Arthur Shipstone1

M, #1819, b. 26 September 1911, d. 22 December 1984
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*26 September 1911 Arthur Shipstone, son of Albert George Shipstone and Florence Amelia May Goodwin Phillips, was born on 26 September 1911 at Buxton, DBY.1,2,3 
 Arthur Shipstone was the son of Albert George Shipstone and Florence Amelia May Goodwin Phillips.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1911 and 31 December 1911  His birth was registered between 1 October 1911 and 31 December 1911 at R.D. Chapel-en-le-Frith Ref: 7b, 595 Shipstone, Arthur mother: Phillips.1,4 
(Child) Baptism1 November 1911 Arthur Shipstone was baptised on 1 November 1911 at St. Mary the Virgin, Buxton, DBY, born 29 Sep 1911, Arthur, of Albert George & Florence Amelia Shipstone, 3 Bennet Street, Carter.3 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1938 and 30 June 1938  His marriage was registered between 1 April 1938 and 30 June 1938 at R.D. Chapel-en-le-Frith.5 
(Groom) Marriage*between 1 April 1938 and 30 June 1938 He married Emily Memmot between 1 April 1938 and 30 June 1938 at St. James, Buxton, DBY,
Year: 1938
Forenames: Arthur
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Emily
Spouse Surname: MEMMOTT
Place: Buxton
Description: St. James
County: Derbyshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 395
Register Entry: C33/02/121.5,6 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 He was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 19 Torr Street, Buxton, DBY, as Shipstone, Arthur, male, born 26 Sep 1911, married, Highways labourer - A.R.P. Rescue. He was enumerated with Emily Memmot.7 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*December 1984  His death was registered in December 1984 at R.D. High Peak Ref:
Volume No 6
Page No 1048
Reg No 1284
born 26 Sep 1911.2 
(Deceased) Death*22 December 1984 Arthur Shipstone died on 22 December 1984 at Buxton, DBY.2,8 

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Family of Arthur Shipstone and Emily Memmot

(Groom) Marriage*between 1 April 1938 and 30 June 1938 Arthur Shipstone married Emily Memmot between 1 April 1938 and 30 June 1938 at St. James, Buxton, DBY,
Year: 1938
Forenames: Arthur
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Emily
Spouse Surname: MEMMOTT
Place: Buxton
Description: St. James
County: Derbyshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 395
Register Entry: C33/02/121.5,6 
Last Edited10 Apr 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. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  5. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Ancestry."
  6. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Findmypast."
  7. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  8. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Ancestry public family tree."

Ben Shipstone1

M, #1176, b. 27 March 1864, d. between 1 October 1902 and 31 December 1902
FatherJoseph Shipston1 b. bt 4 Apr 1825 - 31 Mar 1826, d. 12 Apr 1907
MotherMary Wass1 b. bt 4 Apr 1822 - 3 Apr 1823, d. 5 Feb 1907
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
Birthbetween 1 January 1864 and 24 March 1864 Ben Shipstone, son of Joseph Shipston and Mary Wass, was born between 1 January 1864 and 24 March 1864 at Whitwell, DBY.2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1864 and 30 March 1864  His birth was registered between 1 January 1864 and 30 March 1864 at R.D. Worksop Ref: 7b 39, Shipstone, Ben mother: Wass.3,4 
(Child) Baptism*27 March 1864 Ben Shipstone was baptised on 27 March 1864 at Whitwell, DBY, Ben, of Joseph & Mary Shipston, Whitwell, Labourer.1,5 
 He was the son of Joseph Shipston and Mary Wass.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Belph Moor, Whitwell, DBY, listed Ben Shipstone in the household of Joseph Shipston and Mary Wass described as Ben Shipstone, son, age 7, scholar, born Whitwell, DBY.6 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of Whaley Hall, Elmton, DBY, listed Ben Shipstone described as Benjamin Shipstone, servant, unmarried, age 18, farm servant (indoor) born Whitwell, DBY in the household of Heaton Aldam, farmer of 250 acres.7 
Name Variation3 April 1881  As of 3 April 1881, Ben Shipstone was also known as Benjamin.7 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1885 and 31 December 1885  His marriage was registered between 1 October 1885 and 31 December 1885 at R.D. Sheffield.8 
(Groom) Marriage*15 November 1885 He married Elizabeth Askwith on 15 November 1885 at Holy Trinity, Darnell, Sheffield, YKS,
Ben Shipstone, age 21, bachelor, collier, 3 Eden Street, Father: Joseph Shipstone, gardener
= Elizabeth Askwith, spinster, 3 Eden Street, Father: Thomas Askwith, Bricklayer
In church after banns
Wit: Fanny Wheatley Elsam, Samuel Edwards.9,10 
Had a Sonbetween 1 January 1887 and 31 March 1887 His son John Thomas Shipstone was born between 1 January 1887 and 31 March 1887 at R.D. Sheffield.11 
Had a Sonbetween 1 January 1889 and 31 March 1889 His son Ben Shipstone was born between 1 January 1889 and 31 March 1889 at R.D. Sheffield.11 
Had a Sonbetween 6 December 1890 and 5 January 1891 His son Ernest Shipstone was born between 6 December 1890 and 5 January 1891 at Richmond, Handsworth, YKS.12 
(Head) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 He was head of the household in the 1891 UK Census of Richmond, Handsworth, YKS, as Benj. Shipston, head, married, age 27, coal miner, employed, born Whitwell, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Elizabeth Askwith, Ernest Shipstone. Indexed as "Beny Shepston". Place of birth incorrect county.12 
Had a Daughter27 July 1892 His daughter Fanny Mary Shipstone was born on 27 July 1892 at Darnell, YKS.9,13 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 July 1894 and 30 September 1894 His daughter Ethel Shipstone was born between 1 July 1894 and 30 September 1894 at R.D. Sheffield
Had a Son8 July 1897 His son Albert Victor Shipstone was born on 8 July 1897 at Darnell, Sheffield, YKS.9,14,15 
(Head) Cen-Househ*31 March 1901 He was head of the household in the 1901 UK Census of 41 Nightingale St., Darnell, Sheffield, YKS, as Ben Shipstone, head, married, age 36, coal miner (hewer), worker, born Whitwell, DBY. He was enumerated with his wife Elizabeth Askwith, Ernest Shipstone, Fanny Mary Shipstone, Albert Victor Shipstone and Joseph William Shipston. Ben's nephew Joseph W Shipstone is his brother James' child.9 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 July 1902 and 30 September 1902 His daughter Elizabeth Shipstone was born between 1 July 1902 and 30 September 1902 at Attercliffe, YKS.16 
Death*between 1 October 1902 and 31 December 1902 Ben Shipstone died between 1 October 1902 and 31 December 1902 at R.D. Sheffield.17 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1902 and 31 December 1902  His death was registered between 1 October 1902 and 31 December 1902 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9c 314, Shipstone, Ben age 38.17,18 

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(Groom) Marriage*15 November 1885 Ben Shipstone married Elizabeth Askwith on 15 November 1885 at Holy Trinity, Darnell, Sheffield, YKS,
Ben Shipstone, age 21, bachelor, collier, 3 Eden Street, Father: Joseph Shipstone, gardener
= Elizabeth Askwith, spinster, 3 Eden Street, Father: Thomas Askwith, Bricklayer
In church after banns
Wit: Fanny Wheatley Elsam, Samuel Edwards.9,10 
Children
Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S3] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
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  6. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  7. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  8. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "1837online."
  9. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  10. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast Yorkshire Marriages."
  11. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO."
  12. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
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  17. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "1837online."
  18. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GRO Online."

Ben Shipstone1

M, #3081, b. between 1 January 1889 and 31 March 1889, d. August 1889
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 January 1889 and 31 March 1889  His birth was registered between 1 January 1889 and 31 March 1889 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9c, 567 Shipstone, Ben mother: Askwith.1 
Birth*between 1 January 1889 and 31 March 1889 Ben Shipstone, son of Ben Shipstone and Elizabeth Askwith, was born between 1 January 1889 and 31 March 1889 at R.D. Sheffield.1 
 Ben Shipstone was the son of Ben Shipstone and Elizabeth Askwith.1 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1889 and 30 September 1889  His death was registered between 1 July 1889 and 30 September 1889 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9a, 355 Shipstone, Ben age 0.2 
Death*August 1889 Ben Shipstone died in August 1889 at R.D. Sheffield
Burial*31 August 1889 He was buried on 31 August 1889 at Attercliffe Municipal Cemetery, Sheffield, YKS.1 

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Last Edited20 Apr 2021

Citations

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

Bertram Shipstone1

M, #765, b. November 1890, d. between 1 October 1923 and 31 December 1923
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 1890 and 31 December 1890  His birth was registered between 1 October 1890 and 31 December 1890 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b 223, Shipstone, Bertram mother: Moore.2,3 
Birth*November 1890 Bertram Shipstone, son of John Shipstone and Rebecca Moore, was born in November 1890 at Arnold, NTT.1,2,4 
 Bertram Shipstone was the son of John Shipstone and Rebecca Moore.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of Chapel Lane, Arnold, NTT, listed Bertram Shipstone in the household of John Shipstone and Rebecca Moore described as Bertram Shipstone, son age 5 months, born Nottingham, NTT.5 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of Frederick Terr., Arnold, NTT, listed Bertram Shipstone in the household of John Shipstone and Rebecca Moore described as Bertram Shipstone, son, single, age 10, born Arnold, Notts.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of Frederick Terrace, Nottingham Road, Arnold, NTT, listed Bertram Shipstone in the household of John Shipstone and Rebecca Moore described as Bertram Shipstone, son, male, age 20, single, joiner, worker, born Arnold, NTT.6 
Resch Note22 May 1911 Research Note: at Arnold, NTT,
Union Membership admissions book, 1911

Name: Bertram Shipstone
Age at admission
20 years 6 months
Years at trade: 7
Admitted May 22 1911
Marital status: Single

Trade
Carpenters & joiners

Union branch
Arnold

Union name
Amalgamated Society of Carpenters & Joiners

Union branch
Arnold Nottinghamshire.4
 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1912 and 31 March 1912  His marriage was registered between 1 January 1912 and 31 March 1912 at R.D. Basford.7 
(Groom) Marriage*between 1 January 1912 and 31 March 1912 Bertram Shipstone married Annie Bailey between 1 January 1912 and 31 March 1912 at R.D. Basford.7 
Resch Note1914 Research Note: at Arnold, NTT,
Union Membership record book
Amalgamated Society of Carpenters & Joiners
Union branch: Arnold
County: Nottinghamshire

First name(s)
Bertram Shipston,
Admittance age: 20 years, 6 months
At: Arnold
Admitted on: May 22 1911
Marital status: Single
Section: Ordinary
(date of marriage since member not filled-in)
Date of Exclusion: 1914
Reason: Arrears
Trade
Carpenters & joiners.4
 
Resch Notebetween January 1915 and November 1915 Research Note: at Nottingham, NTT,
First name(s)     Bertram
Last name     Shipstone
Year     1915
Birth year     -
Rank     Private
Address     Arnot Hill Road, Arnold
County     Nottinghamshire
County as transcribed     Notts
Country     England
Service from     01/1915
Service to     11/1915
Engagement date     01/1915
Pay at engagement     Nil
Termination date     11/1915
Hours worked     [part time] 129 Hours
Commission     of Nottingham Det No 47
Duties     Hospital Orderly
Honours awarded     Nil
Archive     
British Red Cross.8
 
Resch Note*26 April 1920 Research Note: at Arnold, NTT,
Union Membership admissions book, 1920

Name
Bertram Shipstone
Age when admitted: 30 years, 6 months
Years at trade: 16
Admitted April 26 1920
Nominated Death benefit: Wife

Trade
Carpenters & joiners

Union branch
Arnold

Union name
Amalgamated Society of Carpenters & Joiners

Union branch
Arnold
Nottinghamshire.4
 
Had a Son29 April 1920 His son Norman Bert Shipstone was born on 29 April 1920 at R.D. Basford.2,9 
Directory*1921 Bertram Shipstone and Annie Bailey were named in 1921 in the Arnold (Bestwood Park), Polling District B.
Morris Street
1921 Autumn
3543 R O Shipstone, Bertram, 5
3544 HO HO Shipstone, Annie, 5 at 5 Morris Street, Arnold, NTT.10 
Directory1922 Bertram Shipstone and Annie Bailey were named in 1922 in the Arnold (Bestwood Park), Polling District B.
Morris Street
1922 Spring
3553 R O Shipstone, Bertram, 5
3554 HO HO Shipstone, Annie, 5 at 5 Morris Street, Arnold, NTT.10 
Directory1922 Bertram Shipstone and Annie Bailey were named in 1922 in the Arnold (Arnold), Polling District B.
Worrall Street
1922 Autumn
1714 R O Shipstone, Bertram, 1
1715 HO HO Shipstone, Annie, 1 at 1 Worrall Street, Arnold, NTT.10 
Directory1923 Bertram Shipstone and Annie Bailey were named in 1923 in the Arnold (Arnold), Polling District B.
Worrall Street
1923 Autumn
1763 R O Shipstone, Bertram, 1
1764 HO HO Shipstone, Annie, 1 at 1 Worrall Street, Arnold, NTT.10 
Directory1923 Bertram Shipstone and Annie Bailey were named in 1923 in the Arnold (Arnold), Polling District B.
Worrall Street
1923 Spring
1735 R O Shipstone, Bertram, 1
1736 HO HO Shipstone, Annie, 1 at 1 Worrall Street, Arnold, NTT.10 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1923 and 31 December 1923  His death was registered between 1 October 1923 and 31 December 1923 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b 231, Shipstone, Bertram Age 33.9,11 
Death*between 1 October 1923 and 31 December 1923 Bertram Shipstone died between 1 October 1923 and 31 December 1923 at R.D. Basford.9 

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Child of Bertram Shipstone and Annie Bailey

(Groom) Marriage*between 1 January 1912 and 31 March 1912 Bertram Shipstone married Annie Bailey between 1 January 1912 and 31 March 1912 at R.D. Basford.7 
Child
Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  4. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast."
  5. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  6. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  7. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage.
  8. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast - British Army Red Cross Volunteers 1914-1918."
  9. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths.
  10. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Electoral Registers - FindmyPast."
  11. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GRO Online."

Brian John Shipstone1

M, #2260, b. between 1 January 1952 and 31 March 1952, d. 6 December 2008
FatherEric Shipstone1 b. 17 Oct 1922, d. 2 Jan 1994
MotherDorothy May Bramley1 b. 15 Apr 1923, d. bt 1 Jul 1975 - 30 Sep 1975
Relationship3rd 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 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 January 1952 and 31 March 1952 Brian John Shipstone, son of Eric Shipstone and Dorothy May Bramley, was born between 1 January 1952 and 31 March 1952 at R.D. Basford.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1952 and 31 March 1952  His birth was registered between 1 January 1952 and 31 March 1952 at R.D. Basford Ref: 3c, 17 Shipstone, Brian J mother: Bramley.1 
 Brian John Shipstone was the son of Eric Shipstone and Dorothy May Bramley.1 
Death of Father2 January 1994 His father Eric Shipstone died on 2 January 1994 at 123 Coppice Road, Arnold, NTT.2,3,4 
Death*6 December 2008 Brian John Shipstone died on 6 December 2008.5 

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Last Edited31 Mar 2021

Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "Ancestry."
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  3. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "FindMyPast."
  4. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  5. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Lastingtribute.co.uk."

Caroline Shipstone

F, #766, b. between 4 April 1864 and 3 April 1865, d. 13 June 1946
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  Caroline Shipstone was also known as Caroline Shipstone Cattle.1 
Name Variation  Caroline Shipstone was also known as Carrie Shipstone. 
Birth*between 4 April 1864 and 3 April 1865 Caroline Shipstone, daughter of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson, was born between 4 April 1864 and 3 April 1865 at New Basford, NTT
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1865 and 30 June 1865  Her birth was registered between 1 April 1865 and 30 June 1865 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 123 Shipstone, Caroline mother: Dodson.2,3 
 Caroline Shipstone was the daughter of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Radford Road, New Basford, NTT, listed Caroline Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson described as Caroline Shipston, daughter, unmarried age 6, scholar, born New Basford, NTT.4 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of 194 Radford Road, New Basford, NTT, listed Caroline Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson described as Carrie Shipstone, daughter, unmarried, age 16, born New Basford, Notts.5 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 July 1890 and 30 September 1890 Caroline Shipstone married Frederic Cattle between 1 July 1890 and 30 September 1890 at Wesleyan Methodist Free Chapel, New Basford, NTT,
Year: 1890
Derbyshire Registrar's Marriage Index

Forenames: Caroline
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Frederic
Spouse Surname: CATTLE
Place: New Basford
Description: Wesleyan Methodist Free Chapel
County: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 685
Register Entry: RO/41/006.6,7,8,9 
Married Namebetween 1 July 1890 and 30 September 1890  As of between 1 July 1890 and 30 September 1890, her married name was Cattle.6 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1890 and 30 September 1890  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1890 and 30 September 1890 at R.D. Basford.7 
(Wife) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 She was wife of the head of household in the 1891 UK Census of Oak Hurst, Station Road, Heanor, DBY, as Caroline Cattle, wife, married, age 26, born Basford, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Frederic Cattle, Gertrude Jennie Fowler, Mary Jane Goodwin, servant, age 20 , domestic, born Nottingham.10 
Had a Daughter19 July 1891 Her daughter Phyllis Helen Cattle was born on 19 July 1891 at Heanor, DBY.11,12,13 
Had a Son4 September 1892 Her son James Henry Nightingale Cattle was born on 4 September 1892 at Oakhurst, Heanor, DBY.12,14,15 
(Mentioned) Newspaper17 September 1892 Caroline Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 17 September 1892. To the wife of Frederic Cattle, a son.15
 
(Beneficiary) Will9 May 1895 She was named as Caroline Shipstone, daughter a beneficiary in the Will of James Shipstone dated 9 May 1895.16 
Had a Son10 May 1895 Her son Eustace Shipstone Cattle was born on 10 May 1895 at Heanor, DBY.12,14,17 
Death of Father21 October 1897 Her father James Shipstone died on 21 October 1897 at Harby Lodge, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham, NTT.18,19 
(Witness) Burial26 October 1897 Caroline Shipstone witnessed the burial of James Shipstone on 26 October 1897 at Church (Rock) Cemetery, Nottingham, NTT.20 
(Mentioned) Newspaper30 March 1901 Caroline Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 30 March 1901. Mrs Cattle, a principal mourner at the burial of her sister, the late Mrs. Jane Fowler.21
 
(Beneficiary) Will13 June 1907 She was named as Caroline Cattle, daughter a beneficiary in the Will of Frances Elizabeth Dodson dated 13 June 1907.22 
Death of Mother12 December 1908 Her mother Frances Elizabeth Dodson died on 12 December 1908 at Harby Lodge, Pelham Road, Sherwood Rise, NTT.23 
(Subject) Newspaper4 March 1910  Caroline Shipstone and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 4 March 1910.

Heanor

A scheme has been adopted by the trustees for the Heanor Wesleyan Chapel for the complete liquidation of the present debt of £1250, which remains on Centenary Hall, and last week an event took place which materially decreased that amount.

A bazaar was opened on Tuesday and was continued into Thursday in the Centenary Hall.
...

The stalls and stallholders were:
...
Flowers and Fruit: Miss Phyllis Cattle
...
Tuesday's opening ceremony on the platform was Mr. F. Cattle.
Mrs. Eric Cattle then gracefully declared the bazaar open. It was about 6 years since they had a bazaar there. She had no idea that the Sunday school had grown to such an extent as it had until her daughter told her some weeks ago.
Votes of thanks were passed to Mrs Smith and Mrs. Cattle, along with a souvenir of the bazaar.24
 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of Ravenswood, Heanor, DBY, as Caroline Cattle, wife, age 40, married 20 years, 3 children all living, born Nottingham NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Frederic Cattle, Phyllis Helen Cattle, Maud Welsh, Ruth Greensmith & Annie Wilkins, servants - cooks & housemaids. Note that Phyllis Helen is mis-transcribed as Phyllis Hrber. The house had 12 rooms.25 
(Subject) Newspaper14 April 1911  Caroline Shipstone and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 14 April 1911.

Hunting

The Earl of Harrington's hounds met at Breadsall railway station on Saturday
...
Included in the assembly were:
The Earl of Harrington (the Master)
...
Mrs. Cattle, Miss Phyllis Cattle
...26
 
Resch Note*24 June 1912 Research Note:
Title: Heanor title deeds
Level: Fonds
Date: 1880-1920

RefNo D7386/4
Title Conveyance of a messuage and premises at Heanor

Date 1912

Description:
William Henry Cooper of Nottingham Road, Ilkeston, ironworker and his mortgagee Mrs Caroline Cattle, wife of Frederic Cattle of Ravenswood, Heanor, to Mr James John Stevenson of Sussex Street, Nottingham, butcher, 24 Jun.27
 
(Subject) Newspaper18 January 1913  Caroline Shipstone and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 18 January 1913.

Hunting

Earl of Harrington's hounds

Snow started to fall about an hour before the time of these hounds meeting at Breadsall Priory on Saturday, and it was coming down so persistently at the time of moving off that the noble Master instructed Fred Earp, the huntsman, to re-box his hounds at Breadsall and keep them - there being no train until after one o'clock - to see whether the conditions improved. It was then "balling" very badly, and as time wore on the conditions became worse, and the order was given for the kennels.
Amongst those out were the Earl of Harrington (the Master), Mr. Leicester Stanhope....
Mrs. Eric Cattle, Miss Phyllis Cattle
...28
 
(Subject) Newspaper14 March 1913  Caroline Shipstone and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 14 March 1913.

Hunting

The Earl of Harrington's hounds

met at Priory Flatte, Breadsall
...
Amongst those out were;
Lieut-Col Birkin in the absence of the Earl of Harrington (who had a fall),
Mr. Leicester Stanhope
...
Mrs. Eric Cattle,
Miss Phyllis Cattle
Mr. Bernard Cattle

...29
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper9 August 1913 Caroline Cattle was mentioned in a newspaper article on 9 August 1913. Mr. and Mrs. Cattle (Heanor, Derby) invitees and attendees at the marriage of Mr. James Shipstone to Mary Hancorne Nickolls in Grantham.30
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper11 March 1914 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 11 March 1914. As Mrs. Cattle, a chief mourner, at the funeral of Enoch Shipstone.31
 
Resch Notebetween August 1914 and December 1919 Research Note: at Revenswood, Heanor, DBY,
Red Cross Records
Home Worker -

Cattle, Caroline, of Ravenswood, Heanor

Knitting, Needlework, War Hospital Supplies.
Part Time
Hours Unknown


Township of Heanor, Ilkeston Division
Mrs. Benton's List. 1914-1919.32
 
Death of Son7 July 1916 Her son Eustace Shipstone Cattle died on 7 July 1916 at The Somme, France.33 
(Resident) Address*7 July 1916  As of 7 July 1916, Caroline Shipstone and Frederic Cattle lived at Ravenswood, Heanor, DBY.33 
(Mentioned) Newspaper18 July 1916 Caroline Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 18 July 1916. Named as "Mr. and Mrs. Eric Cattle, of Ravenswood, Heanor" in a report that their son Lieut. Eustace Bernard Shipstone Cattle was reported missing in action since 7 July 1916.34
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper19 July 1916 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 19 July 1916. Named as "Mr. and Mrs. Eric Cattle, of Heanor" in a report that their son Lieut. Eustace Bernard Shipstone Cattle was reported missing in action since 7 July 1916.35
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper21 July 1916 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 21 July 1916. Named as "Mr. and Mrs. Eric Cattle, of Ravenswood, Heanor" in a report that their son Lieut. Eustace Bernard Shipstone Cattle was reported missing in action since July 1916.36
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper21 July 1916 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 21 July 1916. Named as "Mr. and Mrs. Eric Cattle, Ravenswood, Heanor" in a report that their son Lieut. Eustace Shipstone Cattle was reported missing in action since July 1916.37
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper23 September 1916 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 23 September 1916. Named as "Mr. and Mrs. Cattle, of Ravenswood, Heanor", parents of E.S. Cattle, who was awarded the Military Cross for gallantry.38
 
Death of Son1 May 1917 Her son James Henry Nightingale Cattle died on 1 May 1917 at No. 7 Clearing Station, Bracquemont, Haute-Normandie, France.33,39 
(Resident) Address1 May 1917  As of 1 May 1917, Caroline Shipstone and Frederic Cattle lived at Ravenswood, Heanor, DBY.33 
(Mentioned) Newspaper5 May 1917 Caroline Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 5 May 1917. Named as "Mr. and Mrs. Eric Cattle, Heanor" in a report that their son Capt. Jas. Hy. Nightingale Cattle reported dangerously wounded, and that their other son Lieut. Eustace Shipstone Cattle was reported missing in action since July 1916.40
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper11 May 1917 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 11 May 1917. Named as "Mr. and Mrs. Eric Cattle, of Heanor" at the memorial service to their son, Captain James Henry Nightingale Cattle, in Heanor Parish church.41
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper18 May 1917 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 18 May 1917. Named as "Mr. and Mrs. Eric Cattle, of Ravensdale House, Heanor" at the memorial service to their son, Captain James henry Nightingale Cattle, in Heanor Parish church.42
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper18 May 1917 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 18 May 1917. Named as "Mr. and Mrs. Eric Cattle, Heanor" in a report that their son Captain James Henry Nightingale Cattle had died of his wounds.43
 
(Subject) Newspaper*5 August 1921  She and Frederic Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 5 August 1921.

Open-Air Whist Drive at Heanor

An enjoyable whist drive was held in the beautiful grounds of "Ravenswood", Heanor, by kind permission of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Cattle, on Saturday last. The event was in aid of the Sye Lane Institute.
The excellent prizes were distributed by Mrs. Stanhope, the winners being:
Ladies: 1, Miss T. Noon; 2. Mrs. N. Peake
Gentlemen: 1, Mr. J.H. Cockell; 2, Mr. F. Bingham.
Special prizes for highest scores at the interval were won by Miss Brown and Mr. Betts.44
 
(Subject) Newspaper29 September 1922  Caroline Shipstone and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 29 September 1922.

Heanor

Parish Church Harvest Festival -
These services were continued on Sunday, and were well attended. The sacred edifice was lavishly decorated with corn, fruit, vegetables, grapes, flowers, bread etc. and a friend sent a huge lump of coal? weighing over 2cwt. The decorators were :
Font, Mrs. G.H. Fletcher, Mrs. Turton and Miss Turton; windows, Mrs. Eric Cattle, Mrs., Stanhope, Mrs. Foulkes... etc.

N.S.P.C.C.
The members and friends associated with Heanor branch, of whom Mrs. Eric Cattle is President and secretary, held their annual, gathering at "Ravenswood", by kind invitation of the President on Tuesday afternoon. A report on the branch workings was presented, showing excellent work done during the past year.

...

Subsequently all were entertained to a substantial tea by the invitation of Mrs. Eric Cattle.45
 
Resch Note17 June 1924 Research Note: at Tilbury, LND,
UK Incoming Passenger Lists

Ship: "Ormonde", Orient Steam Navigation Company

Departure: 17 Jun 1924
Port: Tilbury, London
From: Brisbane

Embarked: Toulon
Port Landed: London 35
Name: Cattle, Mr. F.
Address: Ravenswood, Heanor
Class: 1st
Profession: Solicitor
Age: 57
Country of last permanent residence: England
Country of intended future residence: England

Embarked: Toulon
Port Landed: London 35
Name: Cattle, Mrs. C.
Address: Ravenswood, Heanor
Class: 1st
Profession: Housewife
Age: 53
Country of last permanent residence: England
Country of intended future residence: England.46
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper9 January 1925 Caroline Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 9 January 1925. Named as "Mrs. F. Cattle, who at the close presented the prizes." at a Victory Whist Drive and Supper - By way of celebrating the return of Conservatives to the House of Commons.47
 
(Subject) Newspaper18 May 1925  She and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 18 May 1925.

Derbyshire

Local News

At a well-attended meeting of women, held at Marlpool on Saturday, a Conservative and Unionist Women's Assolciation was formed for the Ilkeston Division. Mrs. Cattle (Heanor) was elected president and chairwoman, and Mrs. Dudley Stanhope (Heanor) hon. secretary. Miss E.A. Townsend, organiser Women's Association for County of Derby, gave an address.48
 
(Subject) Newspaper22 May 1925  Caroline Shipstone and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 22 May 1925.

Local Happenings
Marlpool

At a well-attended meeting of women at Marlpool on Saturday, a Conservative and Unionist Women's Association was formed for the Ilkeston Division. Mrs. Cattle (Heanor) was elected president and chairwoman, and Mrs. Dudley Stanhope (Heanor) hon. secretary. Miss E.A. Townsend, organiser Women's Associations for the County of Derby, gave an address.49
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper26 June 1925 Caroline Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 26 June 1925. As Mr. and Mrs. F. Cattle (Ravenswood), friends at the funeral of Captain Edward John Owen age 42 after a sudden illness. Floral tributes of a wreath from them and the staff at Ravenswood.50
 
(Subject) Newspaper18 September 1925  She and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 18 September 1925.

Heanor

Heanor Branch of the Ilkeston Division Conservative and Unionist Women's Association held a very successful tea and social at the Conservative Club on Monday, close upon 100 being present.
After tea speeches were given by the Divisional Chairman and President, Mrs. F. Cattle, the hon. organising secretary, Mrs. Dudley-Stanhope (and others) all of whom were very much enjoyed. It is hoped to hold a women's mass meeting at Heanor early next month. Captain N.R. Palmer Highman, the agent, spoke on the work of the women in national affairs, and the necessity of all housekeepers buying Empire produce.

...51
 
(Subject) Newspaper22 October 1925  Caroline Shipstone and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 22 October 1925.

Local Happenings

Ilkeston Women's Conservatives


Over 300 people were present at the first annual tea and social gathering of the newly formed Ilkeston branch of the Ilkeston Division Women's Conservative and Unionist Association, last evening.
Mrs. J. Curke (chairman of the branch) presided, and was supported by Mrs. F. Cattle (divisional president), Mr. Victor A. Raikes, Mr. W. A. C. Major (Nottingham), Capt. N. R. Palmer Highman and Mrs. Dudley Stanhope (divisional secretary).52
 
(Subject) Newspaper27 November 1925  Caroline Shipstone and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 27 November 1925.

Women in Politics

Conservatism at Ripley

A successful mass meeting for women was held at the Town Hall, Ripley, on Tuesday, in connection with the Ilkeston Divisional Conservative and Unionist Association.

Mrs. Fredericc Cattle, of Heanor, president of the division, presided.

...

Mrs. Dudley Stanhope proposed a vote of thanks to the speakers in a bright and humerous manner, seconded by Mrs. J. Stanley, or Ripley.

Mr. Jepson, chairman of the division proposed a vote of thanks to the chairman and Mrs. Cattle responded.

...

Meeting at Heanor

An excellent gathering of women assembled at Heanor Conservative Club on Tuesday evening, with a view to the formation of a Divisional Council. Mrs. F. Cattle, President of the Division, presided, and Mrs. Dudley Stanhope, the Divisional Secretary, read the minutes. Much enthusiasm was shown and many matters discussed. New rules were drafted.53
 
(Subject) Newspaper23 April 1926  Caroline Shipstone and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 23 April 1926.

Ilkeston Division Conservatism
Annual meeting at Heanor

There was a large and representative attendance at the annual meeting of the Ilkeston Division Conservative and Unionist Association, held in Heanor Town Hall on Tuesday evening, presided over by Mr. F.J.H. Jephson (chairman of the Division), supported by Mr. V. Raikes (prospective candidate), Mr. F. Morrison (chief agent for the area), Messrs. Craig Macdonald, Mrs. Stanhope (hon. sec. for the Women's branch) Mr. F. Toplis (hon sec), Councillor C.J. Stone, Capt.. Highman.

...
Election of officers resulted in Mr. A. Leslie Wright being made president; Mr. F.J.H. Jephson, chairman; Mr. J.A. Frost, vice-chairman; Mrs. F. Cattle, treasurer for the women's branch; Mr. F. Toplis, hon. sec. Delegates were appointed to attend the Divisional Council and Executive meetings.54
 
(Subject) Newspaper7 May 1926  Caroline Shipstone and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 7 May 1926.

Langley Mill Women Unionists

Successful Gathering


Promoted by the Langley Mill and Aldercar Branch of the Ilkeston Divisional Women's Unionist Association, a successful social and whist drive was held at Aldercar on Thursday evening.
...
Apologies for absence were received from Mrs. E. Cattle (Heanor) President, Mrs. Stanhope (Divisional Sec), and Mrs. Poyser (chairman of the branch).

...55
 
Resch Note1927 Research Note: at 24 Park Lane W.1, Westminster, London, LND,
Electoral Roll

4373 O O Cattle, Caroline, SJ, 24 Park Lane W.1

(in same address as Emily & Frank Beaumont, Herman Diament, Falconer Lewis & Kathleen Anne Wallace - 6 persons in total)

Note this is next door to "Stanhope House" if this is significant ...?56
 
(Subject) Newspaper*18 November 1927  Caroline Shipstone and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 18 November 1927.

Women's Meeting at Heanor

A rousing public meeting under the auspices of this association was held in the Empire Theatre, Heanor, on Wednesday afternoon. Lady Maud Rolleston, of Watnall Hall, presided, and was supported by Mrs. Frederic Cattle (president of the Division), Mrs. Stanhope (secretary), etc ...

Lady Rolleston in a vigorous speech said that the Ilkeston Division was like the Broxtowe one - it needed rousing. Women today had a tremendous work to do. They had to influence the girls who were to be given votes.
...
Mr. V. Raikes also addressed the gathering. Mrs. F. Cattle proposed a hearty vote of thanks to the speakers, and Mrs. Stanhope proposed thanks to Lady Rolleston for her attendance. Mrs. T. Marshall seconded. Both votes were carried with enthusiasm. Miss Goden sang "Land of hope and Glory."57
 
(Subject) Newspaper25 November 1927  Caroline Shipstone was the subject of a newspaper article on 25 November 1927.

