Hannah Morton1

F, #1738, b. between 1856 and 1857
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Birth*between 1856 and 1857 Hannah Morton was born between 1856 and 1857 at Mansfield, NTT.1 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1875 and 31 March 1875  Her marriage was registered between 1 January 1875 and 31 March 1875 at R.D. Southwell.1 
Married Namebetween 1 January 1875 and 31 March 1875  As of between 1 January 1875 and 31 March 1875, her married name was Bingham.1 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 January 1875 and 31 March 1875 She married James Bingham, son of James Bingham and Elizabeth Jenkinson, between 1 January 1875 and 31 March 1875 at R.D. Southwell.1 
Had a Sonbetween 1 July 1875 and 30 September 1875 Her son Frederick Thomas Bingham was born between 1 July 1875 and 30 September 1875 at Mansfield Woodhouse, NTT.2,3 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 April 1877 and 30 June 1877 Her daughter Elizabeth Ann Bingham was born between 1 April 1877 and 30 June 1877 at Blidworth, NTT.2,3 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*3 April 1881 She was wife of the head of household in the 1881 UK Census of Huw Farm, Newstead, NTT, as Hannah Bingham, wife, married, age 24, born Mansfield, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband James Bingham, Frederick Thomas Bingham and Elizabeth Ann Bingham.2 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 April 1882 and 30 June 1882 Her daughter Ada Mary Bingham was born between 1 April 1882 and 30 June 1882 at Newstead, NTT.4 
Had a Sonbetween 1 April 1885 and 30 June 1885 Her son William Edward Bingham was born between 1 April 1885 and 30 June 1885 at Newstead, NTT.4,3 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 July 1889 and 30 September 1889 Her daughter Maud Bingham was born between 1 July 1889 and 30 September 1889 at Newstead, NTT.3,4 
(Wife) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 She was wife of the head of household in the 1891 UK Census of Hag Nook Farm, Newstead, NTT, as Hannah Bingham, wife, married, age 34, born Mansfield, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband James Bingham, Frederick Thomas Bingham, Elizabeth Ann Bingham, Ada Mary Bingham, William Edward Bingham and Maud Bingham.4 
(Wife) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 She was wife of the head of household in the 1901 UK Census of Whyburn Lodge, Hucknall Torkard, NTT, as Hannah Bingham, wife, married, age 43, born Mansfield, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband James Bingham, Elizabeth Ann Bingham, Frank Bingham, son age 6, born Hucknall - but was he Elizabeth Ann's?(i.e. James' granddaughter). Next door but one to Ada Bingham, who is working as a housemaid.5 
(Wife) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of Whyburn Cottages, Hucknall Torkard, NTT, as Hannah Bingham, wife, age 52, married 37 years, 7 children, 3 living, born Mansfield, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband James Bingham, Frank Bingham, son, age 16, single, farm labourer, waggoner, worker, born Hucknall Torkard, NTT. The house had 5 rooms.6 

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(Bride) Marriage*between 1 January 1875 and 31 March 1875 Hannah Morton married James Bingham, son of James Bingham and Elizabeth Jenkinson, between 1 January 1875 and 31 March 1875 at R.D. Southwell.1 
Children
Last Edited24 Nov 2020

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  2. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  4. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  5. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  6. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.

Harold Morton1

M, #1897, b. 19 November 1883
FatherJames Morton1 b. bt 1 Apr 1842 - 31 Mar 1843, d. 5 Mar 1894
MotherAnn Smith1 b. bt 1 Oct 1846 - 31 Dec 1846, d. 10 May 1894
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Resch Note1883 Research Note:
No GRO registration.
 
(Child) Baptism*19 November 1883 Harold Morton was baptised on 19 November 1883 at St Lawrence church, York, YKS, Harold, James & Ann Morton, 8 Winterscale Street, joiner.1 
 He was the son of James Morton and Ann Smith.1 
Resch Note*1891 Research Note:
Not found in 1891 census.
No death record before 1891, but not with family after 1883.

Suggest probably died (very close to birth), as did not inherit in 1927.

Or - as all the other were baptised apart from Herbert, could this in fact be Herbert's late baptism?
 

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  1. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "York St Lawrence, YKS."

Herbert Morton1

M, #1461, b. between 1 April 1879 and 30 June 1879
FatherJames Morton1 b. bt 1 Apr 1842 - 31 Mar 1843, d. 5 Mar 1894
MotherAnn Smith1 b. bt 1 Oct 1846 - 31 Dec 1846, d. 10 May 1894
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1879 and 30 June 1879  His birth was registered between 1 April 1879 and 30 June 1879 at R.D. York Ref: 9d, 49 Morton, Herbert mother: Smith.2,3 
Birth*between 1 April 1879 and 30 June 1879 Herbert Morton, son of James Morton and Ann Smith, was born between 1 April 1879 and 30 June 1879 at York, YKS.1,2 
Baptism27 June 1879 Herbert Morton was baptised on 27 June 1879 at York, YKS.4 
 He was the son of James Morton and Ann Smith.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of 34 George Street, York, YKS, listed Herbert Morton in the household of James Morton and Ann Smith described as Herbert Morton, son age 2, born York.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 8 Winterscale Street, St. Lawrence, York, YKS, listed Herbert Morton in the household of James Morton and Ann Smith described as Herbert Morton, son age 12, born York.5 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of Dairy Farm, Crofton, YKS, listed Herbert Morton described as Herbert Morton lodger, single, age 22, ag. cattle man, born York in the household of John Moate age 54, family and sons, Hind ag., (cattle).6 
Resch Note*1927 Research Note:
Probably the "Herbert Varley" referenced in the Estate of Joseph Bingham. This entry has the same share as Herbert's siblings, but has the "wrong" surname.
Possible explanations:

1) Adopted by younger married sister(unlikely)
2) Dies but fathers a child illigitimately by Miss Varley called "Herbert"
3) He left England in his early 20's and was never seen again - his "status" was not known (he could simply have died) and his relatives giving the information got his name wrong.
4) He married and had a daughter, who married Mr Varley and they had a son Herbert (with no other issue from either couple)
5) He was adopted and took their surname. His sister Rita was adopted (by Gibson family).
6) A mistake - there were lots of names to research, and the rest is remarkably accurate.

The latter is the most likely explanation.7
 
(Distribution) Will13 September 1927 He was named as Herbert Varley, 1/264 share worth $33.79 (note - should be Herbert Morton, unless he was adopted by his younger married sister!) In the distribution account for the Estate of Joseph Bingham dated 13 September 1927.7 
Resch Notebetween 1 October 1953 and 31 December 1953 Research Note: at R.D. Liverpool North
Age 73 - possible death, though there is one aged 12 in 1891 with parents Hiram and Rachel in Liverpool.
This death likely therefore to belong to the Herbert born in Liverpool not York.
 

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Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1881, ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  4. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Ancestry England & Wales Christenings 1530-1980."
  5. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  6. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  7. [S52] Private papers.

James Morton1

M, #1456, b. between 1 April 1842 and 31 March 1843, d. 5 March 1894
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Resch Note Research Note:
His parents (William bn 1799 d 1869 & Ann bn 1803 d 1877) and brother William (bn 1836 d 1899) are buried in York Cemetery, and tecorded on an MI (along with Elizabeth Adelaide, William jnr's daughter d 1881).

Other children of his parents are alos named - "William, Elizabeth, Jane, James, Ann Elizabeth, Robert Bingley, Thomas, Emma Jane" as "Children of the above buried at Alne, and St. George & St. Dennis, York".2,3
 
Birth*between 1 April 1842 and 31 March 1843 James Morton was born between 1 April 1842 and 31 March 1843 at York, YKS.1 
Resch Note1851 Research Note: at George Street, York, YKS,
as son, age 9, scholar, in household of William & Ann Morton, a joiner & carpenter. His elder brother William is already a carpenter.4,3
 
(Groom) Marriage*18 May 1862 He married Martha Ann Mitchell on 18 May 1862 at St. Michael Spurriergate, York, YKS,
Ref: SMSP/1/112
James Morton, 21, bachelor, joiner, King Street, Father: William Morton, joiner
= Martha (x) Mitchell, 20, spinster, King Street, Father: Fred'k Mitchell, comb-bosser
In church after banns
Wit: William H. Campbell, Sarah Cosser?5,6,7 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 July 1864 and 4 September 1864 His daughter Alice Ann Morton was born between 1 July 1864 and 4 September 1864 at R.D. York.8,9 
Had a son30 September 1866 His son William Henry Morton was baptised on 30 September 1866 at St. Dennis & St George, York, YKS.9 
Death of Daughter10 October 1866 His daughter Alice Ann Morton died on 10 October 1866 at R.D. York.8,3 
Had a Daughter27 November 1868 His daughter Alice Ann Morton was born on 27 November 1868 at George Street, York, YKS.1,9,10 
(Head) Cen-Househ*2 April 1871 He was head of the household in the 1871 UK Census of Fulford Road, Fulford Gate, York, YKS, as James Morton, head, married, age 29, joiner, born York. He was enumerated with his wife Martha Ann Mitchell, William Henry Morton and Alice Ann Morton. Next door but one to a large boarding school (Fulford Field House?).5 
Had a Son30 December 1872 His son James Henry Morton was born on 30 December 1872 at Fulford, York, YKS.11 
Death of Son2 January 1873 His son James Henry Morton died on 2 January 1873 at Fulford, York, YKS.11 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1873 and 31 December 1873  His marriage was registered between 1 October 1873 and 31 December 1873 at R.D. York.12,6 
(Groom) Marriage*2 December 1873 James Morton married Ann Smith, daughter of George Smith and Maria BINGHAM, on 2 December 1873 at St. Oswald Church, Fulford, York, YKS,
James Morton, 32, widower, joiner, Fulford, Father: William Morton, joiner
= Ann Smith, 27, spinster, Blossom Street, Father: George Smith, farm labourer
In church after banns
Wit: William Duce?, Ann Strudder?1,12,6,7 
Had a Daughter4 November 1874 His daughter Lillie Morton was born on 4 November 1874 at York, YKS.1,13,10 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875 His daughter Rose Rebecca Morton was born between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875 at Warsop, NTT.14,13,15 
Had a son13 June 1877 His son Walter Morton was baptised on 13 June 1877 at St. Dennis & St George, York, YKS.9 
Had a Sonbetween 1 April 1879 and 30 June 1879 His son Herbert Morton was born between 1 April 1879 and 30 June 1879 at York, YKS.1,13 
Had a Son20 July 1880 His son Frank Morton was born on 20 July 1880 at York, YKS.1,13,9,10 
Residence1881 James Morton lived in 1881 at George Street, York, YKS.16 
(Head) Cen-Househ*3 April 1881 He was head of the household in the 1881 UK Census of 34 George Street, York, YKS, as James Morton, head, married age 38, joiner, born York. He was enumerated with his wife Ann Smith, William Henry Morton, Alice Ann Morton, Rose Rebecca Morton, Walter Morton, Herbert Morton and Frank Morton. Next door to James' brother William & family. Note that daughter Lilly is in Warsop NTT with Ann's parents.1 
Residence*1882 James Morton lived in 1882 at George Street, York, YKS.16 
Residence1883 He lived in 1883 at George Street, York, YKS.16 
Had a son19 November 1883 His son Harold Morton was baptised on 19 November 1883 at St Lawrence church, York, YKS.17 
Residence1884 James Morton lived in 1884 at 8 Winterscale Street, York, YKS.16 
Resch Note1885 Research Note:
Stevens directory of York does not list James Morton, only William, joiner, carpenter, undertaker, 34 George Street.
Useful to have a brother who is an undertaker ... especially in 1893/4.
 
Had a Son28 June 1885 His son James Morton was born on 28 June 1885 at 8 Winterscale Street, York, YKS.17 
Death of Son9 September 1885 His son James Morton died on 9 September 1885 at Winterscale Street, York, YKS.8,17,3 
Had a Daughter6 July 1886 His daughter Florence Maria Morton was born on 6 July 1886 at R.D. York.15,18 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 October 1888 and 31 December 1888 His daughter Ann Morton was born between 1 October 1888 and 31 December 1888 at R.D. York.15 
Had a Daughter19 January 1890 His daughter Rita Smith Morton was born on 19 January 1890 at York, YKS.14,13,19,10 
(Head) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 He was head of the household in the 1891 UK Census of 8 Winterscale Street, St. Lawrence, York, YKS, as James Morton, head, married age 58, joiner, employed, born York. He was enumerated with his wife Ann Smith, William Henry Morton, Walter Morton, Rose Rebecca Morton, Herbert Morton, Frank Morton and Rita Smith Morton.14 
Marriage of Daughter8 March 1893 His daughter Alice Ann Morton married Alfred David Woodward on 8 March 1893 at St Lawrence Church, York, YKS.7 
Death of Daughter2 September 1893 His daughter Rose Rebecca Morton died on 2 September 1893 at R.D. York.8,3 
Death of Son3 December 1893 His son William Henry Morton died on 3 December 1893 at Winterscale Street, York, YKS.8,3 
Resch Note7 December 1893 Research Note: at Grave 18371, York Cemetery, York, YKS,
Grave purchased 7/12/1893
Cost: £3-15-0
Mr. James Morton, joiner, Winterscale Street
Digging fee: 20/-.3
 
Resch Note*1894 Research Note: at York, YKS,
No. 17 Polling District, St. Lawrence & St. Nicholas
St Lawrence, Occupiers (as opposed to Freemen):
Morton, James was not listed.16
 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1894 and 31 March 1894  His death was registered between 1 January 1894 and 31 March 1894 at R.D. York Ref: 9d 43: age 51.8 
(Deceased) Death*5 March 1894 James Morton died on 5 March 1894 at Winterscale Street, York, YKS, James Morton, male, joiner, age 52.
Cause of death: Tubercle of Lungs
Informant: not given.8,3 
(Interred) Burial*8 March 1894 He was buried on 8 March 1894 at Grave 18371, York Cemetery, York, YKS, Grave 18371, private grave, location W35
No monumental inscription (though those around him did have inscriptions)

Buried with his son, and not his wife.3 
Resch Note*between September 1893 and May 1895 Research Note:
James & Ann's oldest child Lilly is living with her grandparents in 1881 and remains there in 1891, marrying in Worksop, NTT in Dec 1894.

James & Ann's last child Rita is born in 1890.


Alice Ann Morton, eldest of James' daughters marries in March 1893.

Then a very unfortunate time for the family.

Firstly Rose Rebecca - 6 months after witnessing Ann's marriage - dies in September 1893, and is buried in a public grave.

Then William Henry dies of pthyisis in December.
Father James Morton purchases a private plot to bury William Henry in.

Perhaps he realised his own time is nigh, as he himself died of tuberculosis 3 months later in March 1894, and is buried in the same grave.

Ann his widow has to move to Alma Terrace (presumably with lower rent, and possibly trying to get away from TB!) and hold the remaining family together with no obvious breadwinner.

Only a matter of weeks later, Ann herself died - May 1894 - age 48, leaving a young family behind in York.

It is not certain that she is buried in the same grave as her husband - perhaps the children didn't know what had been purchased (having lost eldest brother, sister and both parents within 8 months.

Fortunately, Alice Ann (now Woodward) appears to be in York to help out, and has children in York before settling in Bridlington with her husband.

The children remaining at home in 1894 would be:
Walter age 16
Herbert age 14
Frank age 13
Rita age 3

In the next census - 7 years later - it appears that Rita, Walter and Frank are living in the household of Mr. Gibson, Rita described as "adopted daughter".
Mr. Gibson seems to have played a good samaritan role of looking after this Morton family.

Herbert is found in Croft, YKS in 1901 (near Leeds).
 

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Known Children of James Morton and Martha Ann Mitchell

(Groom) Marriage*18 May 1862 James Morton married Martha Ann Mitchell on 18 May 1862 at St. Michael Spurriergate, York, YKS,
Ref: SMSP/1/112
James Morton, 21, bachelor, joiner, King Street, Father: William Morton, joiner
= Martha (x) Mitchell, 20, spinster, King Street, Father: Fred'k Mitchell, comb-bosser
In church after banns
Wit: William H. Campbell, Sarah Cosser?5,6,7 
Children

Known Children of James Morton and Ann Smith

(Groom) Marriage*2 December 1873 James Morton married Ann Smith, daughter of George Smith and Maria BINGHAM, on 2 December 1873 at St. Oswald Church, Fulford, York, YKS,
James Morton, 32, widower, joiner, Fulford, Father: William Morton, joiner
= Ann Smith, 27, spinster, Blossom Street, Father: George Smith, farm labourer
In church after banns
Wit: William Duce?, Ann Strudder?1,12,6,7 
Children
Last Edited2 Dec 2020

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1881, ancestry.
  2. [S2] MI "York Cemetery, York."
  3. [S95] York Cemetery, Data held in York Cemetery database.
  4. [S1] Census, 1851, Ancestry.
  5. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  6. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "www.yorkshireBMD.org.uk."
  7. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast Yorkshire Marriages."
  8. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  9. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "York St Dennis & St. George, YKS."
  10. [S1] Census, 1939, FindmyPast.
  11. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast Yorkshire Burials."
  12. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  13. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  14. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  15. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  16. [S90] Register of Voters "York, No. 15 Polling District, St. Dennis & St. George."
  17. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "York St Lawrence, YKS."
  18. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "St. Lawrence York."
  19. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."

James Morton1

M, #1895, b. 28 June 1885, d. 9 September 1885
FatherJames Morton1 b. bt 1 Apr 1842 - 31 Mar 1843, d. 5 Mar 1894
MotherAnn Smith1 b. bt 1 Oct 1846 - 31 Dec 1846, d. 10 May 1894
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Birth*28 June 1885 James Morton, son of James Morton and Ann Smith, was born on 28 June 1885 at 8 Winterscale Street, York, YKS.1 
 James Morton was the son of James Morton and Ann Smith.1 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1885 and 30 September 1885  His death was registered between 1 July 1885 and 30 September 1885 at R.D. York Ref: 9d, 36, as Morton, James, age 0.2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1885 and 30 September 1885  His birth was registered between 1 July 1885 and 30 September 1885 at R.D. York Ref: 9d, 43 Morton, James mother: Smith.3,4 
(Child) Baptism26 August 1885 James Morton was baptised on 26 August 1885 at St Lawrence church, York, YKS, born 28 June 1885, James of James & Ann Morton, 8 Winterscale Street, joiner.1 
(Deceased) Death*9 September 1885 He died on 9 September 1885 at Winterscale Street, York, YKS, Age 3 months.2,1,5 
(Interred) Burial*after 19 September 1885 He was buried after 19 September 1885 at Grave 8201, York Cemetery, York, YKS, Morton, James age 3 months
Grave 8201, public grave

No monumental inscription.5 

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Last Edited20 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "York St Lawrence, YKS."
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  5. [S95] York Cemetery, Data held in York Cemetery database.

James Henry Morton1

M, #3069, b. 30 December 1872, d. 2 January 1873
FatherJames Morton1 b. bt 1 Apr 1842 - 31 Mar 1843, d. 5 Mar 1894
MotherMartha Ann Mitchell1 b. 1844, d. bt 1 Jan 1873 - 31 Mar 1873
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1872 and 31 December 1872  His death was registered between 1 October 1872 and 31 December 1872 at R.D. York Ref: 9d, 39 as Morton, James Henry age 0

(can this really be the same James Henry - yes - he was born 30 Dec and died on 2nd Jan birth registration can be delayed, but death registration was quicker and slightly out).2,3 
(Child) Baptism30 December 1872 James Henry Morton was baptised on 30 December 1872 at Fulford, York, YKS, James Henry of James & Martha Ann Morton, Fulford, joiner.

Died age 3 days, and mother died a few days after that.1 
Birth*30 December 1872 James Henry Morton, son of James Morton and Martha Ann Mitchell, was born on 30 December 1872 at Fulford, York, YKS.1 
 James Henry Morton was the son of James Morton and Martha Ann Mitchell.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1873 and 31 March 1873  His birth was registered between 1 January 1873 and 31 March 1873 at R.D. York Ref: 9d, 29 Morton, James Henry mother: Mitchell

Mother's death probably delayed the registration of birth.4,5 
Death*2 January 1873 James Henry Morton died on 2 January 1873 at Fulford, York, YKS.1 
(Interred) Burial*2 January 1873 He was buried on 2 January 1873 at Fulford, York, YKS, James Henry Morton, Fulford, Jan 2nd age 3 days.1 

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Citations

  1. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast Yorkshire Burials."
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  3. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GROOnline."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  5. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."

