH where he was a publican (at The Crown, Parwich). Any information much appreciated... Lisa Miller
  • Descendants of WILLIAM HEAD and EMMA CRESSWELL (Staffordshire)
  • Posted by John Head on the 2nd December 2001
  • Iím looking for information about the descendents of - William Head who married Emma Cresswell either in 1839 or circa 1853. They had a son George who married Emma Elizabeth Gibbs in 1888 in West Bromwich Staffordshire.Any help would be most gratefully received. Thanks John Head.
  • Parents of BENJAMIN JOSEPH BROWN (Staffordshire)
  • Posted by John Head on the 2nd December 2001
  • I am also trying to find the parents of Benjamin Jospeh Brown who married Florence Homer in 1903 in Tipton Dudley. Any help would be most gratefully received. Thanks John Head.
  • JAMES NEWTON and ELIZABETH SMITH (Married in Nottingham, 1904)
  • Posted by Gillian Layfield on the 30th November 2001
  • I am looking for information on the parents/siblings of my gr-grandparents, James Newton and Elizabeth Smith, who were married in 1904 in Nottingham. James died in 1912 leaving Elizabeth with four children: Harold, Sam, Arthur and Lily (my grandmother). Elizabeth married again in 1916 to Arthur Bentley of Derbyshire and had four more children (Len, George, John and Lois). I would like to find out anything I can about James' and/or Elizabeth's parents, siblings, etc. Many thanks, Gillian Layfield
  • Descendants of MARY MORGAN & EVAN JONES (Wales & USA)
  • Posted by Cindy Jones on the 26th November 2001
  • Looking for information regarding the marriage of Mary Morgan of Pencarreg on May 28, 1830 to Evan Jones of Llanybydder or Llanybyther. Some of their children's names were William and John X. Mary (Evan's wife) died in Wales and after she died Evan went to live in Canada for 8 years then moving to the state of Wisconsin in the USA. Thanks Cindy.
  • JAMES ROLLINSON bn 1866-70
  • Posted by Sandie Rollinson on the 25th November 2001
  • We know that James ROLLINSON married Sarah Eliza Byard at Wingerworth Church, nr Chesterfield, Derbyshire in Dec 1892. James fathers name is given as Peter ROLLINSON (deceased) on their marriage certificate. James and Sarah Eliza lived on Derby Rd, Chesterfield until their deaths in the1940's raising a large family. Would love to hear from anyone with any connection, we have no idea of James place of birth and as yet have been unable find him on any of the census returns.Many thanks, Sandie Rollinson
  • BAIMBRIDGE Families of Derbyshire
  • Posted by Colin John Baimbridge on the 25th November 2001
  • John Baimbridge married Elizabeth Riley at Parish of Wirksworth Derbyshire 1817. Son George migrated to Australia around 1863. Believed to have been baptized at Belper 1830. Married 1875 in Australia. He is my Great Grandfather.No information as re his family...brothers or sisters. Any information greatly appreciated. Many thanks - Colin John Baimbridge.
