Frederick William Schilling

M, #3415, b. 13 August 1876
ChartsDescendants of John Vincent bn 1784
Birth*13 August 1876 Frederick William Schilling was born on 13 August 1876 at Brighton, SSX.1,2 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906  His marriage was registered between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906 at R.D. Gloucester.3 
(Groom) Marriage*4 June 1906 He married Kate Vincent, daughter of Benjamin Vincent and Emily Parrott, on 4 June 1906 at At. Catharine's church, Gloucester, GLS,
(certificate shows May 4 1906, but there was a correction in the register on 16th June 1906 stating that June 4th is correct - it is signed by both parties - F.W. and K. Schilling).

Frederick William Schilling, age 29, bachelor, tailor, of 18 Sherboure Place, Cheltenham, father: William Schilling, cab proprietor
= Kate Vincent, age 25, spinster of 25 Sandhurst Road, father: Benjamin Vincent (deceased)
In church after banns (*all signed)
Wit: Frederick Alder, Helen Vincent.4 
Had a SonSeptember 1907 His son Jack Vincent Schilling was born in September 1907 at Cheltenham, GLS.1,5 
(Head) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of 2 Mona Place, Hales Road, Gloucester, WOR, as Frederick William Schilling, head, age 34, married 5 years, 1 child, living, Tailor, master, worker, worker, at home, born SSX, Brighton. He was enumerated with his wife Kate Vincent, Jack Vincent Schilling, Daisy Miriam Cole, visitor, age 22, single, domestic cook, born Adelstrop, OXF. The house had 5 rooms.6 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 He was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 19 Hales Road, Cheltenham, GLS, as Schilling, Frederick W., male, born 13 Aug 1876, married, Tailor (journeyman) (incapacitated). He was enumerated with Kate Vincent Alice Vincent, Kate's sister Alice Vincent, Mary K Martin (domestic duties) and her 9 year old daughter..2 

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(Groom) Marriage*4 June 1906 Frederick William Schilling married Kate Vincent, daughter of Benjamin Vincent and Emily Parrott, on 4 June 1906 at At. Catharine's church, Gloucester, GLS,
(certificate shows May 4 1906, but there was a correction in the register on 16th June 1906 stating that June 4th is correct - it is signed by both parties - F.W. and K. Schilling).

Frederick William Schilling, age 29, bachelor, tailor, of 18 Sherboure Place, Cheltenham, father: William Schilling, cab proprietor
= Kate Vincent, age 25, spinster of 25 Sandhurst Road, father: Benjamin Vincent (deceased)
In church after banns (*all signed)
Wit: Frederick Alder, Helen Vincent.4 
Child
Last Edited14 Feb 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  2. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  3. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  4. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "Gloucestershire Marriages."
  5. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Gloucestershire Baptisms."
  6. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.

Jack Vincent Schilling1

M, #3416, b. September 1907
FatherFrederick William Schilling1 b. 13 Aug 1876
MotherKate Vincent1 b. 15 Aug 1880
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of John Vincent bn 1784
Birth*September 1907 Jack Vincent Schilling, son of Frederick William Schilling and Kate Vincent, was born in September 1907 at Cheltenham, GLS.1,2 
 Jack Vincent Schilling was the son of Frederick William Schilling and Kate Vincent.1 
(Child) Baptism29 September 1907 Jack Vincent Schilling was baptised on 29 September 1907 at St. Pauls Church, Cheltenham, GLS, Jack Vincent of Frederick William & Kate Schilling of 28 Marle Hill Road, Cheltenham, Tailor.2 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 2 Mona Place, Hales Road, Gloucester, WOR, listed Jack Vincent Schilling in the household of Frederick William Schilling and Kate Vincent described as Jack Vincent Schilling, son age 4, born Cheltenham, GLS.3 

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Last Edited14 Feb 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  2. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Gloucestershire Baptisms."
  3. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.

Arnold Scholey

M, #3039, b. 12 April 1912, d. June 1991
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Birth*12 April 1912 Arnold Scholey was born on 12 April 1912. 
Marriage*between 1 October 1937 and 31 December 1937 He married Hilda Mary Bloom, daughter of Ernest Bloom and Emily Noton, between 1 October 1937 and 31 December 1937 at R.D. Sheffield
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 He was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of "Silcombe" Hill Top Road, Wortley, YKS, as Scholey, Arnold, male born 12 Apr 1912, married, Dental Surgeon. He was enumerated with Hilda Mary Bloom, Edith Padgen (later Tomkinson, then Bell) bn 02 Jun 1898 paid domestic servant.1 
(Administrator) Prob Index6 November 1948 Authority was granted to Arnold Scholey described as Arnold Scholey dental surgeon to administer the Estate of Ernest Bloom on 6 November 1948 at The Probate Office, London, valued at £5721 12s. 2d..2 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*June 1991  His death was registered in June 1991 at R.D. Exeter Arnold Scholey, born 12 Apr 1912
Ref: 21, 1036.3 
Death*June 1991 Arnold Scholey died in June 1991 at R.D. Exeter.3 

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Marriage*between 1 October 1937 and 31 December 1937 Arnold Scholey married Hilda Mary Bloom, daughter of Ernest Bloom and Emily Noton, between 1 October 1937 and 31 December 1937 at R.D. Sheffield
Last Edited19 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  2. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  3. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."

Cyril Schutt1

M, #2376, b. 15 February 1921, d. August 1986
ChartsDescendants of John Dickinson bn 1771/2
Descendants of John Vincent bn 1784
Descendants of John Dickinson bn 1771/2
Descendants of John Dickinson bn 1770 - In Military
Birth*15 February 1921 Cyril Schutt was born on 15 February 1921.2 
Resch Note*between 1943 and 1957 Research Note:
Children all with mother Vincent.3

 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1943 and 30 June 1943  His marriage was registered between 1 April 1943 and 30 June 1943 at R.D. Mansfield.1,4 
Marriage*between 1 April 1943 and 30 June 1943 He married Margery Vincent, daughter of John Espin Vincent and Florence Thompson, between 1 April 1943 and 30 June 1943 at R.D. Mansfield.1 
Death*August 1986 Cyril Schutt died in August 1986 at R.D. Mansfield.2 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*August 1986  His death was registered in August 1986 at R.D. Mansfield Ref: 8, 277 as Cyril Schutt, born 15 Feb 1921.2 

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Marriage*between 1 April 1943 and 30 June 1943 Cyril Schutt married Margery Vincent, daughter of John Espin Vincent and Florence Thompson, between 1 April 1943 and 30 June 1943 at R.D. Mansfield.1 
Last Edited13 Feb 2016

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Ancestry."
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeMBD."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeMBD."
  4. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeMBD."

Florence A Score1

F, #3064, b. 13 March 1887
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*13 March 1887 Florence A Score was born on 13 March 1887.1,2 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1934 and 30 September 1934  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1934 and 30 September 1934 at R.D. Wandsworth.1 
Married Namebetween 1 July 1934 and 30 September 1934  As of between 1 July 1934 and 30 September 1934, her married name was Selby.1 
Marriage*between 1 July 1934 and 30 September 1934 She married Edward James Selby, son of James Selby and Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, between 1 July 1934 and 30 September 1934 at R.D. Wandsworth.1 
(Mentioned) Newspaper12 August 1938 Florence A Score was mentioned in a newspaper article on 12 August 1938. Amongst the family mourners were Dr. and Mrs. Selby (son and daughter-in-law) at the funeral of James Selby.3
 
(Present-Second) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed next to the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 52 Castlebar Road, Ealing, MDX, as Selby, Florence A., female born 13 Mar 1887, married, unpaid domestic duties. She was enumerated with Edward James Selby, 2 closed records, presumably the children of one or both of them... and their cook..4 

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Marriage*between 1 July 1934 and 30 September 1934 Florence A Score married Edward James Selby, son of James Selby and Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, between 1 July 1934 and 30 September 1934 at R.D. Wandsworth.1 
Last Edited19 Mar 2017

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  2. [S1] Census, 1939.
  3. [S94] "Nottingham Journal, Friday 12th August 1938, p5 of 10."
  4. [S1] Census, 1939, FindmyPast.

Ethel May Scott1

F, #2060, b. between 1 April 1883 and 30 June 1883
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 1883 and 30 June 1883  Her birth was registered between 1 April 1883 and 30 June 1883 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 7b, 363 Scott, Elise May mother: Moore.2 
Birth*between 1 April 1883 and 30 June 1883 Ethel May Scott was born between 1 April 1883 and 30 June 1883 at Nottingham, NTT.1,2 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906  Her marriage was registered between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906 at R.D. Nottingham.3 
Married Namebetween 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906  As of between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906, her married name was Smith.1 
Marriage*between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906 She married Lewis Smith, son of Samuel Smith and Elizabeth Ann Clifton, between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906 at R.D. Nottingham.1 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of 281 Denman Street, Radford, NTT, as Ethel Smith, wife, married, age 28, married 6 years, no children, born Nottingham NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Lewis Smith. The house had 4 rooms. Indexed as "Louis Smirh."1 

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Marriage*between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906 Ethel May Scott married Lewis Smith, son of Samuel Smith and Elizabeth Ann Clifton, between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906 at R.D. Nottingham.1 
Last Edited12 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."

Harriett Segdwick1

F, #2800, b. 2 November 1885
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Birth*2 November 1885 Harriett Segdwick was born on 2 November 1885.1,2 
Married Name7 May 1905  As of 7 May 1905, her married name was Harriet Clifton.1 
(Bride) Marriage*7 May 1905 She married Samuel Clifton, son of Samuel Clifton and Elizabeth Soar, on 7 May 1905 at Eastwood, NTT,
Samuel Clifton, age 21, bachelor, coalminer, Eastwood, Samuel Clifton, coalminer
= Harriett Sedgwick, age 20, spinster, Eastwood, John Sedgwick, labourer
In church after banns
Wit: Alice Wray, George Wray.1 
(Not Found) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 Harriett Segdwick was not found in the 1911 UK Census
(Present-Second) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 She was listed next to the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 142 Lynn Croft, Eastwood, NTT, as Clifton, Harriett female born 02 Nov 1885, married, unpaid domestic duties. She was enumerated with Samuel Clifton, Frank Clifton, male, born 25 Mar1924, single, baker's assistant.2 
(Spouse of dec/admn) Prob Index28 May 1943 Harriett Segdwick was named as the wife of Samuel Clifton (deceased) and as administrator of his Estate on 28 May 1943 at The Probate Office, Nottingham, valued at £444 5s. 9d..3 

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(Bride) Marriage*7 May 1905 Harriett Segdwick married Samuel Clifton, son of Samuel Clifton and Elizabeth Soar, on 7 May 1905 at Eastwood, NTT,
Samuel Clifton, age 21, bachelor, coalminer, Eastwood, Samuel Clifton, coalminer
= Harriett Sedgwick, age 20, spinster, Eastwood, John Sedgwick, labourer
In church after banns
Wit: Alice Wray, George Wray.1 
Last Edited10 Mar 2018

Citations

  1. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "Eastwood, NTT."
  2. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  3. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."

Edward James Selby1

M, #1159, b. 21 July 1890, d. 16 May 1961
FatherJames Selby1 b. bt 11 Aug 1847 - 10 Aug 1848, d. 7 Aug 1938
MotherFrances Elizabeth Shipstone1 b. 28 Apr 1857, d. 22 Feb 1913
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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
Name Variation  Edward James Selby was also known as Edward J Selby.2 
Birth*21 July 1890 Edward James Selby, son of James Selby and Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, was born on 21 July 1890 at Nottingham, NTT.2,3 
 Edward James Selby was the son of James Selby and Frances Elizabeth Shipstone.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1891 and 31 March 1891  His birth was registered between 1 January 1891 and 31 March 1891 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 7b, 263 Selby, Edward James mother: Shipstone.4 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 8 Arundel Street, Lenton, NTT, listed Edward James Selby in the household of James Selby and Frances Elizabeth Shipstone described as Edward J. Selby, son age 8 months, born Lenton, NTT.5 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of Cropwell Road, Radcliffe on Trent, NTT, listed Edward James Selby in the household of James Selby and Frances Elizabeth Shipstone described as Edward J Selby, son age 10 born Nottingham, NTT.2 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of Highfield, Cropwell Road, Radcliffe-on-Trent, NTT, listed Edward James Selby in the household of James Selby and Frances Elizabeth Shipstone described as Edward James Selby, son, age 20, single, medical student, born Nottingham, NTT.6 
Death of Mother22 February 1913 His mother Frances Elizabeth Shipstone died on 22 February 1913 at Redcot, Woodborough Road, Mapperley, NTT.7 
(Administrator) Prob Index18 April 1913 Authority was granted to Edward James Selby described as Edward James Selby medical student to administer the Estate of Frances Elizabeth Shipstone on 18 April 1913 at The Probate Office, Nottingham, valued at £23051 2s..8 
Resch Note*between September 1913 and September 1926 Research Note:
An Edward James Selby marries:
Alice Mitton, Shinfal, Sep1913 Ref 6a, 1378.

An Edward J Selby marries (1915-1931)
Priscilla Jacobs, Camberwell, Sep 1924 Ref 1d, 1997
Kathleen M Bishop, Willesden, Dec 1924 Ref 31, 522
Annie E Ambridge, Paddington, Sep 1926 Ref 1a, 102
Beatrice Kerman, Hendon, Mar1930 Ref 3a, 667
(Jewish wedding - at Golder's Green synagogue - Mr. Edward J Selby of 27 Teignmouth road, Cricklewood = Beatrice Kerman - Hendon & Finchley Times 24 Jan 1930)


Paddington looks right, and Annie & Amy are easily confused.

Children are born in Paddington R.D. to Selby/Ambridge -
1927 John T
1934 Jean

They could be his?9
 
Resch Note4 November 1913 Research Note: at St. George's Hospital, London, LND,
Freemason membership records:

Name     Edward James Selby
Gender     Male
Initiation Age     22
Initiation Date     04/11/1913
Passing Date     06/01/1914
Raising Date     03/03/1914
Certificate     15/06/1914
First Payment Year on Register     1913
Year range     1913-1921
Residence     St. George's Hospital
Profession     Medical
Lodge     Lanesborough Lodge
Lodge Number     3029
Folio Number     136.10
 
Name Variation10 August 1914  As of 10 August 1914, Edward James Selby was also known as Dr. Edward J Selby M.C.R.S., L.R.C.P.11 
Directory*10 August 1914 He was named on 10 August 1914 in the Medical Directory as Edward James Selby registered as a doctor on this date. Letters: M.R.C.S. Eng., 1914; L.R.C.P. Lond. 1914.12 
Address1915  As of 1915, Edward James Selby lived at Redcot, Woodborough Road, Nottingham, NTT.11 
Name Variationbetween 1915 and 1923  As of between 1915 and 1923, Edward James Selby was also known as Edward James Selby O.B.E.13 
(Resident) Address1923  As of 1923, Edward James Selby lived at 31 South Ealing Road, Ealing, London W.5, LND.13 
Resch Notebetween 1 July 1926 and 30 September 1926 Research Note: at R.D. Paddington
May have married Annie E Ambridge, ref 1a, 102 As Selby Edward J = Ambridge, Annie E.14
 
(Resident) Address1931  As of 1931, Edward James Selby lived at 31 South Ealing Road, Ealing, London W.5, LND.15 
(Groom) Marriage*before 13 May 1931 He married Amy (=Selby) (?) before 13 May 1931.1 
(Beneficiary) Will13 May 1931 Edward James Selby was named as "my nephew Dr. Edward James Selby, husband of Amy, two silver Georgian candlesticks", a beneficiary in the Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931.1 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1934 and 30 September 1934  His marriage was registered between 1 July 1934 and 30 September 1934 at R.D. Wandsworth.14 
Marriage*between 1 July 1934 and 30 September 1934 Edward James Selby married Florence A Score between 1 July 1934 and 30 September 1934 at R.D. Wandsworth.14 
Death of Father7 August 1938 His father James Selby died on 7 August 1938 at Yacht Francis II, West Mersea, ESS.7 
(Mentioned) Newspaper12 August 1938 Edward James Selby was mentioned in a newspaper article on 12 August 1938. Amongst the family mourners were Dr. and Mrs. Selby (son and daughter-in-law) at the funeral of James Selby.16
 
(Administrator) Prob Index20 December 1938 Authority was granted to Edward James Selby described as Edward James Selby medical practitioner to administer the Estate of James Selby on 20 December 1938 at The Probate Office, Nottingham, valued at £31233 19s. 10d..8 
(Resident) Address*1939  As of 1939, Edward James Selby lived at 52 Castlebar Road, Ealing, London, W.5, LND.17 
(Mentioned) Newspaper16 January 1939 He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 16 January 1939. Probate has been granted to Edward James Selby, medical practitioner, of 52, Castlebar-road Ealing, London, for the Estate of his father (alongside his brother). All three children were named, the only beneficiaries.18
 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 He was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 52 Castlebar Road, Ealing, MDX, as Selby, Edward J., male born 21 July 1890, married, medical practitioner retired. He was enumerated with Florence A Score, 2 closed records, presumably the children of one or both of them... and their cook..3 
(Mentioned) Newspaper9 April 1941 Edward James Selby was mentioned in a newspaper article on 9 April 1941. Named as "Major E. J. Selby, represented by Mr. L. R. Mackness" one of mourners at the funeral of Dr. J. E. B. Snell.19
 
(Resident) Address1943  As of 1943, Edward James Selby lived at 52 Castlebar Road, Ealing, London W.5, LND.20 
(Subject) Newspaper28 June 1946  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 28 June 1946.

THE GRAND PRIORY IN THE BRITISH
REALM OF THE, VENERABLE ORDER OF
THE HOSPITAL OF ST. JOHN OF
JERUSALEM.

Chancery of the Order,
St. John's Gate,
Clerkenwell, London, E.C.1.
24th June, 1946.
The KING has been graciously pleased to sanction the following Promotions in, and Appointments to, the Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem: —
as serving brothers:-

Lieut.-Colonel Edward James Selby, O.B.E., M.R.C.S.21
 
(Resident) Address1947  As of 1947, Edward James Selby lived at 52 Castlebar Road, Ealing, London W.5, LND.22 
(Resident) Address1951  As of 1951, Edward James Selby lived at 52 Castlebar Road, Ealing, London W.5, LND.23 
(Resident) Address1955  As of 1955, Edward James Selby lived at 52 Castlebar Road, Ealing, London West 5, LND.24 
Death*16 May 1961 He died on 16 May 1961 at 52 Castlebar Road, Ealing, London West, LND.25 
(Subject) Newspaper*10 June 1961  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 10 June 1961.

Deaths:

Selby

On May 16, 1961, at home, 52 Castlebar Road, Ealing, London W.,
Edward James Selby, O.B.E., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.25
 
(Deceased) Prob Index*16 August 1961  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Selby Edward James of 52 Castlebar Road Ealing London W.5 died 16 May 1961. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Westminster Bank Limited on 16 August 1961 by The Probate Office, London. Estate valued at £97225 11s. 6d..8 

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Family of Edward James Selby and Florence A Score

Marriage*between 1 July 1934 and 30 September 1934 Edward James Selby married Florence A Score between 1 July 1934 and 30 September 1934 at R.D. Wandsworth.14 
Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S14] Will "Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931."
  2. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  3. [S1] Census, 1939, FindmyPast.
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  5. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  6. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  7. [S64] Index to Nottingham Church Rock Cemetery Burials "Grave 8712 "J" beech."
  8. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  9. [S15] Website FreeBMD (freebmd.org).
  10. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Freemason Membership registers 1751-1921."
  11. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry 1915."
  12. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry 1914."
  13. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry 1923."
  14. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  15. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry 1931."
  16. [S94] "Nottingham Journal, Friday 12th August 1938, p5 of 10."
  17. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry 1939."
  18. [S94] "Nottingham Journal 16 January 1939, p3 of 12."
  19. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Funeral of the Late Dr. Snell: 9th April 1951, p4 of 4."
  20. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry 1943."
  21. [S89] Periodical, "The London Gazette."
  22. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry 1947."
  23. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry 1951."
  24. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry 1955."
  25. [S89] Periodical, "British Medical Journal."

Ellis Gun Selby1,2

M, #1125, b. 2 December 1900, d. 4 January 1968
FatherJames Selby1 b. bt 11 Aug 1847 - 10 Aug 1848, d. 7 Aug 1938
MotherFrances Elizabeth Shipstone1 b. 28 Apr 1857, d. 22 Feb 1913
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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*2 December 1900 Ellis Gun Selby, son of James Selby and Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, was born on 2 December 1900 at Nottingham, NTT.1,3,4 
 Ellis Gun Selby was the son of James Selby and Frances Elizabeth Shipstone.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1901 and 31 March 1901  His birth was registered between 1 January 1901 and 31 March 1901 at R.D. Bingham Ref: 7b 489 Selby, Ellis Gunn mother: Shipstone.3,5 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of Cropwell Road, Radcliffe on Trent, NTT, listed Ellis Gun Selby in the household of James Selby and Frances Elizabeth Shipstone described as Ellis G Selby, son age 3 months born Radcliffe-in-Trent, NTT.1 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of Earnseat School, Arnside, Kendal, WES, listed Ellis Gun Selby described as Ellis Selby, boarder, age 10, school, born Radcliffe, NTT.6 
Death of Mother22 February 1913 His mother Frances Elizabeth Shipstone died on 22 February 1913 at Redcot, Woodborough Road, Mapperley, NTT.7 
(Beneficiary) Will13 May 1931 Ellis Gun Selby was named as "my nephew Ellis Gun Selby, two Sheffield plate Candlesticks", a beneficiary in the Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931.8 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934  His marriage was registered between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934 at R.D. Birmingham.9 
Marriage*between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934 Ellis Gun Selby married Kathleen Nicolson between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934 at R.D. Birmingham.9 
Death of Father7 August 1938 His father James Selby died on 7 August 1938 at Yacht Francis II, West Mersea, ESS.7 
(Mentioned) Newspaper12 August 1938 Ellis Gun Selby was mentioned in a newspaper article on 12 August 1938. Amongst the family mourners was Mr. E.G. Selby (son) at the funeral of James Selby.10
 
(Administrator) Prob Index20 December 1938 Authority was granted to Ellis Gun Selby described as Ellis Gunn Selby accountant to administer the Estate of James Selby on 20 December 1938 at The Probate Office, Nottingham, valued at £31233 19s. 10d..11 
(Mentioned) Newspaper16 January 1939 Ellis Gun Selby was mentioned in a newspaper article on 16 January 1939. Probate has been granted to Ellis Gunn Selby, accountant, of Mapperley Mount, Private-road, Nottingham, for the Estate of his father (alongside his brother). All three children were named, the only beneficiaries.12
 
(Subject) Newspaper*29 April 1939  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 29 April 1939.