Unionist Bazaar at Heanor

A Divisional Effort

...

Amongst the large attendance at the opening ceremony we noticed ...

Mr. and Mrs. F. Cattle, Mrs. Dudley Stanhope

...

They had in mind winning-back the Ilkeston Division seat for Mr Raikes. It was up to everybody to assist with that object in view, and they would be pleased to receive financial assistance. The President (Mrs. Cattle) had kindly given ten pounds.
Viscountess Scarsdale in a gracious manner declared the bazaar open and said she was going to follow the example of Mrs. Cattle by giving ten guineas.

Mrs. F. Cattle proposed a hearty vote of thanks to Viscountess Scarsdale for opening the bazaar, and Dr. W. H. Turton seconded, and Mr. V. Raikes supported.

...

Second day

Heanor Miscellaneous Stall - Mrs. F. Cattle and Mrs. P. Turton.

...


The first entertainment in which Conservative women have taken part in the Langley Mill and Aldecar district took place last night at the Co-operative Hall, Langley Mill, and was a great success. The organisation was in the hands of Miss Dudley Stanhope and an excellent committee, and there was an attendance of 300. Mrs. Stanhope gave an address, and prizes, presented by Miss Shipstone, of Nottingham, were distributed.

(which Miss Shipstone? Helen - Phyliss' Aunt?).58
 
Resch Note26 April 1928 Research Note: at Southampton, HAM,
UK Departure Passenger Lists

Ship: Noningden Der Nederlanden, Netherlands Royal Mail Line

Departure: 26 Apr 1928
Port: Southampton
To: Batavia, Java

Tickect/contract: 935
Name: Cattle, Mr. Frederic
Address: Heanor
Class: 1st
Destination contracted: Genoa
Profession: Solicitor
Age: 62
Country of last permanent residence: England
Country of intended future residence: England

Name: Cattle, Mrs. Caroline
Address: Heanor, Nr. Nottingham
Class: 1st
Destination contracted: Genoa
Profession: None
Age: 58
Country of last permanent residence: England
Country of intended future residence: England.59
 
Resch Note24 May 1928 Research Note: at Southampton, HAM,
UK Departure Passenger Lists

Ship: Tobanen, Rotterdam Lloyd

Arrivale: 24 May 1928
Port: Surabaya, Indonesia
To: Rotterdam

Embarked: Haurville?
Port Landed: Southampton
Name: F. Cattle
Address: Heanor
Class: 1st
Profession: Solicitor
Age: 62
Country of last permanent residence: England
Country of intended future residence: England

Embarked: Haurville?
Port Landed: Southampton
Name: Mrs. C. Cattle
Address: Heanor
Class: 1st
Profession: None
Age: 57
Country of last permanent residence: England
Country of intended future residence: England.59
 
(Subject) Newspaper6 December 1928  She and Frederic Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 6 December 1928.

Park Lane Flats Case

Heanor Lady's Claim Settled

Mr. Justice Swift, in the Kings Bench Division to-day, resumed the hearing of the action by Mrs. Caroline Cattle, wife of Mr. Fredk. Cattle, solicitor, of Heanor, against the Park Lane Flats, Ltd., Salisbury House, London, claiming damages for alleged breaches of covenant in the leases of two flats at Park-lane, formerly the residence of Lord Brassey. Defendants denied the breaches.

The allegation was that there were no service porters, that the hall and staircase were not properly cleaned, that the lift was ineffective, and heating, hot water and lighting were unsatisfactory. The action was originally brought against Lady Juliet Trevor, of Coombe Court, Kingston, Surrey, also as mortgagee of the property, but his lordship dismissed this defendant from the suit.

When the hearing was resumed to-day Mr. Goddard, K.C., M.P., for the Park-lane Flats, Ltd., stated that the parties had met and settled their differences amicably. The court would not be asked to pronounce any order, and the judgement already given would not be drawn up. The record would be withdrawn.

Mr. Justice Swift said he had no doubt the parties had acted wisely.60
 
Resch Note1929 Research Note: at 24 Park Lane W.1, Westminster, London, LND,
Electoral Roll

7645 Rw Ow Cattle, Caroline, SJ 24 Park Lane W.1

7651 Rw - Stanhope, Phyllis Helen, 24 Park Lane W.1

(at same address as
William George Buchanan,
Mary Cook,
Rosina Eliza Denham,
Alice Knights,
John Lindsay,
James Joseph Riorden,
Falconer Lewis Wallace &
Kathleen Anne Wallace - 10 persons in total)

(Note this is next door to "Stanhope House" if this is significant ...?
Note: Rw = Residential qualification, woman, Ow = Occupational qualification, woman).56
 
Anecdote*after 1930 Mrs Swingler died in 1919. Devastated, Alfred commissioned a carved church alter table on a new chancel floor in her memory. It is still in perfect condition today. After Alfred’s death in 1930, Frederick Cattle purchased the Hall.

The Cattles: Frederick Cattle was a retired solicitor. There is little mention of his and his wife’s involvement with village life. However, the tradition of the choir’s Christmas mince pie treat at the Hall was still a highlight and they were generous when approached.61 
Resch Note*11 April 1930 Research Note: at Smalley Hall, Smalley, DBY,
Mr. Alfred Swingler of Smalley Hall died on this day, aged 71 years.
Presumably they bought the house from his Estate.62
 
(Subject) Newspaper23 May 1930  Caroline Shipstone and Frederic Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 23 May 1930.

Notice of Sale

Smalley Hall Estate, Derbyshire

Messrs. W. S. Bagshaw & Sons beg to announce that they have sold this Freehold Estate comprising Smalley Hall and Grounds, Three Cottages and Lands extending to:

22 Acres, 0 Roods, 20 Perches

The property will not therefore be offered by Auction as previously advertised.63
 
(Subject) Newspaper5 September 1930  Caroline Shipstone was the subject of a newspaper article on 5 September 1930.

Heanor Petty Sessions

Application for Ejectment

Mrs. Caroline Cattle, Smalley Hall, applied through Mr. J.E. Smith (Ilkeston) for an ejectment order against William Ridd of Smalley, in respect of a cottage which he occupied, and the Bench made an order for the possession in one month.64

 
(Subject) Newspaper14 November 1930  She and Frederic Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 14 November 1930.

Fire Danger to Mansion

Oak beams on fire at Smalley Hall

Oak beams caught fire at Smalley Hall, the home of Mrs. Frederick Cattle, yesterday, and the building was threatened with destruction.

A beam running across the breast of the kitchen chimney was discovered burning, and other beams beneath the floor of the room above also caught fire.

Mrs. Cattle's staff and workmen from Messrs. Smart and Brown, a Nottingham furniture firm, who happened to be in the house, fought the flames.

They pulled up floor boards, stripped off panelling, and poured water on the blazing beams. After nearly three hours work they got the fire under control.

Extensive damage was done.65
 
(Beneficiary) Will13 May 1931 Caroline Shipstone was named as "my sister, Caroline Cattle any two of my paintings (not otherwise bequeathed) which she may select and my Daimler Motor Car and my sable cape and a needlework chair on the landing in my house", a beneficiary in the Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931.66 
(Subject) Newspaper19 August 1931  Caroline Shipstone and Frederic Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 19 August 1931.

Hospital Fete at Smalley Hall

Twins present Bouquet to Mrs. FitzHerbert Wright

Mrs. FitzHerbert Wright, President of the Derbyshire Children's Hospital, opened the fete at Smalley Hall today, organised by Mrs. Percy Eales, secretary to the Ladies League, in aid of the Hospital funds.

The Hall grounds and outbuildings were lent by Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Cattle.

Mrs. Phillip Turton's twin children from Heanor presented Mrs. FitzHerbert Wright with a bouquet on behalf of the executive committee of the Ladies League.

Mr. W. Allan Reid, chairman of the hospital, presided.

Among the attractions planned is a baby show, and judges appointed were Mrs. Dudley Stanhope, daughter of Mrs. Cattle, and Mrs. M. Wells, of Derby. The prizes will be presented by Mrs. Cattle.
Mr. Pat Peat and Mr. Cook arranged a whist drive, for which Mr. Butler was M. C.
Teas were catered for by Mrs. Burrows, Mrs. B. Turton, Miss Smedley, and Mrs. Mills, assisted by Smalley Scouts under scoutmaster Hewitt. There were numerous side shows.
Mrs. Eales was helped by Mrs. T. Batts, assistant secretary, Alderman and Mrs. W. G. Wilkins, Mrs. Wells, Miss Elson, Mrs. Pearce, Mrs. James, Mrs. Keeling, Mrs. Hinds, Mrs. Skidmore, Mrs. Roberts, and Mrs. Wilson.67
 
(Subject) Newspaper20 August 1931  Caroline Shipstone was the subject of a newspaper article on 20 August 1931.

SMALLEY FETE
APPEAL FOR HOSPITAL

Derby Institution for Children needs £9,500

£22,000 Scheme

Derbyshire Children's Hospital Board of Management have received only £12,500 towards the £22,000 extension scheme.

Thus Mr. W. Allan Reid, of Derby, chairman of the hospital, who appealed for increased support at the fete held at Smalley Hall yesterday to augment hospital funds.

Mr. Reid introduced the opener, Mrs. FitzHerbert Wright, president of the hospital, and paid tribute to her services during her four years' presidency - the most difficult period the hospital had known in its 50 years' existence.

Alderman's Thanks

Alderman W.G. Wilkins, who proposed a vote of thanks to Mrs. FitzHerbert Wright, said that he had experience, as chairman of the Childrens After-Care Committee, of the advantage children aged from three to five, received from treatment before attending school.

Mrs. Cattle, who acknowledged the thanks to the host and hostess, referred to the particular interest Mr. Cattle and she had in the welfare of children.
Mr Cattle she said, was hon secretary of the N.S.P.C.C. branch at Ilkeston, while she had been hon secretary to the Heanor Branch of the Society for 20 years.

Baby Show Winners

There were more than 50 entries for the Baby Show, and the winners were:
Under one year: Noreen Haywood, Monica Drury, Margaret Wardell, Michael Parker and Donald Alldread.
One to two: Audrey Morecroft, June Dolman, Margaret Allen and Brenda Meredith.
Two to three: Cecil Wright, Hilda Watson, Betty Bromley and Derrick Meakin.

A number of consolation prizes were awarded.

The whist drive proved successful, and as a result of the fete - the first effort in Heanor area - about £10 will be handed to the Hospital authorities.68
 
(Subject) Newspaper20 August 1931  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 20 August 1931.


Womens Way from Day to Day
In and around Derby

Photo "Mrs F. Cattle"

At Smalley Hall

Now let us revert to yesterday's affairs.

Late in the morning a man said to me "Where are you going this afternoon?". "There's a garden fete at Smalley Hall" I replied, glancing at the rain. "Well I should think you will bever go - nobody will hold a garden party to-day", he replied, and I was tempted to agree with him.

Some workers might have been utterly dismayed by the downpour, but member of the Derbyshire Women's League in aid of the Children's Hospital need more than storms to dampen their spirits. They were over at Smalley Hall a long time before noon, and the subsequent sunshine justified their optimism.

Baby Shows

The vehicle which took me to the gate must have been the "baby's bus" and I thoroughly enjoyed the ride. Because of the view? Oh! no. That was worth noticing, but I was much too occupied with other affairs to study fields and trees. You see, there were mothers and babies in front, behind and by the side of me. They were friendly too, so the conversation was domestic. We discussed baby shows already held in various parts of the county, and the fact that youngsters were likely to get tired during the judging.

"You don't have to be disappointed if you don't win. Whether you win or not, it helps the hospital", said one woman, and I liked her philosophical attitude.

Patience Needed

"It's an outing too" was another expressed opinion.
I decided that to be a judge of babies at any show must need a great amount of patience and discretion. Having arrived with many of the youngsters, I took a keen interest in the part they played at the Smalley Hall Fete.

Mrs. Percy Eales and Mrs. J.W. Batts greeted me smilingly. Alderman and Mrs. W.G. Wilkins, Miss N. Elsom, Mrs Pearce, Mrs. W. Roberts, Mrs. M. Wells, Mrs. Pratt and Mrs. Walthall attended and carried out various duties cheerfully and helpfully.

There was a pleasant hospitable atmosphere that augured well for the success of the fete.

Mrs. E. L. Burrows, Mrs. R. Mills, Mrs. P. Turton, Sister Bednall, of Heanor, and Mrs. E. Skidmore were busily preparing tea, which was served under cover.

Mrs. Wilmot-Sitwell was among the visitors.


Among the guests:

I had tea in Hall with Mr. & Mrs. F Cattle who had so kindly loaned their grounds for the fete, Mrs. H. FitzHerbert Wright, and Mrs. Allen Reid.

Mrs. Dudley Stanhope, Mr. and Mrs. Cattle's daughter, was busily helping. By the way, the Baroness Orezy and her husband, Mr. Henry Barstow, Mrs. Stanhope's friends, are expected at Smalley Hall this week-end.

Miss Mary Waechter and her brother Mr. John Waechter, who are at present staying at the Hall, were at the fete. Their brother, the 19 year old Sir D'Arcy Waechter will be, so someone once told me, one of the most eligible bachelors in Britain.

Photo: "Mrs. FitzHerbert Wright, the opener of Smalley Hall fete yesterday, receiving a bouquet from Nancy and Peggy, the twin children of Mrs. Philip Turton".

...


Article by regular columnist, Hilda R. Bennett.69
 
(Subject) Newspaper20 August 1931  She and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 20 August 1931.


Making Note

of entrants in the Baby Show, one of the attractions of the fete held at Smalley Hall yesterday in aid of Derbyshire Children's Hospital

(Photo of judges and babies- poss including Mrs Cattle and/or Stanhope).70
 
(Subject) Newspaper20 August 1931  Caroline Shipstone and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 20 August 1931.

Smalley Hall Fete: Mickelover Children's Treat

At Smalley Hall


Mrs. FitzHerbert Wright opening the fete organised by Mrs. Percy Eales, secretary to the Derbyshire Women's League, in aid of the funds of Derbyshire Children's Hospital, yesterday.
Also in our picture are Mrs. F. Cattle, of Smalley Hall, Mrs. Percy Eales, Mr. Allen Reid, Mrs. Phillip Turton, Mrs. J. W. Batts, Mrs. Pratt, and Mrs. Dudley Stanhope.71
 
(Subject) Newspaper9 December 1931  Caroline Shipstone was the subject of a newspaper article on 9 December 1931.

Womens Way from Day to Day
In and around Derby

At the Albert Hall:
Mrs. E. W. Mann, secretary of the Laurence Lee Grand Opera Company was also at the bazaar.
I learnt that the members are working very hard for the matinee which is to be given on January 23 in the Grand Theatre.
With two rehearsals a week after Christmas, the players will not find they have much spare time.
Mrs. F Cattle, who was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Dudley Stanhope, was in the Albert Hall. You will recall that Mr. and Mrs. Cattle lent the grounds of Smalley Hall earlier in the year for a hospital party.72
 
(Subject) Newspaper27 June 1932  She and Frederic Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 27 June 1932.

SMALLEY HALL FETE
Conservative Addressed by Mr. H. Wragg M.P.


"As usual, most of the figures were incorrect" said Mr. H. Wragg, M.P. for the Belper Division, speaking at Smalley Conservative garden fete on Saturday at Smalley Hall, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Cattle. He was referring to a recent speech at Belper by Miss Susan Lawrence regarding the present state of affairs in comparison with those which existed under the Labour government.

Miss Lawrence did not appear to realise, he said, that when the Conservative Government left office in 1929 there were only 1,100,000 unemployed, and after two years of Labour government this figure had increased to 2,850,000.

Records revealed that 150,000 more people were employed than when the government came into power, and it was interesting to compare this with the last six months of the Labour Government, from March, 1930, to September, 1931, during which period the number of people employed dropped by 350,000.

Mr. A. Butler presided, and Mr. and Mrs. Cattle, Mr. E. Burrows, and Captain Chandler, of Derby, agent for the division, were among those present.73
 
(Subject) Newspaper17 July 1933  Caroline Shipstone and Frederic Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 17 July 1933.

SMALLEY HALL
Grounds Opened in aid of Nursing Fund


Many people took advantage of the kindness of Mr. and Mrs. F. Cattle in opening the grounds of Smalley hall to the public yesterday. Some remained in the grounds for several hours and refreshments were provided for them.

The gates were open for five hours from 2.30. A small admission charge was made, and £6 17s was realised for the Queen Alexandra Nursing Fund.

Brigadier-General E.C.W.D. Walthall announces that the grounds of his residence, Alton Manor, Idridgehay, near Wirksworth, will be open to the public each Wednesday from 2 p.m. till 8 p.m., until further notice. An admission charge of 6d. will be made. Proceeds are for the Queen Victoria Home of Rest, Derby.74
 
(Subject) Newspaper2 August 1933  Caroline Shipstone and Frederic Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 2 August 1933.

SMALLEY HALL FETE
Effort for Derby Children's Hospital


By invitation of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Cattle, a garden fete in aid of the Children's Hospital, Derby, was held at Smalley Hall, Derby, to-day. Mrs. Cattle was the opener and Mr. A. N. Whiston presided.

Stalls and side shows were arranged by the Children's Hospital Women's league, under Mrs. Eales and Mrs. Batt.

A Baby show was one of the attractions. The judges appointed were the matron of the Children's Hospital and her sister (Miss Dight), and Mrs. A. N. Whiston.

The Children's Hospital will benefit to the extent of £31 by the fete held at Ednaston Manor on Saturday by invitation of Mr. W. G. Player.

The Ednaston Manor fete was arranged by Mrs. Eales and Mrs. Batt and Derbyshire Women's League, assisted by the Ednaston Committee.

Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Player, Mr. Ashely Player and Miss Player were present and received the guests. Visitors included Lady Storrs, Mrs. Cust, Mrs. FitzHerbert-Wright, Mrs. Evelyn Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Cattle, Mr. T. Pearson and the Rev. T.B. Brown, of Brailsford.

The Brailsford Women's Institute provided the tea, under the management of their president, Mrs. T. Pearson.75
 
(Subject) Newspaper13 December 1933  Caroline Shipstone and Frederic Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 13 December 1933.

TOC H. Lamp

Derby Members at Heanor Ceremony


Members of Heanor TOC H., with representatives of the Derby, Nottingham, Ilkeston, and Ripley branches assembled at the Mundy Memorial Hall, Marlpool, last evening, to receive a lamp presented to the local branch by Mr. and Mrs. F. Cattle, of Smalley Hall, and formerly of Heanor, in memory of their two sons who fell during the war.

The lamp, which was lighted by the Prince of Wales in London on Saturday, bears the inscription: "In memory of James Henry Nightingale Cattle, Capt., Lens, 1.v.1917 and Bernard Shipstone Cattle, M.C., Lt., Thiepval, 7.vii.1916."

Mr. E. Greasley, Nottingham, area secretary, accepted the lamp from Mrs. Cattle, who was accompanied by her husband, and the ceremony of lighting was performed by Mr. F.L. Allan, chairman of the branch.

Mr. C. Buxton, Shipley, presided over the gathering, which was addressed by Mr. Greasley. A history of the local branch was given by Mr. Robert Marriott.76
 
(Subject) Newspaper15 December 1933  Caroline Shipstone and Frederic Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 15 December 1933.

Heanor

TOC H.

Following the historic event on Saturday last, when the Heanor Group Toc H attained its status of Heanor Branch, the local members experienced a further red letter day on Tuesday, when a large gathering including representatives from Derby, Nottingham, Ilkeston, and Ripley branches assembled at the Mundy Memorial Hall for the purpose of receiving the Heanor Lamp, a gift of Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Cattle, of Smalley Hall, in memory of their two officer sons, who fell in the Great War.

Mr. C. Buxton (Shipley) presided over tye initial proceedings, which were devoted to community singing. Supper was afterwards served, during the course of which, congratulatory speeches were made by the visitors to Heanor upon having become a branch and an interesting account of Toc H work in Heanor since the formation of the group was given by Mr. R. Marriott.
Mrs. Cattle, who was accompanied by Mr. Cattle, afterwards presented the lamp, which was accepted on behalf of the branch by Mr. E. Greasley (Nottingham Area secretary), who called upon Mr. F.L. Allen (president) to perform the ceremony of lighting.

The lamp, which is on an attractive design, bearing a duplicate cross, is provided with a handsome diamond-shaped case with the inscriptions: "Heanor Toc H Branch" and "To the memory of James Henry Nightingale Cattle, Capt., Lens., 1-5-1917, and Bernard Shipstone Cattle, M.C., Lt., Thiepval, 7-7-1916."

An interesting address dealing with the origination, progress and objects of the Toc H Movement was afterwards given by Mr. Greasley, and the gathering closed with prayer by Padre A.C. Hardy.77
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper17 January 1934 Caroline Cattle was mentioned in a newspaper article on 17 January 1934. As Mr. and Mrs. Cattle (Smalley Hall), mourners at the funeral of the late Miss Helen Shipstone.78
 
(Subject) Newspaper15 July 1935  She and Frederic Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 15 July 1935.

A large number of people visited Smalley Hall, Smalley, the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Cattle, when it was thrown open to the public yesterday under the National Gardens Scheme, in aid of the Derbyshire County Nursing Association.79
 
(Subject) Newspaper19 December 1935  Caroline Shipstone and Frederic Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 19 December 1935.

Harrington Hunt
Cancellation of Smalley Hall Meet

Mrs. Frederic Cattle
of Smalley Hall has requested "the Telegraph" to state that she regrets that it will not be possible to hold the annual meet of the Earl of Harrigton's Hounds at Smalley Hall on Boxing Day on account of her husband's serious illness.

She adds that she will try to give one before the end of the season.

Mr. Cattle is in a nursing home at Nottingham following a recent operation.80
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper6 March 1936 Caroline Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 6 March 1936. Named as "accompanied by her mother Mrs. Cattle" at a Heanor Dog Show opened by Mrs. P. Dudley Stanhope (Caroline's daughter).81
 
Death of Spouse5 June 1936 Her husband Frederic Cattle died on 5 June 1936 at Smalley Hall, Smalley, DBY.19 
(Mentioned) Newspaper6 June 1936 Caroline Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 6 June 1936. The widow, who was a sister of Sir Thomas Shipstone, of Messrs. James Shipstone and Sons Ltd., brewers, Basford, had one daughter. Two sons, Captain James Cattle and Lieut. Eustace Cattle, were killed in the Great War.82
 
(Spouse of dec/admn) Prob Index24 July 1936 She was named as the wife of Frederic Cattle (deceased) and as administrator of his Estate on 24 July 1936 at The Probate Office, London, valued at £12969 12s. 6d. resworn £11166 0s. 6d..19 
(Mentioned) Newspaper29 July 1936 Caroline Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 29 July 1936. Mrs. Caroline Cattle, widow, the sole executrix to whom Probate was granted. She received around £8000 (the residue of her husband Frederic's property)..83
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper15 January 1937 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 15 January 1937. Named as "accompanied by her mother Mrs. Cattle" at a Heanor Dog Show opened by Mrs. P. Dudley Stanhope (Caroline's daughter).84
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper22 January 1937 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 22 January 1937. Named as "accompanied by her mother Mrs. Cattle" at a Heanor Dog Show opened by Mrs. P. Dudley Stanhope (Caroline's daughter).85
 
(Subject) Newspaper27 December 1937  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 27 December 1937.

Harrington Hunt at Smalley

The Boxing Day meet of the Harrington Hunt, which has been held for many years at Smalley Hall, the home of Mrs. F. Cattle, again attracted a large crowd to-day, and many people from surrounding villages were present to watch the hounds move off.86
 
Resch Note13 April 1938 Research Note: at Southampton, HAM,
UK Departure Passenger Lists

Ship: Aquitania, Cunard White Star Line
Departure: 13 Apr 1938
Port: Southampton
To: New York

Tickect/contract: 32977
Destination contracted: New York
Name: Stanhope, Phyllis
Age:39 (she woud have been 47)
Address: Smalley Hall, Nr. Derby
Profession: H'wife
Country of last permanent residence: England
Country of intended future residence: England

Tickect/contract: 32978
Destination contracted: New York
Name: Cattle, Caroline
Age: 67
Address: Smalley Hall, Nr. Derby
Profession: H'wife
Country of last permanent residence: England
Country of intended future residence: England.59
 
Resch Note19 April 1938 Research Note:
New York Passenger Arrivals

Ship: Aquitania,
Departure: 13 Apr 1938 (arrived on 19th)
Port: Southampton
To: New York

Name: Stanhope, Phyllis
Age: (yrs, months) 39, 8 (she woud have been 47)
Sex: Female
Status: Married
Profession: None
Race: English
Birth: Heanor
Immigration Visa: PV8284 London 12 Apr 1838
Address: England, Derby

Name: Cattle, Caroline
Age: (yrs, months) 67, 7
Sex: Female
Status: Married
Profession: None
Race: English
Birth: Nottingham
Immigration Visa: PV8285 London 12 Apr 1838
Address: England, Derby.87
 
Resch Note2 May 1938 Research Note: at Southampton, HAM,
UK Incoming Passenger Lists

Ship: Comorin, P&O S. N. Company
Arrived 2 May 1938
Port: Southampton
From: New York, Plymouth & Cherbourg

Embarkation: New York
Destination: 1080 ( actually pass no.)
Name: Stanhope, Phyllis
Class: A35
Age: 37 (she was actually 46) - female not accompanied by husband or wife
Address: Smalley Hall, Derby
Profession: Housewife
Country of last permanent residence: England
Country of intended future residence: England

Embarkation: New York
Destination: 1016 ( actually pass no.)
Name: Cattle, Caroline
Class: A24
Age: 67 - female not accompanied by husband or wife
Address: Smalley Hall, Nr. Derby
Profession: Housewife
Country of last permanent residence: England
Country of intended future residence: England.88
 
(Subject) Newspaper*13 June 1938  She and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 13 June 1938.

Fete at Locko Park

For Hospital and Spondon Church

Stallholders:

Produce: Mrs. F. Cattle and Mrs. Stanhope.89

 
(Subject) Newspaper9 July 1938  Caroline Shipstone and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 9 July 1938.

Puppy Show at Elvaston

Prize-winning hounds.


Tom Davis, former first whip of the Earl of Harrington's Hounds, and now huntsman of the Bramham Moor Hounds, was one of the judges at the annual puppy show of the Earl of Harrington's Hunt, which took place at Elvaston Kennel's to-day.

Results:

A special prize was given by Mrs. Dudley Stanhope for the best puppy other than a prize winner, was won by Rapture, walked by Mr. Moore, of Shardlow."90
 
Resch Note1 October 1938 Research Note:
UK Departure Passenger Lists

Ship: Empress of Britain, Canadian Pacific
Arrived 1 Oct 1938
Port: Southampton
To: Quebec

Tickect/contract: E31/152038
Destination contracted: Quebec
Name: Cattle, Caroline
Age: 67
Address: Smalley Hall, Nr. Derby
Profession: None
Country of last permanent residence: England
Country of intended future residence: England

Tickect/contract: E31/152039
Destination contracted: Quebec
Name: Stanhope, Phyllis
Age: 40 (she woud have been 47)
Address: Smalley Hall, Nr. Derby
Profession: None
Country of last permanent residence: England
Country of intended future residence: England.59
 
Resch Note17 October 1938 Research Note: at Southampton, HAM,
UK Departure Passenger Lists

Ship: Normandie, French Line
Arrived 17 Oct 1938
Port: Southampton
From: New York

Embarkation: New York
Destination contracted: Southampton
Name: Cattle, Caroline
Age: 67
Address: Smalley Hall, Derby, England
Profession: Housewife
Country of last permanent residence: England
Country of intended future residence: England

Embarkation: New York
Destination contracted: Southampton
Name: Stanhope-Dudley, Phyllis
Age: 38 (actual age 47)
Address: Smalley Hall, Derby, England
Profession: None
Country of last permanent residence: England
Country of intended future residence: England.91
 
Anecdote*between 1939 and 1945 During WW2, Mrs Cattle provided a hut for the Smalley Detachment of the Home Guard – the base of which can still be seen in a field on the left as you go down Bell Lane.92 
(Subject) Newspaper2 January 1939  Caroline Shipstone and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 2 January 1939.

The Daily Mirror -
Ivor Lamb's Tales

(mostly society tittle-tattle on his travels)
...

Another young man who is shaping very well at out door sport is sixteen year old Lord Harrington, who was out with the Harrington Hounds at a meet which had been postponed from Boxing Day.
Hounds met at Smalley Hall, home of Mrs. Cattle, sister of Sir Thomas Shipstone.

Staying at Smalley Hall - it is a lovely old place in Derbyshire - was Mrs. Cattle's daughter, Mrs. Dudley Stanhope. She is a delighful woman and is very well known as one of the leading breeders of Chows. She insists always on giving these clever and lovely dogs their full name of Chow-Chow. And I don't blame her, for, I believe "chow" in Chinese means food.
Perhaps the finest of her own dogs is Kiang T'Ang, who recently won a prize for having the perfect head.93
 
(Subject) Newspaper23 January 1939  Caroline Shipstone and Phyllis Helen Cattle were the subject of a newspaper article on 23 January 1939.

Smalley Party

Aged Parishioners Guests of Mrs. Eric Cattle

More than 100 Smalley parishoners over the age of 60 attended a party at the Boy's School , Smalley, on Saturday at the invitation of Mrs. Eric Cattle, of Smalley Hall.

Tea was followed by an entertainment at which Mr. H. H. Dix (chairman of the Parish Council), presided, supported by Mrs. Cattle, Mrs. Dudley Stanhope, the Rev. P. F. Robinson (vicar of Smalley), and Mrs. Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Shaw.

Artists were Mr. James Wakefield, Madame J. Wakefield, Mr. L. Walker, and Mr. W. K. Easting.

Thanks to Mrs. Cattle were expressed by Mr. F. Stafford and Mr. F. Faulks.

Before leaving each man was presented with a packet of tobacco, the gift of Mrs. D. Stanhope.94
 
(Subject) Newspaper27 January 1939  Caroline Shipstone was the subject of a newspaper article on 27 January 1939.

Old People's Treat at Smalley

The Boy's School , Smalley, presented quite an animated and pleasant picturer on Saturday last, when upwards of 100 elderly people enjoyed an excellent tea provided by Mrs. Eric Cattle, of Smalley, and served by the staff of the Hall.
After the tea, through the kindness of Mrs. Cattle, a large audience enjoyed an excellent concert ah which Mr. H. H. Dix presided, who, in opening, expressed his pleasure at being able to be present, and also expressed the pleasure that it must have given to be the guests of such a good lady.

The programme was given by Mr. Jas. Wakefield (conjurer, ventriloquist and raconteur), Madame Jessie Wakefield and Mr. H. Walker (vocalists) all of Derby. Mr. K. Easting (Derby) was the accompanist throughout. During the evening, a vote of thanks to Mrs. Cattle on behalf of the guests was moved by Mr. F. Stafford and Mr. F. Faulks, supported by the Vicar (Rev. P.F. Robinson).

Each gentleman present was presented with a packet of tobacco, and each lady with a cake by Mrs. Dudley Stanhope.

Altogether a very enjoyable evening was spent, and the hope was expressed that there would be opportunities for many such gatherings.95
 
(Subject) Newspaper17 July 1939  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 17 July 1939.

Derbyshire Gardens open

The grounds of Smalley Hall, the home of Mrs. Frederic Cattle, and "Southsitch", Idrindgehay, the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Robinson were open to the public yesterday.

The proceeds from Smalley Hall were for the pension fund of Derbyshire County Nursing Association and the Queen's Institute of District Nursing, and from "Southsitch" for Derbyshire Children's Hospital.96
 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of Hotel Metropole, Brighton, SSX, as No. 74
Cattle, Frederick S., female, born 21 May 1871, widow, of private means. She was enumerated with Phyllis Helen Cattle. Both ladies gave the names of their "husbands", and both noted as widows and of private means. I think this must be the pair I am looking for! Both lied about their ages - Caroline by 6 years, and Phyllis by 8.13 
(Mentioned) Newspaper21 October 1940 Caroline Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 21 October 1940. At the death of Sir Thomas Shipstone, the obituary notes: "There is now only one survivor of the 12 children of Mr. James Shipstone, Mrs. Cattle, of Smalley Hall, near Derby, widow of Mr. F. Cattle, solicitor. Ilkeston and Heanor".97
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper26 October 1940 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 26 October 1940. As Mrs Frederick Cattle (sister), a family mourner at the funeral of the late Sir Thomas Shipstone.98
 
(Subject) Newspaper10 July 1941  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 10 July 1941.

Derbyshire Gardens

Open to the public:
Chatsworth House (Duke of Devonshire), Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.
Smalley Hall (Mrs. Frederick Cattle), 2.30 to 8.30;
Flower Lilies (Lady Inglefield), 2.30 to 8 p.m.
Admission 1s.99
 
Death of Daughter12 December 1942 Her daughter Phyllis Helen Cattle died on 12 December 1942 at Smalley Hall, Smalley, DBY.11,19 
(Mentioned) Newspaper15 December 1942 Caroline Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 15 December 1942. Named as her mother, Mrs. Eric Cattle, of Smalley Hall, in the report of the death of Mrs. Stanhope.100
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper15 December 1942 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 15 December 1942. As Mrs. Cattle of Smalley Hall, Smalley.101
 
Resch Note1943 Research Note: at Smalley Hall, Smalley, DBY,
Cattle, Mrs. Caroline, Smalley Hall, Smalley - Horsley 212.102
 
(Subject) Newspaper6 July 1945  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 6 July 1945.