  • Descendants of FRANK BRADLEY and his wife SARAH SEAL (Derbyshire)
  • Posted by Marlene Stapleford on the 22nd November 2001
  • Frank ran the Derbyshire Arms from Lady Day, 1920 until his death in 1924 at which time Sarah took over running it until May 5, 1932. Frank died on March 4, 1924 from blood poisoning resulting from a fall at the Derbyshire Arms. Sarah's death date is unknown. Frank was born Feb 21, 1863 at Hartshay, the son of William Bradley and Ellen Noble (nee Jepson). Sarah was born Feb 1, 1858 at Greenwich, the daughter of Joseph Seal and Ellen Toft. Frank and Sarah were married May 29, 1882 at All Saints Church, Ripley. They had the following children: Hannah, married ? Whittle, they had two sons, Norman and Frank. Norman married Lilly ??. and they had two children, a daughter Susan and a son Norman. After her first husband's death, Hannah married Peter Costello and they had two sons, Tom and Peter. Frank married Ethel ??. They had a daughter Grace who married ? Brown. They had a son Barry. George married Mary ??. They had a daughter Bessie. Nellie married Jack Mills. They had two sons Claude and Cyril. Agnes married Norris Guest. Among their 8 children is Gwen who married ??Whylde. Herbert married Maude ??. They had a son Herbert and two daughters Alice and Edna. William married Agnes ??. They had Sydney, Herbert, George, Frank, Bernard, Ada, Nellie, Sally, Peggy, Joan and Elsie. Elsie married ?? Cook, and they had a daughter Lynne who married ??Fox. John Joseph b 1897 married Ellen Boot. They had a daughter Linda who married Leo Knowles, they had one son Tony. May (my husband's grandmother) b 1899 married Arthur Rhodes. They had a daughter Joan b 1922 and a son Harcourt b 1938. Joan married James Stapleford in 1942 and they had a son Spencer b 1943. If anyone has any knowledge of this family, would they please contact me: Marlene Stapleford in Delta, BC, Canada
  • JOHN & LYDIA SULLENS of Finchingfield (Essex)
  • Posted by  Denisesullsmith@aol.com on the 8th Nov 2001
  • John & Lydia Sullens married on 18th May 1797 in Finchingfield, Essex, England. they had the following children Thomas 1798, Maryann 1799, William 1802, Rebecka 1804, James 1807, John 1809, Susan 1811, Ann 1815 & Ann 1817. For around 150 years the SULLENS family stayed in the same village. Some did move into London. Can u help, if your name was or still is Sullens. Thanks.
  • PRIEST FAMILY in GLOSSOP (Derbyshire) prior to 1863
  • Posted by DAPHNE-ANNE & JOHANNES FREEKE on the 4th November 2001
  • JOHN PRIEST (c. 1813 -1885) and his wife DEBORAH nee DOXON (c.1809-1887) came to NEW ZEALAND in1863 with their sons THOMAS, WILLIAM , GEORGE and JOSIAH. THOMAS PRIEST also brought his wife MARY nee MALTBY and a little daughter DEBORAH. JOHN PRIEST was a son of THOMAS PRIEST and SARAH nee MITCHELL MARRIED in SILKSTONE, YORKSHIRE in 1812. I have researched the PRIEST family since their arrival in N.Z. and am in contact with most living members of the family. A recent family reunion has created an interest in discovering our ENGLISH roots .The family of THOMAS and SARAH PRIEST was very large and overlapped that of JOHN and DEBORAH PRIEST.It is presumed that there were many family still living in GLOSSOP or environs in 1863. It would be a privilege to make contact with any of their descendants and to share information.
    Thank you....... DAPHNE-ANNE FREEKE
  • DERBYSHIRE TO NEW ZEALAND SETTLERS
  • Posted by pentony on the 30th October 2001
  • I am researching our local Settlers Cemetery here in Clareville, Carterton. New Zealand. Many of them are from the home country, and some from Derbyshire, so if anyone has an ancestor who came out to this area in 1850+ please contact http://www.geocities.com/carterton_historical_society/ especially interested if anyone came from the area of the Dalefield Mine near Wirksworth. As one of our local areas is called Dalefield, and I am trying, with difficulty as to the reason, I reckon because one of the settlers was from this area at home, other meanings, Dale, hill etc... who knows, I will eventually get to the bottom of it! It is also a surname, but, made up!!! One would think it a name, but no, look on any web search.....good hunting. Pentony. We did have Dalefield Dairy Company, now defunct. Dalefield Hall. Dalefield School still there and functioning, Itís a dairy farming area near the Tararua's
  • LUCY MILWARD
  • Posted by Pat Medford on 29th October 2001
  • I am trying to find information about my ancestor LUCY MILWARD who owned a grocery/ tea shop in Lister Gate around 1820 to 1830. Thanks Pat.