Selbys (Nottingham) Ltd.

Private company, capital £5,000 in 4,500 Ordinary and 500 "A" shares of £1 each, to carry the business of opticians and lense and spectacle makers and dealers. Permanent Directors: Ellis G. Selby, Woodborough Road Nottingham, and Selby T. Cawthorne, 6 Coniston Road, Beeston, Notts.13
 
Resch Note*29 September 1939 Research Note: at 6 Coniston Road, Beeston, NTT,
"Partner in "Selbys Limited Nottingham" is
Selby T. Cawthorne is an Opthalmic & Dispensing optician, born 19 Nov 1899, living with wife Ethel M. and a paid domestic servant.

There is a Thomas Cawthorne reg Chesterfield Q Dec 1899

Possibly a cousin, hence the "Selby" name?? No known link yet.4
 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 He was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 387 Woodborough Road, Nottingham, NTT, as Selby, Ellis G., male born 2 Dec 00, married, Director & Secretary firm of opticians and dispensing opticians surgical and orthopaedic appliance makers. Royal Naval volunteer, sea ships, Aux fire service. He was enumerated with Kathleen Nicolson, 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 
(Mentioned) Newspaper9 April 1941 Ellis Gun Selby was mentioned in a newspaper article on 9 April 1941. Named as "Lieut. E. G. Selby, represented by Mr. L. R. Mackness" one of mourners at the funeral of Dr. J. E. B. Snell.14
 
(Subject) Newspaper*11 November 1941  He and Kathleen Nicolson 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).15
 
(Subject) Newspaper18 November 1941  Ellis Gun Selby and Kathleen Nicolson 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).16
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper8 December 1944 Ellis Gun Selby was mentioned in a newspaper article on 8 December 1944. Ellis Gunn Selby, one of the personal representatives of the deceased (Ronald Arthur Shipstone) in his notice of death.17
 
(Administrator) Prob Index21 November 1945 Authority was granted to Ellis Gun Selby described as Ellis Gun Selby, company director to administer the Estate of Ronald Arthur Shipstone on 21 November 1945 at The Probate Office, Nottingham, valued at £211845 14s 5d.2,11 
(Mentioned) Newspaper24 February 1947 Ellis Gun Selby was mentioned in a newspaper article on 24 February 1947. Named as Mr E.G. Selby, a mourner at the funeral of Mrs. Dorrie Shipstone.18
 
Death of Spouse14 December 1964 His wife Kathleen Nicolson died on 14 December 1964 at The Lodge, Cropwell Butler, NTT.11,19 
(Mentioned) Newspaper26 November 1965 Ellis Gun Selby was mentioned in a newspaper article on 26 November 1965. Ellis Gun Selby, husband of Kathleen Selby (executor of Estate of Kathleen Selby).20
 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1968 and 31 March 1968  His death was registered between 1 January 1968 and 31 March 1968 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 3c, 449 as Ellis G Selby, age 67.21 
(Deceased) Death*4 January 1968 He died on 4 January 1968 at The Lodge, Notts, Cropwell Butler, NTT, Age 67.21,11 
(Deceased) Prob Index*19 March 1968  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Selby, Ellis Gunn, of The Lodge, Cropwell Butler, Notts. Died 4 Jan 1968.. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to ~Probate Index described as on 19 March 1968 by The Probate Office, Nottingham. Estate valued at £70345.11 

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Marriage*between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934 Ellis Gun Selby married Kathleen Nicolson between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934 at R.D. Birmingham.9 
Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  2. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index.
  3. [S15] Website FreeBMD (freebmd.org).
  4. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  5. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  6. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  7. [S64] Index to Nottingham Church Rock Cemetery Burials "Grave 8712 "J" beech."
  8. [S14] Will "Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931."
  9. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FindMyPast."
  10. [S94] "Nottingham Journal, Friday 12th August 1938, p5 of 10."
  11. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  12. [S94] "Nottingham Journal 16 January 1939, p3 of 12."
  13. [S94] "Sheffield Daily Telegraph 29 April 1939, p17 of 20."
  14. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Funeral of the Late Dr. Snell: 9th April 1951, p4 of 4."
  15. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Domestic Servant Wanted - Cook General for Selby family 11 Nov 1941 p2 of 4."
  16. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Domestic Servant Wanted - Daily Woman for Selby family 18 Nov 1941 p2 of 4."
  17. [S87] The London Gazette, "The London Gazette 8th Dec 1944."
  18. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Funeral of Mrs. D. Shipstone Monday 24 Feb 1947."
  19. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  20. [S94] "The London Gazette, 26th November 1965, p11187."
  21. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."

James Selby1,2

M, #729, b. between 11 August 1847 and 10 August 1848, d. 7 August 1938
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*between 11 August 1847 and 10 August 1848 James Selby was born between 11 August 1847 and 10 August 1848 at Nottingham, NTT.3,4 
(Witness) Marriage16 September 1874 He witnessed the marriage of Emily Beauchamp and John Shipstone on 16 September 1874 at Wesleyan Chapel, Hornsey Road, London N., LND, John Shipstone, 29 years, bachelor, Wesleyan Methodist Minister, New Basford near Nottingham, father James Shipstone, Brewer
Emily Beauchamp, 24 years, spinster, of 18 Islington Park, Islington, father Robert Beauchamp, Wesleyan Methodist Minister.
Both signed. John Beauchamp was also a witness, as well as John's siblings Thomas, Elizabeth & Fanny Elizabeth. James Selby was also a witness (15 years before marrying John's sister Frances Elizabeth Shipstone).1,5,6,7,8 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1889 and 30 September 1889  His marriage was registered between 1 July 1889 and 30 September 1889 at R.D. Basford.9 
(Subject) Newspaper*9 August 1889  James Selby was the subject of a newspaper article on 9 August 1889.

Notice is hereby given that the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, Jane Band, formerly Gray, and James Selby, carrying-on business at 27, Pelham Street, in the town of Nottingham, as Opticians and Surgical Instrument Manufacturers, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The said business will hereafter be carried on by the said James Selby alone in the name of Gray and Selby, and by him will all debts owing to or by the late firm be received and paid. - Dated this 7th day of August 1889.
Jane Band
James Selby.10
 
(Groom) Marriage*11 September 1889 He married Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, daughter of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson, on 11 September 1889 at Wesleyan Methodist Free Chapel, New Basford, NTT,
Year: 1889
Forenames: Fanny Elizabeth
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: James
Spouse Surname: SELBY
Place: New Basford
Description: Wesleyan Methodist Free Chapel
County: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 685
Register Entry: RO/38/044.1,11,6,12,13 
(Subject) Newspaper14 September 1889  James Selby and Frances Elizabeth Shipstone were the subject of a newspaper article on 14 September 1889.

Marriages

On the 11th inst., at the Wesleyan Chapel, New Basford, by the Rev. Thomas G. Selby, brother of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. James Chapman, James Selby of Arundel Street Nottingham to Fanny Elizabeth third daughter of Mr. James Shipstone Esq., of Harby Lodge, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham.13
 
Had a Son21 July 1890 His son Edward James Selby was born on 21 July 1890 at Nottingham, NTT.4,14 
(Head) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 He was head of the household in the 1891 UK Census of 8 Arundel Street, Lenton, NTT, as James Selby, head, married, age 43, optician & surgical instrument maker, employer, born Radford, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, Edward James Selby, Emma E Atkin & Lilly Atkin, domestic servants aged 27 and 15.. The last servant was written at the very bottom of the page, as they had run out of space.15 
Had a Daughter17 November 1891 His daughter Mary Shipstone Selby was born on 17 November 1891 at Nottingham, NTT.4,16,17 
(Witness) Burial26 October 1897 James Selby witnessed the burial of James Shipstone on 26 October 1897 at Church (Rock) Cemetery, Nottingham, NTT.18 
Had a Son2 December 1900 His son Ellis Gun Selby was born on 2 December 1900 at Nottingham, NTT.4,16,14 
(Mentioned) Newspaper30 March 1901 James Selby was mentioned in a newspaper article on 30 March 1901. Mr. Jas. Selby, a principal mourner at the burial of his sister-in-law, the late Mrs. Jane Fowler.19
 
(Head) Cen-Househ*31 March 1901 He was head of the household in the 1901 UK Census of Cropwell Road, Radcliffe on Trent, NTT, as James Selby, age 53, optician and surgical instrument maker, employer, born Nottingham, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, Edward James Selby, Mary Shipstone Selby and Ellis Gun Selby, Elizabeth Elliot, housemaid & Sarah Thorpe, Cook. Next door but one to Sarah Herrod? (Widow age 67) a retired maltster! and next door to her, Percy Godber, age 29 maltster.4 
(Mentioned) Newspaper24 September 1910 James Selby was mentioned in a newspaper article on 24 September 1910. As Mr. J. Selby, a personal mourner at the funeral of Robert Halford.20
 
(Head) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of Highfield, Cropwell Road, Radcliffe-on-Trent, NTT, as James Selby, head, age 43 (should be 63), married 22 years, optician, employer, born Nottingham, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, Edward James Selby and Mary Shipstone Selby, 2 servants - Annie Chiltern & Lizzie Burton. The house had 12 rooms. Also nearby are Alexander and Harriett Selby of age to be James' parents.21 
Death of Spouse22 February 1913 His wife Frances Elizabeth Shipstone died on 22 February 1913 at Redcot, Woodborough Road, Mapperley, NTT.3 
(Spouse of dec/admn) Prob Index18 April 1913 James Selby described as James Selby optician was named as the husband of Frances Elizabeth Shipstone (deceased) and as administrator of her Estate on 18 April 1913 at The Probate Office, Nottingham, valued at £23051 2s..22 
Marriage of Daughter6 November 1924 His daughter Mary Shipstone Selby married Leonard Raimes Mackness, son of Owen Mackness, on 6 November 1924 at Presbyterian Church, Mansfield Road, Nottingham, NTT.23,24,25 
(Resident) Address*7 August 1938  As of 7 August 1938, James Selby lived at Redcot, Woodborough Road, Radcliffe on Trent, NTT.3 
(Deceased) Death*7 August 1938 He died on 7 August 1938 at Yacht Francis II, West Mersea, ESS.3 
Address7 August 1938  As of 7 August 1938, James Selby lived at Redcot, Woodborough Road, Nottingham, NTT.22 
(Subject) Newspaper9 August 1938  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 9 August 1938.

Former City Optician
Mr. James Selby Dies on His Yacht While Cruising

Mr. James Selby, of "Redcot", Woodborough-road Nottingham, who was in business as an optician in Nottingham and Mansfield for many years, died on his yacht Frances II.

The yacht was in West Mersey.

Until his retirement in 1911 he was associated with Gray and Selby on Nottingham, of which he was one of the founders.

He first entered business at the age of 15, and when we was 24 went into the partnership which commenced the firm. Mr. Selby, (who was in his 91st year) had been associated with the business since that time.

Yachting was Mr. Selby's hobby, practically all his life and at the time of his death he was on a cruise.

He was keenly interested in matters connected with the Thoroton Society and he was also associated with St. Columba Presbyterian Church.

Mr. Selby married a daughter of the late Mr. James Shipstone and he leaves two sons and a daughter. His eldest son is a physician and surgeon in London.26
 
(Interred) Burial*11 August 1938 He was buried on 11 August 1938 at Church or "Rock" Cemetery, Forest Recreation Ground, Nottingham, NTT, Age 90 at death. Buried in same plot as his wife, who predeceased him in 1913.3 
(Subject) Newspaper12 August 1938  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 12 August 1938.

Died on Yacht

Nottingham funeral tribute to Mr. James Selby


James Selby, who died in his yacht at West Mersea, Essex, on Sunday, at the age of 90, was buried at Nottingham Church Cemetery yesterday in the grave of his wife, who died in 1913.

For many years a leading optician in Nottingham, he became a partner in the firm of Grey and Selby, retiring in 1911. His home was at "Redcot", Woodborough-road, Nottingham.

The Rev. B.S. Ainley, vicar of St. Augustine's, New Basford, conducted a service in the cemetery chapel, and officiated at the graveside.

The family mourners were: Dr. and Mrs. Selby (son and daughter-in-law), Mr. E.G. Selby (son), Mr. Leonard Mackness (son-in-law), Lieut. commander G. Mackness, Mr. J.H. Shipstone (nephews) and Master and Miss Selby (grand-children).

Among the general mourners were Mr. G.H. Parnell, senior partner of Messrs. Gray and Selby, and Mr. Sydney A.C. Bull, another partner, Mr. A.E. Sellers and Mr. J. Currie (Messrs. Clifton, Woodward and Smith), Dr. G.O. Gauld, Mr. M. Ratcliff, Mr. A. Stallabrass (Mansfield-road Presbyterian Church), Mr. A.P. Spreckley, Mr. W.A. Boot, Mr. Pidcock, Mr. Charles Parker, together with members of staff of Messrs. Gray and Selby, who walked in the funeral cortege.

There were wreaths from the Mansfield-road Presbyterian Church and the staff of Messrs. Gray and Selby.27
 
(Deceased) Prob Index*20 December 1938  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Selby, James of Redcot Woodborough Road Nottingham died 7 August 1938 at the Yacht Frances II West Mersea Essex. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Edward James Selby and Ellis Gun Selby described as Edward James Selby medical practitioner and Ellis Gunn Selby accountant on 20 December 1938 by The Probate Office, Nottingham. Estate valued at £31233 19s. 10d..22 
(Subject) Newspaper16 January 1939  James Selby was the subject of a newspaper article on 16 January 1939.

Local Wills

Nottingham Optician Leaves £31,233

Mr. James Selby, of "Redcot", Woodborough-road Nottingham, formerly in business as an optician at Nottingham and Mansfield, who was in his 91st year when he died on board his yacht, left estate value £31,233 with net £16,988 (duty paid £3,449).

Probate has been granted to Edward James Selby, medical practitioner, of 52, Castlebar-road Ealing, London, and Ellis Gunn Selby, accountant, of Mapperley Mount, Private-road, Nottingham, sons.

He left everything between his children Edward James Selby, Ellis Gunn Selby and Mary Shipstone Mackness.28
 
Anecdote*1969 "Auntie Fanny, who married James Selby, (of Gray and Selby, Pelham Street) had two children — Marie and Richard. I remember when I would be about twelve or fourteen years of age, staying with the family at their home in Arundle Street, for a week-end, and how very pretty little Marie was who would be about eighteen months to two years, and shared my room. I could never forget her shock of lovely curly golden head of hair, and the loveliness of my little cousin of whom I was very proud; but she was oh so shy !"29 

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(Groom) Marriage*11 September 1889 James Selby married Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, daughter of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson, on 11 September 1889 at Wesleyan Methodist Free Chapel, New Basford, NTT,
Year: 1889
Forenames: Fanny Elizabeth
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: James
Spouse Surname: SELBY
Place: New Basford
Description: Wesleyan Methodist Free Chapel
County: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 685
Register Entry: RO/38/044.1,11,6,12,13 
Children
Last Edited3 Jan 2021

Citations

  1. [S14] Will "James Shipstone, probate 21 Jan 1898."
  2. [S14] Will "James (II) Shipstone, written 24 May 1922, codicil 28 Jun 1922."
  3. [S64] Index to Nottingham Church Rock Cemetery Burials "Grave 8712 "J" beech."
  4. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  5. [S15] Website FreeBMD (freebmd.org) "FreeBMD match to John Shipstone = Beauchamp."
  6. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage.
  7. [S40] Nottingham Guardian Journal, "25 Sep 1874."
  8. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "St. Mary Islington, MDX."
  9. [S15] Website FreeBMD (freebmd.org) "FreeBMD gave match on same reference for both."
  10. [S87] The London Gazette, "Dissolved partnerships: August 9th 1889."
  11. [S14] Will "James Shipstone, written 9 May 1895."
  12. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Findmypast."
  13. [S40] Nottingham Guardian Journal, "Births Marriages and Deaths;14th Sep 1889, p3 of 8."
  14. [S1] Census, 1939, FindmyPast.
  15. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  16. [S15] Website FreeBMD (freebmd.org).
  17. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  18. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Article: "Funeral of the Late Mr. James Shipstone.""
  19. [S40] Nottingham Guardian Journal, "Nottingham Journal 30 March 1901 p8 of 8, "Funeral of Mrs. Fowler.""
  20. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Mr Robert Halford J.P> - death of prominant businessman: Saturday 24 Sep 1910 p7 of 8."
  21. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  22. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  23. [S14] Will "Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931."
  24. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  25. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, ""Divorcee Decree for Nottm Wife" 15 Oct 1943."
  26. [S94] "Nottingham Journal 09 August 1938, p4 of 12."
  27. [S94] "Nottingham Journal, Friday 12th August 1938, p5 of 10."
  28. [S94] "Nottingham Journal 16 January 1939, p3 of 12."
  29. [S73] A.E. (Nan) Snell Book - The Velvet Years "Memoirs of Annie Eliza Snell, nee Shipstone."

Mary Shipstone Selby1,2,3

F, #1124, b. 17 November 1891, d. 9 April 1981
FatherJames Selby1 b. bt 11 Aug 1847 - 10 Aug 1848, d. 7 Aug 1938
MotherFrances Elizabeth Shipstone1 b. 28 Apr 1857, d. 22 Feb 1913
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1891 and 31 December 1891  Her birth was registered between 1 October 1891 and 31 December 1891 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 7b 285 Selby, Mary Shipstone mother: Shipstone.3,4 
Birth*17 November 1891 Mary Shipstone Selby, daughter of James Selby and Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, was born on 17 November 1891 at Nottingham, NTT.1,3,5 
 Mary Shipstone Selby was the daughter of James Selby and Frances Elizabeth Shipstone.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of Cropwell Road, Radcliffe on Trent, NTT, listed Mary Shipstone Selby in the household of James Selby and Frances Elizabeth Shipstone described as Mary S Selby, daughter age 9 born Nottingham, NTT.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of Highfield, Cropwell Road, Radcliffe-on-Trent, NTT, listed Mary Shipstone Selby in the household of James Selby and Frances Elizabeth Shipstone described as Mary Shipstone Selby, daughter, age 19, single, born Nottingham, NTT.6 
Death of Mother22 February 1913 Her mother Frances Elizabeth Shipstone died on 22 February 1913 at Redcot, Woodborough Road, Mapperley, NTT.7 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1924 and 31 December 1924  Her marriage was registered between 1 October 1924 and 31 December 1924 at R.D. Nottingham.8,9 
Married Name6 November 1924  As of 6 November 1924, her married name was Mackness.2,10 
(Bride) Marriage*6 November 1924 Mary Shipstone Selby married Leonard Raimes Mackness, son of Owen Mackness, on 6 November 1924 at Presbyterian Church, Mansfield Road, Nottingham, NTT.2,9,10 
Had a Son1930 Her son James Selby Mackness was born in 1930.11,12 
(Beneficiary) Will13 May 1931 Mary Shipstone Selby was named as "my niece Mary Shipstone Mackness the wife of Leonard Mackness, my Queen Victoria Tea Service and one half in number of my old silver spoons and forks", a beneficiary in the Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931.2 
Death of Father7 August 1938 Her father James Selby died on 7 August 1938 at Yacht Francis II, West Mersea, ESS.7 
(Mentioned) Newspaper16 January 1939 Mary Shipstone Selby was mentioned in a newspaper article on 16 January 1939. Mary Shipstone Mackness was named as a beneficiary in the Estate of her father. All three children were named, the only beneficiaries.13
 
(Present-Second) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed next to the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of Roseview, Alexandra Park, Nottingham, NTT, as Mackness, Mary S., female born 17 Nov 1891, married, housewife. She was enumerated with Leonard Raimes Mackness, 2 closed records - presumably their children, and 3 servants - Lilian M Rushton - Childrens nurse, Kitty M Fowler (later Neale) - house parlourmaid and Elsie M Randell (later Burton) - cook general.14 
Divorce*15 October 1943 Mary Shipstone Selby and Leonard Raimes Mackness were divorced on 15 October 1943. 
(Subject) Newspaper15 October 1943  Mary Shipstone Selby and Leonard Raimes Mackness were the subject of a newspaper article on 15 October 1943.

Divorce Decree for Nottingham Wife

Sequel to watch On Husband


A decree nisi was granted in the Divorce Court to-day to Mrs. Mary Shipstone Mackness, of Alexandra Park, Nottingham, for divorce from Leonard Raimes Mackness, on the grounds of adultery. The suit was not defended.

Mr. and Mrs. Mackness were married at the Mansfield-road Presbyterian Church, Nottingham, on November 6th 1924, and lived in Nottingham.

Mrs.Mackness's case was that last year her husband told her that he was interested in someone else - she gathered a clerk in his office - and a separation deed followed.

She had her husband watched, and found he was visiting a house in Wimbledon-road, Nottingham at week-ends.15
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper24 February 1947 Mary Shipstone Selby was mentioned in a newspaper article on 24 February 1947. Named as Mrs. M.S. Mackness, a mourner at the funeral of Mrs. Dorrie Shipstone.16
 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 April 1981 and 30 June 1981  Her death was registered between 1 April 1981 and 30 June 1981 at R.D. Basford Ref: 8, 0005; born 17 Nov 1891.5 
Death*9 April 1981 She died on 9 April 1981 at The Grange Private Nursing Home Elm Av., Attenborough, NTT.5,17,18 
(Deceased) Prob Index*5 August 1981  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Mackness, Mary Shipstone of The Grange Private Nursing Home Elm Av., Attenborough Notts died 9 April 1981. Authority to administer the Estate was granted on 5 August 1981 at The Probate Office, Manchester. Estate valued at £333223. Ref: 814300039P.18 
(Subject) Newspaper*19 September 1981  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 19 September 1981.