General Notices

Derbyshire County Nursing Assn.
The Gardens at Smalley Hall, Smalley

(Mrs. Frederic Cattle) open on SUNDAY NEXT from 2.30 to 8.30
Admission 1/-. Tea 1/6.103
 
Resch Note1946 Research Note: at Smalley Hall, Smalley, DBY,
Cattle, Mrs. Caroline, Smalley Hall, Smalley - Horsley 212.102
 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 April 1946 and 30 June 1946  Her death was registered between 1 April 1946 and 30 June 1946 at R.D. Ilkeston Ref: 7b 530, age 81.104 
(Deceased) Death*13 June 1946 She died on 13 June 1946 at Smalley Hall, Smalley, DBY, Age 81.1,19 
(Subject) Newspaper14 June 1946  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 14 June 1946.

Deaths

Cattle

At her residence Smalley Hall, Derbyshire on June 13, 1946, Caroline Cattle. Funeral service at Smalley Parish Church 11:15 a.m., Saturday June 15th followed by interment at Heanor Cemetery.105
 
(Interred) Burial*15 June 1946 She was buried on 15 June 1946 at Marlpool Cemetery, Heanor, DBY, "Frederic Cattle, of Smalley Hall, Heanor
Dearly beloved husband of Caroline Shipstone Cattle,
Died June 5th 1936. Who lived to serve others.

The aforesaid Caroline S. Cattle,
Died June 13th 1946.
"Reunited."106,107
(Subject) Newspaper21 June 1946  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 21 June 1946.

Death and Funeral of Mrs. Cattle of Smalley

The news of the death on Tuesday last after a short illness of Mrs. Caroline Cattle, of Smalley Hall, was received with regret over a wide area.

Mrs. Cattle, who was 81 years of age, was the widow of Mr. Frederick Cattle, a former solicitor of Heanor and Ilkeston, who held the position of clerk to Heanor Urban District Council from its inception to the time of his death.

Mr. and Mrs. Cattle formerly resided at Heanor. They lost their two sons during the 1914-18 war, to whose memory a stained glass window was placed in Heanor Parish Church.

Mrs. Cattle took a keen interest in the National Society P.C.C., of which she was local hon. secretary, and the grounds of her home were frequently opened in aid of various charitable efforts.

A capable musician, she arranged many high-class concerts and was instrumental in raising funds on behalf of Heanor Division St. John Ambulance, in which she took a very keen interest from its formation.

The funeral took place at Heanor Cemetery on Saturday, following a service at Smalley Parish Church, conducted by the Rev. P.F. Robinson (vicar), who also officiated at the graveside.

The mourners were: Commander and Mrs. Mackness, Mr. and Mrs. James Shipstone, Mrs. Snell, Mrs. Ronald Shipstone and Mr. E.G. Selby (Nottingham), nephews and nieces; and Mrs. C. Cattle (Nottingham), sister-in-law.

Other present included Mr. and Mrs. R. Robinson (Moorcroft, Morley), Miss Sarah A. Smith (Milnhay, Langley Mill), Miss Cresswell and Mr. A. Attenborough (Nottingham), Miss Emily Raynes (companion), Mr. A. Shaw (Ilkeston, private secretary) and the members of the in-door and out-door staff at Smalley Hall.

Following the committal soil brought from the French grave of one of deceased's sons was scattered on the coffin by Miss Raynes.107
 
(Subject) Newspaper22 June 1946  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 22 June 1946.

Re: Mrs CAROLINE CATTLE, deceased, late of Smalley Hall, near Derby, Widow, who died on the 13th day of June 1946

Notice is hereby given that creditors and others having claims gainst the estate of the above named deceased and also all persons having the custody of goods deeds or other documents belonging to her are requested forthwith to send particulars thereof in writing to us the undersigned.

Dated this 19th day June 1946.
F. Cattle, Chambers and Hind,
Ilkeston and Heanor.
Solicitors and Executors.108
 
(Subject) Newspaper20 July 1946  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 20 July 1946.

Preliminary Announcement:

By Instructions from the Executors of Mrs Caroline Cattle, deceased

Tuesday, 24th Sept., 1946

at the St. James Sale Rooms Derby.

Sale of the VALUABLE FREEHOLD SMALL COUNTRY MANSION "SMALLEY HALL" near Derby and Nottingham.

Monday, 30th September

And following days.

Sale of the Whole of the VALUABLE FURNISHING CONTENTS OF "SMALLEY HALL", on the Premises.

Full particulars and catalogues in course of preparation.

Solicitors: F. Cattle, Chambers and Hind, Ilkeston and Heanor.109
 
(Deceased) Prob Index*30 July 1946  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Caroline Cattle of Smalley Hall Smalley Derbyshire widow died 13 June 1946. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Arthur Shaw solicitors clerk and Charles Percival Maltby retired lace manufacturer on 30 July 1946 by The Probate Office, Nottingham. Estate valued at £187468 8s, 6d..19 
(Subject) Newspaper7 September 1946  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 7 September 1946.

By Instructions from the Executors of Mrs Caroline Cattle, deceased

SMALLEY HALL, SMALLEY, DERBYSHIRE

Tues, WED, & THURS., OCT 1st, 2nd & 3rd, 1946

Sale of the Very Valuable ANTIQUE and MODERN FURNISHING CONTENTS of the Mansion.

Also European and English Porcelain; Silver and Plate; Glass; Household Linen; Furs and Wearing Apparel; Cosmetics. THE LIBRARY of BOOKS with many 1st Editions; A VALUABLE COLLECTION of JEWELLERY; Ornamental Items and Outdoor Effects.

View Days: Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 26th, 27th and 28th September 1946. Admission by Catalogue only.

Catalogues in course of preparation, price 2s. 6d. each.

Full particulars later.110
 
(Subject) Newspaper21 September 1946  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 21 September 1946.

By Instructions from the Executors of Mrs Caroline Cattle, deceased

SMALLEY HALL, SMALLEY, DERBYSHIRE.
Six miles from Derby, on the main Derby to Heanor Road, 11 miles from Nottingham.
Sale by Auction on the Premises
on

TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, & THURSDAY,
1st, 2nd & 3rd OCTOBER, 1946.

The Very Valuable Antique and Modern FURNISHING CONTENTS of the Mansion House including: A magnificent Suite of Louis XV. design giltwood and tapestry furniture, 10 pieces; several Louis Cabinets and Tables in Kingwood and Acajou Wood with rich ormulu mountings; a Bergere Settee and East Chairs; Schiedmayer iron-framed overstrung Pianoforte; a fine Oak Refectory Table, length 8ft., width 2ft. 8ins; and Antique Oak Dresser, width 5ft. 2in; six 16th and 17th Century Oak Sabre and Dower Chests; a carved Oak Settle; a set of six Stuart design Carved Oak Chairs; a Carved Oak Vestry Cupboard. height 6ft. 7in., width 3ft; a 3ft. Carved Oak Monk's bench; an Oak Gate-legged Table; two sets of four Flemish finely Carved Oak Armchairs, upholstered in Tapestry; a 5ft. Heavily Carved Oak Pedestal Writing Table; several richly upholstered 3-piece Lounge Suites, also East Chairs and odd Settees; a 2ft. 6in. Walnutwood Bureau; a 3ft. 6in. Rosewood Bureau; a Louis XV. Walnutwood folding top Card Table, width 2ft. 9in; a 3ft. Buhl Card Table; Objets d'Art, including a pair of large Imperial Cloisonne Enamel Twin Vases from the Throne Room in the Summer Palace, Pekin; a group of walnut and mahogany Diningroom Furniture; Tea and Coffee Tables and Stools; Display Tables and Cabinets; Bedroom and Dressingroom Furnishings; a valuable collection of Axminster, Wilton Pile and Oriental Carpets; several sets of costly Tapestry and Velvet Curtains; Household Utensils; Hoover Cleaner; a Frigidaire Electric Refrigerator, 13 1/4 cu. ft. capacity, etc. Crockery and Glassware.

THE LIBRARY of BOOKS including many first editions.

European and English Porcelain; Silver and Plate; Glass; Household Linen; Furs and Wearing Apparel and Cosmetics.

A VALUABLE COLLECTION of JEWELLERY

THE CHALET, being a timber constructed building, weather-boarded, length 18ft. 3in., width 9ft. 8in., accommodation comprising: Two Rooms, Toilet and Cloakroom.

OUTDOOR EFFECTS and SUMMER HOUSE

SALE to COMMENCE at 10:30 a.m. EACH DAY.
VIEW DAYS: Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 26th, 27th and 28th September 1946, from 10 a.m. to 4.0 p.m.

CATALOGUES, Price 2/6 each, upon application to the Auctioneers.
REFRESHMENTS will be provided on Sale Days at moderate charges.111
 
(Subject) Newspaper2 October 1946  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 2 October 1946.

High Prices for Rare China


A WORCESTER oval dish given by Queen Mary to the Mayor of Ilkeston, on June 15, 1933, to be sold for a charity, realised £15 10s. at the first day of a three-day sale at Smalley Hall yesterday.

This dish, 11 inches in diameter, was of Cantonese design, and, with a Canton enamel oval dish, was sold to a Liverpool buyer.

The sale, which is being conducted by Messrs. Richardson and Linnell, the Derby auctioneers, is by instruction from the executors of the late Mrs. Caroline Cattle.

Among the 414 lots yesterday were a pair of Sevres porcelain vases and covers, which realised £40, and a Dresden porcelain figure group, which sold for £32.

The highest price of the day was £170 for a timber-built sectional weather-boarded chalet, and an electric refrigerator realised £120. At the sale to-day jewellery and books, including some first editions, were offered.

Smalley Hall has been purchased for private residence by Mr. H. R. Edwards, of Somercoates.112
 
(Subject) Newspaper4 October 1946  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 4 October 1946.

Brisk Bids for Jewels and Ermine

Nearly £15,000 was realised from the three-day sale of furniture, jewellery and furs held by Messrs. Richardson and Linnell, for the executors of the late Mrs. C. Cattle. of Smalley Hall. The sale ended at the Hall yesterday.

A Maltese Cross pendant set with diamonds realised £380, and a diamond two-stone cross-over ring and a three stone diamond ring sold for £340 each.

Three pairs of silk tapestry interlined curtains made £210, and a three piece lounge suit, upholstered blue silk damask £135. An Axminster carpet realised £140, and a Wilton carpet and Persian carpet £115 each.

Coupons Given Up

Coupons were rendered by purchasers of furs and clothes, the best prices paid for an ermine fur coat (£200), a dyed ermine fur coat with fox collar (£135), and a black seal-skin coat (£21).

Bidding was extremely brisk in the linen section, embroidered table cloths realising £10 10s and a pair of candlewick bedspreads £12 10s. Ten bottles os scent sold for £13 10s., and a brown leather handbag, fitted with a clock, went for £16.

First Edition - £6 10s

In the library sale a first edition of Thomas Hardy's "Return of the Native" realised £6 10s., and 28 volumes of "Cranford" in orginal cloth were sold for £12.

Smalley Hall has been purchased for private residence by Mr. H. R. Edwards, of Somercoates.113
 
AnecdoteApril 1951 After Mrs Cattle’s death, a friend donated a stained glass window in the Children’s Corner of the Church.


The only stained glass window in the north aisle is inscribed:
“AMDG In Thankful Memory of Phoebe Raynes, Caroline Cattle and of all Mothers, April 1951”.92,114 

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Known Children of Caroline Shipstone and Frederic Cattle

(Bride) Marriage*between 1 July 1890 and 30 September 1890 Caroline Shipstone married Frederic Cattle between 1 July 1890 and 30 September 1890 at Wesleyan Methodist Free Chapel, New Basford, NTT,
Year: 1890
Derbyshire Registrar's Marriage Index

Forenames: Caroline
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Frederic
Spouse Surname: CATTLE
Place: New Basford
Description: Wesleyan Methodist Free Chapel
County: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 685
Register Entry: RO/41/006.6,7,8,9 
Children
Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S2] MI "Marlpool Cemetery, Heanor, Derbys."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  4. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
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    Save Smalley web site."
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Charles Edward Shipstone1

M, #1084, b. between 13 January 1863 and 1 April 1863, d. 13 January 1881
FatherJames Shipstone1 b. 9 Feb 1818, d. 21 Oct 1897
MotherFrances Elizabeth Dodson1 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
(Child) Birth*between 13 January 1863 and 1 April 1863 Charles Edward Shipstone, son of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson, was born between 13 January 1863 and 1 April 1863 at New Basford, NTT.1,2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1863 and 30 June 1863  His birth was registered between 1 April 1863 and 30 June 1863 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b 131, Shipstone, Charles Edward mother: Dodson.3,4 
 Charles Edward Shipstone was the son of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Radford Road, New Basford, NTT, listed Charles Edward Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson described as Charles Edward Shipston son, unmarried age 8, scholar, born New Basford, NTT.2 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1881 and 31 March 1881  His death was registered between 1 January 1881 and 31 March 1881 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b 92, age 17.5 
Death*13 January 1881 Charles Edward Shipstone died on 13 January 1881 at 194 Radford Road, New Basford, NTT.1 
(Interred) Burial*15 January 1881 He was buried on 15 January 1881 at grave 989, Church Cemetery, Nottingham, NTT, as Charles Edward Shipstone age 17, son of James Shipstone, brewer, 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.1,6 
(Subject) Newspaper*21 January 1881  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 21 January 1881.

Deaths:

On the 13th inst., at the Brewery, New Basford, Charles Edward, youngest son of James and Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, aged 17 years.
Deeply Lamented.7
 
Resch Note*1912 Research Note:
The Leys School , Cambridge Directory Pub 1912

Pages 546
P282
Deceased:

Shipstone, C. E.
 

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Died having had no children
Known family has already been included
Known not to be married
1st cousin of main line
No entry in National Probate Calendar 1858-1966 after death
Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S62] Nottingham Church Cemetery Interment Books, 1881 burial No. 4582, grave no. 989.
  2. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  5. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths.
  6. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "www.deceasedonline.com."
  7. [S40] Nottingham Guardian Journal, "Friday Jan 21st 1881; p8; issue 1861."

Daisy Shipstone1

F, #767, b. 11 January 1890, d. 11 January 1956
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 January 1890 and 31 March 1890  Her birth was registered between 1 January 1890 and 31 March 1890 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 164 Shipstone, Daisy mother: Broadhead.2,3 
Birth-Alt11 January 1890 Daisy Shipstone, daughter of Samuel Shipston and Dinah Broadhead, was also reported to have been born on 11 January 1890 at Ilkeston, DBY.1,4,5 
Birth*11 January 1890 Daisy Shipstone, daughter of Samuel Shipston and Dinah Broadhead, was born on 11 January 1890 at Cossall, NTT.6,4,5 
 Daisy Shipstone was the daughter of Samuel Shipston and Dinah Broadhead.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of Middleton Street, Cossall, NTT, listed Daisy Shipstone in the household of Samuel Shipston and Dinah Broadhead described as Daisy Shipstone, daughter, single, age 1, born Cossall, NTT.7 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 41 Queen Street, Long Eaton, DBY, listed Daisy Shipstone in the household of Samuel Shipston and Dinah Broadhead described as Daisy Shipstone, daughter, age 11 born Ilkeston, DBY.1 
Death of Mother26 March 1907 Her mother Dinah Broadhead died on 26 March 1907 at R.D. Shardlow.8 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 17 Maxwell Street, Long Eaton, DBY, listed Daisy Shipstone in the household of Nellie Elizabeth Shipstone described as Daisy Shipstone, sister, female age 21, millhand, lace maker, born Cossall, NTT.6 
Married Namebetween 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913  As of between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913, her married name was Shaw.9 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 at R.D. Shardlow.9 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 Daisy Shipstone married Alfred Shaw between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 at St. Lawrence, Long Eaton, DBY,
Shipstone, Daisy = Shaw, Alfred.9,10 
(Subject) Newspaper*28 May 1924  Daisy Shipstone and Lillie Shipstone were the subject of a newspaper article on 28 May 1924.

Transfer of Nottm. Licences

Structural Alterations to inns

The following transfers were made:

From Daisy Shaw to Lily Toon, 54 Hungerhill Road, beer-off.

From George Camm to Daisy Shaw, 109 Sneinton Boulevard, beer-off.11
 
Death of Father6 May 1928 Her father Samuel Shipston died on 6 May 1928 at General Hospital, Nottingham, NTT.12,13,14 
(Mentioned) Newspaper6 May 1931 Daisy Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 6 May 1931. In Memoriam

SHIPSTONE (Samuel)

Loving memories of dad, died May 6th 1928 - Nellie and George

SHIPSTONE

Loving memories of Samuel, died May 6th 1928 - Nellie, Daisy, Lily.15 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of The Heathfield Hotel Public House, Heathfield Road, Nottingham, NTT, as Shaw, Daisy, female born 11 Jan 90, married, Paid for domestic duties. She was enumerated with Alfred Shaw.5 
(Originator) Newspaper13 May 1941 Daisy Shipstone originated this newspaper article on 13 May 1941. In Memoriam

TOON - Lily

our darling sister. Time passes, loving memories stay - Daisy, Alf.16 
(Originator) Newspaper11 May 1942 She 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.17 
(Originator) Newspaper12 May 1943 She originated this newspaper article on 12 May 1943. In Memoriam

TOON -

Sweetest memories, Lily (nee Shipstone), devoted sister, Daisy and Alfred, Heathfield Hotel.18 
(Originator) Newspaper11 May 1944 She originated this newspaper article on 11 May 1944. In Memoriam

TOON - Lily

(nee Shipstone), devoted sister. Lovingly remembered, Daisy, Alfred, Heathfield Hotel.19 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1956 and 31 March 1956  Her death was registered between 1 January 1956 and 31 March 1956 at R.D. Ilkeston Ref: 3a, 436 Shaw, Daisy, age 66.20 
(Deceased) Death*11 January 1956 She died on 11 January 1956 at The General Hospital, Ilkeston, Ilkeston, DBY, Aged 66.20,21,22 
Address*11 January 1956  As of 11 January 1956, Daisy Shipstone lived at 30 Kingston Avenue, Ilkeston, DBY.22 
(Deceased) Prob Index*19 June 1956  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Shaw, Daisy, of 30 Kingston Avenue, Ilkeston, widow, died 11 Jan 1956 at the General Hospital Ilkeston. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Grace Shaw, spinster on 19 June 1956 by The Probate Office, Nottingham. Estate valued at £1079 18s 2d. Can't find this in Ancestry index but other Daisy/Fanny Shaw from same year gets to the right page.21 
Resch Note*19 June 1956 Research Note:
Go not know who Grace Shaw is, as Daisy and Alfred had no children - possibly Alfred's sister, or neice?22
 

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ValueNotes
Died having had no children
Known family has already been included
Associated with drinks industry
Known to be married
2nd cousin of main line

Family of Daisy Shipstone and Alfred Shaw

(Bride) Marriage*between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 Daisy Shipstone married Alfred Shaw between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 at St. Lawrence, Long Eaton, DBY,
Shipstone, Daisy = Shaw, Alfred.9,10 
Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "www.gro.gov.uk."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  5. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  6. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  7. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  8. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  9. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  10. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast England Marriages."
  11. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Transfer of Nottm. Licences: Wednesday 28 May 1924, p6."
  12. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "1837 online."
  13. [S41] Nottingham Evening News, "Deaths: Samuel Shipstone Tuesday 08 May 1928, p6."
  14. [S2] MI "Long Eaton Cemetery."
  15. [S41] Nottingham Evening News, "In Memoriam: Samuel Shipstone Wednesday 06 May 1931, p6."
  16. [S41] Nottingham Evening News, "In Memoriam: Lily Toon Tuesday 13 May 1941, p4."
  17. [S41] Nottingham Evening News, "In Memoriam: Lily Toon Monday 11th May 1942, p2 of 4."
  18. [S41] Nottingham Evening News, "In Memoriam: Lily Toon Wednesday 12 May 1943, p2 of 4."
  19. [S41] Nottingham Evening News, "In Memoriam: Lily Toon Thursday 11 May 1944, p4."
  20. [S15] Website FreeBMD (freebmd.org).
  21. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index.
  22. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."

David Shipstone1

M, #1314, b. February 1947, d. July 2019
FatherNorman Bert Shipstone1 b. 29 Apr 1920, d. 30 Mar 1971
MotherEva Mary Lee1 b. 21 Jun 1915, d. bt 1 Apr 1971 - 30 Jun 1971
Relationship3rd 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 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 January 1947 and 31 March 1947  His birth was registered between 1 January 1947 and 31 March 1947 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 3c, 713 Shipstone, David mother: Lee.1,2 
Birth*February 1947 David Shipstone, son of Norman Bert Shipstone and Eva Mary Lee, was born in February 1947 at R.D. Nottingham.1,3 
 David Shipstone was the son of Norman Bert Shipstone and Eva Mary Lee.1 
Resch Note*between 1 January 1969 and 31 March 1969 Research Note: at R.D. Basford
Ref: 3c 182, Likely to marry
Rosemary Halliday Q1 1969

Other possible David Shipstone marriages:

Q1 1967 Darwen, LAN Carol A Fairhurst
Q4 1967 Leeds YKS Margaret R Hill
Q1 1969 Basford NTT Rosemary Haliday
Q4 1971 Nottingham NTT Gloria M. Anderson
Q3 1976 Basford NTT Patricia M. Marriott.4
 
Death of Father30 March 1971 His father Norman Bert Shipstone died on 30 March 1971 at R.D. Nottingham.5,6 
Death*July 2019 David Shipstone died in July 2019 at Nottingham, NTT.3 
(Interred) Burial*26 July 2019 He was buried on 26 July 2019 at Bramcote Crematorium 'Reflection Chapel', Bramcote, NTT,
Funeral: 26 Jul 2019, Nottingham
Funeral Director
A.W. Lymn Stapleford
Time: 10:30am.3 

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ValueNotes
Do not know if they had children
Known family has already been included
Marital status unknown
3rd cousin of main line
Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "1837online."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  3. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Funerallguide.co.uk."
  4. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  5. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths.
  6. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "www.deceasedonline.com."

Derek Arthur Shipstone1,2

M, #1141, b. 29 March 1923, d. June 1999
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*29 March 1923 Derek Arthur Shipstone, son of James Ernest Shipstone and Adelaide Lillian Colbert, was born on 29 March 1923 at R.D. Basford.1,3 
 Derek Arthur Shipstone was the son of James Ernest Shipstone and Adelaide Lillian Colbert.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1923 and 30 June 1923  His birth was registered between 1 April 1923 and 30 June 1923 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 456 Shipstone, Derek A mother: Colbert.1,4 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 The 1939 UK Register of 69 Nottingham Road, Arnold, NTT, listed Derek Arthur Shipstone in the household of James Ernest Shipstone and Adelaide Lillian Colbert described as Shipstone, Derek A, male born 23.3.1923, single, Bank Clerk.5 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1944 and 31 March 1944  His marriage was registered between 1 January 1944 and 31 March 1944 at R.D. Southwell.6 
(Groom) Marriage*between 1 January 1944 and 31 March 1944 Derek Arthur Shipstone married Edna Annie Parker between 1 January 1944 and 31 March 1944 at R.D. Southwell.6 
(Administrator) Prob Index10 February 1959 Authority was granted to Derek Arthur Shipstone described as a bank manager, to administer the Estate of Agatha Ann Shipstone on 10 February 1959 at The Probate Office, Nottingham, valued at £213 4s 2d.2,7 
Death*June 1999 Derek Arthur Shipstone died in June 1999 at R.D. Chesterfield.3 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*June 1999  His death was registered in June 1999 at R.D. Chesterfield Ref:
June District No 3931A
Reg No A61E
Ent No 194
Dor 699
Age 76.3 

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ValueNotes
Known to have had children
Known family has already been included
Known to be married
2nd cousin of main line

Family of Derek Arthur Shipstone and Edna Annie Parker

(Groom) Marriage*between 1 January 1944 and 31 March 1944 Derek Arthur Shipstone married Edna Annie Parker between 1 January 1944 and 31 March 1944 at R.D. Southwell.6 
Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  2. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index.
  3. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "1837online - findmypast."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  5. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  6. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Findmypast."
  7. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."

Dorothea Shipstone1,2,3

F, #768, b. 25 April 1886, d. 30 March 1961
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 April 1886 and 30 June 1886  Her birth was registered between 1 April 1886 and 30 June 1886 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b 175, Shipstone, Dorothea mother: Fewkes.2,4 
Birth*25 April 1886 Dorothea Shipstone, daughter of Enoch Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes, was born on 25 April 1886 at Basford, NTT.5,2,6 
 Dorothea Shipstone was the daughter of Enoch Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 9 Broomhill Road, Bulwell, NTT, listed Dorothea Shipstone in the household of Enoch Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes described as Dorothea Shipstone, daughter, single, age 4, born Carrington, Nottingham NTT.7 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 7 Second Avenue, Nottingham, NTT, listed Dorothea Shipstone in the household of Enoch Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes described as Dorothea Shipstone, daughter, single age 14, born Basford, NTT.5 
(Beneficiary) Will14 January 1907 Dorothea Shipstone was named as Dorothea Shipstone, daughter, a beneficiary in the Will of Enoch Shipstone dated 14 January 1907.8 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of Sherwood Rise, Nottingham, NTT, listed Dorothea Shipstone in the household of Enoch Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes described as Dorothy Shipstone, daughter, female, age 24, single, born Nottingham NTT.9 
(Beneficiary) Will2 February 1912 Dorothea Shipstone was named as Dorothea Shipstone, daughter, a beneficiary in the Will of Enoch Shipstone dated 2 February 1912.8 
Death of Father8 March 1914 Her father Enoch Shipstone died on 8 March 1914 at Normanton Grange, Normanton-on-the-Wolds, NTT.10,11,12,13 
(Informant) DC10 March 1914 Dorothea Shipstone was the informant as Dorothea Shipstone, daughter, present at the death, Normanton on the Wolds at the registration of the death of Enoch Shipstone on 10 March 1914 at R.D. Bingham.14 
(Mentioned) Newspaper30 May 1914 Dorothea Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 30 May 1914. "The testator (Mr. Enoch Shipstone) left £200 to his wife, Mrs. Ada Shipstone, and the residue of his property to her during widowhood, with remainder upon trust in equal shares for his daughters, Dorothea, Gladys Muriel and Sylvia Kathleen."15
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper10 May 1919 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 10 May 1919. One possibility for the "Miss Shipstone" who was driving her mother's car when it had an accident on the Sleaford Road, nr Boston.16
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper29 July 1920 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 29 July 1920. As one of "the Misses" Dorothea and Sylvia Kathleen Shipstone, who wore mauve taffeta dresses and black hats, and carried bouquets of mauve sweet peas at the marriage of their sister Gladys Muriel Shipstone to Charles H. Middleton.17 
(Mentioned) Newspaper30 July 1920 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 30 July 1920. As one of "the Misses Sylvia, Kathleen and Dorothea Shipstone" at the marriage of their sister Gladys Muriel Shipstone to Charles H. Middleton.18 
(Mentioned) Newspaper26 August 1925 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 26 August 1925. A Nottingham Girl Swimmer

Miss Dorothy Bryan, 13, of the Radford Ladies' Smimming Club, daughter of Det-sergt. Bryan, of the Nottingham City Police Force, won the Dorothea Shipstone Challenge Cup. The event took place at Radford baths last night and Miss Bryan swam two lengths in 40 2.5secs
The race was for club member under 14 years.19 
(Mentioned) Newspaper6 July 1928 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 6 July 1928. In Court 16 Times

Nottm. Offenders "one or two" mistakes

12 months follow meeting with Prison pals

With several previous convictions against him, Reginald James Wyatt, 35 a motor driver, of no fixed abode, was sentenced to 12 month's imprisonment at the Nottingham Guildhall to-day. He pleaded guilty to stealing 10s. by means of a trick, saying he was anxious to attend his brother's funeral at Leicester, from Dorothea Shipstone, 411 Mansfield Road, and also by £1 by the same means from Horace G Maule, 6 Ravensmore Road.
Accused asked for other similar cases to be taken into consideration.
Detective supt. Doubleday said Wyatt had been before the court 15 times previously.
The Chairman (Mr. W. Hardstaff) said that on such a record they had to send Wyatt to prison in the interests of the community.
Addressing the magistrates before sentence, Wyatt admitted he had made one or two slight mistakes in life. He had been at work in Leicester, however, and engaged to a decent girl until it became known he had been in trouble. As to the offence in question, he came across some old prison acquaintances, and they upset his calculations about going straight. He meant to go straight in future, and pleaded for another chance.20 
Directory*1929 She and Ada Alice Fewkes were named in 1929 in the Mapperley Ward, Polling District C.
Mansfield Road
1929
2743 Rw Ow Shipstone, Ada Alice 411
2744 Rw - Shipstone, Dorothea 411(note Loverseed's living 399) at 411 Mansfield Road, Nottingham, NTT.21 
Directory1930 Dorothea Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes were named in 1930 in the Mapperley Ward, Polling District C.
Mansfield Road
1929
2795 Rw Ow Shipstone, Ada Alice 411
2796 Rw - Shipstone, Dorothea 411

(note Loverseed's living 399) at 411 Mansfield Road, Nottingham, NTT.21 
Directory1931 Dorothea Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes were named in 1931 in the Mapperley Ward, Polling District C.
Mansfield Road
1931
2807 Rw Ow Shipstone, Ada Alice 411
2808 Rw - Shipstone, Dorothea 411(note Loverseed's living 399) at 411 Mansfield Road, Nottingham, NTT.21 
(Present-Second) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed next to the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 81 St. Annes Road East, Lytham St. Anne's, LAN, as Shipstone, Dorothea, female, born 25 Apl 1886, single, private means. She was enumerated with Ada Alice Fewkes, her daughter, and Eunice King (later Stevenson) domestic servant bn 1914..6 
(Mentioned) Newspaper24 February 1941 Dorothea Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 24 February 1941. Named in the Will of Sir Thomas Shipstone - £1,500 to each of his nieces - Gladys Dorothea Shipstone and Sylvia Kathleen Adams (daughters of his late brother Enoch).22
 
Death of Mother23 November 1944 Her mother Ada Alice Fewkes died on 23 November 1944 at The Lawn Hospital, Lincoln, LIN.10,23 
(Administrator) Prob Index2 February 1945 Authority was granted to Dorothea Shipstone described as a spinster (and was the eldest daughter) with Charles Harold Clough retired bank cashier to administer the Estate of Ada Alice Shipstone on 2 February 1945 at The Probate Office, Nottingham, valued at £21761 15s 2d.24,12 
Living1952 Dorothea Shipstone was living in 1952 at 6 Western Terrace, The Park, Nottingham, NTT.25 
Living1954 She was living in 1954 at 6 Mapperley Road, Nottingham, NTT.25 
Living*1956 She was living in 1956 at 6 Mapperley Road, Nottingham, NTT.25 
Address*30 March 1961  As of 30 March 1961, Dorothea Shipstone lived at 6 Mapperley Road, Nottingham, NTT.26 
Death*30 March 1961 She died on 30 March 1961 at The Convent Nursing Home, Woodthorpe, NTT.26,12 
(Subject) Newspaper*1 April 1961  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 1 April 1961.

The death occurred on Thursday of Miss Dorothea Shipstone, a member of the Nottingham brewery family of Shipstone. She died in the Convent Nursing Home, Woodthorpe, Nottingham, at the age of 74.

She was a distant cousin of the present managing director of the brewery, Mr. James L. Shipstone, of Eastwell Hall, Melton Mowbray.

Her father was the late Mr. Enoch Shipstone, younger brother of Sir Thomas Shipstone and Mr. James Shipstone, both deceased.

Miss Shipstone who leaves two sisters, Mrs Sylvia Adams and Mrs Gladys Middleton, lived at 6, Mapperley-road, Nottingham. She had been ill for the past month and was admitted to the Convent Nursing Home early last month.

A funeral service is to take place at St. Andrew's Church, Nottingham, on Wednesday, followed by cremation at Wilford Hill.27
 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 April 1961 and 30 June 1961  Her death was registered between 1 April 1961 and 30 June 1961 at R.D. Basford Ref: 3c, 1, Shipstone, Dorothea age 74.3,28 
(Interred) Burial*5 April 1961 She was buried on 5 April 1961 at Wilford Hill Crematorium, Wilford, NTT, A funeral service is to take place at St. Andrew's Church, Nottingham, on Wednesday, followed by cremation at Wilford Hill.27 
(Deceased) Prob Index*4 May 1961  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Shipstone Dorothea of 6 Mapperley Road, Nottingham, spinster died 30 March 1961 at The Convent Nursing Home Woodthorpe Nottingham. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Frederick Harry Sketchley solicitor and Horace Wells accountant on 4 May 1961 by The Probate Office, Nottingham. Estate valued at £63417 7s 3d.24,12 
(Subject) Newspaper22 May 1961  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 22 May 1961.

The latest Wills include: (Net before duty paid):
Shipstone, Miss Dorothea of Nottingham, a member of the Nottingham brewery family (gross, £63,417) (duty paid £26,898) - £62,953.29
 

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Citations

  1. [S14] Will "Enoch Shipstone, written 2nd Feb 1912."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  3. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths.
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  5. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  6. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  7. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
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  9. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  10. [S2] MI "Church or "rock" cemetery, Nottingham."
  11. [S64] Index to Nottingham Church Rock Cemetery Burials "Grave 4479 Beech. Burial ref 21953."
  12. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  13. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  14. [S16] Death cert. Copy dated 13 Mar 2008.
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  16. [S94] "Boston Guardian "Motor-Car Accident" 10 May 1919 p7 of 12."
  17. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "NEP 29 Jul 1920, P3 of 4, Marriages, Middleton-Shipstone."
  18. [S40] Nottingham Guardian Journal, "Nottm Guardian journal 30 Jul 1920, P5 of 8, Local Wedding, Middleton-Shipstone."
  19. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Wednesday 26th August 1925, p4."
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  24. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index.
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  27. [S40] Nottingham Guardian Journal, "The Death of Miss Dorothea Shipstone, article dated 1st April 1961."
  28. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GRO Online."
  29. [S43] The Times, "Deaths: Latest Wills (Miss Dorothea Shipstone); reported 22 May 1961."