Lillie Morton1

F, #1463, b. 4 November 1874, d. between 1 July 1940 and 30 September 1940
FatherJames Morton1 b. bt 1 Apr 1842 - 31 Mar 1843, d. 5 Mar 1894
MotherAnn Smith1 b. bt 1 Oct 1846 - 31 Dec 1846, d. 10 May 1894
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Name Variation  Lillie Morton was also known as Lily.2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1874 and 31 December 1874  Her birth was registered between 1 October 1874 and 31 December 1874 at R.D. York Ref: 9d, 47 Morton, Lily mother: Smith.2,3 
Birth*4 November 1874 Lillie Morton, daughter of James Morton and Ann Smith, was born on 4 November 1874 at York, YKS.1,2,4 
 Lillie Morton was the daughter of James Morton and Ann Smith.1 
Baptism22 November 1874 Lillie Morton was baptised on 22 November 1874 at Fulford, York, YKS.5 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of High Street, Warsop, NTT, listed Lillie Morton in the household of George Smith and Maria BINGHAM described as Lillie Morton, granddaughter age 6, scholar, born York.1 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of Shirebrook, Harley, DBY, listed Lillie Morton described as Lily Morton, servant, single age 16 general servant domestic, employed, born York, YKS in the household of Henry Rogers, grocer master. Also employed was Frank Tomlinson age 19 from Warsop (where Lily was living 10 years previous with her grandparents).6 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1894 and 31 December 1894  Her marriage was registered between 1 October 1894 and 31 December 1894 at R.D. Worksop.7 
Married Name1 December 1894  As of 1 December 1894, her married name was Emmingham.8,7,9 
(Bride) Marriage*1 December 1894 She married Arthur Emmingham on 1 December 1894 at St. Marys Church, Norton Cuckney, NTT.8,7,9 
Had a Daughter5 October 1895 Her daughter Rita Maria Emmingham was born on 5 October 1895 at Warsop, NTT.10,2,4 
Resch Note*2 February 1897 Research Note: at St Peter & St Paul, Warsop, NTT,
Baptism of William Edward Emmingham, but no GRO birth or death.
He would account for the "10th child" before 1911 census.
Does not appear in 1901 census either.11
 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 January 1898 and 31 March 1898 Her daughter Elizabeth Ann Emmingham was born between 1 January 1898 and 31 March 1898 at R.D. Mansfield.8 
Had a Daughter11 September 1899 Her daughter Ellen Emmingham was born on 11 September 1899 at Warsop, NTT.10,2,4 
Had a Daughter13 March 1901 Her daughter Alice Mary Emmingham was born on 13 March 1901 at Warsop, NTT.10,4 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*31 March 1901 She was wife of the head of household in the 1901 UK Census of 4 Hodsons Yard, Warsop, NTT, as Lilly Emmingham, wife, married, age 26, born York, YKS. She was enumerated with her husband Arthur Emmingham, Rita Maria Emmingham, Ellen Emmingham, Alice Mary Emmingham and Maria BINGHAM. Note that Lilly's grandmother Maria Smith nee Bingham is living with them.10 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 April 1902 and 30 June 1902 Her daughter Annie May Emmingham was born between 1 April 1902 and 30 June 1902 at R.D. Mansfield.2 
Had a Sonbetween 1 January 1904 and 31 March 1904 Her son Frederick Emmingham was born between 1 January 1904 and 31 March 1904 at R.D. Mansfield.2 
Had a Daughter29 August 1905 Her daughter Florence Emmingham was born on 29 August 1905 at Warsop, NTT.12,2,4 
Had a Daughter11 April 1908 Her daughter Fanny Irene Emmingham was born on 11 April 1908 at Warsop, NTT.12,2,4 
Had a Daughter30 March 1911 Her daughter Lily Emmingham was born on 30 March 1911 at Warsop, NTT.12,2 
(Wife) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of 3 Ridgeway Terrace, Warsop, NTT, as Lily Emmingham, wife, age 36, married 16 years, 10 children, 6 living, born York, YKS. She was enumerated with her husband Arthur Emmingham, Ellen Emmingham, Alice Mary Emmingham, Florence Emmingham, Fanny Irene Emmingham and Lily Emmingham. The house had 5 rooms.12 
Had a Daughter2 August 1915 Her daughter Annie Emmingham was born on 2 August 1915 at R.D. Mansfield.2,4 
(Distribution) Will13 September 1927 Lillie Morton was named as Lilly Emmingham, 1/264 share worth $33.79 in the distribution account for the Estate of Joseph Bingham dated 13 September 1927.13 
(Present-Second) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 She was listed next to the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 3 Ridgeway Road, Warsop, NTT, as Emmingham, Lily, female born 04 Nov 1874, unpaid housework. She was enumerated with Arthur Emmingham Annie Emmingham, Ivy Emmingham (later Marsh), female, born 20 Feb 1920, single, tin box machinist (a grand-daughter - daughter of one of the girls - maiden name of mother Emmingham says GROonline). Possibly of Rita, Ellen or Alice..4 
Death*between 1 July 1940 and 30 September 1940 Lillie Morton died between 1 July 1940 and 30 September 1940 at R.D. Mansfield.14 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1940 and 30 September 1940  Her death was registered between 1 July 1940 and 30 September 1940 at R.D. Mansfield Ref: 7b, 81 age 65 as Lily Emmingham.14 

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(Bride) Marriage*1 December 1894 Lillie Morton married Arthur Emmingham on 1 December 1894 at St. Marys Church, Norton Cuckney, NTT.8,7,9 
Children
Last Edited20 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  4. [S1] Census, 1939, FindmyPast.
  5. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast Yorkshire Baptisms."
  6. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  7. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  8. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  9. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Ancestry Public Member Trees - Johnson family tree - brianfjohnson."
  10. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  11. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=brianfjohnson&id=I2894."
  12. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  13. [S52] Private papers.
  14. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."

Rita Smith Morton1,2

F, #1464, b. 19 January 1890, d. October 1987
FatherJames Morton1 b. bt 1 Apr 1842 - 31 Mar 1843, d. 5 Mar 1894
MotherAnn Smith1 b. bt 1 Oct 1846 - 31 Dec 1846, d. 10 May 1894
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1890 and 31 March 1890  Her birth was registered between 1 January 1890 and 31 March 1890 at R.D. York Ref: 9d, 48 Morton, Rita Smith mother: Smith.2,3 
Birth*19 January 1890 Rita Smith Morton, daughter of James Morton and Ann Smith, was born on 19 January 1890 at York, YKS.1,2,4,5 
 Rita Smith Morton was the daughter of James Morton and Ann Smith.1 
Baptism23 November 1890 Rita Smith Morton was baptised on 23 November 1890 at Parish Church of Ss. Denys+ George, York, YKS.6 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 8 Winterscale Street, St. Lawrence, York, YKS, listed Rita Smith Morton in the household of James Morton and Ann Smith described as Rebecca S Morton, daughter age 2, born York.1 
Death of Father5 March 1894 Her father James Morton died on 5 March 1894 at Winterscale Street, York, YKS.7,8 
Death of Mother10 May 1894 Her mother Ann Smith died on 10 May 1894 at Alne Terrace, York, YKS.7,8 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 119 Bingley Street, Bradford, YKS, listed Rita Smith Morton described as Ritta Morton, adopted daughter, age 11, born York, found in the household of Samuel Gibson, cotton warps dresser age 46 and Elizabeth his wife with brothers Walter & Frank Morton.9 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 17A Bowling Old Lane, Bradford, YKS, listed Rita Smith Morton described as Rita Morton, boarder, age 21, single, weaver, cloth manufacture, worker, born York, YKS in the household of Samuel & Martha Crowther, wool washer The house had 5 rooms.10 
Married Namebetween 1 October 1921 and 31 December 1921  As of between 1 October 1921 and 31 December 1921, her married name was Varey.11 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1921 and 31 December 1921  Her marriage was registered between 1 October 1921 and 31 December 1921 at R.D. Bradford.12,13 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 October 1921 and 31 December 1921 She married Albert Varey between 1 October 1921 and 31 December 1921 at R.D. Bradford.11 
(Distribution) Will13 September 1927 Rita Smith Morton was named as Rita Varley, 1/264 share worth $33.79 in the distribution account for the Estate of Joseph Bingham dated 13 September 1927.14 
(Present-Second) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed next to the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 6 Hawes Crescent, Bradford, YKS, as Varey, Rita S., female, born 19 Jan 90, married, unpaid domestic duties. She was enumerated with Albert Varey.5 
Death of Spouse11 January 1941 Her husband Albert Varey died on 11 January 1941 at St. Luke's Hospital, Bradford, YKS.4,15 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*October 1987  Her death was registered in October 1987 at R.D. Bradford Ref:
Volume: 4
Page: 326
Varey, Rita Smith bn 19 Jan 1890.4 
Death*October 1987 Rita Smith Morton died in October 1987.4 

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(Bride) Marriage*between 1 October 1921 and 31 December 1921 Rita Smith Morton married Albert Varey between 1 October 1921 and 31 December 1921 at R.D. Bradford.11 
Last Edited9 May 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1891, ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  4. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  5. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  6. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Ss Denys & George, York."
  7. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  8. [S95] York Cemetery, Data held in York Cemetery database.
  9. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  10. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  11. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage.
  12. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD & Ancestry."
  13. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  14. [S52] Private papers.
  15. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."

Rose Rebecca Morton1,2

F, #1459, b. between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875, d. 2 September 1893
FatherJames Morton1 b. bt 1 Apr 1842 - 31 Mar 1843, d. 5 Mar 1894
MotherAnn Smith1 b. bt 1 Oct 1846 - 31 Dec 1846, d. 10 May 1894
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Birth-Altbetween 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875 Rose Rebecca Morton, daughter of James Morton and Ann Smith, was also reported to have been born between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875 at York, YKS.1,2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875  Her birth was registered between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875 at R.D. Mansfield Ref: 7b, 53 Morton, Rose Rebekah mother: Smith.

Must have been visiting a relative at the time! (baptised in York 2-3 months later).3,4 
Birth*between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875 Rose Rebecca Morton, daughter of James Morton and Ann Smith, was born between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875 at Warsop, NTT.5,3,4 
 Rose Rebecca Morton was the daughter of James Morton and Ann Smith.1 
(Child) Baptism6 February 1876 Rose Rebecca Morton was baptised on 6 February 1876 at St. Dennis & St George, York, YKS, Rose Rebecca d. James & Ann Morton, Hope Street, joiner.2 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of 34 George Street, York, YKS, listed Rose Rebecca Morton in the household of James Morton and Ann Smith described as Rose Morton, daughter age 5 scholar born York.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 8 Winterscale Street, St. Lawrence, York, YKS, listed Rose Rebecca Morton in the household of James Morton and Ann Smith described as Rose Morton, daughter, single age 15, born Worsop, NTT.5 
(Witness) Marriage8 March 1893 Rose Rebecca Morton witnessed the marriage of Alfred David Woodward and Alice Ann Morton on 8 March 1893 at St Lawrence Church, York, YKS, Alfred David Woodward, age 26, bachelor, telegraphist, 4 Carlton Street, Father David Woodward, (deceased), coachman
= Alice Ann Morton, age 24, spinster, 48 Winterscale St., Father: James Morton, joiner
In church after banns
Wit: Fred Daniel?, Rose Morton.6 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1893 and 30 September 1893  Her death was registered between 1 July 1893 and 30 September 1893 at R.D. York Ref: 9d 45, age 17.7 
(Deceased) Death*2 September 1893 Rose Rebecca Morton died on 2 September 1893 at R.D. York Age 17 in GRO index, 18 in death register.7,8 
(Interred) Burial*after 2 September 1893 She was buried after 2 September 1893 at Grave 18178, York Cemetery, York, YKS, Morton, Rose age 18 years
Grave 18178, public grave

No monumental inscription.8 

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Last Edited20 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1881, ancestry.
  2. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "York St Dennis & St. George, YKS."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  5. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  6. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast Yorkshire Marriages."
  7. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  8. [S95] York Cemetery, Data held in York Cemetery database.

Walter Morton1

M, #1460, b. 13 June 1877, d. between 1 January 1908 and 31 March 1908
FatherJames Morton1 b. bt 1 Apr 1842 - 31 Mar 1843, d. 5 Mar 1894
MotherAnn Smith1 b. bt 1 Oct 1846 - 31 Dec 1846, d. 10 May 1894
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Birthbefore 13 June 1877 Walter Morton, son of James Morton and Ann Smith, was born before 13 June 1877 at 86 Hope Street, St. Dennis & St. George, York, YKS.1,2,3 
(Child) Baptism*13 June 1877 Walter Morton was baptised on 13 June 1877 at St. Dennis & St George, York, YKS, Walter s. James & Ann Morton, 86 Hope Street, joiner.3 
 He was the son of James Morton and Ann Smith.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1877 and 30 September 1877  His birth was registered between 1 July 1877 and 30 September 1877 at R.D. York Ref: 9d, 29 Morton, Walter mother: Smith.2,4 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of 34 George Street, York, YKS, listed Walter Morton in the household of James Morton and Ann Smith described as Walter Morton, son age 4, born York.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 8 Winterscale Street, St. Lawrence, York, YKS, listed Walter Morton in the household of James Morton and Ann Smith described as Walter Morton, son, single age 13, born York.5 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 119 Bingley Street, Bradford, YKS, listed Walter Morton described as Walter Morton, boarder, single, age 23, cotton dyer, employed, born York. Found with brother Frank and sister Ritta, in the household of Samuel Gibson, cotton warps dresser age 46 and Elizabeth his wife.6 
(Deceased) Death*between 1 January 1908 and 31 March 1908 He died between 1 January 1908 and 31 March 1908 at R.D. Mansfield Age 30.7 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1908 and 31 March 1908  His death was registered between 1 January 1908 and 31 March 1908 at R.D. Mansfield Ref: 7b 41, age 30.
Family (sister Lillie) living in RD Mansfield, so fits well.7 
Resch Note*between 1 January 1908 and 31 March 1908 Research Note: at R.D. Mansfield
Ref: 7b 41 - only Walter Morton which fits 1901-1925.7
 
Resch Note2 April 1911 Research Note:
There is also a Walter Morton still in York - living in York with wife Agnes, but at age 38 is different from "our" Walter.8

 
Resch NoteJune 1926 Research Note:
Death in Halifax Jun 1926 age 48 may also fit - but this one was born in Manchester (1901 & 1911 census).6,8
 
Resch Note13 September 1927 Research Note:
Not included in Estate of Joseph Bingham deceased - so is probably dead by now.9
 
Resch Note1939 Research Note:
A Walter bn 12 May 1872, retired upholsterer is living with Agnes born 22 May 1867.

Schedule 14 (1-2)
Consistent with 1911 census.
Probably not our Walter.

Marriage to Agnes i n 1903 states father to be Kelita Morton, joiner, and Walter age 31 in Dec 26 1903.
 
Resch Note13 February 1952 Research Note: at York Cemetery, York, YKS,
A Walter Morton dies age 79 (i.e. born 1873) - this matches the walter found in 1911 census, but is not our Walter.

This Walter was son of "Kelita" Morton -bn Cawood Yks Kelita was also a joiner, and son of John Morton (wheelwright) of Ullerskilf, YKS.10,1
 

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Last Edited20 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1881, ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  3. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "York St Dennis & St. George, YKS."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  5. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  6. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  7. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  8. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  9. [S38] Private papers of Clifton family.
  10. [S95] York Cemetery, Data held in York Cemetery database.

William Henry Morton1,2

M, #1457, b. 30 September 1866, d. 3 December 1893
FatherJames Morton1 b. bt 1 Apr 1842 - 31 Mar 1843, d. 5 Mar 1894
MotherMartha Ann Mitchell b. 1844, d. bt 1 Jan 1873 - 31 Mar 1873
Birthbefore 30 September 1866 William Henry Morton, son of James Morton and Martha Ann Mitchell, was born before 30 September 1866 at York, YKS.1,3,2 
(Child) Baptism*30 September 1866 William Henry Morton was baptised on 30 September 1866 at St. Dennis & St George, York, YKS, William Henry s. James & Martha Morton, George Street, joiner.2 
 He was the son of James Morton and Martha Ann Mitchell.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1866 and 31 December 1866  His birth was registered between 1 October 1866 and 31 December 1866 at R.D. York Ref: 9d, 28 Morton, William Henry mother: Mitchell.3,4 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Fulford Road, Fulford Gate, York, YKS, listed William Henry Morton in the household of James Morton and Martha Ann Mitchell described as William Morton, son, age 4, born York.5 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of 34 George Street, York, YKS, listed William Henry Morton in the household of James Morton and Ann Smith described as William H Morton, son age 14, scholar, born York.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 8 Winterscale Street, St. Lawrence, York, YKS, listed William Henry Morton in the household of James Morton and Ann Smith described as William H Morton, son, single age 25, glass bottle blower, employed, born York.6 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1893 and 31 December 1893  His death was registered between 1 October 1893 and 31 December 1893 at R.D. York Ref: 9d 44, as Morton, William Henry, age 27.7 
(Deceased) Death*3 December 1893 William Henry Morton died on 3 December 1893 at Winterscale Street, York, YKS, Morton, William Henry, male, glassblower, age 27
Cause of death: Phthisis
Informant: Wm. Morton, George St.7,8 
Resch Note*7 December 1893 Research Note: at Grave 18371, York Cemetery, York, YKS,
Grave purchased 7/12/1893
Cost: £3-15-0
Mr. James Morton, joiner, Winterscale Street
Digging fee: 20/-.8
 
Burial*7 December 1893 He was buried on 7 December 1893 at Grave 18371, York Cemetery, York, YKS.8 

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Last Edited20 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1881, ancestry.
  2. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "York St Dennis & St. George, YKS."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  5. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  6. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  7. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  8. [S95] York Cemetery, Data held in York Cemetery database.

Herbert L. Mosby1

M, #3410, b. 16 February 1906
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Birth*16 February 1906 Herbert L. Mosby was born on 16 February 1906.1 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1937 and 30 September 1937  His marriage was registered between 1 July 1937 and 30 September 1937 at R.D. Doncaster.2 
Marriage*between 1 July 1937 and 30 September 1937 He married Ida Wastnidge, daughter of Richard Wastridge and Amy Irene Smith, between 1 July 1937 and 30 September 1937 at R.D. Doncaster.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 The 1939 UK Register of 93 Victoria Road, Bentley, YKS, listed Herbert L. Mosby in the household of Richard Wastridge and Amy Irene Smith described as Mosby, Herbert L. male born 16 Feb1906 married, celluloser & coach painter.1 

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Marriage*between 1 July 1937 and 30 September 1937 Herbert L. Mosby married Ida Wastnidge, daughter of Richard Wastridge and Amy Irene Smith, between 1 July 1937 and 30 September 1937 at R.D. Doncaster.1 
Last Edited31 Dec 2020

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  2. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."

Sarah Mosley

F, #661, b. circa 1809, d. between 1 January 1883 and 31 March 1883
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Occupation* Sarah Mosley was a Parish Relief, Housekpr.1,2 
Resch Note* Research Note:
There are a number of inconsistencies between the data in these events. Was this Sarah the one who was at the workhouse? If so, was she the woman featured in the letter of May 24 1838? Was the information about the money paid for "midwifery" actual (or was it made up for the "workhouse visitor story", like other information)? Was she actually married? She says not on her marriage to James Bingham, and there is a Sarah Mosley baptised at the right time and place to be her.
Are the children hers which are in the census? Described as sons-in-law. If they were illegitimate, they would still be the siblings of Joseph Bingham and inherit part of his Estate... if anyone knew about them, of course!
Real question - is the lady in the workhouse the same Sarah as the one who married James Bingham 2 year's later?
 