Deaths:

Mackness,
Mrs. Mary Shipstone, of Attenborough, Notts. £332,630.17
 
Resch Note*May 2010 Research Note:
(an unknown value).11
 

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(Bride) Marriage*6 November 1924 Mary Shipstone Selby married Leonard Raimes Mackness, son of Owen Mackness, on 6 November 1924 at Presbyterian Church, Mansfield Road, Nottingham, NTT.2,9,10 
Divorce*15 October 1943 Mary Shipstone Selby and Leonard Raimes Mackness were divorced on 15 October 1943. 
Child
Last Edited8 May 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  2. [S14] Will "Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931."
  3. [S15] Website FreeBMD (freebmd.org).
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  5. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  6. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  7. [S64] Index to Nottingham Church Rock Cemetery Burials "Grave 8712 "J" beech."
  8. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage.
  9. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  10. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, ""Divorcee Decree for Nottm Wife" 15 Oct 1943."
  11. [S63] Information supplied by Researcher 11 "Interview with James Mackness."
  12. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://announcements.telegraph.co.uk/deaths/162538/mackness."
  13. [S94] "Nottingham Journal 16 January 1939, p3 of 12."
  14. [S1] Census, 1939, FindmyPast.
  15. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, ""Divorcee Decree for Nottm Wife" Friday 15 Oct 1943 p1 of 4."
  16. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Funeral of Mrs. D. Shipstone Monday 24 Feb 1947."
  17. [S43] The Times, "The Times, Saturday 19th September 1981, Page 10, column C."
  18. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."

Rebecca Selby1

F, #1341
Married Name2 July 1776  As of 2 July 1776, her married name was Gregory.1 
(Bride) Marriage*2 July 1776 Rebecca Selby married John Gregory, son of John GREGORY and Mary (=Gregory) (?), on 2 July 1776 at Blidworth, NTT,
John Gregory = Rebecca Selby.2 
Resch Notebetween 1778 and 1791 Research Note: at Blidworth, NTT,
Birth of a number of children
William
Joseph
Sarah
Mary
Richard
Hannah
Thomas
Catherine
Rebecca.3
 

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(Bride) Marriage*2 July 1776 Rebecca Selby married John Gregory, son of John GREGORY and Mary (=Gregory) (?), on 2 July 1776 at Blidworth, NTT,
John Gregory = Rebecca Selby.2 
Last Edited17 Aug 2011

Citations

  1. [S31] Parochial Records, Burials "Blidworth BT's."
  2. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "Blidworth BT's, NTT."
  3. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Blidworth, NTT."

Christopher Sam Selka1

M, #2515, b. 23 October 1957, d. February 2004
FatherJoseph Arthur Selka1 b. 25 Jul 1915, d. May 2005
MotherKathleen Joan Ridings1 b. bt 1 Jul 1924 - 30 Sep 1924, d. 16 Aug 2010
Relationship4th cousin of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1957 and 31 December 1957  His birth was registered between 1 October 1957 and 31 December 1957 at R.D. Bradford Ref: 2b, 122 Selka, Christopher S., mother: Ridings.1,2 
Birth*23 October 1957 Christopher Sam Selka, son of Joseph Arthur Selka and Kathleen Joan Ridings, was born on 23 October 1957 at R.D. Bradford.1 
 Christopher Sam Selka was the son of Joseph Arthur Selka and Kathleen Joan Ridings.1 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*February 2004  His death was registered in February 2004 at R.D. Bradford Name:
Christopher Sam Selka

Birth Date:
23 Oct 1957

Date of Registration:
Feb 2004

Age at Death:
46

Registration District:
Bradford

Inferred County:
Yorkshire

Register Number:
E74A

District and Subdistrict:
081/1E

Entry number:
13.2 
Death*February 2004 Christopher Sam Selka died in February 2004 at R.D. Bradford.2 

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

David Selka

M, #1178, b. 11 September 1918, d. 11 March 1955
FatherSalomon Selka b. 30 May 1880, d. 5 Nov 1936
MotherHelen Shipstone Vinter b. 21 Dec 1882, d. 24 Dec 1958
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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*11 September 1918 David Selka, son of Salomon Selka and Helen Shipstone Vinter, was born on 11 September 1918 at R.D. Bradford.1,2 
 David Selka was the son of Salomon Selka and Helen Shipstone Vinter
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1918 and 31 December 1918  His birth was registered between 1 October 1918 and 31 December 1918 at R.D. Bradford Ref: 9b, 185 Selka, David mother: Vinter.3 
Death of Father5 November 1936 His father Salomon Selka died on 5 November 1936 at Upper Syke, Clayton, Bradford, YKS.4,5 
(Mentioned) Newspaper7 November 1936 David Selka was mentioned in a newspaper article on 7 November 1936. One of Mr. Selka's five sons, Joseph. Michael, David, Ralph, and Max, at their father's funeral.6
 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 The 1939 UK Register of 68 Emm Lane, Bradford, WRY, listed David Selka in the household of Helen Shipstone Vinter described as Selka, David male born 11 Sep 1918, single, student (indexed as Doris...)2 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1943 and 30 June 1943  His marriage was registered between 1 April 1943 and 30 June 1943 at R.D. Bradford.7 
Marriage*between 1 April 1943 and 30 June 1943 David Selka married Luella Frances Hudson between 1 April 1943 and 30 June 1943 at R.D. Bradford.8 
(Subject) Newspaper*27 March 1945  David Selka and Luella Frances Hudson were the subject of a newspaper article on 27 March 1945.

Births

Selka

March 24, at Godalming to Mr. And Mrs. David SELKA (nee Luella Hudson), a daughter.9
 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1955 and 31 March 1955  His death was registered between 1 January 1955 and 31 March 1955 at R.D. Northampton Ref 3b, 669 David Selka, age 36.10,4 
(Deceased) Death-Alt10 March 1955 David Selka died on 10 March 1955 at R.D. Northampton.11,4 
Address*11 March 1955  As of 11 March 1955, David Selka lived at 68 Emm Lane, Heaton, Bradford, YKS.5 
(Deceased) Death*11 March 1955 He died on 11 March 1955 at St. Andrew's Hospital, Northampton, NTH, Age 36.5,4 
Address11 March 1955  As of 11 March 1955, David Selka lived at 68 Emm Lane, Heaton, Bradford, YKS.5 
(Interred) Burial*after 11 March 1955 He was buried after 11 March 1955 at Section A, Row C, Grave 10, Bradford Reform Cemetery, Bradford, YKS, "David Selka
11.9.1918 - 11.3.1955
Loving devoted husband and father
gave loyal service to his country
from 1940 - 1945. As research scientist
attached to the Admiralty.
Admiralty signal establishment.
Portsmouth and Witley."12 
(Deceased) Prob Index*19 November 1955  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Selka, David of 68 Emm Lane, Heaton, Bradford, died 11 Mar 1955 at St. Andrew's Hospital, Northampton. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Helen Shipstone Vinter described as Helen Shipstone Selka widow and Henry Swarbrick incorporated accountant. on 19 November 1955 by The Probate Office, London. Estate valued at £34524 9s. 3d..5 

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Marriage*between 1 April 1943 and 30 June 1943 David Selka married Luella Frances Hudson between 1 April 1943 and 30 June 1943 at R.D. Bradford.8 
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Citations

  1. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://bradfordjewish.org.uk/solomon-selka-1880-1936/."
  2. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  4. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  5. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  6. [S94] "Yorkshire Post Friday 07 Nov 1936 P7 of 22."
  7. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Ancestry."
  8. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  9. [S94] "Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer 27 Mar 1945 Births p2 of 6."
  10. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths.
  11. [S3] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Helen Shipston Selka and Solomon Selka have a son David born Bradford in 1927, died 10 Mar 1955.
  12. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://www.jewishgen.org/jcr-uk/Community/Bradford/Bradford_Cemeteries/Cemetery_menu.htm."

Joseph Arthur Selka1,2

M, #1733, b. 25 July 1915, d. May 2005
FatherSalomon Selka1 b. 30 May 1880, d. 5 Nov 1936
MotherHelen Shipstone Vinter1 b. 21 Dec 1882, d. 24 Dec 1958
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1915 and 30 September 1915  His birth was registered between 1 July 1915 and 30 September 1915 at R.D. Bradford Ref: 9b, 257 Selka, Joseph Arthur mother: Vinter.1 
Birth*25 July 1915 Joseph Arthur Selka, son of Salomon Selka and Helen Shipstone Vinter, was born on 25 July 1915 at R.D. Bradford.1,2,3 
 Joseph Arthur Selka was the son of Salomon Selka and Helen Shipstone Vinter.1 
Death of Father5 November 1936 His father Salomon Selka died on 5 November 1936 at Upper Syke, Clayton, Bradford, YKS.2,4 
(Mentioned) Newspaper6 November 1936 Joseph Arthur Selka was mentioned in a newspaper article on 6 November 1936. Mentioned as the eldest son of Mr. Solomon Selka deceased, Mr. Joseph Arthur Selka, came of age three months ago.5
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper7 November 1936 He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 7 November 1936. One of Mr. Selka's five sons, Joseph. Michael, David, Ralph, and Max, at their father's funeral.6
 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 The 1939 UK Register of 68 Emm Lane, Bradford, WRY, listed Joseph Arthur Selka in the household of Helen Shipstone Vinter described as Selka, Joseph male born 25 Jul 1915, single, Director textile mill.3 
(Subject) Newspaper*10 January 1945  Joseph Arthur Selka was the subject of a newspaper article on 10 January 1945.

Havoc Amongst Enemy Ships

Bradford Man in Fiords raid


Three forces of coastal Command Mosquitos and Beaufighters swept over the fiords of Norway yesterday afternoon in snow and ice to deliver damaging attacks on enemy shipping.

The last crew to leave the target area saw a modern cargo-liner lying on its side burning, a small modern oil-burning merchantman disappearing under the water, a large sized ship ablaze and two smaller merchant ships hit.

The Mosquitos went down from 2,000 feet to sea level, to fire dozens of rockets into the ships.

"A large vessel alongside the quay was well on fire when we left" said Flight Lieutenant J. A. Selka of 68 Emm Lane, Bradford, Yorkshire. "We dived down on it, and although men on the quay were running for safety, the whole attack was over in under a minute. There was a fair amount of flak, but we all returned safely".7
 
Resch Note*28 October 1947 Research Note:
Royal Aero Club Aviators certificate no. 23622
Selka, Joseph Arthur of 68A Emm Lane, Bradford

Born: 25th July 1915 at Bradford
Nationality: Nritish (sic)
Rank: Textile manager
Certificate taken on: Auster
At: Yorkshire Aero Club
Date: 28th October 1947.8
 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1952 and 30 June 1952  His marriage was registered between 1 April 1952 and 30 June 1952 at R.D. Middleton.9 
Marriage*between 1 April 1952 and 30 June 1952 He married Kathleen Joan Ridings between 1 April 1952 and 30 June 1952 at R.D. Middleton.10 
Had a Son23 October 1957 His son Christopher Sam Selka was born on 23 October 1957 at R.D. Bradford.1 
Death of Mother24 December 1958 His mother Helen Shipstone Vinter died on 24 December 1958 at 68 Emm Lane, Heaton, Bradford, YKS.2,4 
(Administrator) Prob Index26 February 1959 Authority was granted to Joseph Arthur Selka described as Joseph Arthur Selka company director (with Michael Selka) to administer the Estate of Helen Shipstone Vinter on 26 February 1959 at The Probate Office, Wakefield, valued at £33781 2s. 1d..4 
Death of SonFebruary 2004 His son Christopher Sam Selka died in February 2004 at R.D. Bradford.2 
(Deceased) Death*May 2005 Joseph Arthur Selka died in May 2005 at R.D. Bradford Age 89.2 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*May 2005  His death was registered in May 2005 at R.D. Bradford Joseph Arthur Selka,
Register number: F70A
District and Subdistrict: 081/1F
Entry number: 156
Age 89.2 

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Marriage*between 1 April 1952 and 30 June 1952 Joseph Arthur Selka married Kathleen Joan Ridings between 1 April 1952 and 30 June 1952 at R.D. Middleton.10 
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Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  3. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  4. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  5. [S94] "Yorkshire Post Friday 06 Nov 1936 P5 of 20."
  6. [S94] "Yorkshire Post Friday 07 Nov 1936 P7 of 22."
  7. [S94] "Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer 10 Jan 1945 "Havoc Amongst Enemy Ships" p1 of 6."
  8. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Royal Aero Club Aviators Certificates."
  9. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Ancestry."
  10. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."

Michael Selka1

M, #1734, b. 15 January 1917, d. between 1 October 1978 and 31 December 1978
FatherSalomon Selka1 b. 30 May 1880, d. 5 Nov 1936
MotherHelen Shipstone Vinter1 b. 21 Dec 1882, d. 24 Dec 1958
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1917 and 31 March 1917  His birth was registered between 1 January 1917 and 31 March 1917 at R.D. Bradford Ref: 9b, 235 Selka, Michael mother: Vinter.1 
Birth*15 January 1917 Michael Selka, son of Salomon Selka and Helen Shipstone Vinter, was born on 15 January 1917 at R.D. Bradford.1,2 
 Michael Selka was the son of Salomon Selka and Helen Shipstone Vinter.1 
(Mentioned) Newspaper7 November 1936 Michael Selka was mentioned in a newspaper article on 7 November 1936. One of Mr. Selka's five sons, Joseph. Michael, David, Ralph, and Max, at their father's funeral.3
 
(Administrator) Prob Index26 February 1959 Authority was granted to Michael Selka described as Michael Selka, company director (with Joseph Arthur Selka) to administer the Estate of Helen Shipstone Vinter on 26 February 1959 at The Probate Office, Wakefield, valued at £33781 2s. 1d..4 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1978 and 31 December 1978  His death was registered between 1 October 1978 and 31 December 1978 at R.D. Bradford Ref: 4, 0306 Michael Selka born 15 Jan 1917.2 
Death*between 1 October 1978 and 31 December 1978 Michael Selka died between 1 October 1978 and 31 December 1978 at R.D. Bradford.2 
(Subject) Newspaper*1978  He was the subject of a newspaper article in 1978.

Obituary
Mr. Michael Selka


Mr. Michael Selka, a director of Stroud Riley Drummond Ltd., of Bradford, has died suddenly.

Mr. Selka was highly respected by all the staff and employees of the firm and indeed by the many who knew him in the wool textile trade, in which he had been so involved for almost all his life.

He was a member of the board of the former Bradford and District Manufacturers' Federation and the general council of the recently formed Wool Textile Manufacturers' Federation.5
 

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Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  3. [S94] "Yorkshire Post Friday 07 Nov 1936 P7 of 22."
  4. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  5. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://bradfordjewish.org.uk/solomon-selka-1880-1936/."

Raphael Selka1

M, #1735, b. 26 December 1920, d. 29 May 1991
FatherSalomon Selka1 b. 30 May 1880, d. 5 Nov 1936
MotherHelen Shipstone Vinter1 b. 21 Dec 1882, d. 24 Dec 1958
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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*26 December 1920 Raphael Selka, son of Salomon Selka and Helen Shipstone Vinter, was born on 26 December 1920 at R.D. N. Bierley.1,2,3 
 Raphael Selka was the son of Salomon Selka and Helen Shipstone Vinter.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1921 and 30 September 1921  His birth was registered between 1 July 1921 and 30 September 1921 at R.D. N. Bierley Ref: 9b, 56 Selka, Raphael mother: Vinten (sic).1 
Death of Father5 November 1936 His father Salomon Selka died on 5 November 1936 at Upper Syke, Clayton, Bradford, YKS.2,4 
(Mentioned) Newspaper7 November 1936 Raphael Selka was mentioned in a newspaper article on 7 November 1936. One of Mr. Selka's five sons, Joseph. Michael, David, Ralph, and Max, at their father's funeral.5
 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 The 1939 UK Register of 68 Emm Lane, Bradford, WRY, listed Raphael Selka in the household of Helen Shipstone Vinter described as Selka, Raphael male born 26 Dec 1920, single, student.3 
Death of Mother24 December 1958 His mother Helen Shipstone Vinter died on 24 December 1958 at 68 Emm Lane, Heaton, Bradford, YKS.2,4 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*May 1991  His death was registered in May 1991 at R.D. York Raphael Selka, born 26 Dec 1920
Registration district: York
Inferred County: Yorkshire
Volume: 2
Page: 2865.2 
(Interred) Burial*29 May 1991 Raphael Selka was buried on 29 May 1991 at Section 3, Row S, Grave 13, Bradford Orthodox Cemetery, Bradford, YKS, "Also in memory of
their beloved son
Raphael
Who died May 29th 1991"
With his parents, Solomon and Helen Selka.6 
Death*29 May 1991 He died on 29 May 1991 at R.D. York.2,7 

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Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  3. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  4. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  5. [S94] "Yorkshire Post Friday 07 Nov 1936 P7 of 22."
  6. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://www.jewishgen.org/jcr-uk/Community/Bradford/Bradford_Cemeteries/Cemetery_menu.htm."
  7. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://bradfordjewish.org.uk/."

Salomon Selka1,2

M, #1179, b. 30 May 1880, d. 5 November 1936
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
Name Variation  Salomon Selka was also known as Solomon. 
Birth-Alt1880 Salomon Selka was also reported to have been born in 1880 at Russia.3 
(Child) Birth*30 May 1880 Salomon Selka was born on 30 May 1880 at Butschowitz, Moravia, Austria, Parents Joseph and Charlotte Selka.4,5,6 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 15 Imperial Street, Leeds, YKS, listed Salomon Selka described as Solomon Salker, boarder, single, age 20, cabinet maker, worker, born Russia (Russian Subject) with Samuel Donnesburg, head of household, boot finisher, also a Russian Subject, in the "Russian Quarter" of Leeds, amongst other Russian families. Was this our Solomon Selka? If so, was he actually born in Russia?.3 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 17 Farcliffe Terr., Bradford, YKS, listed Salomon Selka described as Salomo Selka, boarder age 30, single, stuff merchant's manager, born Austria (Resident), Nationality Austrian, in a boarding house run by Florence Wood age 45. William Harbutt age 35 was also a boarder, born Retford, NTT. The house had 12 rooms.7 
Naturalization*13 February 1912 He was naturalized on 13 February 1912 at 7 Parkinsons Chambers, Hustergate, Bradford, YKS, Home Office number: 208454
Certificate number: 21320

(A.
Naturalization Acts, 1870
Certificate of Naturalization to an alien)

(Whereas)
Saloman Selka, an Alien, residing at 17 Farcliffe Terrace, Bradford, Yorkshire (has presented to me, the Right Honorable) Reginald McKenna (one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, a Memorial, praying for a Certificate of Naturalization, and alleging that he is a Subject of ) Austria having been born at Butschowitz, in the County of Moravia, on the 30th May 1880, and is the son of Joseph and Charlotte Selka, both subjects of Austria = a stuff merchant's manager = is unmarried.
(and that in the period of eight years preceding his application he has resided for five years within the United Kingdon, and intends, when naturalized, to reside therein:
And whereas I have inquired into the circumstances of the case, and having received such evidence as I have deemed necessary for proving the truth of the allegations contained in such Memorial, so far as the same relate the the Memorialist:
Now in pursuance of the authority given to me by the said Acts, I grant to the aforesaid)
Salomon Selka
(this certificate and declare that he is hereby naturalized as a British Subject, and that, upon taking the Oath of Allegiance, he shall in the United Kingdom be entitled to all political and other rights, powers and privileges, and be subject to all the obligations, to which a natural-born British Subject is entitled or subject in the United Kingdom; with this qualification, that he shall not, when within limits of the Foreign State of which he was a Subject, be deemed as a British Subject of that State in persuance of the laws thereof, or in persuance of a Treaty to that effect.
In witness whereof I have hereto subscribed my name this) 6th day of February 1912

Home Office London
/
Oath of Allegiance

I Saloman Selka
(swear by Almighty God that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to His Majesty King George the Fifth, His Heirs and Successors, according to law.
So help me God.)

Salomon Selka
(sworn and subscribed) 13th day of February 1912
(before me)
Wilfred Dunn
(A commissioner for Oaths)
7 Parkinsons Chambers,
Hustlergate, Bradford

(stamped "Home Office Registered 16th February 1912").6 
(Subject) Newspaper*1 March 1912  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 1 March 1912.

The London Gazette 1 March 1912
The Naturalization Act 1870.

List of Aliens to whom certificates of Naturalization or of Readmission to British Nationality have been granted by the Secretary of State, and whose oaths of allegiance have been registered in the Home Office during the month of February 1912.

Name, Country, Date of Oath, Place of residence:

Selka, Solomon; Austria; 13th February 1912; Bradford Yorks, 17 Farcliffe Terrace.5
 
(Groom) MC-Regbetween 1 October 1912 and 31 December 1912  His marriage was registered between 1 October 1912 and 31 December 1912 at R.D. Leeds.8 
Name Variationbetween 1 October 1912 and 31 December 1912  As of between 1 October 1912 and 31 December 1912, Salomon Selka was also known as Salomon Selker.9 
(Groom) Marriage*24 December 1912 He married Helen Shipstone Vinter, daughter of Arthur Vinter and Elizabeth Shipstone, on 24 December 1912 at Belgrave Street Synagogue, Leeds, YKS,
Solomon Selka, single, age 32, stuff merchant of 6 Walmer Place, Bradford, father Joseph Selka, furrier, deceased.
=
Helen Shipstone Vinter, single, age 29, of Greenroyd, Apperley Bridge, YKS, father: Arthur Vinter, School Master

He married on 24 Dec 1912 at Belgrave St Synagogue, Leeds Helen Shipstone Vinter, the daughter of Mr Arthur Vinter, the respected headmaster of Woodhouse Grove School at Apperley Bridge. The couple lived in 1912 at 6 Walmer Place, Manningham, Bradford.2,8,4,10 
Had a Son25 July 1915 His son Joseph Arthur Selka was born on 25 July 1915 at R.D. Bradford.11,12,13 
Resch Note1916 Research Note:
In 1916 he set up his own business, initially acting as a merchant for piece goods.4
 
Had a Son15 January 1917 His son Michael Selka was born on 15 January 1917 at R.D. Bradford.11,12 
Had a Son11 September 1918 His son David Selka was born on 11 September 1918 at R.D. Bradford.4,13 
Had a Son26 December 1920 His son Raphael Selka was born on 26 December 1920 at R.D. N. Bierley.11,12,13 
(Subject) Newspaper21 September 1923  Salomon Selka was the subject of a newspaper article on 21 September 1923.