Dorothy May Shipstone1

F, #1816, b. 13 August 1910, d. 10 March 1982
FatherDuncan Shipstone1 b. 18 Nov 1880, d. bt 1 Jul 1942 - 5 Aug 1942
MotherCaroline Jane Bennett1 b. 18 Aug 1887, d. bt 1 Jan 1978 - 6 Mar 1978
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 July 1910 and 30 September 1910  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1910 and 30 September 1910 at R.D. Chapel-le-Frith Ref: 7b, 900 Shipstone, Dorothy May mother: Bennett.2,3 
Birth*13 August 1910 Dorothy May Shipstone, daughter of Duncan Shipstone and Caroline Jane Bennett, was born on 13 August 1910 at R.D. Chapel-en-le-Frith.1,4 
 Dorothy May Shipstone was the daughter of Duncan Shipstone and Caroline Jane Bennett.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 105 London Road, Buxton, DBY, listed Dorothy May Shipstone in the household of Duncan Shipstone and Caroline Jane Bennett described as Dorothy May Shipstone, daughter, female, age 7 months, born Buxton, DBY.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 The 1939 UK Register of 8 Clifton Road, Buxton, DBY, listed Dorothy May Shipstone in the household of Duncan Shipstone and Caroline Jane Bennett described as Shipstone (then Sowler), Dorothy M., female, born 13th Aug 1910, single, shop assistant.5 
Married Namebetween 1 April 1940 and 30 June 1940  As of between 1 April 1940 and 30 June 1940, her married name was Sowler.6 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1940 and 30 June 1940  Her marriage was registered between 1 April 1940 and 30 June 1940 at R.D. Chapel-Le-F.7 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 April 1940 and 30 June 1940 Dorothy May Shipstone married Thomas Holland Sowler between 1 April 1940 and 30 June 1940 at Register Office, Chapel-en-le-Frith, DBY,
Year: 1940
Forenames: Dorothy May
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Thomas Holland
Spouse Surname: SOWLER
Place: Chapel-en-le-Frith
Description: Register Office
County: Derbyshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 395
Register Entry: RO/G05/040.6 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1982 and 31 March 1982  Her death was registered between 1 January 1982 and 31 March 1982 at R.D. High Peak Ref: 6, 1275 as Dorothy May Sowler, born 13 Aug 1910.4 
(Deceased) Death*10 March 1982 Dorothy May Shipstone died on 10 March 1982 at Flat 1, Court Leigh 26 Stant Johns Road, Buxton, DBY, Age 71.4,8 
(Deceased) Prob Index*30 July 1982  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Sowler, Dorothy May or Shipstone, Dorothy May of Flat 1 Court Leigh 26 Saint John's Road, Buxton, Derbyshire died 10 March 1982. Authority to administer the Estate was granted on 30 July 1982 by The Probate Office, London. Estate valued at £21,861. Ref: 820208681N.8 
(Deceased) Prob Index30 July 1982  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Shipstone, Dorothy May = see Sowler, Dorothy May. Authority to administer the Estate was granted on 30 July 1982 by The Probate Office, London. Ref: 820208681N.8 

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(Bride) Marriage*between 1 April 1940 and 30 June 1940 Dorothy May Shipstone married Thomas Holland Sowler between 1 April 1940 and 30 June 1940 at Register Office, Chapel-en-le-Frith, DBY,
Year: 1940
Forenames: Dorothy May
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Thomas Holland
Spouse Surname: SOWLER
Place: Chapel-en-le-Frith
Description: Register Office
County: Derbyshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 395
Register Entry: RO/G05/040.6 
Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO."
  4. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  5. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  6. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Findmypast."
  7. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  8. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "FindMyPast."

Douglas Shipstone1

M, #3086, b. between 1 April 1909 and 30 June 1909, d. 8 June 1909
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
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 April 1909 and 30 June 1909  His death was registered between 1 April 1909 and 30 June 1909 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9a, 377 Shipstone, Douglas age 0. 
(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. Sheffield Ref: 9a, 736 Shipstone, Douglas mother: Askwith.1 
Birth*between 1 April 1909 and 30 June 1909 Douglas Shipstone, son of Joseph William Shipston and Elizabeth Askwith, was born between 1 April 1909 and 30 June 1909 at R.D. Sheffield.1 
Death*8 June 1909 Douglas Shipstone died on 8 June 1909 at R.D. Sheffield.2 
(Interred) Burial*19 June 1909 He was buried on 19 June 1909 at Attercliffe Municipal Cemetery, Sheffield, YKS, Douglas Shipstone Buried 19 Jun 1908, age 11 days.1 
 He was the son of Joseph William Shipston and Elizabeth Askwith.1 

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

Duncan Shipstone1

M, #1307, b. 18 November 1880, d. between 1 July 1942 and 5 August 1942
FatherWilliam Shipstone 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
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1880 and 31 December 1880  His birth was registered between 1 October 1880 and 31 December 1880 at R.D. Chapel-en-le-Frith Ref: 7b, 724 Shipstone, Duncan mother: Heathcote.2,3 
Birth*18 November 1880 Duncan Shipstone, son of William Shipstone and Mary Heathcoat, was born on 18 November 1880 at Buxton, DBY.1,4 
 Duncan Shipstone was the son of William Shipstone and Mary Heathcoat.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of 3 Eagle Parade, Buxton, DBY, listed Duncan Shipstone in the household of William Shipstone and Mary Heathcoat described as Duncan Shipston, son age 4mths, born Buxton, DBY.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 10 Bennett Street, Buxton, DBY, listed Duncan Shipstone in the household of William Shipstone and Mary Heathcoat described as Duncan Shipstone, son, age 10, scholar, born Buxton, DBY.5 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 10 Bennett Street, Buxton, DBY, listed Duncan Shipstone in the household of William Shipstone and Mary Heathcoat described as Duncan Shipstone, son, single age 20, coachman domestic, worker, born Buxton, DBY.6 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1910 and 30 June 1910  His marriage was registered between 1 April 1910 and 30 June 1910 at R.D. Chapel-le-Frith.7 
(Groom) Marriage*between 1 April 1910 and 30 June 1910 Duncan Shipstone married Caroline Jane Bennett between 1 April 1910 and 30 June 1910 at Christ Church, Burbage, DBY,
Year: 1910
Forenames: Duncan
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Caroline Jane
Spouse Surname: BENNETT
Place: Burbage
Description: Christ Church
County: Derbyshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 395
Register Entry: C01/02/027.7,8 
Had a Daughter13 August 1910 His daughter Dorothy May Shipstone was born on 13 August 1910 at R.D. Chapel-en-le-Frith.9,10 
(Head) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of 105 London Road, Buxton, DBY, as Duncan Shipstone, male, head, age 30, married, hydro bus driver, worker, Buxton, DBY. He was enumerated with his wife Caroline Jane Bennett, Dorothy May Shipstone, two boarders - a cook and a warehouseman. The house had 8 rooms.9 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 He was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 8 Clifton Road, Buxton, DBY, as Shipstone, Duncan, male born 18th Nov 1880, married, motor driver - heavy worker. He was enumerated with Caroline Jane Bennett Dorothy May Shipstone.4 
Death*between 1 July 1942 and 5 August 1942 Duncan Shipstone died between 1 July 1942 and 5 August 1942 at R.D. Stockport.11,12 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1942 and 30 September 1942  His death was registered between 1 July 1942 and 30 September 1942 at R.D. Stockport Ref: 8a 35, Shipstone, Duncan, age 61.11,13 
(Interred) Burial*5 August 1942 He was buried on 5 August 1942 at Plot 2938, Buxton Cemetery, Buxton, DBY, burial no. 3295, Shipstone, Duncan 05/08/1942 age 61, C of E, plot 2938.12 

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(Groom) Marriage*between 1 April 1910 and 30 June 1910 Duncan Shipstone married Caroline Jane Bennett between 1 April 1910 and 30 June 1910 at Christ Church, Burbage, DBY,
Year: 1910
Forenames: Duncan
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Caroline Jane
Spouse Surname: BENNETT
Place: Burbage
Description: Christ Church
County: Derbyshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 395
Register Entry: C01/02/027.7,8 
Child
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Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "1837online."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  4. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  5. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  6. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  7. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  8. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FindMyPast."
  9. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  10. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  11. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "1837online."
  12. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://www.highpeak.gov.uk/sites/default/files/documents/pages/Copy of Buxton Cemetery - amalgamated.xls."
  13. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GRO Online."

Edith Alice Shipstone1,2,3

F, #769, b. 16 September 1885, d. 30 October 1966
FatherWilliam Shipstone2 b. 5 Oct 1854, d. bt 1 Oct 1923 - 31 Dec 1923
MotherZillah Ann Stapleton2 b. bt 1 Apr 1864 - 30 Jun 1864, d. bt 1 Dec 1934 - 8 Dec 1934
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
Birth*16 September 1885 Edith Alice Shipstone, daughter of William Shipstone and Zillah Ann Stapleton, was born on 16 September 1885 at Kimberley, NTT.2,4,5 
 Edith Alice Shipstone was the daughter of William Shipstone and Zillah Ann Stapleton.2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1885 and 31 December 1885  Her birth was registered between 1 October 1885 and 31 December 1885 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 111 Shipstone, Edith Alice mother: Stapleton.3,6 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of Derby Road, Sandiacre, DBY, listed Edith Alice Shipstone in the household of William Shipstone and Zillah Ann Stapleton described as Edith A Shipston, daughter age 5, scholar, born Kimberley, NTT.7 
Resch Note*7 September 1891 Research Note: at Victoria Road (Later Ladycross Infant) School, Sandiacre, DBY,
National School Admissions, Victoria Road (Later Ladycross Infant) School, Sandiacre, Derbyshire, England

No. 621, 7/9/91 Shipstone, Edith A.,
Born 16/9/85 Derby Road, Transferred to girls school 17/7/93.8
 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of Derby Road, Sandiacre, DBY, listed Edith Alice Shipstone in the household of William Shipstone and Zillah Ann Stapleton described as Edith Shipstone, Daughter, single age 15, lace mender, worker, born Kimberley, NTT.2 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 27 Butt Street, Sandiacre, DBY, listed Edith Alice Shipstone in the household of William Shipstone and Zillah Ann Stapleton described as Edith Alice Shipstone, daughter age 25, single, lace curtain mender, worker, born Kimberley, NTT.9 
(Distribution) Will13 September 1927 Edith Alice Shipstone was named as Edith Alice Shipstone, 1/528 share worth $16.89 in the distribution account for the Estate of Joseph Bingham dated 13 September 1927.10 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 The 1939 UK Register of 11 North Avenue, Sandiacre, DBY, listed Edith Alice Shipstone in the household of Martha Ann Shipstone described as Shipstone, Edith A, female, born 16 Sep 85, single, lace curtain mender (was 3 of 3, corrected to 2 of 3).5 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1966 and 31 December 1966  Her death was registered between 1 October 1966 and 31 December 1966 at R.D. Ilkeston Ref: 3A 350, age 81.11,12 
Address*30 October 1966  As of 30 October 1966, Edith Alice Shipstone lived at 11 North Avenue, Sandiacre, DBY.13 
(Deceased) Death*30 October 1966 She died on 30 October 1966 at 4 Shaftesbury Avenue, Sandiacre, DBY, aged 81.14,13 
(Deceased Will) Prob Index*12 January 1967  In the Probate Index the deceased was described as Shipstone Edith Alice of 11 North Avenue Sandiacre Derbyshire died 30 October 1966 at 4 Shaftesbury Avenue Sandiacre (Administration with Will). Authority to administer the Will was granted to David Michael Shipstone, physicist on 12 January 1967 at The Probate Office, Nottingham. Estate valued at £949.13,15 

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Citations

  1. D.1885 7b 111.
  2. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO 1837 index."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  5. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  6. [S8] Index to GRO Births "www.gro.gov.uk."
  7. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
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  9. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
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  11. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths.
  12. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  13. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index.
  14. [S18] Private papers "In the Estate of Joseph Bingham, deceased."
  15. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."

Edith Mary Shipstone1,2

F, #770, b. between 1 July 1877 and 30 September 1877, d. 6 January 1951
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
Birth*between 1 July 1877 and 30 September 1877 Edith Mary Shipstone, daughter of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker, was born between 1 July 1877 and 30 September 1877 at Basford, NTT.1,3 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1877 and 30 September 1877  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1877 and 30 September 1877 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 174 Shipstone, Edith Mary mother: Barker.3,4 
 Edith Mary Shipstone was the daughter of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of 5 Regent Street, New Basford, NTT, listed Edith Mary Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker described as Edith M. Shipstone, daughter age 3, born Basford, Notts.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of Woodthorpe Lodge, Mansfield Road, Sherwood, Nottingham, NTT, listed Edith Mary Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker described as Edith M. Shipstone, daughter age 13, scholar, born Old Basford, NTT.5 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 15 Magdala Rd., Nottingham, NTT, listed Edith Mary Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker described as Edith Shipstone, daughter, single age 23, born Nottm, NTT.6 
Married Namebetween 1 January 1906 and 31 March 1906  As of between 1 January 1906 and 31 March 1906, her married name was Morley.7,8 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1906 and 31 March 1906  Her marriage was registered between 1 January 1906 and 31 March 1906 at R.D. Nottingham.8 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 January 1906 and 31 March 1906 Edith Mary Shipstone married Harold Squire Morley between 1 January 1906 and 31 March 1906 at R.D. Nottingham.7,8 
Had a Daughter5 February 1910 Her daughter Gwynedd Mary Everingham Morley was born on 5 February 1910 at Chatham, KEN.9,10 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 15 Magdala Road, Nottingham, NTT, listed Edith Mary Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker described as Edith Mary Morley, daughter, age 33, married 5 years with 1 living child, born Old Basford, NTT.9 
Death of Mother13 February 1912 Her mother Lucy Barker died on 13 February 1912 at Magdala Road, Nottingham, NTT.11,12,13,14 
Resch Notebetween 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 Research Note: at R.D. Ecclesall B.
An Aline E Morley (sic), age at death 0. Ref: 9c 508.15
 
Resch Note*between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 Research Note: at R.D. Ecclesall B.
An Aline E Morley (sic), mother's maiden name Shipstone, registered. Ref
9c 1020.3
 
(Witness) Resch Note9 September 1919 Edith Mary Shipstone was a witness On Enlistment papers in 1915 of Francis Edgar Shipstone, named as:
Sister, full blood:
Edith Mary Morley, 44 of Bellmans Cottages, Dovercourt, Essex with Francis Edgar Shipstone on 9 September 1919.16 
(Beneficiary) Will24 May 1922 Edith Mary Shipstone was named as Edith Mary Morley, daughter, a beneficiary in the Will of James Shipstone dated 24 May 1922.7 
Death of Father8 September 1922 Her father James Shipstone died on 8 September 1922 at The Elms, Cropwell Bishop, NTT.11,17 
(Mentioned) Newspaper13 November 1930 Edith Mary Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 13 November 1930. Named as Mrs. Morley, a friend and mourner at the funeral of Ronald Leslie Wing.18
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper14 November 1930 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 14 November 1930. Named as Mrs. Morley, aunt at the funeral of Ronald Leslie Peter Wing.19
 
(Beneficiary) Will13 May 1931 She was named as "my niece Edith Morley, my aquamarine brooch", a beneficiary in the Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931.20 
(Spouse of dec/admn) Prob Index18 July 1935 Edith Mary Shipstone described as Edith Mary Morley widow was named as the wife of Harold Squire Morley (deceased) and as administrator of his Estate on 18 July 1935 at The Probate Office, Nottingham, valued at £245 14s. 9s..14 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 The 1939 UK Register of Ivy House, High Street, Ampthill, BDF, listed Edith Mary Shipstone in the household of Gwynedd Mary Everingham Morley described as Morley, Edith M., female born 09 Aug 1879, widow, Private means.21 
(Mentioned) Newspaper22 November 1944 Edith Mary Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 22 November 1944. "Mrs. Morley (sister-in-law)" one of the family mourners at the funeral of the late Mr. Ronald Arthur Shipstone, her brother.22
 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1951 and 31 March 1951  Her death was registered between 1 January 1951 and 31 March 1951 at R.D. Lewes Ref: 5h, 594 as Edith M Morley, age 73.14,10 
Address*6 January 1951  As of 6 January 1951, Edith Mary Shipstone lived at 7 Mansfield Court, Mansfield Road, Nottingham, NTT.14 
Death*6 January 1951 She died on 6 January 1951 at St. George's Retreat, Burgess Hill, SSX.14 
(Deceased) Prob Index*21 April 1951  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Morley, Edith Mary of 7 Mansfield Court Mansfield Road Nottingham widow died 6 January 1951 at St. Georges Retreat Burgess Hill Sussex. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Gwynedd Mary Everingham Morley described as Gwynedd Mary Everingham King single woman and William Arthur Boot Solicitor on 21 April 1951 by The Probate Office, Nottingham. Estate valued at £36020 6s. 6d.14 
Anecdote*1969 The author (Annie Eliza Snell nee Shipstone) refers "Edith I knew very well at one time, but never knew in what sad circumstances she had lost an eye. She married an officer named Mr. Morley who was in the R.N.23

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Child of Edith Mary Shipstone and Harold Squire Morley

(Bride) Marriage*between 1 January 1906 and 31 March 1906 Edith Mary Shipstone married Harold Squire Morley between 1 January 1906 and 31 March 1906 at R.D. Nottingham.7,8 
Child
Last Edited10 Apr 2021

Citations

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  8. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage.
  9. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  10. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  11. [S2] MI "Church or "rock" cemetery, Nottingham."
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  20. [S14] Will "Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931."
  21. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  22. [S94] "Nottingham Journal, "Large gathering Funeral of R.A. Shipstone", Wednesday 22 Nov 1944, p3 of 4."
  23. [S73] A.E. (Nan) Snell Book - The Velvet Years "The author referring to her niece."

Edward Shipstone

M, #771, b. 8 November 1861, d. 13 August 1919
FatherWilliam SHIPSTONE b. 17 Dec 1823, d. 14 Jul 1886
MotherAnn BINGHAM b. 8 Apr 1826, d. 9 Aug 1896
RelationshipGreat-granduncle 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
Occupation* Edward Shipstone was a Coal Miner, boot and shoe repairer. 
Resch Note* Research Note:
Married in Basford, Sep 1885, and probably not Basford, June 1894, as these are in the GRO marriage indexes.
Sep 1885 Basford 7b 213 Married Elizabeth Boden (Mellor?).
Jun 1884 is marriage to Elizabeth REDMILE, Bulwell St. Mary
There are few Edward Shipstone's -and 1 in 1881 census.
MI Greasley (NFHS) has Edward Shipstone d 13 Aug 1919 age 57
with wife Elizabeth Boden, Leonard Boden S. & Percy S.
Shipstone L & P have memorial in church - both died France 1917.
 
Resch Note Research Note:
Estate of Joseph Bingham has the following people all receiving the same amount (1/440) in 1927:

Elizabeth Ann Upton
Harold Shipstone
Ethel Green
Florence Shipstone
Ilford Rhoda Shipstone
From this we could deduce a relationship between Ilford Rhoda born 1902 and Edward..
 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1861 and 31 December 1861  His birth was registered between 1 October 1861 and 31 December 1861 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 89 Shipstone, Edward mother: Bingham

definitely recorded in the fiche index as 5b, but in new online index correctly as 7b.1,2 
Birth*8 November 1861 Edward Shipstone, son of William SHIPSTONE and Ann BINGHAM, was born on 8 November 1861 at Eastwood, NTT.3,4,5,6 
 Edward Shipstone was the son of William SHIPSTONE and Ann BINGHAM
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Nottingham Road, Eastwood, NTT, listed Edward Shipstone in the household of William SHIPSTONE and Ann BINGHAM described as Edward Shipston son age 9, scholar, born Eastwood, NTT.4 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of Hopkins Paddock, Eastwood, NTT, listed Edward Shipstone in the household of William SHIPSTONE and Ann BINGHAM described as Edward Shipstone, son, unmarried, age 19, a coal miner born Eastwood, Notts.5 
(Groom) Marriage*between 1 July 1885 and 30 September 1885 Edward Shipstone married Elizabeth Boden Mellor between 1 July 1885 and 30 September 1885 at Primitive Methodist Chapel, Kimberley, NTT,
Year: 1885

Forenames: Edward
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Elizabeth Boden
Spouse Surname: MELLOR
Place: Kimberley
Description: Primitive Methodist Chapel
County: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 685
Register Entry: RO/32/029.7,8,9 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1885 and 30 September 1885  His marriage was registered between 1 July 1885 and 30 September 1885 at R.D. Basford.10 
Had a Daughter16 June 1886 His daughter Elizabeth Ann Shipstone was born on 16 June 1886 at Eastwood, NTT.6,2,11 
Death of Father14 July 1886 His father William SHIPSTONE died on 14 July 1886 at Papplewick, NTT.12,3 
Had a Sonbetween 1 April 1889 and 23 June 1889 His son Percy Shipstone was born between 1 April 1889 and 23 June 1889 at Eastwood, NTT.13,14,6,15 
Had a Son18 August 1890 His son Harold Shipstone was born on 18 August 1890 at Eastwood, NTT.6,14,11 
Had a Son18 August 1890 His son William Edward Shipstone was born on 18 August 1890 at R.D. Nottingham.16 
Directory1891 Edward Shipstone was named in 1891 in the Nottinghamshire Trade List, Boot & Shoe repairers section of the Kelly's Directory of Nottinghamshire as Shipstone, E., Scargill Street, Eastwood S. O. at Nottinghamshire, NTT.17,18 
(Head) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 He was head of the household in the 1891 UK Census of Scargill Street, Eastwood, NTT, as Edward Shipstone, head, married, age 29, groom, employed, born Eastwood, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Elizabeth Boden Mellor, Elizabeth Ann Shipstone, Percy Shipstone and Harold Shipstone. Possibly 48 Scargill Street, as 44 is 2 doors up.15 
Had a Daughter6 March 1893 His daughter Ethel Shipstone was born on 6 March 1893 at Eastwood, NTT.6,2,11 
Directory1894 Edward Shipstone was named in 1894 in the Nottinghamshire Trade List, Boot & Shoe Makers section of the White's History Gazeteer and Directory of Nottinghamshire as Shipstone, Edward, Eastwood N. at Nottinghamshire, NTT.17 
Resch Notebetween 1894 and 1895 Research Note: at Scargill Street, Eastwood, NTT,
Register of electors 1894-5:
D601 Shipstone, Edward, Scargill Street , dwelling house, Scargill Street.19
 
Had a Sonbetween 1 April 1896 and 18 May 1896 His son Leonard Boden Shipstone was born between 1 April 1896 and 18 May 1896 at Eastwood, NTT.13,20,6 
Death of Mother9 August 1896 His mother Ann BINGHAM died on 9 August 1896 at Rothwell, NTH.15,21 
Had a Daughter11 April 1898 His daughter Florence Shipstone was born on 11 April 1898 at Giltbrook, NTT.6,14,11 
(Head) Cen-Househ*31 March 1901 He was head of the household in the 1901 UK Census of Nottingham Rd, Giltbrook, Greasley, NTT, as Edward Shipston, head age 38, boot and shoe repairer, own account at home, born Eastwood, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Elizabeth Boden Mellor, Leonard Boden Shipstone, Harold Shipstone, Elizabeth Ann Shipstone, Florence Shipstone, Percy Shipstone and Ethel Shipstone. Next door to Giltbrook Post Office.6 
Had a Daughter28 June 1902 His daughter Ilford Rhoda Shipstone was born on 28 June 1902 at Giltbrook, NTT.22,23 
(Head) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of Gilt Brook, Nottingham, NTT, as Edward Shipstone, head, male age 49, married, banks man or collier (above ground), worker, born Eastwood, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Elizabeth Boden Mellor, Leonard Boden Shipstone, Harold Shipstone, Elizabeth Ann Shipstone, Florence Shipstone, Percy Shipstone, Ethel Shipstone and Ilford Rhoda Shipstone. The house had 6 rooms.23 
Marriage of Son22 April 1915 His son Percy Shipstone married Elizabeth Mabel Hodgkinson on 22 April 1915 at Nottingham, NTT.10,24 
Death of Son18 May 1917 His son Leonard Boden Shipstone died on 18 May 1917 at France.25,26,27 
Death of Son23 June 1917 His son Percy Shipstone died on 23 June 1917 at 20 General Hospital, Camieres, Pas-De-Calais, France.28,26,29 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1919 and 30 September 1919  His death was registered between 1 July 1919 and 30 September 1919 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b 129, Shipstone, Edward age 57.30,1 
Death*13 August 1919 Edward Shipstone died on 13 August 1919 at Greasley, NTT.31 
(Interred) Burial*25 August 1919 He was buried on 25 August 1919 at St. Mary's Churchyard, New Section, Greasley, NTT, Edward Shipstone, Giltbrook, age 57 years

"In
Loving memory of
Edward Shipstone
Died Aug 13th 1919
Aged 57 years

Elizabeth Boden Shipstone
His beloved wife
Died Jan 23rd 1934
Aged 75 years

Also their beloved sons

Leonard Boden Shipstone
Died of wounds in France
May 18th 1917
Aged 21 years

Percy Shipstone
Died of wounds in France
June 23rd 1917
Aged 28 years"

"Christ for all, all for Christ."32,33 

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Known Children of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor

(Groom) Marriage*between 1 July 1885 and 30 September 1885 Edward Shipstone married Elizabeth Boden Mellor between 1 July 1885 and 30 September 1885 at Primitive Methodist Chapel, Kimberley, NTT,
Year: 1885

Forenames: Edward
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Elizabeth Boden
Spouse Surname: MELLOR
Place: Kimberley
Description: Primitive Methodist Chapel
County: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 685
Register Entry: RO/32/029.7,8,9 
Children
Last Edited11 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GRO Online."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
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  4. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  5. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  6. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  7. [S2] MI "Greasley St. Mary, Notts."
  8. [S12] Marriage cert., FreeBMD matches Elizabeth Boden Mellor with Edward Shipstone.
  9. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Findmypast."
  10. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage.
  11. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  12. [S2] MI.
  13. [S2] MI "Greasley St. Mary, NTT - In churchyard and also roll-of-honour inside the church."
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  25. [S2] MI "Greasley St. Mary, Notts
    also roll-of-honour in the church."
  26. [S2] MI "Etaples Military Cemetery."
  27. [S66] Website CWGC (www.cwgc.org) "Service number 1723."
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  29. [S66] Website CWGC (www.cwgc.org) "Service number 50870."
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    also Roll of Honour in the church."
  35. [S52] Private papers.

Elizabeth Shipston

F, #743, b. 30 June 1788
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
Note* "Registered 24 Sep 1778." 
Birth*30 June 1788 Elizabeth Shipston, daughter of James SHIPSTON and Sarah DUNN, was born on 30 June 1788 at Darley Dale, DBY.1 
 Elizabeth Shipston was the daughter of James SHIPSTON and Sarah DUNN
(Child) Baptism20 July 1788 Elizabeth Shipston was baptised on 20 July 1788 at Darley Dale, DBY, Elizabeth d. James & Sarah SHIPSTON, born 30 JUN 1788, registered 24 SEP 1788.1 

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Last Edited17 Aug 2011

Citations

  1. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Darley Dale, DBY."

Elizabeth Shipstone

F, #772, b. between 1 July 1855 and 30 September 1855, d. 27 July 1925
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
Birth*between 1 July 1855 and 30 September 1855 Elizabeth Shipstone, daughter of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson, was born between 1 July 1855 and 30 September 1855 at Basford, NTT.1,2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1855 and 30 September 1855  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1855 and 30 September 1855 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 117 Shipstone, Elizabeth mother: Dodson.3,2 
 Elizabeth Shipstone was the daughter of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ7 April 1861 The 1861 UK Census of Horse & Groom, New Basford, NTT, listed Elizabeth Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson described as Elizabeth Shipstone, daughter, age 5, born Basford, Notts.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Radford Road, New Basford, NTT, listed Elizabeth Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson described as Elizabeth Shipston, daughter, unmarried age 15, scholar, born New Basford, NTT.4 
(Witness) Marriage16 September 1874 Elizabeth Shipstone 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).5,6,7,8,9 
Married Namebetween 1 July 1878 and 30 September 1878  As of between 1 July 1878 and 30 September 1878, her married name was Vinter.5 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1878 and 30 September 1878  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1878 and 30 September 1878 at R.D. Basford.10 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 July 1878 and 30 September 1878 Elizabeth Shipstone married Arthur Vinter between 1 July 1878 and 30 September 1878 at United Methodist Free Chapel, New Basford, NTT,
Year: 1878
Forenames: Elizabeth
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Arthur
Spouse Surname: VINTER
Place: New Basford
Description: United Methodist Free Chapel
County: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 685
Register Entry: RO/18/079.5,11 
Had a Daughter9 May 1879 Her daughter Frances Annie Vinter was born on 9 May 1879 at Cambridge, CAM.12,13,14 
Had a Son12 June 1880 Her son Reginald Arthur Vinter was born on 12 June 1880 at Cambridge, CAM.12,13,14 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*3 April 1881 She was wife of the head of household in the 1881 UK Census of 5 Pemberton Terrace, St. Andrew the Less, Cambridge, CAM, as Elizabeth Vinter, age 25 born New Baston, near Nottingham. She was enumerated with her husband Arthur Vinter, Frances Annie Vinter and Reginald Arthur Vinter, Rhoda Harding & Theresa Langford, age 18 & 17, servants. Elizabeth's place of birth as "New Baston" is incorrect, and should be New Basford.12 
Had a Daughter21 December 1882 Her daughter Helen Shipstone Vinter was born on 21 December 1882 at Cambridge, CAM.15,14 
Had a Sonbetween 31 March 1888 and 30 March 1889 Her son Charles Edward Vinter was born between 31 March 1888 and 30 March 1889 at Apperley Bridge, Rawdon, YKS.16 
(Wife) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 She was wife of the head of household in the 1891 UK Census of Woodhouse Grove Public School, Rawdon, YKS, as Elizabeth Vinter, wife, married, age 35, born Nottingham NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Arthur Vinter, Frances Annie Vinter, Reginald Arthur Vinter, Helen Shipstone Vinter and Charles Edward Vinter, includes 5 domestic servants, and a number of dormitory and other maids associated with the school..15 
Had a Sonbetween 1 April 1894 and 30 June 1894 Her son Norman Odell Vinter was born between 1 April 1894 and 30 June 1894 at Scarborough, YKS.16,13 
(Beneficiary) Will9 May 1895 Elizabeth Shipstone was named as Elizabeth Vinter, daughter a beneficiary in the Will of James Shipstone dated 9 May 1895.17 
Death of Father21 October 1897 Her father James Shipstone died on 21 October 1897 at Harby Lodge, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham, NTT.18,19 
(Witness) Burial26 October 1897 Elizabeth Shipstone witnessed the burial of James Shipstone on 26 October 1897 at Church (Rock) Cemetery, Nottingham, NTT.20 
(Mentioned) Newspaper30 March 1901 Elizabeth Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 30 March 1901. Mrs Vinter, a principal mourner at the burial of her sister, the late Mrs. Jane Fowler.21
 
(Wife) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 She was wife of the head of household in the 1901 UK Census of Woodhouse Grove School, Rawdon, YKS, as Elizabeth Vinter, wife, married, age 45, born Nottingham, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Arthur Vinter, Charles Edward Vinter, Norman Odell Vinter and Reginald Arthur Vinter, about 100 boys + teachers and staff.16 
(Beneficiary) Will13 June 1907 Elizabeth Shipstone was named as Elizabeth Vinter, daughter a beneficiary in the Will of Frances Elizabeth Dodson dated 13 June 1907.22 
Death of Mother12 December 1908 Her mother Frances Elizabeth Dodson died on 12 December 1908 at Harby Lodge, Pelham Road, Sherwood Rise, NTT.23 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of Greenroyd, Apperley Bridge, YKS, as Elizabeth Vinter, wife, age 55, married 32 years, 5 children all alive, born Nottingham NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Arthur Vinter, Helen Shipstone Vinter and Charles Edward Vinter, Annie Winter, Rebecca Marton & Nellie Cornwall, Housemaid, cook & underhousemaid. The house had 12 rooms.24 
Marriage of Daughter24 December 1912 Her daughter Helen Shipstone Vinter married Salomon Selka on 24 December 1912 at Belgrave Street Synagogue, Leeds, YKS.25,10,26,27 
(Mentioned) Newspaper9 August 1913 Elizabeth Vinter was mentioned in a newspaper article on 9 August 1913. Dr. and Mrs.Vinter (Bradford) invitees and attendees at the marriage of Mr. James Shipstone to Mary Hancorne Nickolls in Grantham.28
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper11 March 1914 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 11 March 1914. As Mrs. Vinter, a chief mourner, at the funeral of Enoch Shipstone.29
 
Death of Spouse2 February 1915 Her husband Arthur Vinter died on 2 February 1915 at Greenroyd, Apperley Bridge, YKS.30,31,19 
(Spouse of dec/admn) Prob Index19 May 1915 Elizabeth Vinter described as Elizabeth Vinter, widow was named as the wife of Arthur Vinter (deceased) and as administrator of his Estate on 19 May 1915 at The Probate Office, London, valued at £8397 3s. 10d..32,19 
(Mentioned) Newspaper28 May 1915 Elizabeth Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 28 May 1915. Named as one of the executors of the Estate of Arthur Vinter "Mrs. Elizabeth Vinter, the widow, and Reginald Arthur Vinter and Charles Edward Vinter the sons.
The testator left £25 each to the executors, and the rest to his wife for widowhood, and then equally to his children.33
"
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper11 May 1917 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 11 May 1917. "Mrs. Vinter", a chief mourner at the funeral of Captain James Henry Nightingale Cattle (her nephew).34
 
(Subject) Newspaper*24 April 1920  She was the subject of a newspaper article on 24 April 1920.