Resch Note23 October 1808 Research Note: at Farnsfield, NTT,
Baptism of a Sarah Mosley in Farnsfield to James & Martha Mosley (according to IGI). Assuming her maiden name was Mosley...3
 
Birth*circa 1809 Sarah Mosley was born circa 1809 at Farnsfield, NTT.4 
Resch Note24 May 1838 Research Note: at Southwell Union Workhouse, Upton, Southwell, NTT,
Letter from Thomas Marriott, Clerk to the Guardians of the Southwell Union, to the Poor Law Commission "a woman deserted by her husband has been in the workhouse ever since the information of this union and for some time previous with two children, one whose legitimacy is not doubted and another born in the workhouse long since the desertion of her husband. The woman has been great deal employed in the kitchen of the workhouse by the governor and has been indulged much more than the other paupers. This woman appears now to be again pregnant (and there is no reason to believe that she has had any connexion with her husband) and was suffered by the governor to go away with her youngest child on the 14th May leaving the eldest child now 6 years old in the house. On the day of her going away the governor was absent for the day , which he accounts for by saying that he was at the Newark fair, that he was always taken such occasional absences without considering it necessary to ask the leave of the board.
Suspicious rumours having got aboard as to the paternity of the child of which the woman is now pregnant, some enquires have been made about it. The governor states that the woman was absent on Wednesday after last Martinmas by his leave to go to Newark fair, when he obtained permission of his wife who was also at the fair to stay all night, and he insinuates that she then became pregnant by the man who said to be the child of which she was delivered in the workhouse."
Is this our Sarah?5
 
Resch Note1839 Research Note: at Southwell Union Workhouse, Upton, Southwell, NTT,
"Sarah Mosley aged 33 years entered the workhouse pregnant, with two children 10 shillings and sixpence to be paid to the medical officer for midwifery by the order of the master. the board of guardians ordered father of John Mosley should be found and made to pay for not maintaining his wife and child." Is this our Sarah?6
 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ6 June 1841 The 1841 UK Census of Southwell Union Workhouse, Upton, NTT, listed Sarah Mosley described as Sarah Mosley found in Southwell district Union workhouse, age 33, servant, along with Willm. Mosley age 9 & John Mosley age 6 no relationship shown, and not recorded in family groups Southwell District Union Workhouse, Thomas Wightman, the governor.7 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1843 and 30 June 1843  Her marriage was registered between 1 April 1843 and 30 June 1843 at R.D. Southwell.8 
(Bride) Marriage*22 May 1843 She married James BINGHAM, son of Thomas BINGHAM, on 22 May 1843 at Boughton, NTT,
James BINGHAM (X) of full age, widow, Labourer, Boughton, father Thomas BINGHAM, Labourer
married
Sarah MOSLEY (X) of full age, spinster, Boughton, father James MOSLEY, Labourer
In church after banns on 22 MAY 1843. Witnesses:
John HARDWICK (X), Joshua MOSS (Joshua Moss witnessed a lot of marriages).9 
Married Name22 May 1843  As of 22 May 1843, her married name was Bingham.9 
Had a Daughter14 January 1844 Her daughter Olive Bingham was baptised on 14 January 1844 at Boughton, NTT.10 
Had a son4 May 1845 Her son Charles Bingham was baptised on 4 May 1845 at Boughton, NTT.10 
Had a son1 November 1846 Her son George Bingham was baptised on 1 November 1846 at Boughton, NTT.10 
Had a Son16 July 1848 Her son Joseph Bingham was born on 16 July 1848 at Boughton, NTT.1,10,11 
(Informant) DC28 December 1849 Sarah Mosley was the informant as the mark of Sarah Bingham, present at the death, Boughton at the registration of the death of James BINGHAM on 28 December 1849 at S.D. Kneesal, R.D. Southwell, NTT.12 
Had a Daughter3 March 1850 Her daughter Emily Bingham was baptised on 3 March 1850 at Boughton, NTT.10 
(Head) Cen-Househ*30 March 1851 She was head of the household in the 1851 UK Census of Boughton, NTT, as Sarah Bingham, head, widow, age 42 on parish relief formerly ag. lab. wife, born in Farnsfield, NTT. She was enumerated with Olive Bingham, Charles Bingham, George Bingham, Joseph Bingham and Emily Bingham, John Mosley age 15 bn Boughton & Richard Mosley age 12, bn Fladon? or Stretton?, DBY, son-in-laws and ag labs. These may be her brother John's children? Or hers by other men?. Why are the Mosley children shown as her in-laws?1 
(Head) Cen-Househ7 April 1861 She was head of the household in the 1861 UK Census of Village, Boughton, NTT, as Sarah Bingham, head, widow age 52, housekeeper born Farnsfield, NTT. She was enumerated with Emily Bingham.2 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Henpark, Brampton, DBY, listed Sarah Mosley described as Sarah Bingham, servant, widow, age 62, housekeeper, born Farnsfield NTT in the household of Samuel Turner, head widower age 72, farm labourer born Brampton, DBY.13 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of Bur House Off, Unstone, DBY, listed Sarah Mosley in the household of William Webster and Emily Bingham described as Sarah Bingham, widow age 72, Mother-in-Law born Farnsfield, Notts.14 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1883 and 31 March 1883  Her death was registered between 1 January 1883 and 31 March 1883 at R.D. Chesterfield Ref: 7b 432, Bingham, Sarah age 74.15,16 
(Deceased) Death*between 1 January 1883 and 31 March 1883 Sarah Mosley died between 1 January 1883 and 31 March 1883 at R.D. Chesterfield age 74.16 

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(Bride) Marriage*22 May 1843 Sarah Mosley married James BINGHAM, son of Thomas BINGHAM, on 22 May 1843 at Boughton, NTT,
James BINGHAM (X) of full age, widow, Labourer, Boughton, father Thomas BINGHAM, Labourer
married
Sarah MOSLEY (X) of full age, spinster, Boughton, father James MOSLEY, Labourer
In church after banns on 22 MAY 1843. Witnesses:
John HARDWICK (X), Joshua MOSS (Joshua Moss witnessed a lot of marriages).9 
Children
Last Edited8 May 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1851, Ancestry.
  2. [S1] Census, 1861, Ancestry.
  3. [S3] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  4. [S1] Census, 1861.
  5. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "The National Archives, workhouse records, Southwell union,."
  6. [S84] Information supplied by Researcher 14 "From Southwell Union Workhouse, 2008."
  7. [S1] Census, 1841, Ancestry.
  8. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  9. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "Boughton, NTT."
  10. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Boughton, NTT."
  11. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Cemeteries in Jo Daviess County."
  12. [S16] Death cert.
  13. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  14. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  15. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths.
  16. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."

Agnes Moss1

F, #2983, b. between 1 October 1855 and 31 December 1855, d. between 1 January 1936 and 31 March 1936
FatherSeeton Moss1
MotherSarah Dodson1 b. 19 Mar 1823
Birth*between 1 October 1855 and 31 December 1855 Agnes Moss, daughter of Seeton Moss and Sarah Dodson, was born between 1 October 1855 and 31 December 1855 at Nottingham, NTT.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1855 and 31 December 1855  Her birth was registered between 1 October 1855 and 31 December 1855 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 7b, 195 Moss, Agnes mother: Dodson.2,3 
 Agnes Moss was the daughter of Seeton Moss and Sarah Dodson.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ7 April 1861 The 1861 UK Census of 35 Stewart Place, St Mary, Nottingham, NTT, listed Agnes Moss in the household of Seeton Moss and Sarah Dodson described as Agnes Moss, daughter, age 5, scholar, born Nottingham NTT.1 
Resch Note*1876 Research Note:
Wierd that they don't marry until 1898... together in 1911 stating married for 35 years - i.e. marriage in 1876.
 
(Wife) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 She was wife of the head of household in the 1891 UK Census of 44 Truman Street, Nottingham, NTT, as Agnes Allwood, wife, married age 34, born Nottm.. She was enumerated with her husband Thomas Allwood,
Thomas Allwood, son, age 7 months, born Nottm..4 
Married Namebetween 1 October 1898 and 31 December 1898  As of between 1 October 1898 and 31 December 1898, her married name was Allwood.5 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1898 and 31 December 1898  Her marriage was registered between 1 October 1898 and 31 December 1898 at R.D. Nottingham.6 
Marriage*between 1 October 1898 and 31 December 1898 Agnes Moss married Thomas Allwood between 1 October 1898 and 31 December 1898 at R.D. Nottingham.5 
(Beneficiary) Will13 June 1907 Agnes Moss was named as Agnes Allwood, niece, a beneficiary in the Will of Frances Elizabeth Dodson dated 13 June 1907.7 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of 84 Truman Street, Nottingham, NTT, as Agnes Allwood, wife age 53, married 35 years, 3 children, 2 living, born Nottm.. She was enumerated with her husband Thomas Allwood, Thomas Allwood, son, age 20, single, gas meter fixer, Nottm. Corporation Gas works, worker, born Nottm.
Percy George Allwood, son age 15, single, office boy, hosiery manufctry, worker, born Nottingham. The house had 5 rooms.5 
(Beneficiary) Will13 May 1931 Agnes Moss was named as "my cousin Mrs. Agnes Allwood twenty six pounds during her life" a beneficiary in the Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931.8 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1936 and 31 March 1936  Her death was registered between 1 January 1936 and 31 March 1936 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 289 as Allwood, Agnes, age 81.9 
Death*between 1 January 1936 and 31 March 1936 Agnes Moss died between 1 January 1936 and 31 March 1936 at R.D. Basford.9 

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Marriage*between 1 October 1898 and 31 December 1898 Agnes Moss married Thomas Allwood between 1 October 1898 and 31 December 1898 at R.D. Nottingham.5 
Last Edited17 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1861, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeMBD."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  4. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  5. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  6. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeMBD."
  7. [S14] Will "Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, written 13 June 1907."
  8. [S14] Will "Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931."
  9. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeMBD."

Ann Elizabeth Moss1

F, #2982, b. between 1 July 1854 and 30 September 1854, d. between 1 April 1936 and 30 June 1936
FatherSeeton Moss1
MotherSarah Dodson1 b. 19 Mar 1823
Birth*between 1 July 1854 and 30 September 1854 Ann Elizabeth Moss, daughter of Seeton Moss and Sarah Dodson, was born between 1 July 1854 and 30 September 1854 at Nottingham, NTT.1,2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1854 and 30 September 1854  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1854 and 30 September 1854 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 7b, 200 Moss, Ann Elizabeth mother: Dodson.2 
 Ann Elizabeth Moss was the daughter of Seeton Moss and Sarah Dodson.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ7 April 1861 The 1861 UK Census of 35 Stewart Place, St Mary, Nottingham, NTT, listed Ann Elizabeth Moss in the household of Seeton Moss and Sarah Dodson described as Ann Elizth Moss, daughter, age 6, scholar, born Nottingham NTT.1 
Married Namebetween 1 January 1872 and 31 March 1872  As of between 1 January 1872 and 31 March 1872, her married name was Angrave.3 
Marriage*between 1 January 1872 and 31 March 1872 Ann Elizabeth Moss married Alfred Henry Angrave between 1 January 1872 and 31 March 1872 at R.D. Nottingham.3 
(Wife) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 She was wife of the head of household in the 1881 UK Census of 10 Lake Street, Nottingham, NTT, as Annie E. Angrave, wife, married, age 26, born Nottingham, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Alfred Henry Angrave, their children - Mary 7, Alice 5, Edith 2, Ethel 18 months and a visitor Kate Moss, age 16, all born Nottingham..4 
(Wife) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 She was wife of the head of household in the 1891 UK Census of Salisbury Street, Mere, WLT, as Annie E. Angrave, wife, married, age 36, born Nottingham, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Alfred Henry Angrave, their children:
Mary E Angrave, daughter, single, age 17, pupil teacher (school), employed born Nottingham
Alice Angrave, daughter, single, age 15, pupil teacher (school), employed born Nottingham
Edith Angrave, daughter, single, age 12, scholar, born Nottingham
&
Ethel Angrave, daughter, single, age 10, scholar, born Nottingham
along with Annie's grandmother, Mary A. Moss, widow, age 81, living on own means, born Boston LIN.5 
(Wife) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 She was wife of the head of household in the 1901 UK Census of Church Street, Mere, WLT, as Annie E. Angrave, wife, married, age 46, born Nottingham, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Alfred Henry Angrave, Alice Angrave, daughter, single, age 25, assistant teacher, work at home, born Nottingham & Ethel Angrave, daughter, single, age 20, assistant teacher, at home, born Nottingham
and
4 pupil boarders, all boys - George W. King age 14, Harry R King age 12, Charles Kerridge age 12 & Frank R King age 11..6 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of Church Street, Mere, WLT, as Annie Elizabeth Angrave, wife, age 56, married 38 years, 5 children, 4 living, matron of Private School, at home, born Nottingham. She was enumerated with her husband Alfred Henry Angrave, Ethel Angrave, daughter, age 30, single, assistant matron of Private School, at home, born Nottingham
and
Elsie Patricia Farrell, assistant, age 23, single, assistant mistress private school, assistant worker, at home, born Nottingham.. Signs "Alfred Angrave, F.E.I.S". The house has 10 rooms.7 
(Beneficiary) Will13 May 1931 Ann Elizabeth Moss was named as "my first cousin Mrs. Annie Angrave Twenty six pounds for life" a beneficiary in the Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931.8 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 April 1936 and 30 June 1936  Her death was registered between 1 April 1936 and 30 June 1936 at R.D. Rochford Ref: 4a, 709 as Angrave, Annie E, age 81.9 
Death*between 1 April 1936 and 30 June 1936 Ann Elizabeth Moss died between 1 April 1936 and 30 June 1936 at R.D. Rochford.9 

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Marriage*between 1 January 1872 and 31 March 1872 Ann Elizabeth Moss married Alfred Henry Angrave between 1 January 1872 and 31 March 1872 at R.D. Nottingham.3 
Last Edited17 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1861, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeMBD."
  4. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  5. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  6. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  7. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  8. [S14] Will "Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931."
  9. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeMBD."

Seeton Moss1

M, #2981
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1853 and 31 December 1853  His marriage was registered between 1 October 1853 and 31 December 1853.1 
Marriage*between 1 October 1853 and 31 December 1853 Seeton Moss married Sarah Dodson, daughter of George Dodson and Jane (=Dodson) (?), between 1 October 1853 and 31 December 1853 at R.D. Nottingham.1 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 July 1854 and 30 September 1854 His daughter Ann Elizabeth Moss was born between 1 July 1854 and 30 September 1854 at Nottingham, NTT.2,3 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 October 1855 and 31 December 1855 His daughter Agnes Moss was born between 1 October 1855 and 31 December 1855 at Nottingham, NTT.2 
(Head) Cen-Househ*7 April 1861 He was head of the household in the 1861 UK Census of 35 Stewart Place, St Mary, Nottingham, NTT, as William Moss, head, married, age 49, printer's pressman, born Boston, LIN. He was enumerated with his wife Sarah Dodson, Ann Elizabeth Moss and Agnes Moss,
George Hy Moss, son, age 4, born Nottm NTT.2 

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Marriage*between 1 October 1853 and 31 December 1853 Seeton Moss married Sarah Dodson, daughter of George Dodson and Jane (=Dodson) (?), between 1 October 1853 and 31 December 1853 at R.D. Nottingham.1 
Children
  • Ann Elizabeth Moss2 b. bt 1 Jul 1854 - 30 Sep 1854, d. bt 1 Apr 1936 - 30 Jun 1936
  • Agnes Moss2 b. bt 1 Oct 1855 - 31 Dec 1855, d. bt 1 Jan 1936 - 31 Mar 1936
Last Edited23 Dec 2014

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeMBD."
  2. [S1] Census, 1861, Ancestry.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."

George Houston Mowat1

M, #1746, b. 1848, d. 8 May 1906
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Birth*1848 George Houston Mowat was born in 1848 at Scotland.1 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1892 and 31 March 1892  His marriage was registered between 1 January 1892 and 31 March 1892 at R.D. Sheffield.1 
(Groom) Marriage*14 February 1892 He married Olive Noton, daughter of Thomas Williamson Noton and Charlotte Bingham, on 14 February 1892 at Cathedral Church of St. Peter & St. Paul, Sheffield, YKS,
George Houston Mowat, age 45, widower, tailor, 129 Brunswick Road, Father: Magnus Mowat, Cow? Keeper
Olive Noton, age 28, spinster, 129 Brunswick Road, Father: Thomas Williamson Noton (deceased), tailor
In church after banns,
Wit: Henry Noton, Sarah Ann Noton.1,2 
(Head) Cen-Househ*31 March 1901 He was head of the household in the 1901 UK Census of 2 Upper Hanover Street, Nether Hallam, Sheffield, YKS, as George H Mowat, head, married, age 53, merchant tailor, employer, born Scotland. He was enumerated with his wife Olive Noton, Sarah Ann Noton. Sarah A Noton being with them confirms both their places in the tree. Sarah is Olive's sister.3 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906  His death was registered between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906 at R.D. Ecclesall B. Ref: 9c, 198 age 58. Indexed as George Houston Mowat.4 
Address*8 May 1906  As of 8 May 1906, George Houston Mowat lived at 2 Upper Hanover Street, Sheffield, YKS.5 
Address8 May 1906  As of 8 May 1906, George Houston Mowat lived at 40 Church Street, Sheffield, YKS.5 
(Deceased) Death*8 May 1906 He died on 8 May 1906 at 67 Clarkehouse Road, Sheffield, YKS, Age 58.4,5 
(Deceased) Prob Index*27 June 1906  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Mowat George Houston of 40 Church Street and of 2 Upper Hanover Street both in Sheffield merchant tailor died 8 May 1906 at 67 Clarkehouse Road Sheffield. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Charles Henry Cooper railway inspector and Magnus Mowat the younger, civil engineer on 27 June 1906 by The Probate Office, Wakefield. Estate valued at £2702 12s. 7d..5 

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(Groom) Marriage*14 February 1892 George Houston Mowat married Olive Noton, daughter of Thomas Williamson Noton and Charlotte Bingham, on 14 February 1892 at Cathedral Church of St. Peter & St. Paul, Sheffield, YKS,
George Houston Mowat, age 45, widower, tailor, 129 Brunswick Road, Father: Magnus Mowat, Cow? Keeper
Olive Noton, age 28, spinster, 129 Brunswick Road, Father: Thomas Williamson Noton (deceased), tailor
In church after banns,
Wit: Henry Noton, Sarah Ann Noton.1,2 
Last Edited2 Jan 2021

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  2. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast Yorkshire Marriages."
  3. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  4. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  5. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."

Emma Musty1

F, #3043, b. 1844, d. between 1 January 1909 and 31 March 1909
ChartsDescendants of Isaac Jones bn circa 1772 showing relationships
Birth*1844 Emma Musty was born in 1844 at Winchcombe, GLS.1 
Married Name20 July 1878  As of 20 July 1878, her married name was Jones.1,2 
(Bride) Marriage*20 July 1878 She married Richard Jones, son of Isaac JONES and Mary BALLANGER, on 20 July 1878 at The parish church, Winchcombe, GLS,
Richard Jones, age 45, widower coachman of Winchcombe father: Isaac jones, labourer
= Emma Musty, age 35, spinster of Winchcombe father: John Musty, labourer
In church after banns
Wit: Mark Musty, Sarah Musty.1,2 
(Wife) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 She was wife of the head of household in the 1881 UK Census of Greet Road, Winchcombe, GLS, as Emma Jones, wife, married, age 37, groom's wife, born Winchcomb GLS. She was enumerated with her husband Richard Jones, his children Thomas age 17, groom; Clara age 15, groom's daughter (imbecile from birth); their child, Edward, son age 2, all born Winchcomb and Mary Ann Musty, age 15, step daughter - Emma's daughter..3 
(Wife) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 She was wife of the head of household in the 1891 UK Census of Sudelely Tenements, Greet Road, Winchcombe, GLS, as Emma Jones, wife, married, age 47, born Winchcomb GLS. She was enumerated with her husband Richard Jones, their child, Edward, son age 12, born Winchcomb.4 
(Wife) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 She was wife of the head of household in the 1901 UK Census of Greet Road, Winchcombe, GLS, as Emma Jones, wife, married, age 57, born Winchcomb GLS. She was enumerated with her husband Richard Jones. The house had 3 rooms.5 
Death*between 1 January 1909 and 31 March 1909 Emma Musty died between 1 January 1909 and 31 March 1909 at R.D. Winchcomb.6 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1909 and 31 March 1909  Her death was registered between 1 January 1909 and 31 March 1909 at R.D. Winchcomb Ref: 6a, 300 as Emma Jones, age 65.6 

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(Bride) Marriage*20 July 1878 Emma Musty married Richard Jones, son of Isaac JONES and Mary BALLANGER, on 20 July 1878 at The parish church, Winchcombe, GLS,
Richard Jones, age 45, widower coachman of Winchcombe father: Isaac jones, labourer
= Emma Musty, age 35, spinster of Winchcombe father: John Musty, labourer
In church after banns
Wit: Mark Musty, Sarah Musty.1,2 
Last Edited5 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  2. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Ancestry Gloucestershire Marriages & Banns."
  3. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  4. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  5. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  6. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."

Eliza Nailor1

F, #3487, b. between 1 April 1846 and 30 June 1846, d. between 1 January 1848 and 31 March 1848
FatherWilliam Naylor1 b. 1816
MotherPhillis Clifton1 b. 17 May 1818, d. bt 1 Jul 1879 - 30 Sep 1879
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1846 and 30 June 1846  Her birth was registered between 1 April 1846 and 30 June 1846 at R.D. Basford Ref: 15, 491 Nailor, Eliza mother: Clifton.1 
Birth*between 1 April 1846 and 30 June 1846 Eliza Nailor, daughter of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton, was born between 1 April 1846 and 30 June 1846 at R.D. Basford.1 
 Eliza Nailor was the daughter of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton.1 
Death*between 1 January 1848 and 31 March 1848 Eliza Nailor died between 1 January 1848 and 31 March 1848 at R.D. Basford.2 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1848 and 31 March 1848  Her death was registered between 1 January 1848 and 31 March 1848 at R.D. Basford Ref: 15,369 Naylor, Eliza age 1.2 

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Last Edited7 Apr 2021

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  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GROonline."

Martha Nailor1

F, #3488, b. between 1 July 1849 and 30 September 1849, d. between 1 October 1850 and 31 December 1850
FatherWilliam Naylor1 b. 1816
MotherPhillis Clifton1 b. 17 May 1818, d. bt 1 Jul 1879 - 30 Sep 1879
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1849 and 30 September 1849  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1849 and 30 September 1849 at R.D. Basford Ref: 15, 444 Nailor, Martha mother: Clifton.1 
Birth*between 1 July 1849 and 30 September 1849 Martha Nailor, daughter of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton, was born between 1 July 1849 and 30 September 1849 at R.D. Basford.1 
 Martha Nailor was the daughter of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton.1 
Death*between 1 October 1850 and 31 December 1850 Martha Nailor died between 1 October 1850 and 31 December 1850 at R.D. Basford.2 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1850 and 31 December 1850  Her death was registered between 1 October 1850 and 31 December 1850 at R.D. Basford Ref: 15, 314 Naylor,Martha age 1.2 

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  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GROonline."

