Phyllis Margaret Slator1,2

F, #3186, b. between 1 April 1909 and 30 June 1909
FatherRobert William Slator1 b. bt 1 Apr 1887 - 30 Jun 1887
MotherEliza Ann Bingham1 b. bt 4 Apr 1888 - 31 Dec 1888
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1909 and 30 June 1909  Her birth was registered between 1 April 1909 and 30 June 1909 at R.D. Chesterfield Ref: 7b, 823 Slator, Phyllis Margaret mother: Bingham

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Ref: 7b, 858 Slater, Phyllis May mother: Freer.3 
Birth*between 1 April 1909 and 30 June 1909 Phyllis Margaret Slator, daughter of Robert William Slator and Eliza Ann Bingham, was born between 1 April 1909 and 30 June 1909 at R.D. Chesterfield.1 
 Phyllis Margaret Slator was the daughter of Robert William Slator and Eliza Ann Bingham.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of Briarley Cottage, Sheepbridge, Chesterfield, DBY, listed Phyllis Margaret Slator in the household of Edward Bingham and Eliza Chapman described as Phyllis M. Slator, daughter (of Robert William & Eliza Ann Slator), age 2, born Newbold, DBY.4 

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Citations

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

Robert William Slator1

M, #3182, b. between 1 April 1887 and 30 June 1887
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1887 and 30 June 1887  His birth was registered between 1 April 1887 and 30 June 1887 at R.D. Chesterfield Ref: 7b, 695 Slator, Robert William mother: Blount.2 
Birth*between 1 April 1887 and 30 June 1887 Robert William Slator was born between 1 April 1887 and 30 June 1887 at Shirland, DBY.1,2 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1907 and 31 December 1907  His marriage was registered between 1 October 1907 and 31 December 1907 at R.D. Chesterfield.3 
Marriage*25 December 1907 He married Eliza Ann Bingham, daughter of Edward Bingham and Eliza Chapman, on 25 December 1907 at The parish church, Newbold & Dunstan, DBY.1,3,4 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 April 1909 and 30 June 1909 His daughter Phyllis Margaret Slator was born between 1 April 1909 and 30 June 1909 at R.D. Chesterfield.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of Briarley Cottage, Sheepbridge, Chesterfield, DBY, listed Robert William Slator in the household of Edward Bingham and Eliza Chapman described as Robert W. Slater, son-in-law, age 23, marrried 3 years, 1 child living, Fitter, Iron work, worker, born Shirland, DBY.5 

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Marriage*25 December 1907 Robert William Slator married Eliza Ann Bingham, daughter of Edward Bingham and Eliza Chapman, on 25 December 1907 at The parish church, Newbold & Dunstan, DBY.1,3,4 
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Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  4. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Ancestry Derbyshire Marriages."
  5. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.

Dorothy Annie Slowe1

F, #1990, b. 9 June 1899, d. between 1 July 1977 and 30 September 1977
FatherFrank Albert Slowe1 b. 7 Apr 1872, d. 16 Feb 1951
MotherAnnie Maria Minerva Rudkin1 b. 1 Feb 1868, d. 12 Dec 1960
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
Birth*9 June 1899 Dorothy Annie Slowe, daughter of Frank Albert Slowe and Annie Maria Minerva Rudkin, was born on 9 June 1899 at Sale, CHE.1,2,3 
 Dorothy Annie Slowe was the daughter of Frank Albert Slowe and Annie Maria Minerva Rudkin.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1899 and 30 September 1899  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1899 and 30 September 1899 at R.D. Bucklow Ref: 8a, 169 Slowe, Dorothy mother: Rudkin.4,5 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of Amazonas, Wardle Road, Sale, CHE, listed Dorothy Annie Slowe in the household of Frank Albert Slowe and Annie Maria Minerva Rudkin described as Dorothy Slowe, daughter, age 1, born Sale, CHE.6 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 17 Barrett Road, Birkdale, LAN, listed Dorothy Annie Slowe in the household of Frank Albert Slowe and Annie Maria Minerva Rudkin described as Dorothy Annie Slowe, daughter, age 11, scholar, born Sale, CHE.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 The 1939 UK Register of Tofino, Chestnut Avenue, Barton-on-Sea, HAM, listed Dorothy Annie Slowe in the household of Frank Albert Slowe and Annie Maria Minerva Rudkin described as Slowe, Dorothy A., female born 9 Jun 1899, single, domestic service, teacher H.C.C. St. John's ambulance Aux. 1st aid post A. H. ...3 
(Administrator) Prob Index26 January 1961 Authority was granted to Dorothy Annie Slowe described as Dorothy Annie Slowe, spinster to administer the Estate of Annie Maria Minerva Rudkin on 26 January 1961 at The Probate Office, Winchester, valued at £20082 13s. 9d..7 
(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. Southampton Ref: 20, 1000 as Dorothy Annie Slowe, born 9 Jun 1899.2 
Death*between 1 July 1977 and 30 September 1977 Dorothy Annie Slowe died between 1 July 1977 and 30 September 1977 at R.D. Southampton.2 

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Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  3. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  5. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  6. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  7. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."

Frank Albert Slowe1

M, #1989, b. 7 April 1872, d. 16 February 1951
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1872 and 30 June 1872  His birth was registered between 1 April 1872 and 30 June 1872 at R.D. St. Neots Ref: 3b, 328 Slowe, Frank Albert mother: Hatfield.2 
Birth*7 April 1872 Frank Albert Slowe was born on 7 April 1872 at Kimbolton, HUN.1,3 
(Groom) MC-Regbetween 1 April 1898 and 30 June 1898  His marriage was registered between 1 April 1898 and 30 June 1898 at R.D. Midhurst.4 
(Groom) Marriage*between 1 April 1898 and 30 June 1898 He married Annie Maria Minerva Rudkin, daughter of John Rudkin and Henrietta Mary Richmond, between 1 April 1898 and 30 June 1898 at R.D. Midhurst.1 
Had a Daughter9 June 1899 His daughter Dorothy Annie Slowe was born on 9 June 1899 at Sale, CHE.1,5,3 
(Head) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 He was head of the household in the 1901 UK Census of Amazonas, Wardle Road, Sale, CHE, as Frank Slowe, head, married age 30, traveller (foreign shipping house), worker, born Kimbolton, HUN. He was enumerated with his wife Annie Maria Minerva Rudkin, Dorothy Annie Slowe, Kate Trueman, servant, single, age 19, general domestic born Nottingham. Indexed as "Howe". 2 doors down from 50 Wardle Road.6 
(Head) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of 17 Barrett Road, Birkdale, LAN, as Frank Albert Slowe, head, age 39, married 12 years, manager, Manchester shipping house, shipment of cotton goods, worker, born Kimbolton, HUN. He was enumerated with his wife Annie Maria Minerva Rudkin, Dorothy Annie Slowe, Eunice Jones, servant age 22. The house had 7 rooms.1 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 He was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of Tofino, Chestnut Avenue, Barton-on-Sea, HAM, as Slowe, Frank A., male, born 7 Apr 1872, married, cotton export firm manager retd.. He was enumerated with Annie Maria Minerva Rudkin Dorothy Annie Slowe.3 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1951 and 31 March 1951  His death was registered between 1 January 1951 and 31 March 1951 at R.D. New Forest Ref: 6b, 498 as Frank A Slowe, age 78.5 
(Deceased) Death*16 February 1951 Frank Albert Slowe died on 16 February 1951 at Tofino, Barton Court Avenue, Barton-on-Sea, HAM, age 78.7,8 
(Deceased) Prob Index*24 April 1951  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Slowe, Frank Albert of Tofino Barton Court Avenue, Barton-on-Sea, Hampshire, died 16 February 1951. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Annie Maria Minerva Rudkin described as Annie Maria Minerva Slowe, widow on 24 April 1951 by The Probate Office, London. Estate valued at £10613 8s.11d..7 

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(Groom) Marriage*between 1 April 1898 and 30 June 1898 Frank Albert Slowe married Annie Maria Minerva Rudkin, daughter of John Rudkin and Henrietta Mary Richmond, between 1 April 1898 and 30 June 1898 at R.D. Midhurst.1 
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Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  4. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  5. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  6. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  7. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  8. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."

George Smedley1

M, #2662, b. between 1 January 1888 and 31 March 1888
ChartsDescendants of Joseph Leivers
Descendants of Francis Handford
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1888 and 31 March 1888  His birth was registered between 1 January 1888 and 31 March 1888 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 216 Smedley, George mother: Burton.2 
Birth*between 1 January 1888 and 31 March 1888 George Smedley was born between 1 January 1888 and 31 March 1888 at Eastwood, NTT.1,3,2 
(Bride) Marriage*1 June 1903 He married Harriett Ann Phillips, daughter of Henry Phillips and Elizabeth Taylor, on 1 June 1903 at Greasley, NTT,
George Smedley, 25, bachelor, miner, Greasley, Thomas Smedley, miner
Harriett Ann Phillips, 27, spinster, Greasley, Henry Phillips, miner
In church after banns
Wit: Reuben Reeve, Florrie Smedley.1 
(Head) Cen-Househ*3 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of Nottingham Road, Giltbrook, NTT, as George Smedley, head age 33 married 7 years 3 children all living, miner coal (contractor), worker, born Eastwood, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Harriett Ann Phillips, their childrem, Tom son age 7, scholar born Hill Top; George son age 3? born Gilbrook NTT Ernest son age months Giltbrook, NTT. The house had 5 rooms.3 

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(Bride) Marriage*1 June 1903 George Smedley married Harriett Ann Phillips, daughter of Henry Phillips and Elizabeth Taylor, on 1 June 1903 at Greasley, NTT,
George Smedley, 25, bachelor, miner, Greasley, Thomas Smedley, miner
Harriett Ann Phillips, 27, spinster, Greasley, Henry Phillips, miner
In church after banns
Wit: Reuben Reeve, Florrie Smedley.1 
Last Edited12 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "Greasley, NTT."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.

Janet Elizabeth Smedley1,2

F, #3345, b. between 1 July 1895 and 30 September 1895, d. between 1 January 1919 and 31 March 1919
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Birth*between 1 July 1895 and 30 September 1895 Janet Elizabeth Smedley was born between 1 July 1895 and 30 September 1895 at Langley Mill, DBY.3,2,4 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1895 and 30 September 1895  Her birth was registered between 1 July 1895 and 30 September 1895 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 203 Smedley, Jenet Elizabeth mother: Neal.2 
(Bride) Marriage*1 January 1918 She married Walter Clifton, son of Moses Clifton and Hannah Mary Henshaw, on 1 January 1918 at The parish church, Heath, DBY,
"The marriage took place at Heath Parish church, on New Years Day.
Mr Walter Clifton, Holmewood, married to Miss Janett Smedley, daughter of Mr & Mrs R.Smedley, Hunloke Road, Holmewood.
The bride was attended by Misses Lily Neale and Alice Wicker, Janet Smedley (brides niece) and Edna Clifton.
Mr. J. Smedley gave the bride away and Mr. R. Smedley was the best man."1 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1918 and 31 March 1918  Her marriage was registered between 1 January 1918 and 31 March 1918 at R.D. Chesterfield.1 
Married Namebetween 1 January 1918 and 31 March 1918  As of between 1 January 1918 and 31 March 1918, her married name was Clifton.1 
(Subject) Newspaper*5 January 1918  Janet Elizabeth Smedley and Walter Clifton were the subject of a newspaper article on 5 January 1918.

Heath, Holmewood, Doe Lee, Glapwell


The marriage took place at Heath Parish church, on New Years Day
Mr Walter Clifton, Holmewood, married to Miss Janett Smedley, daughter of Mr & Mrs R.Smedley, Hunloke Road, Holmewood.
The bride was attended by Misses Lily Neale and Alice Wicker, Janet Smedley (brides niece) and Edna Clifton.
Mr. J. Smedley have the bride away and Mr. R. Smedley was the best man.

The Vicar (the Rev. J. Fowler) officiated.5
 
Had a Sonbetween 1 July 1918 and 30 September 1918 Her son Samuel Willis Clifton was born between 1 July 1918 and 30 September 1918 at R.D. Chesterfield.2 
Resch Note*between 1 January 1919 and 31 March 1919 Research Note: at R.D. Chesterfield
Clifton, Janet E. dies age 23.6
 
Death*between 1 January 1919 and 31 March 1919 Janet Elizabeth Smedley died between 1 January 1919 and 31 March 1919 at R.D. Chesterfield.3 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1919 and 31 March 1919  Her death was registered between 1 January 1919 and 31 March 1919 at R.D. Chesterfield Ref: 7b, 1210 Clifton, Janet E. dies age 23.3 

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(Bride) Marriage*1 January 1918 Janet Elizabeth Smedley married Walter Clifton, son of Moses Clifton and Hannah Mary Henshaw, on 1 January 1918 at The parish church, Heath, DBY,
"The marriage took place at Heath Parish church, on New Years Day.
Mr Walter Clifton, Holmewood, married to Miss Janett Smedley, daughter of Mr & Mrs R.Smedley, Hunloke Road, Holmewood.
The bride was attended by Misses Lily Neale and Alice Wicker, Janet Smedley (brides niece) and Edna Clifton.
Mr. J. Smedley gave the bride away and Mr. R. Smedley was the best man."1 
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Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GROonline."
  4. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  5. [S94] "Derbyshire Courier 05 Jan 1918 p5 of 8 "Heath, Holmewood, Doe Lee, Glapwell.""
  6. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."