  • Descendants of DAVID HOOKS and ISABELLA DOUGLAS McMYN
  • Posted by Margaret Stantiall on 13th October 2001
  • They were born in Rerrick Scotland but were grocers and drapers at Lombard St. Newark, 1861-1881. They had sons John G.McMyn Hooks born c.1860 and David born c.1857 and MARY (my grandmother ) born 1862. Another son Thomas born 1853 died 1854. I do know about my own Grandmother - Mary Stewart HOOKS but would dearly love to find something about Maryís two brothers. David McMyn HOOKS & John Gibson McMyn HOOKS. John went to USA about 1888 but did return to Notts and married a Jennie ??? he worked for a carpet and drapery dealer in the states according the information from a relation there. Thank you, Margaret Stantiall
  • Relatives of HENRY HAWS & REBECCA DEWEY (Cambs)
  • Posted by Mark Hawes on 26th September 2001
  • I am looking for relatives of HENRY HAWS (1798-1880) married to REBECCA DEWEY of Wentworth, Cambs (1808-1855). Henry & Rebecca had at least 12 children around the Ely area. The 1851 census shows them at Witcham. The Children and their subsequent families are found in Witcham (Charles Haws m Pleasy Vail, Landlord of Crown Pub), Wentworth (Henry Jnr m. Sarah Rose), Haddenham (Robert m. Elizabeth Thorpe), Denver, Downham Market, Manea (William m Isabella Waters) & Welney. Have many details that I am willing to share. Would like to know where HENRY HAWS originated from - The 1851 census says 'Leeksum, Norfolk' but no such place exists - is this East or West Lexham. HENRY & many of his sons were brickmakers. Many Thanks, Mark Hawes.
  • ANDERSON Family (Notts)
  • Posted by Audrey Anderson 25th September 2001
  • I'm looking for the descendants of Charles ANDERSON who married Sarah TOWNDROW (date Unknown) Charlesí parents are possibly George & Mary ANDERSON who came from Retford in Notts. Charles was possibly born at the Rushby Inn, Retford - May 1857. I know that Charles & Sarah lived in Eckingham and they are buried there. CAN ANYONE HELP WITH THE NAME OF ANDERSON. Thanks Audrey Anderson.
  • BENJAMIN MILLS (Derbys & Notts)
  • Posted by Phyllis Mills 21st September 2001
  • I am looking for any information on Benjamin Mills who married Sarah Jane Colley. They lived in Whaley Thorns, Bolsover (Langwith) c. 1900. They had a son Sidney Mills (my father-in-law) born 30.06.1904 at Whaley Thorns (he married Mary Smith of Hucknall), he was one of 6/7 brothers and sisters. I believe they may have moved to Hucknall, Nottinghamshire. Any information would be a help.
  • STREET FAMILY (Norfolk)
  • Posted by Lynda Gamil 14th September 2001
  • Looking for any info on a NATHANIAL STREET COACHSMITH and his daughter Ellen STRIBLING who married Samuel College Street in Thetford Norfolk. From Lynda Gamil
  • BAKER FAMILY (Norfolk)
  • Posted by Lynda Gamil 14th September 2001
  • I am seeking family of Agnes Baker from Haughley who married a Robert Street in
    Thetford Norfolk. Her father was Francis Baker a farmer who married twice.c.1860. From Lynda Gamil
  • PODD & JOY families of Snape (Suffolk)
  • Posted by Jeanette Lowis on 26th August 2001
  • Hi, I was born in Snape, Suffolk. My Mother & Grandma were also born there. My ancestors (maternal side) are JOY. My Grandmother was ANNIE MARTHA & she died late 50ís. My Mum CHRISTINA was a twin with MILLIE (now deceased). They had a brother ERIC & their family name was PODD. My Grandma had sisters KITTY, DAISY, ELSIE (PIPPY), Brothers WILLIE & BOB. They all lived in Snape, Suffolk. Does anyone have any information or connections  to this family? If anyone can help please contact me, thanks Jeanette Lowis.