Frederick Naylor1

M, #1857, b. between 1 July 1859 and 30 September 1859
FatherWilliam Naylor1 b. 1816
MotherPhillis Clifton1 b. 17 May 1818, d. bt 1 Jul 1879 - 30 Sep 1879
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Name Variation  Frederick Naylor was also known as Frederic Nailor.2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1859 and 30 September 1859  His birth was registered between 1 July 1859 and 30 September 1859 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 86 Nailor, George mother: Clifton.2 
Birth*between 1 July 1859 and 30 September 1859 Frederick Naylor, son of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton, was born between 1 July 1859 and 30 September 1859 at Eastwood, NTT.1,2 
 Frederick Naylor was the son of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ7 April 1861 The 1861 UK Census of Breach, Hill Row, Eastwood, NTT, listed Frederick Naylor in the household of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton described as Frederick Naylor, son, age 1, born Eastwood, NTT.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Breach, Eastwood, NTT, listed Frederick Naylor in the household of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton described as Frederick Naylor, son, age 11, scholar, born Eastwood, NTT.3 

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  1. [S1] Census, 1861, ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.

George Naylor1

M, #1856, b. between 1 January 1855 and 31 March 1855
FatherWilliam Naylor1 b. 1816
MotherPhillis Clifton1 b. 17 May 1818, d. bt 1 Jul 1879 - 30 Sep 1879
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
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(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1855 and 31 March 1855  His birth was registered between 1 January 1855 and 31 March 1855 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 78 Naylor, George mother: Clifton.2 
Birth*between 1 January 1855 and 31 March 1855 George Naylor, son of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton, was born between 1 January 1855 and 31 March 1855 at Eastwood, NTT.1,2 
 George Naylor was the son of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ7 April 1861 The 1861 UK Census of Breach, Hill Row, Eastwood, NTT, listed George Naylor in the household of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton described as George Naylor, son, age 6, scholar, born Eastwood, NTT.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Breach, Eastwood, NTT, listed George Naylor in the household of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton described as George Naylor, son, unmarried, age 16, collier, born Eastwood, NTT.3 

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  1. [S1] Census, 1861, ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.

Henry Naylor1

M, #1854, b. between 1847 and 1848
FatherWilliam Naylor1 b. 1816
MotherPhillis Clifton1 b. 17 May 1818, d. bt 1 Jul 1879 - 30 Sep 1879
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
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Birth*between 1847 and 1848 Henry Naylor, son of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton, was born between 1847 and 1848 at Eastwood, NTT.1 
 Henry Naylor was the son of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1847 and 30 June 1847  His birth was registered between 1 April 1847 and 30 June 1847 at R.D. Basford Ref: 15, 454 Nailor, Henry mother: Clifton.2 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ30 March 1851 The 1851 UK Census of Breach, Eastwood, NTT, listed Henry Naylor in the household of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton described as Henry Naylor, son, age 3, born Eastwood, NTT.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ7 April 1861 The 1861 UK Census of Breach, Hill Row, Eastwood, NTT, listed Henry Naylor in the household of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton described as Henry Naylor, son, age 13, coal miner, born Eastwood, NTT.3 
Resch Note*1881 Research Note: at 5 Chambers Square, Eastwood, NTT,
May be found in Eastwood in 1881 as coal miner with wife Mary Ann from Cotmanhay, ages 33, 32.4
 

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  1. [S1] Census, 1851, ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S1] Census, 1861, Ancestry.
  4. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.

Herbert Naylor1

M, #2797, b. 12 October 1874, d. between 1 July 1952 and 30 September 1952
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Birth*12 October 1874 Herbert Naylor was born on 12 October 1874 at Brinsley, NTT.2,3 
(Groom) Marriage*1 June 1895 He married Esther Clifton, daughter of Samuel Clifton and Elizabeth Soar, on 1 June 1895 at Eastwood, NTT,
Herbert NAYLOR, 21, bachelor Coalminer, Eastwood
Father: William NAYLOR, Coalminer
= Esther CLIFTON, 20, spinster, Eastwood
Father: Samuel CLIFTON, Coalminer
Wit: Alfred NAYLOR, Eliza Ann NAYLOR.1 
(Witness) Marriage14 August 1900 Herbert Naylor witnessed the marriage of Arthur Henry Brown and Eliza Clifton on 14 August 1900 at Eastwood, NTT, Arthur Henry BROWN, 21, bachelor, Coalminer, Greasley
Father: Thomas BROWN, Blacksmith
= Eliza CLIFTON, 21, spinster, Eastwood
Father: Samuel CLIFTON, Coalminer
Wit: Herbert NAYLOR, Alice CLIFTON.1 
(Head) Cen-Househ*31 March 1901 He was head of the household in the 1901 UK Census of 8 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, as Herbert Naylor, head, married, age 26, coal miner - contractor, worker, born Brindley, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Esther Clifton, their children, Nellie age 8, Edith age 2 & Wilfred Herbert age 6m. Next door but one to Esther's parents Samuel & Elizabeth Clifton.2 
Resch Note*between 1902 and 1910 Research Note: at Eastwood, NTT,
26 Oct 1902 Esther Annie of Herbert & Esther Naylor, Eastwood, coalminer

25 Sep 1904 Samuel? Of Herbert? & Esther Naylor, Eastwood, coalminer

18 Nov 1906 William Arthur, Herbert & Esther Naylor, Eastwood, miner

30 Sep 1908 Hilda Esther Clifton, Herbert & Esther Naylor, 8 Princes St, miner
(not there in 1911)

06 Apr 1910 bn 09 Feb, Herbert, Herbert & Esther Naylor, 8 Princes St., miner.4
 
(Head) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of 29 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, as Herbert Naylor, head, age 36, married 15 years, 8 alive, 7 living, coal miner (contractor), worker, Brinsley, Greasley Parish, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Esther Clifton, their 7 children -
Nellie Naylor, daughter, age 13, single, born Eastwood, NTT
Edith Naylor, daughter, age 12, school, born Eastwood, NTT
Wilfred Ny. Naylor, son, age 10, school, born Eastwood, NTT
Samuel Naylor, son, age 6, school, born Eastwood, NTT
William Arthur Naylor, son, age 4, school, born Eastwood, NTT
Hilda Esther C. Naylor, daughter, age 2, home, born Eastwood, NTT
Herbert Naylor, son, age 1, home, born Eastwood, NTT
. The house had 5 rooms.5 
(Present-Main-Alone) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 He was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 29 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, described as Naylor, Herbert, male, born 12 Oct 1874, widow, colliery banksman - heavy worker down mine loading coal with John Naylor born 11 Mar 1913, single, heavy worker, and Nora Naylor (later Mullard), female, single, born 1 Oct 1919 unpaid domestic duties.3 
Death*between 1 July 1952 and 30 September 1952 Herbert Naylor died between 1 July 1952 and 30 September 1952.6 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1952 and 30 September 1952  His death was registered between 1 July 1952 and 30 September 1952 at R.D. Basford Ref: 3c, 51 as Naylor, Herbert age 77.6 

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(Groom) Marriage*1 June 1895 Herbert Naylor married Esther Clifton, daughter of Samuel Clifton and Elizabeth Soar, on 1 June 1895 at Eastwood, NTT,
Herbert NAYLOR, 21, bachelor Coalminer, Eastwood
Father: William NAYLOR, Coalminer
= Esther CLIFTON, 20, spinster, Eastwood
Father: Samuel CLIFTON, Coalminer
Wit: Alfred NAYLOR, Eliza Ann NAYLOR.1 
Last Edited30 May 2016

Citations

  1. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "Eastwood, NTT."
  2. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  3. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  4. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Eastwood, NTT."
  5. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  6. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."

Priscilla Jemima Naylor1,2

F, #1853, b. between 1 January 1844 and 31 March 1844
FatherWilliam Naylor1 b. 1816
MotherPhillis Clifton1 b. 17 May 1818, d. bt 1 Jul 1879 - 30 Sep 1879
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Name Variation  Priscilla Jemima Naylor was also known as Priscilla Jemima Nailor.2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1844 and 31 March 1844  Her birth was registered between 1 January 1844 and 31 March 1844 at R.D. Basford Ref: 15, 491 Nailor, Priscilla Jemima mother: Clifton.2 
Birth*between 1 January 1844 and 31 March 1844 Priscilla Jemima Naylor, daughter of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton, was born between 1 January 1844 and 31 March 1844 at Eastwood, NTT.1,2 
 Priscilla Jemima Naylor was the daughter of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ30 March 1851 The 1851 UK Census of Breach, Eastwood, NTT, listed Priscilla Jemima Naylor in the household of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton described as Priscilla Naylor, daughter, age 7, scholar, born Eastwood, NTT.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ7 April 1861 The 1861 UK Census of Breach, Hill Row, Eastwood, NTT, listed Priscilla Jemima Naylor in the household of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton described as Priscilla Naylor, daughter, unmarried, age 17, cotton stocking maker, born Eastwood, NTT.3 
(Witness) Marriage17 December 1866 Priscilla Jemima Naylor witnessed the marriage of William Robinson and Mary Stapleton on 17 December 1866 at Greasley, NTT, William Robinson (x), 23, bachelor, miner, Greasley father: William Robinson, miner
= Mary Stapleton, 20, spinster, Greasley father: William Stapleton, brewer
In church after banns
Wit: James Robinson (x), Priscilla Jemina Naylor (x).4 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Breach, Eastwood, NTT, listed Priscilla Jemima Naylor in the household of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton described as Priscilla Naylor, daughter, unmarried, age 27, framework knitter, born Eastwood, NTT.5 
Resch Note*between 1 October 1872 and 31 December 1872 Research Note: at R.D. Basford
may have married either Samuel freer or William Vickers, as Priscilla Jemima Naylor. 1881 census confirms Samuel Freer.6
 
Resch Note1881 Research Note: at 125 Stanton Hill, Skegby, NTT,
found as wife of Samuel Freer, with 2 children, Emily 3, & Harriet 2.7
 

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Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1851, ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S1] Census, 1861, Ancestry.
  4. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "Greasley, NTT."
  5. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  6. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  7. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.

William Naylor1

M, #1852, b. 1816
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Birth*1816 William Naylor was born in 1816 at Eastwood, NTT.1 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1841 and 30 September 1841  His marriage was registered between 1 July 1841 and 30 September 1841 at R.D. Basford.2 
(Groom) Marriage*1 August 1841 He married Phillis Clifton, daughter of Samuel CLIFTON and Martha MEAKING, on 1 August 1841 at Eastwood, NTT,
William Naylor (X), full age, bachelor, labourer, Eastwood
Father: John Naylor, labourer
Phillis Clifton (X), full age, spinster, f. w. knitter, Eastwood
Father: Samuel Clifton, f. w. knitter
In established church after banns
In the presence of:
Henry Naylor (X), Thomas Clifton (X).1,2,3 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 January 1844 and 31 March 1844 His daughter Priscilla Jemima Naylor was born between 1 January 1844 and 31 March 1844 at Eastwood, NTT.1,4 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 April 1846 and 30 June 1846 His daughter Eliza Nailor was born between 1 April 1846 and 30 June 1846 at R.D. Basford.4 
Had a Sonbetween 1847 and 1848 His son Henry Naylor was born between 1847 and 1848 at Eastwood, NTT.1 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 July 1849 and 30 September 1849 His daughter Martha Nailor was born between 1 July 1849 and 30 September 1849 at R.D. Basford.4 
(Head) Cen-Househ30 March 1851 He was head of the household in the 1851 UK Census of Breach, Eastwood, NTT, as William Naylor, head, married, age 34, colliery labr., born Eastwood, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Phillis Clifton, Priscilla Jemima Naylor and Henry Naylor.1 
Had a Sonbetween 1 January 1852 and 31 March 1852 His son William Naylor was born between 1 January 1852 and 31 March 1852 at Eastwood, NTT.5,4 
Had a Sonbetween 1 January 1855 and 31 March 1855 His son George Naylor was born between 1 January 1855 and 31 March 1855 at Eastwood, NTT.5,4 
Had a Sonbetween 1 July 1859 and 30 September 1859 His son Frederick Naylor was born between 1 July 1859 and 30 September 1859 at Eastwood, NTT.5,4 
(Head) Cen-Househ*7 April 1861 He was head of the household in the 1861 UK Census of Breach, Hill Row, Eastwood, NTT, as William Naylor, head, married, age 44, colliery engine worker, born Eastwood, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Phillis Clifton, Priscilla Jemima Naylor, Henry Naylor, William Naylor, George Naylor and Frederick Naylor. Indexed as "Nerylot"!5 
(Head) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 He was head of the household in the 1871 UK Census of Breach, Eastwood, NTT, as William Naylor, head, married, age 52, labourer, born Greasley, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Phillis Clifton, Priscilla Jemima Naylor, William Naylor, George Naylor and Frederick Naylor.6 
Resch Note*between 1 October 1889 and 31 December 1889 Research Note: at R.D. Basford
Ref: 7b, 71 Naylor William age 74.7
 

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(Groom) Marriage*1 August 1841 William Naylor married Phillis Clifton, daughter of Samuel CLIFTON and Martha MEAKING, on 1 August 1841 at Eastwood, NTT,
William Naylor (X), full age, bachelor, labourer, Eastwood
Father: John Naylor, labourer
Phillis Clifton (X), full age, spinster, f. w. knitter, Eastwood
Father: Samuel Clifton, f. w. knitter
In established church after banns
In the presence of:
Henry Naylor (X), Thomas Clifton (X).1,2,3 
Children
Last Edited7 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1851, ancestry.
  2. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  3. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "Eastwood, NTT."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  5. [S1] Census, 1861, Ancestry.
  6. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  7. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."

William Naylor1

M, #1855, b. between 1 January 1852 and 31 March 1852
FatherWilliam Naylor1 b. 1816
MotherPhillis Clifton1 b. 17 May 1818, d. bt 1 Jul 1879 - 30 Sep 1879
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1852 and 31 March 1852  His birth was registered between 1 January 1852 and 31 March 1852 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 88 Nailor, William mother: Clifton.2 
Birth*between 1 January 1852 and 31 March 1852 William Naylor, son of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton, was born between 1 January 1852 and 31 March 1852 at Eastwood, NTT.1,2 
 William Naylor was the son of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ7 April 1861 The 1861 UK Census of Breach, Hill Row, Eastwood, NTT, listed William Naylor in the household of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton described as William Naylor, son, age 9, scholar, born Eastwood, NTT.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Breach, Eastwood, NTT, listed William Naylor in the household of William Naylor and Phillis Clifton described as William Naylor, son, unmarried, age 19, collier, born Eastwood, NTT.3 
Resch Note*1881 Research Note: at "Brookhills", Newthorpe, Greasley, NTT,
May be found age 29 coal miner with wife Annie age 23, (born Walsall, Staffs) daughters Florence 5, Elizabeth 2 (born Eastwood).4
 

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  1. [S1] Census, 1861, ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  4. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.

Betsey Sarah Neal1

F, #2484, b. between 1866 and 1867, d. 14 October 1936
FatherWilliam Wright Neal1 b. 19 Apr 1843, d. 13 Mar 1928
MotherMary Ann Goodacre1 b. 23 Feb 1846, d. 26 Feb 1932
Relationship2nd cousin 3 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of John Dickinson bn 1771/2
Descendants of John Dickinson bn 1771/2
Descendants of John Dickinson bn 1770 - In Military
Birth*between 1866 and 1867 Betsey Sarah Neal, daughter of William Wright Neal and Mary Ann Goodacre, was born between 1866 and 1867 at Fishtoft, LIN.1 
 Betsey Sarah Neal was the daughter of William Wright Neal and Mary Ann Goodacre.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1866 and 30 June 1866  Her birth was registered between 1 April 1866 and 30 June 1866 at R.D. Boston Ref: 7a, 382 Neal, Betsy Sarah mother: Goodacre.2 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Skirbeck Road, Skirbeck, LIN, listed Betsey Sarah Neal described as Betsey Neal, great neice, age 4 born Fishtoft, LIN in the household of John Wright unmarried head age 67, farmer of 13 acres (her great uncle), and her uncle and aunt Daniel Neal age 56 born Fishtoft (farmer of 3.5 acres) and Sarah his wife age 55 born Langrick. Note that her surname is recorded as Neal.3 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of Church Green Rd, Fishtoft, LIN, listed Betsey Sarah Neal in the household of William Wright Neal and Mary Ann Goodacre described as Betsey Sarah Neal age 45, single, born Fishtoft, LIN.1 
Death of Father13 March 1928 Her father William Wright Neal died on 13 March 1928 at Fishtoft, LIN.4 
Death of Mother26 February 1932 Her mother Mary Ann Goodacre died on 26 February 1932 at Fishtoft, LIN.5 
(Administrator) Prob Index22 September 1932 Authority was granted to Betsey Sarah Neal described as Betsey Sarah Neal spinster to administer the Estate of Mary Ann Goodacre on 22 September 1932 at The Probate Office, London, valued at £525 12s. 2d. Resworn £735 12s. 2d..6 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1936 and 31 December 1936  Her death was registered between 1 October 1936 and 31 December 1936 at R.D. Boston Ref: 7a, 439 as Betsy S Neal, age 70.7 
Death*14 October 1936 Betsey Sarah Neal died on 14 October 1936 at Kirton Holme, Kirton, LIN.6,7 
(Deceased) Prob Index*14 February 1938  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Neal Betsey Sarah of Fishtoft Lincoln spinster died 14 October 1936 at Kirton Holme Lincoln. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to George William Neal and Ralph Edward Reams farmers. on 14 February 1938 by The Probate Office, London. Estate valued at £310 11s. 4d..6 

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Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  4. [S88] Information supplied by a fellow researcher "Probate record extracted by Ancestry member."
  5. [S85] Information supplied by Researcher 5 "Letter 2008."
  6. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  7. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."

Miriam Emma Neal1

F, #2308, b. 1889, d. between 1 January 1922 and 31 March 1922
ChartsDescendants of William Harbut born c1730 showing relationships
Descendants of William Harbut c1730
Birth*1889 Miriam Emma Neal was born in 1889 at Leicester, LEI.1 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1910 and 30 September 1910  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1910 and 30 September 1910 at R.D. Leicester.2 
Marriage Bannbetween 24 July 1910 and 7 August 1910 Marriage banns for Miriam Emma Neal and Leonard Stanley Harbutt were published between 24 July 1910 and 7 August 1910 at Evington, LEI.3 
Married Name27 August 1910  As of 27 August 1910, her married name was Harbutt.1,3 
(Bride) Marriage*27 August 1910 Miriam Emma Neal married Leonard Stanley Harbutt, son of Russell William Harbutt and Frances Bromley, on 27 August 1910 at St. Barnabus church, Leicester, LEI,
Leonard Stanley Harbutt, age 21, bachelor, nurseryman of Limes? Badon Road, father: Russell William Harbutt, shoe hand
=
Miriam Emma Neal, age 22, spinster, freeworking? machinist of Crispin House, Uppingham (no father given)
In church, after banns
Wit:
Joseph Neal, Frances Harbutt, Mary Cooper, Emma Neal
(all signed).1,2,3 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of 162 Charnwood Street, Leicester, LEI, as Miriam Emma Harbutt, wife, age 22, married under one year, no children, housekeeper, own account, at home, born Leicester, LEI. She was enumerated with her husband Leonard Stanley Harbutt, Herbert Edgar Potter, servant age 16, single, apprentice to the nursery, worker born Leicester. The house had 3 rooms.1 
Had a Daughter29 August 1911 Her daughter Miriam Emma Frances Harbutt was born on 29 August 1911 at R.D. Leicester.4,5 
Had a Sonbetween 1 April 1913 and 30 June 1913 Her son Leonard Joseph Russell Harbutt was born between 1 April 1913 and 30 June 1913 at R.D. Leicester.4 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 October 1916 and 31 December 1916 Her daughter Joan Yvonne Harbutt was born between 1 October 1916 and 31 December 1916 at R.D. Billesdon.4 
Death*between 1 January 1922 and 31 March 1922 Miriam Emma Neal died between 1 January 1922 and 31 March 1922 at R.D. Epsom.6 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1922 and 31 March 1922  Her death was registered between 1 January 1922 and 31 March 1922 at R.D. Epsom Ref: 2a, 55 as Miriam E Harbutt, age 33.6 

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Marriage Bannbetween 24 July 1910 and 7 August 1910 Marriage banns for Miriam Emma Neal and Leonard Stanley Harbutt were published between 24 July 1910 and 7 August 1910 at Evington, LEI.3 
(Bride) Marriage*27 August 1910 Miriam Emma Neal married Leonard Stanley Harbutt, son of Russell William Harbutt and Frances Bromley, on 27 August 1910 at St. Barnabus church, Leicester, LEI,
Leonard Stanley Harbutt, age 21, bachelor, nurseryman of Limes? Badon Road, father: Russell William Harbutt, shoe hand
=
Miriam Emma Neal, age 22, spinster, freeworking? machinist of Crispin House, Uppingham (no father given)
In church, after banns
Wit:
Joseph Neal, Frances Harbutt, Mary Cooper, Emma Neal
(all signed).1,2,3 
Children
Last Edited1 Nov 2020

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  2. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  3. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast - Leicestershire marriages."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  5. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  6. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."