Alice A. Smith1

F, #3062, b. 23 September 1910
ChartsDescendants of William Tatam bn 1780
Birth*23 September 1910 Alice A. Smith was born on 23 September 1910.1,2 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934  Her marriage was registered between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934 at R.D. Horncastle.1 
Married Namebetween 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934  As of between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934, her married name was Charlton.1 
Marriage*between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934 She married Walter Davison Charlton, son of Walter William Charlton and Daisy Tatam, between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934 at R.D. Horncastle.1 
(Present-Second) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed next to the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of Council House, South Road, Horncastle, LIN, as Charlton, Alice A., female born 23 Sep 1910, married, household duties unpaid. She was enumerated with Walter Davison Charlton, 2 closed records, presumably their children..2 

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Marriage*between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934 Alice A. Smith married Walter Davison Charlton, son of Walter William Charlton and Daisy Tatam, between 1 April 1934 and 30 June 1934 at R.D. Horncastle.1 
Last Edited5 Jun 2016

Citations

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

Amy Irene Smith1

F, #2434, b. 8 October 1887, d. 13 October 1945
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1887 and 31 December 1887  Her birth was registered between 1 October 1887 and 31 December 1887 at R.D. Rotherham Ref: 9c, 627 Smith, Amy Ireanie mother: Prince.2 
Birth*8 October 1887 Amy Irene Smith was born on 8 October 1887 at Whiston, YKS.3,4,5 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1908 and 31 March 1908  Her marriage was registered between 1 January 1908 and 31 March 1908 at R.D. Rotherham.1 
Married Namebetween 1 January 1908 and 31 March 1908  As of between 1 January 1908 and 31 March 1908, her married name was Wastnidge.1 
Marriage*between 1 January 1908 and 31 March 1908 She married Richard Wastridge, son of Thomas Wastridge and Charlotte Smith, between 1 January 1908 and 31 March 1908 at R.D. Rotherham.1 
Had a Daughter23 October 1908 Her daughter Ida Wastnidge was born on 23 October 1908 at Ravenfield, YKS.6,5,7 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of The Lings, Wickersley, Rotherham, YKS, as Amy Irene Wastnidge, wife, age 23, married, 4 years, 1 child, living, born Whiston, YKS. She was enumerated with her husband Richard Wastridge, Ida Wastnidge. Indexed as Wastridge. The house had 4 rooms.4 
(Present-Second) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 She was listed next to the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 93 Victoria Road, Bentley, YKS, as Wastnidge, Irene female born 8 Oct 1887, married unpaid domestic duties. She was enumerated with Richard Wastridge Ida Wastnidge and Herbert L. Mosby.5 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1945 and 31 December 1945  Her death was registered between 1 October 1945 and 31 December 1945 at R.D. Don Valley Ref: 9c, 839 as Amy I Wastnidge, age 58.3 
Death*13 October 1945 Amy Irene Smith died on 13 October 1945 at 93 Victoria Road, Bentley, Doncaster, YKS.3,8 
(Deceased) Prob Index*8 January 1946  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Wastnidge, Amy Irene of 93 Victoria Road, Bentley near Doncaster (wife of Richard Wastnidge) died 13 October 1945. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Richard Wastridge described as the said Richard Wastnidge, horsekeeper. on 8 January 1946 by The Probate Office, Llandudno. Estate valued at £160 2s.8 

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Marriage*between 1 January 1908 and 31 March 1908 Amy Irene Smith married Richard Wastridge, son of Thomas Wastridge and Charlotte Smith, between 1 January 1908 and 31 March 1908 at R.D. Rotherham.1 
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Citations

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

Ann Smith1

F, #1451, b. between 1 October 1846 and 31 December 1846, d. 10 May 1894
FatherGeorge Smith1 b. 1823, d. 4 Feb 1893
MotherMaria BINGHAM1 b. 17 Mar 1817, d. bt 1 Jan 1902 - 10 Feb 1902
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Birth*between 1 October 1846 and 31 December 1846 Ann Smith, daughter of George Smith and Maria BINGHAM, was born between 1 October 1846 and 31 December 1846 at Warsop, NTT.1,2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1846 and 31 December 1846  Her birth was registered between 1 October 1846 and 31 December 1846 at R.D. Mansfield Ref: 15, 531 Smith, Ann, mother: Bingham.2 
 Ann Smith was the daughter of George Smith and Maria BINGHAM.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ30 March 1851 The 1851 UK Census of Back Lane, Warsop, NTT, listed Ann Smith in the household of George Smith and Maria BINGHAM described as Ann Smith, daughter age 5, scholar, born Boughton, NTT.3 
Baptism4 May 1851 Ann Smith was baptised on 4 May 1851 at St Peter & St Paul, Warsop, NTT.4 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ7 April 1861 The 1861 UK Census of Lower Back Lane, Warsop, NTT, listed Ann Smith in the household of George Smith and Maria BINGHAM described as Ann Smith, daughter unmarried, age 14, general servant, born Warsop, NTT.1 
Resch Note*2 April 1871 Research Note:
May be the "Ann Smith" who is found in Brookhill Grange, Clipstone as a Cook for a farming family, age 24, born Warsop.5
 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1873 and 31 December 1873  Her marriage was registered between 1 October 1873 and 31 December 1873 at R.D. York.6,7 
Married Name2 December 1873  As of 2 December 1873, her married name was Morton.8,6,9 
(Bride) Marriage*2 December 1873 Ann Smith married James Morton on 2 December 1873 at St. Oswald Church, Fulford, York, YKS,
James Morton, 32, widower, joiner, Fulford, Father: William Morton, joiner
= Ann Smith, 27, spinster, Blossom Street, Father: George Smith, farm labourer
In church after banns
Wit: William Duce?, Ann Strudder?8,6,7,9 
Had a Daughter4 November 1874 Her daughter Lillie Morton was born on 4 November 1874 at York, YKS.8,10,11 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875 Her daughter Rose Rebecca Morton was born between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875 at Warsop, NTT.12,10,2 
Had a son13 June 1877 Her son Walter Morton was baptised on 13 June 1877 at St. Dennis & St George, York, YKS.13 
Had a Sonbetween 1 April 1879 and 30 June 1879 Her son Herbert Morton was born between 1 April 1879 and 30 June 1879 at York, YKS.8,10 
Had a Son20 July 1880 Her son Frank Morton was born on 20 July 1880 at York, YKS.8,10,13,11 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*3 April 1881 She was wife of the head of household in the 1881 UK Census of 34 George Street, York, YKS, as Ann Morton, wife, married, age 34, born Warsop, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband James Morton, William Henry Morton, Alice Ann Morton, Rose Rebecca Morton, Walter Morton, Herbert Morton and Frank Morton. Next door to James' brother William & family. Note that daughter Lilly is in Warsop NTT with Ann's parents.8 
Had a son19 November 1883 Her son Harold Morton was baptised on 19 November 1883 at St Lawrence church, York, YKS.14 
Had a Son28 June 1885 Her son James Morton was born on 28 June 1885 at 8 Winterscale Street, York, YKS.14 
Death of Son9 September 1885 Her son James Morton died on 9 September 1885 at Winterscale Street, York, YKS.15,14,16 
Had a Daughter6 July 1886 Her daughter Florence Maria Morton was born on 6 July 1886 at R.D. York.2,17 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 October 1888 and 31 December 1888 Her daughter Ann Morton was born between 1 October 1888 and 31 December 1888 at R.D. York.2 
Had a Daughter19 January 1890 Her daughter Rita Smith Morton was born on 19 January 1890 at York, YKS.12,10,18,11 
(Wife) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 She was wife of the head of household in the 1891 UK Census of 8 Winterscale Street, St. Lawrence, York, YKS, as Ann Morton, wife, married, age 45, born Warsop NTT. She was enumerated with her husband James Morton, William Henry Morton, Walter Morton, Rose Rebecca Morton, Herbert Morton, Frank Morton and Rita Smith Morton.12 
Death of Father4 February 1893 Her father George Smith died on 4 February 1893 at Market Warsop, NTT.4 
Death of Daughter2 September 1893 Her daughter Rose Rebecca Morton died on 2 September 1893 at R.D. York.15,16 
Death of Spouse5 March 1894 Her husband James Morton died on 5 March 1894 at Winterscale Street, York, YKS.15,16 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 April 1894 and 30 June 1894  Her death was registered between 1 April 1894 and 30 June 1894 at R.D. York Ref: 9d 28, age 48.15 
(Deceased) Death*10 May 1894 Ann Smith died on 10 May 1894 at Alne Terrace, York, YKS, Informant: William Cook, Lawrence Street.
Wife of J Morton, joiner. Age 48 at death.
Cause of death: Dropsy

Her husband died 2 months before - 15th March 1894 - so she probably had to move house afterwards (expect rent was hard to find), hence Alne Terrace address?

Who was the informant, William Cook?
1891 census has William Cook, glassblower, at 1 St Lawrence Street. Her husband's son was also a glassblower (died in 1893), so maybe how they knew each other.

No other family around in 1894 when she died, other than her children - Walter, Herbert, Frank & Rita. Oldest was 14.15,16 
(Interred) Burial*12 May 1894 She was buried on 12 May 1894 at Grave no. 2102A, York Cemetery, York, YKS, Private grave. Apparently under the current pathway(!).
No record can be found of who paid for it. Why wasn't she buried with her husband (he had a private grave dug which his boy from first marriage was buried, along with himself)?
If this really is the case, probably because they both died very close together, and there were no remaining adults to sort it out ...

Not because his first wife was buried with him (she was buried in Fulford churchyard).

However, this could also be a mis-transcription of the original(s). I will ask the nice people at York Cemetery to have a closer look. I had a look in the records in the library to confirm this:

No. 53,439 2102a, Died 10 May buried 12th May 1894, Ann Morton, age 48, wife of J. Morton, joiner female, of Alne Terrace, cause: dropsy Informant: William Cook, Lawrence Street.16,19 
Resch Note*between September 1893 and May 1895 Research Note:
James & Ann's oldest child Lilly is living with her grandparents in 1881 and remains there in 1891, marrying in Worksop, NTT in Dec 1894.

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


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

Then a very unfortunate time for the family.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Herbert is found in Croft, YKS in 1901 (near Leeds).
 
Resch Note1901 Research Note:
Marries James Morton 1873 in York, and lives in York
Has a number of children including Lily Morton.
Lily (bn York 1874/5) marries Arthur Emmingham in Dec 1894 (Worksop). In 1901 census, Maria Smith (her gt grandmother age 85) is living with Lily & Arthur in Worksop.

QED!
 

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(Bride) Marriage*2 December 1873 Ann Smith married James Morton on 2 December 1873 at St. Oswald Church, Fulford, York, YKS,
James Morton, 32, widower, joiner, Fulford, Father: William Morton, joiner
= Ann Smith, 27, spinster, Blossom Street, Father: George Smith, farm labourer
In church after banns
Wit: William Duce?, Ann Strudder?8,6,7,9 
Children
Last Edited3 May 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1861, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S1] Census, 1851, Ancestry.
  4. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=brianfjohnson&id=I2894."
  5. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  6. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  7. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "www.yorkshireBMD.org.uk."
  8. [S1] Census, 1881, ancestry.
  9. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast Yorkshire Marriages."
  10. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  11. [S1] Census, 1939, FindmyPast.
  12. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  13. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "York St Dennis & St. George, YKS."
  14. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "York St Lawrence, YKS."
  15. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  16. [S95] York Cemetery, Data held in York Cemetery database.
  17. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "St. Lawrence York."
  18. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  19. [S95] York Cemetery, Data held in York Library.

Arthur G Smith

M, #3160, b. 1 January 1908
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Birth*1 January 1908 Arthur G Smith was born on 1 January 1908. 
Marriage*between 1 July 1934 and 30 September 1934 He married Camilla Louisa Rawson, daughter of George Rawson and Hannah Bower, between 1 July 1934 and 30 September 1934 at R.D. Basford
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 He was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 45 Church Street, Eastwood, NTT, as Smith, Arthur G., male, born 1 Jan 1908. married, Builder, own account, heavy worker. First Aid party driver. He was enumerated with Camilla Louisa Rawson. 2 doors away from Cemetery Lodge.1 

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Marriage*between 1 July 1934 and 30 September 1934 Arthur G Smith married Camilla Louisa Rawson, daughter of George Rawson and Hannah Bower, between 1 July 1934 and 30 September 1934 at R.D. Basford
Last Edited23 Sep 2018

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1939 FindMyPast.

Arthur Leonard Smith1

M, #2388
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of Joseph Leivers
Descendants of Francis Handford
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Marriage*between 1 October 1921 and 31 December 1921 Arthur Leonard Smith married Louisa Harrop, daughter of James Harrop and Ellen Clifton, between 1 October 1921 and 31 December 1921 at R.D. Basford.1 
(Subject) Newspaper*7 April 1923  Arthur Leonard Smith and James Harrop were the subject of a newspaper article on 7 April 1923.

Grave Nottingham Allegations

Ex-Inspector Loses An Eye


At the Nottingham Shire Hall to-day, Arthur Smith, of Sherwood, did not appear in answer to a summons alleging an assault on his father-in-law, James Harrop, formerly a Notts. police inspector, and brother of the late Deputy Chief Constable Harrop.

Mr. F. Clayton, who prosecuted, said that on February 26th, defendant went to Mr. Harrop's house. It was obvious that he had come to quarrel, and Mr. Harrop, being apprehensive, took him away by the arm and tried to get him to go away, whereupon defendant struck him a violent blow to the eye.

It happened that he was wearing a diamond ring, and this inflicted such a severe injury that the eye had to be removed, and Mr Harrop was in the infirmary for a month.

Defendant had sent a note asking for the case to be postponed a fortnight as he was suffering from neurasthenia, but as no certificate was forthcoming, the bench issued a warrant for his apprehension. The police were requested, however, not to execute it if the illness proved to be real.2
 
(Subject) Newspaper11 April 1923  Arthur Leonard Smith and James Harrop were the subject of a newspaper article on 11 April 1923.

"Like a Big Dog"

Alleged Assault on Nottm. Ex-Police Officer

Loss Of An Eye


A serious case of assault by a Carlton man upon his Father-in-Law, an ex-police inspector, which is said to have resulted in the loss of an eye to the elder man, came before the magistrates at the Nottingham Shire Hall to-day.

The defendant was Arthur Smith, a motorman, of Melrose-Road, Sherwood, and he pleaded not guilty to assaulting James Harrop of the Hollies, Carlton.

Mr. F. Clayton, who prosecuted, said that the assault took place as long ago as February 26th, and on that day at about 2:30 in the afternoon. Harrop was in the garden of his house, when the defendant came there in a quarrelsome attitude. Realising this, Harrop tried to persuade his son-in-law to go away and got hold of his arm. Without any provocation or warning, the defendant broke away and struck Harrop a violent blow to the left eye.

Defendant apparently was wearing a ring with a protruding setting, and the result was that the eyeball was cut, and had to be removed. Harrop was in the infirmary for nearly a month, and when he came out, took out a summons gainst defendant, returnable at the court on Saturday. Defendant did not appear, and after hearing a letter of explanation, the magistrate issued a warrant for Smith's arrest.

Victim of Neurasthenia

Harrop, giving evidence, said Smith came towards him in a very aggressive attitude, and kept walking round him like a big dog. He said to him "It's no use coming here to fall out Arthur. If you had only come to quarrel, you had better go." As soon as he took hold of son-in-law's elbow, he was struck a violent blow to the eye.

In reply to the defendant , witness denied that he struck a blow first.

John Robert Rhodes, aged 13, said he was in the garden at the time, gave corroborative evidence.

Defendant, on oath, said he suffered from neurasthenia. On that day, he was sent down to the house by his wife. He entered the house in the best of spirits, it being his birthday, and kissed the old lady and the youngest daughter. As he was going through the kitchen door, his father-in-law passed out through the front door.