Winding up order Adler & Company

The winding-up of the company of Adler & Company (Textiles) Limited was presented to the High Court of Justice on 10th September 1923 by Soloman Selka, of Highgate House, Clayton Heights in Yorkshire, Stuff Merchant, a creditor of the said company.14
 
(Subject) Newspaper21 September 1923  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 21 September 1923.

Winding up order Adler & Company

The winding-up of the company of Adler & Company (Textiles) Limited was presented to the High Court of Justice on 10th September 1923 by Soloman Selka, of Highgate House, Clayton Heights in Yorkshire, Stuff Merchant, a creditor of the said company.14
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper16 February 1929 He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 16 February 1929. As "Mr. G. Selka" a family mourner at the funeral of Charles Edward Vinter.15
 
(Subject) Newspaper5 February 1931  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 5 February 1931.

Future of Drummond and Sons

Business Acquired by Mr. S. Selka


(hard to read article - headline says it all).16
 
(Beneficiary) Will13 May 1931 He was named as "Samuel Selka, four oil paintings (not otherwise bequeathed) which he may choose" (note - not Solomon Selka) a beneficiary in the Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931.17 
(Mentioned) Newspaper17 January 1934 Salomon Selka was mentioned in a newspaper article on 17 January 1934. As Mr. and Mrs. Selka, of Leeds, also representing Mr. J. Selby and Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Selby, Mr. and Mrs. R. Vinter, of Leeds, mourners at the funeral of the late Miss Helen Shipstone.18
 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1936 and 31 December 1936  His death was registered between 1 October 1936 and 31 December 1936 at R.D. North Bierley Ref: 9b, 41 Soloman Selka, age 56.12 
(Deceased) Death*5 November 1936 He died on 5 November 1936 at Upper Syke, Clayton, Bradford, YKS, Age 56.12,19 
(Subject) Newspaper6 November 1936  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 6 November 1936.

Mr. Solomon Selka
Bradford Spinner and Manufacturer
Enterprising Career


Mr. Solomon Selka, who died last night at his home, Upper Syke, Clayton, Bradford, was head of James Drummond and Sons, Ltd., spinners and manufacturers, Lumb Lane Mills, Henry Briggs and Co., Ltd., worsted spinners, Highgate Mills, Clayton Heights, and head of Cranbrook Mills, Norwood Green.

Mr. Soloman Selka was born in 1880 at Butschowitz, Moravia, then part of the Austrian Empire, now in Czecho-Slovakia. Coming to Britain in his early twenties he spent a number of years in the service of a Bradford shipping house, in which he ultimately rose to a position of responsibility and trust. There he gained a thorough knowledge of the textile trade, and especially the export branch, which in later years he turned to such good account.

In 1912, two years before the War, he became a naturalised Englishman. After the Was he formally renounced Czecho-Slovakian nationality, which, by the law of that country he had technically acquired as the result of the Treaty of Peace. In the meantime he had anchored himself more firmly to his new homeland by marrying an English wife, the daughter of the late Dr. Vinter, then head master of Woodhouse Grove School.

Mr. Selka started business on his own account in 1916 as a piece goods merchant. In a few years, by dint of enterprise and hard work, he had firmly established himself both in the home and export trade and had launched out into spinning and manufacturing. He acquired successively the businesses of Henry Briggs and Co. Ltd., worsted spinners, of Highgate Mills at Clayton Heights, and of the Cranbrook Mills, Norwood Green

Finally in 1931 he acquired control of James Drummond and Sons Ltd., spinners and manufacturers, of Lumb Lane Mills, Bradford. His successful rehabilitation of this extensive and old-fashioned business, which during the period of severe trade depression had fallen into difficulties and was in danger of extinction, was the crowing achievement of of his career. The plant at Lumb Lane Mills is one of the largest worsted plants in Yorkshire. Since it came under Mr. Selka's direction it has given practically uninterrupted employment to over 800 workpeople. Had it closed down during the depression hundreds of people would have been thrown out of work.

Rise Achieved in Depression

The business established in Mr. Selka's name had acquired too valuable a goodwill in the world's markets to allow its identity to be merged on his taking over James Drummond and Sons, so he carried it on side-by-side with the latter, transferring the office and warehouse formerly at Bond Street to Lumb Lane Mills. The looms at Norwood Green, as well as the spinning plant of Henry Briggs and Co. Ltd., were retained.

Mr. Selka's rise was more notable that it was achieved in a time of unparalleled industrial and economic difficulty. He possessed a large measure of most of the qualities that make a capable leader and a successful business man. He was gifted with remarkable quickness of perception, the power to make rapid decisions and translate them into immediate action and inexhaustible energy. His capacity for work was prodigious. Few details of his extensive business he though too small for his personal attention. To his staff he set an unapproachable example of industry and efficiency.

He was one of one of the earliest supporters of the Zionist movement founded by Dr. Hertz, and was always a great contributor to Jewish causes, particularly in recent years to the many appeals on behalf of Jews expatriated from the countries of their birth or adoption. He was a liberal giver to charitable causes generally. Not an actively a politician, he refuse membership of any party but supported the National Government.

Mr. Selka has left a widow and five sons, two of whom are already in the business. His eldest son, Mr. Joseph Arthur Selka, came of age three months ago.

The funeral will take place at Bradford today.20
 
(Interred) Burial*6 November 1936 He was buried on 6 November 1936 at Section 3, Row S, Grave 13, Birks Fold Orthodox Section, Scholemoor Cemetery, Bradford, YKS, "In Loving Memory of
Solomon Selka
Who departed 5th November 1936.
Deeply mourned by his wife, sons, brothers and sisters.
"He brought me forth into the boundless spaces and set me free."
And in remembrance of
Helen S. Selka, his beloved wife, who departed 24th Dec 1958
A courageous and gracious lady,
Deeply mourned by her sons and relatives"

on a separate stone at the base:

"Also in memory of
their beloved son
Raphael
Who died May 29th 1991."4 
(Subject) Newspaper7 November 1936  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 7 November 1936.

Mr. Solomon Selka
Funeral Service in Bradford

Many representatives of business and professional life were present at the funeral service in the Synagogue, Spring Gardens, Bradford, yesterday for Mr. Solomon Selka, head of the firms of James Drummond and Sons Ltd. spinners and manufacturers, Lumb Lane Mills, Messrs. Henry Briggs and Co. Ltd., worsted spinners, Highgate Mills, Clayton and Cranbrook Mills, Norwood Green.
The Rev. J.R. Israelstam and the Rev. I. Levine conducted the service.

Among those present were:-
Family mourners: Mrs. Selka (widow) and Mr. Selka's five sons, Joseph. Michael, David, Ralph, and Max. Mr. Maurice L. Selka (nephew): Mr. Reginald Vinter and Mr. Con. Gurteen (brothers-in-law).
Representatives of Mr. Selka's business concerns (included Mr. W. Harbutt) ... and many members of the staff s and workpeople of the firms which Mr. Selka was associated.

Personal and business friends included:-
(list of what looks like over 100 people).21
 
(Deceased) Prob Index*28 January 1937  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Selka, Solomon of Upper Syke Clayton Bradford, died 5 November 1936. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Helen Shipstone Vinter described as Helen Shipstone Selka widow, Henry Swarbrick incorporated accountant and John Percival Harrop, worsted spinner on 28 January 1937 by The Probate Office, London. Estate valued at £119049 6s. 9d..19 
(Subject) Newspaper1 February 1937  Salomon Selka was the subject of a newspaper article on 1 February 1937.

Mr. Solomon Selka Leaves £1,000 to His Agent

Mr. S. Selka, of Upper Syke, Clayton, Bradford, head of James Drummond and Sons, Ltd., spinners and manufacturers, Lumb Lane Mills, Henry Briggs and Co. Ltd., worsted spinners, Highgate Mills, Clayton Heights and of Cranbrook Mills, Norwood Green, Halifax, left £119,049 (net personalty £103,021), on which estate duty of £20,722 has been paid.

He left 1,000 ordinary shares in James Drummond and Sons Ltd., to Albert Fishman, of Cairo, for many years his traveller and agent.22
 
(Subject) Newspaper2 February 1937  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 2 February 1937.

Latest Wills

Mr. Solomon Selka's £119,049


Mr. Solomon Selka, of Upper Syke, Clayton, Bradford, head of James Drummond and Sons, Ltd., spinners and manufacturers, Lumb Lane Mills, Messrs. Henry Briggs and Co. Ltd., worsted spinners, Highgate Mills and Clayton Mills, and of Cranbrook Mills, Norwood Green, Halifax who died on November 5, aged 56, left gross estate of the value of £119049 (net personalty £103,021). He left 1,000 ordinary shares in James Drummond and Sons Ltd., to Albert Fishman, of Cairo, for many years his traveller and agent.23
 
(Subject) Newspaper6 April 1938  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 6 April 1938.

Consecrations

Selka

Tombstone in memory of the late SOLOMON SELKA will be consecrated on Sunday next, April 10th, at 12:15 p.m., at Scholemoor Cemetery Bradford.24
 
(Subject) Newspaper8 April 1938  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 8 April 1938.

Consecrations

Selka


Tombstone in memory of the late SOLOMON SELKA will be consecrated on Sunday next, April 10th, at 12:15 p.m., at Scholemoor Cemetery Bradford.24
 
(Subject) Newspaper22 January 1947  He and Helen Shipstone Vinter were the subject of a newspaper article on 22 January 1947.

Bradford

Social Welfare Committee decided today to negotiate with the executors of the late Mr. S. Selka for purchase of the house, Upper Syke, Clayton, for use as a home for the aged.25
 
Resch Note*2013 Research Note:
"Solomon Selka 1880-1936

Textile magnate Solomon Selka was born in Butschowitz, Moravia in 1880. He rose to become a highly prominent member of Bradford's textile industry by his middle years. He arrived in England when he was just in his early 20's and began his involvement with Wools and worsteds at a Bradford shipping house. Over the next decade he rose to a position of responsibility and trust.

He married on 24 Dec 1912 at Belgrave St Synagogue, Leeds Helen Shipstone Vinter, the daughter of Mr Arthur Vinter, the respected headmaster of Woodhouse Grove School at Apperley Bridge. The couple lived in 1912 at 6 Walmer Place, Manningham, Bradford.

In 1916 he set up his own business, initially acting as a merchant for piece goods. A few years on from this through hard work and business enterprise and acumen he had vigorously estasblished himself in the home and export trades, soon venturing out for himself in the fields of spinning and manufacturing.

He began to successfully acquire business after business, which would go onto list Henry Briggs and Co. Ltd at of Highgate Mills at Clayton Heights, which still stands today. Also in his capacities were Cranbrook Mills, Norwood Green, and eventually by 1931 he had bought James Drummond and Sons Ltd of Lumb Lane, Manningham, adjacent to the Bowland Street Synagogue.

According to the Bradford Daily Telegraph of November 6th 1936, the epitome of his long and focussed career was the way he turned Drummond's as a business around, during the Great Depression of the 1930's, "His successful rehabilitation of this extensive and old-established business, which during the period of severe depression had fallen into difficulties and was in danger of extinction, was the crowing achievement of of a remarkable career".

One of the largest worsted spinning plants in Yorkshire Drummond's directorship under Mr Selka prevented the loss of employment for over 800 people.

He carried on his own textile business on along with the running of Drummond's, keen to keep both businesses as separate commercial entities, never desiring a merger of the two.

His rise to the top of commerce was even more remarkable than others who had achieved similar endeavours as this was done during the fragilities of the worlds worst economic disaster at the time. His reputation shone through as a "just and generous employer according to the Bradford Daily Telegraph, he "understood well how to get the best out of his staff by himself setting an admirable example of industry and efficiency.".

He was proud of his Jewishness, both culturally and religiously, been one of the earliest advocates of the Zionist movement, along with the Merchant and Mayor Jacob Moser. He was often a great giver to Jewish causes. Not particularly active on local political scene, he refused ardently to become joined through membership to any particular political party.

Upon his death in 1936 he left behind a widow and five sons including Joseph Arthur. His funeral was held at Spring Gardens Synagogue and his body was buried at Scholemoor Cemetery in the Birks Fold Orthodox Section."4
 

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(Groom) Marriage*24 December 1912 Salomon Selka married Helen Shipstone Vinter, daughter of Arthur Vinter and Elizabeth Shipstone, on 24 December 1912 at Belgrave Street Synagogue, Leeds, YKS,
Solomon Selka, single, age 32, stuff merchant of 6 Walmer Place, Bradford, father Joseph Selka, furrier, deceased.
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Helen Shipstone Vinter, single, age 29, of Greenroyd, Apperley Bridge, YKS, father: Arthur Vinter, School Master

He married on 24 Dec 1912 at Belgrave St Synagogue, Leeds Helen Shipstone Vinter, the daughter of Mr Arthur Vinter, the respected headmaster of Woodhouse Grove School at Apperley Bridge. The couple lived in 1912 at 6 Walmer Place, Manningham, Bradford.2,8,4,10 
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Last Edited3 Jan 2021

Citations

  1. Name consistent with Naturalization paper and marriage index.
  2. [S3] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Helen Shipston Selka and Solomon Selka have a son David born Bradford in 1927.
  3. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  4. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://bradfordjewish.org.uk/solomon-selka-1880-1936/."
  5. [S87] The London Gazette, "Naturalization act 1870 - Oaths of Allegance registers Feb 1912 1 March 1912 p1580."
  6. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=UKNatCertDec&rank=1&new=1&so=3&MSAV=1&gss=ms_r_db&gsfn_x=XO&gsln=selka&gsln_x=NN&dbOnly=_83004006%7C_83004006_x&uidh=u63."
  7. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  8. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  9. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Ancestry."
  10. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://www.british-jewry.org.uk/leedsjewry/getperson.php?personID=I17283&tree=1."
  11. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  12. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  13. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  14. [S87] The London Gazette, "Winding up order Adler & Company 21 Sep 1923 p6375."
  15. [S94] "Shipley Times and Express Saturday 16 Feb 1929, Loss to Rawdon p5 of 8."
  16. [S94] "Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer 05 Feb 1931 p14 of 16 "Drummond and Sons Acquired by Mr . Selka."
  17. [S14] Will "Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931."
  18. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "The late Miss Helen Shipstone: Wednesday 17th Jan 1934 p 7."
  19. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  20. [S94] "Yorkshire Post Friday 06 Nov 1936 P5 of 20."
  21. [S94] "Yorkshire Post Friday 07 Nov 1936 P7 of 22."
  22. [S94] "Yorkshire Post 01 Feb 1937 P9 of 12."
  23. [S94] "Yorkshire Post 02 Feb 1937 P2 of 18."
  24. [S94] "Yorkshire Post 06 Apr 1938 P1of 20."
  25. [S94] "Yorkshire Evening Post 22 Jan 1947 p5 of 8 Bradford - negotiate with Selka executors."

Claude Senior1

M, #2456, b. 4 September 1891, d. between 1 April 1976 and 30 June 1976
Birth-Alt4 September 1890 Claude Senior was also reported to have been born on 4 September 1890.2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1890 and 31 December 1890  His birth was registered between 1 October 1890 and 31 December 1890 at R.D. Ecclesall Bierlow Ref: 9c, 347 Snior, Claude mother: Jackson.3 
Birth*4 September 1891 Claude Senior was born on 4 September 1891.4 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1931 and 31 March 1931  His marriage was registered between 1 January 1931 and 31 March 1931 at R.D. Ecclesall B.1 
Marriage*between 1 January 1931 and 31 March 1931 He married Ellen Gertrude Webb between 1 January 1931 and 31 March 1931 at R.D. Ecclesall B.1 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 He was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 93 Daleswood Avenue, Sheffield, YKS, as Senior, Claude, male born 4 Sep 1890, married, sign writer (master). He was enumerated with Ellen Gertrude Webb, Eveline Bower, a paid housekeeper. No other folk in the household, so presume no children from this coupling (also given their ages).2 
(Spouse of dec/admn) Prob Index5 November 1958 Claude Senior described as the said Claude Senior, retired wholesale tobacconist was named as the husband of Ellen Gertrude Webb (deceased) and as administrator of her Estate on 5 November 1958 at The Probate Office, London, valued at £10575 12s. 5d..5 
Death*between 1 April 1976 and 30 June 1976 Claude Senior died between 1 April 1976 and 30 June 1976 at R.D. Bournemouth.4 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 April 1976 and 30 June 1976  His death was registered between 1 April 1976 and 30 June 1976 at R.D. Bournemouth Ref: 23, 0298 as Claude Senior, born 4 Sep 1891.4 

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Marriage*between 1 January 1931 and 31 March 1931 Claude Senior married Ellen Gertrude Webb between 1 January 1931 and 31 March 1931 at R.D. Ecclesall B.1 
Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  2. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  4. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  5. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."

Hannah Severn1

F, #2731, b. 1791
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Birth*1791 Hannah Severn was born in 1791 at Eastwood, NTT.1 
Married Name28 March 1828  As of 28 March 1828, her married name was Clifton.1 
(Bride) Marriage*28 March 1828 She married Joseph Clifton, son of William CLIFTON and Hannah GREGORY, on 28 March 1828 at Greasley, NTT,
Joseph CLIFTON = Hannah SEVERN (X)
married in the Church, after banns
28 Mar 1828
Wit: Isaac TRUMAN, Elizabeth SEVERNE, John ATTENBOROUGH.1 
Had a Daughter1829 Her daughter Ann Clifton was born in 1829 at Greasley, NTT.2 
(Wife) Cen-Househ6 June 1841 She was wife of the head of household in the 1841 UK Census of Hill Top, Greasley, NTT, as Hannah Clifton, age 45, born in NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Joseph Clifton, Ann Clifton. Next door to a bunch of Stapletons.3 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*30 March 1851 She was wife of the head of household in the 1851 UK Census of Hill Top, Greasley, NTT, as Hannah Clifton, wife, married, age 60, framework knitter, born Greasley, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Joseph Clifton, Ann Clifton.
Next page is sister Elizabeth Meakin; same page as Joseph Leivers (with Samuel Clifton, widr age 25, lodger), and near lots of Stapletons.2 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ7 April 1861 The 1861 UK Census of Hill Top, Greasley, NTT, listed Hannah Severn in the household of Peter Knighton and Ann Clifton described as Hannah Clifton, lodger, widr age 70, born Eastwood, NTT in household of Peter & Ann Knighton. Ann is undoubtedly Hannah's daughter.4 

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(Bride) Marriage*28 March 1828 Hannah Severn married Joseph Clifton, son of William CLIFTON and Hannah GREGORY, on 28 March 1828 at Greasley, NTT,
Joseph CLIFTON = Hannah SEVERN (X)
married in the Church, after banns
28 Mar 1828
Wit: Isaac TRUMAN, Elizabeth SEVERNE, John ATTENBOROUGH.1 
Child
Last Edited30 Aug 2015

Citations

  1. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "Greasley, NTT."
  2. [S1] Census, 1851, Ancestry.
  3. [S1] Census, 1841, Ancestry.
  4. [S1] Census, 1861, Ancestry.

Sarah Sharley1,2

F, #831, b. 1787, d. before 20 October 1850
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 Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
Note* Not born in NTT. Buried age 63 in 1850. 
Name Variation  Sarah Sharley was also known as Charley Surname from marriage only. Variously transcribed as Slaney or Charley. 
(Child) Birth*1787 Sarah Sharley was born in 1787 at Not in NTT Maiden name unknown.3,4 
Resch Note22 February 1819 Research Note: at North Muskham, NTT,
Willliaim Sharley of Warsop = Sarah Cox.5
 
Resch Note*19 January 1827 Research Note:
Possible death of her first husband. " 'William Sharley of Mansfield Woodhouse buried January 19th, 1827 aged 44'. I guessed that he could have been Sarah's first husband because of the location, the uncommon surname and his age, which is quite reasonable (Sarah's age, rounded, was given as 50 in the 1841 census). I have no record of Sarah's marriage and, from the same census, she was not born in Notts."6
 
(Bride) Marriage*29 October 1831 She married James SHIPSTON, son of James SHIPSTON and Sarah DUNN, on 29 October 1831 at Mansfield Woodhouse, NTT,
James Shipstone (X) of this parish, widower, and Sarah Sharley of this parish, widow were married in church by banns
In the presence of:
Daniel Slater, Ann Crooks (X).2 
Married Name29 October 1831  As of 29 October 1831, her married name was Shipston.2 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*6 June 1841 She was wife of the head of household in the 1841 UK Census of Crooks Yard, Mansfield Woodhouse, NTT, as Sarah Shipstone, age 50, not born in this county. She was enumerated with her husband James SHIPSTON, John Shipston, William SHIPSTONE, Fanny Shipston and Joseph Shipston.7 
(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. Mansfield Ref: 15, 365 as Sarah Shipstone, age 63.8,9 
Death*before 20 October 1850 Sarah Sharley died before 20 October 1850. 
(Interred) Burial*20 October 1850 She was buried on 20 October 1850 at Mansfield Woodhouse, NTT, Sarah SHIPSTON, Mansfield Woodhouse, age 63
Likely to be buried in churchyard - newer Welbeck Road burial ground opened in 1863

No stone evident.4 

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(Bride) Marriage*29 October 1831 Sarah Sharley married James SHIPSTON, son of James SHIPSTON and Sarah DUNN, on 29 October 1831 at Mansfield Woodhouse, NTT,
James Shipstone (X) of this parish, widower, and Sarah Sharley of this parish, widow were married in church by banns
In the presence of:
Daniel Slater, Ann Crooks (X).2 
Last Edited3 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. Now determined to be Sharley, not Slaney.
  2. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "Mansfield Woodhouse, NTT."
  3. [S1] Census, 1841.
  4. [S31] Parochial Records, Burials "Mansfield Woodhouse, NTT."
  5. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Ancestry - Pallots Marriage Index."
  6. [S63] Information supplied by Researcher 11 "e-mail, dated 29 Dec 2005."
  7. [S1] Census, 1841, Ancestry.
  8. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  9. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."