Sarah Ann Neal1

F, #1636, b. between 1856 and 1857, d. between 1 January 1913 and 31 March 1913
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Birth*between 1856 and 1857 Sarah Ann Neal was born between 1856 and 1857 at Nottingham, NTT.2 
Married Namebetween 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875  As of between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875, her married name was Bingham.1 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875 She married Thomas David Bingham, son of James Bingham and Elizabeth Jenkinson, between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875 at R.D. Mansfield.1 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 January 1876 and 31 March 1876 Her daughter Jane Elizabeth Bingham was born between 1 January 1876 and 31 March 1876 at Mansfield, NTT.2,3 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 July 1877 and 30 September 1877 Her daughter Annie Bingham was born between 1 July 1877 and 30 September 1877 at R.D. Mansfield.4 
Had a Son27 September 1879 Her son Thomas Bingham was born on 27 September 1879 at Mansfield Woodhouse, NTT.2,4,5 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*3 April 1881 She was wife of the head of household in the 1881 UK Census of Town Street, Mansfield Woodhouse, NTT, as Sarah Ann Bingham, wife, married, age 24, born Nottingham. She was enumerated with her husband Thomas David Bingham, Thomas Bingham and Jane Elizabeth Bingham.2 
Had a Daughter20 May 1881 Her daughter Lily Bingham was born on 20 May 1881 at Mansfield, NTT.6,5 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 July 1883 and 30 September 1883 Her daughter Kate Bingham was born between 1 July 1883 and 30 September 1883 at R.D. Sheffield.4 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884 Her daughter Sarah Ann Bingham was born between 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884 at Sheffield, YKS.6,3 
Had a Sonbetween 1 October 1885 and 31 December 1885 Her son William Frederick Bingham was born between 1 October 1885 and 31 December 1885 at Sheffield, YKS.6,3 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 April 1887 and 30 June 1887 Her daughter Martha Bingham was born between 1 April 1887 and 30 June 1887 at R.D. Sheffield.4 
Had a Sonbetween 1 October 1888 and 31 December 1888 Her son Charles Edward Bingham was born between 1 October 1888 and 31 December 1888 at R.D. Sheffield.4 
Had a Son13 October 1889 Her son James Bingham was born on 13 October 1889 at Sheffield, YKS.6,5 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 January 1891 and 31 March 1891 Her daughter Rachel Bingham was born between 1 January 1891 and 31 March 1891 at Sheffield, YKS.3,6 
(Wife) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 She was wife of the head of household in the 1891 UK Census of 86 Neepsend Lane, Brightside Bierlow, Sheffield, YKS, as Sarah A Bingham, wife, married, age 34, born Mansfield, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Thomas David Bingham, Thomas Bingham, Jane Elizabeth Bingham, Lily Bingham, Sarah Ann Bingham, William Frederick Bingham, James Bingham and Rachel Bingham.6 
Had a Sonbetween 1 October 1892 and 31 December 1892 Her son Harry Bingham was born between 1 October 1892 and 31 December 1892 at Sheffield, YKS.3,7 
(Head) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 She was head of the household in the 1901 UK Census of 6 Castle Street, Mansfield Woodhouse, NTT, as Sarah Ann Bingham, head, widow, age 44, born Nottingham, NTT. She was enumerated with Thomas Bingham, Lily Bingham, Sarah Ann Bingham, William Frederick Bingham, James Bingham, Rachel Bingham and Harry Bingham.7 
(Head) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 She was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of 31 Charles Street, Mansfield Woodhouse, NTT, as Sarah Ann Bingham, head, age 54, widow, married 35 years, 12 children, 7 living (crossed out), household duties, at home, born Nottingham, NTT. She was enumerated with Lily Bingham, James Bingham, Harry Bingham and Walter Bennett. The house had 6 rooms.8 
Death*between 1 January 1913 and 31 March 1913 Sarah Ann Neal died between 1 January 1913 and 31 March 1913 at R.D. Mansfield.9 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1913 and 31 March 1913  Her death was registered between 1 January 1913 and 31 March 1913 at R.D. Mansfield Ref: 7B, 172 AS Sarah A Bingham, age 57.9 

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(Bride) Marriage*between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875 Sarah Ann Neal married Thomas David Bingham, son of James Bingham and Elizabeth Jenkinson, between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875 at R.D. Mansfield.1 
Children
Last Edited9 May 2021

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  2. [S1] Census, 1881, ancestry.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  5. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  6. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  7. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  8. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  9. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."

William Wright Neal1,2

M, #2084, b. 19 April 1843, d. 13 March 1928
ChartsDescendants of John Dickinson bn 1771/2
Descendants of John Dickinson bn 1771/2
Descendants of John Dickinson bn 1770 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1843 and 30 June 1843  His birth was registered between 1 April 1843 and 30 June 1843 at R.D. Boston Ref: 14, 255 Neal, William Wright mother: Wright.3 
Birth*19 April 1843 William Wright Neal was born on 19 April 1843 at Skirbeck, LIN.1,2 
Had a Daughterbetween 1866 and 1867 His daughter Betsey Sarah Neal was born between 1866 and 1867 at Fishtoft, LIN.4 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1866 and 31 March 1866  His marriage was registered between 1 January 1866 and 31 March 1866 at R.D. Boston.1 
Marriage*between 1 January 1866 and 31 March 1866 William Wright Neal married Mary Ann Goodacre, daughter of Edward Goodacre and Sarah Maria Dickinson, between 1 January 1866 and 31 March 1866 at R.D. Boston.1 
Resch Note*between 1868 and 1881 Research Note:
Their children:
1868 Ellen Mary Neal
1869-1872 Emily Annie Neal
1871-1949 Edward Daniel Neal
1875-1956 Frank Wright Neal
1877 Rose Emma Neal
1881-1960 May Evelyn Neal.5
 
(Head) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 He was head of the household in the 1871 UK Census of Bennington, Fishtoft, LIN, as William W Neal, head, married, age 27, farmer of 44 acres 1 man 1 woman born Skirbeck, LIN. He was enumerated with his wife Mary Ann Goodacre, their daughters Ellen M 3, Emily A 1, son Edward 2mo, Mary A Bucknall, servant age 15 & George Ellis, farm servant age 15.6 
(Head) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 He was head of the household in the 1881 UK Census of Jolly Sailor Inn, Fishtoft, LIN, as William W Neal, head, married, age 37, licensed victualler & farmer born Skirbeck, LIN. He was enumerated with his wife Mary Ann Goodacre, their daughter Ellen M 13 & son Frank W age 5 plus 2 servants and 4 lodgers.7 
(Head) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 He was head of the household in the 1891 UK Census of Fishtoft, LIN, as William Wright Neal, head, married, age 47, publican & farmer born Skirbeck, LIN. He was enumerated with his wife Mary Ann Goodacre, their children - Frank W age 15, Ellen Mary 23, Rose Emma 14, May Evelyn 9.8 
(Head) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 He was head of the household in the 1901 UK Census of Church Green Rd, Fishtoft, LIN, as William W Neal, head, married, age 57, farmer, employer, born Skirbeck, LIN. He was enumerated with his wife Mary Ann Goodacre, their children - Frank W Neal age 25, farmers son, & Rose E Neal age 24. Next door to Daniel & Sarah Neal - age 85&83 born Wildmore Fen - likely to be William's parents.9 
(Head) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of Church Green Rd, Fishtoft, LIN, as Wm. Wright Neal, head, married, age 67, married 46 years, farmer and lamp lighter on riverbank, Boston Corporation, worker, born Skirbeck, LIN. He was enumerated with his wife Mary Ann Goodacre, Betsey Sarah Neal, their daughter - Rose Emma Neal age 34, single, born Fishtoft, LIN. The house had 7 rooms.4 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1928 and 31 March 1928  His death was registered between 1 January 1928 and 31 March 1928 at R.D. Boston Ref: 7a, 481 as Neal, William Wright age 84.10 
Death*13 March 1928 William Wright Neal died on 13 March 1928 at Fishtoft, LIN.11 
Burial*17 March 1928 He was buried on 17 March 1928 at St Guthlac's Churchyard, Fishtoft, LIN.12 
(Deceased) Prob Index*23 June 1928  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Neal William Wright of Fishtoft Road Skirbeck Lincolnshire died 13 March 1928. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Edward Daniel Neal and Frank William Neal farmers on 23 June 1928 by The Probate Office, London. Estate valued at £963 8s.. Administration with Will.13 

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Marriage*between 1 January 1866 and 31 March 1866 William Wright Neal married Mary Ann Goodacre, daughter of Edward Goodacre and Sarah Maria Dickinson, between 1 January 1866 and 31 March 1866 at R.D. Boston.1 
Child
Last Edited7 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  2. [S88] Information supplied by a fellow researcher "Birth noted by Ancestry member mikevernon186."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  4. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  5. [S88] Information supplied by a fellow researcher "As noted by Ancestry member mikevernon186."
  6. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  7. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  8. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  9. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  10. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  11. [S88] Information supplied by a fellow researcher "Probate record extracted by Ancestry member."
  12. [S85] Information supplied by Researcher 5 "Letter 2008."
  13. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."

Elizabeth NEEDHAM

F, #663, b. circa 1733, d. before 14 November 1818
Relationship5th great-grandmother of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsAncestors of Lilian Clifton
Birth*circa 1733 Elizabeth NEEDHAM was born circa 1733. 
(Bride) Marriage*26 November 1765 She married George ROWBOTTOM on 26 November 1765 at Greasley, NTT,
George ROWBOTHAM (signed ROBOTHAM)= Elizabeth NEEDHAM
by banns 26 NOV 1765
Witt: Robert PAXTON, Alice BRADLEY.1 
Married Name26 November 1765  As of 26 November 1765, her married name was ROWBOTTOM. 
Had a son27 July 1766 Her son Francis Roebottom was baptised on 27 July 1766 at Greasley, NTT.2 
Had a Daughter11 December 1768 Her daughter Mary Roebottam was baptised on 11 December 1768 at Greasley, NTT.2 
Had a Daughter11 November 1770 Her daughter Sarah Roebottom was baptised on 11 November 1770 at Greasley, NTT.2 
Had a Daughter18 June 1773 Her daughter Ann Roebottom was baptised on 18 June 1773 at Greasley, NTT.2 
Had a Sonbetween 26 August 1774 and 25 August 1775 Her son George ROWBOTTOM was born between 26 August 1774 and 25 August 1775.3 
Had a Daughtercirca 1776 Her daughter Elizabeth Rowbottom was born circa 1776. 
(Death from Burial) Death*before 14 November 1818 From the burial record, Elizabeth NEEDHAM died before 14 November 1818.4 
(Interred) Burial*14 November 1818 She was buried on 14 November 1818 at Greasley, NTT, "Elizabeth ROWBOTHAM, Newthorpe, age 85."4 

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(Bride) Marriage*26 November 1765 Elizabeth NEEDHAM married George ROWBOTTOM on 26 November 1765 at Greasley, NTT,
George ROWBOTHAM (signed ROBOTHAM)= Elizabeth NEEDHAM
by banns 26 NOV 1765
Witt: Robert PAXTON, Alice BRADLEY.1 
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Last Edited13 Apr 2013

Citations

  1. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "Greasley, NTT."
  2. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Greasley, NTT."
  3. [S16] Death cert.
  4. [S31] Parochial Records, Burials "Greasley, NTT."

Henry Needham

M, #1883, b. between 1 January 1845 and 31 March 1845
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1845 and 31 March 1845  His birth was registered between 1 January 1845 and 31 March 1845 at R.D. Boston Ref: 14, 273 Needham, Henry mother: Lock.1 
Birth*between 1 January 1845 and 31 March 1845 Henry Needham was born between 1 January 1845 and 31 March 1845 at Wrangle, LIN.1 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1880 and 30 September 1880  His marriage was registered between 1 July 1880 and 30 September 1880 at R.D. Spalding.2 
(Groom) Marriage*28 September 1880 He married Mary Jane Beeston, daughter of William Beeston and Elizabeth Andrew, on 28 September 1880 at The Parish Church, Weston St. Mary, LIN,
Henry Needham, age 35, widower, cottager of Bathswick father: George Needham
= Mary Jane Beeston, age 30 spinster of Weston Hills father: William Beeston, cottager
In church after banns
Wit: William Beeston (shaky hand), Barbara Ann Armstrong.2,3 
(Head) Cen-Househ*3 April 1881 He was head of the household in the 1881 UK Census of Sea End, Butterwick, LIN, as Henry Needham head, married, age 36, agr. labr., born Wrangle, LIN. He was enumerated with his wife Mary Jane Beeston, George W. Needham, son (of Henry) age 11, born Leverton, LIN.4 
(Head) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 He was head of the household in the 1891 UK Census of Rampart, Butterwick, LIN, as Henry Needham head, married, age 46, farmer, employer, born Wrangle, LIN. He was enumerated with his wife Mary Jane Beeston, George W. Needham, son (of Henry) age 21, farmer's son, employed, born Leverton, LIN; Agnes E Needham, daughter age 3 and Albert H Needham, son age 1 , both born Butterwick, LIN. Between Ings and Benington Road.5 
Resch Note*between 1 January 1896 and 31 March 1896 Research Note: at R.D. Boston
Marries Mary Elizabeth Crust,
Ref 7a, 565.2
 
Resch Note*1901 Research Note: at Low Fields, Freiston St. James, LIN,
Henry found with a Mary E (a third wife) and Mary Jane Beeston's 3 children.6
 

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(Groom) Marriage*28 September 1880 Henry Needham married Mary Jane Beeston, daughter of William Beeston and Elizabeth Andrew, on 28 September 1880 at The Parish Church, Weston St. Mary, LIN,
Henry Needham, age 35, widower, cottager of Bathswick father: George Needham
= Mary Jane Beeston, age 30 spinster of Weston Hills father: William Beeston, cottager
In church after banns
Wit: William Beeston (shaky hand), Barbara Ann Armstrong.2,3 
Last Edited7 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  2. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  3. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "Lincolnshire marriages."
  4. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  5. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  6. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.

Sarah Needham1

F, #2044, b. between 1867 and 1868
ChartsDescendants of Joseph Leivers
Descendants of Francis Handford
Birth*between 1867 and 1868 Sarah Needham was born between 1867 and 1868 at Langley Mill, DBY.1 
Had a Son1891 Her son Bryan Leivers was born in 1891 at Heanor, DBY.2 
Married Namebetween 1 January 1894 and 31 March 1894  As of between 1 January 1894 and 31 March 1894, her married name was Leivers.1,3 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1894 and 31 March 1894  Her marriage was registered between 1 January 1894 and 31 March 1894 at R.D. Basford.3 
Marriage*between 1 January 1894 and 31 March 1894 Sarah Needham married William Leivers, son of Alfred Lievers and Eliza Taylor, between 1 January 1894 and 31 March 1894 at R.D. Basford.1,3 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 July 1895 and 30 September 1895 Her daughter Alice Leivers was born between 1 July 1895 and 30 September 1895 at Greasley, NTT.2,4 
Had a Daughterbefore 27 December 1896 Her daughter Clara Leivers was born before 27 December 1896 at Greasley, NTT.2 
Had a Daughter31 July 1898 Her daughter Mary Elizabeth Lievers was baptised on 31 July 1898 at Eastwood, NTT.2 
Had a son29 October 1899 Her son William Leivers was baptised on 29 October 1899 at Eastwood, NTT.2 
Had a Sonbetween 1 January 1901 and 27 January 1901 Her son Hanford Leivers was born between 1 January 1901 and 27 January 1901 at Greasley, NTT.4 
(Wife) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 She was wife of the head of household in the 1901 UK Census of Lynn Croft, Greasley, NTT, as Sarah Leivers, wife, married, age 33, born Langley Mill, DBY. She was enumerated with her husband William Leivers, Frank Leivers, Henry Leivers, Emma Leivers, Thomas Leivers, Bryan Leivers, Alice Leivers, Mary Elizabeth Lievers, William Leivers and Hanford Leivers. Note a family of Chatterley a few doors along in Lynn Croft ... (inspiration for D.H.L?) Indexed as "Lewers."5 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 January 1902 and 31 March 1902 Her daughter Elsie Leivers was born between 1 January 1902 and 31 March 1902 at R.D. Basford.6 
(Wife) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of Lynn Croft, Eastwood, NTT, as Sarah Leivers, wife age 43, married 17 years, 9 children, 6 living, born Heanor, DBY. She was enumerated with her husband William Leivers, Bryan Leivers, Mary Elizabeth Lievers, William Leivers and Hanford Leivers. The house had 7 rooms.1 

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Marriage*between 1 January 1894 and 31 March 1894 Sarah Needham married William Leivers, son of Alfred Lievers and Eliza Taylor, between 1 January 1894 and 31 March 1894 at R.D. Basford.1,3 
Children
Last Edited5 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  2. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Eastwood, NTT."
  3. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  5. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  6. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  7. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Greasley, NTT."

John Nelsen1

M, #1713
Birth* John Nelsen was born at Sweden.1 
Marriage*30 May 1857 He married Elizabeth Watson, daughter of John Watson and Maria Riley or Jealous, on 30 May 1857 at North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.2 

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Marriage*30 May 1857 John Nelsen married Elizabeth Watson, daughter of John Watson and Maria Riley or Jealous, on 30 May 1857 at North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.2 
Last Edited1 Sep 2008

Citations

  1. [S74] Information supplied by Researcher 21.
  2. [S74] Information supplied by Researcher 21 "Apr 2006."

Gertrude Newbold1

F, #3011, b. 18 October 1876, d. between 1 April 1945 and 30 June 1945
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1876 and 31 December 1876  Her birth was registered between 1 October 1876 and 31 December 1876 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 178 Newbold, Gertrude mother: Cardin.2 
Birth*18 October 1876 Gertrude Newbold was born on 18 October 1876 at Beeston, NTT.1,3 
(Child) Baptism17 October 1877 She was baptised on 17 October 1877 at St John the Baptist, Beeston, NTT, 1877 17 Oct, born 18 Oct 1876, Gertrude of Edwin + Emma Newbold Beeston painter

Note also:
1878 17 Sep Edwin of Edwin + Emma Newbold Beeston, painter, last entry on fiche 17
FC 18
1878 17 Sep Samuel of Edwin + Emma Newbold, Beeston, painter 1st entry fiche 18.3 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1899 and 30 September 1899  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1899 and 30 September 1899 at R.D. Nottingham.4 
Married Namebetween 1 July 1899 and 30 September 1899  As of between 1 July 1899 and 30 September 1899, her married name was Rowbottom.1 
Marriage*between 1 July 1899 and 30 September 1899 She married John Gervase Rowbottom, son of Thomas Rowbottom and Mary Ann Hollingsworth, between 1 July 1899 and 30 September 1899 at R.D. Nottingham.1 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*31 March 1901 She was wife of the head of household in the 1901 UK Census of 215 Noel Street, Nottingham, NTT, as Gertrude Rowbottom, wife, married, age 24, born Beeston, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband John Gervase Rowbottom.1 
(Wife) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of 3 Caledon Road, Sherwood, Nottingham, NTT, as Gertrude Rowbottom, wife, age 34, married 11 years, 3 children, 2 living, born Beeston, NTT (Beeston crossed-out). She was enumerated with her husband John Gervase Rowbottom, With their children, Percy son age 6 and Amy daughter age 10mo.. The house had 6 rooms.5 
Death*between 1 April 1945 and 30 June 1945 Gertrude Newbold died between 1 April 1945 and 30 June 1945 at R.D. Basford.6 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 April 1945 and 30 June 1945  Her death was registered between 1 April 1945 and 30 June 1945 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 97 as Rowbottom, Gertrude age 68.6 

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Marriage*between 1 July 1899 and 30 September 1899 Gertrude Newbold married John Gervase Rowbottom, son of Thomas Rowbottom and Mary Ann Hollingsworth, between 1 July 1899 and 30 September 1899 at R.D. Nottingham.1 
Last Edited7 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "Beeston, NTT."
  4. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  5. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  6. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."