He went out into the garden and when he had walked about four yards past his father-in-law, he said "Well, Arthur" and he replied "Well father, why didn't you speak to me last Saturday?" Harrop replied "I didn't want to speak to you then" and he replied, somewhat abruptly he admitted "Very well, I don't want to speak to you".

His father-in-law told him to get out of gate. In a joking sort of way he said "you couldn't put me out". His father-in-law then came to him in a threatening attitude and aimed a blow at him. He warded it off with one arm and struck back in self defence with his right fist. He never wore a ring on his right hand. he regretted his father-in-law's loss of an eye.

Smith then asked the magistrate to adjourn the case to enable him to call witnesses.

The bench agreed, and adjourned the case until Saturday, bail being allowed.3
 
(Subject) Newspaper14 April 1923  Arthur Leonard Smith and James Harrop were the subject of a newspaper article on 14 April 1923.

Ex-Inspector's Lost Eye

Son-in-Law fined for violent assault


The hearing was resumed today at Nottingham Shire Hall today of the charge of assault brought by James Harrop, of The Hollies, Carlton, against his son-in-law Arthur Leonard Smith, motorman, of Sherwood.

It had been previously stated by the complainant who is an ex-inspector of the county constabulary that defendant struck him a violent blow on the left eye which necessitated its removal, and to-day Smith brought a cross-summons against Harrop.
Smith made a statement to the effect that Harrop struck him first, and he merely struck-out in self defence. No one was more sorry than he that the sight of the eye had been lost.
Cross-examined by Mr. F. Clayton, who represented Harrop, Smith said he struck Harrop with his right fist, and that the ring he wore was on his left hand. "you always strike with the right and guard with the left" added Smith.
Mr. Clayton: You seem to know all about it. I don't know much about the noble art myself".
Smith suggested that the damage to Harrop's eye was due to his knuckle.
The Bench dismissed the summons against Harrop, and fined Smith 50s.4
 

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Marriage*between 1 October 1921 and 31 December 1921 Arthur Leonard Smith married Louisa Harrop, daughter of James Harrop and Ellen Clifton, between 1 October 1921 and 31 December 1921 at R.D. Basford.1 
Last Edited29 Dec 2015

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  2. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Saturday 7th April 1923, p1."
  3. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Wednesday 11th April 1923, p5."
  4. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Saturday 14th April 1923, p5."

Benjamin Smith1

M, #2067, b. between 1848 and 1849
FatherBenjamin Wray Smith1 b. 1822
MotherCharlotte Vincent1 b. 8 Dec 1822
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of John Vincent bn 1784
Birth*between 1848 and 1849 Benjamin Smith, son of Benjamin Wray Smith and Charlotte Vincent, was born between 1848 and 1849 at Holbeach, LIN.1 
 Benjamin Smith was the son of Benjamin Wray Smith and Charlotte Vincent.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ30 March 1851 The 1851 UK Census of Dam Gate, Holbeach, LIN, listed Benjamin Smith in the household of Benjamin Wray Smith and Charlotte Vincent described as Benjamin Wray, son, age 2, born Holbeach, LIN.1 

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  1. [S1] Census, 1851, Ancestry.

Benjamin Wray Smith1

M, #2065, b. 1822
ChartsDescendants of John Vincent bn 1784
Birth*1822 Benjamin Wray Smith was born in 1822 at Holbeach, LIN.2 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1845 and 31 March 1845  His marriage was registered between 1 January 1845 and 31 March 1845 at R.D. Holbeach.3 
(Groom) Marriage*29 January 1845 He married Charlotte Vincent, daughter of John VINCENT and Susannah HAYES, on 29 January 1845 at Gedney, LIN,
Benjamin Wray Smith (x) of full age, bachelor, labourer of Gedney father: Benjamin Wray Smith, groom
= Caroline Vincent (x) of full age, spinster father: John Vincent, labourer
In church
Wit: Ann Wray Smith, John Vinson.1,4 
Had a Daughterbetween 1846 and 1847 His daughter Susannah Smith was born between 1846 and 1847 at Holbeach, LIN.2 
Had a Sonbetween 1848 and 1849 His son Benjamin Smith was born between 1848 and 1849 at Holbeach, LIN.2 
Had a Daughterbetween January 1851 and April 1851 His daughter Charlotte Smith was born between January 1851 and April 1851 at Holbeach, LIN.2 
(Head) Cen-Househ*30 March 1851 He was head of the household in the 1851 UK Census of Dam Gate, Holbeach, LIN, as Benjamin Wray, head, married, age 29, labourer occupying 4 acres, Holbeach, LIN. He was enumerated with his wife Charlotte Vincent, John VINCENT, Susannah Smith, Benjamin Smith and Charlotte Smith. The surname should be Smith, not Wray.2 

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(Groom) Marriage*29 January 1845 Benjamin Wray Smith married Charlotte Vincent, daughter of John VINCENT and Susannah HAYES, on 29 January 1845 at Gedney, LIN,
Benjamin Wray Smith (x) of full age, bachelor, labourer of Gedney father: Benjamin Wray Smith, groom
= Caroline Vincent (x) of full age, spinster father: John Vincent, labourer
In church
Wit: Ann Wray Smith, John Vinson.1,4 
Children
Last Edited21 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S3] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  2. [S1] Census, 1851, Ancestry.
  3. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  4. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast Lincolnshire Marriages."

Charlotte Smith1

F, #1452, b. between 1 April 1851 and 4 May 1851, d. between 1 July 1932 and 30 September 1932
FatherGeorge Smith1 b. 1823, d. 4 Feb 1893
MotherMaria BINGHAM1 b. 17 Mar 1817, d. bt 1 Jan 1902 - 10 Feb 1902
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Birth*between 1 April 1851 and 4 May 1851 Charlotte Smith, daughter of George Smith and Maria BINGHAM, was born between 1 April 1851 and 4 May 1851 at Warsop, NTT.1,2,3 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1851 and 30 June 1851  Her birth was registered between 1 April 1851 and 30 June 1851 at R.D. Mansfield Ref: 15, 599 Smith, Charlotte mother: Bingham.3,4 
Baptism4 May 1851 Charlotte Smith was baptised on 4 May 1851 at St Peter & St Paul, Warsop, NTT.2 
 She was the daughter of George Smith and Maria BINGHAM.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ7 April 1861 The 1861 UK Census of Lower Back Lane, Warsop, NTT, listed Charlotte Smith in the household of George Smith and Maria BINGHAM described as Charlotte Smith, daughter, age 9, scholar, born Warsop, NTT.1 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Steetley House, Whitwell, DBY, listed Charlotte Smith described as Charlotte & Ellen Smith, unmarried, servants aged 20 and 13, domestic servants born Warsop, NTT(they are sisters) in the household of Charles Chaloner, age 50 farmer of 214 acres, born Whitwell, DBY.5 
Married Namebetween 1 October 1872 and 31 December 1872  As of between 1 October 1872 and 31 December 1872, her married name was Wastridge.5 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1872 and 31 December 1872  Her marriage was registered between 1 October 1872 and 31 December 1872 at R.D. Mansfield.6 
(Bride) Marriage*26 November 1872 She married Thomas Wastridge on 26 November 1872 at Ss Peter & Paul, Warsop, NTT,
Thomas Wastnidge
=
Charlotte Smith.5,6,7 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 April 1874 and 30 June 1874 Her daughter Alice Wastenidge was born between 1 April 1874 and 30 June 1874 at Brampton-en-Le-Mothen, YKS.8,4 
Had a Daughter13 August 1875 Her daughter Ellen Maria Wastenidge was born on 13 August 1875 at Brampton, YKS.8,4,9 
Had a Daughter7 April 1880 Her daughter Ada Wastenidge was born on 7 April 1880 at Brampton, YKS.8,9 
Name Variation1881  As of 1881, Charlotte Smith was also known as Wastenidge.8 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*3 April 1881 She was wife of the head of household in the 1881 UK Census of Treeton, Brampton en le Morthen, YKS, as Charlotte Wastenidge, wife, married, age 29, born Warsop, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Thomas Wastridge, Alice Wastenidge, Ellen Maria Wastenidge and Ada Wastenidge, and George Bunting, nephew (of Thomas), age 13 born Whiston, YKS.8 
Had a Son6 July 1888 Her son Richard Wastridge was born on 6 July 1888 at Treeton, YKS.10,4,9 
(Wife) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 She was wife of the head of household in the 1891 UK Census of Brampton, YKS, as Charlotte Wateridge, wife, married, age 39, born Warsop, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Thomas Wastridge, Alice Wastenidge, Ada Wastenidge and Richard Wastridge. Indexed (quiet reasonably) as Wartenidge.10 
(Wife) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 She was wife of the head of household in the 1901 UK Census of Cott, Brampton, YKS, as Charlotte Wateridge, wife, married, age 49, born Warsop, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Thomas Wastridge, Ada Wastenidge and Richard Wastridge. Indexed (quiet reasonably) as Wastridge.11 
(Wife) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of 43 Murray Road, Sheffield, YKS, as Charlotte Wastnidge, wife, age 59, married 38 years 4 children all living, mixed grocery, own account, at home, born Warsop, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Thomas Wastridge, Ada Wastenidge, George Sinclair, boarder, age 41, married 19 years, 3 of 5 children living, carpenter & joiner. The house had 4 rooms. Indexed as Wastridge.12,13 
(Distribution) Will13 September 1927 Charlotte Smith was named as Charlotte Smith Wastridge, 1/66 share worth $135.15 in the distribution account for the Estate of Joseph Bingham dated 13 September 1927.14 
Name Variation1932  As of 1932, Charlotte Smith was also known as Wastnidge.15 
Death*between 1 July 1932 and 30 September 1932 She died between 1 July 1932 and 30 September 1932 at R.D. Sheffield.15 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1932 and 30 September 1932  Her death was registered between 1 July 1932 and 30 September 1932 at R.D. Sheffield Ref: 9c, 477 age 81 as Charlotte Wastnidge.15 

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(Bride) Marriage*26 November 1872 Charlotte Smith married Thomas Wastridge on 26 November 1872 at Ss Peter & Paul, Warsop, NTT,
Thomas Wastnidge
=
Charlotte Smith.5,6,7 
Children
Last Edited12 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1861, Ancestry.
  2. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=brianfjohnson&id=I2894."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  5. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  6. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  7. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast England Marriages."
  8. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  9. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  10. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  11. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  12. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  13. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  14. [S52] Private papers.
  15. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."

Charlotte Smith1

F, #2068, b. between January 1851 and April 1851
FatherBenjamin Wray Smith1 b. 1822
MotherCharlotte Vincent1 b. 8 Dec 1822
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of John Vincent bn 1784
Birth*between January 1851 and April 1851 Charlotte Smith, daughter of Benjamin Wray Smith and Charlotte Vincent, was born between January 1851 and April 1851 at Holbeach, LIN.1 
 Charlotte Smith was the daughter of Benjamin Wray Smith and Charlotte Vincent.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ30 March 1851 The 1851 UK Census of Dam Gate, Holbeach, LIN, listed Charlotte Smith in the household of Benjamin Wray Smith and Charlotte Vincent described as Charlotte Wray, daughter, age 3months, born Holbeach, LIN.1 

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  1. [S1] Census, 1851, Ancestry.

Elizabeth Smith1,2,3

F, #54, b. between 4 April 1858 and 3 April 1859, d. between 1 October 1889 and 31 December 1889
ChartsDescendants of Isaac Jones bn circa 1772 showing relationships
Descendants of John Hooper bn 1761 showing relationships
Descendants of John Hooper
Birth*between 4 April 1858 and 3 April 1859 Elizabeth Smith was born between 4 April 1858 and 3 April 1859 at West Bromwich, STS.3 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of Hill Top, West Bromwich, STS, listed Elizabeth Smith described as Elizabeth Smith, daughter age 21, born West Bromwich, in the household of Samuel Smith, boiler-maker, her father with Job Hooper, Lodger, unmarried, labourer age 23, born Oxenton, GLS who was enumerated before Elizabeth, and a "grand daughter" Ann Smith age 1, who could be Elizabeth's..3 
Married Namebetween 1 October 1881 and 31 December 1881  As of between 1 October 1881 and 31 December 1881, her married name was Hooper.4,2 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1881 and 31 December 1881  Her marriage was registered between 1 October 1881 and 31 December 1881 at R.D. W. Bromwich.2 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 October 1881 and 31 December 1881 She married Job Hooper, son of Charles HOOPER and Rebecca JONES, between 1 October 1881 and 31 December 1881 at R.D. W. Bromwich.4,3,5 
Had a Sonbetween 6 April 1882 and 5 April 1883 Her son Thomas Hooper was born between 6 April 1882 and 5 April 1883 at Manchester, STS.6 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 July 1882 and 30 September 1882 Her daughter Edith May Hooper was born between 1 July 1882 and 30 September 1882 at West Bromwich, STS.6,7 
Had a Sonbetween 1 July 1883 and 30 September 1883 Her son Samuel Charles Hooper was born between 1 July 1883 and 30 September 1883 at West Bromwich, STS.4,7 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1889 and 31 December 1889  Her death was registered between 1 October 1889 and 31 December 1889 at R.D. West Bromwich Ref: 6b 486, age 29.8 
Death*between 1 October 1889 and 31 December 1889 Elizabeth Smith died between 1 October 1889 and 31 December 1889 at R.D. West Bromwich.8 

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(Bride) Marriage*between 1 October 1881 and 31 December 1881 Elizabeth Smith married Job Hooper, son of Charles HOOPER and Rebecca JONES, between 1 October 1881 and 31 December 1881 at R.D. W. Bromwich.4,3,5 
Children
Last Edited10 Sep 2013

Citations

  1. Found with Job Hooper in 1881 before marriage.
  2. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  3. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  4. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  5. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Findmypast."
  6. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  7. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  8. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."