The General Infirmary at Leeds

The Treasurer acknowledges with thanks the receipt of the following sums, viz:

Elizabeth Vinter, Greenyoyd, Apperley Bridge ... £5 0s. 0d.35
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper1 August 1922 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 1 August 1922. On the marriage of their son, Norman Odell Vinter, as "the late Dr. Arthur Vinter and Mrs. Vinter, Greenroyd, Apperley Bridge, Bradford."36
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper2 August 1922 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 2 August 1922. On the marriage of their son, Norman Odell Vinter, as "the late Dr. Arthur Vinter and Mrs. Vinter, Greenroyd, Apperley Bridge, Bradford."37
 
Death of Son13 July 1923 Her son Norman Odell Vinter died on 13 July 1923 at Mawcroft Cottage, Nether Yeadon, YKS.30,19,32 
(Mentioned) Newspaper17 July 1923 Elizabeth Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 17 July 1923. On the death of their son, Norman Odell Vinter, as "the late Dr. Arthur Vinter and Mrs. Vinter, Greenroyd, Apperley Bridge".38
 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1925 and 30 September 1925  Her death was registered between 1 July 1925 and 30 September 1925 at R.D. Wharfedale Ref: 9a 143, age 69.39 
Death*27 July 1925 She died on 27 July 1925 at Greenroyd, Apperby Bridge, YKS.39,19 
(Interred) Burial*after 27 July 1925 She was buried after 27 July 1925 at Woodhouse Grove School Methodist Chapel, Rawdon, YKS, "Elizabeth, wife of Arthur Vinter, M.A. LLD. Died July 27th 1925"

Also recorded on the monument were:
"Arthur Vinter, M.A. LLD. Born 30th January 1851, Died 2nd February 1915.
Head Master of Woodhouse Grove School from September 1883 to July 1914"
"Reginald Arthur, their son and husband of Frances Mary Shipstone Vinter Died May 7th 1956"
"Frances Mary Shipstone Vinter Died January 3rd 1950" (niece of Elizabeth, as well as daughter-in-law).40 
(Mentioned) Newspaper3 October 1925 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 3 October 1925. Named as "the late Dr. and Mrs. A. Vinter" at the marriage of their son Charles Edward Vinter to Elsie Marguarite Whitehead.41
 
(Deceased) Prob Index*20 October 1925  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Vinter, Elizabeth, of Greenroyd, Apperby Bridge, Yorkshire. Died 27th July 1925. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Reginald Arthur Vinter, Frederic Cattle and Conrad Sharp Gurteen described as Reginald Arthur Vinter, gentleman, Frederic Cattle, solicitor and Conrad Sharp Gurteen, clothing manufacturer on 20 October 1925 by The Probate Office, London. Estate valued at £36555 18s. 11d..19 
(Mentioned) Newspaper14 February 1929 Elizabeth Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 14 February 1929. Named as "Dr. and Mrs. Vinter" parents of their second son Charles Edward Vinter, on his funeral notice.42
 
Anecdote*1969 A.E. Snell referring to her aunt "Auntie Lizzie Vinter — very beautiful, who had married a Cambridge Don (Arthur Vinter). This latter owned a large college for boys at Woodhouse Eves, in Yorkshire. They had three sons and two daughters, all exceptionally good looking. Uncle Arthur was a very tall, fine looking man. His children were Reginald, Edward, Norman, Margaret and Helen. A large dance was held in the college to celebrate one of my cousins twenty-first birthday, to which my sister Mable and I were invited, and I recall sleeping in one of the College dormitories. We had great fun, and the "eats" were beyond compare — it is wonderful how tremendously capable one is of enjoyment when young!"43 
Nickname1969  As of 1969, Elizabeth Shipstone also went by the name of Lizzie.44 

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(Bride) Marriage*between 1 July 1878 and 30 September 1878 Elizabeth Shipstone married Arthur Vinter between 1 July 1878 and 30 September 1878 at United Methodist Free Chapel, New Basford, NTT,
Year: 1878
Forenames: Elizabeth
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Arthur
Spouse Surname: VINTER
Place: New Basford
Description: United Methodist Free Chapel
County: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 685
Register Entry: RO/18/079.5,11 
Children
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Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1861, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  4. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  5. [S14] Will "James Shipstone, probate 21 Jan 1898."
  6. [S15] Website FreeBMD (freebmd.org) "FreeBMD match to John Shipstone = Beauchamp."
  7. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage.
  8. [S40] Nottingham Guardian Journal, "25 Sep 1874."
  9. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "St. Mary Islington, MDX."
  10. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  11. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Findmypast."
  12. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  13. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  14. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  15. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  16. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  17. [S14] Will "James Shipstone, written 9 May 1895."
  18. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index.
  19. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  20. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Article: "Funeral of the Late Mr. James Shipstone.""
  21. [S40] Nottingham Guardian Journal, "Nottingham Journal 30 March 1901 p8 of 8, "Funeral of Mrs. Fowler.""
  22. [S14] Will "Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, written 13 June 1907."
  23. [S64] Index to Nottingham Church Rock Cemetery Burials "Grave 4487 "D" Select Site."
  24. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  25. [S3] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Helen Shipston Selka and Solomon Selka have a son david born Bradford in 1927.
  26. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://bradfordjewish.org.uk/solomon-selka-1880-1936/."
  27. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://www.british-jewry.org.uk/leedsjewry/getperson.php?personID=I17283&tree=1."
  28. [S94] "Grantham Journal Saturday 9th August 1913, p8."
  29. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Late Mr. E Shipstone; 11 Mar 1914."
  30. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  31. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Ancestry - Cambridge University Alumni."
  32. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Ancestry Family Tree Pilkington-Holme mikepilkington183."
  33. [S94] "Shipley Times and Express, Friday 28 May 1915,Estate of the Late Mr. A. Vinter p3 of 8."
  34. [S94] "Sheffield Daily Telegraph - "Heanor Memorial Service";Friday 11 May 1917, p3 of 8."
  35. [S94] "Leeds Mercury, Saturday 24 Apr 1920, General Infirmary at Leeds p6 of 16."
  36. [S94] "Yorkshire Post Tuesday 01 August 1922, Marriages p6 of 14."
  37. [S94] "Yorkshire Post Wednesday 02 August 1922, Marriages p6 of 14."
  38. [S94] "Yorkshire Post Tuesday 17 Jul 1923, Deaths p6 of 14."
  39. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths.
  40. [S2] MI "Gravestone of Arthur Vinter and family, Woodhouse Grove School Church, Rawdon, YKS."
  41. [S94] "Yorkshire Post Saturday 03 Oct 1925, Marriages p8 of 18."
  42. [S94] "Leeds Mercury Thursday 14 Feb 1929, Deaths p4 of 10."
  43. [S73] A.E. (Nan) Snell Book - The Velvet Years "P24."
  44. [S73] A.E. (Nan) Snell Book - The Velvet Years "The author referring to her cousin."

Elizabeth Shipstone1

F, #773, b. between 4 April 1869 and 3 April 1870, d. between 1 July 1890 and 30 September 1890
FatherJoseph Shipston1 b. bt 4 Apr 1825 - 31 Mar 1826, d. 12 Apr 1907
MotherMary Wass1 b. bt 4 Apr 1822 - 3 Apr 1823, d. 5 Feb 1907
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
Birth*between 4 April 1869 and 3 April 1870 Elizabeth Shipstone, daughter of Joseph Shipston and Mary Wass, was born between 4 April 1869 and 3 April 1870 at Whitwell, DBY.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1870 and 30 June 1870  Her birth was registered between 1 April 1870 and 30 June 1870 at R.D. Worksop Ref: 7b, 43 Shipstone, Elizabeth mother: Wass.2,3 
 Elizabeth Shipstone was the daughter of Joseph Shipston and Mary Wass.1 
(Child) Baptism8 May 1870 Elizabeth Shipstone was baptised on 8 May 1870 at Whitwell, DBY, Elizabeth, of Joseph & Mary Shipston, Belph Whitwell, Labourer.4,5 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Belph Moor, Whitwell, DBY, listed Elizabeth Shipstone in the household of Joseph Shipston and Mary Wass described as Elizabeth Shipstone, daughter, age 1, born Whitwell, DBY.6 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of Sloswick Lodge, Worksop, East Retford, NTT, listed Elizabeth Shipstone in the household of Joseph Shipston and Mary Wass described as Elizabeth Shipstone, daughter, age 11 scholar, born Whitwell, Derbys.1 
Death*between 1 July 1890 and 30 September 1890 Elizabeth Shipstone died between 1 July 1890 and 30 September 1890 at R.D. Worksop.7,8 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1890 and 30 September 1890  Her death was registered between 1 July 1890 and 30 September 1890 at R.D. Worksop Ref: 7b 15, as Shipstone, Elizabeth, age 20.
Chose this Elizabeth, as there is no likely marriage, and no census.7 

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Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  4. [S3] International Genealogical Index (IGI), www.familysearch.com.
  5. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Whitwell, DBY."
  6. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  7. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "1837 online or personal transcripts of GRO index."
  8. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GRO Online."

Elizabeth Shipstone1

F, #1831, b. between 1 July 1902 and 30 September 1902
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 1902 and 30 September 1902  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1902 and 30 September 1902 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9c, 702 Shipstone, Elizabeth mother: Askwith
Note that her father died very shortly afterwards.2,3 
Birth*between 1 July 1902 and 30 September 1902 Elizabeth Shipstone, daughter of Ben Shipstone and Elizabeth Askwith, was born between 1 July 1902 and 30 September 1902 at Attercliffe, YKS.1 
 Elizabeth Shipstone was the daughter of Ben Shipstone and Elizabeth Askwith.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 418 Coleridge Rd, Attercliffe, Sheffield, YKS, listed Elizabeth Shipstone in the household of Joseph William Shipston and Elizabeth Askwith described as Elizabeth Shipstone, daughter, female age 8, single, school, born Attercliffe YKS.1 

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Last Edited20 Apr 2021

Citations

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

Elizabeth Ann Shipstone1,2

F, #774, b. 29 January 1875
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 January 1875 and 31 March 1875  Her birth was registered between 1 January 1875 and 31 March 1875 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 125 Shipston, Elizabeth Ann mother: Moore.2,3 
Birth*29 January 1875 Elizabeth Ann Shipstone, daughter of John Shipstone and Rebecca Moore, was born on 29 January 1875 at High Park, Nottingham, NTT.4,2,5 
 Elizabeth 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 Elizabeth Ann Shipstone in the household of John Shipstone and Rebecca Moore described as Elizabeth A. Shipstone, daughter age 6, born High Park, Nottingham, NTT.4 
Baptism14 July 1882 Elizabeth Ann Shipstone was baptised on 14 July 1882 at St Mary Magdalene church, Sutton-in-Ashfield, NTT.6 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of Chapel Lane, Arnold, NTT, listed Elizabeth Ann Shipstone in the household of John Shipstone and Rebecca Moore described as Elizabeth Shipstone, daughter age 16, hosiery turner off, employed, born Moor Green, NTT.7 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of Frederick Terr., Arnold, NTT, listed Elizabeth Ann Shipstone in the household of John Shipstone and Rebecca Moore described as Elizth. Ann Shipstone, daughter, single, age 26, hosiery turner-off, worker, born Greasley, NTT.8 
Married Namebetween 1 April 1901 and 30 June 1901  As of between 1 April 1901 and 30 June 1901, her married name was Jones.9 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 April 1901 and 30 June 1901 Elizabeth Ann Shipstone married William Henry Jones between 1 April 1901 and 30 June 1901 at R.D. Basford.9 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1901 and 30 June 1901  Her marriage was registered between 1 April 1901 and 30 June 1901 at R.D. Basford.9 
Had a Son13 November 1901 Her son Sydney William Jones was born on 13 November 1901 at R.D. Basford.10,5 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of Church Drive, Daybrook, NTT, as Elizabeth Ann Jones, wife, age 36, married 9 years, 1 child, living, born Greasley, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband William Henry Jones, Sydney William Jones. The house had 6 rooms.10 
(Distribution) Will13 September 1927 Elizabeth Ann Shipstone was named as Elizabeth Ann Jones, 1/616 share worth $14.48 in the distribution account for the Estate of Joseph Bingham dated 13 September 1927.1 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 75 Church drive, Arnold, NTT, as Jones, Elizabeth A., female, born 29.1 1875, widow, unpaid house duties. She was enumerated with Sydney William Jones.5 

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(Bride) Marriage*between 1 April 1901 and 30 June 1901 Elizabeth Ann Shipstone married William Henry Jones between 1 April 1901 and 30 June 1901 at R.D. Basford.9 
Child
Last Edited11 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S52] Private papers.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  4. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  5. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  6. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Notts Baptisms."
  7. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  8. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  9. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage.
  10. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.

Elizabeth Ann Shipstone1,2

F, #775, b. 16 June 1886, d. 6 September 1951
FatherEdward Shipstone1 b. 8 Nov 1861, d. 13 Aug 1919
MotherElizabeth Boden Mellor1 b. bt 1 Oct 1858 - 31 Dec 1858, d. 23 Jan 1934
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
Birth*16 June 1886 Elizabeth Ann Shipstone, daughter of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor, was born on 16 June 1886 at Eastwood, NTT.1,3,4 
 Elizabeth Ann Shipstone was the daughter of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1886 and 30 September 1886  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1886 and 30 September 1886 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 111 Shipstone, Elizabeth Ann mother: Mellor.3,5 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of Scargill Street, Eastwood, NTT, listed Elizabeth Ann Shipstone in the household of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor described as Elizabeth A Shipstone, daughter, single age 5, born Eastwood, NTT.6 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of Nottingham Rd, Giltbrook, Greasley, NTT, listed Elizabeth Ann Shipstone in the household of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor described as Elizabeth A. Shipston, daughter, single, age 14 born Eastwood, NTT.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of Gilt Brook, Nottingham, NTT, listed Elizabeth Ann Shipstone in the household of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor described as Elizabeth Ann Shipstone, daughter, female, age 24, single, dressmaker, own account, at home, born Eastwood, NTT.7 
Married Namebetween 1 July 1914 and 30 September 1914  As of between 1 July 1914 and 30 September 1914, her married name was Upton.8 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 July 1914 and 30 September 1914 Elizabeth Ann Shipstone married Henry Upton between 1 July 1914 and 30 September 1914 at R.D. Basford.8 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1914 and 30 September 1914  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1914 and 30 September 1914 at R.D. Basford.8 
Had a Sonbetween 1 July 1915 and 30 September 1915 Her son Frank Upton was born between 1 July 1915 and 30 September 1915 at R.D. Basford.3 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 July 1915 and 30 September 1915 Her daughter Ivy Upton was born between 1 July 1915 and 30 September 1915 at R.D. Basford.3 
Death of Son14 July 1915 Her son Frank Upton died on 14 July 1915 at Greasley, NTT.9 
Death of Daughter15 July 1915 Her daughter Ivy Upton died on 15 July 1915 at Greasley, NTT.9 
Death of Father13 August 1919 Her father Edward Shipstone died on 13 August 1919 at Greasley, NTT.10 
Had a Daughter13 October 1920 Her daughter Cora May Upton was born on 13 October 1920 at R.D. Basford.3,11 
(Distribution) Will13 September 1927 Elizabeth Ann Shipstone was named as Elizabeth Ann Upton, 1/440 share worth $20.27 in the distribution account for the Estate of Joseph Bingham dated 13 September 1927.2 
Death of Mother23 January 1934 Her mother Elizabeth Boden Mellor died on 23 January 1934.12 
(Present-Second) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed next to the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 51 Nottingham Road, Eastwood, NTT, as Upton, Elizabeth A., female, born 16 Jun 86, married, Drapery manageress. She was enumerated with Henry Upton Cora May Upton, Kathleen Holmes (later Shepherd 13.2.55) bn 8 Jan 16, domestic servant..4 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1951 and 30 September 1951  Her death was registered between 1 July 1951 and 30 September 1951 at R.D. Basford Ref: 3c, 58, age 65 as Elizabeth A. Upton.13 
(Deceased) Death*6 September 1951 Elizabeth Ann Shipstone died on 6 September 1951 at 51 Nottingham Road, Eastwood, NTT, age 65.13,14 
(Deceased) Prob Index*26 November 1951  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Upton, Elizabeth Ann of 51 Nottingham Road, Eastwood, Nottinghamshire (wife of Henry Upton) died 6 September 1951. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Henry Upton described as described as the said Henry Upton, insurance agent on 26 November 1951 by The Probate Office, Nottingham. Estate valued at £4502 12s. 3d..14 

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(Bride) Marriage*between 1 July 1914 and 30 September 1914 Elizabeth Ann Shipstone married Henry Upton between 1 July 1914 and 30 September 1914 at R.D. Basford.8 
Children
Last Edited11 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  2. [S52] Private papers.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  4. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  5. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  6. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  7. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  8. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage.
  9. [S31] Parochial Records, Burials "Greasley, NTT."
  10. [S2] MI "NFHS MI Fiche Greasley St. Mary."
  11. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Ancestry Trees
    http://trees.ancestry.co.uk/tree/10827177/person/-5996454."
  12. [S2] MI "Greasley St. Mary, Notts."
  13. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  14. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."

Elizabeth Anne Shipstone1

F, #3423, b. 17 July 1860, d. 28 June 1924
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Resch Note Research Note:
This is an "annoying" Leivers - Shipstone connection.

Why annoying?

This Leivers are not in fact "my" Leivers (Joshua's grandmother was a Clifton - he is descended from my Clifton line)

The Shipstone are not in fact "my" Shipstones (though Ancestry "Shipstone Family" does claim that, it is nonsense. As I have fully research the Shipstone name, I know Elizabath Anne's line very well and it does not start in Darley Dale). This connection to that line may give me tthe excuse for putting them in my tree (as I have done the work), but they would only be "Linked".

So yes - it's both annoying and intriguing. A Shipstone-Leivers liaison which has no connection to my ancestral families of the same name.
 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1860 and 30 September 1860  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1860 and 30 September 1860 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 128 Shipston, Elizabeth Ann mother: Tarry.2 
Birth*17 July 1860 Elizabeth Anne Shipstone was born on 17 July 1860 at Bulwell, NTT.1 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1878 and 30 June 1878  Her marriage was registered between 1 April 1878 and 30 June 1878 at R.D. Basford.3 
Resch Note*between 1 April 1878 and 30 June 1878 Research Note: at R.D. Basford
Ref: 7b, 158
Leivers, George = Shipstone Elizabeth Ann

Elizabeth Anne Shipstone bap 17 Jul 1860 of George & Melicent Shipston (Bulwell).3
 
Married Name19 April 1878  As of 19 April 1878, her married name was Leivers.1 
(Bride) Marriage*19 April 1878 She married George Leivers, son of Joshua Leivers and Selina Smith, on 19 April 1878 at St Mary the Virgin and All Souls, Bulwell, NTT,
Leivers, George
=
Shipstone, Elizabeth Ann

How do I know it is this George? I don't - would need to see parish registers (as there were 5 George Leivers born Basford around right time).1,4 
Had a Sonbetween 1 October 1878 and 31 December 1878 Her son Joseph Leivers was born between 1 October 1878 and 31 December 1878 at Bulwell, NTT.5,2 
Had a Sonbetween 1 April 1881 and 30 June 1881 Her son Thomas Leivers was born between 1 April 1881 and 30 June 1881 at Bulwell, NTT.2,5 
(Wife) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 She was wife of the head of household in the 1881 UK Census of 36 China Street, Bulwell, NTT, as Elizabeth Leivers, wife married, age 21, born Bulwell, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband George Leivers, Joseph Leivers and Thomas Leivers. Next door to Joseph Leivers age 50 born Radford, NTT - actually, Joshua Leivers, George's father.5 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 July 1882 and 30 September 1882 Her daughter Hetty Leivers was born between 1 July 1882 and 30 September 1882 at Bulwell, NTT.1 
Had a Sonbetween 1884 and 1885 Her son Ernest Leivers was born between 1884 and 1885 at Bulwell, NTT.1 
Had a Sonbetween 1890 and 1891 Her son George Leivers was born between 1890 and 1891 at Bulwell, NTT.1 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*5 April 1891 She was wife of the head of household in the 1891 UK Census of 3 West End Cottage, Quarry Road, Bulwell, NTT, as Elizabeth Leivers, wife married, age 33, born Bulwell, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband George Leivers, Thomas Leivers, Hetty Leivers, Ernest Leivers and George Leivers.1 
(Wife) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 She was wife of the head of household in the 1901 UK Census of 138+140 High Street, Hanley, STS, as Elizabeth Leivers, wife married, age 24, born Bulwell, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband George Leivers, Thomas Leivers, Hetty Leivers, Ernest Leivers and George Leivers.6 
(Head) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 She was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of 138+140 High Street + 2 Greville Street, Hanley, Stoke-in-Trent, STS, as Elizabeth Ann Leivers, head, age 53, widow, beer house keeper, at home, born Bulwell, NTT. She was enumerated with Hetty Leivers, George Leivers, Ernest Leivers and Frances Glover, Annice Milton, servant, age 16, single, general servant, born Hanley, STS. The house had 6 rooms.7 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 April 1924 and 30 June 1924  Her death was registered between 1 April 1924 and 30 June 1924 at R.D. Stoke T. Ref: 6b, 181 Leivers, Elizabeth A, age 65.8 
Death*28 June 1924 Elizabeth Anne Shipstone died on 28 June 1924 at R.D. Stoke T.8,9 
(Deceased) Prob Index*12 March 1932  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Leivers, Elizabeth Ann of Just in Time, 43 Parliament Row, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent widow. Died 28 June 1924.. Authority to administer the Estate was granted George Henry Leivers, beer retailer on 12 March 1932 by The Probate Office, Shrewsbury, SAL. Estate valued at Effect £286 15s..9 

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(Bride) Marriage*19 April 1878 Elizabeth Anne Shipstone married George Leivers, son of Joshua Leivers and Selina Smith, on 19 April 1878 at St Mary the Virgin and All Souls, Bulwell, NTT,
Leivers, George
=
Shipstone, Elizabeth Ann

How do I know it is this George? I don't - would need to see parish registers (as there were 5 George Leivers born Basford around right time).1,4 
Children
Last Edited5 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  4. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "FindMyPast - Nottinghamshire Marriages."
  5. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  6. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  7. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  8. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  9. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."

Ellen Shipston

F, #744, b. 17 November 1789
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
Note* Privately Baptised. 
Birth*17 November 1789 Ellen Shipston, daughter of James SHIPSTON and Sarah DUNN, was born on 17 November 1789 at Darley Dale, DBY.1 
(Child) Baptism18 November 1789 Ellen Shipston was baptised on 18 November 1789 at Darley Dale, DBY, Ellen d. James & Sarah SHIPSTONE, born 17 NOV 1789, Christened privately.1 
 She was the daughter of James SHIPSTON and Sarah DUNN
Resch Note*between 10 November 1816 and 24 November 1816 Research Note: at Rowsley, Bakewell, DBY,
Very speculative marriage in Bakewell.

William Lee = Ellen Shipstone both of Rowsley in this parish. Banns 10/17/24 Nov 1815.2
 

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Citations

  1. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Darley Dale, DBY."
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Ellen Rebecca Shipstone1,2

F, #776, b. 9 February 1890, d. between 1 April 1981 and 30 June 1981
FatherWilliam Shipstone1 b. 5 Oct 1854, d. bt 1 Oct 1923 - 31 Dec 1923
MotherZillah Ann Stapleton1 b. bt 1 Apr 1864 - 30 Jun 1864, d. bt 1 Dec 1934 - 8 Dec 1934
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
Name Variation  Ellen Rebecca Shipstone was also known as Nellie.3 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1890 and 31 March 1890  Her birth was registered between 1 January 1890 and 31 March 1890 at R.D. Shardlow Ref: 7b, 487 Shipstone, Ellen Rebecca mother: Stapleton.2,4 
Birth*9 February 1890 Ellen Rebecca Shipstone, daughter of William Shipstone and Zillah Ann Stapleton, was born on 9 February 1890 at Sandiacre, DBY.1,5,6,7 
 Ellen Rebecca Shipstone was the daughter of William Shipstone and Zillah Ann Stapleton.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of Derby Road, Sandiacre, DBY, listed Ellen Rebecca Shipstone in the household of William Shipstone and Zillah Ann Stapleton described as Ellen R Shipston, daughter age 1, scholar, born Sandiacre, DBY.8 
Resch Note*23 April 1894 Research Note: at Victoria Road (Later Ladycross Infant) School, Sandiacre, DBY,
National School Admissions, Victoria Road (Later Ladycross Infant) School, Sandiacre, Derbyshire, England

No. 873,
Admitted 23/4/94
Shipstone, Nellie
Born 9/2/90 Derby Road
Transferred 6/7/96.3
 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of Derby Road, Sandiacre, DBY, listed Ellen Rebecca Shipstone in the household of William Shipstone and Zillah Ann Stapleton described as Ellen Shipstone, Daughter age 11, born Sandiacre, DBY.1 
(Child) Baptism25 February 1906 Ellen Rebecca Shipstone was baptised on 25 February 1906 at Risley, DBY, Ellen Rebecca, of William & Zilla Shipstone, Lacemaker, Sandiacre (15 years).9,10 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 27 Butt Street, Sandiacre, DBY, listed Ellen Rebecca Shipstone in the household of William Shipstone and Zillah Ann Stapleton described as Ellen Rebecca Shipstone, daughter age 21, single, cotton winder, lace factory, worker, born Sandiacre, DBY.11 
(Witness) MC24 December 1921 Ellen Rebecca Shipstone as Nellie Rebecca Shipstone witnessed the marriage of Samuel Henry Davies and Maggie Stapleton Shipstone at St. Giles' Church, Sandiacre, DBY, on 24 December 1921.12 
(Distribution) Will13 September 1927 Ellen Rebecca Shipstone was named as Ellen Rebecca Shipstone, 1/528 share worth $16.89 in the distribution account for the Estate of Joseph Bingham dated 13 September 1927.13 
Anecdote*13 September 1927 Was alive on 13 September 1927.14 
Married Namebetween 1 July 1928 and 30 September 1928  As of between 1 July 1928 and 30 September 1928, her married name was Bestwick.15,16 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1928 and 30 September 1928  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1928 and 30 September 1928 at R.D. Shardlow.16 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 July 1928 and 30 September 1928 Ellen Rebecca Shipstone married George Henry Bestwick between 1 July 1928 and 30 September 1928 at Register Office, Long Eaton, DBY,
Ellen Shipstone
= George Henry Bestwick.15,16,17 
(Present-Second) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed next to the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 21 College Street, Long Eaton, DBY, as Bestwick, Ellen R., female, born 9 Feb 90, married, unpaid domestic duties. She was enumerated with George Henry Bestwick, a record which is officially closed - presumably a child of either or both of them..7 
(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. Ashbourne Ref: 7, 0005 as Bestwick, Ellen Rebecca, born 9 Feb 1890.6 
Death*between 1 April 1981 and 30 June 1981 Ellen Rebecca Shipstone died between 1 April 1981 and 30 June 1981 at R.D. Ashbourne.6 

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Family of Ellen Rebecca Shipstone and George Henry Bestwick

(Bride) Marriage*between 1 July 1928 and 30 September 1928 Ellen Rebecca Shipstone married George Henry Bestwick between 1 July 1928 and 30 September 1928 at Register Office, Long Eaton, DBY,
Ellen Shipstone
= George Henry Bestwick.15,16,17 
Last Edited11 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO 1837 index."
  3. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast - National School Admission Registers & Log-Books 1870-1914."
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  7. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  8. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
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  10. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Risley, DBY."
  11. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  12. [S63] Information supplied by Researcher 11 "email dated 11 Nov 2005."
  13. [S52] Private papers.
  14. [S18] Private papers "In the Estate of Joseph Bingham, deceased."
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  16. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage.
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Enoch Shipstone

M, #777, b. 27 February 1859, d. 8 March 1914
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
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1859 and 31 March 1859  His birth was registered between 1 January 1859 and 31 March 1859 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 129 Shipstone, Enoch mother: Dodson.1,2 
Birth*27 February 1859 Enoch Shipstone, son of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson, was born on 27 February 1859 at New Basford, NTT.3,4,5 
 Enoch Shipstone was the son of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson
(Born) BC*30 March 1859  Enoch's birth was registered on 30 March 1859 at R.D. Basford.6 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ7 April 1861 The 1861 UK Census of Horse & Groom, New Basford, NTT, listed Enoch Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson described as Enoch Shipstone, son age 2 born Arnold, Notts.3 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Radford Road, New Basford, NTT, listed Enoch Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson described as Enoch Shipston son, unmarried age 11, scholar, born New Basford, NTT.7 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of 194 Radford Road, New Basford, NTT, listed Enoch Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson described as Enoch Shipstone, son, unmarried, age 22, brewer's traveller, born New Basford, Notts.8 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1882 and 30 September 1882  His marriage was registered between 1 July 1882 and 30 September 1882 at R.D. Basford.4 
(Groom) Marriage*3 August 1882 Enoch Shipstone married Ada Alice Fewkes on 3 August 1882 at St. John's Church, Carrington, NTT,
Enoch, son of Mr. James Shipstone, of Harby Lodge, Sherwood Rise, to Ada Alice, daughter of Mr. A. Fewkes, of Woodthorpe Lodge, Sherwood.8,4,9 
(Subject) Newspaper11 August 1882  Enoch Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes were the subject of a newspaper article on 11 August 1882.

Marriages

On the 3rd inst., at Carrington Church, by the Rev. J.F. McCallan, M.A. Enoch, son of Mr. James Shipstone, of Harby Lodge, Sherwood Rise, to Ada Alice, daughter of Mr. A. Fewkes, of Woodthorpe Lodge, Sherwood.9
 
(Subject) Newspaper22 September 1882  Enoch Shipstone was the subject of a newspaper article on 22 September 1882.

Lost

A young Terrier dog, colour white ground, with small black spots all over - Anyone returning same to Mr. E. Shipstone, Star Brewery, New Basford, will be rewarded.10
 
Had a Sonbetween 1 October 1883 and 31 December 1883 His son (?) Shipstone was born between 1 October 1883 and 31 December 1883 at R.D. Basford.11 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884 His daughter (?) Shipstone was born between 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884 at R.D. Basford.11 
Directory1885 Enoch Shipstone was named in 1885 in the Nottingham Alphabetic List section of the White's Directory of Nottinghamshire as Shipstone, Enoch, Brewer, 316 Radford Road, New Basford. at Nottinghamshire, NTT.12 
(Subject) Newspaper16 January 1885  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 16 January 1885.

Summons Court

Cruelty to Ducks

Hamblet Polkey was summoned for having cruelly treated two ducks, on the 1st inst., P. S. Harwood stated that the groom of Mr. Enoch of Mr. Shipston's Brewery, Old Basford, showed him two dead ducks. Witness examined them, and found that each had marks on them as if they had been hit by a stone. Other evidence was given, which poroved that the defendant had killed the ducks, and the magistrate fined him 20s., or 14 days.13
 
Had a Daughter25 April 1886 His daughter Dorothea Shipstone was born on 25 April 1886 at Basford, NTT.14,1,15 
Directory1888 Enoch Shipstone was named in 1888 in the Nottingham Alphabetic List section of the Wright's Directory of Nottinghamshire as Shipstone, Enoch, at J. Shipstone & Sons, h 294 Radford Road, Basford. at Nottinghamshire, NTT.12 
(Witness) Resch Notebetween 24 January 1891 and 30 January 1891 He was a witness Page of wages book from Shipstone brewery.