Henry Newham

M, #664, b. 8 October 1874
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Birth*8 October 1874 Henry Newham was born on 8 October 1874 at London, LND.1 
(Groom) Marriage*18 August 1898 He married Mary Clifton, daughter of Robert Clifton and Eliza Ann Jeffries, on 18 August 1898 at Eastwood, NTT,
Henry NEWHAM, 23, bachelor, Signalman, Gedling
Father: Joseph NEWHAM (deceased), Storekeeper
Mary CLIFTON, 22, spinster, Eastwood
Father: Robert CLIFTON, Shoemaker
Witt: Thomas CLIFTON, Josiah WHITEHEAD.2 
(Head) Cen-Househ*31 March 1901 He was head of the household in the 1901 UK Census of 53 Westwood Road, Nottingham, NTT, as Henry Newham, head, married, age 26, railway signalman, worker, born Holloway, London. He was enumerated with his wife Mary Clifton, Alice Bertha Clifton.3 
(Head) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of Nottingham Road, Hill Top, Eastwood, NTT, as Henry Newham, head, age 35, married 11 years, electrician's labourer, colliery, worker, born St. Mary, Islington, London. He was enumerated with his wife Mary Clifton, Daniel Routledge, boarder age 28. The house had 7 rooms.4 
(Witness) Marriage28 April 1913 Henry Newham witnessed the marriage of Frederick Harwood and Alice Bertha Clifton on 28 April 1913 at Greasley, NTT, Frederick Harwood, 24, bachelor, miner, Bentley, John Harwood, blacksmith
Alice Bertha Clifton, 25, spinster, Greasley, Robert Clifton, deceased
In church after banns
Wit: Martha Cliff. Henry Newham?5,6 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 He was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 33 Algitha Road, Skegness, LIN, as Newham, Henry, male, born 8th Oct 1874, married, Distict Secretary (Friendly Society). He was enumerated with Mary Clifton Eliza Ann Jeffries, Frederick Harwood and Alice Bertha Clifton, Harwood, Harry, male born 05 May 1915, refrigeration engineer (son of Alice & Frederick Harwood, Mary Newhams's sister).1 

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(Groom) Marriage*18 August 1898 Henry Newham married Mary Clifton, daughter of Robert Clifton and Eliza Ann Jeffries, on 18 August 1898 at Eastwood, NTT,
Henry NEWHAM, 23, bachelor, Signalman, Gedling
Father: Joseph NEWHAM (deceased), Storekeeper
Mary CLIFTON, 22, spinster, Eastwood
Father: Robert CLIFTON, Shoemaker
Witt: Thomas CLIFTON, Josiah WHITEHEAD.2 
Last Edited4 Jun 2016

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  2. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "Eastwood, NTT."
  3. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  4. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  5. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FindMyPast."
  6. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "Greasley, NTT."

Edward P. Newton1

M, #2910, b. between 1 October 1895 and 31 December 1895
FatherWilliam Edward Newton1
MotherMary Elizabeth Leivers1 b. bt 1 Apr 1874 - 30 Jun 1874
Relationship3rd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of Joseph Leivers
Descendants of Francis Handford
Birth*between 1 October 1895 and 31 December 1895 Edward P. Newton, son of William Edward Newton and Mary Elizabeth Leivers, was born between 1 October 1895 and 31 December 1895 at Nottingham, NTT.1,2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1895 and 31 December 1895  His birth was registered between 1 October 1895 and 31 December 1895 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 7b, 279 Newton, Percy mother: Lewers (sic).2 
 Edward P. Newton was the son of William Edward Newton and Mary Elizabeth Leivers.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 24 Clyde Terr., Nottingham, NTT, listed Edward P. Newton in the household of Francis Leivers and Martha Ball described as Edward P Newton, grandson, age 5, born Nottingham, NTT.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 56 Briar Street, Meadows, Nottingham, NTT, listed Edward P. Newton in the household of Francis Leivers and Martha Ball described as Percy Newton, grandson, age 15, engineers apprentice, worker, born Nottingham, NTT.3 
Name Variation2 April 1911  As of 2 April 1911, Edward P. Newton was also known as Percy Newton.4 

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Last Edited7 Apr 2021

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  1. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  4. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.

John Newton1

M, #665, b. 1876
ChartsDescendants of Joseph Leivers
Descendants of Francis Handford
Birth*1876 John Newton was born in 1876 at Eastwood, NTT.2 
(Groom) Marriage*between 1 July 1896 and 30 September 1896 He married Elizabeth Leivers, daughter of John Leivers and Hannah Leivers, between 1 July 1896 and 30 September 1896 at R.D. Basford.3 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1896 and 30 September 1896  His marriage was registered between 1 July 1896 and 30 September 1896 at R.D. Basford.3 
(Head) Cen-Househ*31 March 1901 He was head of the household in the 1901 UK Census of Gladstone Street, Heanor, DBY, as John Newton, head, married, age 25, grocery warehouseman, worker, born Eastwood, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Elizabeth Leivers. No children.4 
(Administrator) Prob Index14 April 1905 Authority was granted to John Newton described as John Newton, grocery-warehouseman to administer the Estate of John Leivers on 14 April 1905 at The Probate Office, Nottingham, valued at £135.5 
(Head) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of 22 Queen's Square, Eastwood, NTT, as John Newton, head, age 35, married 14 years, grocer's porter, Co-op stores, worker, born Eastwood, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Elizabeth Leivers. The house had 5 rooms.2 

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(Groom) Marriage*between 1 July 1896 and 30 September 1896 John Newton married Elizabeth Leivers, daughter of John Leivers and Hannah Leivers, between 1 July 1896 and 30 September 1896 at R.D. Basford.3 
Last Edited8 Apr 2013

Citations

  1. [S15] Website FreeBMD (freebmd.org).
  2. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  3. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  4. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  5. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."

Mary Elizabeth Newton1

F, #1870, b. 1879, d. 20 April 1923
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Resch Note Research Note:
"My dear husband Robert Clifton Who fell asleep in Jesus August 11th 1903, aged 56 years. also Elizabeth the beloved wife of Charles Clifton, who died Apr 20th 1923, aged 44 years."2
 
Name Variation  Mary Elizabeth Newton was also known as Elizabeth.2 
Birth*1879 Mary Elizabeth Newton was born in 1879 at Brinsley, NTT.3,4 
Married Namebetween 1 January 1904 and 31 March 1904  As of between 1 January 1904 and 31 March 1904, her married name was Clifton.1 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1904 and 31 March 1904  Her marriage was registered between 1 January 1904 and 31 March 1904 at R.D. Basford.1 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 January 1904 and 31 March 1904 She married Charles Clifton, son of Robert Clifton and Eliza Ann Jeffries, between 1 January 1904 and 31 March 1904 at R.D. Basford.1 
Had a Sonbetween 1 January 1907 and 31 March 1907 Her son Charles Clifton was born between 1 January 1907 and 31 March 1907 at R.D. Basford.5 
Had a Daughter8 July 1908 Her daughter Winifred Clifton was born on 8 July 1908 at Eastwood, NTT.4,6,7,8 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of Campbell Street, Llyn Croft, Eastwood, NTT, as Mary Elizabeth Clifton, wife, age 32, married 7 years, 2 children, 1 living, born Brinsley, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Charles Clifton, Winifred Clifton. The house had 4 rooms.4 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 April 1923 and 30 June 1923  Her death was registered between 1 April 1923 and 30 June 1923 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b 166, age 44, indexed as Mary E.3 
Death*20 April 1923 Mary Elizabeth Newton died on 20 April 1923 at R.D. Basford.2 
(Interred) Burial*after 20 April 1923 She was buried after 20 April 1923 at New Eastwood Cemetery, Eastwood, NTT, "In
Loving Memory Of
My dear husband
Robert Clifton
Who fell asleep in Jesus
August 11th 1903,
Aged 56 years.
Rest comes at length.
Also of Elizabeth,
the beloved wife of
Charles Clifton,
who died Apr 20th 1923,
aged 44 years.
After long suffering Her
end was peace"

She was not buried with Charles, as he had remarried in 1924.2 

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(Bride) Marriage*between 1 January 1904 and 31 March 1904 Mary Elizabeth Newton married Charles Clifton, son of Robert Clifton and Eliza Ann Jeffries, between 1 January 1904 and 31 March 1904 at R.D. Basford.1 
Children
Last Edited12 Dec 2016

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  2. [S2] MI "Eastwood, NTT."
  3. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  4. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  5. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO."
  6. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  7. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Eastwood, NTT."
  8. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.

William Edward Newton1

M, #2909
ChartsDescendants of Joseph Leivers
Descendants of Francis Handford
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1894 and 30 September 1894  His marriage was registered between 1 July 1894 and 30 September 1894 at R.D. Basford.1 
Marriage*between 1 July 1894 and 30 September 1894 William Edward Newton married Mary Elizabeth Leivers, daughter of Francis Leivers and Martha Ball, between 1 July 1894 and 30 September 1894 at R.D. Basford.1 
Had a Sonbetween 1 October 1895 and 31 December 1895 His son Edward P. Newton was born between 1 October 1895 and 31 December 1895 at Nottingham, NTT.2,3 

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Marriage*between 1 July 1894 and 30 September 1894 William Edward Newton married Mary Elizabeth Leivers, daughter of Francis Leivers and Martha Ball, between 1 July 1894 and 30 September 1894 at R.D. Basford.1 
Child
Last Edited21 Apr 2014

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  2. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."

Betsy Nicholson1

F, #1756, b. 1853
Birth*1853 Betsy Nicholson was born in 1853 at Arnold, NTT.1,2,3 
Resch Note1881 Research Note: at Arnold, NTT,
Betsy Nicholson found in Arnold NTT.3
 
Resch Note*between 1 April 1883 and 30 June 1883 Research Note: at R.D. Basford
A Betsy Nicholson marries Charles Crosby.1
 
Married Namebetween 1 April 1883 and 30 June 1883  As of between 1 April 1883 and 30 June 1883, her married name was Crosby.1 
Resch Note1891 Research Note: at Arnold, NTT,
Found with Charles Crosby and 2 children from their marriage, Charles and Eleanor age 7 and 5.2
 
Married Namebetween 1 January 1893 and 31 March 1893  As of between 1 January 1893 and 31 March 1893, her married name was Mee Nicholson was her maiden name, not Crosby and she had children before she married Mr. Mee.1 
Marriage*between 1 January 1893 and 31 March 1893 She married Joseph Mee between 1 January 1893 and 31 March 1893 at R.D. Basford.1 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1893 and 31 March 1893  Her marriage was registered between 1 January 1893 and 31 March 1893 at R.D. Basford.1 
(Wife) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 She was wife of the head of household in the 1901 UK Census of Burford Street, Arnold, NTT, as Betsy Mee, wife age 48, born Arnold NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Joseph Mee, Benjamin Mee and Julia Ann Mee, two stepchildren, Charles Crosby 17 & Ellen Crosby 15, all born Arnold NTT. Note that Betsy Mee his second wife, is no relation (but his first wife Julia Ann was).4 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of 3 Cavendish Street, Arnold, NTT, as Betsy Mee, wife, age 58, married 18 years, no children born alive, but 1 who has died(!), born Arnold, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Joseph Mee, Nellie Crosby age 15, hosiery mender and Charles Crosby age 17, hosiery hand, both step-children of Joseph, and both born Arnold, NTT - so unusually, none of the folks in this household are directly related to me!. The house had 5 rooms.5 

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Marriage*between 1 January 1893 and 31 March 1893 Betsy Nicholson married Joseph Mee between 1 January 1893 and 31 March 1893 at R.D. Basford.1 
Last Edited29 Mar 2021

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  2. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  3. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  4. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  5. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.

Mary Hancorne Nickolls1,2,3,4,5

F, #666, b. 25 May 1886, d. 1 August 1973
ChartsDescendants of James Shipston bn 1760 - DSP
Descendant Indented James Shipston
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1791
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760 brewing association
Descendants of James Shipstone, the brewer
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
Resch Note Research Note:
Molly Nickolls/Shipstone/Charlton

John Nickolls was a Devon-born farmer whose family however had strong connections with The Gower in South Wales. His father, William, and his aunt, Emma, both died on the Gower. And Emma married John Griffiths Hancorne, a member of an old established Gower family (as detailed in Ros Dunnico's extensive research). After William Nickolls' death in 1850, his wife Christian Scott Nickolls (née Parkin - another family the Nickolls intermarried with extensively) sailed for Australia with several of her 6 children, including John. Her daughter Christian N Nickolls appears to have died on the voyage; and her sons Arthur and William stayed with her in Australia. John, however, returned to Wales and later married Margaret Hancorne, the only surviving child of Robert Hancorne, John Griffiths Hancorne's brother.

Margaret was born in London, where her father was becoming an MD, but the family returned to the Gower, living first in Wind Street, Swansea, then at Cwm Bach, Mayals, Oystermouth. Her mother was Margaret Eade, née Parnell, born in Chepstow c1801. She and Robert were married at Christ Church parish church, Southwark (she was living at 57 Nelson Square, Southwark, at the time) on 30 August 1838. Her father was Hugh Parnell, a surgeon. She was a widow, previously married to Charles Ray Eade, who died in 1837 (registered at Brentford), and had a son, Charles Hugh Eade, who was born in Ealing and christened in Southwark on 5 March 1834. (He was at school in Chiswick in 1841. In 1851 he was a "medical apprentice" living with his new family in Swansea and by 1871 he was a surgeon living at Somerset Place, Oystermouth, with his new wife Madeline Octavia Oakshott. She died in 1875 and there do not appear to have been any children. In 1881 he was still working as a surgeon and boarding at the Cameron Hotel, High Street, Swansea. He died in 1883 and probate (estate £2382/6s/3d) was granted to Margaret Nickolls (wife of John Nickolls), his step-sister.)

Margaret and John were married at Oystermouth in 1871 and had 5 children, the eldest of whom, Margaret Alice Kate ("Kitty") married Charles Bowen Nicholl (my grandfather) - a coincidence of names and there is no apparent earlier link between the firmly Carmarthenshire based Nicholl family and the Devon/Gower Nickolls, even though CBN's great grandfather spelled it Nicholls for all his life and his grandfather for the earlier part of his - while the youngest, born after her father's death, was Mary Hancorne Nickolls ("Molly").
Robert died on Gower in 1874, aged 78 according to the death registration or 79 according to his gravestone at Bishopston. His wife Margaret was still at Cwm Bach, "surgeon's widow" aged 80, in 1881, still with her daughter Margaret together now with her husband, John Nickolls, too and their daughters Kitty (8) and Elizabeth (7). Margaret Hancorne died in 1884 aged 83 and John Nickolls died in November 1885, leaving his wife pregnant with their last daughter. The remaining family were still at Cwm Bach in 1891: Margaret (46) and a widow "living on her own means", with Kitty (18), Elizabeth Christian (17, born 1874), Ann (8, born 1883), Robert William (6, born 1884) and Molly (Mary Hancorne, 4, born 1886). By 1901 they had moved to 'Mooretown' [?], Coedffranc, near Neath and Skewen, from where Kitty was married to CBN in 1902. On 27 March 1903 Robert William, aged 18, embarked on the ship 'Ophir' (6814 tons, Master: F W Kershaw), one of 127 passengers, bound for Freemantle, Australia. If entries in the Australian electoral rolls between 1906 and 1925 are indeed him, he lived in the Coolgardie/Kalgoorlie area of Western Australia, working as a clerk and civil servant, and later a "pastoralist" [=farming presumably]. He served in the Australian Imperial Force in WW1, enlisting as a Private on 14 March 1916 in the 43rd Battalion (part of the 11th Brigade of the 3rd Division), even though this was raised in South Australia. "The battalion embarked in June 1916 and, after landing briefly in Egypt, went on to Britain for further training. The battalion arrived on the Western Front in late December. The 43rd Battalion spent 1917 bogged down in bloody trench warfare in Flanders. In June the battalion took part in the battle of Messines and in October the Third Battle of Ypres. The battalion spent much of 1918 fighting in the Somme valley." [Australian War Memorial unit history]. He seems to have embarked from Australia later at Freemantle on 9 November 1916. He returned to Australia, leaving on 10 March 1918, before the Armistice.

By 1911 Margaret Nickolls and her remaining daughters had moved to Nottinghamshire [I don't know why], that year at 287 Derby Road, Nottingham. Elizabeth Christian (37) is recorded as a school mistress, working at home on her own account, Ann (28), is working as a typist for an engineering company, and Molly is listed as a school mistress too, also working at home on her own account. In 1913, for whatever reasons, Molly married James Shipstone, a Nottingham brewery owner 40 years her senior. She was 27, he 67: for once the phrase "full age" on the certificate (usually simply meaning old enough to marry without needing parental consent) is wholly accurate!

His father James, born in Mansfield Woodhouse c1819 set up the brewery. He was married to Frances and they had 4 sons and 5 daughters. The eldest John appears to have gone into lace manufacture while James took on the brewery. James married Lucy Barker, daughter of a substantial farmer in Burton upon Stather, Lincolnshire, in 1873, and they had 7 children. They lived at 5 Regent St, Basford (1881), Woodthorpe Lodge, Mansfield Rd, Sherwood, Basford (1891), and 15 Magdala Rd, Nottingham (a house of 14 rooms) (1901 and 1911). Lucy died in 1912 and he married Mary H in 1913. James Shipstone, by then of The Elms, Cropwell Butler, Nottinghamshire, died on 8 September 1922 aged 76, with probate (estate £356,020/14s/9d) granted to two of his sons (still in the brewery business).

The marriage took place at Grantham Parish Church, with Charles Bowen Nicholl, Molly's brother-in-law, officiating. Molly gave her address as the King's School, where CBN was Headmaster. The witnesses were her mother and John Hancorne Francis. He was a son of Elizabeth Hill Hancorne, in turn a daughter of John Griffiths Hancorne, brother of Robert Hancorne, thus Margaret Hancorne/Nickolls' uncle and Molly's cousin.

In 1916, at the time of Robert William's enlistment, he gave his mother, Margaret, of 'The Acacias', Woodthorpe Avenue, Nottingham, as next of kin. She died 27 Jun 1923, aged 78, at 8 Woodthorpe Avenue, Nottingham (which is just round the corner from Woodthorpe Lodge where James Shipstone had lived). Her estate amounted to £4848/4s/2d. Early in 1928 Ann and Molly sailed to Freemantle on the SS Benalla (P & O). Their UK address is given as Kneeton House, East Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, which suggests they had stayed in the area after their mother's death. On board ship Molly met Phillip [Raynor] Charlton, "a fine military gentleman", although described on the passenger list as a 25-year-old bootmaker, of Hall House, West Boldon, Durham. Ann & Molly returned to Plymouth (again on the SS Benalla) with their ill brother Robert William (listed as a "grazier"), all giving Kneeton House as their intended destination. In November 1929 Phillip Charlton returned from Australia - he is listed this time as a "bank clerk" and he too gave Kneeton House as his intended destination - and almost immediately married Molly in London. The marriage took place on 10 December 1929 at the St Giles District Registry Office, Bloomsbury. The certificate gives his age as 27 and hers as 43 and records their residence as 50 Bloomsbury Street. (Today this is an area of hotels and in the 1911 Census no. 50 was a small boarding house.) It lists his profession as "book keeper".

Phillip Charlton's father is given as Patrick Charlton, a "master saddler" - although he seems to have come late to the profession: his employment is given in the censuses from 1881 through to 1911 as coalmining, as a miner in 1881, a colliery labourer in 1891, a coal screener in 1901 and in 1911 (aged 51) as a banksman. He was most likely born in 1860, registered in Morpeth in the Apr-Jun quarter. Exactly where isn't clear: it's slightly different in every census he appears in. In 1861, aged 1, he was at the village of Guide Post, near Morpeth, Northumberland and his birthplace was recorded as Bothal. He was with his parents James (36) & Mary (40), both born in Ireland, and his sister Bridget (11). His father was working as a brickyard labourer. The 1871 Census found the family at Westoe, South Shields: James (46), listed as Thomas J., and Mary (46)(!), Patrick (now 11 and born this time in Guide Post), his new brother James (5), 5 boarding Irish labourers and one servant. Bridget seems to have got married in 1869. The family were in Eighton Banks (Gateshead) in 1881, with Patrick's birthplace given as Morpeth. He was working as a coal miner, as were both his parents and his brother.

By 1891 Patrick had got married, probably about 1884 (although I cannot trace a formal record), to Elizabeth Riley, who seems to have been born in Houghton-le-Spring, County Durham, in early 1866. (Her father was John Riley and was living with them in 1891 so presumably he was a widower by then, although the census simply states him as single.) I have not identified her parents for certain but the likeliest pair (John & Mary) were both born in Ireland. If so, in 1881 they were living at Escomb, Co. Durham. Elizabeth was 15 and working as a domestic servant. She had four younger sisters and a younger brother. It's possible Mary died in early 1887 or late 1886. I have not found them in earlier or later censuses.) Patrick was working as a colliery labourer (born this time at North Seaton), living at Boldon, County Durham, with his wife and 4 children (Mary, 5, Thomas, 4, John, 2, and Joseph, 2 months). Ten years later for the 1901 Census, they were at 27 South View Terrace, Harton, Co. Durham. Patrick (this time born at Newbiggin) was a coal screener (who separates larger and smaller pieces of mined coal with a 'screen'). Son Thomas (14) had started working as a pony driver at the mine. And there were 5 more children, Hannah (8), Hilda (6), Florence (5), Ruth (3) and William (1). In 1911 the family, with the addition of Philip (he seems to have added the second 'l' himself later), aged 9, and Nelly, aged 7, were at Hall House, West Boldon, South Shields (the address Phillip gave on the 1928 passenger list to Australia). Patrick (now 51) this time was born in Blyth, Northumberland and was working as a coal mine banksman (who, I believe, operated the cages that took miners up and down). It has not been possible to establish when Elizabeth or Patrick died. The 1911 Census records that Patrick and Elizabeth had then been married for 27 years and had had 12 children, one of whom was already dead, so one further child remains unidentified through the censuses.