Ellen Smith1

F, #1453, b. between 1 January 1858 and 31 March 1858
FatherGeorge Smith1 b. 1823, d. 4 Feb 1893
MotherMaria BINGHAM1 b. 17 Mar 1817, d. bt 1 Jan 1902 - 10 Feb 1902
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Birth*between 1 January 1858 and 31 March 1858 Ellen Smith, daughter of George Smith and Maria BINGHAM, was born between 1 January 1858 and 31 March 1858 at Warsop, NTT.1,2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1858 and 31 March 1858  Her birth was registered between 1 January 1858 and 31 March 1858 at R.D. Mansfield Ref: 7b, 40 Smith, Ellen mother: Bingham.2 
Baptism28 February 1858 Ellen Smith was baptised on 28 February 1858 at St Peter & St Paul, Warsop, NTT.3 
 She was the daughter of George Smith and Maria BINGHAM.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ7 April 1861 The 1861 UK Census of Lower Back Lane, Warsop, NTT, listed Ellen Smith in the household of George Smith and Maria BINGHAM described as Ellen Smith, daughter, age 3, born Warsop, NTT.1 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*2 April 1871 The 1871 UK Census of Steetley House, Whitwell, DBY, listed Ellen Smith described as Charlotte & Ellen Smith, unmarried, servants aged 20 and 13, domestic servants born Warsop, NTT(they are sisters) in the household of Charles Chaloner, age 50 farmer of 214 acres, born Whitwell, DBY.4 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1886 and 31 December 1886  Her marriage was registered between 1 October 1886 and 31 December 1886 at R.D. York.5 
Married Name2 October 1886  As of 2 October 1886, her married name was Cullum.6,5,7 
(Bride) Marriage*2 October 1886 She married Joseph Cullum on 2 October 1886 at St Mary Bishophill Junior, York, YKS,
Joseph (x) Cullum, 37, bachelor, painter, 26 Dove Street, Father: Thomas Cullum, grinder
= Ellen Smith, 28, spinster, 26 Dove Street, Father: George Smith, labourer
In church after banns
Wit: William Horner Howard; Sarah Birch?5,7 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*5 April 1891 She was wife of the head of household in the 1891 UK Census of 38 Ingleby Street, Manningham, YKS, as Ellen Cullum, wife, married age 34. born Warsop, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Joseph Cullum, Harold son age 7 (probably not Ellens'...)
George son age 3
Tom son age 1.8 
(Wife) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 She was wife of the head of household in the 1901 UK Census of 4 Marlows Yard, Warsop, NTT, as Ellen Cullum, wife, married age 44. born Warsop, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Joseph Cullum, Harold son age 17,
George son age 13
Thomas son age 11
Emily daughter age 9
Joseph son age 6
Joshua son age 2.9 
Resch Note*1911 Research Note:
Can find no trace of the family members in 1911.
Did they emigrate? Or are they recorded under another surname?10
 
(Distribution) Will13 September 1927 Ellen Smith was named as Ellen Smith Cullum, 1/66 share worth $135.15 in the distribution account for the Estate of Joseph Bingham dated 13 September 1927.6 

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(Bride) Marriage*2 October 1886 Ellen Smith married Joseph Cullum on 2 October 1886 at St Mary Bishophill Junior, York, YKS,
Joseph (x) Cullum, 37, bachelor, painter, 26 Dove Street, Father: Thomas Cullum, grinder
= Ellen Smith, 28, spinster, 26 Dove Street, Father: George Smith, labourer
In church after banns
Wit: William Horner Howard; Sarah Birch?5,7 
Last Edited29 Mar 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1861, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=brianfjohnson&id=I2894."
  4. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  5. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  6. [S52] Private papers.
  7. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast Yorkshire Marriages."
  8. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  9. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  10. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.

Elsie Sybil Smith1,2

F, #2442, b. 24 June 1902, d. between 1 October 1974 and 31 December 1974
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Birth*24 June 1902 Elsie Sybil Smith was born on 24 June 1902 at R.D. Nottingham.3,4 
(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. Nottingham Ref: 7b, 449 Smith, Elise Sybil mother: Davies.3,2 
Married Namebetween 1 April 1924 and 30 June 1924  As of between 1 April 1924 and 30 June 1924, her married name was Stapleton.1 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1924 and 30 June 1924  Her marriage was registered between 1 April 1924 and 30 June 1924 at R.D. Nottingham.1 
Marriage*between 1 April 1924 and 30 June 1924 She married Richard Theodore Stapleton, son of Thomas Stapleton and Emma Jane Sadler, between 1 April 1924 and 30 June 1924 at R.D. Nottingham.1 
(Mentioned) Newspaper11 June 1927 Elsie Sybil Smith was mentioned in a newspaper article on 11 June 1927. Mrs. Stapleton, Dick and Sybil (Bulwell) sent floral tribute to Hannah Rawson nee Bower at her funeral. (Sybil was Elsie Sybil Smith who married Richard T Stapleton).5
 
Name Variation11 June 1927  As of 11 June 1927, Elsie Sybil Smith was also known as Sybil Stapleton.5 
(Spouse of dec/admn) Prob Index15 November 1932 She described as Elsie Sybil Stapleton, widow was named as the wife of Richard Theodore Stapleton (deceased) and as administrator of his Estate on 15 November 1932 at The Probate Office, Nottingham, valued at £95 2s. 5d..6 
Resch Note*between 1 July 1936 and 30 September 1936 Research Note: at R.D. Nottingham
Elsie S Stapleton marries Arthur L Cree.7
 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1974 and 31 December 1974  Her death was registered between 1 October 1974 and 31 December 1974 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 8, 1260 Cree, Elsie Sybil born 24 Jun 1902.4 
Death*between 1 October 1974 and 31 December 1974 Elsie Sybil Smith died between 1 October 1974 and 31 December 1974 at R.D. Nottingham.4 

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Marriage*between 1 April 1924 and 30 June 1924 Elsie Sybil Smith married Richard Theodore Stapleton, son of Thomas Stapleton and Emma Jane Sadler, between 1 April 1924 and 30 June 1924 at R.D. Nottingham.1 
Last Edited17 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Ancestry."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  4. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  5. [S94] "Possibly Nottingham Guardian, but not found on FreeBMD.
    Found here: http://trees.ancestry.co.uk/tree/7246964/person/-23480849/media/2?pgnum=1&pg=0&pgpl=pid%7cpgNum."
  6. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  7. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."

Emily Smith1

F, #3300, b. 1865
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*1865 Emily Smith was born in 1865 at Derby, DBY.2 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1882 and 30 September 1882  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1882 and 30 September 1882 at R.D. Derby.3 
Married Name20 August 1882  As of 20 August 1882, her married name was Wilson.1 
Marriage*20 August 1882 She married James Wilson, son of James Wilson and Mary Ann Crooks, on 20 August 1882 at Derby, DBY.1 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of 4 Abbot Street, Heanor, DBY, as Emily Wilson, wife, age 46, married 27 years, 7 children, 6 living, born Derby, DBY. She was enumerated with her husband James Wilson, their children:
Emily Wilson, daughter age 22, single, born Derby
Thomas Wilson, son, age 15, single, steam hammer driver, railway wagon works, worker, born Derby, DBY
Harold Wilson, son, age 11, scholar, born Derby, DBY
. The house had 5 rooms.4 

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Marriage*20 August 1882 Emily Smith married James Wilson, son of James Wilson and Mary Ann Crooks, on 20 August 1882 at Derby, DBY.1 
Last Edited3 May 2021

Citations

  1. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Ancestry - Selected Marriages."
  2. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  3. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  4. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.

Emma Smith1

F, #3440, b. 17 October 1894
ChartsDescendants of Joseph Leivers
Descendants of Francis Handford
Birth*17 October 1894 Emma Smith was born on 17 October 1894.1 
(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. Basford.2 
Married Namebetween 1 July 1920 and 30 September 1920  As of between 1 July 1920 and 30 September 1920, her married name was Leivers.1 
Marriage*between 1 July 1920 and 30 September 1920 She married Moses Leonard Enoch Leivers, son of Mary Ann Leivers, between 1 July 1920 and 30 September 1920 at R.D. Basford.1 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 31 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, as Leivers, Emma female born 17 Oct 1894 married, unpaid domestic duties (no 2 in the schedule). She was enumerated with Mary Ann Leivers.3 

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Marriage*between 1 July 1920 and 30 September 1920 Emma Smith married Moses Leonard Enoch Leivers, son of Mary Ann Leivers, between 1 July 1920 and 30 September 1920 at R.D. Basford.1 
Last Edited14 Mar 2021

Citations

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

Eveline Smith1

F, #1495, b. between 1 April 1897 and 31 March 1898
FatherWilliam Vaughan Smith1 b. bt 1 Jan 1868 - 31 Mar 1868, d. 25 Apr 1936
MotherEliza Hilton1 b. bt 1 Jul 1869 - 30 Sep 1869
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
Anecdote* "Eva had three children. Eva lived in Conway. She had a daughter and two sons."2 
Birth*between 1 April 1897 and 31 March 1898 Eveline Smith, daughter of William Vaughan Smith and Eliza Hilton, was born between 1 April 1897 and 31 March 1898 at Elm, CAM.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1897 and 31 December 1897  Her birth was registered between 1 October 1897 and 31 December 1897 at R.D. Wisbech Ref: 3b, 575 Smith, Eveline Hannah mother: Hilton.3 
 Eveline Smith was the daughter of William Vaughan Smith and Eliza Hilton.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 2 Greenfield House, Eirias, Colwyn Bay, DEN, listed Eveline Smith in the household of William Vaughan Smith and Eliza Hilton described as Eveline Smith, daughter age 3, born Elm, CAM.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of Holbeach House, Penman Rhos, Old Colwyn, CAE, listed Eveline Smith in the household of William Vaughan Smith and Eliza Hilton described as Eveline Smith, daughter age 13, school, born Elm, Wisbech, CAM.4 

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Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  2. [S49] Information supplied by Researcher 12.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  4. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.

George Smith1

M, #1448, b. 1823, d. 4 February 1893
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Birth*1823 George Smith was born in 1823 at Warsop, NTT.2 
(Child) Baptism1 August 1824 He was baptised on 1 August 1824 at St Peter & St Paul, Warsop, NTT, George son of Thomas & Ann Smith, M. W., Publican. (the M.W. probably Market Warsop).3 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1846 and 31 March 1846  His marriage was registered between 1 January 1846 and 31 March 1846 at R.D. Belper.4 
(Groom) Marriage*26 January 1846 He married Maria BINGHAM, daughter of James BINGHAM and Elizabeth TRAVIS, on 26 January 1846 at St. Martin, Alfreton, DBY,

Name: George Smith
Birth Date:
Birthplace:
Age:
Spouse's Name: Maria Bingham
Spouse's Birth Date:
Spouse's Birthplace:
Spouse's Age:
Event Date: 26 Jan 1846
Event Place: Alfreton,Derby,England
Father's Name: John Smith
Mother's Name:
Spouse's Father's Name: James Bingham
Spouse's Mother's Name.1,5,6
 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 October 1846 and 31 December 1846 His daughter Ann Smith was born between 1 October 1846 and 31 December 1846 at Warsop, NTT.1,7 
(Head) Cen-Househ30 March 1851 He was head of the household in the 1851 UK Census of Back Lane, Warsop, NTT, as George Smith, head, married, age 30, ag lab, born Warsop, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Maria BINGHAM, George Bingham, Charles Bingham, Rebecca Bingham and Ann Smith.2 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 April 1851 and 4 May 1851 His daughter Charlotte Smith was born between 1 April 1851 and 4 May 1851 at Warsop, NTT.1,3,8 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 January 1858 and 31 March 1858 His daughter Ellen Smith was born between 1 January 1858 and 31 March 1858 at Warsop, NTT.1,7 
(Head) Cen-Househ*7 April 1861 He was head of the household in the 1861 UK Census of Lower Back Lane, Warsop, NTT, as George Smith, head, married, age 39, ag lab, born Warsop, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Maria BINGHAM, Charles Bingham, Ann Smith, Charlotte Smith and Ellen Smith. Next door but one from lodger "inmate" George Bingham - likely to be Maria's eldest son. Yes, George's age was recorded as 49, though he was 39.1 
(Head) Cen-Househ2 April 1871 He was head of the household in the 1871 UK Census of Back Lane (lower), Warsop, NTT, as George Smith, head, married, age 49, road lab. born Warsop, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Maria BINGHAM.9 
Marriage of Daughter26 November 1872 His daughter Charlotte Smith married Thomas Wastridge on 26 November 1872 at Ss Peter & Paul, Warsop, NTT.9,4,10 
Marriage of Daughter2 December 1873 His daughter Ann Smith married James Morton on 2 December 1873 at St. Oswald Church, Fulford, York, YKS.11,4,12,13 
(Head) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 He was head of the household in the 1881 UK Census of High Street, Warsop, NTT, as George Smith, head, married, age 58, ag. labourer born Warsop, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Maria BINGHAM, Lillie Morton, their daughter Ann's child..11 
Marriage of Daughter2 October 1886 His daughter Ellen Smith married Joseph Cullum on 2 October 1886 at St Mary Bishophill Junior, York, YKS.4,13 
(Head) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 He was head of the household in the 1891 UK Census of High Street, Warsop, NTT, as George Smith, head, married, age 68, retired agricultural labourer, born Warsop, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Maria BINGHAM.14 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1893 and 30 March 1893  His death was registered between 1 January 1893 and 30 March 1893 at R.D. Mansfield Ref: 7b, 32 as George Smith, age 70. The only George Smith in Mansfield, and the only one of the right age in the country in that quarter.15 
Death*4 February 1893 George Smith died on 4 February 1893 at Market Warsop, NTT.3 
(Interred) Burial*7 February 1893 He was buried on 7 February 1893 at St Peter & St Paul, Warsop, NTT, George Smith, Market Warsop, Feb 7th, age 70.3 

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(Groom) Marriage*26 January 1846 George Smith married Maria BINGHAM, daughter of James BINGHAM and Elizabeth TRAVIS, on 26 January 1846 at St. Martin, Alfreton, DBY,

Name: George Smith
Birth Date:
Birthplace:
Age:
Spouse's Name: Maria Bingham
Spouse's Birth Date:
Spouse's Birthplace:
Spouse's Age:
Event Date: 26 Jan 1846
Event Place: Alfreton,Derby,England
Father's Name: John Smith
Mother's Name:
Spouse's Father's Name: James Bingham
Spouse's Mother's Name.1,5,6
 
Children
Last Edited14 Aug 2016

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1861, Ancestry.
  2. [S1] Census, 1851, Ancestry.
  3. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=brianfjohnson&id=I2894."
  4. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  5. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FindMyPast."
  6. [S3] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  7. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  8. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  9. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  10. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast England Marriages."
  11. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  12. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "www.yorkshireBMD.org.uk."
  13. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "FindMyPast Yorkshire Marriages."
  14. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  15. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."