Listed (in £,s, d):

Mr J Shipstone Jr, 0-6-0, brewery
Mr Hy Shipstone, 1-0-0, brewery
..
Mr J. Shipstone Sr coachman 1-6-0, carters
Mr J. Shipstone Sr gardener 1-6-0, carters
Mr J Shipstone's groom 1-5-0, carters
Mr J Shipstone's groom 1-5-0, carters
Mr E Shipstone 3-0-0, maltster with James Shipstone and The Shipstones Brewery between 24 January 1891 and 30 January 1891 at Shipstone Brewery, Radford Road, New Basford, NTT.16 
(Head) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 He was head of the household in the 1891 UK Census of 9 Broomhill Road, Bulwell, NTT, as Enoch Shipstone, head, married age 32, maltster, employed, born Basford, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Ada Alice Fewkes, Dorothea Shipstone, Martha Mann, single, visitor aged 83, born Great Comberton, Elizabeth Kettelborough, single, servant age 20 born North Wheatley. Next door to Stephen Burrow, age 31 a Wesleyan Minister.17 
Had a Sonbetween 1 April 1892 and 29 April 1892 His son Alfred Edward Shipstone was born between 1 April 1892 and 29 April 1892 at R.D. Basford.18,1,19 
Directory1894 Enoch Shipstone was named in 1894 in the Nottingham Alphabetic List section of the White's History, Gazeteer and Directory of Nottinghamshire as Shipstone, Enoch, maltster, 9 Hedley Villas, Shaftesbury Street, New Basford. at Nottinghamshire, NTT.12 
Directorybetween 1894 and 1895 He was named between 1894 and 1895 in the Person index section of the Wrights Directory of Nottingham as Shipstone Enoch of Shipstone & Sons h at Headley House, Shaftesbury Street, Nottingham, NTT.20 
Had a Daughter25 May 1894 His daughter Gladys Muriel Shipstone was born on 25 May 1894 at Basford, NTT.14,1,21 
(Beneficiary) Will9 May 1895 Enoch Shipstone was named as Enoch Shipstone, son a beneficiary in the Will of James Shipstone dated 9 May 1895.22 
Death of Son30 September 1897 His son Alfred Edward Shipstone died on 30 September 1897 at Fern Bank, 7 Second Avenue, Sherwood Rise, NTT.18 
(Resident) Address1 October 1897  As of 1 October 1897, Enoch Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes lived at Fern bank, 7 Second Avenue, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham, NTT.23 
Death of Father21 October 1897 His father James Shipstone died on 21 October 1897 at Harby Lodge, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham, NTT.24,25 
(Witness) Burial26 October 1897 Enoch Shipstone witnessed the burial of James Shipstone on 26 October 1897 at Church (Rock) Cemetery, Nottingham, NTT.26 
Directorybetween 1898 and 1899 Enoch Shipstone was named between 1898 and 1899 in the Person index section of the Wrights Directory of Nottingham as Shipstone, Enoch of J. Shipstone & Sons; h at 9 Hedley St, Basford, NTT.27 
Note*15 April 1899 Living at 7 Second Avenue, New Basford, Brewer on 15 Apr 1899. 
Had a Daughter2 August 1899 His daughter Sylvia Kathleen Shipstone was born on 2 August 1899 at New Basford, NTT.1,28,29,14,15 
Directory1900 Enoch Shipstone was named in 1900 in the Private Residents index section of the Kellys Directory of Nottingham as Shipstone, Enoch at 9 Second Avenue, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham, NTT.30 
(Mentioned) Newspaper30 March 1901 He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 30 March 1901. Mr. Enoch Shipstone, who sent a wreath to the funeral of the late Mrs. Jane Fowler (his sister) also as Mr. Enoch Shipstone, a principal mourner at the burial of his sister, the late Mrs. Jane Fowler.31
 
(Head) Cen-Househ*31 March 1901 He was head of the household in the 1901 UK Census of 7 Second Avenue, Nottingham, NTT, as Enoch Shipstone, head married, age 42, maltster, worker, born Basford, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Ada Alice Fewkes, Dorothea Shipstone, Gladys Muriel Shipstone and Sylvia Kathleen Shipstone, Lucy H Wilson (visitor age 37), Matilda Bray (general servant domestic age 21) & Harry J Wood (female housemaid domestic, age 21).14 
Directory1902 Enoch Shipstone was named in 1902 in the Nottingham Alphabetic List section of the Wright's Directory of Nottingham as Shipstone, Enoch, manager J.. Shipstone & Sons Ltd., h. 7 Second Avenue, Sherwood Rise at Nottinghamshire, NTT.12 
Living*between 1905 and 1906 He was living between 1905 and 1906 at Sherwood Rise, Nottingham, NTT.32 
(Subject) Newspaper13 January 1906  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 13 January 1906.

The Nominations
(for candidates for 3 divisions of the city)

Nottingham West

Rowley, William Lawrence Pemberton, Chetwode Grange, Buckingham
(1) proposer Thomas Isaac Birkin; Seconder: John Thomas Foreman;
Assentors: Isaac Smith, Frank Cressey, Edmund Alton, Enoch Shipstone, Alfred Clark, William Henry Ball, William Frignall Falconbridge and George Martin.33
 
(Deceased) Will*14 January 1907 He wrote and signed his Will dated 14 January 1907. Beneficiaries include Ada Alice Fewkes, Dorothea Shipstone, Sylvia Kathleen Shipstone and Gladys Muriel Shipstone. Will - William Pidock (maltster) and Stephen James Pentecost (lace dresser) are executors & trustees of the will.34 
(Resident) Address*14 January 1907  As of 14 January 1907, Enoch Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes lived at Fern Bank, Second Avenue, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham, NTT.34 
(Beneficiary) Will13 June 1907 Enoch Shipstone was named as Enoch Shipstone, son a beneficiary in the Will of Frances Elizabeth Dodson dated 13 June 1907.35 
Death of Mother12 December 1908 His mother Frances Elizabeth Dodson died on 12 December 1908 at Harby Lodge, Pelham Road, Sherwood Rise, NTT.36 
Directorybetween 1910 and 1911 Enoch Shipstone was named between 1910 and 1911 in the Person index section of the Wrights Directory of Nottingham as Shipstone, Enoch maltster (J. Shipstone & Sons ltd.) at 7 Second avenue, Sherwood rise, Nottingham, NTT.37 
(Head) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of Sherwood Rise, Nottingham, NTT, as Enoch Shipstone, head, male, age 52, married, maltster, own account, born Nottingham NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Ada Alice Fewkes, Dorothea Shipstone and Sylvia Kathleen Shipstone, a companion for Mrs Shipstone and 2 domestics. The house had 11 rooms. Enoch indexed as "Eurch."38 
(Deceased) Will2 February 1912 Enoch Shipstone wrote and signed his Will dated 2 February 1912. Beneficiaries include Ada Alice Fewkes, Dorothea Shipstone, Sylvia Kathleen Shipstone and Gladys Muriel Shipstone. Will codicil - William Pidcock (maltster) and Charles Edward Townroe are executors & trustees of the will. Mr Townroe to replace Stephen James Pentecost (lace dresser) throughout the Will. Wife and daughters mentioned by their relation.34 
Directory*between 1913 and 1914 Enoch Shipstone was named between 1913 and 1914 in the Person index section of the Wrights Directory of Nottingham as Shipstone, Enoch, maltster (J. Shipstone & Sons, Ltd); h at The Grange, Normanton-on-the-Wolds, Plumtree, NTT.39 
(Mentioned) Newspaper9 August 1913 He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 9 August 1913. Mr. and Mrs. E. Shipstone (Normanton, Notts) invitees and attendees at the marriage of Mr. James Shipstone to Mary Hancorne Nickolls in Grantham, and gave the couple a gift of an inlaid table.40
 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1914 and 31 March 1914  His death was registered between 1 January 1914 and 31 March 1914 at R.D. Bingham Ref: 07b, 667 Shipstone, Enoch age 55.41 
(Deceased) Death*8 March 1914 He died on 8 March 1914 at Normanton Grange, Normanton-on-the-Wolds, NTT, age 55.

In sweet remembrance of
Enoch Shipstone,
the beloved husband of
Ada Alice Shipstone
who died Sunday March 8th 1914,
aged 55 years.
The peace of God which passeth all understanding.

Also the above named
Ada Alice Shipstone,
who died Novr. 23rd 1944,
aged 82 years.42,43,25,44 
(Subject) Newspaper*10 March 1914  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 10 March 1914.

Deaths - Mr. Enoch Shipstone

SHIPSTONE - on 8th inst. (suddenly), at his residence, Normanton Grange, Normanton-on-the-Wolds, Enoch, beloved husband of Ada Alice Shipstone and younger son of the late James Shipstone, in his 56th year.
Interment Church Cemetery, Wednesday, 1 o'clock.45
 
(Deceased) DC*10 March 1914  Enoch Shipstone's death was registered on 10 March 1914 at R.D. Bingham. Enoch Shipstone was described on the death certificate as Maltster and Brewer, aged 55 years at death. The cause of death was given as Cardiac Disease certified by J. Malcolm Lyon M.B.. The informant of the death was Dorothea Shipstone, daughter, present at the death, Normanton on the Wolds.46 
(Interred) Burial11 March 1914 He was buried on 11 March 1914 at Church or "Rock" Cemetery, Nottingham, NTT, Service Wednesday at 1 p.m. Described as Enoch Shipstone, brewer, age 55 of Normanton Grange, Normanton-on-the-Wolds.

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.43,47 
(Subject) Newspaper11 March 1914  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 11 March 1914.

Late Mr. E. Shipstone

Interment in Nottingham


Plumtree and Normanton-on-the-Wolds were in mourning to-day, in common with many Nottingham people, for Mr. Enoch Shipstone, whose interment took place this afternoon at Church Cemetery, Nottingham. A member of the firm of James Shipstone and Sons, Limited, brewers, of New Basford, the deceased gentleman identified himself with Church work in New Basford before he went to reside at Normanton Grange. The funeral took place from the Grange, the officiating clergyman being the rector of Plumtree, the Rev. Dr. C. D. Powell

The principal mourners were Mr. James and Mr. Thomas Shipstone (brothers), Dr. Vinter (Appleby Bridge), and Mr. Eric Cattle (brothers-in-law), Mrs. Vinter, Mrs. Cattle, Mr. M. Ratcliffe and Dr. Eric Snell.
Amongst others present were the Revs. A. W. Bell and H. W. T. Toleman, Messrs. C. A. Goodyear, H Butler, R. M. Webster and A. Gill (representing New Basford Church). Alderman E. Byron, Councillors H. B. Halford and H. G. Ford, Messrs. R. Evans, A. Mann, C. Townroe, H. Cooper, J. Spalton, S. Walton (London), C. S. Wright, W. E. Truswell (representing Hardy's Kimberley brewery). F. Moult, W. E. Clifton, C. Taylor, W. Machin, J. Carver, J. W. Pidcock, J. Marchant, S. P. Pearson, J. H. Williamson, A Dickenson and the following heads of departments &c. of the firm: Messrs. A. Lamin, W. Burton Senr., C. Holt, J. Weston., D. Cordy and B. Newham (who were bearers), Messrs. H. G. Cooper, J. Pendleton, W. Vickers, S. Plummer, N. Townsend, J. Carver, S. Attenborough, W. Scattergood, C. Tebbut and H. Hall. An old friend of Mr. Enoch Shipstone's, Ald. J. P. Ford, had not sufficiently recovered from his illness to attend.
There was a profusion of beautiful wreaths.48
 
(Deceased) Prob Index*12 May 1914  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Shipstone, Enoch of Normanton Grange, Notts., brewer, died 8 March 1914. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to William Pidcock (Maltster) & Charles Edward Townroe (Bank Cashier) on 12 May 1914 by The Probate Office, Nottingham. Estate valued at £26071-19-6.24 
(Interred) Probate*12 May 1914 His estate was probated on 12 May 1914 at The Probate Office, Nottingham, Probate of this will with one Codicil was granted at Nottingham to William Pidcock and Charles Edward Townroe the Executors.34 
(Subject) Newspaper30 May 1914  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 30 May 1914.

Recent Wills

...

Mr. Enoch Shipstone, of Normanton Grange, Notts., a director of Messrs. James Shipstone and Sons, Ltd., brewers, who died on March 8th aged 54 years, left estate of the gross value of £26,071 19s. 6d., of which the net personalty has been sworn as £18,230 7s. 2d. Probate of his Will dated January 14th, 1907, with a codicil of February 2nd, 1912, has been granted to Mr. William Pidcock, maltster, of Magdala-road, Nottingham and Mr. Charles Edward Townroe, bank cashier, of 123, Park-terrace, Nottingham, to each of whom as executors he left £50. The testator left £200 to his wife, Mrs. Ada Shipstone, and the residue of his property to her during widowhood, with remainder upon trust in equal shares for his daughters, Dorothea Gladys Muriel and Sylvia Kathleen.

...49
 
(Subject) Newspaper30 May 1914  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 30 May 1914.

The Day's Wills

The following Wills have been proved:

Mr. Enoch Shipstone, aged 54, of Normanton Grange, Nottingham, and of The Brewery, New Basford, Nottingham, a director of Messrs. Jas. Shipstone and Sons, Ltd.
(Net Personalty £18,230) - £26, 071.50
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper10 May 1919 He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 10 May 1919. Husband of Mrs. Enoch Shipstone of Algoa House, Nottingham.51
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper29 July 1920 He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 29 July 1920. Gladys Muriel Shipstone named the late Mr. Enoch Shipstone and Mrs. Enoch Shipstone, Algoa House, Private-road, Sherwood as her parents on her marriage to Charles H. Middleton.52
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper30 July 1920 He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 30 July 1920. Gladys Muriel Shipstone named the late Mr. Enoch Shipstone and Mrs. Enoch Shipstone, Algoa House, Private-road, Sherwood as her parents on her marriage to Charles H. Middleton.53
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper22 April 1921 He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 22 April 1921. Gladys Muriel Shipstone named the late Mr. Enoch Shipstone and Mrs. Enoch Shipstone, Algoa House, Private-road, Sherwood as her parents youngest daughter on her marriage to Francis Percy Adams.54
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper1 April 1961 He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 1 April 1961. Mr Enoch Shipstone, deceased, Father of Miss Dorothea Shipstone, in her obituary.55
 
Anecdote*1969 The author (Annie Eliza Snell nee Shipstone) refers "never knew exactly how many children my Grandfather and Grandmother Shipstone had, nor in what order their ages were. I believe Uncle Jim was the oldest, although I understood that an older son, named John, became a missionary. Then my father came next according to age, followed by Uncle Enoch, and all were employed at Shipstone's brewery. Uncle Enoch married a Miss Ada Fewkes."56 

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Known Children of Enoch Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes

(Groom) Marriage*3 August 1882 Enoch Shipstone married Ada Alice Fewkes on 3 August 1882 at St. John's Church, Carrington, NTT,
Enoch, son of Mr. James Shipstone, of Harby Lodge, Sherwood Rise, to Ada Alice, daughter of Mr. A. Fewkes, of Woodthorpe Lodge, Sherwood.8,4,9 
Children
Last Edited11 Apr 2021

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  35. [S14] Will "Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, written 13 June 1907."
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  40. [S94] "Grantham Journal Saturday 9th August 1913, p8."
  41. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GRO Online."
  42. [S2] MI "Church or "rock" cemetery, Nottingham."
  43. [S64] Index to Nottingham Church Rock Cemetery Burials "Grave 4479 Beech. Burial ref 21953."
  44. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  45. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Deaths - Mr. Enoch Shipstone; 10 Mar 1914."
  46. [S16] Death cert. Copy dated 13 Mar 2008.
  47. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "www.deceasedonline.com."
  48. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Late Mr. E Shipstone; 11 Mar 1914."
  49. [S94] "Nottingham Journal - Recent Wills: 30 May 1914 p6 of 8."
  50. [S94] "Sheffield Daily Telegraph The Day's Wills: 30 May 1914 p 12 of 16."
  51. [S94] "Boston Guardian "Motor-Car Accident" 10 May 1919 p7 of 12."
  52. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "NEP 29 Jul 1920, P3 of 4, Marriages, Middleton-Shipstone."
  53. [S40] Nottingham Guardian Journal, "Nottm Guardian journal 30 Jul 1920, P5 of 8, Local Wedding, Middleton-Shipstone."
  54. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "NEP 22 Apr 1921, P5 of 6, A Nottingham Wedding."
  55. [S40] Nottingham Guardian Journal, "The Death of Miss Dorothea Shipstone, article dated 1st April 1961."
  56. [S73] A.E. (Nan) Snell Book - The Velvet Years "The author referring to her uncle."
  57. [S14] Will "Enoch Shipstone, written 2nd Feb 1912."

Enoch Shipstone1

M, #1693, b. 14 December 1853, d. 21 February 1855
FatherJames Shipstone1 b. 9 Feb 1818, d. 21 Oct 1897
MotherFrances Elizabeth Dodson1 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
Birth*14 December 1853 Enoch Shipstone, son of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson, was born on 14 December 1853 at New Basford, NTT.1 
 Enoch Shipstone was the son of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1854 and 31 March 1854  His birth was registered between 1 January 1854 and 31 March 1854 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 103 Shipstone, Enoch mother: Dodson.2,3 
(Born) BC*12 January 1854  Enoch's birth was registered on 12 January 1854 at R.D. Basford.1 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1855 and 31 March 1855  His death was registered between 1 January 1855 and 31 March 1855 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b 82, Shipstone, Enoch, age 1.4,5 
Death*21 February 1855 Enoch Shipstone died on 21 February 1855 at Radford Road, New Basford, NTT.4,6 
(Deceased) DC*25 February 1855  Enoch Shipstone's death was registered on 25 February 1855 at R.D. Basford. Enoch Shipstone was described on the death certificate as son of James Shipstone, brewer, aged 14 months at death. The cause of death was given as inflammation of lungs, 6 days, measles 4 days. Certified.. The informant of the death was the mark (X) of Frances Shipstone, present at the death, New Basford.6 

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Last Edited11 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S20] Birth cert. Copy dated Mar 2008.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  4. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  5. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GRO Online."
  6. [S16] Death cert. From David Shipstone.

Eric Shipstone1

M, #2255, b. 17 October 1922, d. 2 January 1994
FatherThomas Arthur Shipstone1 b. bt 1 Jan 1886 - 31 Mar 1886, d. bt 1 Oct 1925 - 31 Dec 1925
MotherAnnie Wright1 b. 12 Apr 1883, d. 29 Sep 1960
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
Resch Note* Research Note:

May have married a Bramley in Q1 1945, and had children.
 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1922 and 31 December 1922  His birth was registered between 1 October 1922 and 31 December 1922 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 457 Shipstone, Eric mother: Wright.1 
Birth*17 October 1922 Eric Shipstone, son of Thomas Arthur Shipstone and Annie Wright, was born on 17 October 1922 at R.D. Basford.1,2 
 Eric Shipstone was the son of Thomas Arthur Shipstone and Annie Wright.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 The 1939 UK Register of 7 Bennetts Terrace, Arnold, NTT, listed Eric Shipstone in the household of Annie Wright described as Shipstone, Eric, male, born 17.10.1922, single, clerk laundry.3 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1945 and 31 March 1945  His marriage was registered between 1 January 1945 and 31 March 1945 at R.D. Basford.4 
Marriage*between 1 January 1945 and 31 March 1945 Eric Shipstone married Dorothy May Bramley between 1 January 1945 and 31 March 1945 at R.D. Basford.4 
Had a Sonbetween 1 January 1952 and 31 March 1952 His son Brian John Shipstone was born between 1 January 1952 and 31 March 1952 at R.D. Basford.1 
Death of Mother29 September 1960 His mother Annie Wright died on 29 September 1960 at R.D. Basford.5,6 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*January 1994  His death was registered in January 1994 at R.D. Basford as Eric Shipstone, born 17 Oct 1922
District No 6852
Reg No C25B
Ent No 108
Dor 194.2 
Death*2 January 1994 Eric Shipstone died on 2 January 1994 at 123 Coppice Road, Arnold, NTT.2,7,5 
(Deceased) Prob Index*22 February 1994  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Shipstone, Eric of 123 Coppice Road, Arnold, Nottingham. Died 02 Jan 1994. Authority to administer the Estate was granted on 22 February 1994 by The Probate Office, Manchester. Estate valued at Not exceeding £125,000. Ref: 9481401567R.7 

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Marriage*between 1 January 1945 and 31 March 1945 Eric Shipstone married Dorothy May Bramley between 1 January 1945 and 31 March 1945 at R.D. Basford.4 
Child
Last Edited11 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "Ancestry."
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  3. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  4. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Ancestry."
  5. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  6. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "www.deceasedonline.com."
  7. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "FindMyPast."

Ernest Shipstone1

M, #1181, b. between 6 December 1890 and 5 January 1891, d. between 1 October 1937 and 31 December 1937
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
Birth*between 6 December 1890 and 5 January 1891 Ernest Shipstone, son of Ben Shipstone and Elizabeth Askwith, was born between 6 December 1890 and 5 January 1891 at Richmond, Handsworth, YKS.2 
(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. Sheffield Ref: 9c, 627 Shipstone, Ernest mother: Askworth (sic).3,4 
 Ernest Shipstone was the son of Ben Shipstone and Elizabeth Askwith.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of Richmond, Handsworth, YKS, listed Ernest Shipstone in the household of Ben Shipstone and Elizabeth Askwith described as Ernest Shipstone, son age 3 months , born Handsworth, YKS.2 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 41 Nightingale St., Darnell, Sheffield, YKS, listed Ernest Shipstone in the household of Ben Shipstone and Elizabeth Askwith described as Ernest Shipstone, son age 10 , born Richmond, YKS.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 418 Coleridge Rd, Attercliffe, Sheffield, YKS, listed Ernest Shipstone in the household of Joseph William Shipston and Elizabeth Askwith described as Ernest Shipstone, son, male age 20, single, steel dresser (steel works), worker, born Richmond YKS.5 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1921 and 31 December 1921  His marriage was registered between 1 October 1921 and 31 December 1921 at R.D. Sheffield.6 
Marriage*between 1 October 1921 and 31 December 1921 Ernest Shipstone married Louisa Annie Bullock between 1 October 1921 and 31 December 1921 at R.D. Sheffield.7 
Had a Sonbetween 1 January 1922 and 31 March 1922 His son Joseph William Shipstone was born between 1 January 1922 and 31 March 1922 at R.D. Sheffield.8 
Had a Sonbetween 1 April 1926 and 30 June 1926 His son Ronald Shipstone was born between 1 April 1926 and 30 June 1926 at R.D. Sheffield.8 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1937 and 31 December 1937  His death was registered between 1 October 1937 and 31 December 1937 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9c 546, Shipstone, Ernest age 47.9,10 
Death*between 1 October 1937 and 31 December 1937 Ernest Shipstone died between 1 October 1937 and 31 December 1937 at R.D. Sheffield.9 

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Marriage*between 1 October 1921 and 31 December 1921 Ernest Shipstone married Louisa Annie Bullock between 1 October 1921 and 31 December 1921 at R.D. Sheffield.7 
Children
Last Edited6 May 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  2. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  5. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  6. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  7. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  8. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO."
  9. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "1837online."
  10. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GRO Online."

Ernest Shipstone1

M, #1910, b. between 1 July 1879 and 30 September 1879, d. between 1 January 1880 and 31 March 1880
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
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1879 and 30 September 1879  His birth was registered between 1 July 1879 and 30 September 1879 at R.D. Chapel-en-le-Frith Ref: 7b, 736 Shipstone, Ernest mother: Heathcote.2,3 
Birth*between 1 July 1879 and 30 September 1879 Ernest Shipstone, son of William Shipstone and Mary Heathcoat, was born between 1 July 1879 and 30 September 1879 at R.D. Chapel-le-F.1 
 Ernest Shipstone was the son of William Shipstone and Mary Heathcoat.1 
Death*between 1 January 1880 and 31 March 1880 Ernest Shipstone died between 1 January 1880 and 31 March 1880 at Buxton, DBY.4,5 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1880 and 31 March 1880  His death was registered between 1 January 1880 and 31 March 1880 at R.D. Chapel-en-le-Frith Ref: 7b 479, Shipstone, Ernest age 0.6,7 
(Interred) Burial*5 January 1880 He was buried on 5 January 1880 at St. John, Buxton, DBY, Shipstone, Ernest, born 1880, buried 5 Jan 1880.8 

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Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "VR's."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  4. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  5. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Findmypast."
  6. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths.
  7. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GRO Online."
  8. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Derbyshire Burials."

Ethel Shipstone1

F, #778, b. 6 March 1893, d. between 1 July 1966 and 30 September 1966
FatherEdward Shipstone1 b. 8 Nov 1861, d. 13 Aug 1919
MotherElizabeth Boden Mellor1 b. bt 1 Oct 1858 - 31 Dec 1858, d. 23 Jan 1934
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
Birth*6 March 1893 Ethel Shipstone, daughter of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor, was born on 6 March 1893 at Eastwood, NTT.1,2,3 
 Ethel Shipstone was the daughter of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1893 and 30 June 1893  Her birth was registered between 1 April 1893 and 30 June 1893 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 124 Shipstone, Ethel mother: Mellor.4,5 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of Nottingham Rd, Giltbrook, Greasley, NTT, listed Ethel Shipstone in the household of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor described as Ethel Shipston, daughter, single, age 8 born Eastwood, NTT.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of Gilt Brook, Nottingham, NTT, listed Ethel Shipstone in the household of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor described as Ethel Shipstone, daughter, female, age 18, single, drapery assistant, worker, born Eastwood, NTT.6 
Married Namebetween 1 April 1920 and 30 June 1920  As of between 1 April 1920 and 30 June 1920, her married name was Green.7 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 April 1920 and 30 June 1920 Ethel Shipstone married George Wharton Green between 1 April 1920 and 30 June 1920 at R.D. Basford.7 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1920 and 30 June 1920  Her marriage was registered between 1 April 1920 and 30 June 1920 at R.D. Basford.7 
(Distribution) Will13 September 1927 Ethel Shipstone was named as Ethel Green, 1/440 share worth $20.27 in the distribution account for the Estate of Joseph Bingham dated 13 September 1927.8 
Directory*1932 Ethel Shipstone and Harold Shipstone were named in 1932 in the Polling District C. Mansfield - East Ward
Peck's Hill
18104 R O Green, George Wharton 26
18105 Rw Dw, Green, Ethel 26
18105 R -, Shipstone, Harold 26

So Harold is found with his sister and her husband. at 26 Pecks Hill, Mansfield East Ward, NTT.9 
(Present-Second) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed next to the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of "Brinwood", Clipstone Road, Forest Town, Mansfield Woodhouse, NTT, as Green, Ethel, female, born 6 Mar 1893, married, unpaid domestic duties. She was enumerated with George Wharton Green.3 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1966 and 30 September 1966  Her death was registered between 1 July 1966 and 30 September 1966 Ref: 3c, 387 as Ethel Green, age 73.10 
(Deceased) Death*between 1 July 1966 and 30 September 1966 Ethel Shipstone died between 1 July 1966 and 30 September 1966 at 397 Nottingham Road, Newthorpe, NTT, age 73.10,11 
(Deceased) Prob Index*6 October 1966  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Green Ethel of 397 Nottingham Road Newthorpe Nottinghamshire died 1 August 1966 at City Hospital Nottingham. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to George Wharton Green described as George Wharton Green retired miner on 6 October 1966 by The Probate Office, Nottingham. Estate valued at £6084..11 

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(Bride) Marriage*between 1 April 1920 and 30 June 1920 Ethel Shipstone married George Wharton Green between 1 April 1920 and 30 June 1920 at R.D. Basford.7 
Last Edited11 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  3. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  5. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  6. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  7. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage.
  8. [S52] Private papers.
  9. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Electoral Registers - FindmyPast."
  10. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  11. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."

Ethel Shipstone

F, #3083, b. between 1 July 1894 and 30 September 1894, d. April 1895
FatherBen Shipstone b. 27 Mar 1864, d. bt 1 Oct 1902 - 31 Dec 1902
MotherElizabeth Askwith 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 1894 and 30 September 1894  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1894 and 30 September 1894 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9c, 590 Shipstone, Ethel mother: Askwith.1,2 
Birth*between 1 July 1894 and 30 September 1894 Ethel Shipstone, daughter of Ben Shipstone and Elizabeth Askwith, was born between 1 July 1894 and 30 September 1894 at R.D. Sheffield
 Ethel Shipstone was the daughter of Ben Shipstone and Elizabeth Askwith
Death*April 1895 Ethel Shipstone died in April 1895 at R.D. Sheffield
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 April 1895 and 30 June 1895  Her death was registered between 1 April 1895 and 30 June 1895 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9c, 333 SHIPSTONE Ethel, age 0.3 
(Interred) Burial*6 April 1895 She was buried on 6 April 1895 at Darnell Municipal Cemetery, Sheffield, YKS, Aged 8 months.4 

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Last Edited11 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GRO."
  4. [S27] NBI.

Evelyn Lucie Shipstone1

F, #3072, b. between 1 April 1879 and 30 June 1879, d. between 1 October 1879 and 1 December 1879
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 April 1879 and 30 June 1879  Her birth was registered between 1 April 1879 and 30 June 1879 at R.D. Basford Ref: 07b, 299 Shipstone, Evelyn Lucie mother: Barker.2 
Birth*between 1 April 1879 and 30 June 1879 Evelyn Lucie Shipstone, daughter of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker, was born between 1 April 1879 and 30 June 1879 at R.D. Basford.1,3 
 Evelyn Lucie Shipstone was the daughter of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker.1 
Death*between 1 October 1879 and 1 December 1879 Evelyn Lucie Shipstone died between 1 October 1879 and 1 December 1879 at R.D. Basford.4 
(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. Basford Ref: 07b, 94 Shipstone, Evelyn Lucy age 0.4 
Burial*1 December 1879 She was buried on 1 December 1879 at Radford Road, New Basford, NTT.3 

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Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  3. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "www.deceasedonline.com."
  4. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GRO Online."

Fanny Shipston

F, #745, b. between 1 April 1866 and 29 April 1866, d. 14 February 1930
FatherJoseph Shipston b. bt 4 Apr 1825 - 31 Mar 1826, d. 12 Apr 1907
MotherMary Wass b. bt 4 Apr 1822 - 3 Apr 1823, d. 5 Feb 1907
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
Birth*between 1 April 1866 and 29 April 1866 Fanny Shipston, daughter of Joseph Shipston and Mary Wass, was born between 1 April 1866 and 29 April 1866 at Whitwell, DBY.1,2,3 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1866 and 30 June 1866  Her birth was registered between 1 April 1866 and 30 June 1866 at R.D. Worksop Ref: 7b, 37 Shipstone, Fanny mother: Wass.4,5 
(Child) Baptism29 April 1866 Fanny Shipston was baptised on 29 April 1866 at Whitwell, DBY, Fanny, of Joseph & Mary Shipston, Belph Whitwell, Labourer.2,6 
 She was the daughter of Joseph Shipston and Mary Wass
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Belph Moor, Whitwell, DBY, listed Fanny Shipston in the household of Joseph Shipston and Mary Wass described as Fanny Shipstone, daughter, age 5, born Whitwell, DBY.7 
Name Variation3 April 1881  As of 3 April 1881, Fanny Shipston was also known as Shipstone.8 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of Woodhouse Hall, Worksop, NTT, listed Fanny Shipston described as Fanny Shipstone, servant, unmarried age 15, general servant, born DBY. In household of William Tinker, clerk of building works amongst the large number of staff at Woodhouse Hall.8
 
(Bride) Marriage Bann*between 1 August 1897 and 15 August 1897 Marriage banns for Fanny Shipston and Edward Habberley were published between 1 August 1897 and 15 August 1897 at Eccleshall Holy Trinity, Eccleshall, STS.9 
Married Name25 August 1897  As of 25 August 1897, her married name was Habberley.10 
(Bride) Marriage*25 August 1897 Fanny Shipston married Edward Habberley on 25 August 1897 at St Mary's Church, Norton Cuckney, NTT,
Edward Habberley = Fanny Shipstone.10,11 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*31 March 1901 She was wife of the head of household in the 1901 UK Census of Walk Mill, Eccleshall, STS, as Fanny Habberley, wife, married, age 35, born Whitwell, DBY. She was enumerated with her husband Edward Habberley. Edward recorded as Abberley, though obviously married to each other. No children.12 
Death of Mother5 February 1907 Her mother Mary Wass died on 5 February 1907 at The Winnings, Welbeck, NTT.8,13,14,15 
Death of Father12 April 1907 Her father Joseph Shipston died on 12 April 1907 at The Winnings, Welbeck, NTT.14,16 
(Administrator) Prob Index1 May 1907 Authority was granted to Fanny Shipston described as Fanny Habberley, wife of Edward Habberley, to administer the Estate of Joseph Shipston on 1 May 1907 at The Probate Office, Nottingham, valued at £297-16-7.14 
(Administrator) Prob Index10 June 1907 Authority was granted to Fanny Shipston described as Fanny Habberley, wife of Edward Habberley, to administer the Estate of Mary Shipston on 10 June 1907 at The Probate Office, Nottingham, valued at £200.14 
(Wife) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of The Golden Lion, Biddulph, STS, as Fanny Habberley, wife, female, age 45 married 14 years, no children, born Whitwell, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Edward Habberley, no children, just a servant age 27 (domestic). Edward's age is recorded as 51 in the index, and Fanny's birthplace is given as Nottinghamshire rather than Derbyshire. The house had 12 rooms.17 
Death of Spouse25 March 1927 Her husband Edward Habberley died on 25 March 1927 at 23 Brewhouse Bank, Kidsgrove, STS.16,15 
Death of Spouse25 March 1927 Her husband Edward Habberley died on 25 March 1927 at 23 Brewhouse Bank, Kidsgrove, STS.16,15 
(Spouse of dec/admn) Prob Index11 May 1928 Fanny Shipston described as Fanny Habberley widow was named as the wife of Edward Habberley (deceased) and as administrator of his Estate on 11 May 1928 at The Probate Office, Litchfield, valued at £509 1s. 6d..15 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1930 and 31 March 1930  Her death was registered between 1 January 1930 and 31 March 1930 at R.D. Stoke T. Ref: 6b 221, age 64.16 
Address*14 February 1930  As of 14 February 1930, Fanny Shipston lived at 23 Brewhouse Bank, Kidsgrove, STS.15 
(Deceased) Death*14 February 1930 She died on 14 February 1930 at North Staffordshire Royal Infirmary, Hartshill, Stoke-on-Trent, STS, Age 64.16,15 
(Deceased) Prob Index*22 March 1930  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Habberley Fanny of 23 Brewhouse Bank Kidsgrove Staffordshire widow died 14 February 1930 at the North Staffordshire Royal Infirmary Hartshill Stoke-on-Trent. Authority to administer the Estate was granted John Teasdale draper and Catherine Anne Teasdale (wife of the said John Teasdale) on 22 March 1930 by The Probate Office, Birmingham. Estate valued at £530 1s. 3d.. Who were this pair? Not Fanny's relations, I will bet.15 

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(Bride) Marriage Bann*between 1 August 1897 and 15 August 1897 Marriage banns for Fanny Shipston and Edward Habberley were published between 1 August 1897 and 15 August 1897 at Eccleshall Holy Trinity, Eccleshall, STS.9 
(Bride) Marriage*25 August 1897 Fanny Shipston married Edward Habberley on 25 August 1897 at St Mary's Church, Norton Cuckney, NTT,
Edward Habberley = Fanny Shipstone.10,11 
Last Edited11 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1901, FindMyPast.
  2. [S3] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Whitwell, DBY.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  5. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  6. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Whitwell, DBY."
  7. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  8. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  9. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Staffordshire banns."
  10. [S15] Website FreeBMD (freebmd.org).
  11. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast Nottinghamshire Marriages."
  12. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  13. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths.
  14. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index.
  15. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  16. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  17. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.