  • Researching family of WILLIAM WORNES and EMILY DALTON (Derbys & Notts)
  • Posted by Beryl Bauld on 16th August 2001
  • Daughter Sarah Maria WORNES born 5 Feb 1878 & was baptised in Staveley 1879. I am unable to find the WORNES family on the 1881 Census. Sarah Maria died in Mansfield, Notts in 1972. Any information on the Wornes or Dalton families please contact Beryl Bauld, Sydney
  • Descendants of SARAH JANE NEWTON - formerly CHAMBERS (Derbyshire)
  • Posted by Maureen Reid 30th July 2001
  • I would like to putout an appeal for the descendants of Sarah Jane Chambers who married a man called Newton. They lived in Borrowash Derbyshire. They had two daughters Doris & Adelaide. One died in child birth - the other daughter married and had 4 children born in the early 1930s. Dennis, John, Gwenda & Christine. I understand that Christine known as Chrissie married twice (1)Shellcross or Shallcross (2) Smith. Would love to make contact. Christine, Gwenda, Dennis & John are my second cousins - Sarah Jane Chambers was sisiter to my Grandmother Louisa Maud Chambers. Thanks.. Maureen Reid ( formerly Dunn nee Webster)
  • Descendants of WILLIAM MIDDLETON & ANN ROBERTS (Leics & Notts)
  • Posted by Kevin Middleton on 13th July 2001
  • Im looking for the descendants of WILLIAM MIDDLETON and ANN ROBERTS who were married 20th july 1834 at Kirkby Mallory, in the church by Banns, Leicestershire, England. They had six chilren who were Edwin, a daughter, Elizabeth, Bernard, Thomas, who married Elizabeth Jemima Ruddock on the 1st august 1878 at the parish church, Tollerton, Nottingham. Thomas was born 7th march 1856 at Thorpe, Brongton, Astley, England. Their last child was Margaret Middleton who maried a Thomas Nelson in 1879. If anyone may know of this family or their descendants you may contact me at the e-mail address above. I live in New Zealand and would be ever so gratful for any help, Kind regards, Kevin Middleton.
  • FRED BATT & family of Sheffield. (South Yorkshire)
  • Posted by Bob Munson 28th June 2001
  • I am searching for relatives of Fred Batt who owned an electro Plating and silver works .The factory was situated in Sycamore St Sheffield between 1900 - 1940ís. I dont beleive that the street exists now. Fred Batt had an adopted Family member named Leonard Tomlinson who was employed at the factory. Leonard eventualy married Sybil Ridgeway from the village of Eyam and moved to Dore, outside Sheffield. If you have any information please contact Bob.
  • DAVIDSON family of Derby (Derbyshire)
  • Posted by Kelly Murphy on the 26 June 2001
  • I am searching for the descendants of Henry Ernest Davison married to Ellen (Nelly) Smith, and their children:Henry (Harry) married Ann. Ellen (Nelly) married Arthur & Harry. George married Elsie, Amy married Wilfred, William (Bill) married Nora, Herbert (Ted) Violet and Ivy, Harold(Bob) married Ivy Morley. ANY INFORMATION would be greatly appreciated as I only have minimum information!  Thanks Kelly Murphy.
  • HOLBROOK family of Basford and Arnold (Nottinghamshire)
  • Posted by Connie Faucette on 5th June 2001
  • I am searching for the descendants of Hannah and Henry Holbrook and their children: Fannie H. (b 1855), John H. (b 1857 and Margaret WILD, Samuel Henry H. (b 1859) and Betsy, Thomas H. (b 1862) and Sarah Jane RHODES, Edward H. (b 1866) and Ellen BROWN, George H. (b 1868), Harriet H. (b 1871) and Thomas NEWSON (?), Mary Elizabeth H. (b 1875) and Arthur FALKNER (?), James H. (b 1877). ANY INFORMATION would be greatly appreciated! Thanks Connie L. Faucette
  • FRITH Family of Chesterfield or Dronfield (Derbyshire)
  • Posted by Louise Graham on 30th May 2001
  • I'm looking for descendants of Joseph Frith and Hannah Hawley or Joseph's brother, John Frith. Joseph and Hannah Frith were Quakers associated with the Balby meeting. He was a grocer. Although Joseph was lived in Sheffield, he apparently had close connections to Derbyshire and died in 1773 in Chesterfield, while visiting his sister, Mary, who lived there. Joseph's daughter, Sarah Frith, was married in Dronfield in 1782 to Robert Everett. Both were Quakers, she belonged to the Balby meeting; he to the Wymondham meeting. If anyone is connected to this family, I would like to share information. Please contact me.