Gordon Edward Smith1,2

M, #1496, b. between 1 April 1898 and 31 March 1899
FatherWilliam Vaughan Smith1 b. bt 1 Jan 1868 - 31 Mar 1868, d. 25 Apr 1936
MotherEliza Hilton1 b. bt 1 Jul 1869 - 30 Sep 1869
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
Birth*between 1 April 1898 and 31 March 1899 Gordon Edward Smith, son of William Vaughan Smith and Eliza Hilton, was born between 1 April 1898 and 31 March 1899 at Colwyn Bay, DEN.1 
 Gordon Edward Smith was the son of William Vaughan Smith and Eliza Hilton.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1899 and 30 June 1899  His birth was registered between 1 April 1899 and 30 June 1899 at R.D. Conway Ref: 11b, 492 Smith, Gordon Edward mother: Hilton.2,3 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 2 Greenfield House, Eirias, Colwyn Bay, DEN, listed Gordon Edward Smith in the household of William Vaughan Smith and Eliza Hilton described as Gordon Smith, son age 2, born Colwyn Bay, DEN.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of Holbeach House, Penman Rhos, Old Colwyn, CAE, listed Gordon Edward Smith in the household of William Vaughan Smith and Eliza Hilton described as Gordon Smith, son age 12, school, born Old Conway, CAN.4 

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Last Edited12 Apr 2021

Citations

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

Grace Smith1

F, #1109, b. 15 April 1913, d. January 1998
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 Notebetween 1 April 1913 and 30 June 1913 Research Note:
Grace probably born Grace Smith - GRO entry for birth of daughter gives mother's maiden name as Smith.
Grace's mother however was probably Wilcox (if born in Long Eaton) or possibly Fearn if born in Nottm.2,3
 
Birth*15 April 1913 Grace Smith was born on 15 April 1913.4 
(Present-Other) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 The 1939 UK Register of 40 Victoria Street, Long Eaton, DBY, listed Grace Smith described as Smith, Grace (later Humphrey, Shipstone), female, born 15 April 1913, shorthand typist, single, in the household of her parents, Frederick and Elizabeth Smith.5 
Married Namebetween 1 January 1940 and 30 March 1940  As of between 1 January 1940 and 30 March 1940, her married name was Humphrey. 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1940 and 30 March 1940  Her marriage was registered between 1 January 1940 and 30 March 1940 at R.D. Ilkeston.6 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 January 1940 and 30 March 1940 She married Arthur Humphrey between 1 January 1940 and 30 March 1940 at R.D. Ilkeston.6 
Married Namebetween 1 July 1945 and 30 September 1945  As of between 1 July 1945 and 30 September 1945, her married name was Shipstone.1 
(Bride) Marriage*between 1 July 1945 and 30 September 1945 Grace Smith married John Maurice Shipstone, son of John William Shipstone and Kate Wardle, between 1 July 1945 and 30 September 1945 at R.D. Ilkeston.1,7 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1945 and 30 September 1945  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1945 and 30 September 1945 at R.D. Ilkeston.7 
Death*January 1998 Grace Smith died in January 1998 at R.D. Nottingham.4 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*January 1998  Her death was registered in January 1998 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: Vol8, P714, Reg 188, bn 15 Apr 1913.4 

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(Bride) Marriage*between 1 January 1940 and 30 March 1940 Grace Smith married Arthur Humphrey between 1 January 1940 and 30 March 1940 at R.D. Ilkeston.6 

Family of Grace Smith and John Maurice Shipstone

(Bride) Marriage*between 1 July 1945 and 30 September 1945 Grace Smith married John Maurice Shipstone, son of John William Shipstone and Kate Wardle, between 1 July 1945 and 30 September 1945 at R.D. Ilkeston.1,7 
Last Edited12 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S53] Information supplied by Researcher 19 "e-mail dated Sep 3 2005."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "Shipstone extracts."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  4. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "1837online."
  5. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  6. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Ancestry."
  7. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage.

Hector John Smith1,2

M, #1497, b. between 1 July 1900 and 31 July 1900
FatherWilliam Vaughan Smith1 b. bt 1 Jan 1868 - 31 Mar 1868, d. 25 Apr 1936
MotherEliza Hilton1 b. bt 1 Jul 1869 - 30 Sep 1869
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
Birth*between 1 July 1900 and 31 July 1900 Hector John Smith, son of William Vaughan Smith and Eliza Hilton, was born between 1 July 1900 and 31 July 1900 at Colwyn Bay, DEN.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1900 and 30 September 1900  His birth was registered between 1 July 1900 and 30 September 1900 at R.D. Conway Ref: 11b, 477 Smith, Hector John mother: Hilton.2,3 
 Hector John Smith was the son of William Vaughan Smith and Eliza Hilton.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 2 Greenfield House, Eirias, Colwyn Bay, DEN, listed Hector John Smith in the household of William Vaughan Smith and Eliza Hilton described as Hector Smith, son age 9 months, born Colwyn Bay, DEN.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of Holbeach House, Penman Rhos, Old Colwyn, CAE, listed Hector John Smith in the household of William Vaughan Smith and Eliza Hilton described as Hector Smith, son age 10, school, born Old Conway, CAN.4 

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Last Edited12 Apr 2021

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

Hilda Annie Smith1,2

F, #3399, b. 9 February 1910
ChartsDescendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
Descendants of James Bingham bn 1790/1
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1910 and 31 March 1910  Her birth was registered between 1 January 1910 and 31 March 1910 at R.D. Newmarket Ref: 3b, 426 Smith, Hilda Annie mother: Copping.2 
Birth*9 February 1910 Hilda Annie Smith was born on 9 February 1910.1 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1933 and 30 September 1933  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1933 and 30 September 1933 at R.D. Newmarket.3 
Married Namebetween 1 July 1933 and 30 September 1933  As of between 1 July 1933 and 30 September 1933, her married name was Bingham.1,3 
Marriage*between 1 July 1933 and 30 September 1933 She married George James Bingham, son of Charles Bingham and Alice Rebecca Wright, between 1 July 1933 and 30 September 1933 at R.D. Newmarket.1 
(Present-Second) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed next to the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of 6 Rozelle Terrace, Exning Road, Newmarket, CAM, as Bingham, Hilda A., female born 9 Feb 1910, married unpaid domestic duty. She was enumerated with George James Bingham, Bingham (later Pountney 2.9.63), Sylvia E. female, born 9 Oct 1934, single, at school and 1 closed record, presumably another child.1 

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Marriage*between 1 July 1933 and 30 September 1933 Hilda Annie Smith married George James Bingham, son of Charles Bingham and Alice Rebecca Wright, between 1 July 1933 and 30 September 1933 at R.D. Newmarket.1 
Last Edited12 Apr 2021

Citations

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

Lewis Smith1

M, #1921, b. between 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884
FatherSamuel Smith1 b. 1861
MotherElizabeth Ann Clifton1 b. 3 Mar 1867
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Name Variation  Lewis Smith was also known as Louis Smith.2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884  His birth was registered between 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 145 Smith, Louis mother: Clifton
Louis a male.

( not Ref: 7b 192 Smith, Lewis Bradley mother: Bradley).3,2 
Birth*between 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884 Lewis Smith, son of Samuel Smith and Elizabeth Ann Clifton, was born between 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884 at R.D. Basford.1 
 Lewis Smith was the son of Samuel Smith and Elizabeth Ann Clifton.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 39 Breach, Eastwood, NTT, listed Lewis Smith in the household of Cooper Clifton and Elizabeth Stapleton described as Lewis Smith, lodger's son, age 6, scholar, born Eastwood NTT.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 39 Breach Cottages, Eastwood, NTT, listed Lewis Smith in the household of Cooper Clifton described as Louis Smith son age 17, coal miner ganger, born Eastwood.4 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906  His marriage was registered between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906 at R.D. Nottingham.5 
Marriage*between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906 Lewis Smith married Ethel May Scott between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906 at R.D. Nottingham.6 
(Head) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of 281 Denman Street, Radford, NTT, as Lewis Smith, head, age 28, married 6 years, collier hewer, coal, colliery, worker, born Eastwood NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Ethel May Scott. The house had 4 rooms. Indexed as "Louis Smirh."6 

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Marriage*between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906 Lewis Smith married Ethel May Scott between 1 April 1906 and 30 June 1906 at R.D. Nottingham.6 
Last Edited12 Apr 2021

Citations

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

Lionel Smith1

M, #2011, b. between 1 October 1908 and 31 December 1908
FatherWilliam Vaughan Smith1 b. bt 1 Jan 1868 - 31 Mar 1868, d. 25 Apr 1936
MotherEliza Hilton1 b. bt 1 Jul 1869 - 30 Sep 1869
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
Name Variation  Lionel Smith was also known as David Lionel Smith.2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1908 and 31 December 1908  His birth was registered between 1 October 1908 and 31 December 1908 at R.D. Conway Ref: 11b, 425 Smith, David Lionel mother: Hilton.2 
Birth*between 1 October 1908 and 31 December 1908 Lionel Smith, son of William Vaughan Smith and Eliza Hilton, was born between 1 October 1908 and 31 December 1908 at Penman Rhos, Old Colwyn, CAE.1,2 
 Lionel Smith was the son of William Vaughan Smith and Eliza Hilton.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of Holbeach House, Penman Rhos, Old Colwyn, CAE, listed Lionel Smith in the household of William Vaughan Smith and Eliza Hilton described as Lionel Smith, son age 2, born Penman Rhos, CAN.1 

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

Mary Smith1

F, #2203, b. 1880
ChartsDescendants of John Hooper bn 1761 showing relationships
Descendants of John Hooper
Birth*1880 Mary Smith was born in 1880 at Rainford, LAN.1 
Married Namebetween 1898 and 1907  As of between 1898 and 1907, her married name was Taylor. 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1907 and 30 September 1907  Her marriage was registered between 1 July 1907 and 30 September 1907 at R.D. Stow-on-the-Wold.1 
Married Name25 September 1907  As of 25 September 1907, her married name was Hooper.2,3 
(Bride) Marriage*25 September 1907 She married Ernest James Hooper, son of Annie Hooper, on 25 September 1907 at Oddington, GLS,
Ernest James Hooper, age 25, bachelor, caretaker, of Oddington, Parent: Mary Ann Hooper, single woman
= Mary Taylor, age 28, widow, innkeeper, of Oddington, father: Peter Smith, pipe-maker (deceased)
In church after banns,
Wit: William (x) Hooper, Emily Jane Hooper.1,3 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 January 1908 and 31 March 1908 Her daughter Dorothy Violet Hooper was born between 1 January 1908 and 31 March 1908 at Rainford, LAN.4 
Had a Daughter13 May 1910 Her daughter Ida Madge Hooper was born on 13 May 1910 at Icomb, GLS.2,3 
(Wife) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of Icomb, Stow on the Wold, GLS, as Mary Hooper, wife, married 3 years, 2 children both living, born Rainford, LAN. She was enumerated with her husband Ernest James Hooper, Ida Madge Hooper, Frank Herbert Taylor & Walter Robert Taylor (ages 8 & 6) both step children born Oddington, GLS. The house had three rooms. It doesn't say which 2 children are theirs..their other child, Dorothy Violet Hooper, is staying with Ernest's grandfather Job.2 

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(Bride) Marriage*25 September 1907 Mary Smith married Ernest James Hooper, son of Annie Hooper, on 25 September 1907 at Oddington, GLS,
Ernest James Hooper, age 25, bachelor, caretaker, of Oddington, Parent: Mary Ann Hooper, single woman
= Mary Taylor, age 28, widow, innkeeper, of Oddington, father: Peter Smith, pipe-maker (deceased)
In church after banns,
Wit: William (x) Hooper, Emily Jane Hooper.1,3 
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Last Edited30 Dec 2020

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  2. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  3. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Ancestry."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."

Samuel Smith1

M, #1920, b. 1861
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Birth*1861 Samuel Smith was born in 1861 at Radford, NTT.1 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1884 and 31 March 1884  His marriage was registered between 1 January 1884 and 31 March 1884 at R.D. Basford.2 
(Groom) Marriage*between 1 January 1884 and 31 March 1884 He married Elizabeth Ann Clifton, daughter of Cooper Clifton and Elizabeth Stapleton, between 1 January 1884 and 31 March 1884 at R.D. Basford.1 
Had a Sonbetween 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884 His son Lewis Smith was born between 1 July 1884 and 30 September 1884 at R.D. Basford.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 39 Breach, Eastwood, NTT, listed Samuel Smith in the household of Cooper Clifton and Elizabeth Stapleton described as Samuel Smith, lodger, married, age 30, coal miner, employed, born Radford, NTT.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 39 Breach Cottages, Eastwood, NTT, listed Samuel Smith in the household of Cooper Clifton described as Samuel Smith son-in-law age 40, barder? on farm, born Radford, NTT.3 

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(Groom) Marriage*between 1 January 1884 and 31 March 1884 Samuel Smith married Elizabeth Ann Clifton, daughter of Cooper Clifton and Elizabeth Stapleton, between 1 January 1884 and 31 March 1884 at R.D. Basford.1 
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Last Edited31 Mar 2010

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  2. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  3. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.

Selina Smith1

F, #2804, b. 1833, d. January 1866
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Birth*1833 Selina Smith was born in 1833 at Greasley, NTT.2 
(Witness) Marriage16 July 1853 She witnessed the marriage of Lydia Greensmith and George Leivers on 16 July 1853 at Greasley, NTT, George Lievers (x), 22, bachelor, FWK, Kimberley,
Father: Elisha Lievers, FWK
Lydia Greensmith, 21, spinster, Kimberley,
Father: Charles Greensmith, FWK
In church by certificate from me
Wit: Joshua Lievers (x), Selina Smith (x) John Attenborough.3 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1855 and 31 March 1855  Her marriage was registered between 1 January 1855 and 31 March 1855 at R.D. Radford.1 
Married Namebetween 1 January 1855 and 31 March 1855  As of between 1 January 1855 and 31 March 1855, her married name was Leivers.1 
Marriage*between 1 January 1855 and 31 March 1855 Selina Smith married Joshua Leivers, son of Elisha Leivers and Sarah Clifton, between 1 January 1855 and 31 March 1855 at R.D. Basford.1 
Had a Sonbetween 1 July 1856 and 30 September 1856 Her son George Leivers was born between 1 July 1856 and 30 September 1856 at Greasley, NTT.2,4 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*7 April 1861 She was wife of the head of household in the 1861 UK Census of Kimberley, Greasley, NTT, as Selina Leivers, wife, married, age 28, born Greasley, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Joshua Leivers, George Leivers.2 
Had a Sonbetween 1 October 1862 and 3 December 1862 Her son Robert Leivers was born between 1 October 1862 and 3 December 1862 at Kimberley, NTT.5,4 
Death*January 1866 Selina Smith died in January 1866 at Kimberley, NTT.6 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1866 and 31 March 1866  Her death was registered between 1 January 1866 and 31 March 1866 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 63 Leivers, Selina, age 34.7 
(Interred) Burial*7 January 1866 She was buried on 7 January 1866 at Kimberley, NTT, Selina Leivers, Kimberley, age 33 years.6 

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Marriage*between 1 January 1855 and 31 March 1855 Selina Smith married Joshua Leivers, son of Elisha Leivers and Sarah Clifton, between 1 January 1855 and 31 March 1855 at R.D. Basford.1 
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Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  2. [S1] Census, 1861, Ancestry.
  3. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "Greasley, NTT."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  5. [S1] Census, 1871, Ancestry.
  6. [S31] Parochial Records, Burials "Kimberley, NTT."
  7. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "GROonline."