Fanny Shipston

F, #746, b. 1826
FatherJames SHIPSTON b. 12 May 1791, d. 27 Mar 1864
MotherAnn HARPHAM b. c 1790, d. b 25 Jun 1830
Relationship2nd great-grandaunt 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
Occupation* Fanny Shipston was a A Servant.1 
Birth*1826 Fanny Shipston, daughter of James SHIPSTON and Ann HARPHAM, was born in 1826 at NTT.1 
 Fanny Shipston was the daughter of James SHIPSTON and Ann HARPHAM
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ6 June 1841 The 1841 UK Census of Crooks Yard, Mansfield Woodhouse, NTT, listed Fanny Shipston in the household of James SHIPSTON and Sarah Sharley described as Fanny Shipstone, age 15, a servant, born in Notts.1 
Resch Note*1851 Research Note:
No Fanny (any surname) born in Mansfield Woodhouse bn 1826 +/- 5 who is possible.
 

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Last Edited1 Oct 2017

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  1. [S1] Census, 1841, Ancestry.

Fanny Shipstone

F, #779, b. 29 April 1864, d. between 1 January 1907 and 31 March 1907
FatherWilliam SHIPSTONE b. 17 Dec 1823, d. 14 Jul 1886
MotherAnn BINGHAM b. 8 Apr 1826, d. 9 Aug 1896
RelationshipGreat-grandaunt 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
Occupation* Fanny Shipstone was a House Maid. 
Note* GRO marriages have: Fanny Basford J.1889 and Worksop S. 1897 (-> 1903)
Latter doesn't match Wright, Sandy, Harrop. She marries Sandy according to family papers. First is a match - to Henry Sandy, found with father as blacksmith in Papplewick in 1881. 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1864 and 30 June 1864  Her birth was registered between 1 April 1864 and 30 June 1864 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 130 Shipston, Fanny mother: Bingham.1,2 
Birth*29 April 1864 Fanny Shipstone, daughter of William SHIPSTONE and Ann BINGHAM, was born on 29 April 1864 at New Basford, NTT.3,4,5,6 
 Fanny Shipstone was the daughter of William SHIPSTONE and Ann BINGHAM
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Nottingham Road, Eastwood, NTT, listed Fanny Shipstone in the household of William SHIPSTONE and Ann BINGHAM described as Faney Shipston, daughter age 6, scholar, born New Basford, NTT.3 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of Hopkins Paddock, Eastwood, NTT, listed Fanny Shipstone in the household of William SHIPSTONE and Ann BINGHAM described as Fanny Shipstone, daughter, unmarried age 17, house maid, born Basford, Notts.5 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 April 1889 and 30 June 1889 Fanny Shipstone married Henry Sandy between 1 April 1889 and 30 June 1889 at The Register Office, Basford, NTT,
Year: 1889
Forenames: Fanny
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Henry
Spouse Surname: SANDY
Place: Basford
Description: Register Office
County: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 685
Register Entry: RO/38/020.7,4,8 
Married Namebetween 1 April 1889 and 30 June 1889  As of between 1 April 1889 and 30 June 1889, her married name was Sandy. 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1889 and 30 June 1889  Her marriage was registered between 1 April 1889 and 30 June 1889 at R.D. Basford.9 
Had a Daughter25 April 1889 Her daughter Jane Elizabeth Sandy was born on 25 April 1889 at East Kirkby, NTT.10,6,11 
Had a Son1 December 1890 Her son Gordon Henry Sandy was born on 1 December 1890 at Oakham, RUT.10,6,12 
(Wife) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 She was wife of the head of household in the 1891 UK Census of Leicester Cottages, Melton Road, Lords Hold, Oakham, RUT, as Fanny Sandy, married age 26, born New Basford, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Henry Sandy, Jane Elizabeth Sandy and Gordon Henry Sandy. There are 4 families living in Leicester Cottages. The Sandys are in the last.13 
Had a Daughter22 December 1892 Her daughter Fanny Sandy was born on 22 December 1892 at Rothwell, NTH.10,6,14 
Had a Daughter27 March 1896 Her daughter Grace Sandy was born on 27 March 1896 at Rothwell, NTH.10,6,12,11 
(Informant) DC10 August 1896 Fanny Shipstone was the informant as Fanny Sandy, daughter, present at death, Rothwell at the registration of the death of Ann BINGHAM on 10 August 1896 at S.D. Rothwell, R.D. Kettering, NTH.15 
Had a Daughter27 December 1897 Her daughter Eva Sandy was born on 27 December 1897 at Rothwell, NTH.10,6,11,2 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 January 1899 and 31 March 1899 Her daughter Daisy Sandy was born between 1 January 1899 and 31 March 1899 at R.D. Kettering.16 
Had a Sonbetween 1 January 1900 and 31 March 1900 Her son Carl Sandy was born between 1 January 1900 and 31 March 1900 at Rothwell, NTH.10,6 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*31 March 1901 She was wife of the head of household in the 1901 UK Census of Green Lane, Rothwell, NTH, as Fanny Sandy, wife married age 36, born Basford, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Henry Sandy, Jane Elizabeth Sandy, Gordon Henry Sandy, Fanny Sandy, Grace Sandy, Eva Sandy and Carl Sandy. Indexed as "Sandys."6 
Had a Sonbetween 1 April 1901 and 30 June 1901 Her son George William Sandy was born between 1 April 1901 and 30 June 1901 at Rothwell, NTH.17,18 
Had a Son26 July 1902 Her son Leonard Sandy was born on 26 July 1902 at R.D. Kettering.10,12,11 
Had a Daughter27 September 1905 Her daughter Louie Sandy was born on 27 September 1905 at Rothwell, NTH.10,11,19 
Death*between 1 January 1907 and 31 March 1907 Fanny Shipstone died between 1 January 1907 and 31 March 1907 at R.D. Kettering.20,21 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1907 and 31 March 1907  Her death was registered between 1 January 1907 and 31 March 1907 at R.D. Kettering Ref: 3b 132, age 42. Same reference as son John, and his twin James died in the following quarter.21,11 
Had a Sonbetween 1 January 1907 and 31 March 1907 Her son James Sandy was born between 1 January 1907 and 31 March 1907 at R.D. Kettering.22 
Had a Sonbetween 1 January 1907 and 31 March 1907 Her son John Sandy was born between 1 January 1907 and 31 March 1907 at R.D. Kettering.16 

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(Bride) Marriage*between 1 April 1889 and 30 June 1889 Fanny Shipstone married Henry Sandy between 1 April 1889 and 30 June 1889 at The Register Office, Basford, NTT,
Year: 1889
Forenames: Fanny
Surname: SHIPSTONE
Spouse Forenames: Henry
Spouse Surname: SANDY
Place: Basford
Description: Register Office
County: Nottinghamshire
Country: England
Reg Office: 685
Register Entry: RO/38/020.7,4,8 
Children
Last Edited17 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GRO Online."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  4. [S38] Private papers of Clifton family "Children of Shipston(e) family."
  5. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  6. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  7. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage.
  8. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Findmypast."
  9. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  10. [S15] Website FreeBMD (freebmd.org).
  11. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  12. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  13. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  14. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "https://www.deceasedonline.com/servlet/GSDOSearch."
  15. [S16] Death cert.
  16. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  17. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  18. [S88] Information supplied by a fellow researcher "Ancestry Family Tree - lee family September 2012 - tar73al."
  19. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  20. [S18] Private papers "In the Estate of Joseph Bingham, deceased."
  21. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Only likely Fanny Sandy burial - right age, right place."
  22. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."

Fanny Elizabeth Shipstone1

F, #3078, b. between 1 April 1883 and 30 June 1883, d. between 1 October 1883 and 1 December 1883
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
(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. Sheffield Ref: 09c, 576 Shipstone, Fanny Elizabeth mother: Havenhand.2 
Birth*between 1 April 1883 and 30 June 1883 Fanny Elizabeth Shipstone, daughter of James Shipston and Mary Ann Havenhand, was born between 1 April 1883 and 30 June 1883.1 
 Fanny Elizabeth Shipstone was the daughter of James Shipston and Mary Ann Havenhand.1 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1883 and 1 December 1883  Her death was registered between 1 October 1883 and 1 December 1883 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 09c, 296 Shipstone, Fanny Elizabeth, age 0.3 
Death*between 1 October 1883 and 1 December 1883 Fanny Elizabeth Shipstone died between 1 October 1883 and 1 December 1883.1,3 

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Last Edited11 Apr 2021

Citations

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

Fanny Mary Shipstone1

F, #1182, b. 27 July 1892, d. between 1 July 1977 and 30 September 1977
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 1892 and 30 September 1892  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1892 and 30 September 1892 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9c, 664 Shipstone, Fanny Mary mother: Askwith.2,3 
Birth*27 July 1892 Fanny Mary Shipstone, daughter of Ben Shipstone and Elizabeth Askwith, was born on 27 July 1892 at Darnell, YKS.1,4 
 Fanny Mary Shipstone was the daughter of Ben Shipstone and Elizabeth Askwith.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 41 Nightingale St., Darnell, Sheffield, YKS, listed Fanny Mary Shipstone in the household of Ben Shipstone and Elizabeth Askwith described as Fanny M Shipstone, daughter, age 8 , born Darnell, YKS.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 418 Coleridge Rd, Attercliffe, Sheffield, YKS, listed Fanny Mary Shipstone in the household of Joseph William Shipston and Elizabeth Askwith described as Fanny M Shipstone, daughter, female age 18, single, work-at-home, born Darnell YKS.5 
Married Namebetween 1 July 1920 and 30 September 1920  As of between 1 July 1920 and 30 September 1920, her married name was Rowe.6 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 July 1920 and 30 September 1920 Fanny Mary Shipstone married George E Rowe between 1 July 1920 and 30 September 1920 at R.D. Sheffield.6 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1920 and 30 September 1920  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1920 and 30 September 1920 at R.D. Sheffield.7,6 
Had a Son28 April 1922 Her son Archie Rowe was born on 28 April 1922 at R.D. Sheffield.8,4 
Had a Son28 April 1922 Her son Reggie Rowe was born on 28 April 1922 at R.D. Sheffield.8,4 
(Present-Second) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed next to the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 434 Coleridge Road, Sheffield, YKS, as Rowe, Fanny M., female, born 27/7/1892, married, unpaid domestic duties. She was enumerated with George E Rowe Archie Rowe.9 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1977 and 30 September 1977  Her death was registered between 1 July 1977 and 30 September 1977 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 3, 0863 as Fanny Mary Rowe, born 27 July 1892.4 
Death*between 1 July 1977 and 30 September 1977 Fanny Mary Shipstone died between 1 July 1977 and 30 September 1977 at R.D. Sheffield.4 

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(Bride) Marriage*between 1 July 1920 and 30 September 1920 Fanny Mary Shipstone married George E Rowe between 1 July 1920 and 30 September 1920 at R.D. Sheffield.6 
Children
Last Edited11 Apr 2021

Citations

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

Florence Shipstone1

F, #780, b. 11 April 1898
FatherEdward Shipstone1 b. 8 Nov 1861, d. 13 Aug 1919
MotherElizabeth Boden Mellor1 b. bt 1 Oct 1858 - 31 Dec 1858, d. 23 Jan 1934
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
Birth*11 April 1898 Florence Shipstone, daughter of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor, was born on 11 April 1898 at Giltbrook, NTT.1,2,3 
 Florence Shipstone was the daughter of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1898 and 30 September 1898  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1898 and 30 September 1898 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 154 Shipstone, Florence mother: Mellor.2,4 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of Nottingham Rd, Giltbrook, Greasley, NTT, listed Florence Shipstone in the household of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor described as Florence Shipston, daughter, single, age 2 born Giltbrook, NTT.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of Gilt Brook, Nottingham, NTT, listed Florence Shipstone in the household of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor described as Florry Shipstone, daughter, female, age 12, school, school, born Gilt Brook, Nottingham NTT.5 
Resch Note*between 1 April 1927 and 30 June 1927 Research Note:
Marriage to Mr. Walker is something of an educated guess - the most likely Florence marriage (if she married at all).
Fortunately this all fits perfectly.6
 
Married Namebetween 1 April 1927 and 30 June 1927  As of between 1 April 1927 and 30 June 1927, her married name was Walker.6 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1927 and 30 June 1927  Her marriage was registered between 1 April 1927 and 30 June 1927 at R.D. Basford.6 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 April 1927 and 30 June 1927 Florence Shipstone married Arthur Walker between 1 April 1927 and 30 June 1927 at R.D. Basford.6 
(Distribution) Will13 September 1927 Florence Shipstone was named as Florence Shipstone, 1/440 share worth $20.27 in the distribution account for the Estate of Joseph Bingham dated 13 September 1927.7 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 453 Nottingham Road, Newthorpe, NTT, as Walker, Florence, female, born 11 Apr 1898, married, unpaid domestic duties. She was enumerated with Arthur Walker.3 

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(Bride) Marriage*between 1 April 1927 and 30 June 1927 Florence Shipstone married Arthur Walker between 1 April 1927 and 30 June 1927 at R.D. Basford.6 
Last Edited20 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  3. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  5. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  6. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage.
  7. [S52] Private papers.

Florence Mary Shipstone1,2

F, #1344, b. 28 November 1895, d. between 1 July 1909 and 30 September 1909
FatherJohn Shipstone1 b. 26 Nov 1861, d. bt 1 Oct 1934 - 31 Dec 1934
MotherAnnie Marie Wells1 b. 1859, d. 16 May 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 Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
Birth*28 November 1895 Florence Mary Shipstone, daughter of John Shipstone and Annie Marie Wells, was born on 28 November 1895 at West Hartlepool, DUR.2,3 
 Florence Mary Shipstone was the daughter of John Shipstone and Annie Marie Wells.1 
(Child) Baptism26 December 1895 Florence Mary Shipstone was baptised on 26 December 1895 at St Paul's Church, West Hartlepool, DUR, born 28 November 1895

Florence Mary Shipstone.
daughter of John and Annie Maria Shipstone.
address: 31 Hawkridge street, West Hartlepool.
father a labourer.
vicar was r r fenning.3 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1896 and 31 March 1896  Her birth was registered between 1 January 1896 and 31 March 1896 at R.D. Hartlepool Ref: 10a, 111 Shipstone, Florence Mary mother: Wells.2,4 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 21 Carr Street, West Hartlepool, DUR, listed Florence Mary Shipstone in the household of John Shipstone and Annie Marie Wells described as Florence M Shipstone, daughter age 5, born Hartlepool, DUR.1,5 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1909 and 30 September 1909  Her death was registered between 1 July 1909 and 30 September 1909 at R.D. Hartlepool Ref: 10a 54, age 13.6 
(Deceased) Death*between 1 July 1909 and 30 September 1909 Florence Mary Shipstone died between 1 July 1909 and 30 September 1909 Age 13.6 

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Last Edited11 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "1837 online or personal transcripts of GRO index."
  3. [S88] Information supplied by a fellow researcher "email 18 June 2011."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  5. [S88] Information supplied by a fellow researcher "email 16 June 2011. Place name corrected."
  6. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "1837 online or personal transcripts of GRO index."

Florence Minnie Shipstone1,2,3

F, #1820, b. 16 September 1915, d. January 2006
FatherAlbert George Shipstone2 b. 30 Sep 1881, d. bt 1 Jul 1967 - 31 Aug 1967
MotherFlorence Amelia May Goodwin Phillips2 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
Resch Note* Research Note:
Corrected this Marriage from Lloynd 1939 to Yates 1940, which is correct. Thankfully, the 1939 had a precise date of birth, which did not match a recently found birth date from her baptismal entry.
 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1915 and 30 September 1915  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1915 and 30 September 1915 at R.D. Chapel-en-le-Frith Ref: 7b, 1549 Shipstone, Florence Minnie mother: Phillips.2,3 
Birth*16 September 1915 Florence Minnie Shipstone, daughter of Albert George Shipstone and Florence Amelia May Goodwin Phillips, was born on 16 September 1915 at Buxton, DBY.4 
 Florence Minnie Shipstone was the daughter of Albert George Shipstone and Florence Amelia May Goodwin Phillips.2 
Baptism29 September 1915 Florence Minnie Shipstone was baptised on 29 September 1915 at St. Mary the Virgin, Buxton, DBY.4 
Had a Son16 October 1935 Her son George Herbert H. Shipstone was born on 16 October 1935 at Buxton, DBY.5,6 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 113 London Road, Buxton, DBY, as Shipstone, Florence M. (later Yates, then Bullock in 1845), female, born 16 Sep 1915, daily maid, in the household of Herbert Phillips, born 21 Jan 1863, labourer retired, widower, and Gertrude E C Phillips (later Cilman) bn 4 May 1896, unpaid domestic duties, and George S. Phillips, born 10 Feb 1920, Lorry Driver. She was enumerated with George Herbert H. Shipstone, Clearly, Florence is with her illegitimate son and her mother's family (grandfather, aunt & uncle). Her father is on his own nearby in Buxton..5 
Married Namebetween 1 January 1940 and 31 March 1940  As of between 1 January 1940 and 31 March 1940, her married name was Yates.5,7 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1940 and 31 March 1940  Her marriage was registered between 1 January 1940 and 31 March 1940 at R.D. Chapel-Le-F.7 
Marriage*between 1 January 1940 and 31 March 1940 Florence Minnie Shipstone married John W. Yates between 1 January 1940 and 31 March 1940 at R.D. Chapel-Le-F.5,7 
Resch Notebetween 1945 and 1946 Research Note:
Dates in 1939 registration indicate change of name/status in 23.8.45 and 2.4.46

This may have been a divorce, hence the 2 names in later marriage to Thomas Bullock.5
 
Married Namebetween 1 January 1953 and 31 March 1953  As of between 1 January 1953 and 31 March 1953, her married name was Bullock.7 
Death of SonJune 2002 Her son George Herbert H. Shipstone died in June 2002 at R.D. Stockport.6 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*January 2006  Her death was registered in January 2006 at R.D. Dudley Ref:
Name:     Florence Minnie Bullock
Death Age:     91
Birth Date:     16 Sep 1915
Registration Date:     Jan 2006
Registration district:     Dudley
Inferred County:     West Midlands
Register Number:     E008G
District and Subdistrict:     065/1E
Entry Number:     111

and

Name:     Florence Minnie Bullock
Death Age:     90
Birth Date:     16 Sep 1915
Registration Date:     Jan 2006
Registration district:     Dudley
Inferred County:     Staffordshire, Worcestershire
Register Number:     E008G
District and Subdistrict:     065/1E
Entry Number:     111.6 
Death*January 2006 Florence Minnie Shipstone died in January 2006 at R.D. Dudley.6 

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Family of Florence Minnie Shipstone and John W. Yates

Marriage*between 1 January 1940 and 31 March 1940 She married John W. Yates between 1 January 1940 and 31 March 1940 at R.D. Chapel-Le-F.5,7 
Last Edited8 May 2021

Citations

  1. (was "Florence E", but GRO online now has Florence Minnie).
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  4. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "St Mary the Virgin, Buxton, DBY."
  5. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  6. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  7. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."

Frances Elizabeth Shipstone1

F, #781, b. 28 April 1857, d. 22 February 1913
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  Frances Elizabeth Shipstone was also known as Fanny Elizabeth Shipstone. 
Name Variation  Frances Elizabeth Shipstone was also known as Fanny Shipstone. 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1857 and 30 June 1857  Her birth was registered between 1 April 1857 and 30 June 1857 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 125 Shipstone, Fanny Elizabeth mother: Dodson.2,3 
Birth*28 April 1857 Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, daughter of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson, was born on 28 April 1857 at New Basford, NTT.4,2,5 
 Frances Elizabeth Shipstone was the daughter of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson
(Born) BC*22 May 1857  Fanny Elizabeth's birth was registered on 22 May 1857 at R.D. Basford.5 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ7 April 1861 The 1861 UK Census of Horse & Groom, New Basford, NTT, listed Frances Elizabeth Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson described as Fanny Shipstone, daughter age 3 born Basford, Notts.4 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Radford Road, New Basford, NTT, listed Frances Elizabeth Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson described as Fanny E Shipston, daughter, unmarried age 13, scholar, born New Basford, NTT.6 
(Witness) Marriage16 September 1874 Frances Elizabeth Shipstone 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).7,8,9,10,11 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of 194 Radford Road, New Basford, NTT, listed Frances Elizabeth Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Frances Elizabeth Dodson described as Fanny Elizth. Shipstone, daughter, unmarried, age 23, born New Basford, Notts.12 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1889 and 30 September 1889  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1889 and 30 September 1889 at R.D. Basford.13 
(Bride) Marriage*11 September 1889 Frances Elizabeth Shipstone married James Selby 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/38/044.7,14,9,15,16 
Married Name11 September 1889  As of 11 September 1889, her married name was Selby.7,17,9,18,16 
(Subject) Newspaper*14 September 1889  Frances Elizabeth Shipstone and James Selby 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.16
 
Had a Son21 July 1890 Her son Edward James Selby was born on 21 July 1890 at Nottingham, NTT.19,20 
(Wife) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 She was wife of the head of household in the 1891 UK Census of 8 Arundel Street, Lenton, NTT, as Fanny E Selby, wife, married, age 33, born Radford, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband James Selby, 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.21 
Had a Daughter17 November 1891 Her daughter Mary Shipstone Selby was born on 17 November 1891 at Nottingham, NTT.19,22,23 
(Beneficiary) Will9 May 1895 Frances Elizabeth Shipstone was named as Frances Elizabeth Selby, daughter a beneficiary in the Will of James Shipstone dated 9 May 1895.14 
Death of Father21 October 1897 Her father James Shipstone died on 21 October 1897 at Harby Lodge, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham, NTT.24,25 
(Witness) Burial26 October 1897 Frances Elizabeth Shipstone witnessed the burial of James Shipstone on 26 October 1897 at Church (Rock) Cemetery, Nottingham, NTT.26 
Had a Son2 December 1900 Her son Ellis Gun Selby was born on 2 December 1900 at Nottingham, NTT.19,22,20 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*31 March 1901 She was wife of the head of household in the 1901 UK Census of Cropwell Road, Radcliffe on Trent, NTT, as Fanny Selby, age 43, born Nottingham. She was enumerated with her husband James Selby, 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.19 
(Beneficiary) Will13 June 1907 Frances Elizabeth Shipstone was named as Fanny Elizabeth Selby, daughter a beneficiary in the Will of Frances Elizabeth Dodson dated 13 June 1907.27 
Death of Mother12 December 1908 Her mother Frances Elizabeth Dodson died on 12 December 1908 at Harby Lodge, Pelham Road, Sherwood Rise, NTT.28 
(Wife) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of Highfield, Cropwell Road, Radcliffe-on-Trent, NTT, as Fanny Elizabeth Selby, wife, age 53, married 22 years, 3 children all living, born Nottingham, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband James Selby, 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.29 
(Deceased) Death*22 February 1913 Frances Elizabeth Shipstone died on 22 February 1913 at Redcot, Woodborough Road, Mapperley, NTT, Recorded as aged 54 at death.30 
(Interred) Burial*25 February 1913 She was buried on 25 February 1913 at Church or "Rock" Cemetery, Forest Recreation Ground, Nottingham, NTT, Tuesday 25th at 2:30 p.m. Age 54, wife of James Selby.31,30 
(Deceased) Prob Index*18 April 1913  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Selby, Fanny Elizabeth of Redcot, Woodborough Road Nottingham (wife of James Selby) died 23 February 1913. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to James Selby described as to Edward James Selby and James Henry Shipstone described as the said James Selby optician Edward James Selby medical student and James Henry Shipstone brewer on 18 April 1913 by The Probate Office, Nottingham. Estate valued at £23051 2s..25 
(Subject) Newspaper*3 May 1913  Frances Elizabeth Shipstone was the subject of a newspaper article on 3 May 1913.

Wills of To-Day

The following Wills have been proved:-


Mrs. Fanny Elizabeth Selby, of Redcot, Woodborough Road, Nottingham, net personalty, £18,513.32
 
Nickname1969  As of 1969, Frances Elizabeth Shipstone also went by the name of Fanny.33 
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 !"34 

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(Bride) Marriage*11 September 1889 Frances Elizabeth Shipstone married James Selby 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/38/044.7,14,9,15,16 
Children
Last Edited11 Apr 2021

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Frances Elizabeth Shipstone1

F, #1045, b. between 1 July 1876 and 30 September 1876
FatherJohn Shipstone1 b. 14 Feb 1844, d. 7 Apr 1880
MotherEmily Beauchamp1 b. 21 Feb 1850, d. 18 Dec 1925
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*between 1 July 1876 and 30 September 1876 Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, daughter of John Shipstone and Emily Beauchamp, was born between 1 July 1876 and 30 September 1876 at Newark, NTT.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1876 and 30 September 1876  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1876 and 30 September 1876 at R.D. Newark Ref: 7b, 386 Shipstone, Frances Elizabeth mother: Beauchamp.1,2 
Birth-Alt27 August 1876 Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, daughter of John Shipstone and Emily Beauchamp, was also reported to have been born on 27 August 1876 at Nottingham, NTT.3 
 Frances Elizabeth Shipstone was the daughter of John Shipstone and Emily Beauchamp.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of Newcastle Farm, Alfreton Road, Basford, NTT, listed Frances Elizabeth Shipstone in the household of Emily Beauchamp described as Frances E Shipstone, daughter, age 4, born Newark, NTT.4 
Resch Note1891 Research Note:
Walthamstow Hall was founded as an inter-denominational school and home for daughters of Christian missionaries. Moved to Hollybush Lane, Sevenoaks in 1882.5
 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of Walthamstow Hall School, Sevenoaks, KEN, listed Frances Elizabeth Shipstone described as Shipstone, Frances Elizabeth, pupil, single age 14 born in Nottinghamshire, Newark WALTHAMSTOW HALL,
SCHOOL FOR DAUGHTERS OF MISSIONARIES,SEVENOAKS, KENT.6,7 
Resch Note1898 Research Note:
Married John Smithard.
Not in FreeBMD. Did she marry abroad?8
 
Married Name1898  As of 1898, her married name was Smithard.9 
Marriage*1898 She married John Smithard in 1898.9 
Resch Note*1901 Research Note:
No evidence of Frances in 1901 census. No marriage before 1901 in UK.
Did she emigrate?
 
Resch Note2 November 1907 Research Note: at Quebec, Canada,
Arrived in Quebec, Canada.8
 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 609 Garratt Lane, Springfield, Wandsworth S.W., LND, listed Frances Elizabeth Shipstone described as Frances Elizabeth Smithard, sister-in-law age 34, married 13 years, born Newark-on-Trent, English, "best of the family"! enumerated with husband (and brother in law of the head) John Smithard, brother-in-law, age 44, married 13 years, no occupation, born London, "Beer shifter!" in the household of Reuben Clarke, butcher age 43 and his wife Mary Eliza Clarke age 43. One of their sons in a ship broker's clerk - and may explain the trips abroad.
Humerous comments were added for all persons in the "Infirmity" section, and the comment at the bottom of the page just sums up their approach "The whole jam family expecting an invite for the coronation from our Georgie!" Priceless! The house had 8 rooms.9 
Resch Note26 September 1911 Research Note: at New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.8 
Resch NoteApril 1940 Research Note:
No Frances E Shipstone in the USA census.

There is a Frances E married to a Herbert Scaife (warehouseman working in a brewery) in Los Angeles City.
(rented, $25).10
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper24 February 1941 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 24 February 1941. Named as Frances Elizabeth Taylor and Margaret Emily Taylor, with bequests of £200 each to his nieces (daughters of his brother John Shipstone) in the report of the bequests of Sir Thomas Shipstone (was her name really Taylor at that time?).11
 

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Family of Frances Elizabeth Shipstone and John Smithard

Marriage*1898 Frances Elizabeth Shipstone married John Smithard in 1898.9 
Last Edited11 Apr 2021

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  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
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Francis Edgar Shipstone1

M, #782, b. November 1875, d. 20 July 1917
FatherJames Shipstone b. bt 1 Jan 1846 - 31 Mar 1846, d. 8 Sep 1922
MotherLucy Barker 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
Was Poppied* Y. 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875  His birth was registered between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 181 Shipstone, Francis Edgar mother: Barker.2,3 
Birth*November 1875 Francis Edgar Shipstone, son of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker, was born in November 1875 at Basford, NTT.1,4 
 Francis Edgar Shipstone was the son of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of 5 Regent Street, New Basford, NTT, listed Francis Edgar Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker described as Francis E Shipstone, son age 5, scholar born Basford, Notts.5 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of Woodthorpe Lodge, Mansfield Road, Sherwood, Nottingham, NTT, listed Francis Edgar Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker described as Francis E. Shipstone, son age 15, scholar, born New Basford, NTT.6 
(Witness) Burial26 October 1897 Francis Edgar Shipstone witnessed the burial of James Shipstone on 26 October 1897 at Church (Rock) Cemetery, Nottingham, NTT.7 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 15 Magdala Rd., Nottingham, NTT, listed Francis Edgar Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker described as Francis Shipstone, son single age 25, maltster, worker, born Nottm, NTT.8 
Living*1906 Francis Edgar Shipstone was living in 1906 at Pelham Road, Nottingham, NTT.9 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 15 Magdala Road, Nottingham, NTT, listed Francis Edgar Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Lucy Barker described as Francis Edgar Shipstone, son, age 35, single, maltster, employer, born Old Basford, NTT.10 
Death of Mother13 February 1912 His mother Lucy Barker died on 13 February 1912 at Magdala Road, Nottingham, NTT.11,12,13,14 
Directory*between 1913 and 1914 Francis Edgar Shipstone was named between 1913 and 1914 in the Person index section of the Wrights Directory of Nottingham as Shipstone, Francis Edgar at 5 Ebers Grove, Nottingham, NTT.15 
(Mentioned) Newspaper9 August 1913 He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 9 August 1913. Mr. and Mrs. H. Shipstone and Mr. E. Shipstone (Notts) invitees and attendees at the marriage of Mr. James Shipstone to Mary Hancorne Nickolls in Grantham.16
 
Resch Note9 December 1915 Research Note:
Short Service Attestation

Name: Frances Edgar Shipstone
Address: 5 Ebers Grove, Carrington
British: Yes
Age: 40 years 1 months
Trade or calling: Maltster
Married: No
Served: No

Descriptive Report on Enlistment

Name: Frances Edgar Shipstone
Apparent Age: 40 years 1? months
Height: 5 feet 5 inches

Name & Address of Kin: James Shipstone, The Elms, Cropwell Butler, Notts
Relationship: Father

Military History Sheet
Home 9.12. 15
Home 23.12.15 to 20.4.16
Exped. Fce. France: 21.4.16 to 20.7.17

Name of Medals:
BW & VM, B.R.U.42

Army form B122
No 6306, Shipstone, 28th Battn. London Regt.,
F.E., D Company, Corps: Artists Rifles.
Enlistment: 18.12.15.4
 
Resch Note21 April 1916 Research Note:

Embarked for France

Military History Sheet
Home 9.12. 15
Home 23.12.15 to 20.4.16
Exped. Fce. France: 21.4.16 to 20.7.17.4
 
Address*20 July 1917  As of 20 July 1917, Francis Edgar Shipstone lived at 343 Mansfield Road, Nottingham, NTT.14 
(Interred) Burial*20 July 1917 He was buried on 20 July 1917 at III. F. 18, Pont-du-Jour Military Cemetery, Athies, Pas-de-Calais, France, Lance Corporal FRANCIS EDGAR SHIPSTONE

761317, 28th Bn., London Regiment (Artists' Rifles)
who died age 41
on 20 July 1917
Son of James and Lucy Shipstone, of Nottingham

Died and buried elsewhere, probably "Lonely House Cemetery, Gavrelle" and was brought to this cemetery when they were "concentrated".

Next of Kin: Mr. J.H. Shipstone, 4, Arlington Drive, Mapperley Park, Nottingham.17,18 
Death*20 July 1917 He died on 20 July 1917 at France.19,20,21 
Resch Noteafter 20 July 1917 Research Note:
Casualty Form

Regiment or Corps: 28th Battn, London Regiment (Artists Rifles)
No. 6366
Rank: Pte
Name: Frances Edgar Shipstone
Term: For the war
Service reconed from: 23/12/15

Embarked Southampton 21.4.16
Disembarked Rouen 22.4.16
Joined Battn in the field 27.4.16

23.6.17 O.C.Unit To Be Lance Crpl unpaid In the field 22.6.17 form O.1810 29
28.7.17 O.C.Unit Killed in Action In the field 20.7.17 form O.1810 35


Buried: Pont- du-Jour Military Cemetery No. 1

Home 9.12. 15
Res 10.12.15 to 22.12.15
Home 23.12.15 to 21.4.16
France: 22.4.16 to 20.7.17.4
 
(Subject) Newspaper*28 July 1917  He and James Shipstone were the subject of a newspaper article on 28 July 1917.

The Roll of Honour

Nottm. Brewer's Son Killed

Mr. James Shipstone, The Elms, Cropwell Butler, and Chairman of Messrs. J. Shipstone and Sons Ltd., brewers, New Basford, has been notified by the War Office that his second son, Corporal Francis Edgar Shipstone, London Regt., has been killed in action. The deceased, who was 40 years of age, was a partner and director of Messrs. N. Pratt and Son Ltd., maltsters, Nottingham, and was well known. He took great interest in local football and was an official and player of the Notts. Magdala Football Club, from which subsequently sprung the Nottinghamshire Magdala Amateurs F.C.22
 
(Subject) Newspaper30 July 1917  Francis Edgar Shipstone and James Shipstone were the subject of a newspaper article on 30 July 1917.