Angelina Ann Sharp

F, #3113, b. 1848, d. 1924
Resch Note* Research Note:
I have not researched Jabez & Angelina, as they are not blood relatives.

These folks are here because they link and explain the Gurteen relationship to Shipstone descendants who their sons marry (as well as sorting out the children of Conrad & Frank who both marry Vinters).

 
Birth*1848 Angelina Ann Sharp was born in 1848 at Ridgwell, ESS
Married Name27 April 1870  As of 27 April 1870, her married name was Gurteen. 
Marriage*27 April 1870 She married Jabez Gurteen on 27 April 1870 at Ridgwell, ESS
Had a Son9 March 1875 Her son Frank William Gurteen was born on 9 March 1875.1 
Had a Son24 September 1880 Her son Horace Gurteen was born on 24 September 1880 at R.D. Risbridge.2,1 
Had a Son23 January 1883 Her son Conrad Sharp Gurteen was born on 23 January 1883 at Haverhill, SFK.3,4,1 
Marriage of Son25 June 1905 Her son Frank William Gurteen married Mabel Winifred Vinter on 25 June 1905 at R.D. Chesterton.5,6 
Death*1924 Angelina Ann Sharp died in 1924. 

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Marriage*27 April 1870 Angelina Ann Sharp married Jabez Gurteen on 27 April 1870 at Ridgwell, ESS
Children
Last Edited11 Jun 2017

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  3. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  4. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  5. [S15] Website FreeBMD (freebmd.org).
  6. [S94] "Suffolk and Essex Free Press 25 June 1925, page 6 of 8."

Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp1,2,3,4

M, #734, b. 14 April 1909, d. between 1 October 1955 and 31 December 1955
ChartsDescendants of Isaac Jones bn circa 1772 showing relationships
Descendants of John Hartle bn circa 1770 showing relationships
Descendants of John Hartle bn circa 1770
Descendants of John Hooper bn 1761 showing relationships
Descendants of John Hooper
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1909 and 30 June 1909  His birth was registered between 1 April 1909 and 30 June 1909 at R.D. Maidenhead Ref: 2c, 408 Sharp, Frederick Josph Overton mother: Green.5 
Birth*14 April 1909 Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp was born on 14 April 1909 at Maidenhead, BRK.6,7 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 8 Ray Park Cottages, Maidenhead, BRK, listed Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp described as Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp, son age 2, born Maidenhead, BRK in the household of his parents William George Sharp age 38 labourer & Mary Ann, and their 5 other surviving children. The house had 4 rooms.4,6 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1934 and 31 December 1934  His marriage was registered between 1 October 1934 and 31 December 1934 at R.D. Maidenhead.3 
(Groom) Marriage*between 1 October 1934 and 31 December 1934 He married Winifred Lilian James, daughter of George Richard JAMES and Mary Julia HOOPER, between 1 October 1934 and 31 December 1934 at R.D. Maidenhead.1 
Had a Son22 September 1935 His son Richard George Frederick Sharp was born on 22 September 1935 at R.D. Maidenhead.8,2 
Had a Daughter19 October 1936 His daughter Rosemary Edith Sharp was born on 19 October 1936 at R.D. Maidenhead.8 
Had a Daughter13 January 1938 His daughter Irene Daphne Sharp was born on 13 January 1938 at R.D. Maidenhead.8 
Had a Son13 March 1939 His son Raymond Sharp was born on 13 March 1939 at R.D. Maidenhead.8,7,9 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 He was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 6 Denmark Street, Maidenhead, BRK, as Sharp, Frederick, male, born 14 Apr 1909, married, Public Works Contractor, labourer. He was enumerated with Winifred Lilian James Richard George Frederick Sharp, Rosemary Edith Sharp, Irene Daphne Sharp and Raymond Sharp, (Richard was a closed record, now open). Winifred indexed as Winfred Sharp. Note that no.6 had 3 households, inc Richard Fuller born 1872 OAP & Richard & Jean Irvine bn 1913&1912.7 
Anecdote*1947 Fred was 8 and a half years ill before he died, 5 and a half in hospital.10 
Death*between 1 October 1955 and 31 December 1955 Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp died between 1 October 1955 and 31 December 1955 at R.D. Windsor.2 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1955 and 31 December 1955  His death was registered between 1 October 1955 and 31 December 1955 at R.D. Windsor Ref: 6a, 187, Frederick J O age 46.2 
Resch Note1988 Research Note:
Met Fred at Bourne End - on coal cart, then potato picking in Jersey. Widowed 33 years in 1988.11
 

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(Groom) Marriage*between 1 October 1934 and 31 December 1934 Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp married Winifred Lilian James, daughter of George Richard JAMES and Mary Julia HOOPER, between 1 October 1934 and 31 December 1934 at R.D. Maidenhead.1 
Children
Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FindMyPast."
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  3. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Ancestry."
  4. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  5. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  6. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  7. [S1] Census, 1939, FindmyPast.
  8. [S9] Information supplied by Researcher 3.
  9. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  10. [S93] Information supplied by Researcher 30 "4 May 1988."
  11. [S93] Information supplied by Researcher 30.

Irene Daphne Sharp1

F, #735, b. 13 January 1938, d. 12 September 1997
FatherFrederick Joseph Overton Sharp1 b. 14 Apr 1909, d. bt 1 Oct 1955 - 31 Dec 1955
MotherWinifred Lilian James1 b. 21 May 1910, d. 5 Jul 2001
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of Isaac Jones bn circa 1772 showing relationships
Descendants of John Hartle bn circa 1770 showing relationships
Descendants of John Hartle bn circa 1770
Descendants of John Hooper bn 1761 showing relationships
Descendants of John Hooper
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1938 and 31 March 1938  Her birth was registered between 1 January 1938 and 31 March 1938 at R.D. Maidenhead Ref: 2c, 640 Sharp, Irene D mother: James.2 
Birth*13 January 1938 Irene Daphne Sharp, daughter of Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp and Winifred Lilian James, was born on 13 January 1938 at R.D. Maidenhead.1 
 Irene Daphne Sharp was the daughter of Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp and Winifred Lilian James.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 The 1939 UK Register of 6 Denmark Street, Maidenhead, BRK, listed Irene Daphne Sharp in the household of Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp and Winifred Lilian James described as Sharp (later Holland noted 7/2/58), Irene D, female, born 13 Jan 1938, single, under school age.3 
Married Name15 September 1956  As of 15 September 1956, her married name was Holland.1 
Death*12 September 1997 Irene Daphne Sharp died on 12 September 1997.1 

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  1. [S9] Information supplied by Researcher 3.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "Ancestry."
  3. [S1] Census, 1939, FindmyPast.

Mary Ann Sharp1

F, #2183, b. 1855, d. 25 June 1918
Birth*1855 Mary Ann Sharp was born in 1855 at All Saints, Worcester, WOR.1 
Married Namebetween 1 July 1883 and 30 September 1883  As of between 1 July 1883 and 30 September 1883, her married name was Holliday.1 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1883 and 30 September 1883  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1883 and 30 September 1883 at R.D. Worcester.2 
Marriage*between 1 July 1883 and 30 September 1883 She married Henry Holliday, son of John Holliday and Maria James, between 1 July 1883 and 30 September 1883 at R.D. Worcester.1 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*5 April 1891 She was wife of the head of household in the 1891 UK Census of 46 North Street, Rushall, STS, as Maryann Holliday, wife, married, age 36, born Salwarpe, WOR. She was enumerated with her husband Henry Holliday, their sons Ephriam H, age 6 scholar & John Alfred age 1 both born Salwarpe WOR and 3 teenage male boarders, all engine cleaners.3 
(Wife) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of 47 Upper Forster Street, Walsall, STS, as Mary Ann Holliday, wife, age 56, married 27 years, 3 children, 2 living, wife, housewife, born All Saints, Worcester WOR. She was enumerated with her husband Henry Holliday, their daughter Ellen Elizabeth Holliday, age 25, single, leather buckle finisher, worker, born Worcester St. Martins, WOR. The house had 3 rooms.4 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 April 1918 and 30 June 1918  Her death was registered between 1 April 1918 and 30 June 1918 at R.D. Walsall Ref: 6b, 771 as Holliday, Mary A age 63
It is this entry as the probate index matches address and husband!5 
Death*25 June 1918 Mary Ann Sharp died on 25 June 1918 at 47 Upper Forster Street, Walsall, STS.6 
(Deceased) Prob Index*7 August 1918  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Holliday Mary Ann of 47 Upper Forster Street Walsall Staffordshire (wife of Henry Holliday) died 25 June 1918. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Henry Holliday described as the said Henry Holliday railway labourer on 7 August 1918 by The Probate Office, Litchfield. Estate valued at £209 4s..6 

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Marriage*between 1 July 1883 and 30 September 1883 Mary Ann Sharp married Henry Holliday, son of John Holliday and Maria James, between 1 July 1883 and 30 September 1883 at R.D. Worcester.1 
Last Edited1 Jan 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  2. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  3. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  4. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  5. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  6. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."

Raymond Sharp1

M, #736, b. 13 March 1939, d. 5 July 2001
FatherFrederick Joseph Overton Sharp1 b. 14 Apr 1909, d. bt 1 Oct 1955 - 31 Dec 1955
MotherWinifred Lilian James1 b. 21 May 1910, d. 5 Jul 2001
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of Isaac Jones bn circa 1772 showing relationships
Descendants of John Hartle bn circa 1770 showing relationships
Descendants of John Hartle bn circa 1770
Descendants of John Hooper bn 1761 showing relationships
Descendants of John Hooper
Birth*13 March 1939 Raymond Sharp, son of Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp and Winifred Lilian James, was born on 13 March 1939 at R.D. Maidenhead.1,2,3 
 Raymond Sharp was the son of Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp and Winifred Lilian James.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1939 and 30 June 1939  His birth was registered between 1 April 1939 and 30 June 1939 at R.D. Maidenhead Ref: 2c, 683 Sharp, Raymond mother James.4 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 The 1939 UK Register of 6 Denmark Street, Maidenhead, BRK, listed Raymond Sharp in the household of Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp and Winifred Lilian James described as Sharp, Raymond, male, born 13 Mar 1939, single, under school age.2 
(Groom) MC-Reg*August 1985  His marriage was registered in August 1985 at R.D. Chiltern & Beconsfield.5 
Marriage*20 August 1985 Raymond Sharp married Everlyn R Wakelin on 20 August 1985 at R.D. Chiltern & Beconsfield.1,5 
Death of Spouse14 December 1998 His wife Everlyn R Wakelin died on 14 December 1998.1 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*July 2001  His death was registered in July 2001 at R.D. Slough Date of Birth: 13 March 1939
District No: 3211C
Reg No: C6C
Ent No: 033
DOR: 701.6 
Death of Mother5 July 2001 His mother Winifred Lilian James died on 5 July 2001.7 
Death*5 July 2001 Raymond Sharp died on 5 July 2001.1 

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Marriage*20 August 1985 Raymond Sharp married Everlyn R Wakelin on 20 August 1985 at R.D. Chiltern & Beconsfield.1,5 
Last Edited20 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S9] Information supplied by Researcher 3.
  2. [S1] Census, 1939, FindmyPast.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "Ancestry."
  5. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Ancestry."
  6. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FindMyPast."
  7. [S18] Private papers.

Richard George Frederick Sharp1

M, #737, b. 22 September 1935, d. 1 July 2007
FatherFrederick Joseph Overton Sharp1 b. 14 Apr 1909, d. bt 1 Oct 1955 - 31 Dec 1955
MotherWinifred Lilian James1 b. 21 May 1910, d. 5 Jul 2001
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of Isaac Jones bn circa 1772 showing relationships
Descendants of John Hartle bn circa 1770 showing relationships
Descendants of John Hartle bn circa 1770
Descendants of John Hooper bn 1761 showing relationships
Descendants of John Hooper
Birth*22 September 1935 Richard George Frederick Sharp, son of Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp and Winifred Lilian James, was born on 22 September 1935 at R.D. Maidenhead.1,2 
 Richard George Frederick Sharp was the son of Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp and Winifred Lilian James.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1935 and 31 December 1935  His birth was registered between 1 October 1935 and 31 December 1935 at R.D. Maidenhead Ref: 2c, 595 Sharp, Richard G F mother: James.3 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 The 1939 UK Register of 6 Denmark Street, Maidenhead, BRK, listed Richard George Frederick Sharp in the household of Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp and Winifred Lilian James described as Sharp, Richard (G.F. added 39.3.61) male born 22 Sep 1935, single, under school age.4 
Death of Mother5 July 2001 His mother Winifred Lilian James died on 5 July 2001.5 
Death*1 July 2007 Richard George Frederick Sharp died on 1 July 2007 at Ryde, IOW.2 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*1 July 2007  His death was registered on 1 July 2007 at Ryde, IOW, Ref: PO33, Mr. Richard G F Sharp, born 22 Sep 1935 last residence Ryde, Isle of Wight PO33 died 1 Jul 2007.2 
Resch Note*1 March 2021 Research Note:
Closed 1939 record open - so likely to be dead by this date.4
 

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Last Edited10 Apr 2021

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  1. [S9] Information supplied by Researcher 3.
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "Ancestry."
  4. [S1] Census, 1939, FindmyPast.
  5. [S18] Private papers.

Rosemary Edith Sharp1

F, #738, b. 19 October 1936, d. 8 July 2010
FatherFrederick Joseph Overton Sharp1 b. 14 Apr 1909, d. bt 1 Oct 1955 - 31 Dec 1955
MotherWinifred Lilian James1 b. 21 May 1910, d. 5 Jul 2001
Relationship1st cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of Isaac Jones bn circa 1772 showing relationships
Descendants of John Hartle bn circa 1770 showing relationships
Descendants of John Hartle bn circa 1770
Descendants of John Hooper bn 1761 showing relationships
Descendants of John Hooper
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1936 and 31 December 1936  Her birth was registered between 1 October 1936 and 31 December 1936 at R.D. Maidenhead Ref: 2c, 613 Sharp, Rosemary E mother: James.2 
Birth*19 October 1936 Rosemary Edith Sharp, daughter of Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp and Winifred Lilian James, was born on 19 October 1936 at R.D. Maidenhead.1 
Birth-Alt20 October 1936 Rosemary Edith Sharp, daughter of Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp and Winifred Lilian James, was also reported to have been born on 20 October 1936 at R.D. Maidenhead.3 
 Rosemary Edith Sharp was the daughter of Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp and Winifred Lilian James.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 The 1939 UK Register of 6 Denmark Street, Maidenhead, BRK, listed Rosemary Edith Sharp in the household of Frederick Joseph Overton Sharp and Winifred Lilian James described as Sharp (later Lowrie noted 25/11/55), Rosemary (or Rose M. E.), female, born 20 Oct 1936, single, under school age.3 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1954 and 30 September 1954  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1954 and 30 September 1954 at R.D. Maidenhead.4 
Had a Daughter28 July 1954 Her daughter Susan Ann Lowrie was born on 28 July 1954 at R.D. Windsor.1,5 
(Bride) Marriage*11 September 1954 Rosemary Edith Sharp married William Thomas Lowrie on 11 September 1954.1 
Married Name11 September 1954  As of 11 September 1954, her married name was Lowrie.1 
Address1960  As of 1960, Rosemary Edith Sharp and William Thomas Lowrie lived at 71 Boyn Valley Road, Maidenhead, BRK.6 
Address1965  As of 1965, Rosemary Edith Sharp and William Thomas Lowrie lived at 71 Boyn Valley Road, Maidenhead, BRK.6 
Divorce*October 1969 Rosemary Edith Sharp and William Thomas Lowrie were divorced in October 1969.1 
(Bride) MC-Reg*October 1993  Her marriage was registered in October 1993 at R.D. Pontypool.7 
(Bride) Marriage*14 October 1993 Rosemary Edith Sharp married Terrance Ronald Gullis on 14 October 1993.1 
Married Name14 October 1993  As of 14 October 1993, her married name was Gullis.1 
Death of Spouse4 March 1996 Her husband Terrance Ronald Gullis died on 4 March 1996.1 
Death of Mother5 July 2001 Her mother Winifred Lilian James died on 5 July 2001.8 
Address*between 2007 and 2010  As of between 2007 and 2010, Rosemary Edith Sharp lived at 11 Adrian Boult Green, Newport, NEW, WAL.6 
(Subject) Newspaper*1 July 2009  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 1 July 2009.

Door bolt brings comfort to Alway crime victim

A NEWPORT pensioner whose home was broken into twice within nine days says she now feels a lot safer since a police scheme fitted a deadbolt to her door.

The Argus reported last week on how Rosemary Gullis, 73, of Adrian Boult Green, Alway, had around £1,000 worth of property stolen from her two bedroom council flat.

This included a laptop containing photos of her granddaughter who died 18 years ago.

Mrs Gullis was terrified to leave her home in case thieves broke in again but could not afford to pay Newport City Homes £66 to fit a deadbolt to her door.

But the housing association arranged for one of their neighbourhood officers to visit Mrs Gullis together with a member of the Gwent Bobby Van scheme on Thursday, June 25 where the Bobby Van scheme fitted a deadbolt for free.9
 
Death*8 July 2010 She died on 8 July 2010.10 
(Subject) Newspaper2 September 2010  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 2 September 2010.

Death of Rosemary Lowrie-Gullis

Siblings: Ruby & Betty.10
 
(Subject) Newspaper10 September 2010  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 10 September 2010.

Death of Rosemary Lowrie-Gullis

Siblings: Ruby & Betty.10
 

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(Bride) Marriage*11 September 1954 Rosemary Edith Sharp married William Thomas Lowrie on 11 September 1954.1 
Divorce*October 1969 Rosemary Edith Sharp and William Thomas Lowrie were divorced in October 1969.1 
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Family of Rosemary Edith Sharp and Terrance Ronald Gullis

(Bride) Marriage*14 October 1993 Rosemary Edith Sharp married Terrance Ronald Gullis on 14 October 1993.1 
Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S9] Information supplied by Researcher 3.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "Ancestry."
  3. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  4. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  5. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  6. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Ancestry Electoral Registers."
  7. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Ancestry."
  8. [S18] Private papers.
  9. [S94] "South Wales Arges 1 July 2009 "Door Bolt brings comfort to Alway crime victim.""
  10. [S94] "Maidenhead Advertiser 10 Sep 2010."

Alfred Shaw1

M, #3028, b. 2 August 1887
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 Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1887 and 30 September 1887  His birth was registered between 1 July 1887 and 30 September 1887 at R.D. Shardlow Ref: 7b, 487 Shaw, Alfred mother: Hollingworth

(related to other Hollingworths?).2 
Birth*2 August 1887 Alfred Shaw was born on 2 August 1887.3 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913  His marriage was registered between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 at R.D. Shardlow.1 
(Groom) Marriage*between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 He married Daisy Shipstone, daughter of Samuel Shipston and Dinah Broadhead, between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 at St. Lawrence, Long Eaton, DBY,
Shipstone, Daisy = Shaw, Alfred.1,4 
(Present-Second) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 He was listed next to the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of The Heathfield Hotel Public House, Heathfield Road, Nottingham, NTT, as Shaw, Alfred, male born 2 Aug 87, married, Licenced Victualler. He was enumerated with Daisy Shipstone.3 
(Originator) Newspaper13 May 1941 Alfred Shaw originated this newspaper article on 13 May 1941. In Memoriam

TOON - Lily

our darling sister. Time passes, loving memories stay - Daisy, Alf.5 
(Originator) Newspaper11 May 1942 He originated this newspaper article on 11 May 1942. In Memoriam

TOON
- Lily
Loving memories of wife amd mother, died May 11th 1938. So greatly missed. - Harry, Jack and Sheila

- Lily nee Shipstone
sweetest memories of our devoted sister. - Daisy, Alfred

- (Shipstone)
Treasured memories of our dear sister, Lily 1938 - Nellie, George.6 
(Originator) Newspaper12 May 1943 He originated this newspaper article on 12 May 1943. In Memoriam

TOON -

Sweetest memories, Lily (nee Shipstone), devoted sister, Daisy and Alfred, Heathfield Hotel.7 
(Originator) Newspaper11 May 1944 He originated this newspaper article on 11 May 1944. In Memoriam

TOON - Lily

(nee Shipstone), devoted sister. Lovingly remembered, Daisy, Alfred, Heathfield Hotel.8 

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(Groom) Marriage*between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 Alfred Shaw married Daisy Shipstone, daughter of Samuel Shipston and Dinah Broadhead, between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 at St. Lawrence, Long Eaton, DBY,
Shipstone, Daisy = Shaw, Alfred.1,4 
Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  4. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast England Marriages."
  5. [S41] Nottingham Evening News, "In Memoriam: Lily Toon Tuesday 13 May 1941, p4."
  6. [S41] Nottingham Evening News, "In Memoriam: Lily Toon Monday 11th May 1942, p2 of 4."
  7. [S41] Nottingham Evening News, "In Memoriam: Lily Toon Wednesday 12 May 1943, p2 of 4."
  8. [S41] Nottingham Evening News, "In Memoriam: Lily Toon Thursday 11 May 1944, p4."