Stephen Waugh Smith1

M, #2089, b. between 1 April 1845 and 30 June 1845, d. 14 January 1914
ChartsDescendants of John Dickinson bn 1771/2
Descendants of John Dickinson bn 1771/2
Descendants of John Dickinson bn 1770 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1845 and 30 June 1845  His birth was registered between 1 April 1845 and 30 June 1845 at R.D. Durham & Lanchester Ref: 24, 110 Smith, Stephen Waugh mother: Blackburn.2 
Birth*between 1 April 1845 and 30 June 1845 Stephen Waugh Smith was born between 1 April 1845 and 30 June 1845 at Tantobie, DUR.1,2 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1881 and 30 June 1881  His marriage was registered between 1 April 1881 and 30 June 1881 at R.D. Newcastle upon Tyne.3 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of 3 Hastings Row, Seaton Delaval, NBL, listed Stephen Waugh Smith in the household of Fanny Clara Dickinson described as Stephen W. Smith, boarder, unmarried age 37, coal miner, born Tanfield, DUR.4 
(Groom) Marriage*9 May 1881 Stephen Waugh Smith married Fanny Clara Dickinson, daughter of Isaac Dickinson and Hannah Fox, on 9 May 1881 at Seaton Delaval, NBL,
Fannie Clara Stanger, female, widow, age 37; Father: Isaac Dickinson
= Stephen Waugh Smith, male, single, age 36; Father: Robert Smith

Marriage said to be Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, not Seaton Delaval.1 
(Head) Cen-Househ*5 April 1891 He was head of the household in the 1891 UK Census of 5 Melton Terrace, New Hartley, Seaton Delaval, NBL, as Stephen Smith, head, married, age 46, coal miner, born Tantobie, DUR. He was enumerated with his wife Fanny Clara Dickinson, her children, Clara Stanger 16, Alice Stanger 14, Ada Smith 8 & Robt. Sydney Smith 4 & William Oliver Smith 19 & Jos. Hawkins 19, both boarders..5 
(Head) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 He was head of the household in the 1901 UK Census of 5 Melton Terrace, New Hartley, Seaton Delaval, NBL, as Stephen W. Smith, head, married, age 55, deputy overman in coal mine, worker, born Tantobie, DUR. He was enumerated with his wife Fanny Clara Dickinson, her children, Robert S Smith 14, Ada E Smith 18 & Fred Dickinson, nephew age 21 born Seaton Delaval.6 
(Head) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of 5 Melton Terrace, New Hartley, Seaton Delaval, NBL, as Stephen Waugh Smith, head, age 65, married 30 years, colliery labourer (below ground), worker, born Tantobie, DUR. He was enumerated with his wife Fanny Clara Dickinson, Alice Ann Graham, Fanny's daughter age 34 married 15 years, 2 children, namely Victor age 12 & William age 11 & Frederick Dickinson, nephew age 31 born Seaton Delaval. The house had 3 rooms.7 
(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. Tynemouth Ref: 10b, 418 Smith, Stephen W. age 68.8 
Death*14 January 1914 Stephen Waugh Smith died on 14 January 1914 at 5 Melton Terrace, New Hartley, Seaton Delaval, NBL.1,9,8 
(Deceased) Prob Index*27 February 1914  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Smith Stephen Waugh of 5 Melton Terrace, New Hartley Seaton Delaval Northumberland miner died 14 January 1914. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Joseph Dixon insurance agent and Frederick Dickinson engineer on 27 February 1914 by The Probate Office, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Estate valued at £200 8s..9 

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(Groom) Marriage*9 May 1881 Stephen Waugh Smith married Fanny Clara Dickinson, daughter of Isaac Dickinson and Hannah Fox, on 9 May 1881 at Seaton Delaval, NBL,
Fannie Clara Stanger, female, widow, age 37; Father: Isaac Dickinson
= Stephen Waugh Smith, male, single, age 36; Father: Robert Smith

Marriage said to be Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, not Seaton Delaval.1 
Last Edited12 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S85] Information supplied by Researcher 5 "Letter 2008."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Ancestry."
  4. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  5. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  6. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  7. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  8. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  9. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."

Susannah Smith1

F, #2066, b. between 1846 and 1847
FatherBenjamin Wray Smith1 b. 1822
MotherCharlotte Vincent1 b. 8 Dec 1822
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of John Vincent bn 1784
Resch Note* Research Note:
cant find a suitable birth registration.2
 
Birth*between 1846 and 1847 Susannah Smith, daughter of Benjamin Wray Smith and Charlotte Vincent, was born between 1846 and 1847 at Holbeach, LIN.1 
 Susannah Smith was the daughter of Benjamin Wray Smith and Charlotte Vincent.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ30 March 1851 The 1851 UK Census of Dam Gate, Holbeach, LIN, listed Susannah Smith in the household of Benjamin Wray Smith and Charlotte Vincent described as Susannah Wray, daughter, unmarried, age 4, born Holbeach, LIN.1 

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  1. [S1] Census, 1851, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."

William Vaughan Smith1

M, #1493, b. between 1 January 1868 and 31 March 1868, d. 25 April 1936
Birth*between 1 January 1868 and 31 March 1868 William Vaughan Smith was born between 1 January 1868 and 31 March 1868 at Bodfare, FLN.2,3,4 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 January 1868 and 31 March 1868  His birth was registered between 1 January 1868 and 31 March 1868 at R.D. St. Asaph Ref: 11b, 371 Smith, William Vaughan mother: Vaughan.4 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 July 1895 and 30 September 1895  His marriage was registered between 1 July 1895 and 30 September 1895 at R.D. Conway.1,5 
Marriage*between 1 July 1895 and 30 September 1895 He married Eliza Hilton, daughter of George HILTON and Hannah EASOM, between 1 July 1895 and 30 September 1895 at R.D. Conway.1 
Had a Sonbetween 1 April 1896 and 30 June 1896 His son William Vaughan Emmanuel Smith was born between 1 April 1896 and 30 June 1896 at R.D. Conway.6 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 April 1897 and 31 March 1898 His daughter Eveline Smith was born between 1 April 1897 and 31 March 1898 at Elm, CAM.2 
Had a Sonbetween 1 April 1898 and 31 March 1899 His son Gordon Edward Smith was born between 1 April 1898 and 31 March 1899 at Colwyn Bay, DEN.2 
Had a Sonbetween 1 July 1900 and 31 July 1900 His son Hector John Smith was born between 1 July 1900 and 31 July 1900 at Colwyn Bay, DEN.2 
(Head) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 He was head of the household in the 1901 UK Census of 2 Greenfield House, Eirias, Colwyn Bay, DEN, as William V Smith, head, married age 33, journeyman baker (bread mkr), baker, born Bodfare? Flint. He was enumerated with his wife Eliza Hilton, William Vaughan Emmanuel Smith, Eveline Smith, Gordon Edward Smith and Hector John Smith, George Nixon, age 28, boarder, journeyman baker.2 
Had a Sonbetween 1 October 1908 and 31 December 1908 His son Lionel Smith was born between 1 October 1908 and 31 December 1908 at Penman Rhos, Old Colwyn, CAE.3,4 
(Head) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of Holbeach House, Penman Rhos, Old Colwyn, CAE, as William Vaughan Smith, head, age 43, married 16 years, town porter, own account, born Bodfare, bilingual. He was enumerated with his wife Eliza Hilton, Eveline Smith, Gordon Edward Smith, Hector John Smith and Lionel Smith. The house had 6 rooms, and is in county Carnarvonshire.3 
Resch Note*2 February 1923 Research Note: at London, LND,
Potential Probate for this Eliza Smith -
Smith, Eliza of Woodruff Abergale-Road Old Colwyn Denbighshire widow who died 28 December 1922 at the Cottage Hospital Old Colwyn.7
 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 April 1936 and 30 June 1936  His death was registered between 1 April 1936 and 30 June 1936 at R.D. Aled Ref: 11b, 394 as Smith, William V, aged 68.8 
(Deceased) Death*25 April 1936 William Vaughan Smith died on 25 April 1936 at Woodruffe Withington-Avenue, Old Colwyn, DEN, age 68.8,7 
(Deceased) Prob Index*15 June 1936  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Smith, William Vaughan of Woodruffe Withington-Avenue, Old Colwyn, Denbighshire died 25 April 1936. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Edward Wynn Jones, estate agent and Samuel Wilson Williams, draper. on 15 June 1936 by The Probate Office, Bangor. Estate valued at £356 0s. 5d..7 

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Marriage*between 1 July 1895 and 30 September 1895 William Vaughan Smith married Eliza Hilton, daughter of George HILTON and Hannah EASOM, between 1 July 1895 and 30 September 1895 at R.D. Conway.1 
Children
Last Edited12 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  2. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  3. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  5. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FindMyPast."
  6. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  7. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  8. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."

William Vaughan Emmanuel Smith1,2

M, #1494, b. between 1 April 1896 and 30 June 1896
FatherWilliam Vaughan Smith1 b. bt 1 Jan 1868 - 31 Mar 1868, d. 25 Apr 1936
MotherEliza Hilton1 b. bt 1 Jul 1869 - 30 Sep 1869
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1896 and 30 June 1896  His birth was registered between 1 April 1896 and 30 June 1896 at R.D. Conway Ref: 11b, 487 Smith: William Vaughan Emmanuel mother: Hilton.1,2 
Birth*between 1 April 1896 and 30 June 1896 William Vaughan Emmanuel Smith, son of William Vaughan Smith and Eliza Hilton, was born between 1 April 1896 and 30 June 1896 at R.D. Conway.1 
 William Vaughan Emmanuel Smith was the son of William Vaughan Smith and Eliza Hilton.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 2 Greenfield House, Eirias, Colwyn Bay, DEN, listed William Vaughan Emmanuel Smith in the household of William Vaughan Smith and Eliza Hilton described as William V E Smith, son age 4, born Colwyn Bay, DEN.3 
Resch Note*2 April 1911 Research Note:
Industrial school, Macclesfield.4
 

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

John Smithard1

M, #2444, b. 1866
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*1866 John Smithard was born in 1866 at London, LND.1 
Marriage*1898 He married Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, daughter of John Shipstone and Emily Beauchamp, in 1898.1 
(Enum alone) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 609 Garratt Lane, Springfield, Wandsworth S.W., LND, listed John Smithard 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.1 

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Marriage*1898 John Smithard married Frances Elizabeth Shipstone, daughter of John Shipstone and Emily Beauchamp, in 1898.1 
Last Edited2 Nov 2013

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  1. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.

Alfred Smitheringale1

M, #2843, b. between 1 July 1887 and 30 September 1887, d. between 1 October 1954 and 31 December 1954
FatherJoseph Petty Smitheringale1 b. bt 1 Apr 1855 - 30 Jun 1855, d. bt 1 Jan 1915 - 31 Mar 1915
MotherAnn Maria Clifton1 b. 28 Feb 1860, d. bt 1 Oct 1941 - 31 Dec 1941
Relationship4th cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 July 1887 and 30 September 1887  His birth was registered between 1 July 1887 and 30 September 1887 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 120 Smitheringale, Alfred mother: Clifton.2 
Birth*between 1 July 1887 and 30 September 1887 Alfred Smitheringale, son of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton, was born between 1 July 1887 and 30 September 1887 at Eastwood, NTT.1,2 
 Alfred Smitheringale was the son of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 11 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, listed Alfred Smitheringale in the household of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton described as Alfred Smitheringale, son, single, age 3, born Eastwood, NTT.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 11 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, listed Alfred Smitheringale in the household of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton described as Alfred Smitheringale, son, single, age 13, coal miner - waggoner (C. Below), worker, born Eastwood, NTT.3 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 11 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, listed Alfred Smitheringale in the household of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton described as Alfred Smitheringale, son, age 23, single, coal miner hewer, worker, born Eastwood, NTT.4 
Death*between 1 October 1954 and 31 December 1954 Alfred Smitheringale died between 1 October 1954 and 31 December 1954 at R.D. Mansfield.5 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 October 1954 and 31 December 1954  His death was registered between 1 October 1954 and 31 December 1954 at R.D. Mansfield Ref: 3c, 119 as Smitheringale, Alfred age 67.5 

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Last Edited28 Mar 2021

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  1. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  4. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  5. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeMBD."

Alice Smitheringale1

F, #2043, b. between 1 October 1852 and 31 December 1852, d. between 1 January 1889 and 31 March 1889
ChartsDescendants of Joseph Leivers
Descendants of Francis Handford
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1852 and 31 December 1852  Her birth was registered between 1 October 1852 and 31 December 1852 at R.D. Stamford Ref: 7a, 257 Smitheringale, Alice mother: Barber


West Deeping is in R.D. Stamford.2,3 
Birth*between 1 October 1852 and 31 December 1852 Alice Smitheringale was born between 1 October 1852 and 31 December 1852 at West Deeping, LIN.1,2 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 April 1874 and 30 June 1874  Her marriage was registered between 1 April 1874 and 30 June 1874 at R.D. Basford.4 
Married Namebetween 1 April 1874 and 30 June 1874  As of between 1 April 1874 and 30 June 1874, her married name was Leivers.1,4 
Had a Sonbetween 1 April 1874 and 30 June 1874 Her son Alfred Leivers was born between 1 April 1874 and 30 June 1874 at R.D. Basford.3 
(Bride) Marriage*30 April 1874 Alice Smitheringale married William Leivers, son of Alfred Lievers and Eliza Taylor, on 30 April 1874 at The Registry Office, Basford, NTT,
Ref: 7b, 302 William Leivers = Alice Smitheringale.4,5 
Had a Sonbetween 1 April 1875 and 30 June 1875 Her son Alfred Leivers was born between 1 April 1875 and 30 June 1875 at Greasley, NTT.6,2 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 January 1878 and 31 March 1878 Her daughter Hannah Lievers was born between 1 January 1878 and 31 March 1878 at Greasley, NTT.6,2 
Had a Son10 March 1880 Her son Frank Leivers was born on 10 March 1880 at Greasley, NTT.6,2,7 
(Wife) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 She was wife of the head of household in the 1881 UK Census of 17 Wellington Street, Eastwood, NTT, as
Alice Leivers, wife, married, age 28, born West Deeping, LIN. She was enumerated with her husband William Leivers, Alfred Leivers, Hannah Lievers and Frank Leivers.6 
Had a Sonbetween 1 January 1882 and 31 March 1882 Her son Henry Leivers was born between 1 January 1882 and 31 March 1882 at Eastwood, NTT.8,2 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 April 1883 and 30 June 1883 Her daughter Emma Leivers was born between 1 April 1883 and 30 June 1883 at Eastwood, NTT.8,2 
Had a Son13 December 1884 Her son Thomas Leivers was born on 13 December 1884 at Eastwood, NTT.8,9 
Death*between 1 January 1889 and 31 March 1889 Alice Smitheringale died between 1 January 1889 and 31 March 1889 at R.D. Basford.10 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 January 1889 and 31 March 1889  Her death was registered between 1 January 1889 and 31 March 1889 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 69 as Alice Leivers, age 37.10 
(Interred) Burial*26 March 1889 She was buried on 26 March 1889 at Eastwood, NTT, Alice LEIVERS, Eastwood, age 37.11 

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(Bride) Marriage*30 April 1874 Alice Smitheringale married William Leivers, son of Alfred Lievers and Eliza Taylor, on 30 April 1874 at The Registry Office, Basford, NTT,
Ref: 7b, 302 William Leivers = Alice Smitheringale.4,5 
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Last Edited12 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  4. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  5. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "Ancestry - user ftmfamily481."
  6. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  7. [S1] Census, 1939.
  8. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  9. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  10. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "FreeBMD."
  11. [S31] Parochial Records, Burials "Eastwood, NTT."