  • ALVELEY VILLAGE DESCENDANTS (Shropshire)
  • Posted by Margaret Sheridan on 7th May 2001.
  • Hello, I would be most interested to hear from anyone descended from any family connected
  • to Alveley Village, Near Bridgnorth Shropshire, United Kingdom. Everyone is most welcome to visit my website all about the Alveley of Yesteryear http://www.alveleyhistory.co.uk/
  • Best Wishes, Margaret Sheridan
  • STAPLES and HAGUE Families of Glossop (Derbyshire)
  • Posted by Sandra Poulton on 7th May 2001
  • Seeking descendants of John Collier Staples and Hannah Collier Staples from Glossop, Derbyshire. John died Oct. 31, 1913 in his 64th year and his wife Hannah died Dec. 4, 1918 in her 68th year. They had children: John, Sarah Jane, Alice, Robert and Walter. Sarah married William Hague and they had a son Allan. Walter married Hannah Booth, also from Glossop. They were married in Moose Jaw, SK, Canada where they farmed near Bethune, SK. Walter was the only family member to emmigrate to Canada around 1909. Believe there are still relatives in the Glossop area.
  • COLLIER family of Glossop (Derbyshire)
  • Posted By Elaine Regier on 29th April 2001
  • COLLIER John, of Glossop,DBY = 19/02/1770 Mary HANDFORD of Stockport, CHS, in Glossop
  • COLLIER Robert, of Glossop, DBY = 21/10/1776 Peggy BROCKLEHURST of Glossop, in Glossop
  • COLLIER Aaron, of Glossop, DBY = 27/07/1784 Ann LIVESLY of Glossop, in Glossop.
  • THOMAS & ANNA FOX (Rutley, Derbyshire)
  • Posted by: Esther Doyle Read on the 28th April 2001
  • I have been unable to locate Rutley on any map of Derbyshire, nor do I know what parish it was located in?   In about 1860, Thomas and Anna (or Ann) Fox left England and settled in Plymouth Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, USA. Their place of origin is given as Rutley, Derbyshire in H.E. Hayden, Genealogical and Family History of Wyoming and Lackawanna Valleys Pennsylvania (1906, The Lewis Publishing Co., New York, page 336). They bought land in the township in 1860. Hayden gives Thomas's occupation as farmer. Thomas died sometime between 1860 and 1870. Anna Fox remarried, she is listed on the 1870 Pennsylvania census as Anna Daniels, age 49; placing her birth date in about 1821. She was a widow, living with her sons, David and William, and her recently widowed daughter, Alice Fox Perkins (as well as Alice's two children, Mary Ann and William Thomas Perkins. Alice would have a third child, Harry Perkins on 11 July 1870). Thomas and Anna Fox had at least five children:  Alice Fox, 5 February 1843 - 4 July 1893, married 1) Henry Perkins, 2) John Rodgers. Alice and Henry Perkins settled in Illinois, after his death she returned to Pennsylvania and moved in with her mother and two brothers. She remarried in Plymouth and continued to live there until her death in 1893; Samuel Fox, born 18 August 1845, married Sarah Bailey, settled in Virden, Illinois; David Fox, born 18 November 1848 - 12 February 1891, he was killed in an explosion in a coal mine in Luzerne County, married Jeannette Lewis of Plymouth. This branch of the family was Primitive Methodists, we have Jeannette's hymn book for this denomination;  Joseph Fox, 12 April 1851 - 16 January 1854, buried in Derbyshire?  William Fox, born 24 March 1856, married Sarah Deets, settled in Bracerville, Illinois.  If you are able to help please contact me..