Frederick Shaw1

M, #2198, b. 17 May 1878, d. 26 January 1956
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Birth*17 May 1878 Frederick Shaw was born on 17 May 1878 at Eastwood, NTT.1,2,3 
(Groom) Marriage*24 April 1902 He married Elizabeth Clifton, daughter of Robert Clifton and Eliza Ann Jeffries, on 24 April 1902 at Eastwood, NTT,
Frederick Shaw, age 23, bachelor, cricketer, Eastwood, father Andrew Shaw, coalminer
=Elizabeth Clifton, age 23, spinster, Eastwood, father Robert Clifton, shoemaker
In church after banns
Wit: Thomas Clifton, Mary Lizzie Shaw.1 
(Head) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of The Gardens, Riseholme, LIN, as Frederick Shaw, head, age 32, married 8 years, pro cricketer & groundsman, worker, born Eastwood, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Elizabeth Clifton, Albert Cecil Clarke age 21 & Thomas Sandman age 18, boarders - gardener & footman. The house had 6 rooms.4 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 He was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of Sports Ground University, Meriden Avenue, Nottingham, NTT, as Frederick Shaw, male born 17 May 1878, married, Groundsman - Air Warden. He was enumerated with Elizabeth Clifton.3 
Death of Spouse4 November 1948 His wife Elizabeth Clifton died on 4 November 1948 at 6 Ratcliffe Road, West Bridgford, NTT.5 
(Spouse of dec/admn) Prob Index21 June 1949 Frederick Shaw described as Frederick Shaw, retired professional cricketer was named as the husband of Elizabeth Clifton (deceased) and as administrator of her Estate on 21 June 1949 at The Probate Office, Nottingham, valued at £409 19s. 6d..5 
Resch Notebetween 1 July 1951 and 30 September 1951 Research Note: at R.D. Basford
Frederick Shaw = Laura Bestwick
Ref: 3d, 229

I think I have the right chap - circumstances fit, but Frederick Shaw is a popular names.6
 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1956 and 31 March 1956  His death was registered between 1 January 1956 and 31 March 1956 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 3c, 427 as Frederick Shaw, age 77.7 
Death*26 January 1956 Frederick Shaw died on 26 January 1956 at The General Hospital, Nottingham, NTT.5 
Address*26 January 1956  As of 26 January 1956, Frederick Shaw lived at 29 Albert Road, Beeston, NTT.5 
(Deceased) Prob Index*12 March 1956  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Shaw, Frederick of 29 Albert Road, Beeston, Nottinghamshire, died 26 Jan 1956 at The General Hospital Nottingham. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Laura Shaw, widow on 12 March 1956 by The Probate Office, Nottingham. Estate valued at £685 10s. 6d..5 

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(Groom) Marriage*24 April 1902 Frederick Shaw married Elizabeth Clifton, daughter of Robert Clifton and Eliza Ann Jeffries, on 24 April 1902 at Eastwood, NTT,
Frederick Shaw, age 23, bachelor, cricketer, Eastwood, father Andrew Shaw, coalminer
=Elizabeth Clifton, age 23, spinster, Eastwood, father Robert Clifton, shoemaker
In church after banns
Wit: Thomas Clifton, Mary Lizzie Shaw.1 
Last Edited3 Jan 2021

Citations

  1. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "Eastwood, NTT."
  2. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  3. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  4. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  5. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  6. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  7. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."

Edgar Charles Sheppard1,2

M, #3122, b. 25 March 1905
ChartsDescendants of John Dickinson bn 1771/2
Descendants of John Dickinson bn 1771/2
Descendants of John Dickinson bn 1770 - In Military
Birth*25 March 1905 Edgar Charles Sheppard was born on 25 March 1905 at R.D. Canterbury.1,2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1905 and 30 June 1905  His birth was registered between 1 April 1905 and 30 June 1905 at R.D. Canterbury Ref: 2a, 953 Sheppard, Edgar Charles mother: Baxter.2 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1933 and 30 June 1933  His marriage was registered between 1 April 1933 and 30 June 1933 at R.D. Luton.3 
Marriage*between 1 April 1933 and 30 June 1933 He married Violet Dickinson, daughter of Joseph Espin Dickinson and Alice Ann Brewer, between 1 April 1933 and 30 June 1933 at R.D. Luton.1,3 
Resch Note*29 September 1939 Research Note: at Bull and Royal hotel, 141 Church Street, Preston, LAN,
Husband Edgar C Sheppard was head waiter at the hotel.
 
(Present-Other) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 The 1939 UK Register of Bull and Royal hotel, 141 Church Street, Preston, LAN, listed Edgar Charles Sheppard described as Sheppard, Edgar C., male, born 25 Mar 1905, married, head waiter, entry no. 50 in the household schedule of Ernest E. Riku, hotel manager.4 

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Marriage*between 1 April 1933 and 30 June 1933 Edgar Charles Sheppard married Violet Dickinson, daughter of Joseph Espin Dickinson and Alice Ann Brewer, between 1 April 1933 and 30 June 1933 at R.D. Luton.1,3 
Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1939.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  4. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.

Sarah SHEWARD1,2

F, #2953, b. circa 1730
Relationship5th great-grandmother of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsAncestors of Reginald John James
Birth*circa 1730 Sarah SHEWARD was born circa 1730. 
Married Name11 October 1759  As of 11 October 1759, her married name was Applebee.1,2 
(Bride) Marriage*11 October 1759 She married Thomas Applebee on 11 October 1759 at The Parish Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Hanbury, WOR.1,2 
Had a son29 April 1764 Her son Thomas Appleby was baptised on 29 April 1764 at Hanbury, WOR.1 
Had a Daughter29 April 1764 Her daughter Sarah Applebee was baptised on 29 April 1764 at Hanbury, WOR.1 
Had a Daughterbetween 22 August 1766 and 21 August 1767 Her daughter Elizabeth APPLEBY was born between 22 August 1766 and 21 August 1767 at Stoke Prior, WOR.3 
Had a Daughter7 May 1769 Her daughter Ann Applebey was baptised on 7 May 1769 at Hanbury, WOR.1 
Had a Daughter7 April 1771 Her daughter Ann Applebey was baptised on 7 April 1771 at Hanbury, WOR.1 
Had a sonMay 1773 Her son John Applebey was baptised in May 1773 at Hanbury, WOR.1 
Had a son15 October 1775 Her son Joseph Applebee was baptised on 15 October 1775 at Hanbury, WOR.1 
Had a Daughter4 July 1779 Her daughter Hannah Applebey was baptised on 4 July 1779 at Hanbury, WOR.1 

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(Bride) Marriage*11 October 1759 Sarah SHEWARD married Thomas Applebee on 11 October 1759 at The Parish Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Hanbury, WOR.1,2 
Children
Last Edited7 Oct 2015

Citations

  1. [S3] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  2. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://home.comcast.net/~whitehouse-family/families/davis/davis.html."
  3. [S31] Parochial Records, Burials "Stoke Prior, WOR."

Albert Shipston1

M, #3075, b. between 1 April 1887 and 30 June 1887, d. between 1 April 1887 and 30 June 1887
FatherJames Shipston1 b. 26 Jan 1851, d. bt 6 Apr 1891 - 3 May 1891
MotherMary Ann Havenhand1 b. bt 1 Apr 1857 - 30 Jun 1857
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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 Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 April 1887 and 30 June 1887  His death was registered between 1 April 1887 and 30 June 1887 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9c, 312 as Shipstone, Albert, age 0.2 
Death*between 1 April 1887 and 30 June 1887 Albert Shipston died between 1 April 1887 and 30 June 1887 at R.D. Sheffield.2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1887 and 30 June 1887  His birth was registered between 1 April 1887 and 30 June 1887 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 09c, 488 Shipstone, Albert, mother: Hevenhand (sic).3 
Birth*between 1 April 1887 and 30 June 1887 Albert Shipston, son of James Shipston and Mary Ann Havenhand, was born between 1 April 1887 and 30 June 1887 at R.D. Sheffield.1 
 Albert Shipston was the son of James Shipston and Mary Ann Havenhand.1 

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Last Edited10 Apr 2021

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  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO."
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."

Fanny Shipston1

F, #3073, b. between 1 July 1879 and 30 September 1879, d. between 1 October 1879 and 31 December 1879
FatherSamuel Shipston1 b. bt 1 Jul 1856 - 30 Sep 1856, d. 6 May 1928
MotherDinah Broadhead1 b. bt 1 Jul 1856 - 30 Sep 1856, d. 26 Mar 1907
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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 Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1879 and 30 September 1879  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1879 and 30 September 1879 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 7b, 299 Shipstone, Fanny mother: Broadhead.2 
Birth*between 1 July 1879 and 30 September 1879 Fanny Shipston, daughter of Samuel Shipston and Dinah Broadhead, was born between 1 July 1879 and 30 September 1879 at R.D. Nottingham.1 
 Fanny Shipston was the daughter of Samuel Shipston and Dinah Broadhead.1 
Death*between 1 October 1879 and 31 December 1879 Fanny Shipston died between 1 October 1879 and 31 December 1879 at R.D. Nottingham.3 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1879 and 31 December 1879  Her death was registered between 1 October 1879 and 31 December 1879 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 7b, 183 as Shipstone, Fanny, age 3 (probably months).3 

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Last Edited20 Apr 2021

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  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "www.gro.gov.uk."
  3. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "www.gro.gov.uk."

Joseph Shipston1

M, #3084, b. between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906, d. between 1 July 1906 and 30 September 1906
FatherJoseph William Shipston1 b. bt 1 Jan 1881 - 3 Jan 1881, d. b 29 Sep 1939
MotherElizabeth Askwith1 b. 11 Dec 1866, d. bt 1 Oct 1948 - 31 Dec 1948
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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 Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906  His birth was registered between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 09c, 699 Shipstone, Joseph, mother: Askwith.2 
Birth*between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906 Joseph Shipston, son of Joseph William Shipston and Elizabeth Askwith, was born between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906 at R.D. Sheffield.1 
 Joseph Shipston was the son of Joseph William Shipston and Elizabeth Askwith.1 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1906 and 30 September 1906  His death was registered between 1 July 1906 and 30 September 1906 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9c, 400 as Shipstone, Joseph age 0.3 
Death*between 1 July 1906 and 30 September 1906 Joseph Shipston died between 1 July 1906 and 30 September 1906 at R.D. Sheffield.1 

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Last Edited10 Apr 2021

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  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  3. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."

Violet Annie Shipston1

F, #3079, b. between 1 October 1887 and 31 December 1887, d. between 1 October 1889 and 31 December 1889
FatherSamuel Shipston1 b. bt 1 Jul 1856 - 30 Sep 1856, d. 6 May 1928
MotherDinah Broadhead1 b. bt 1 Jul 1856 - 30 Sep 1856, d. 26 Mar 1907
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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 Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1887 and 31 December 1887  Her birth was registered between 1 October 1887 and 31 December 1887 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 7b, 315 Shipstone, Violet Annie mother: Broadhead.2 
Birth*between 1 October 1887 and 31 December 1887 Violet Annie Shipston, daughter of Samuel Shipston and Dinah Broadhead, was born between 1 October 1887 and 31 December 1887 at R.D. Nottingham.1 
 Violet Annie Shipston was the daughter of Samuel Shipston and Dinah Broadhead.1 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1889 and 31 December 1889  Her death was registered between 1 October 1889 and 31 December 1889 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 85 as Shipstone, Violet Ann, age 2.3 
Death*between 1 October 1889 and 31 December 1889 Violet Annie Shipston died between 1 October 1889 and 31 December 1889 at R.D. Basford.1,2 

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Last Edited20 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "www.gro.gov.uk."
  3. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "www.gro.gov.uk."

(?) Shipstone1

M, #3074, b. between 1 October 1883 and 31 December 1883, d. between 1 October 1883 and 31 December 1883
FatherEnoch Shipstone1 b. 27 Feb 1859, d. 8 Mar 1914
MotherAda Alice Fewkes1 b. 23 Apr 1862, d. 23 Nov 1944
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1883 and 31 December 1883  His birth was registered between 1 October 1883 and 31 December 1883 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 168 Shipstone, - male mother: Fewkes.1 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1883 and 31 December 1883  His death was registered between 1 October 1883 and 31 December 1883 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 86 as Shipstone, - male age 0.2 
Death*between 1 October 1883 and 31 December 1883 (?) Shipstone died between 1 October 1883 and 31 December 1883 at R.D. Basford.1,2 
Birth*between 1 October 1883 and 31 December 1883 (?) Shipstone, son of Enoch Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes, was born between 1 October 1883 and 31 December 1883 at R.D. Basford.1 
 (?) Shipstone was the son of Enoch Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes.1 

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Citations

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

(?) Shipstone1

F, #3077, b. between 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884, d. between 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884
FatherEnoch Shipstone1 b. 27 Feb 1859, d. 8 Mar 1914
MotherAda Alice Fewkes1 b. 23 Apr 1862, d. 23 Nov 1944
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 186 Shipstone, - female mother: Fewkes.1 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884  Her death was registered between 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 98 as Shipstone, - female age 0.2 
Death*between 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884 (?) Shipstone died between 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884 at R.D. Basford.1,2 
Birth*between 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884 (?) Shipstone, daughter of Enoch Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes, was born between 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884 at R.D. Basford.1 
 (?) Shipstone was the daughter of Enoch Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes.1 

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Citations

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

Ada Shipstone1

F, #3080, b. between 1 October 1888 and 31 December 1888, d. between 1 July 1889 and 30 September 1889
FatherJohn Shipstone1 b. 21 Apr 1849, d. bt 1 Oct 1923 - 31 Dec 1923
MotherRebecca Moore1 b. bt 1 Oct 1849 - 31 Dec 1849, d. bt 1 Apr 1926 - 30 Jun 1926
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Shipston bn 1760 - DSP
Descendant Indented James Shipston
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1791
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760 brewing association
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1888 and 31 December 1888  Her birth was registered between 1 October 1888 and 31 December 1888 at R.D. Basford Ref: 07b, 209 Shipstone, Ada mother: Moore.2 
Birth*between 1 October 1888 and 31 December 1888 Ada Shipstone, daughter of John Shipstone and Rebecca Moore, was born between 1 October 1888 and 31 December 1888 at R.D. Basford.1 
 Ada Shipstone was the daughter of John Shipstone and Rebecca Moore.1 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1889 and 30 September 1889  Her death was registered between 1 July 1889 and 30 September 1889 at R.D. Basford Ref: 07b, 116 Shipstone, Ada age 1.3 
Death*between 1 July 1889 and 30 September 1889 Ada Shipstone died between 1 July 1889 and 30 September 1889 at R.D. Basford.1,3 

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Citations

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

Agatha Ann Shipstone1

F, #760, b. 22 May 1873, d. 9 December 1958
FatherJohn Shipstone b. 21 Apr 1849, d. bt 1 Oct 1923 - 31 Dec 1923
MotherRebecca Moore b. bt 1 Oct 1849 - 31 Dec 1849, d. bt 1 Apr 1926 - 30 Jun 1926
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Shipston bn 1760 - DSP
Descendant Indented James Shipston
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1791
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760 brewing association
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1873 and 3 June 1873  Her birth was registered between 1 April 1873 and 3 June 1873 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b 114, Shipstone, Agatha Ann mother: Moore.1,2 
(Child) Birth*22 May 1873 Agatha Ann Shipstone, daughter of John Shipstone and Rebecca Moore, was born on 22 May 1873 at Eastwood, NTT.3,1,4 
 Agatha Ann Shipstone was the daughter of John Shipstone and Rebecca Moore
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of Marple Street, St. Mary's, Nottingham, NTT, listed Agatha Ann Shipstone in the household of John Shipstone and Rebecca Moore described as Agatha A. Shipstone, daughter age 7 born Eastwood, NTT.5 
Baptism14 July 1882 Agatha Ann Shipstone was baptised on 14 July 1882 at St Mary Magdalene church, Sutton-in-Ashfield, NTT.6 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 159 Belle Vue Road, Leeds, YKS, listed Agatha Ann Shipstone described as Agatha Shipstone, niece, single age 17, born Eastwood, NTT, in the household of Charles & Agatha Thorpe (manager of carpet cleaning works). Enumerated with "nephew" Charles J Shipstone, age 12, scholar born Nottingham (no Charles Shipstone exists in GRO births - so who is this?). Note that Agatha Thorpe is actually Agatha Ann's aunt, nee Moore. Is this Charles Agatha's brother?7 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of Frederick Terr., Arnold, NTT, listed Agatha Ann Shipstone in the household of John Shipstone and Rebecca Moore described as Agatha Ann Shipstone, daughter, single, age 27, hosiery mender, worker, born Eastwood, NTT.8 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of Frederick Terrace, Nottingham Road, Arnold, NTT, listed Agatha Ann Shipstone in the household of John Shipstone and Rebecca Moore described as Agatha Ann Shipstone, daughter, female, age 37, single, hosiery mender, worker, born Eastwood, NTT.9 
Directory1924 Agatha Ann Shipstone and Rebecca Moore were named in 1924 in the Arnold (Bestwood Park), Polling District B.
Mansfield Road
1924 Autumn
3917 O O Shipstone, Rebecca 63
3918 O O Shipstone, Agatha Ann 63
Mother and daughter.

Note next door, another daughter
3819 R O Simpson, Arthur 65
3820 HO HO Simpson, Rebecca 65

And a son nearby
3823 R O Shipstone, James Ernest 69
3824 HO HO Shipstone, Adelaide 69 at 63 Nottingham Road, Arnold, NTT.10 
Directory1926 Agatha Ann Shipstone and Rebecca Moore were named in 1926 in the Arnold (Bestwood Park), Polling District B.
Mansfield Road
1926 Spring
4043 O O Shipstone, Rebecca 63
4044 O O Shipstone, Agatha Ann 63
Mother and daughter.

Note next door, another daughter
4045 R O Simpson, Arthur 65
4046 HO HO Simpson, Rebecca 65

And a son nearby
4050 R O Shipstone, James Ernest 69
4051 HO HO Shipstone, Adelaide 69 at 63 Nottingham Road, Arnold, NTT.10 
(Distribution) Will13 September 1927 Agatha Ann Shipstone was named as Agatha Ann Shipstone, 1/616 share worth $14.48 in the distribution account for the Estate of Joseph Bingham dated 13 September 1927.11 
Directory1929 Agatha Ann Shipstone was named in 1929 in the Arnold (Bestwood Park), Polling District B.
Nottingham Road
1929
5028 Rw Ow Shipstone, Agatha Ann 63

Note Sister Rebecca next door:
5029 R O Simpson, Arthur 65
5030 Rw Dw Simpson, Rebecca 65
5031 Rw - Simpson, Ethel 65

Note also younger brother a couple of doors way:
5034 R O Shipstone, James Ernest 69
5035 Rw Dw Shipstone, Adelaide 69 at 63 Nottingham Road, Arnold, NTT.10 
Directory*1930 She was named in 1930 in the Arnold (Bestwood Park), Polling District B.
Nottingham Road
1930
5555 Rw Ow Shipstone, Agatha Ann 63

Note Sister Rebecca next door:
5556 R O Simpson, Arthur 65
5557 Rw Dw Simpson, Rebecca 65
5558 Rw - Simpson, Ethel 65

Note also younger brother a couple of doors way:
5561 R O Shipstone, James Ernest 69
5562 Rw Dw Shipstone, Adelaide 69 at 63 Nottingham Road, Arnold, NTT.10 
Directory1931 She was named in 1931 in the Arnold (Bestwood Park), Polling District B.
Nottingham Road
1931
5873 Rw Ow Shipstone, Agatha Ann 63

Note Sister Rebecca next door:
5874 R O Simpson, Arthur 65
5875 Rw Dw Simpson, Rebecca 65
5876 Rw - Simpson, Ethel 65

Note also younger brother a couple of doors way:
5879 R O Shipstone, James Ernest 69
5880 Rw Dw Shipstone, Adelaide 69
at 63 Nottingham Road, Arnold, NTT.10 
(Present-Main-Alone) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 She was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 63 Nottingham Road, Arnold, NTT, described as Shipstone, Agatha A., female, born 22.5.1873, single, Examiner Hosiery manufacturer with no-one else..4 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1958 and 31 December 1958  Her death was registered between 1 October 1958 and 31 December 1958 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 3c 271, age 85. Indexed as "Agnes A."12 
(Deceased) Death*9 December 1958 Agatha Ann Shipstone died on 9 December 1958 at Sherwood Hospital, Nottingham, NTT, Age 85.13 
Address*9 December 1958  As of 9 December 1958, Agatha Ann Shipstone lived at 63 Nottingham Road, Daybrook, NTT.14 
(Deceased) Prob Index*10 February 1959  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Shipstone Agatha Ann of 63 Nottingham Road Daybrook Nottinghamshire spinster died 9 December 1958 at Sherwood Hospital Nottingham. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Derek Arthur Shipstone described as Derek Arthur shipstone, bank manager on 10 February 1959 by The Probate Office, Nottingham. Estate valued at £213 4s 2d.13,14 

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Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  3. [S1] Census, census 1881.
  4. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  5. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  6. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Notts Baptisms."
  7. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  8. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  9. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  10. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Electoral Registers - FindmyPast."
  11. [S52] Private papers.
  12. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths.
  13. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index.
  14. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."

Agatha Lille Shipstone1,2

F, #1139, b. between 1 July 1917 and 30 September 1917, d. between 1 October 1918 and 31 December 1918
FatherJames Ernest Shipstone1 b. 18 Feb 1893, d. bt 1 Jan 1970 - 31 Mar 1970
MotherAdelaide Lillian Colbert1 b. 15 Sep 1890, d. bt 1 Jan 1977 - 31 Mar 1977
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Shipston bn 1760 - DSP
Descendant Indented James Shipston
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1791
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760 brewing association
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
Birth*between 1 July 1917 and 30 September 1917 Agatha Lille Shipstone, daughter of James Ernest Shipstone and Adelaide Lillian Colbert, was born between 1 July 1917 and 30 September 1917 at R.D. Peterborough.1,2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1917 and 30 September 1917  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1917 and 30 September 1917 at R.D. Peterborough Ref: 03b 300, Shipstone, Agatha Lille mother: Colbert.1,2 
 Agatha Lille Shipstone was the daughter of James Ernest Shipstone and Adelaide Lillian Colbert.1 
Death*between 1 October 1918 and 31 December 1918 Agatha Lille Shipstone died between 1 October 1918 and 31 December 1918 at R.D. Peterborough.3,4 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1918 and 31 December 1918  Her death was registered between 1 October 1918 and 31 December 1918 at R.D. Peterborough Ref: 3b 445, Shipstone, Agatha Lille age 1.3,4 

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Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  3. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths.
  4. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GRO Online."