Alice Smitheringale1

F, #2841, b. between 1 April 1890 and 30 June 1890
FatherJoseph Petty Smitheringale1 b. bt 1 Apr 1855 - 30 Jun 1855, d. bt 1 Jan 1915 - 31 Mar 1915
MotherAnn Maria Clifton1 b. 28 Feb 1860, d. bt 1 Oct 1941 - 31 Dec 1941
Relationship4th cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Resch Note* Research Note:
can't find this Alice in birth indexes - only reference is 1891 census, where she was not in age order.
 
Birthbetween 1880 and 1881 Alice Smitheringale, daughter of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton, was born between 1880 and 1881 at Eastwood, NTT.1 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1890 and 30 June 1890  Her birth was registered between 1 April 1890 and 30 June 1890 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 125 Smitheringale, Alice mother: Clifton

This could be the one "age 10" in 1891.2 
Birth-Alt*between 1 April 1890 and 30 June 1890 Alice Smitheringale, daughter of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton, was also reported to have been born between 1 April 1890 and 30 June 1890 at R.D. Basford.2 
 Alice Smitheringale was the daughter of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 11 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, listed Alice Smitheringale in the household of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton described as Alice Smitheringale, daughter, single, age 10, scholar, born Eastwood, NTT, but between children aged 8 and 6.1 

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  1. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."

Arthur Smitheringale1

M, #2842, b. between 1 October 1884 and 31 December 1884
FatherJoseph Petty Smitheringale1 b. bt 1 Apr 1855 - 30 Jun 1855, d. bt 1 Jan 1915 - 31 Mar 1915
MotherAnn Maria Clifton1 b. 28 Feb 1860, d. bt 1 Oct 1941 - 31 Dec 1941
Relationship4th cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1884 and 31 December 1884  His birth was registered between 1 October 1884 and 31 December 1884 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 110 Smitheringale, Arthur mother: Clifton.2 
Birth*between 1 October 1884 and 31 December 1884 Arthur Smitheringale, son of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton, was born between 1 October 1884 and 31 December 1884 at Eastwood, NTT.1,2 
 Arthur Smitheringale was the son of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 11 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, listed Arthur Smitheringale in the household of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton described as Arthur Smitheringale, son, single, age 6, scholar, born Eastwood, NTT.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 11 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, listed Arthur Smitheringale in the household of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton described as Arthur Smitheringale, son, single, age 16, coal miner - loader (C. Hewer), worker, born Eastwood, NTT.3 

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  1. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.

Eliza Smitheringale1

F, #2839, b. between 1 April 1880 and 30 June 1880
FatherJoseph Petty Smitheringale1 b. bt 1 Apr 1855 - 30 Jun 1855, d. bt 1 Jan 1915 - 31 Mar 1915
MotherAnn Maria Clifton1 b. 28 Feb 1860, d. bt 1 Oct 1941 - 31 Dec 1941
Relationship4th cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1880 and 30 June 1880  Her birth was registered between 1 April 1880 and 30 June 1880 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 114 Smitheringale, Eliza mother: Clifton.2 
Birth*between 1 April 1880 and 30 June 1880 Eliza Smitheringale, daughter of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton, was born between 1 April 1880 and 30 June 1880 at Eastwood, NTT.1,2 
 Eliza Smitheringale was the daughter of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 The 1881 UK Census of 35 Eastwood Breech, Eastwood, NTT, listed Eliza Smitheringale in the household of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton described as Eliza Smitheringale, grandaughter age 1 born Eastwood, NTT.3 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 11 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, listed Eliza Smitheringale in the household of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton described as Eliza Smitheringale, daughter, single, age 11, scholar, born Eastwood, NTT.1 

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  1. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.

Harriet Smitheringale1

F, #2840, b. 25 March 1883
FatherJoseph Petty Smitheringale1 b. bt 1 Apr 1855 - 30 Jun 1855, d. bt 1 Jan 1915 - 31 Mar 1915
MotherAnn Maria Clifton1 b. 28 Feb 1860, d. bt 1 Oct 1941 - 31 Dec 1941
Relationship4th cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
Birth*25 March 1883 Harriet Smitheringale, daughter of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton, was born on 25 March 1883 at Eastwood, NTT.1 
 Harriet Smitheringale was the daughter of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton.1 
(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. Basford Ref: 7b, 116 Smitheringale, Harriet mother: Clifton.2 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 11 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, listed Harriet Smitheringale in the household of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton described as Harriet Smitheringale, daughter, single, age 8, scholar, born Eastwood, NTT.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 11 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, listed Harriet Smitheringale in the household of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton described as Harriet Smitheringale, daughter, single, age 18, dressmaker, at home, born Eastwood, NTT.3 
Married Namebetween 1 October 1908 and 31 December 1908  As of between 1 October 1908 and 31 December 1908, her married name was Colledge.4 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1908 and 31 December 1908  Her marriage was registered between 1 October 1908 and 31 December 1908 at R.D. Basford.4 
Marriage*between 1 October 1908 and 31 December 1908 Harriet Smitheringale married George H Colledge between 1 October 1908 and 31 December 1908 at R.D. Basford.4 
(Present-Second) Cen-Househ*29 September 1939 She was listed next to the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of Church Lane, Shirland, Chesterfield, DBY, as Colledge, Annie M., female born 25 Mar 1883, married, unpaid domestic. She was enumerated with George H Colledge Ann Maria Clifton, 2 closed records, presumably their children..5 

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Marriage*between 1 October 1908 and 31 December 1908 Harriet Smitheringale married George H Colledge between 1 October 1908 and 31 December 1908 at R.D. Basford.4 
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Citations

  1. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  4. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  5. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.

Joseph Henry Smitheringale1,2

M, #2844, b. between 1 April 1889 and 30 June 1889
FatherJoseph Petty Smitheringale1 b. bt 1 Apr 1855 - 30 Jun 1855, d. bt 1 Jan 1915 - 31 Mar 1915
MotherAnn Maria Clifton1 b. 28 Feb 1860, d. bt 1 Oct 1941 - 31 Dec 1941
Relationship4th cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1889 and 30 June 1889  His birth was registered between 1 April 1889 and 30 June 1889 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 116 Smitheringale, Joseph Henry mother: Clifton.2 
Birth*between 1 April 1889 and 30 June 1889 Joseph Henry Smitheringale, son of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton, was born between 1 April 1889 and 30 June 1889 at Eastwood, NTT.1,2 
 Joseph Henry Smitheringale was the son of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 The 1891 UK Census of 11 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, listed Joseph Henry Smitheringale in the household of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton described as Joseph H. Smitheringale, son, single, age 2, born Eastwood, NTT.1 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 The 1901 UK Census of 11 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, listed Joseph Henry Smitheringale in the household of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton described as Joseph Henry Smitheringale, son, single, age 12, born Eastwood, NTT.3 
(Enumerated) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 The 1911 UK Census of 11 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, listed Joseph Henry Smitheringale in the household of Joseph Petty Smitheringale and Ann Maria Clifton described as Joseph Henry Smitheringale, son, age 22, single, coal miner hewer, worker, born Eastwood, NTT.4 

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  1. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.
  4. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.

Joseph Petty Smitheringale1

M, #2837, b. between 1 April 1855 and 30 June 1855, d. between 1 January 1915 and 31 March 1915
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1855 and 30 June 1855  His birth was registered between 1 April 1855 and 30 June 1855 at R.D. Stamford Ref: 7a, 263 Smitheringale, Joseph Petty mother: Barber.1 
Birth*between 1 April 1855 and 30 June 1855 Joseph Petty Smitheringale was born between 1 April 1855 and 30 June 1855 at West Deeping, LIN.1 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1879 and 31 December 1879  His marriage was registered between 1 October 1879 and 31 December 1879 at R.D. Basford.2 
Marriage*between 1 October 1879 and 31 December 1879 He married Ann Maria Clifton, daughter of Rebecca Clifton, between 1 October 1879 and 31 December 1879 at R.D. Basford
Had a Daughterbetween 1 April 1880 and 30 June 1880 His daughter Eliza Smitheringale was born between 1 April 1880 and 30 June 1880 at Eastwood, NTT.3,1 
(Head) Cen-Househ3 April 1881 He was head of the household in the 1881 UK Census of 35 Eastwood Breech, Eastwood, NTT, as Joseph Smitheringale son, married, age 26 - born West Deeping, LIN. He was enumerated with his wife Ann Maria Clifton, Eliza Smitheringale. In the household of Henrey & Alice Smitheringale, Joseph's parents.4 
Had a Daughter25 March 1883 His daughter Harriet Smitheringale was born on 25 March 1883 at Eastwood, NTT.3 
Had a Sonbetween 1 October 1884 and 31 December 1884 His son Arthur Smitheringale was born between 1 October 1884 and 31 December 1884 at Eastwood, NTT.3,1 
Had a Sonbetween 1 July 1887 and 30 September 1887 His son Alfred Smitheringale was born between 1 July 1887 and 30 September 1887 at Eastwood, NTT.3,1 
Had a Sonbetween 1 April 1889 and 30 June 1889 His son Joseph Henry Smitheringale was born between 1 April 1889 and 30 June 1889 at Eastwood, NTT.3,1 
(Head) Cen-Househ*5 April 1891 He was head of the household in the 1891 UK Census of 11 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, as Joseph Smitheringale, head, married, age 36, coal miner, employed, born West Deeping, LIN. He was enumerated with his wife Ann Maria Clifton, Eliza Smitheringale, Harriet Smitheringale, Alice Smitheringale, Arthur Smitheringale, Alfred Smitheringale and Joseph Henry Smitheringale. Daughter Alice was not in age order for some reason.3 
(Head) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 He was head of the household in the 1901 UK Census of 11 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, as Joseph Smitheringale, head, married, age 45, coal miner - contractor (C. Hewer), worker, born West Deeping, LIN. He was enumerated with his wife Ann Maria Clifton, Harriet Smitheringale, Arthur Smitheringale, Alfred Smitheringale and Joseph Henry Smitheringale, children Alice Leah E age 9, Rosina age 7, Sydney age 5, Hedlin son age 3, and Annie, daughter age 1.. Near other related Clifton families on Princes Street.5 
(Head) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of 11 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, as Joseph Smitheringale, head, age 55 married 31 years, 14 children 11 living, coal miner hewer, worker, born West Deeping, LIN. He was enumerated with his wife Ann Maria Clifton, Alfred Smitheringale and Joseph Henry Smitheringale, children Rosina age 17, Sydney age 16, Hedlin son age 13, Annie, daughter age 11, Eva Eliza age 6 and Florence Hilda age 3.. The house had 5 rooms. Next door at 10 Princes Street was Ann Maria's cousin Eliza Brown nee Clifton.6 
Death*between 1 January 1915 and 31 March 1915 Joseph Petty Smitheringale died between 1 January 1915 and 31 March 1915 at R.D. Basford.7 

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Marriage*between 1 October 1879 and 31 December 1879 Joseph Petty Smitheringale married Ann Maria Clifton, daughter of Rebecca Clifton, between 1 October 1879 and 31 December 1879 at R.D. Basford
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Citations

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

Eric Peter Shipstone Snell1

M, #1066, b. 1 April 1913, d. 13 July 1961
FatherMA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell1 b. 21 Apr 1877, d. 6 Apr 1941
MotherAnnie Eliza Shipstone1 b. 5 Aug 1881, d. bt 1 Jan 1977 - 31 Mar 1977
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Shipston bn 1760 - DSP
Descendant Indented James Shipston
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1791
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760 brewing association
Descendants of James Shipstone, the brewer
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
Birth*1 April 1913 Eric Peter Shipstone Snell, son of MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell and Annie Eliza Shipstone, was born on 1 April 1913 at 7 Park Row, Nottingham, NTT.2,3 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1913 and 30 June 1913  His birth was registered between 1 April 1913 and 30 June 1913 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 7b, 641 Snell, Eric Peter Shipstone mother: Shipstone.4,5 
 Eric Peter Shipstone Snell was the son of MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell and Annie Eliza Shipstone.1 
(Mentioned) Newspaper17 January 1934 Eric Peter Shipstone Snell was mentioned in a newspaper article on 17 January 1934. As Dr. and Mrs. Snell (representing Sir Thomas Shipstone), mourners at the funeral of the late Miss Helen Shipstone.6
 
Directory*27 January 1939 He was named on 27 January 1939 in the Medical Directory as Eric Peter Shipstone Snell registered as a doctor on this date. Letters: B.M., B.Ch. 1938, U. Oxfd; M.R.C.S. Eng., 1939; L.R.C.P. Lond., 1939.7 
Occupation*1940 He was a Flying Officer in the RAF in 1940.1 
(Mentioned) Newspaper26 October 1940 He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 26 October 1940. As Flying Officer P. Snell (one of 2 grandsons), a family mourner at the funeral of the late Sir Thomas Shipstone.8
 
Death of Father6 April 1941 His father MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell died on 6 April 1941 at R.D. Nottingham.1,9,10 
(Mentioned) Newspaper7 April 1941 Eric Peter Shipstone Snell was mentioned in a newspaper article on 7 April 1941. Named as a son, Mr. E. Peter S. Snell, a flying officer in the R.A.F.V.R., in the death announcement of Dr. J.E.B. Snell.10
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper9 April 1941 He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 9 April 1941. Named as Flying-officer E. P. S. Snell (son) at the funerl of Dr. J. E. B. Snell.11
 
(Subject) Newspaper22 August 1941  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 22 August 1941.