All Patrick's places of birth are in a relatively small area, a triangle of about 15 square miles in Northumberland, and given some vagueness about ages also one must assume that the Charltons were not wholly reliable census informants. It seems safe to say that Phillip emerged from a large, relatively humble, working family with a strong Irish background.
Apparently Molly and Phillip didn't live together much until he became too sick to go "galavanting" (as she described it according to my mother). For instance in Oct 1931 he sailed (describing himself now as a "farmer") to Cape Town returning almost immediately in December. Ann and Molly both moved to Port Eynon and Phillip ended up there too. He died aged 60 on 26 October 1962 (from "cardiac failure, coronary thrombosis and bronchitis") at Molly's home, Abberley Cottage, Overton. The death certificate gives his occupation as "stores overseer". Molly died at The Old Vicarage, Luppitt, in 1973, having moved to Devon to be looked after by her niece Ethel (Vincent/Walden, née Nicholl) (my mother's sister). She had no children by either marriage. Her ashes (as I understand it) are in the grave of Robert Hancorne, her grandfather, at St. Teilo's, Bishopston. Elizabeth Christian died in 1960 (unconfirmed) at Port Eynon, Ann in 1940 (registered at Swansea). Robert William also returned to Gower and died on 18 April 1933 at Port Eynon, with probate of his will (estate £122/8s/5d) granted to his sister, Elizabeth Christian.6
 
Name VariationNovember 1885  As of November 1885, Mary Hancorne Nickolls was also known as Molly Youngest children of the family, and born after her father's death in Nov 1885.6 
Birth*25 May 1886 Mary Hancorne Nickolls was born on 25 May 1886 at Oystermouth, GLA, Wales.4,7,8 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 287 Derby Road, Nottingham, NTT, listed Mary Hancorne Nickolls described as Mary Hancorne Nickolls, daughter, age 24, single, school mistress, own account, at home, born Oystermouth, Glamorganshire in the household of her widowed mother Margaret (age 66) and sisters, Elizabeth and Ann. The house had 7 rooms.4 
Married Namebetween 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913  As of between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913, her married name was Shipstone.2 
(Bride) MC-Regbetween 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 at R.D. Grantham.9 
(Bride) Marriage*5 August 1913 She married James Shipstone, son of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson, on 5 August 1913 at The Parish Church, Grantham, LIN,
The Groom was aged 67, and the bride aged 27, and they did just put "of full age" in the register! The bride was younger than James' youngest child (his daughter Chris).
James' first wife had died in February 1912.
Note that the Charles Bowen Nicholl officiating, was Molly's brother-in-law.2,3,5 
(Bride) MC*5 August 1913  The marriage certificate which she signed as Mary Hancorne Nickolls, age 27, a spinster. She was recorded as of King's School, Grantham (where officiating minister C.B. Nicholl was Headmaster - and Molly's brother-in-law). Her father was recorded as John Nickolls, Gentleman. They were married according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Church of England, after banns. Officiating Minister C. B. Nicholl (married Molly's eldest sister). Witnesses were John Hancorne Francis (Molly's cousin) and Margaret Nickolls (Molly's Mother).10,11 
(Subject) Newspaper*9 August 1913  Mary Hancorne Nickolls and James Shipstone were the subject of a newspaper article on 9 August 1913.


Interesting Wedding At Grantham


Shipstone-Nickolls

On Tuesday afternoon, at Grantham Parish Church, a very pretty wedding was solemnised, the contracting parties being Mr. James Shipstone, a Nottingham City Councillor, and head of the well known brewery firm of Messrs. J. Shipstone and Son, Limited, Nottingham, and Miss Hancorne Nickolls, daughter of the late Mr. John Nickolls, The Mayals, Swansea and sister-in-law to the Rev. C.B. Nicholl, M.A., Headmaster of Grantham Grammar School. The ceremony was a comparatively quiet one, but it was witnessed by a large circle of friends and acquaintances. The bride was given away by her cousin, Mr. H. C. Dunn, and she looked very in her beautiful dress of silk sponge cloth, with a Brussels lace coat. Her hat was trimmed with ospreys, and the only ornament she wore was a pearl necklace, the gift of the bridegroom. She carried a shower bouquet of pale pink carnations. The bridesmaids were the Misses Ethel and Dorothy Nickoll (nieces of the bride), and they wore dresses of tussore silk trimmed with tangerine chiffon, and had lovely bouquets of roses. Their gifts from the bridegroom were enamel and pearl pendants. Mr. John Hancorne Francis, of Church Park, The Mumbles, Swansea, officiated as best man. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. C. B. Nickoll, assisted by the vicar (the Rev. W. I. Carr Smith). As the bridal party were leaving the church Mendalssohn's "Wedding March" was played. A reception was subsequently held in The King's Old Hall, Church-Street, at which there were many guests. Those invited included:
The Rev. W. I. Carr Smith (Grantham),
Dr. B. Skeat (Cambridge)
Mrs. Barry Thompson,
Mr. and Mrs. F? W, Thompson,
Mrs. Eaton (Grantham),
Mr. and Mrs. H. Dunn (London),
Mr. J. and Mrs. A. Francis (the Mumbles),
Miss L. Hughes (London),
Miss Hardwick (Grantham),
Mrs. and the Misses Nickolls (Notts.),
Rev. C. B. and Mrs. Nicholl (Grantham),
the Misses Nicholl (Grantham),
Mr. and Mrs. Hendry (Edinburgh),
Mr. May (London),
Mr. and Mrs. E. Shipstone (Normanton, Notts),
Mr. and Mrs. Wing (Sheffield),
Dr. and Mrs. Vinter (Bradford),
Mr. and Mrs. H. Shipstone and Mr. E. Shipstone (Notts.),
Mr. G. Shipstone (Heckington),
Mrs. Cook (Notts.),
Mr. and Mrs. Cattle (Heanor, Derby),
Mr. and Mrs. Pidcock,
Mr. and Mrs. C. Wright,
Mrs. and the Misses Woodhouse (Notts.),
Dr. and Mrs. Kingsbury (Stapleford),
Mr. and Mrs. H. Wright (Nottingham),
Dr. and Mrs. Shipman,
Miss Brown, Mr. White, Mr. Wheldon,
Mr. & Mrs. H. Bell, and the Misses Bell (Grantham).
Later in the afternoon, the happy couple left for Switzerland and other parts of the Continent, where the honeymoon is being spent. The bride's travelling costume was of Wedgewood blue Bengalie trimmed with real lace, and her hat was of real lace adorned with a handsome silver buckle set with brilliants, the gift of a very intimate friend. Both before and after the wedding, joyous peals were rung on the church bells.
Many congratulatory telegrams were received by Mr. and Mrs. Shipstone prior to their departure.
The presents were numerous, and included:-
Bridegroom to Bride, pearl necklace;
Bride to Bridegroom - silver cigarette box;
Dr. and Mrs. James Eaton, old china jug;
Mr. and Mrs. Newton, Dresden cup and saucer;
Mr. and Mrs. H Bell, old china fruit dish;
Miss E. Bell, table centre and dessert d'oyleys;
Miss G. Bell, hand painted satin cushion;
Mr. E. Dungey, table centre;
Mr. and Mrs. Elliot, afternoon tea cloth;
Mr. and Mrs. J. Turner, jewel case;
Dr. and Mrs. Kingsbury, silver inkstand;
Dr. and Mrs. Murphy, silver trinket box;
Bride's mother, silver hand mirror, motor clock and topaz pendant;
the Misses Nickolls, handbag and hatpins;
Rev. C. B. and Mrs. Nicholl, Worcester dessert service;
Ethel and Dorothy Nicholl, old Chinese bowl;
Mrs. Burke, book;
Mr. Hamilton, silver card case;
Mr. R. Wheldon, silver fruit spoons;
Mr. White, silver card case;
Mr. and Mrs. H. Shipstone, gold bracelet;
Mrs. Tyler, silver trinket box;
Mr. G. Hughes, pair of old Satsuma orientals;
Mrs. A. Hughes, old enamel and silver Japanese vase;
Miss M. E. Wilson, lace handkerchief;
Mr. and Mrs. Woodhouse, silver-gilt pot pourri holder;
Miss Woodhouse, buckle of brilliants set in silver;
the Misses Hardwick, silver tea caddy spoon;
Miss D. Thirlby, lace handkerchief;
Mr. and Mrs. H. Bowen, silver sweet dish;
Mr. and Mrs. S. Jones, pearl and peridot brooch;
Misses Murphy, Timmins and Hamilton, silver enamel box;
Mr. and Mrs. H. Wright, silver cigarette case;
Mrs. P. Holmes, drawn-thread tea-cloth;
Jack and Jeannie Holmes, silver match box;
Dr. D. W. Nicholl, silver mustard pot;
Mr. and Mrs. G. Shipstone, gold watch bracelet;
Mr. and Mrs. H. Dunn, silver and crocodile writing case;
Mr. and Mrs. H. Morgan, afternoon tea cloth;
Mr. J. H. and the Misses Francis, afternoon tea cloth;
Dr. Skeat, Omar Khayyam's poems;
Mr. and Mrs. Shipman, silver and tortoise-shell paper knife;
Mr. W. E. Williams, silver salt cellars;
Mr. J. Hansard, silver inkstand;
Erewash Valley Ladies Golf Club, pot pourri vase;
Nieces, Crown Derby coffee cups;
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, silver rose bowl;
Mr. and Mrs. C. Wright, motor rug;
Mr. and Mrs. Pidcock, silver fruit dishes;
Mr. and Mrs. E. Shipstone, inlaid table;
Mr. Suffolk, umbrella;
Mr. Lewis Nicholl, old china cup.5
 
Directory1922 Mary Hancorne Nickolls and James Shipstone were named in 1922 in the Polling District E. Parish of Cropwell Butler
Radcliffe Road
1922 Spring
666 R O, Shipstone, James, The Elms
667 HO HO, Shipstone, Mary Hancorne, The Elms

Note also: (two other families at The Elms, but numbering is not consecutive - possibly staff?). At The Elms, Ratcliffe Road, Cropwell Butler, NTT.12 
(Beneficiary) Will24 May 1922 Mary Hancorne Nickolls was named as Mary Rancome Shipstone, wife, a beneficiary in the Will of James Shipstone dated 24 May 1922.2 
(Widow(er)) Death8 September 1922 Mary Hancorne Nickolls became a widow when her husband James died on 8 September 1922.13,14 
Directory1924 Mary Hancorne Nickolls was named in 1924 in the Polling District L. Parish of Arnold (Woodthorpe etc.)
1924 Autumn
6219 O O, Shipstone, Mary Hancorie (sic) 8

Note also: (probably Mary's sisters)
6220 O O Nickolls, Elizabeth 8
6221 O O Nickolls, Ann 8 at 8 Woodthorpe Avenue, Woodthorpe, NTT.12 
Name Variation1925  As of 1925, Mary Hancorne Nickolls was also known as Hancorne, Mary.12 
Directory*1925 She was named in 1925 in the Polling District L. Parish of Kneeton
(Kneeton))
1925 Spring
388 O O, Shipstone, Hancorne Mary

Note also: (probably Mary's sisters)
379 O O Nickolls, Elizabeth Chrtistian
380 O O Nickolls, Ann at Kneeton, NTT.12 
Resch Note*9 February 1928 Research Note: at London, LND,
Outgoing Passenger Lists
manifest for British passengers.
Embarked at Port of London

Ship "S.S. Benalla", P & O via the Cape service.

Ticket number 3626
Shipstone, Mrs. Mary M., Kneeton House, East Bridgeford, Notts, bound for Freemantle. No occupation. Age 41.
Fremantle, Aus.
Country of last permaent residence: England,
Country for intended future permanent residence: Australia.

Travelling with (on same ticket)

Nickolls, Miss Anne, of same address, age 46, same destination.

Also travelling on same outbound boat -

Ticket number 2166
Charlton, Phillip of Hall House, West Boldon, Durham, bound for Freemantle, profession: Bootmaker, age 25, country of last residence Scotland, country of intended permanent residence: Australia.15,16
 
Resch Note28 May 1929 Research Note: at Plymouth, DEV,
Incoming Passenger Lists
manifest for British passengers.
Embarked at Fremantle (Bribane), Aus
on ship "Benalla" of the P& O Steam navigation company Ltd.
Official number 135322

Referred to as "Mrs Mary Shipstone, age 42, address 30 Packington Street, East Bridgford".
Country of last permanent residence (i.e. a year or more) Australia.
Intended country of intended future residence: I (= other parts of British Empire).17
 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1929 and 31 December 1929  Her marriage was registered between 1 October 1929 and 31 December 1929 at R.D. St. Giles.10 
Married Name10 December 1929  As of 10 December 1929, her married name was Charlton.7 
Marriage*10 December 1929 She married Philip Raynor Charlton on 10 December 1929 at St. Giles Registry Office, Bloomsbury, LND.7 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 She was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of Abberley, Overton Port Eynan, Swansea, GLA, Wales, as Charlton, Mary H., female, born 25 May 1886, married, retired domestic duties. She was enumerated with, Hughes, Ada L female born 27 Sep 1874, single, retired domestic duties and one closed record..8 
Resch Note*9 April 1941 Research Note:
A "Mrs. J. Shipstone" is mentioned as attending the funeral of Dr. J.E.B. Snell - this is clearly not the right woman, as she is by this time Mrs. Philip Charlton.18
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper9 April 1941 Mary Hancorne Nickolls was mentioned in a newspaper article on 9 April 1941. Named as "Mrs. J. Shipstone," one of mourners at the funeral of Dr. J. E. B. Snell (this cannot be the right "Mrs. J. Shipstone", as she has married a Charlton by then).18
 
Death of Spouse26 October 1962 Her husband Philip Raynor Charlton died on 26 October 1962 at Overton, Port Eynon, GLA.7,6 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1973 and 30 September 1973  Her death was registered between 1 July 1973 and 30 September 1973 at R.D. Honiton Ref: 7a, 1211 as Mary Hancorne Charlton, born 25 May 1886.19 
Death*1 August 1973 Mary Hancorne Nickolls died on 1 August 1973 at The Old Vicarage, Luppitt, DEV.7,6,20 
(Interred) Burial*after 1 August 1973 She was buried after 1 August 1973 at Robert Hancorne's grave, St. Teilo's Church, Bishopston, Swansea, GLA, Ashes.6 
(Deceased) Prob Index*7 November 1973  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Charlton, Mary Hancorne of The Old Vicarage Church Hill Luppitt Devon who died 1 August 1973. Authority to administer the Estate was granted on 7 November 1973 by The Probate Office, LLandaff. Estate valued at £536. Ref: 732201465D.20 

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Family of Mary Hancorne Nickolls and James Shipstone

(Bride) Marriage*5 August 1913 Mary Hancorne Nickolls married James Shipstone, son of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson, on 5 August 1913 at The Parish Church, Grantham, LIN,
The Groom was aged 67, and the bride aged 27, and they did just put "of full age" in the register! The bride was younger than James' youngest child (his daughter Chris).
James' first wife had died in February 1912.
Note that the Charles Bowen Nicholl officiating, was Molly's brother-in-law.2,3,5 

Family of Mary Hancorne Nickolls and Philip Raynor Charlton

Marriage*10 December 1929 Mary Hancorne Nickolls married Philip Raynor Charlton on 10 December 1929 at St. Giles Registry Office, Bloomsbury, LND.7 
Last Edited1 Jan 2021

Citations

  1. Named as "Mary Hancorne Shipstone", on husband's Will, and Mary H Nickolls on marriage, Mary Hancorne Nickolls on census.
  2. [S14] Will "James (II) Shipstone, written 24 May 1922."
  3. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage.
  4. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  5. [S94] "Grantham Journal Saturday 9th August 1913, p8."
  6. [S88] Information supplied by a fellow researcher.
  7. [S72] Website Worldconnect (worldconnect.rootsweb.com) "http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=samuel1&id=I254."
  8. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  9. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  10. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Ancestry."
  11. [S88] Information supplied by a fellow researcher.
  12. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Electoral Registers - FindmyPast."
  13. [S2] MI "Church or "rock" cemetery, Nottingham."
  14. [S64] Index to Nottingham Church Rock Cemetery Burials "Grave 8504 Beech. Burial ref 28429."
  15. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Ancestry.co.uk - UK Outward Passengers from UK ports."
  16. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast - UK Outward Passengers from UK ports."
  17. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Ancestry.co.uk - Incoming Passengers to UK ports."
  18. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Funeral of the Late Dr. Snell: 9th April 1951, p4 of 4."
  19. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  20. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index.

Kathleen Nicolson1

F, #2470, b. 1906, d. 14 December 1964
ChartsDescendants of James Shipston bn 1760 - DSP
Descendant Indented James Shipston
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1791
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760 brewing association
Descendants of James Shipstone, the brewer
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
Birth*1906 Kathleen Nicolson was born in 1906.2 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934  Her marriage was registered between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934 at R.D. Birmingham.1 
Married Namebetween 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934  As of between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934, her married name was Selby.1 
Marriage*between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934 She married Ellis Gun Selby, son of James Selby and Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934 at R.D. Birmingham.1 
Resch Note*between 1 October 1938 and 31 December 1938 Research Note: at R.D. Durham E.
Greta Selby of a Nicholson mother - could be theirs?
Ref: 10a, 603

Unlikely - norn too soon after other children, and in wrong place.3
 
(Present-Second) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed next to the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 387 Woodborough Road, Nottingham, NTT, as Selby, Kathleen, female, born 22 May 06, married, unpaid dom. duties. She was enumerated with Ellis Gun Selby, 2 records officially closed; Ivy Coleman (later Bailey), born 1910 paid cook housekeeper; Edith M Lancaster? (later Hardy), female, born 1909, house parlour maid; and Renshaw, Olivia A, female, children's nurse, paid.. Only a few doors away from George J Mackness and Ellis's cousin Helena K Mackness (ness Shipstone), as well as next door to Tom Palmer, Chauffeur to George J Mackness.4 
(Subject) Newspaper*11 November 1941  Kathleen Nicolson and Ellis Gun Selby were the subject of a newspaper article on 11 November 1941.

Domestic Servant Wanted

Cook General
wanted immediately, good home wages, outings - Selby, Redcot, 387 Woodborough Road.

(repeated several times in the same week).5
 
(Subject) Newspaper18 November 1941  Kathleen Nicolson and Ellis Gun Selby were the subject of a newspaper article on 18 November 1941.

Domestic Servant Wanted

Daily Woman
wanted for light domestic work - Selby, Redcot, 387 Woodborough Road.

(repeated several times in the same week).6
 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1964 and 31 December 1964  Her death was registered between 1 October 1964 and 31 December 1964 at R.D. Bingham Ref: 3c, 107 as Kathleen Selby, age 58.2 
Death*14 December 1964 Kathleen Nicolson died on 14 December 1964 at The Lodge, Cropwell Butler, NTT.7,2 
(Deceased) Prob Index*3 May 1965  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Selby, Kathleen, of The Lodge Cropwell Butler Nottinghamshire died 14 December 1964. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to James Selby Mackness described as described as John Richard Selby buyer, James Selby Mackness brewer with David MacDonald Nicholson company director on 3 May 1965 by The Probate Office, Nottingham. Estate valued at £129254.7 
(Subject) Newspaper*26 November 1965  Kathleen Nicolson was the subject of a newspaper article on 26 November 1965.

Name of Deceased:

Selby,
Kathleen
Address, description and date of death:
Cropwell Butler, Notts, Wife of Ellis Gunn Selby. 14 December 1964
Persons to whom notice of claims should be made:
Day, Boot & Pollett, 3 East Circus Street, Nottingham, Solicitors. (John Richard Selby, David MacDonald Nicholson and James Selby Mackness).8
 

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Marriage*between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934 Kathleen Nicolson married Ellis Gun Selby, son of James Selby and Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934 at R.D. Birmingham.1 
Last Edited1 Jan 2021

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FindMyPast."
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  4. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  5. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Domestic Servant Wanted - Cook General for Selby family 11 Nov 1941 p2 of 4."
  6. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Domestic Servant Wanted - Daily Woman for Selby family 18 Nov 1941 p2 of 4."
  7. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  8. [S94] "The London Gazette, 26th November 1965, p11187."

Adelaide Noton

F, #1804, b. between 1 January 1862 and 31 March 1862
FatherThomas Williamson Noton b. 30 May 1817, d. bt 1 Oct 1868 - 31 Dec 1868
MotherCharlotte Bingham b. 2 Sep 1832, d. 1 Feb 1895
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Resch Note* Research Note:
BIG health warning about this child ... did not find her with Charlotte (or any other family so far) in 1871, 1881, 1891 etc. so to all intents and purposes was invisible!

Known about only through the "Estate of Joseph Bingham" (approx. 1925), as receiving the same proportion as her likely siblings.

Everything else is conjecture. The only thing supporting the entry in the distribution list at all is the marriage between Adelaide Noton & Joseph Wilkinson in RD Bradford in 1896, assuming this is the same person as referred to in the distribution.

So invisible in fact, that they may not be a direct child of Charlotte, but perhaps an illegitimate child of one of her children. But there is no evidence to support even this...

Does however name Thomas Williamson Noton as her father on marriage. He died when she was 6, and that is probably why she is a little invisible.
 
Resch Note Research Note:
"Estate of Joseph Bingham" has Adelaide Noton Wilkinson having 1/99 of total share, i.e. 1/9 of share of Charlotte Bingham.
Due to errors in calculations in the Estate for this line, this could still make her either a daughter of Walter Noton & Mary, or (more likely) a daughter of Charlotte.