  • HENRY HUNT of Bepton (Derbyshire)
  • Posted by Jennifer Sweeney on Friday 13th April 2001
  • Seeking descendants of, and any information about, Henry HUNT born Bepton Derbyshire and christened 3rd November 1793, (parents Henry HUNT and Anne BROWNE married 1789 St Peter's Derbyshire), siblings John ch29 Dec 1791, Ann ch 4 Oct 1795, Thomas ch 25 Aug 1797. Henry HUNT transported to Australia on "DICK" as Convict arriving in 1821, and married Mary Ann ELLIOTT nee CLOSE on 14 July 1837. Mary Ann ELLIOTT nee CLOSE was transported as Convict 1832 on "DIANA."
  • WILLIAM & HONOUR BURLEY, or their siblings (Notts & Derbys)
  • Posted by Katlvr9999@aol.com on Sunday 11th March 2001
  • William was born in 1791 (died California 1861), and Honour (birth name unknown) was born in 1799 (died California 1871). Their daughter, Elizabeth (born 1832), was one of my paternal great grandmothers; it's possible she had older siblings who remained in the UK when she and her parents emigrated to America.
  • Elizabeth married Edward Robson, presumably in 1858 (my grandmother, Josephine, was born August 2, 1859). As one of the earliest settlers of Colma, CA, Edward merited a biographical sketch in the History of San Mateo County. The sketch states he and his parents emigrated from Manchester to the US, arriving in 1840, settling in Wisconsin, then traveling via the isthmus to CA, where they landed in San Francisco in July, 1858.I've been told that many Burleys hail from Derbyshire or Nottinghamshire. (I also understand that Burleigh and Burlly are alternative spellings.)
  • ARTHUR CRUNCKHORN & family - from Prickwillow (Cambridgeshire)
  • Posted by Wendy White on Thursday 8th March 2001
  • I am currently researching ARTHUR CRUNKHORN and any links to him. I don't know when he was born, but he was married and had five children when he enlisted in a Suffolk regiment in 1914. He was then living at Prickwillow, Cambridgshire and his name appears on the Prickwillow memorial. He died in France in 1917. His widow later moved to Australia. If any body knows any of the following I would very much like to hear from you. Who was Arthur Crunkhorn? When was he born? Who were his parents, and whom did he marry? Any help your readers can supply would be most welcome as researching from Australia is very difficult.
  • GWENDOLINE ANNE ELEY (Derbyshire)
  • Posted by Claureen Wilson on Mon, 5th March 2001
  • Gwendoline was born in Cowgate near Lea on 13th Sept 1923 - the daughter of Stephen Eley and Lillian Ellan Millward. Gwendoline married John Raymond Wilson. Can anyone help?
  • JOHN ROBERT FRANK WILSON (Derbyshire)
  • Posted By Claureen Wilson on Mon, 5th March 2001
  • John Robert Frank Wilson was born 23rd March 1899 in Chaddesden. He married Bertha Lee who was born Markeaton England 27th July.1899. John Wilson died in Hobart, Tasmania and Bertha Lee died in Wilmot, Tasmania in 1983. Can anyone help?
  • JOHN CALLADINE
  • Posted by Shannon on Wednesday 28th February 2001
  • I am searching for JOHN CALLADINE born in 1850 perhaps Notts area. He married an Annie. Annie was born in c.1853 in ??. Their 3 children are: William John born c.1878, Charles Henry born 1882 and Charlotte born in 1883 who died in infancy. Charles and Charlotte were born in Dover, Kent.In 1883 John immigrated to Canada. He sent for the family in 1885 where I lose them. I do know that their son Charles remained in Canada.Any information would be helpful. .Shannon in Canada
  • WILLIAM HOLDING, Cossal Colliery Manager 1889 (Nottinghamshire)
  • Posted by Pam Kleinschmidt on Fri, 16 Feb 2001
  • The 1881 Census for Midlands provides following: Under miner/laborer Nottingham Road Stapleford, Nottingham William Holding 44 yrs - born Blackpool Lancs. Wife: Mary 44yrs, Kizzie 15 yrs, William 14 yrs, Walter 5 yrs, Ann 2 yrs. Can you help? Nottingham Central Library wrote and told me that they found mention of William in the book, The Derbyshire Miners". William turned a shotgun on rioting strikers at the mine. My mother is in posession of a family heirloom that I would someday like to return to the family of William Holding.