Local Casualties

Mr. James Shipstone, The Elms, Cropwell Butler, and Chairman of Messrs. J. Shipstone and Sons Ltd., brewers, New Basford, has been notified by the War Office that his second son, Corporal Francis Edgar Shipstone, London Regt., has been killed in action. The deceased, who was 40 years of age, was a partner and director of Messrs. N. Pratt and Son Ltd., maltsters, Nottingham, and was well known. He took great interest in local football and was an official and player of the Notts. Magdala Football Club, from which subsequently sprung the Nottinghamshire Magdala Amateurs F.C.23
 
(Subject) Newspaper30 July 1917  Francis Edgar Shipstone and James Shipstone were the subject of a newspaper article on 30 July 1917.

Deaths

Shipstone

Killed in action on the 19th inst., Corpl. Francis Edgar, London Regt., second son of James Shipstone, The Elms, Cropwell Butler.24
 
Resch Note*16 August 1917 Research Note:
Nottingham Corporation minutes of council meeting 16 August 1917 (also minutes 30 July 1917): Expression of sympathy to ... and Mr James Shipstone on the deaths of their sons whilst serving with the Colours.25
 
(Deceased) Prob Index*5 February 1918  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Shipstone, Francis Edgar of 343 Mansfield Rd., Nottm. (Lance Corporal in H.M. Army) died 19 July 1917 in France. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to James Shipstone described as James Shipstone, brewer on 5 February 1918 by The Probate Office, Nottingham. Estate valued at £2974-11-9.26 
(Subject) Newspaper27 February 1918  Francis Edgar Shipstone and James Shipstone were the subject of a newspaper article on 27 February 1918.

Corporal Shipstone's Estate

Corporal Francis Edgar Shipstone, London Regt., of 343 Mansfield-road, Nottingham, late a director of Messrs Nathan Pratt and Son, Ltd., maltsters, Nottingham, who was killed in France on July 19th last, second son of Mr. James Shipstone, chairman and managing-director of James Shipstone and Sons, The Star Brewery, New Basford, Nottingham, has left property of the value of £3,974 11s. 3d.27
 
Note1919 "19 - DEATH IS SWALLOWED UP IN VICTORY - 19"

Plaque: TITHBY-CUM-CROPWELL BUTLER
"THIS LYCH GATE IS
ERECTED IN MEMORY
OF THE FOLLOWING
MEN OF THIS PARISH
WHO FELL IN THE
GREAT WAR 1914-1919
/ (Names)/
"DUTY BRAVELY DONE"
1920"


FE Shipstone

Francis Edgar Shipstone
Person Details

Date of death
20 Jul 1917

Age at death
41

Service number
761317

Rank
Cpl

Military Unit
28th Bn London Regiment (Artists' Rifles)

Comments
Point-du-Jour Military Cemetery 3.F.18,Son of James and Lucy Shipstone of Nottingham.28 
Resch Note*9 September 1919 Research Note:
(document required for purpose of obtaining plaque and scroll in commemoration of the soldier named)

Descriptive report on enlistment

Name: Frances Edgar Shipstone
Apparent Age: 40 years 1 months
Height: 5 feet 5 inches

Name & Address of Kin: James Shipstone, The Elms, Cropwell Butler, Notts
Relationship: Father

Military History Sheet
Home 9.12. 15
Home 23.12.15 to 20.4.16
Exped. Fce. France: 21.4.16 to 20.7.17

Relatives

Father of soldier: James Shipstone, The Elms, Cropwell Butler, Notts
Mother of soldier: Lucy Shipstone, died February 13th 1912

Brothers, full blood:
J.H. Shipstone, 45 of 343 Mansfield Road, Nottm
R.A. Shipstone, 38 of 14, St. George's Terrace, Plymouth
J.H.G. Shipstone, 36, of East Heckington, Lincolnshire

Sister, full blood:
Edith Mary Morley, 44 of Bellmans Cottages, Dovercourt, Essex
A.C.E. Wing, 35 of 50, Belgrave Road, Ranmore, Sheffield

Declaration

James Shipstone, father, The Elms, Cropwell Butler, Notts
Dated at New Basford, 9th September 1919
Signature of Magistrate:
Thomas Shipstone, Justice of the Peace for the City of Nottingham
Qualification: Master Brewer, Lenton Firs, Nottingham.4
 
Note*1920 First World War
The First World War memorial measures 4' by 21". It is a brass plaque on oak with small brass flower holders and a wooden sconce with candles on either side. It was erected in 1920. The inscription reads:

TO THE
GREATER GLORY OF GOD
AND IN MEMORY OF THE
MEN OF THIS PARISH WHO FELL
IN THE GREAT WAR.

GRANT THEM O LORD ETERNAL REST


Includes:
CPL. F.E. SHIPSTONE

There is also a First World War memorial at the lych gate of the cemetery, which is situated at Cropwell Butler.29 
Resch Note13 February 1922 Research Note:
Receipt of British War and Victory Medals granted in respect of Private F.E. Shipstone, 28th Bn. London Regiment.
Dated: 13 Feb 1922
Signed: James Shipstone.4
 
Resch Note11 November 1922 Research Note: at Nottingham Boys High School, Waverley Road, Nottingham, NTT,
FE Shipstone is named on the memoral at the school.

Over 1,000 Old Boys served in the Great War. A tablet inscribed with the names of Old Boys who died in the Second World War has been added to the memorial as has a tablet with additional names of Great War casualties.

A Roll of Honour, designed and emblazoned by Mr EM Betts, the school’s art master, was unveiled in the school by the Mayor of Nottingham, Alderman EL Manning, on 12 July 1923. The ROH lists the names of over 200 Old Boys and masters who died in the war.

Includes:
F.E. SHIPSTONE
(probably both on the roll and the memorial).30
 

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Last Edited11 Apr 2021

Citations

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  23. [S94] "Lincolnshire Echo - Nottm. Brewer's son Killed; Monday 30th July 1917."
  24. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Deaths - Shipstoned; Monday 30th July 1917, p3."
  25. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "https://secure.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/RollOfHonour/People/Details/21758."
  26. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index.
  27. [S94] "Nottingham Journal "Corporal Shipstyone's estate"; Wednesday 27th Feb 1918."
  28. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Tythby cum Cropwell Butler
    http://www.ukniwm.org.uk/server/show/conMemorial.34
    Nottingham County Council Roll of Honour
    http://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/rollofhonour/WarMemorials/Details/8."
  29. [S2] MI "Tythby Parish Church."
  30. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "https://secure.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/RollOfHonour/WarMemorials/Details/558."

George Shipstone

M, #783, b. 15 September 1867, d. between 1 July 1869 and 30 September 1869
FatherWilliam SHIPSTONE b. 17 Dec 1823, d. 14 Jul 1886
MotherAnn BINGHAM b. 8 Apr 1826, d. 9 Aug 1896
RelationshipGreat-granduncle 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 July 1867 and 30 September 1867  His birth was registered between 1 July 1867 and 30 September 1867 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 137 Shipstone George, mother: Bingham.1 
Birth*15 September 1867 George Shipstone, son of William SHIPSTONE and Ann BINGHAM, was born on 15 September 1867 at R.D. Basford.2 
 George Shipstone was the son of William SHIPSTONE and Ann BINGHAM
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1869 and 30 September 1869  His death was registered between 1 July 1869 and 30 September 1869 at R.D. Radford Ref: 7b 110, SHIPSTONE George age 2

Only George in GRO deaths of the right age (2), but Radford was unexpected.3 
Death*between 1 July 1869 and 30 September 1869 George Shipstone died between 1 July 1869 and 30 September 1869 at R.D. Radford.4,3 

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Known family has already been included
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No entry in National Probate Calendar 1858-1966 after death
Last Edited11 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  3. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths.
  4. [S1] Census.

George Herbert H. Shipstone1,2

M, #3223, b. 16 October 1935, d. June 2002
MotherFlorence Minnie Shipstone1 b. 16 Sep 1915, d. Jan 2006
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 Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
(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. Chapel-Le-F Ref: 7b, 1111 Shipstone, George H. H. mother: Shipstone.3 
Birth*16 October 1935 George Herbert H. Shipstone, son of Florence Minnie Shipstone, was born on 16 October 1935 at Buxton, DBY.1,2 
 George Herbert H. Shipstone was the son of Florence Minnie Shipstone.1 
(Present-Other) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 The 1939 UK Register of 113 London Road, Buxton, DBY, listed George Herbert H. Shipstone in the household of Florence Minnie Shipstone described as Shipstone, Florence M. (later Yates, then Bullock in 1845), female, born 16 Sep 1915, daily maid, in the household of Herbert Phillips, born 21 Jan 1863, labourer retired, widower, and Gertrude E C Phillips (later Cilman) bn 4 May 1896, unpaid domestic duties, and George S. Phillips, born 10 Feb 1920, Lorry Driver with Clearly, Florence is with her illegitimate son and her mother's family (grandfather, aunt & uncle). Her father is on his own nearby in Buxton..1 
Death*June 2002 George Herbert H. Shipstone died in June 2002 at R.D. Stockport.2 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*June 2002  His death was registered in June 2002 at R.D. Stockport Name:     George Herbert H Shipstone
Death Age:     66
Birth Date:     16 Oct 1935
Registration Date:     Jun 2002
Registration district:     Stockport
Inferred County:     Cheshire, Lancashire
Register Number:     D75A
District and Subdistrict:     0131D
Entry Number:     62.2 

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Last Edited11 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."

Gladys Muriel Shipstone1,2

F, #784, b. 25 May 1894, d. between 1 October 1972 and 31 December 1972
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
Birth*25 May 1894 Gladys Muriel Shipstone, daughter of Enoch Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes, was born on 25 May 1894 at Basford, NTT.1,2,3 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1894 and 30 June 1894  Her birth was registered between 1 April 1894 and 30 June 1894 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 214 Shipstone, Gladys Muriel mother: Fewkes.2,4 
 Gladys Muriel Shipstone was the daughter of Enoch Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 7 Second Avenue, Nottingham, NTT, listed Gladys Muriel Shipstone in the household of Enoch Shipstone and Ada Alice Fewkes described as Gladys M. Shipstone, daughter, single age 6, born Basford, NTT.1 
(Beneficiary) Will14 January 1907 Gladys Muriel Shipstone was named as Gladys Muriel Shipstone, daughter, a beneficiary in the Will of Enoch Shipstone dated 14 January 1907.5 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of Worcester Park Boarding School, Westgate on Sea, KEN, listed Gladys Muriel Shipstone described as Muriel Gladys Shipstone, pupil, female, age 16, single, scholar in boarding school, born New Basford, NTT.6 
(Beneficiary) Will2 February 1912 She was named as Gladys Muriel Shipstone, daughter, a beneficiary in the Will of Enoch Shipstone dated 2 February 1912.5 
(Mentioned) Newspaper30 May 1914 Gladys Muriel Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 30 May 1914. "The testator (Mr. Enoch Shipstone) left £200 to his wife, Mrs. Ada Shipstone, and the residue of his property to her during widowhood, with remainder upon trust in equal shares for his daughters, Dorothea, Gladys Muriel and Sylvia Kathleen."7
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper10 May 1919 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 10 May 1919. One possibility for the "Miss Shipstone" who was driving her mother's car when it had an accident on the Sleaford Road, nr Boston.8
 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1920 and 30 September 1920  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1920 and 30 September 1920 at R.D. Nottingham.9 
Married Name29 July 1920  As of 29 July 1920, her married name was Middleton.10,11 
(Bride) Marriage*29 July 1920 She married Charles Henry Middleton on 29 July 1920 at St. John's Church, Carrington, NTT.10,12,11 
(Subject) Newspaper*29 July 1920  Gladys Muriel Shipstone and Charles Henry Middleton were the subject of a newspaper article on 29 July 1920.

Wedding Bells
Trio of Nottingham marriages

Middleton - Shipstone


At St. John's, Carrington, the marriage took place to-day of Mr. Charles H. Middleton, and Miss Gladys Muriel, second daughter of the late Mr. Enoch Shipstone and Mrs. Enoch Shipstone, Algoa House, Private-road, Sherwood.
The bride who was given away by her uncle, Mr. James Shipstone, The Elms, Cropwell, wore a dress of crepe de chine and georgette and train, veil and orange blossom, and carried a sheaf bouquet of lilies and pink carnations. The bridesmaids, the Misses Dorothea and Sylvia Kathleen Shipstone, wore mauve taffeta dresses and black hats, and carried bouquets of mauve sweet peas. Flight-Lieut. F. P. Adams, of the Air Ministry, was the best man.
The service was conducted by the Rev. Canon Holbrook, assisted by the Rev. C. Dudley Hart, and the special hymn was "Love Divine". A reception was subsequently held at the Victoria Station Hotel, and the newly married couple later left for a motor tour in Scotland.11
 
(Subject) Newspaper30 July 1920  Gladys Muriel Shipstone and Charles Henry Middleton were the subject of a newspaper article on 30 July 1920.

Local Wedding

Mr C.H. Middleton and Miss G.M. Shipstone


Miss Gladys Muriel, second daughter of the late Mr. Enoch Shipstone and Mrs. Enoch Shipstone, Algoa House, Private-road, Sherwood, was married yesterday to Mr. C.H. Middleton of Worksop, at St. John's Church, Carrington.
The bride was given away by her uncle, Mr. James Shipstone, of The Elms, Cropwell, and the bridesmaids were the Misses Sylvia, Kathleen and Dorothea Shipstone. The Rev. Canon Holbrook, assisted by the Rev. C. Dudley Hart,
conducted the ceremony, and after the reception at the Victoria Hotel, Mr. and Mrs. Middleton left for their honeymoon in Scotland.13

 
(Beneficiary) Will13 May 1931 Gladys Muriel Shipstone was named as "my niece Gladys Middleton, my two Candelabra in Dresden China and two Dresden vases on pedestals", a beneficiary in the Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931.14 
(Present-Second) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed next to the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 18 Shepherds Avenue, Worksop, NTT, as Middleton, Gladys M., female, born 25 May 1895, married, unpaid domestic duties. She was enumerated with Charles Henry Middleton, a domestic servant, Jessie Exton born 1915. Next door to Henry Middleton born 1873 - probably a younger brother..15 
(Mentioned) Newspaper24 February 1947 Gladys Muriel Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 24 February 1947. Named as Mrs. C. H. Middleton, mourner at the funeral of Mrs. Dorrie Shipstone.16
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper7 February 1958 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 7 February 1958. Named as "Mrs. Charles Middleton" cousin and mourner at the funeral of Mr James Henry Shipstone.17
 
(Spouse of dec/admn) Prob Index29 September 1960 She described as Gladys Muriel Middleton widow was named as the wife of Charles Henry Middleton (deceased) and as administrator of his Estate on 29 September 1960 at The Probate Office, London, valued at £2544 7s. 3d..18 
(Mentioned) Newspaper1 April 1961 Gladys Muriel Shipstone was mentioned in a newspaper article on 1 April 1961. As Mrs. Gladys Middleton, a surviving Sister of Miss Dorothea Shipstone, in her obituary.19
 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1972 and 31 December 1972  Her death was registered between 1 October 1972 and 31 December 1972 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 3c 1094, born 25 May 1894, died as Gladys Muriel Middleton.3 
Death*between 1 October 1972 and 31 December 1972 She died between 1 October 1972 and 31 December 1972 at R.D. Nottingham.3 

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Family of Gladys Muriel Shipstone and Charles Henry Middleton

(Bride) Marriage*29 July 1920 Gladys Muriel Shipstone married Charles Henry Middleton on 29 July 1920 at St. John's Church, Carrington, NTT.10,12,11 
Last Edited11 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  3. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  5. [S14] Will "Enoch Shipstone, written 14 Jan 1907."
  6. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  7. [S94] "Nottingham Journal - Recent Wills: 30 May 1914 p6 of 8."
  8. [S94] "Boston Guardian "Motor-Car Accident" 10 May 1919 p7 of 12."
  9. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Ancestry."
  10. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage.
  11. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "NEP 29 Jul 1920, P3 of 4, Marriages, Middleton-Shipstone."
  12. [S40] Nottingham Guardian Journal, "Death of Miss Dorothea Shipstone, Article dated 1st April 1961."
  13. [S40] Nottingham Guardian Journal, "Nottm Guardian journal 30 Jul 1920, P5 of 8, Local Wedding, Middleton-Shipstone."
  14. [S14] Will "Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931."
  15. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  16. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Funeral of Mrs. D. Shipstone Monday 24 Feb 1947."
  17. [S40] Nottingham Guardian Journal, "Funeral of James Henry Shipstone - 07 Feb 1958."
  18. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "FindMyPast."
  19. [S40] Nottingham Guardian Journal, "The Death of Miss Dorothea Shipstone, article dated 1st April 1961."

Gordon Henry Shipstone1,2

M, #785, b. between 1 July 1897 and 30 September 1897, d. 21 March 1918
FatherJames Shipstone1 b. 17 Oct 1865, d. 23 Jul 1948
MotherCharlotte Draper1 b. 21 Aug 1867, d. 29 Dec 1943
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
Resch Note Research Note:
102nd Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps
See more at: http://www.wartimememoriesproject.com/greatwar/allied/ramc102fldambl-gw.php#sthash.pO2vVIKv.dpuf

102nd Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps served with 334th Division. The Division was formed as part of Kitchener's Fifth New Army and was mainly comprised of locally raised Pals Battalions. After initial training near home, they concentrated at Ripon in Yorkshire in mid 1915, In late August they moved to Salisbury Plain to begin final training. They proceeded to France in January 1916 and concentrated at La Crosse, east of St Omer. They were in action during the Battles of the Somme, including the capture of Scots and Sausage Redoubts, The Battles of Bazentin Ridge and Pozieres Ridge. 103rd Brigade and the Divisional Pioneers also saw action in The Battle of Flers-Courcelette. In 1917 they fought in the The First and Second Battles of the Scarpe and the The Battle of Arleux during the Arras Offensive. In August they were involved in the fighting at Hargicourt and in October they took part in The Third Battles of Ypres at the Broenbeek. In 1918 they were in action in The Battle of St Quentin and then moved to Flanders seeing action in The Battle of Estaires, The Battle of Bailleul and The First Battle for Kemmel Ridge during the Battles of the Lys, suffering heavy losses. The 34th Division was then withdrawn from fighting and on the 21st of April they moved to the area west of Poperinge for reorganisation and was engaged in digging a new defensive line between Abeele and Watou. On the 13th of May the infantry units moved to the area around Lumbres and reduced to a cadre which was then employed in the training of newly arrived American troops. By the 1st of July 1918 34th Division had been reconstituted and returned to action, at The Battles of the Soissonais, the Ourcq and the capture of Baigneux Ridge. They took part in the Final Advance in Flanders and at the Armistice was at rest in the area east of Courtrai. 34th Division was selected to join the Army of Occupation and began to move towards Germany on the 14th of November. On the 22nd of December a large number men with industrial and mining skills were demobilised. By the end of January 1919 the Division was occupying the Cologne bridgehead.

Therefore Gordon Henry Shipstone was likely to be killed during day 1 of the battle of St. Quentin.3,4
 
Resch Note Research Note:
64762 Shipstone, Gordon Henry
Examined on 15 Sep 1915 at Ilkeston
Declared age: 19 3/12 years
Trace: Lace draughtsman
Height 5 feet 8 inches
Weight 121 pounds
Chest 35 inches
Range 3 inches
Vaccinated: Infancy
Vision: D/24 D/24 fit for R.A.M.C.
Enlisted: Ilkeston 15 Sep 1915
Joined on Enlistment: R.A.M. Corps 64762
Became non-effective by: Death.
Death accepted for W.O. purposes 21 Mar 1918.5
 
Was Poppied* Y. 
Birth*between 1 July 1897 and 30 September 1897 Gordon Henry Shipstone, son of James Shipstone and Charlotte Draper, was born between 1 July 1897 and 30 September 1897 at Long Eaton, DBY.1,6 
(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. Shardlow Ref: 7b, 501 Shipstone, Gordon Henry mother: Draper.2,7 
 Gordon Henry Shipstone was the son of James Shipstone and Charlotte Draper.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of Station Road, Sandiacre, DBY, listed Gordon Henry Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Charlotte Draper described as Gordon H Shipstone, son, single age 3, born Long Eaton, DBY.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 26 Derby Road, Long Eaton, DBY, listed Gordon Henry Shipstone in the household of James Shipstone and Charlotte Draper described as Gordon Henry Shipstone, son, male, age 13, school, born Long Eaton, DBY.8 
Resch Note*15 September 1915 Research Note: at Ilkeston, DBY,
Methodist.

No. 64762
Shipstone, G.H.
R.A.M. corps

Name: Gordon Henry Shipstone
Address: 8 Lion Grove, Long Eaton, Derbyshire
British subject: Yes
Trade: Lace Draughtsman
...
Witness Signed J I? Selby
Assigned to the R.A.M.C.5
 
Resch Notebetween 15 September 1915 and 21 March 1915 Research Note:
Service record:
Enlisted 15.9.15
Embarked S'hampton 9/1/16 with unit
Disembarked Havre 10/1/16 102 Fd. Ambce.
Leave & ration allce. from 30/7/17 to 9/8/17 in the field
14/9/17 Granted first G C badge (good conduct badge)
30/3/18 reported missing by 102 F.A. from 21/3/18
14/10/19 Officially accepted as dead. Memo Roll 90/1666/19.5
 
Resch Notebetween 15 September 1915 and 21 March 1918 Research Note:
Service towards limited engagement recons from 15.9.15

R.A.M.C. attested 15/9/15
Joined Sheffield 16/9/15
R.A.M.C. "S" coy listed pte 17/9/15
R.A.M.C. L. C. "Eastbourne" 24/9/15
Posted 102 F.A. 24/9/15
102 f.a. Granted fifth rate of Corps pay 14.10.15 (102 Field Ambulance)
Reported missing on or since 21 Mar 1918
B.E.F. France. death accepted by W.O. for official purposes on or shortly after death 21 Mar 1918
Service 2 years 188 days.5
 
Resch Note28 September 1915 Research Note: at Bulford Hospital, Bulford Camp, Bulford, WLT,
Antityphoid Inoculation
First Innoculation. Dose given 9m.5
 
Resch Note8 October 1915 Research Note: at Bulford Hospital, Bulford Camp, Bulford, WLT,
Antityphoid Inoculation
Second Innoculation. Dose given 18m.5
 
(Interred) BurialMarch 1918 Gordon Henry Shipstone was buried in March 1918 at Pozieres memorial, Somme, Picardy Region, France, Birth: unknown
Death: Mar. 21, 1918


Inscription:
Royal Army Medical Corps

Note: 64762

Burial:
Pozieres Memorial
Somme
Picardie Region, France
Plot: Panel 95.9 
(Deceased) Death*21 March 1918 He died on 21 March 1918 at France Private GORDON HENRY SHIPSTONE
64762, 102nd Field Amb, Royal Army Medical Corps
who died
on 21 March 1918.
Mentioned on Pozieres memorial, panel 95.10,11 
(Interred) Burial*after 21 March 1918 He was buried after 21 March 1918 at Panel 95 B, Pozieres Memorial, Pozieres, The Somme, France, Private GORDON HENRY SHIPSTONE
64762, 102nd Field Amb, Royal Army Medical Corps
who died
on 21 March 1918.
Mentioned on Pozieres memorial, panel 95, though this is not his exact resting place.

In fact, the memorial is to the missing (14,000 names) who died on the Somme from 21 March to 7 August 1918, so is not his actual resting place.10,12 
Resch Note*19 September 1919 Research Note:
Letter to Mr. Shipstone of 8 Lime Grove Long Eaton Deryshire, from R.A.M.Corps Record Office, Woking

A standard form asking
"in order to dispose of the plaque and scroll in commemmoration of the soldier named overleaf in accordance with the wishes of His Majesty the King, I have to request that the requisite information regarding the soldiers relatives now living may be furnished on the form overleaf ..."

64762 Pte G.H. Shipstone, deceased 21/3/18

Widow: Nil
Children: Nil
Father: James Shipstone 8 Lime Grove Long Eaton DBY
Mother: Charlotte Shipstone 8 Lime Grove Long Eaton DBY
Brothers full blood:
James W Shipstone 29
John Ed. Shipstone 14
Kenneth D. Shipstone 10
all of 8 Lime Grove Long Eaton DBY
Half blood: Nil
Sisters full blood:
Mary Shipstone 27
Mabel V Booth 25
Sarah Shipstone 23
Lottie Shipstone 20
all of 8 Lime Grove Long Eaton DBY
Half blood: Nil

Declaration by James Shipstone, father, of 8 Lime Grove Long Eaton DBY

Dated at Bourne House, 29 Sep 1919
Signed Harry Aldridge, Minister of religion, 75 Derby Road, Long Eaton.5
 

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Died having had no children
Known family has already been included
Known not to be married
1st cousin of main line
No entry in National Probate Calendar 1858-1966 after death
Last Edited11 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO 1837 index."
  3. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://www.1914-1918.net/bat22-1.html."
  4. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://www.wartimememoriesproject.com/greatwar/allied/ramc102fldambl-gw.php."
  5. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast."
  6. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  7. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GRO Online."
  8. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  9. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "www.findagrave.com."
  10. [S66] Website CWGC (www.cwgc.org) "Service number 64762."
  11. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://www.myremembranceday.org.uk/Memorials/MemorialDisplay.aspx?memorialId=708&Donate=true."
  12. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://www.greatwar.co.uk/somme/cemetery-pozieres.htm."

Harold Shipstone1

M, #786, b. 18 August 1890, d. 7 February 1956
FatherEdward Shipstone1 b. 8 Nov 1861, d. 13 Aug 1919
MotherElizabeth Boden Mellor1 b. bt 1 Oct 1858 - 31 Dec 1858, d. 23 Jan 1934
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 July 1890 and 30 September 1890  His birth was registered between 1 July 1890 and 30 September 1890 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 131 Shipstone, Harold mother: Mellor.2,3 
Birth*18 August 1890 Harold Shipstone, son of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor, was born on 18 August 1890 at Eastwood, NTT.1,2,4 
 Harold Shipstone was the son of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of Scargill Street, Eastwood, NTT, listed Harold Shipstone in the household of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor described as Harold Shipstone, son, single age 8 months, born Eastwood, NTT.5 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of Nottingham Rd, Giltbrook, Greasley, NTT, listed Harold Shipstone in the household of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor described as Harold Shipston, son, single, age 10 born Eastwood, NTT.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of Gilt Brook, Nottingham, NTT, listed Harold Shipstone in the household of Edward Shipstone and Elizabeth Boden Mellor described as Harold Shipstone, son, male age 20, single, baker & confectioner, worker, born Eastwood NTT.6 
(Groom) 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. Basford.7 
(Groom) Marriage*between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 Harold Shipstone married Gertrude Johnson between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 at R.D. Basford.7 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 July 1919 and 30 September 1919 His daughter Kathleen Elizabeth Shipstone was born between 1 July 1919 and 30 September 1919 at R.D. Basford.2 
Death of Father13 August 1919 His father Edward Shipstone died on 13 August 1919 at Greasley, NTT.8 
Directory*1921 Harold Shipstone was named in 1921 in the Polling District F. Parish of Eastwood
Between 14 and 15 Bridge Terrace, The Breach (Eastwood)
1921 Autumn
326 R O, Shipstone, Harold at Bridge Tearrace, The Breach, Eastwood, NTT.9 
Directory1923 He and Gertrude Johnson were named in 1923 in the Polling District F. Parish of Eastwood
Between 14 and 15 Bridge Terrace, The Breach (Eastwood))
1923 Spring
342 R O, Shipstone, Harold
343 HO HO, Shipstone, Gertrude at Bridge Tearrace, The Breach, Eastwood, NTT.9 
Directory*1924 Harold Shipstone and Gertrude Johnson were named in 1924 in the Polling District F. Parish of Eastwood
Between 14 and 15 Bridge Terrace, The Breach (Eastwood)
1924 Autumn
357 R O, Shipstone, Harold
358 HO HO, Shipstone, Gertrude at Bridge Terrace, The Breach, Eastwood, NTT.9 
Directory1926 Harold Shipstone and Gertrude Johnson were named in 1926 in the Polling District F. Parish of Eastwood
Between 14 and 15 Bridge Terrace, The Breach (Eastwood)
1926 Spring
2073 R O, Shipstone, Harold
2074 HO HO, Shipstone, Gertrude at Bridge Tearrace, The Breach, Eastwood, NTT.9 
(Distribution) Will13 September 1927 Harold Shipstone was named as Harold Shipstone, 1/440 share worth $20.27 in the distribution account for the Estate of Joseph Bingham dated 13 September 1927.10 
Directory1928 Harold Shipstone and Gertrude Johnson were named in 1928 in the Polling District F. Parish of Eastwood
Between 14 and 15 Bridge Terrace, The Breach (Eastwood)
1928
2125 R O, Shipstone, Harold
2126 HO HO, Shipstone, Gertrude at Bridge Tearrace, The Breach, Eastwood, NTT.9 
(Subject) Newspaper*10 December 1928  Harold Shipstone was the subject of a newspaper article on 10 December 1928.

Suffocated?

Baker found Dead with Head in Dough

Mansfield Sensation

Two others overcome by fumes

A sensational discovery was made at a Mansfield bakery early this morning, an employee named William Smith, aged 46, a married man, of 18 Hibbert-street, Mansfield, being found dead, apparently from suffocation, with his head buried in a trough of dough.

Within less than an hour, two other bakers, George Bradder, single of 116 Brownlow-road, Mansfield, and Harold Shipstone, married, of Heanor, and lodging at Peck's Hill, Mansfield, were overcome by fumes but survived after medical treatment.

It appears that the bakery, which is situated in Broomhill-lane, formerly belonged to Mr. S. Binch, but on his death a short while ago the business passed into the hands of his son who lives on the premises.

Mrs. Binch told the "Post" that the ovens were fired yesterday for the first time for a fortnight, and that Smith started to work shortly before midnight.

At about 3.30 a.m. when Bradder went on duty to assist him, he found a strange smell of sulphur in the bakehouse, and Smith lying dead with his head in a trough of dough.

At the time he appears to have had no reason to connect Smith's condition with the fumes that filled the bakehouse, for, along with Shipstone, he resumed the work that Smith has started.

Within less than an hour, however, both men were overpowered by the fumes, and Shipstone collapsed unconscious on the floor.

(picture of Mr. W. Smith)

Fortunately Bradder was able to stagger to the open air, and secure the assistance of other men who carried Shipstone into Mr. Binch's house for treatment.

Both men were afterwards examined by Dr. T. Tate.

Sulphur-like Smell

He came to the conclusion that they were suffering from some sort of asphyxia.

During the morning, Bradder has revided sufficiently to be removed in one of the bakery vans to his house which was only a short distance away.

The other man, however, remained in Mr. Binch's house for some time.
As to the origin of the fumes, various theories are advanced.

One is that they arose from the dough, and another that there was a leakage from the ovens, which are situated in the same building as the bakehouse.

An employee of Mr. Binch, who had entered the bakery some time after the discovery, told the "Post" that the fumes had a distinct sulphur-like smell such as produced by a coke fire.

During the morning Mr. B. Allman, the chief sanitory inspector to the Mansfield Corporation paid a visit to the bakery.

It is understood that a post-mortem examination of the deceased is to be made, and an analysis of the dough in the trough to be carried-out.

Deceased was formerly in Nottingham, but had lived in Mansfield for about 26 years. He was an experienced baker, and before going into Mtr. Binch's employ three years ago, had worked at other bakeries in the town. He had a family of six.11
 
Directory1931 He and Gertrude Johnson were named in 1931 in the Polling District F. Parish of Eastwood
South Street (Eastwood))
1931
3318 R O, Shipstone, Harold 31
3319 Rw Dw, Shipstone, Gertrude 31 at 31 South Street, Eastwood, NTT.9 
Directory*1932 Harold Shipstone and Ethel Shipstone were named in 1932 in the Polling District C. Mansfield - East Ward
Peck's Hill
18104 R O Green, George Wharton 26
18105 Rw Dw, Green, Ethel 26
18105 R -, Shipstone, Harold 26

So Harold is found with his sister and her husband. at 26 Pecks Hill, Mansfield East Ward, NTT.9 
Death of Mother23 January 1934 His mother Elizabeth Boden Mellor died on 23 January 1934.12 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 He was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 19 Harrington Street, Mansfield, NTT, as Shipstone Harold, male, born 18 Aug 1890, married, bread baker. He was enumerated with Gertrude Johnson, one closed record, presumably their daughter. Recorded as Slipstone - correction submitted. Living next door to daughter's husband-to-be, Arthur H. Deeming.4 
(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. Mansfield Ref: 3c 179, Shipstone, Harold age 65.13,14 
(Deceased) Death*7 February 1956 Harold Shipstone died on 7 February 1956 at Eastwood, NTT, Age 65.15 
(Interred) Burial*after 7 February 1956 He was buried after 7 February 1956 at New Eastwood Cemetery, Eastwood, NTT, "In loving memory of
Harold SHIPSTONE
who died Feb 7th 1956
aged 65 years
at rest
Gertrude SHIPSTONE
A dear wife & Mother
died March 5th 1975
aged 82 years
Reunited
God bless."16 

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ValueNotes
Known to have had children
Known family has already been included
Named in the Estate of Joseph Bingham
Known to be married
1st cousin of main line
No entry in National Probate Calendar 1858-1966 after death

Child of Harold Shipstone and Gertrude Johnson

(Groom) Marriage*between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 Harold Shipstone married Gertrude Johnson between 1 July 1913 and 30 September 1913 at R.D. Basford.7 
Child
Last Edited11 Apr 2021

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  5. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  6. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
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  16. [S2] MI "New Eastwood Cemetery, NTT."