Albert George Shipstone1

M, #1309, b. 30 September 1881, d. between 1 July 1967 and 31 August 1967
FatherWilliam Shipstone1 b. bt 1 Oct 1848 - 29 Oct 1848, d. 25 Nov 1934
MotherMary Heathcoat1 b. bt 6 Apr 1846 - 31 Mar 1847, d. bt 1 Jul 1922 - 30 Sep 1922
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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 Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
Birth*30 September 1881 Albert George Shipstone, son of William Shipstone and Mary Heathcoat, was born on 30 September 1881 at Buxton, DBY.1,2,3 
 Albert George Shipstone was the son of William Shipstone and Mary Heathcoat.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1881 and 31 December 1881  His birth was registered between 1 October 1881 and 31 December 1881 at R.D. Chapel-en-le-Frith Ref: 7b 766, Shipstone, Albert George mother: Heathcote.2,4 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 10 Bennett Street, Buxton, DBY, listed Albert George Shipstone in the household of William Shipstone and Mary Heathcoat described as Albert G Shipstone, son, age 9, scholar, born Buxton, DBY.5 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 10 Bennett Street, Buxton, DBY, listed Albert George Shipstone in the household of William Shipstone and Mary Heathcoat described as Albert George Shipstone, son, single age 19, carter, coal carrier, worker, born Buxton, DBY.1 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1910 and 31 March 1910  His marriage was registered between 1 January 1910 and 31 March 1910 at R.D. Chapel-le-Frith.6,7 
(Groom) Marriage*between 1 January 1910 and 31 March 1910 Albert George Shipstone married Florence Amelia May Goodwin Phillips between 1 January 1910 and 31 March 1910 at Congregational Church, High Buxton, DBY,
Year: 1910
Forenames: Albert George
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Florence Amelia May
Spouse Surname: PHILLIPS
Place: High Buxton
Description: Congregational Church
County: Derbyshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 39
Register Entry: RO/12/055.8,6 
Had a Son23 June 1910 His son Albert George Shipstone was born on 23 June 1910 at Buxton, DBY.9,10,11 
(Head) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of 3 Bennett Street, Buxton, DBY, as Albert Shipstone, head, male, age 29, married, general carter, (builder), worker, born Buxton, DBY. He was enumerated with his wife Florence Amelia May Goodwin Phillips, Albert George Shipstone, William Phillips, cousin, age 12 (probably Florence's nephew or brother?), born Montreal, Canada. The house had 5 rooms.8 
Had a Son26 September 1911 His son Arthur Shipstone was born on 26 September 1911 at Buxton, DBY.9,10,11 
Had a Daughter16 September 1915 His daughter Florence Minnie Shipstone was born on 16 September 1915 at Buxton, DBY.11 
Resch Note*between 1 January 1922 and 31 March 1922 Research Note:
Something wrong here.

FindmyPast has a different interpretation of the marriage registration.

I prefer Ancestry's Hannah M theory, as it matches other evidence - i.e. death of a Hannah M Shipstone age 50 in 1933.
Also, a Hannah Martha Shipstone is buried in the same grave as Albert George. Bit of a QED, I think.

This one I don't think is right (FindMyPast has paired the wrong one):
Year: 1922
Forenames: Albert George
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Teresa Mary
Spouse Surname: BRAMWELL
Place: Fairfield
Description: Wesleyan Chapel
County: Derbyshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 395
Register Entry: RO/19/049.6,12
 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1922 and 31 March 1922  His marriage was registered between 1 January 1922 and 31 March 1922 at R.D. Chapel-en-le-Frith.13,7 
Marriage*between 1 January 1922 and 31 March 1922 Albert George Shipstone married Hannah Martha Harrison between 1 January 1922 and 31 March 1922 at R.D. Chapel-le-Frith.7 
Directory*1925 Albert George Shipstone was named in 1925 in the Trade Directory in Buxton library as A Shipston of 9 Bennett Street at Buxton, DBY.14 
Directory1937 He was named in 1937 in the Trade Directory in Buxton library as Albert Shipstone of 9 Bennett Street at Buxton, DBY.14 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 He was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 9 Bennett Street, Buxton, DBY, as Shipstone, Albert G., Male, born 30.9.1881, widower, carting & bagging coal - heavy worker. He was enumerated with. On same street as brother. On his own. His daughter Minnie is nearby 113 London Road, with her aunt Gertrude and grandfather Herbert Phillips (and her own illegitimate son).3 
Directory1942 Albert George Shipstone was named in 1942 in the Trade Directory in Buxton library as Albert Shipstone of 9 Bennett Street at Buxton, DBY.14 
Death*between 1 July 1967 and 31 August 1967 He died between 1 July 1967 and 31 August 1967 at R.D. Stockport.15,12 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1967 and 30 September 1967  His death was registered between 1 July 1967 and 30 September 1967 at R.D. Stockport Ref: 10A 908, age 85.15 
(Interred) Burial*31 August 1967 He was buried on 31 August 1967 at Plot 2939, Buxton Cemetery, Buxton, DBY, burial no. 5366, Shipstone, Albert George 31 Aug 1967 age 85, C of E, plot 2939.12 

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(Groom) Marriage*between 1 January 1910 and 31 March 1910 Albert George Shipstone married Florence Amelia May Goodwin Phillips between 1 January 1910 and 31 March 1910 at Congregational Church, High Buxton, DBY,
Year: 1910
Forenames: Albert George
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Florence Amelia May
Spouse Surname: PHILLIPS
Place: High Buxton
Description: Congregational Church
County: Derbyshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 39
Register Entry: RO/12/055.8,6 
Children

Family of Albert George Shipstone and Hannah Martha Harrison

Marriage*between 1 January 1922 and 31 March 1922 Albert George Shipstone married Hannah Martha Harrison between 1 January 1922 and 31 March 1922 at R.D. Chapel-le-Frith.7 
Last Edited1 May 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "1837online."
  3. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  5. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  6. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Findmypast."
  7. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  8. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  9. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  10. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  11. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "St Mary the Virgin, Buxton, DBY."
  12. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://www.highpeak.gov.uk/sites/default/files/documents/pages/Copy of Buxton Cemetery - amalgamated.xls."
  13. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Ancestry."
  14. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Compiled by Elizabeth Wildgoose, from Census Returns and trade directories at Buxton Library.
    www.peaklandhertiage.org.uk/bennett_street_households.doc."
  15. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "1837online."

Albert George Shipstone1,2

M, #1818, b. 23 June 1910, d. November 1986
FatherAlbert George Shipstone1 b. 30 Sep 1881, d. bt 1 Jul 1967 - 31 Aug 1967
MotherFlorence Amelia May Goodwin Phillips1 b. bt 1 Jan 1888 - 31 Mar 1888, d. bt 1 Oct 1918 - 31 Dec 1918
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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 Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
Birth*23 June 1910 Albert George Shipstone, son of Albert George Shipstone and Florence Amelia May Goodwin Phillips, was born on 23 June 1910 at Buxton, DBY.1,2,3 
 Albert George Shipstone was the son of Albert George Shipstone and Florence Amelia May Goodwin Phillips.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1910 and 30 September 1910  His birth was registered between 1 July 1910 and 30 September 1910 at R.D. Chapel-le-Frith Ref: 7b, 896, Shipstone, Albert George mother: Phillips.1 
(Child) Baptism20 July 1910 Albert George Shipstone was baptised on 20 July 1910 at St. Mary the Virgin, Buxton, DBY, 20 July 1910, born 23 June 1910, Albert George, Albert George & Florence Amelia May Goodwin Shipstone, 3 Bennett Street, Carter.3 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 3 Bennett Street, Buxton, DBY, listed Albert George Shipstone in the household of Albert George Shipstone and Florence Amelia May Goodwin Phillips described as George Shipstone, son, male age 10 months, born Buxton, DBY.4 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1935 and 31 March 1935  His marriage was registered between 1 January 1935 and 31 March 1935 at R.D. Chapel-le-Frith.5,6 
(Groom) Marriage*between 1 January 1935 and 31 March 1935 Albert George Shipstone married Hilda Chambers between 1 January 1935 and 31 March 1935 at St. Peter, Fairfield, DBY,
Year: 1935
Forenames: Albert George
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Hilda
Spouse Surname: CHAMBERS
Place: Fairfield
Description: St. Peter
County: Derbyshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 395
Register Entry: C06/05/005.7 
Resch Note*between 1 October 1935 and 31 December 1935 Research Note: at R.D. Chapel-le-Frith
Birth of George H.H. Shipstone may also be theirs (as they have 2 closed records - presumably their children - in 1939), but mother recorded as "Shipstone", not Chambers.

NO - George H.H. is actually the illegitimate son of Albert's sister, Florence Minnie Shipstone.-.1
 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 He was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 17 Longson Road, Chapel-en-le-Frith, DBY, as Shipstone, George A., male, born 23 Jun 1910, married, carpenter & joiner lime filler. He was enumerated with Hilda Chambers, 2 closed records, presumably their children..8 
Death*November 1986 Albert George Shipstone died in November 1986 at R.D. Stockport.2 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*November 1986  His death was registered in November 1986 at R.D. Stockport Ref: Volume No 39
Page No 1307
Reg No 1186.2 

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(Groom) Marriage*between 1 January 1935 and 31 March 1935 Albert George Shipstone married Hilda Chambers between 1 January 1935 and 31 March 1935 at St. Peter, Fairfield, DBY,
Year: 1935
Forenames: Albert George
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Hilda
Spouse Surname: CHAMBERS
Place: Fairfield
Description: St. Peter
County: Derbyshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 395
Register Entry: C06/05/005.7 
Last Edited1 May 2021

Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  3. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "St Mary the Virgin, Buxton, DBY."
  4. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  5. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  6. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Ancestry."
  7. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Findmypast."
  8. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.

Albert Victor Shipstone1

M, #1183, b. 8 July 1897, d. 1 May 1915
FatherBen Shipstone1 b. 27 Mar 1864, d. bt 1 Oct 1902 - 31 Dec 1902
MotherElizabeth Askwith1 b. 11 Dec 1866, d. bt 1 Oct 1948 - 31 Dec 1948
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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 Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1897 and 30 September 1897  His birth was registered between 1 July 1897 and 30 September 1897 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9c, 652 Shipstone, Albert Victor mother: Askwith.2,3 
Birth*8 July 1897 Albert Victor Shipstone, son of Ben Shipstone and Elizabeth Askwith, was born on 8 July 1897 at Darnell, Sheffield, YKS.1,4,5 
 Albert Victor Shipstone was the son of Ben Shipstone and Elizabeth Askwith.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 41 Nightingale St., Darnell, Sheffield, YKS, listed Albert Victor Shipstone in the household of Ben Shipstone and Elizabeth Askwith described as Albert V Shipstone, son age 3 , born Darnell, YKS.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 418 Coleridge Rd, Attercliffe, Sheffield, YKS, listed Albert Victor Shipstone in the household of Joseph William Shipston and Elizabeth Askwith described as Albert W Shipstone, son, male age 13, single, school, born Darnell, YKS.6 
Note*between 1914 and 1915 Shipstone, Albert Victor

Number:     PO/17491
     
Rank:     Private
     
Awards:     
     
Service branch:     Royal Marine Light Infantry
     
Unit:     Deal Battalion
     
Date of birth:     8 Jul 1897
     
Date of death:     1 May 1915
     
Cause of death:     Killed in action
          
Service history:     Enlisted Nottingham 17/8/14
Embarked Royal Marines Brigade 13/9/14
Deal Battalion (14 Star Roll reads Portsmouth Battalion) at Dunkirk 19/9/14-12/10/14
MEF 28/2/15-1/5/15 Discharged Dead
     
Burial:     Helles Memorial (MR 4)
     
Notes:     A Miner
born Darnall, Sheffield 8/7/1897
Son of Ben and Elizabeth Shipstone, of 48 Coleridge Road, Attercliffe, Sheffield, Yorkshire
1914 Star issued to mother 13/11/19.4 
Notebetween 1914 and 1918 Shipstone. Albert Victor, PO/17491.7 
Death*1 May 1915 Albert Victor Shipstone died on 1 May 1915.4,5 
(Interred) Burial*after 1 May 1915 He was buried after 1 May 1915 at Stone no 6, Helles Memorial, Galipoli Peninsular, Turkey, Died 1 May 1915
Plot: No Known Grave; name is listed on Panel 2 to 7.
PO/17491 Private Albert Victor SHIPSTONE, Royal Marine Light Infantry, Deal Battalion, Royal Naval Division, 1st May 1915. Age 18. Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Shipstone, of 418 Coleridge Rd., Attercliffe, Sheffield, and the late Ben Shipstone.



Cemetery notes and/or description:
The Helles Memorial stands on the tip of the Gallipoli Peninsula. It takes the form of an obelisk over 30 metres high that can be seen by ships passing through the Dardanelles. The Panel Numbers quoted at the end of each entry relate to the panels dedicated to the Regiment served with. In some instances where a casualty is recorded as attached to another Regiment, his name may alternatively appear within their Regimental Panels. Please refer to the on-site Memorial Register Introduction to determine the alternative panel numbers if you do not find the name within the quoted Panels.

The eight month campaign in Gallipoli was fought by Commonwealth and French forces in an attempt to force Turkey out of the war, to relieve the deadlock of the Western Front in France and Belgium, and to open a supply route to Russia through the Dardanelles and the Black Sea. The Allies landed on the peninsula on 25-26 April 1915; the 29th Division at Cape Helles in the south and the Australian and New Zealand Corps north of Gaba Tepe on the west coast, an area soon known as Anzac. On 6 August, further landings were made at Suvla, just north of Anzac, and the climax of the campaign came in early August when simultaneous assaults were launched on all three fronts. However, the difficult terrain and stiff Turkish resistance soon led to the stalemate of trench warfare. From the end of August, no further serious action was fought and the lines remained unchanged. The peninsula was successfully evacuated in December and early January 1916.

The Helles Memorial serves the dual function of Commonwealth Battle Memorial for the whole Gallipoli campaign and place of commemoration for more than 21,000 of those Commonwealth servicemen who died there and have no known grave. The United Kingdom and Indian forces named on the memorial died in operations throughout the peninsula, the Australians at Helles. There are also panels for those who died or were buried at sea in Gallipoli waters.

There are four other Memorials to the Missing at Gallipoli. The Lone Pine, Hill 60, and Chunuk Bair Memorials commemorate Australian and New Zealanders at Anzac. The Twelve Tree Copse Memorial commemorates the New Zealanders at Helles. Naval casualties of the United Kingdom lost or buried at sea are recorded on their respective Memorials at Portsmouth, Plymouth and, Chatham, in the United Kingdom.8,9 
Resch Note*19 May 1915 Research Note:
Shipstone. A.V. Pte. R.M. Killed Dardanelles on 13/5/15. Of 418 Coleridge Road, Attercliffe. 19/5/15 SDI.10
 
Resch Note*13 November 1919 Research Note:
Issue of 1914 Navy Star

The 1914 Star
to the
Royal Navy and Royal Marines

(1995, Navy and Military Press)

Portsmouth Battalion R.M.L.I.
(note: 1037 medals, 1019 issued)

Shipstone, A.V., Pte, Po17491, D DD 1 May 1915. Mother Mrs. E, Shipstone 13 Nov 1919

Clasp:
"D" denotes service at Dunkirk, or Dunkirk Air Stations (R.N.A.S.); not entitled to clasp.

Medals:
"DD" = Discharged dead.11
 

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Last Edited20 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  4. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "www.findmypast.com."
  5. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Ancestry - British Army/Navy BMD 1730-1960."
  6. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  7. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://www.sheffieldhistory.co.uk/forums/lofiversion/index.php/t4235.html."
  8. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "www.findagrave.com."
  9. [S66] Website CWGC (www.cwgc.org).
  10. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Sheffield history forum."
  11. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Google books - The 1914 Star to the Royal Navy and Royal Marines 1995."

Alfred Edward Shipstone1

M, #1086, b. between 1 April 1892 and 29 April 1892, d. 30 September 1897
FatherEnoch Shipstone1 b. 27 Feb 1859, d. 8 Mar 1914
MotherAda Alice Fewkes1 b. 23 Apr 1862, d. 23 Nov 1944
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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
(Child) Birth*between 1 April 1892 and 29 April 1892 Alfred Edward Shipstone, son of Enoch Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes, was born between 1 April 1892 and 29 April 1892 at R.D. Basford.1,2,3 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1892 and 30 June 1892  His birth was registered between 1 April 1892 and 30 June 1892 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b 206, Shipstone, Alfred Edward mother: Fewkes.2,4 
 Alfred Edward Shipstone was the son of Enoch Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes.1 
Death*30 September 1897 Alfred Edward Shipstone died on 30 September 1897 at Fern Bank, 7 Second Avenue, Sherwood Rise, NTT.1 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1897 and 31 December 1897  His death was registered between 1 October 1897 and 31 December 1897 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b 167; age 5 at death.5 
(Interred) Burial*4 October 1897 He was buried on 4 October 1897 at Church Cemetery, Nottingham, NTT, Alfred Edward the dearly beloved son of Enoch & Ada Shipstone who died Sep 30th 1897 aged 5 years and 5 months.

In a Family Vault, plot 4479, Beech J, 10 feet deep
Burial 10165 - Alfred Edward Shipstone, age 5, buried 4 Oct 1897
Burial 21953 - Enoch Shipstone, age 55, buried 11 Mar 1914
Burial 38337 - Ada Alice Shipstone, age 82, buried 27th Nov 1944
3 interments in total.1,6,7 

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Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S62] Nottingham Church Cemetery Interment Books, 1897 burial No. 10165, grave no. 4479.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  3. [S2] MI "Alfred Edward the dearly beloved son of Enoch & Ada Shipstone who dies Sep 30th 1897 aged 5 years and 5 months."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  5. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths.
  6. [S2] MI "Church Cemetery, NTT."
  7. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "www.deceasedonline.com."

Alice Christabel Everingham Shipstone1,2,3

F, #761, b. 3 February 1885, d. 29 January 1942
FatherJames Shipstone1 b. bt 1 Jan 1846 - 31 Mar 1846, d. 8 Sep 1922
MotherLucy Barker1 b. bt 1 Oct 1850 - 31 Dec 1850, d. 13 Feb 1912
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1885 and 31 March 1885  Her birth was registered between 1 January 1885 and 31 March 1885 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 185 Shipstone, Alice Christabel Everingham mother: Barker.2,4 
Birth*3 February 1885 Alice Christabel Everingham Shipstone, daughter of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker, was born on 3 February 1885 at Woodthorpe, NTT.1,2,5 
 Alice Christabel Everingham Shipstone was the daughter of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of Woodthorpe Lodge, Mansfield Road, Sherwood, Nottingham, NTT, listed Alice Christabel Everingham Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker described as Alice C. E. Shipstone, daughter, age 6, born Woodthorpe, NTT.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 15 Magdala Rd., Nottingham, NTT, listed Alice Christabel Everingham Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker described as Alice Shipstone, daughter single age 16, born Nottm, NTT.6 
Married Namebetween 1 July 1906 and 30 September 1906  As of between 1 July 1906 and 30 September 1906, her married name was Wing.3,7 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1906 and 30 September 1906  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1906 and 30 September 1906 at R.D. Nottingham.8 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 July 1906 and 30 September 1906 Alice Christabel Everingham Shipstone married Arthur Leslie Wing between 1 July 1906 and 30 September 1906 at R.D. Nottingham.3,7 
(Subject) Newspaper*22 August 1906  Alice Christabel Everingham Shipstone and Arthur Leslie Wing were the subject of a newspaper article on 22 August 1906.