  • SADLER family from Ordsall & Newark
  • Posted by Yvette Sadler on Thurs, 1st Feb 2001
  • "I am looking for details of William Sadler baptised Ordsall 11th October 1801. (Parents Thomas Sadler, Ann Outram m. 1800). William had 3 children Elizabeth b.1822, Thomas 1824 and Ann 1825. All born in Newark. William was listed as a grocer, then gentleman and chandler. He was still alive and listed as chandler and gentleman in 1850 when son Thomas was married in Northampton. William may have stayed in Newark.
  • SADLER family from North Wingfield? & Clarborough
  • Posted by Yvette Sadler on Thurs, 1st Feb 2001
  • William Sadler b. 1739 poss. North Wingfield died in Clarborough (daughter Nancy m. Thomas Wheelwright) and son Thomas. 2nd Williams father was John b. 1739 poss. North Wingfield.Any help would be appreciated."
  • Tibshelf Men whom died in the Great War 1914 - 1918 (Derbyshire)
  • Posted by Andrew Hesketh on Mon 28th January 2001
  • Andrew currently has a project underway to find out how each and every serviceman died (during the 1914 -1918 Great War) from Tibshelf. He is working through every name mentioned on the War Memorial in Tibshelf. He would love to hear from anybody who can help him with his research. He is especially interested in hearing from people with recollections, family stories, letters & photos. If you think you are able to help Andrew please e-mail him.
  • SMYTH from Stutton
  • Posted by Joy Long on Sun, 28 Jan 2001
  • Searching for information about Richard Smyth who lived at Crowe Hall, Stutton, Ipswich probably prior to 1821.
  • JOHN BUXTON, from Milford.
  • Posted by Keith Buxton on Fri 26th January 2001
  • Would like any information regarding: John BUXTON who married Hannah ? approx. 1815. Believe they were the parents of the following Benjamine; Benjamine BUXTON b 1816 approx. He worked as a Railway Clerk and was born at Milford, Derby. He married Ann Davison on the 10th October 1840 at St Peter & Paul Church, Aston Juxta, Birmingham. They had three children. Thomas Davison BUXTON b.1841 at Birmingham, John Richard BUXTON b.1843 at Birmingham & Benjamine Robert BUXTON b.1847 Birmingham
  • TAYLOR from Walkeringham
  • Posted by Barbara Torley on Sat, 13 Jan 2001
  • Looking for information on Joseph & Ann TAYLOR of Walkeringham who had children born in Walkeringham NTT bet. 1826 & 1840. John b. 1826; Sarah b. 1827; George Marris b. 1829; Matilda b. 1832; Anne b. 1834; Sophia b. 1837; Theresa b.1838 & Joseph b. 1840. I have been unable to find the marriage of this couple on the IGI. Anyhelp would be appreciated
  • FOLLETT, STORY, STOREY
  • Posted by Addie Hotz  on Wed, 10 Jan 2001
  • Mother told me Ggrandfather played in Sherwood Forest as a boy. James Follett B 1845 married Martha Story B 1846 . Supposedly he was an Epilat (sp.) maker before coming to US. Believe his father was also James Follett married an Elizabeth.
  • ADAMS from Southwell
  • Posted by Linda Adams Perkins on Tue, 09 Jan 2001
  • My cousin, John Adams and I have traced family back to the early 1600's in Southwell. Beginning with John & Doritha Adams, their children, Thomas, 09/14/1628, Robert, 04/24/1630, Ellen, 02/11/1633 and John,, 06/28/1635. Thomas married Isabel ? and had Robert. Robert married Lydia Withers and had William. William married Sarah Yates and had Robert. Robert married Elizabeth Brunt and had Robert. This Robert came to America. He married Sidney Manderson 04/13/1822. Many other children but these are the direct relations. Does any of this sound familiar to anyone.Thanks in advance for any information you may be able to provide. Pictures of their gravesites would be so appreciated and cost refunded. Linda.

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