If a daughter of Charlotte, looks like she is also the sister of Joseph Bingham's wife - i.e. his sister in law.
 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1862 and 31 March 1862  Her birth was registered between 1 January 1862 and 31 March 1862 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9c 368 Noton, Adelaide mother: Bingham.1 
Birth*between 1 January 1862 and 31 March 1862 Adelaide Noton, daughter of Thomas Williamson Noton and Charlotte Bingham, was born between 1 January 1862 and 31 March 1862 at Sheffield, YKS.2,3,1 
 Adelaide Noton was the daughter of Thomas Williamson Noton and Charlotte Bingham
Resch Note1871 Research Note: at Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield, YKS,
There is an Ada Norton a visitor age 8 born Sheffield, YKS in the household of Anthony Ward (a cutler) - but is also 2 doors away from an unrelated Norton household (Walter E bn 1839 & Clara) who may have had an Ada.4
 
Resch Note14 March 1877 Research Note: at St. Philip, Sheffield, YKS,
NOT baptised 1877
Ada of George & Mary Ann Noton, Grammar? Street, tailor.5
 
Resch Note1881 Research Note: at Sheffield Union Workhouse, Kelham Street, Sheffield, YKS,
possible:

Adelaide Norton, pauper, unmarried, age 20, servant, born Sheffield YKS.6
 
Resch Note2 April 1888 Research Note: at The Parish Church, Sheffield, YKS,
Probably not this one ...?

Thomas Warburton, age 29, widower, labourer, 19 Radford Street
Father: not given
= Ada Noton, age 28, spinster, 46 Penistone Road,
Father: not given
In church after banns
Both signed.
Wit: Thomas Warburton, Mary Mansfield.7
 
(Head alone) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 She was solitary head of the household in the 1891 UK Census of Chatsworth Hotel, Edensor, DBY, as Adelaide Noton, servant, single, age 28 general servant domestic born Sheffield, YKS in the household of Henry & Anne S Harrison, farmer & hotel keeper (born Halifax YKS). Adelaide is one of around 15 staff for both hotel and farm.. Next door to Edensor Lodge and 2 away from Vicarage; followed by Dunsa then the Kennels.8 
Resch Notebetween 1 October 1896 and 31 December 1896 Research Note:
Marriage is only Adelaide/Ada Noton/Norton to marry a Wilkinson. There could be more complication if this was a second or third marriage ... but does seem to fit - image of marriage confirms she is daughter of Thomas Wiliamson Noton.
 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1896 and 31 December 1896  Her marriage was registered between 1 October 1896 and 31 December 1896 at R.D. Bradford.9 
Married Name26 December 1896  As of 26 December 1896, her married name was Wilkinson.9,10 
(Bride) Marriage*26 December 1896 Adelaide Noton married Joseph Wilkinson on 26 December 1896 at Bradford St. Peter (Bradford cathedral), Bradford, YKS,
Joseph (x) Wilkinson aged 34 years, bachelor, stonequarrier, residence New Laithe, Wibsey father: David Wilkinson (deceased) Stonequarrier
= Adelaide Noton aged 33 years, spinster, woolcomber, residence 37 Brownroyd Hill, Wibsey father: Thomas Williamson Noton (deceased), tailor
In church after banns
Wit: Carrie Haywood, David Wright.9,10 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*31 March 1901 She was wife of the head of household in the 1901 UK Census of 8 Windmill Hill, Coley, Halifax, YKS, as Adelaide Wilkinson, wife, married age 38, bn Sheffield) YKS. She was enumerated with her husband Joseph Wilkinson. The house had 2 rooms. There were with no children.3 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 99 Earl Street, Bradford, YKS, listed Adelaide Noton described as Adelaide Wilkinson, age 49, married, 15 years, no children, gift box winder, wool, worker, born Sheffield, YKS, in the household of Mary Jane Burniston age 60, widow, born March, CAM. If she was married why is she not with her husband? Was he actually dead? The house had 3 rooms.2 
(Distribution) Will13 September 1927 She was named as Adelaide Noton Wilkinson, 1/99 share worth $90.09 in the distribution account for the Estate of Joseph Bingham dated 13 September 1927.11 

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(Bride) Marriage*26 December 1896 Adelaide Noton married Joseph Wilkinson on 26 December 1896 at Bradford St. Peter (Bradford cathedral), Bradford, YKS,
Joseph (x) Wilkinson aged 34 years, bachelor, stonequarrier, residence New Laithe, Wibsey father: David Wilkinson (deceased) Stonequarrier
= Adelaide Noton aged 33 years, spinster, woolcomber, residence 37 Brownroyd Hill, Wibsey father: Thomas Williamson Noton (deceased), tailor
In church after banns
Wit: Carrie Haywood, David Wright.9,10 
Last Edited6 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  2. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  3. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  4. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  5. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast England Baptism Images."
  6. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  7. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast England Marriage Images."
  8. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  9. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  10. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Ancestry West Yorkshire marriages."
  11. [S52] Private papers.

Alfred Noton1

M, #1098, b. between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875, d. 25 April 1928
FatherHenry Noton1 b. bt 1 Mar 1844 - 30 Jun 1844, d. 3 Feb 1905
MotherOlive Bingham1 b. 14 Jan 1844, d. bt 1 Jan 1892 - 31 Mar 1892
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Birth-Altbetween 4 April 1872 and 3 April 1873 Alfred Noton, son of Henry Noton and Olive Bingham, was also reported to have been born between 4 April 1872 and 3 April 1873 at Sheffield, YKS.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875  His birth was registered between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9c, 422 Noton, Alfred mother: Bingham.2,3 
Birth*between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875 Alfred Noton, son of Henry Noton and Olive Bingham, was born between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875 at Sheffield, YKS.4,2 
 Alfred Noton was the son of Henry Noton and Olive Bingham.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of 70 Meadow Street, Sheffield, YKS, listed Alfred Noton in the household of Henry Noton and Olive Bingham described as Alfd. Noton, son unmarried, scholar, age 7 born Sheffield, YKS.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 70 Meadow Street, Sheffield, YKS, listed Alfred Noton in the household of Henry Noton and Olive Bingham described as Alfred Noton, son, single, age 15, tobacco maker, employed, born Sheffield, YKS.4 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 10 Bonville Street, St. Anne, Sheffield, YKS, listed Alfred Noton described as Alfred Noton, boarder, single age 25, tobacco manufacturer, worker, born Sheffield, YKS in the household of Ann Michell (widow) & daughter.5 
Death of Father3 February 1905 His father Henry Noton died on 3 February 1905 at 180 Pomona Street, Ecclesall Road, Sheffield, YKS.6,7 
(Administrator) Prob Index27 February 1905 Authority was granted to Alfred Noton described as Alfred Noton tobacco manufacturer to administer the Estate of Henry Noton on 27 February 1905 at The Probate Office, Wakefield, valued at £911 11s. 8d..7 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1907 and 30 June 1907  His marriage was registered between 1 April 1907 and 30 June 1907 at R.D. Ecclesall Bierlow.8 
(Groom) Marriage*2 April 1907 Alfred Noton married Ellen Gertrude Webb on 2 April 1907 at St. Matthias Parish Church, Sheffield, YKS,
Alfred Noton, age 31, bachelor, tobacconist, Denham Road, Sheffield, Father: Henry Noton (deceased), tobacco manufacturer
= Ellen Gertrude Webb, age 26, spinster, Denham Road, Sheffield, Father: Albert Webb (deceased), Engineer
In church after banns (both signed)
Wit: J.T.? Warburton, Kate Eliza Webb.8,9 
(Head) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of 17 Denham Road, Sheffield, YKS, as Alfred Noton, son-in-law age 35 married 4 years, commercial traveller (tobacco), worker, born Sheffield, YKS. He was enumerated with his wife Ellen Gertrude Webb, Ellens mother Mary Ann Webb age 68, widow (head of the household), brother Reginald Web age 33, a silversmith, Gertrude May Waller a grand-daughter to Mary Ann age 10, and Harwood Butterworth age 28, a boarder (assistant teacher). The house had 5 rooms.10 
(Distribution) Will13 September 1927 Alfred Noton was named as Alfred Noton, 1/33 share worth $270.30 in the distribution account for the Estate of Joseph Bingham dated 13 September 1927.11 
Note*13 September 1927 Alive in 1927.12 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 April 1928 and 30 June 1928  His death was registered between 1 April 1928 and 30 June 1928 at R.D. Ecclesall B. Ref: 9c, 410, age 52, indexed as Alfred Noton.13 
Death*25 April 1928 Alfred Noton died on 25 April 1928 at 201 Chippinghouse Road, Sheffield, YKS.13,7 
(Deceased) Prob Index*9 August 1928  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Noton, Alfred of 201 Chippinghouse Road, Sheffield, died 25 April 1928. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Ellen Gertrude Webb described as Ellen Gertrude Noton, widow on 9 August 1928 by The Probate Office, Wakefield. Estate valued at £6638 10s. 4d..7 
Directory*1933 Alfred Noton and Ellen Gertrude Webb were named in 1933 in the Sheffield Alphabetical section of the Yorkshire, Sheffield & Rotherham, Kelly's Directory, 1933 as Noton, A. (Mrs. E. G. Senior), tobccnst, 175 Nursery St., & 70 Meadow St. at Sheffield, YKS.14 

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(Groom) Marriage*2 April 1907 Alfred Noton married Ellen Gertrude Webb on 2 April 1907 at St. Matthias Parish Church, Sheffield, YKS,
Alfred Noton, age 31, bachelor, tobacconist, Denham Road, Sheffield, Father: Henry Noton (deceased), tobacco manufacturer
= Ellen Gertrude Webb, age 26, spinster, Denham Road, Sheffield, Father: Albert Webb (deceased), Engineer
In church after banns (both signed)
Wit: J.T.? Warburton, Kate Eliza Webb.8,9 
Last Edited7 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  4. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  5. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  6. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  7. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  8. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  9. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast England Marriage Images."
  10. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  11. [S52] Private papers.
  12. [S18] Private papers "In the Estate of Joseph Bingham, deceased."
  13. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  14. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast Commercial Directories."

Alfred Noton1

M, #1970, b. between 1 April 1846 and 30 June 1846
FatherThomas Williamson Noton1 b. 30 May 1817, d. bt 1 Oct 1868 - 31 Dec 1868
MotherDorothy Threapland1 b. 1820, d. bt 1 Oct 1854 - 31 Dec 1854
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1846 and 30 June 1846  His birth was registered between 1 April 1846 and 30 June 1846 at R.D. Pocklington Ref: 23, 88 Noton, Alfred mother: Threapland.2,3 
Birth*between 1 April 1846 and 30 June 1846 Alfred Noton, son of Thomas Williamson Noton and Dorothy Threapland, was born between 1 April 1846 and 30 June 1846 at Pocklington, YKS.1,2 
 Alfred Noton was the son of Thomas Williamson Noton and Dorothy Threapland.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ30 March 1851 The 1851 UK Census of 39 Chapman Street, Manchester, LAN, listed Alfred Noton in the household of Dorothy Threapland described as Alfred, son age 4, scholar, born Pocklington, YKS.4,5 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ7 April 1861 The 1861 UK Census of Verdon Street, Brightside Bierlow, YKS, listed Alfred Noton in the household of Thomas Williamson Noton and Charlotte Bingham described as Alfred Noton, son, age 14, brass turner, born Pocklington, YKS.1 
(Witness) Marriage9 February 1868 Alfred Noton witnessed the marriage of Henry Noton and Olive Bingham on 9 February 1868 at Christ Church, Pitsmoor, YKS, Henry Noton, age 23, bachelor, tobacconist, Pitsmoor, Father: Thomas Williamson Noton, Tailor
= Olive Bingham, (no age given) spinster, Pitsmoor, Father: James Bingham, Labourer
In church after banns (both signed)
Wit: Alfred Noton, Mary Ann Mills (x).6,7 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of 164 Pye Bank, Brightside Bierlow, Sheffield, YKS, listed Alfred Noton in the household of Henry Noton and Olive Bingham described as Alfred Noton, lodger, unmarried, age 24, brass turner, born Pocklington YKS.8 

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Last Edited27 Mar 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1861, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  4. [S1] Census, 1851, FindMyPast.
  5. [S1] Census, 1851, Ancestry.
  6. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage.
  7. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast England Marriage Images."
  8. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.

Arthur Noton1

M, #3468, b. between 1 April 1865 and 30 June 1865
FatherThomas Williamson Noton1 b. 30 May 1817, d. bt 1 Oct 1868 - 31 Dec 1868
MotherCharlotte Bingham1 b. 2 Sep 1832, d. 1 Feb 1895
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1865 and 31 March 1865  His death was registered between 1 January 1865 and 31 March 1865 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9c, 351 Noton, Arthur age 0.2 
(Interred) Burial*27 March 1865 Arthur Noton was buried on 27 March 1865 at Burngreave Cemetery, Sheffield, YKS, Noiton, Arthur born 1865 father: Thos. Williamson Noton.3 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1865 and 30 June 1865  His birth was registered between 1 April 1865 and 30 June 1865 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9c, 414 Noton, Arthur mother: Bingham.1 
Birth*between 1 April 1865 and 30 June 1865 Arthur Noton, son of Thomas Williamson Noton and Charlotte Bingham, was born between 1 April 1865 and 30 June 1865 at R.D. Sheffield.1 
 Arthur Noton was the son of Thomas Williamson Noton and Charlotte Bingham.1 

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Last Edited20 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GROonline."
  3. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast Yorkshire burial transcription."

Benjamin Noton1

M, #1592, b. between 1 April 1866 and 30 June 1866, d. 1 October 1925
FatherThomas Williamson Noton1 b. 30 May 1817, d. bt 1 Oct 1868 - 31 Dec 1868
MotherCharlotte Bingham1 b. 2 Sep 1832, d. 1 Feb 1895
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1866 and 30 June 1866  His birth was registered between 1 April 1866 and 30 June 1866 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9c, 432 Noton, Benjamin mother: Bingham.2,3 
Birth*between 1 April 1866 and 30 June 1866 Benjamin Noton, son of Thomas Williamson Noton and Charlotte Bingham, was born between 1 April 1866 and 30 June 1866 at Sheffield, YKS.1,2 
 Benjamin Noton was the son of Thomas Williamson Noton and Charlotte Bingham.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of 3 New Cemetery Rd, Brightside Bierlow, YKS, listed Benjamin Noton in the household of Charlotte Bingham described as Benjamin Norton, son, age 5, scholar, born Sheffield, YKS.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of 5 Danville Street, Brightside Bierlow, YKS, listed Benjamin Noton in the household of Charlotte Bingham described as Benjm. Noton, son, age 14, born Sheffield, YKS.4 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 92 Bressingham Road, Brightside Bierlow, YKS, listed Benjamin Noton in the household of Charlotte Bingham described as Benjamin Noton, son, age 24, labourer, employed, born Sheffield, YKS.5 
Death of Mother1 February 1895 His mother Charlotte Bingham died on 1 February 1895 at Spital Hill, Sheffield, YKS.6,7 
(Administrator) Prob Index20 February 1895 Authority was granted to Benjamin Noton described as Benjamin Noton labourer to administer the Estate of Charlotte Bingham on 20 February 1895 at The Probate Office, Wakefield, valued at £138 8s..7 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 22 Macro Street, Brightside Bierlow, YKS, listed Benjamin Noton described as Benjamin Norton, boarder, single, age 34, general labourer, worker, born Sheffield, YKS in the household of Margaret Sellars, lodging house keeper.8 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 58 Mount Road, Packwood Springs, Sheffield, YKS, listed Benjamin Noton described as Benjamin Noton, boarder, age 44, single, store-keeper in gas works, public gas supply, employed, born Sheffield, YKS, in the household of Stephen Bridgestock, an electrician The house had 5 rooms.9 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1912 and 31 December 1912  His marriage was registered between 1 October 1912 and 31 December 1912 at R.D. Ecclesall B.10 
(Groom) Marriage*24 December 1912 He married Jane Alice Duffield on 24 December 1912 at St. Mark Parish Church, Broomhall, Sheffield, YKS,
Benjamin Noton, age 46, bachelor, Store Keeper, 58 Mount? Road, Father: Thomas Wiliamson Noton (deceased), Tailor
= Jane Alice Duffield, age 41, spinster, 123 Dewsbury Lane, Father: John Duffield, Mason
In church after banns (both signed)
Wit: Joseph Thoband?, Maud M. Duffield, Trinnie? Dolls.10,11 
(Deceased) Death*1 October 1925 Benjamin Noton died on 1 October 1925 at 78 Common Side, Sheffield, YKS, Age 59.6,12,7 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1925 and 31 December 1925  His death was registered between 1 October 1925 and 31 December 1925 at R.D. Ecclesall B. Ref: 9C 380, age 59
Only Benjamin Noton 1891 - 1930!6 
(Deceased) Prob Index*24 November 1925  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Noton, Benjamin of 78 Common Side Sheffield died 1 October 1925. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Jane Alice Duffield described as Jane Alice Noton widow on 24 November 1925 by The Probate Office, Wakefield. Estate valued at £378 10s. 6d..7 

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(Groom) Marriage*24 December 1912 Benjamin Noton married Jane Alice Duffield on 24 December 1912 at St. Mark Parish Church, Broomhall, Sheffield, YKS,
Benjamin Noton, age 46, bachelor, Store Keeper, 58 Mount? Road, Father: Thomas Wiliamson Noton (deceased), Tailor
= Jane Alice Duffield, age 41, spinster, 123 Dewsbury Lane, Father: John Duffield, Mason
In church after banns (both signed)
Wit: Joseph Thoband?, Maud M. Duffield, Trinnie? Dolls.10,11 
Last Edited20 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  4. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  5. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  6. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  7. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  8. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  9. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  10. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  11. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast England Marriage Images."
  12. [S52] Private papers.

Bernard Noton1

M, #1599, b. 13 April 1893, d. 28 March 1984
FatherWalter Noton1 b. bt 1 Jan 1857 - 31 Mar 1857, d. 5 Jun 1920
MotherMary Barnes1 b. 1857
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1893 and 30 June 1893  His birth was registered between 1 April 1893 and 30 June 1893 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9c 546 Noton, Bernard mother: Barnes.2,3 
Birth*13 April 1893 Bernard Noton, son of Walter Noton and Mary Barnes, was born on 13 April 1893 at Sheffield, YKS.4,1 
 Bernard Noton was the son of Walter Noton and Mary Barnes.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 29 ct 2h Granville Street, Sheffield Park, Sheffield, YKS, listed Bernard Noton in the household of Walter Noton and Mary Barnes described as Bernard Noton, son, single, age 7, born Sheffield YKS.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 185 South Street, Sheffield, YKS, listed Bernard Noton in the household of Walter Noton and Mary Barnes described as Bernard Noton, son age 17, single, spoon & fork finisher, silversmith, worker, born Sheffield, YKS.5 
Death of Father5 June 1920 His father Walter Noton died on 5 June 1920 at Crimicar Lane Sanatorium, Sheffield, YKS.6,7 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1921 and 30 June 1921  His marriage was registered between 1 April 1921 and 30 June 1921 at R.D. Sheffield.8 
(Groom) Marriage*7 April 1921 Bernard Noton married Doris Cardwell on 7 April 1921 at United Methodist Chapel, Shrewsbury Road, Sheffield, YKS,
Bernard Noton, age 27, Bachelor, Tobacconist's Assistant, Father: Walter (Deceased) night watchman
= Doris Cardwell, age 25, spinster, Father: Joseph William (deceased).8,9 
(Distribution) Will13 September 1927 Bernard Noton was named as Bernard Noton, 1/99 share worth $90.09 in the distribution account for the Estate of Joseph Bingham dated 13 September 1927.10 
Directory*1933 Bernard Noton was named in 1933 in the Sheffield Alphabetical section of the Yorkshire, Sheffield & Rotherham, Kelly's Directory, 1933 as Noton, Bernard, assistant insur. supt., 12 Tylney Rd. Pk. (near brother Isaac) at Sheffield, YKS.11 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 He was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 276 Granville Road, Sheffield, YKS, as Noton, Bernard, male born 13 Apr 1893, married, assurance company assistant supvr?. He was enumerated with Doris Cardwell, two closed records, presumably their children..12 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*March 1984  His death was registered in March 1984 at R.D. Rotherham Vol 3, Page 1053, age 90, born 13 Apr 1893.4 
(Deceased) Death*28 March 1984 Bernard Noton died on 28 March 1984 at 76 Kiveton Lane, Todwick, YKS, Age 90.4,7 
(Deceased) Prob Index*23 May 1984  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Noton, Bernard of 76 Kiveton La Todwick nr Sheffield, died 28 Mar 1984. Authority to administer the Estate was granted |Ref: 8481603939L on 23 May 1984 by The Probate Office, Leeds. Estate valued at not exceeding £40,000|.7 

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(Groom) Marriage*7 April 1921 Bernard Noton married Doris Cardwell on 7 April 1921 at United Methodist Chapel, Shrewsbury Road, Sheffield, YKS,
Bernard Noton, age 27, Bachelor, Tobacconist's Assistant, Father: Walter (Deceased) night watchman
= Doris Cardwell, age 25, spinster, Father: Joseph William (deceased).8,9 
Last Edited7 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  4. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
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