Local Weddings

Miss A.C. Shipstone and Mr. A.L. Wing

There was a numerous company at St. Andrew's Church, Nottingham, today, to witness the nuptials of Miss Alice Christabel Shipstone, the third daughter of Mr. James Shipstone, of Northlands, Magdala-road, and Mr. Arthur Leslie Wing, the second son of Mr. William Wing, of Sheffield. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of Brussels point lace, veiled with ivory chiffon on chiffon taffeta, and had a veil of white tulle, surmounting a wreath of orange blossom. There were four bridesmaids, Miss Husband, Miss Turner, Miss Warwick and Miss Wing, who were gowned in pale mousseline de soie, trimmed with champagne point de Navarre lace, with deep swathes of tapetta chiffon, and they carried bouquets of sweet peas. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. H.H. Wing, of Sheffield, the best man. The Rev. F.R. Pyper, vicar of St. Andrew's conducted the ceremony, and Mr. F. Wyatt (in the absence of Dr. Corbett, the St. Andrew's organist), played several compositions, including Mendelsohn's Wedding March. A breakfast was served in a marquee on the lawn of Northlands, and later in the day Mr. and Mrs. Wing left for Scotland. The bride's travelling costume was of pale fawn souple cloth, tailor-made, with a little bolero disclosing a veil of pale blue chene?, gold tissue being introduced. There was a striking display of wedding presents.9
 
Had a Sonbetween 1 July 1910 and 30 September 1910 Her son Ronald Leslie Peter Wing was born between 1 July 1910 and 30 September 1910 at R.D. Ecclesall Bierlow.2,10 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 15 Magdala Road, Nottingham, NTT, listed Alice Christabel Everingham Wing in the household of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker described as Alice Christabel Everingham Wing, daughter, age 26, married 4 years with 1 living child, born Woodthorpe, NTT.11 
Death of Mother13 February 1912 Her mother Lucy Barker died on 13 February 1912 at Magdala Road, Nottingham, NTT.12,13,14,15 
(Mentioned) Newspaper9 August 1913 Alice Christabel Everingham Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 9 August 1913. Mr. and Mrs.Wing (Sheffield) invitees and attendees at the marriage of Mr. James Shipstone to Mary Hancorne Nickolls in Grantham.16
 
(Witness) Resch Note9 September 1919 She was a witness On Enlistment papers in 1915 of Francis Edgar Shipstone, named as:
Sister, full blood:
A.C.E. Wing, 35 of 50, Belgrave Road, Ranmore, Sheffield with Francis Edgar Shipstone on 9 September 1919.17 
(Beneficiary) Will24 May 1922 Alice Christabel Everingham Shipstone was named as Alice Christabel Everingham Wing, daughter, a beneficiary in the Will of James Shipstone dated 24 May 1922.3 
Death of Father8 September 1922 Her father James Shipstone died on 8 September 1922 at The Elms, Cropwell Bishop, NTT.12,18 
Death of Son9 November 1930 Her son Ronald Leslie Peter Wing died on 9 November 1930 at A field near Nottingham Aerodrome, Tollerton, NTT.19,20 
(Mentioned) Newspaper10 November 1930 Alice Christabel Everingham Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 10 November 1930. Named as Mr. & Mrs. A Leslie Wing, of Coldwell Road, Sheffield, the parents of Ronald Leslie Wing whose tragic death was reported.21
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper13 November 1930 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 13 November 1930. Named as Mr. & Mrs. A Leslie Wing, of Coldwell Lane, Sheffield, the parents of Ronald Leslie Wing and mourners at his funeral.22
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper14 November 1930 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 14 November 1930. Named as Mr. & Mrs. A.L. of Sheffield, the parents of Ronald Leslie Wing and mourners at his funeral.23
 
(Beneficiary) Will13 May 1931 She was named as "my niece Christabel Wing a mezzotint picture called "The Boar which killed Adonis brought before Venus" and my gold and turquoise ear-rings and brooch", a beneficiary in the Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931.24 
(Present-Main-Alone) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 7 Mansfield Court, Mansfield Road, Nottingham, NTT, described as Wing, Alice C E, female, born 3 Feb 1885, married, Private Means.5 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1942 and 31 March 1942  Her death was registered between 1 January 1942 and 31 March 1942 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 7b, 599, Alice C E Wing, age 56.25 
(Deceased) Death*29 January 1942 Alice Christabel Everingham Shipstone died on 29 January 1942 at 7 Mansfield Court, Nottingham, NTT, Age 56.25,26 
Address*29 January 1942  As of 29 January 1942, Alice Christabel Everingham Shipstone lived at 2 Flat 326 Mansfield Road, Nottingham, NTT.15 
(Subject) Newspaper*31 January 1942  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 31 January 1942.

Deaths

WING
- On January 29th, at No. 7 Mansfield Court, Alice Christabel Everingham, younger daughter of the late James Shipstone, aged 56 years. Interment Wilford Hill, Monday, 12:30.27
 
(Interred) Burial*2 February 1942 She was buried on 2 February 1942 at Nottingham Southern Cemetery, Wilford Hill, Wilford, NTT, Monday, at 12:30.27 
(Deceased) Prob Index*2 June 1942  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Wing, Alice Chrystabel Everingham of 2 Flat 326 Mansfield Road, Nottingham, (wife of Arthur Leslie Wing) died 29 January 1942. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Barclays Bank Limited on 2 June 1942 by The Probate Office, Nottingham. Estate valued at £60067 12s. 10d..15 
Name Variation1968  As of 1968, Alice Christabel Everingham Shipstone was also known as Chris.28 

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Child of Alice Christabel Everingham Shipstone and Arthur Leslie Wing

(Bride) Marriage*between 1 July 1906 and 30 September 1906 Alice Christabel Everingham Shipstone married Arthur Leslie Wing between 1 July 1906 and 30 September 1906 at R.D. Nottingham.3,7 
Child
Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  3. [S14] Will "James (II) Shipstone, written 24 May 1922."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  5. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  6. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  7. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage.
  8. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  9. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "22 August 1906,"Local Weddings - Miss A.C. Shipstone and Mr. A.L. Wing.""
  10. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  11. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  12. [S2] MI "Church or "rock" cemetery, Nottingham."
  13. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "1912."
  14. [S64] Index to Nottingham Church Rock Cemetery Burials "Grave 8504 Beech. Burial ref 20420."
  15. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  16. [S94] "Grantham Journal Saturday 9th August 1913, p8."
  17. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Ancestry WW1 Records."
  18. [S64] Index to Nottingham Church Rock Cemetery Burials "Grave 8504 Beech. Burial ref 28429."
  19. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  20. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Wednesday 12th Nov 1930, p10."
  21. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Monday 10th Nov 1930, p5."
  22. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Thursday 13th Nov 1930, p7."
  23. [S94] "Nottingham Journal - Air Victim Laid to rest - Friday 14 Nov1930 p4."
  24. [S14] Will "Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931."
  25. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  26. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Deaths - WING; 31 Jan 1942."
  27. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Deaths - Alice Cristabel Everingham Wing: Saturday 31 Jan 1942 p4."
  28. [S73] A.E. (Nan) Snell Book - The Velvet Years "The author referring to her niece."

Ann Shipston

F, #742, b. 10 September 1792, d. before 29 May 1795
FatherJames SHIPSTON
MotherSarah DUNN b. 28 Aug 1768, d. b 10 Jul 1795
Relationship3rd great-grandaunt of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Shipston bn 1760 - DSP
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760 brewing association
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
Birth*10 September 1792 Ann Shipston, daughter of James SHIPSTON and Sarah DUNN, was born on 10 September 1792 at Darley Dale, DBY.1 
 Ann Shipston was the daughter of James SHIPSTON and Sarah DUNN
Birth18 September 1792 Ann Shipston, daughter of James SHIPSTON and Sarah DUNN, was born on 18 September 1792 at Darley Dale, DBY.2 
(Child) Baptism14 October 1792 Ann Shipston was baptised on 14 October 1792 at Darley Dale, DBY, Ann d. James & Sarah SHIPSTONE, born 10 SEP 1792.1 
Death*before 29 May 1795 She died before 29 May 1795 at Darley Dale, DBY.3 
(Interred) Burial*29 May 1795 She was buried on 29 May 1795 at Darley Dale, DBY, Ann d. James & Sarah SHIPSTONE, aged 3.3 

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Citations

  1. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Darley Dale, DBY."
  2. [S3] International Genealogical Index (IGI), www.familysearch.com.
  3. [S31] Parochial Records, Burials "Darley Dale, DBY."

Ann Shipstone

F, #762, b. between 30 August 1849 and 4 November 1849, d. 30 August 1870
FatherJames Shipstone b. 9 Feb 1818, d. 21 Oct 1897
MotherFrances Elizabeth Dodson b. bt 8 Apr 1820 - 9 Nov 1820, d. 12 Dec 1908
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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
Name Variation  Ann Shipstone was also known as Annie.1 
Birth*between 30 August 1849 and 4 November 1849 Ann Shipstone, daughter of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson, was born between 30 August 1849 and 4 November 1849 at Bulwell, NTT.2,3,4 
(Child) Baptism4 November 1849 Ann Shipstone was baptised on 4 November 1849 at St. Mary's, Bulwell, NTT, 04 Nov 1849 Ann d. James & Frances Shipstone, Bulwell, porter.4 
 She was the daughter of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ30 March 1851 The 1851 UK Census of Main Street, Bulwell, NTT, listed Ann Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson described as Ann Shipston, daughter age 1, born Bulwell, Notts.5 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ7 April 1861 The 1861 UK Census of Horse & Groom, New Basford, NTT, listed Ann Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson described as Ann Shipstone, daughter, age 11, born Bulwell, Notts.2 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1870 and 30 September 1870  Her death was registered between 1 July 1870 and 30 September 1870 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b 85, age 20.6 
Death*30 August 1870 Ann Shipstone died on 30 August 1870 at New Basford, Basford, NTT, as Annie Shipstone age 20, daughter of James Shipstone, brewer.1 
(Interred) Burial*3 September 1870 She was buried on 3 September 1870 at grave 989, Church Cemetery, Nottingham, NTT, On Saturday, at 2 o'clock.

Shares "family grave 6 feet deep to contain 6 bodies" number 989.
Burial 1981 - Annie Shipstone age 20, 3rd Sep 1870
Burial 4582 - Charles Edward Shipstone, age 17, 15 Jan 1881
The only 2 occupants.1,7 

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Citations

  1. [S62] Nottingham Church Cemetery Interment Books, No. 1981, grave no. 989.
  2. [S1] Census, 1861, Ancestry.
  3. [S62] Nottingham Church Cemetery Interment Books, 1870 No. 1981, grave no. 989.
  4. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Bulwell, NTT."
  5. [S1] Census, 1851, Ancestry.
  6. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths.
  7. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "www.deceasedonline.com."

Ann Shipstone

F, #763, b. 25 December 1849, d. between 20 January 1850 and 16 April 1850
FatherJohn Shipston b. bt 31 Mar 1820 - 30 Mar 1821
MotherHannah Fletcher b. bt 8 Apr 1823 - 7 Apr 1824, d. bt 1 Apr 1878 - 30 Jun 1878
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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 Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Regbetween 1 October 1849 and 31 December 1849  Her birth was registered between 1 October 1849 and 31 December 1849 at R.D. Basford Ref: 15 421, Shipstone Ann, mother: Fletcher.1,2 
(Child) Birth*25 December 1849 Ann Shipstone, daughter of John Shipston and Hannah Fletcher, was born on 25 December 1849 at Bulwell, NTT, From IGI Female Birth entry. States parents to be John Shipstone and Hannah Fletcher.3 
 Ann Shipstone was the daughter of John Shipston and Hannah Fletcher
(Child) Baptism20 January 1850 Ann Shipstone was baptised on 20 January 1850 at Bulwell, NTT, Ann d. John & Hannah Shipstone, Bulwell, labourer.4 
Death*between 20 January 1850 and 16 April 1850 She died between 20 January 1850 and 16 April 1850 at Bulwell, NTT.3,5 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 April 1850 and 30 June 1850  Her death was registered between 1 April 1850 and 30 June 1850 at R.D. Basford Ref: 15, 301 as Shipstone, Ann, age 4 (but was actually 3 months old). Corrected GRO online index now shows age correctly as "0 years".6 
(Interred) Burial*16 April 1850 She was buried on 16 April 1850 at St. Mary's, Bulwell, NTT, Ann Shipstone, Bulwell, infant.5 

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Known family has already been included
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Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  3. [S3] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  4. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Bulwell, NTT."
  5. [S31] Parochial Records, Burials "Bulwell, NTT."
  6. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "www.gro.gov.uk."

Annie Eliza Shipstone1,2

F, #764, b. 5 August 1881, d. between 1 January 1977 and 31 March 1977
FatherThomas Shipstone1 b. 13 Oct 1851, d. 20 Oct 1940
MotherEliza Loverseed1 b. bt 1 Jan 1856 - 27 Jan 1856, d. 27 Jan 1919
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
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
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1881 and 30 September 1881  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1881 and 30 September 1881 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 173 Shipstone, Annie Eliza mother: Loverseed.2,3 
Birth*5 August 1881 Annie Eliza Shipstone, daughter of Thomas Shipstone and Eliza Loverseed, was born on 5 August 1881 at New Basford, NTT.1,4,5 
 Annie Eliza Shipstone was the daughter of Thomas Shipstone and Eliza Loverseed.1 
(Subject) Newspaper*12 August 1881  Annie Eliza Shipstone was the subject of a newspaper article on 12 August 1881.

Births:

On the 5th inst., the wife of Thomas Shipstone the brewery, New Basford, of a daughter.6
 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of The Manor House, Edwalton, NTT, listed Annie Eliza Shipstone in the household of Thomas Shipstone and Eliza Loverseed described as Annie Shipstone, daughter age 9, born Nottingham, NTT.7,8 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of The Manor House, Edwalton, NTT, listed Annie Eliza Shipstone in the household of Thomas Shipstone and Eliza Loverseed described as Annie E Shipstone, daughter, single, age 19, born New Basford, NTT.1 
Married Namebetween 1 April 1910 and 30 June 1910  As of between 1 April 1910 and 30 June 1910, her married name was Snell.9 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1910 and 30 June 1910  Her marriage was registered between 1 April 1910 and 30 June 1910 at R.D. Nottingham.9,10 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 April 1910 and 30 June 1910 Annie Eliza Shipstone married MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell between 1 April 1910 and 30 June 1910 at R.D. Nottingham.9 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of 7 Park Row, Nottingham, NTT, as Annie E Snell, wife, age 29, married under 1 year, born Nottingham, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell, Ethel 28 and Maude 21 Reeve, cook and parlourmaid.. The house had 12 rooms. James index as "James C Snell."11 
Had a Son13 August 1911 Her son Thomas Brooking Snell was born on 13 August 1911.12 
Had a Son1 April 1913 Her son Eric Peter Shipstone Snell was born on 1 April 1913 at 7 Park Row, Nottingham, NTT.12,13 
(Mentioned) Newspaper11 May 1917 Annie Eliza Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 11 May 1917. "Mrs. Eric Snell", A chief mourner at the funeral of Captain James Henry Nightingale Cattle.14
 
Had a Daughter5 November 1918 Her daughter Joan Audrey Snell was born on 5 November 1918 at 7 Park Row, Nottingham, NTT.12,15,16 
Note1930 Passenger lists on voyage from London to
Date of departure: 1930
Port of departure: London
Passenger destination port:
Durban (Port Natal), South Africa

Name: Mrs A E Snell
Age: 52
Sex: Female

On holiday with Oliver & Molly Hind (same voyage).17 
Note8 April 1930 Incoming Passenger Lists
manifest for British passengers.
Sailed in the "Llandaff Castle" of the Union Castle Line, voyage to Southampton from Aden (Yemen), Mombassa, Natal via Cape, Canary Islands

Port of Embarkation: WN (probably Durban Port Natal, South Africa)
Landed: Southampton no. 165
Name: Snell, Annie Eliza
Address: Edwalton Lodge, Edwalton, Nottingham
Class: 1st
Profession: Housewife
Sex: Female
Age: 49
Citizen: England
Last permanent residence: England

Note: Also travelled with
Oliver Watts Hind, age 56, Solicitor & Mary Hind, age 33, both of Edwalton Hall, Edwalton, Nr. Nottingham.
They are recorded on page 5.

(they are mentioned in "The Velvet Years").18 
(Mentioned) Newspaper17 January 1934 Annie Eliza Snell was mentioned in a newspaper article on 17 January 1934. As Dr. and Mrs. Snell (representing Sir Thomas Shipstone), mourners at the funeral of the late Miss Helen Shipstone.19
 
(Present-Second) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 She was listed next to the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of Edwalton Lodge, Melton road, West Bridgford, NTT, as Snell, Annie E., female, born 5th August 1881, married, unpaid domestic duties. She was enumerated with MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell, one closed record (one of their daughters) and 3 domestic servants - Clarice S. Fletcher, Elsie M. Burt, Grace E. Grant.20 
(Mentioned) Newspaper21 October 1940 Annie Eliza Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 21 October 1940.21 
(Mentioned) Newspaper23 October 1940 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 23 October 1940. For a number of years, the late Sir Thomas Shipstone sent a cheque for £100 towards the collection at the Nottingham General Hospital anniversary service.
Rather than it should be missing from the collection plate to-day, the three daughters of Sir Thomas, who died on Sunday, contributed the amount among them.22
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper26 October 1940 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 26 October 1940. As Mrs Eric Snell (one of 3 daughters) a family mourner at the funeral of the late Sir Thomas Shipstone.23
 
(Administrator) Prob Index11 February 1941 Authority was granted to Annie Eliza Shipstone described as wife of James Eric Boobbyer Snell (and was the daughter of the deceased) to administer the Estate of Thomas Shipstone on 11 February 1941 at The Probate Office, Nottingham, valued at £295085 15s 5d.24,25 
(Mentioned) Newspaper24 February 1941 Annie Eliza Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 24 February 1941. Named as Mrs. Eric Snell (his eldest daughter), an executor of the Will of Sir Thomas Shipstone. In addition, £1,000 to each daughter - Mrs. Eric Snell and Helene Kathleen Mackness. Also to Mrs Eric Snell his ruby and diamond tiepin, and his diamond fox's head tiepin along with 20 ordinary shares in James Shipstone and Sons, Ltd.26
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper6 March 1941 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 6 March 1941. To Nottingham Castle Museum - a picture of cattle by Thomas Sidney Cooper entitled "Repose in the Meadows", a gift of Mrs. Eric Snell and Mrs. G. J. Mackness, in memory of their father, Sir Thomas Shipstone.27
 
(Spouse of dec/admn) Prob Index28 July 1941 She described as Annie Eliza Snell, widow was named as the wife of MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell (deceased) and as administrator of his Estate on 28 July 1941 at The Probate Office, Nottingham, valued at £22356 9s. 6d. Resworn £25324 15s. 7d..25 
(Subject) Newspaper17 February 1942  Annie Eliza Shipstone was the subject of a newspaper article on 17 February 1942.

Domestic Service

WANTED, experienced Nannie for girl aged 2 1/2 years, over calling-up age; good home and salary offered. Please apply Mrs. Eric Snell, Edwalton Lodge, Edwalton, Notts.

(Not sure who this nannie was for - her children had not married at this time - perhaps an evacuee?).28
 
(Subject) Newspaper16 October 1942  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 16 October 1942.

Domestic Service

Required for Lady,
domestic General Help, over war-working age; staff reduced due to being called-up, cook remaining; family away serving, home occasionally; comfortable home, 3 miles from Nottinhgam; buses pass door; good salary for competent person - Apply Mrs. Eric Snell, Edwalton Lodge, Notts.29
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper22 September 1943 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 22 September 1943. Named as Mrs Snell of Edwalton Lodge, Notts (wife of the Late Eric B Snell, and Mother of Eric Peter Shipstone Snell), in the engagement announcement of Eric Peter Shipstone Snell and Patricia Beale.30
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper22 September 1943 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 22 September 1943. Named as Mrs Snell of Edwalton Lodge, Notts (wife of the Late Eric B Snell, and Mother of Eric Peter Shipstone Snell), in the engagement announcement of Eric Peter Shipstone Snell and Patricia Beale.31
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper24 February 1947 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 24 February 1947. Named as Mrs Eric Snell, a mourner at the funeral of Mrs. Dorrie Shipstone.32
 
Note1949 Original oak tower screen given by Annie E. Snell 1949 in memory and thanksgiving for the safe return of members of the family - top portion and glazing added 1994 in memory of parishioners and members of the church.33 
Living*1949 She was living in 1949 at Edwalton Lodge, 56 West Overcliffe Drive, Bournemouth, DOR.15 
Note1952 Passenger lists on voyage from London to Sydney, Australia
Date of departure: 1952
Port of departure: London
Passenger destination port: Sydney Australia

Name: Mrs A E Snell
Age: 71
Sex: Female

Her purpose was to visit her daughter Barbara in New Zealand (for 3 months). Stopped-off at Australia on the way!17 
Note5 June 1953 Incoming Passenger Lists
manifest for British passengers.
Sailed in the "R.M.S. Pretoria Castle" of the Union Castle mail steamship Co Ltd, voyage to Southampton from Durban SA

Port of Embarkation: Durban
Landed: Southampton no. 28
Name: Snell, Annie
Class: 1st
Age: 71, not accompanied by spouse
Address: Edwalton Lodge, West Overcliffe Drive, Bournemouth
Profession: Housewife
Citizen: England
Last permanent residence: England.18 
(Mentioned) Newspaper7 February 1958 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 7 February 1958. Named as Mrs. A. E. Snell, of Bournemouth, sister of Mrs. Mackness who represented her at the funeral of James Henry Shipstone.34
 
Note*1969 Published her memoirs as "The Velvet Years", whilst living in Bournemouth.15 
Death*between 1 January 1977 and 31 March 1977 She died between 1 January 1977 and 31 March 1977 at R.D. Bournemouth.5 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1977 and 31 March 1977  Her death was registered between 1 January 1977 and 31 March 1977 at R.D. Bournemouth Ref: 23 0334. Date of birth given in index - 05 Aug 1881.5 

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Known Children of Annie Eliza Shipstone and MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell

(Bride) Marriage*between 1 April 1910 and 30 June 1910 Annie Eliza Shipstone married MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell between 1 April 1910 and 30 June 1910 at R.D. Nottingham.9 
Children
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Citations

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  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
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  5. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry images."
  6. [S40] Nottingham Guardian Journal, "Nottinghamshire Guardian (London, England), Friday, August 12, 1881; pg. 8; Issue 1890."
  7. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  8. [S56] Information supplied by Researcher 25.
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  11. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
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  20. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
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  22. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Remembrance: Wednesday 23 Oct 1940, p6."
  23. [S43] The Times, "Article - Funerals: The funeral service for Sir Thomas Shipstone, reported 26 Oct 1940."
  24. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index.
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  27. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "For Citys Art Museum: Thursday 6th March 1941, p 5."
  28. [S94] "Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer 17 February 1942 p4 of 6,"Domestic Service - Nannie wanted.""
  29. [S94] "Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer 16 October 1942 p4 of 6,"Domestic Service - Ladies Help wanted.""
  30. [S43] The Times, "Article - Marriages: Dr. E. P. S. Snell and Miss P. A. Beale; engagement announced 22 Sep 1943."
  31. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "A Notts-Hampshire Link - Dr. E. P. S. Snell and Miss P. A. Beale; engagement 22 Sep 1943."
  32. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Funeral of Mrs. D. Shipstone Monday 24 Feb 1947."
  33. [S51] Website Southwell Diocese Church History project (http://southwellchurches.nottingham.ac.uk) "Gift of Annie E Snell in Edwalton Parish Church."
  34. [S40] Nottingham Guardian Journal, "Funeral of James Henry Shipstone - 07 Feb 1958."