List of Events for James Shipstone I the Brewer.
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His birth was registered between 1 January 1846 and 31 March 1846 at R.D. Basford. James Shipstone, son of James Shipstone and Frances Dodson, was born between 1 January 1846 and 31 March 1846 at Bulwell, NTT. James Shipstone was baptised on 25 January 1846 at St. Mary's, Bulwell, NTT. The 1851 UK Census listed James Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Frances Dodson, Main Street, Bulwell, NTT, described as James Shipston, son unmarried age 5, scholar, born Bulwell, Notts. The 1871 UK Census of Radford Road, New Basford, NTT, listed James Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Frances Dodson described as James Shipston, Junr. unmarried age 25, brewer's son born Bulwell, NTT. His marriage was registered between 1 July 1873 and 30 September 1873 at R.D. Radford. James Shipstone married Lucy Barker on 26 August 1873 at Lenton, NTT. James Shipstone was the father of James Henry Shipstone born between 1 July 1874 and 30 September 1874 at Basford, NTT. He was head of the household in the 1881 UK Census of Regent Street, New Basford, NTT as James Shipstone, head, married age 35, master brewer, born Nottingham Bulwell. He was enumerated with his wife Lucy Barker, James Henry Shipstone, Francis Edgar Shipstone, Edith Mary Shipstone and Ronald Arthur Shipstone. He was head of the household in the 1891 UK Census of Sherwood Lodge, Woodthorpe, Mapperly, NTT as James Shipstone, head married age 45, brewer, born Bulwell, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Lucy Barker, James Henry Shipstone, Francis Edgar Shipstone, Edith Mary Shipstone, Ronald Arthur Shipstone, James Hugh Gordon Shipstone and Alice Cristabel Everingham Shipstone, Mary Longdon, cook age 33, Lucy Oakley, Housemaid age 17. James Shipstone was named between 1894 and 1895 in the Street & person index section of the Wrights Directory of Nottingham as James Shipstone jnr. of Shipstone & Sons at Woodthorpe Lodge, Mansfield Road, Nottingham, NTT. He was named as James Shipstone, son a beneficiary in the Will of James Shipstone dated 9 May 1895. James Shipstone witnessed the burial of James Shipstone on 26 October 1897 at Church Cemetery, Nottingham, NTT. James Shipstone was named between 1898 and 1899 in the Person index section of the Wrights Directory of Nottingham as Shipstone, James dr. of J. Shipstone & Sons; h at 15 Magdala Rd, Mapperley, Nottingham, NTT. He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 19 June 1899. He was named in 1900 in the Private Residents index section of the Kelly's Directory of Nottingham as Shipstone, James at 15 Magdala Rd, Nottingham, NTT. He was head of the household in the 1901 UK Census of 15 Magdala Rd., Mapperley, Nottingham, NTT as Jas. Shipstone, head age 55, brewer, (employer), born Nottm, Notts.. He was enumerated with his wife Lucy Barker, Francis Edgar Shipstone, Edith Mary Shipstone, Ronald Arthur Shipstone, James Hugh Gordon Shipstone and Alice Cristabel Everingham Shipstone, Mary Naylor (lady help domestic age 30), Christina Spencer? (cook domestic age 20), Alice Allcock (housemaid domestic age 19).. James Shipstone was living between 1905 and 1906 at 15 Magdala Road, Nottingham, NTT. He was named as James Shipstone, son an executor and as a beneficiary in the Will of Frances Dodson dated 13 June 1907. James Shipstone was named between 1910 and 1911 in the person index section of the Wrights Directory of Nottingham as Shipstone, James, managing director (J Shipstone & Sons Limited) at Northlands, 15 Magdala Rd, Nottingham, NTT. He described as a brewer, was named as the husband of Lucy Barker (deceased) and as administrator of her Estate on 10 April 1912 at Nottingham. Authority was granted to James Shipstone described as James Shipstone (brewer), to administer the Estate of Frances Shipstone on 10 April 1912 at Nottingham. James Shipstone was named between 1913 and 1914 in the Person index section of the Wrights Directory of Nottingham as Shipstone, James, managing director (J. Shipstone & Sons, Ltd); T.N. 1896 at 15 Magdala Rd, NTT. His marriage was registered between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 at R.D. Grantham. He married Mary Rancome Nickolls between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 at R.D. Grantham Ref: 7a 1102. Authority was granted to James Shipstone described as James Shipstone (brewer), to administer the Estate of Francis Edgar Shipstone on 5 February 1918 at Nottingham. James Shipstone wrote and signed his Will dated 24 May 1922. Executors and beneficiaries include James Henry Shipstone and Ronald Arthur Shipstone. Beneficiaries include James Hugh Gordon Shipstone, Edith Mary Shipstone, Alice Cristabel Everingham Shipstone and Mary Rancome Nickolls. Also named Thomas Shipstone. James Shipstone wrote and signed his Will dated 28 June 1922. Also named Thomas Shipstone. Codicil to Will. Adds bequests to gardener, cook and farm bailiff. His death was registered between 1 July 1922 and 30 September 1922 at R.D. Bingham. James Shipstone died on 8 September 1922 at The Elms, Cropwell Bishop, NTT, In Loving Memory of
Lucy,
the beloved wife of
James Shipstone,
who died February 13th 1912,
aged 61 years.

Also of
James Shipstone,
who departed this life September 8th 1922,
in his 77th year. He was buried on 11 September 1922 at Church or "Rock" Cemetery, Forest Recreation Ground, Nottingham, NTT, Service Monday, 12 noon. Described as James Shipstone, age 76, brewer, The Elms, Cropwell Bishop. In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Shipstone, James of The Elms, Cropwell Butler, Notts.Authority to administer the Estate was granted to James Leslie Shipstone and Ronald Arthur Shipstone on 20 February 1923 at Nottingham. Estate valued at 349810-17-9 (added afterwards) Resworn
356020-14-9. His estate was probated on 20 February 1923. James Shipstone was the subject of a newspaper article on 10 March 1923. Wills and Bequests - Mr James Shipstone of The Elms, Cropwell Butler, Notts, chairman of Messrs James Shipstone and Sons, Limited, Star Brewery, New Basford, formerly a member of the Nottingham City Council, who died on September 8, aged 76, left estate of the gross value of 349,810, with net personalty 197,168. The testator left:-
150 to his gardener, James McGill, if still works in his service: 100 each similarly to his cook, Clara Howe and his farm bailiff, Thomas Illstone. He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 25 August 1925. The late Mr. James Shipstone (one time member of Nottingham City Council) joined his father in the business in the early seventies (along with brother Thomas). He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 1 April 1961. As Mr James Shipstone, Brother of Enoch Shipstone, deceased (who was the Father of Miss Dorothea Shipstone). The author (Annie Eliza Snell nee Shipstone) refers "Uncle Jim rather frightened me when he called at the Manor House. He had grown a very long beard, almost to his knees, and I remember noticing the small bits of egg, caught up in the middle, remnants from his breakfast, I presumed! I became very friendly with his wife, Auntie Louie. Their children, according to my somewhat frail memory of them were called Harry, Edith, Gordon, Chris, and Ron."


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