The London Gazette of 22 Aug 1941

MEDICAL BRANCH.

The undermentioned Flying Officers are
promoted to the war substantive rank of Flight Lieutenant: —

Eric Peter Shipstone SNELL, B.M., B.Ch., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (82493).12
 
(Subject) Newspaper22 September 1943  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 22 September 1943. A Notts.- Hampshire Link

Families well known in Notts and Hampshire are named in the announcement of the engagement between Dr. E. P. S. Snell, who is serving in the Middle East as a flight-lieutenant, and section-officer Patricia Anne Beale, youngest daughter of the late Mr. H. E. G. Beale and of Mrs. Beale, of "Glengarry", Bournemouth.

Dr. Snell is the second son of the late Dr. Eric Snell and Mrs. Snell, of Edwalton Lodge, Notts, and his bride-to-be is a daughter of one who until a few years ago was a leading figure in the public life of Bournemouth. He was a former chairman of the National Chamber of Trade, and his father was successively a Mayor and an Honorary Freeman of the southern seaside resort in which he founded the Arcade store, which will be known to many thousands of holiday-makers throughout the country. Other member of the family specifically mentioned were Annie Eliza Shipstone and MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell.13 
(Subject) Newspaper*22 September 1943  Eric Peter Shipstone Snell was the subject of a newspaper article on 22 September 1943. Marriages

The engagement is announced between Flight Lieutenant Eric Peter Shipstone Snell, M.A., B.M., B.Ch., Oxon, now serving in the Middle East, second son of the late Dr. J. Eric B. Snell and of Mrs. Snell, of Edwalton Lodge, Notts, and Patricia Anne Beale, Section Officer, W.A.A.F., youngest daughter of the late Mr. Herbert E. Beale and of Mrs. Beale, of Glengarry, Bournemouth. Other member of the family specifically mentioned were Annie Eliza Shipstone and MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell.14 
Address1947  As of 1947, Eric Peter Shipstone Snell lived at Edwalton Lodge, Edwalton, NTT.15 
Address1947  As of 1947, Eric Peter Shipstone Snell lived at Edwalton Lodge, Edwalton, NTT.15 
Address*1951  As of 1951, Eric Peter Shipstone Snell lived at Edwalton Lodge, Edwalton, NTT.16 
Address1959  As of 1959, Eric Peter Shipstone Snell lived at Willoughby House, Woodville Road, Boston, LIN.17 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 July 1961 and 30 September 1961  His death was registered between 1 July 1961 and 30 September 1961 at R.D. Boston Ref: 3b 4. Indexed as Eric P.S., age 48 at death.18 
(Deceased) Death*13 July 1961 He died on 13 July 1961 at 140 Spilsby Road, Boston, LIN, A coronary, age 48.3,18,19 
Burial*18 July 1961 He was buried on 18 July 1961 at LIN.20 
(Deceased) Prob Index*3 November 1961  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Snell, Eric Peter Shipstone of 140 Spilsby Road, Boston, Lincolnshire died 13 July 1961. Authority to administer the Estate was granted Patricia Annie Elmes Snell, widow on 3 November 1961 by The Probate Office, Lincoln. Estate valued at £66842 17s. 7d..19 

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  1. [S56] Information supplied by Researcher 25.
  2. [S72] Website Worldconnect (worldconnect.rootsweb.com) "Information submitted by Jane Lawrence, from the "Callander tree.""
  3. [S73] A.E. (Nan) Snell Book - The Velvet Years "The author referring to her son."
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "FreeBMD."
  5. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  6. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "The late Miss Helen Shipstone: Wednesday 17th Jan 1934 p 7."
  7. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry."
  8. [S43] The Times, "Article - Funerals: The funeral service for Sir Thomas Shipstone, reported 26 Oct 1940."
  9. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  10. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Death of Dr. J.E.B. Snell: 7 April 1951, p6."
  11. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Funeral of the Late Dr. Snell: 9th April 1951, p4 of 4."
  12. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/58880/notices/658805/all=Shipstone."
  13. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "A Notts-Hampshire Link - Dr. E. P. S. Snell and Miss P. A. Beale; engagement 22 Sep 1943."
  14. [S43] The Times, "Article - Marriages: Dr. E. P. S. Snell and Miss P. A. Beale; engagement announced 22 Sep 1943."
  15. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry 1947."
  16. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry 1951."
  17. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry 1959."
  18. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry Images."
  19. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  20. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "DeceasedOnline."

MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell1,2,3,4

M, #837, b. 21 April 1877, d. 6 April 1941
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
Occupation* MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell was a doctor.5 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1877 and 30 June 1877  His birth was registered between 1 April 1877 and 30 June 1877 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 7b, 360 Snell, James Eric Boobbyer mother: Boobbyer.5,6 
(Child) Birth*21 April 1877 MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell was born on 21 April 1877 at R.D. Nottingham, NTT, Parents: Enoch Snell and Frances Boobbyer. James' sister marries Rev. Weller.7,4 
(Mentioned) Newspaper4 January 1893 He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 4 January 1893. The Sherriff's Juvenile Ball

At the Exchange Hall.
Lists 21 dances.

Very long list of those who accepted invitations, a "who'se who" of children of the great & good of Nottingham.

Inc. Annie Fowler, Gertrude Fowler, Eric Snell, Mortie Snell.8 
Directory9 May 1902 He was named on 9 May 1902 in the Medical Register as James Eric Boobbyer Snell registered as a doctor on this date. Letters: B.Chir., M.B. 1902, U. Camb.9 
Address*1903  As of 1903, MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell lived at 18 Castle Gate, Nottingham, NTT.10 
Directorybetween 1910 and 1911 He was named between 1910 and 1911 in the Street Index- Park Row section of the Wrights Directory of Nottingham as 7 Park Row, Snell, Jas. Eric B., M.A. M.B. surgn. at 7 Park Row, Chapel Bar, Nottingham, NTT.11 
Directorybetween 1910 and 1911 He was named between 1910 and 1911 in the Name Index section of the Wrights Directory of Nottingham as Snell J. Eric B., M.A. M.B. M.C. Cantab. surgeon, 7 Park Row, T.N. 835 at 7 Park Row, Chapel Bar, Nottingham, NTT.11 
Directory*between 1910 and 1911 He was named between 1910 and 1911 in the Street Index- Castle Gate section of the Wrights Directory of Nottingham as 18 Castle Gate, Snell, J Eric B., M.A. M.B. B.C. Cantab. surgeon. (same address as Snell Enoch, surgeon) at 18 Castle Gate, Nottingham, NTT.11 
(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. Nottingham.2,12 
(Groom) Marriage*between 1 April 1910 and 30 June 1910 He married Annie Eliza Shipstone, daughter of Thomas Shipstone and Eliza Loverseed, between 1 April 1910 and 30 June 1910 at R.D. Nottingham.2 
(Mentioned) Newspaper24 September 1910 MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell was mentioned in a newspaper article on 24 September 1910. As Dr. Eric Snell, a personal mourner at the funeral of Robert Halford.13
 
(Head) Cen-Househ*2 April 1911 He was head of the household in the 1911 UK Census of 7 Park Row, Nottingham, NTT, as James E B Snell, head, age 34, married, under 1 year, surgeon physician, own account, at home, born Nottingham, NTT. He was enumerated with his wife Annie Eliza Shipstone, Ethel 28 and Maude 21 Reeve, cook and parlourmaid.. The house had 12 rooms. James index as "James C Snell."14 
Had a Son13 August 1911 His son Thomas Brooking Snell was born on 13 August 1911.15 
Had a Son1 April 1913 His son Eric Peter Shipstone Snell was born on 1 April 1913 at 7 Park Row, Nottingham, NTT.15,16 
(Mentioned) Newspaper11 March 1914 MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell was mentioned in a newspaper article on 11 March 1914. As Mr. Eric Snell, a chief mourner, at the funeral of Enoch Shipstone.17
 
Had a Daughter5 November 1918 His daughter Joan Audrey Snell was born on 5 November 1918 at 7 Park Row, Nottingham, NTT.15,18,19 
Marriage of Son11 January 1936 His son Thomas Brooking Snell married Jessie Eileen Sanders on 11 January 1936 at All Soul's Church, Langham Place, Marylebone, LND.20 
Address1939  As of 1939, MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell lived at 7 Park Row, Nottingham, NTT.21 
(Present-Main) Cen-Househ29 September 1939 He was listed at the top of the household in the 1939 UK Register of Edwalton Lodge, Melton road, West Bridgford, NTT, as Snell, James E. B., male, born 21 Apr 1877, married, surgeon - C. D. Service First Aid. He was enumerated with Annie Eliza Shipstone, one closed record (one of their daughters) and 3 domestic servants - Clarice S. Fletcher, Elsie M. Burt, Grace E. Grant.22 
(Mentioned) Newspaper26 October 1940 MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell was mentioned in a newspaper article on 26 October 1940. As Dr. E Snell, family mourner at the funeral of the late Sir Thomas Shipstone.23
 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*between 1 April 1941 and 30 June 1941  His death was registered between 1 April 1941 and 30 June 1941 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 7b 630, age 63, indexed as James E. B. Snell.19 
(Deceased) Death*6 April 1941 He died on 6 April 1941 at R.D. Nottingham age 63, in a nursing home.5,19,24 
Address6 April 1941  As of 6 April 1941, MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell lived at The Lodge, Edwalton, NTT.25 
(Subject) Newspaper*7 April 1941  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 7 April 1941.

Death of Dr. J.E.B. Snell

Well Known in Medical and Golfing Circles


The death took place last night in a nursing home of Dr. J. Eric B. Snell, of Edwalton Lodge, second son of the late Enoch Snell, and a son-in-law of the late Sir Thomas Shipstone, in his 64th year.
A well-known figure in medical and golfing circles, Dr. Snell was educated at Nottingham High School and at Caius College, Cambridge. He rowed with the Caius College 2nd Lent boat in 1896, but his medical studies prevented him from continuing as an oarsman.
(Illustration)
He passed the National Science Tripos with honours, and came down in 1898. After being at St. Thomas' Hospital, he came to Nottingham, and practiced in Park-Row.
Dr. Snell, together with Dr. Galloway, compiled a book on Nottingham on the occasion of a visit to the city by the British Medical Association, and the interest of the Snell family in the medical profession is reflected in the fact that a son, Thomas B Snell, is a Surgeon-Lieutenant in the R.N.V.R., and three daughters are serving in the Red Cross. Another son, Mr. E. Peter S. Snell, is a flying officer in the R.A.F.V.R.
A very keen golfer, Dr. Snell had many friends in the Wollaton and Hollinwell clubs.
The funeral is to take place at Edwalton, at noon on Wednesday.24
 
(Interred) Burial*9 April 1941 He was buried on 9 April 1941 at Edwalton, NTT, Funeral at Edwalton Church.26 
(Subject) Newspaper9 April 1941  He was the subject of a newspaper article on 9 April 1941.

Late Dr. Snell

A representative attendance of members of the medical profession attended the funeral, at Edwalton Church today, of Dr. Eric J. Snell of Edwalton Lodge, a well-known figure in medical circles, whose death occurred on Sunday night at the age of 64.

The family mourners included the widow, Flying-officer E. P. S. Snell (son), Misses Barbara, Noanie and Pat Snell (daughters), Mrs. T. B. Snell (daughter-in-law), Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Marshall (brother-in-law and sister), Dr. and Mrs. Montague Snell, and Dr. and Mrs. F. Rupert Snell (brothers and sister-in-law), Mrs. A. B. Lewis (cousin), Miss F. M. Marshall (niece), and Sister Cammell (nurse).

Relative unable to be present were Surgeon-Lieut. T. B. Snell, R. N. V. R. (son, on active service), Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Snell (brother and sister-in-law), and Mrs. R. D. Weller (sister).

Among the general mourners were Sir Jesse Hand, Sir Charles Pain, Sir Douglas McCraith, Dr. Percy Hardy, Dr. Llewellyn Davies, Dr. T. A. Summers, Dr. B. R. B. Truman, Dr. H. D. and Mrs. McKinna, Dr. and Mrs. J. Wilkie Scott, Dr. G. A. Robinson, Dr. W. B. Blandy, Dr. W. T. Rowe, Dr. F. Crooks (representing Nottingham Medico-Chirurgical Society), Dr. A. Gordon, Dr. J. G. Bell, Lieut.-Col. L. R. Halford and Mrs. E. Halford, Flt.-Lieut G. L. C. Bagshaw, Mrs. Rook and Mr. Lawrence Rook (representing Col. W. R. Rook), Mr. H. D. Bright, Miss J. Bright (representing the British Red Cross), Mrs. G. Furze (Commandant) and Mrs. L. Smithson, of Edwalton Grange Convalescent Home, Mr. A. G. Snook (representing Mr. J. B. Snook), Mrs. R. Henderson (representing Mr. A. C. Burrows), Mrs Walton (representing Col. A. Walton), Mr. and Mrs. W. Crane and Miss J. Crane, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Shacklock and Mrs. W. H. Shacklock, Principal H. A. S. Wortley, Mr. L. R. Mackness (also representing Major E. J. Selby and Lieut. E. G. Selby), Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Shipstone, Mr. J. H. Shipstone, Mrs. J. Shipstone and Mrs. F. Wright, Mrs. Oliver Hind, Messrs. J. J. Slater, W. Clayton, and A. R. Williams (representing Wollaton Park Golf Club), Mr. J. F. Young (representing Westminster Bank), Mr. H. M. Woolley (representing J. S. Woolley Ltd.), Mr. F. W. and W. A. Heazell and Miss Heazell, Mr. L Smith, Mrs. Wm. Pidcock (also representing Mr. Wm. Pidcock), Mr. C. H. Allen, Mr. A. R. Harwood, Mrs. Turner, Mr. J. W. Waite, Mr. R. Goddard, Mr. G. Bayne, Mrs. H. Farnsworth. Miss G. Moss, Miss E. C. Evans, Miss Gilbert, and Miss E. Blagg, Mr. and Mrs. G. Harrison, Miss Tooley, Mr. W. H. Attewell, Mr. A. W. Loverseed and Mr. W. E. Attewell.27
 
(Deceased) Prob Index*28 July 1941  In the Probate Index, the deceased was described as Snell, James Eric Boobbyer of The Lodge, Edwalton, Nottinghamshire died 6 April 1941. Authority to administer the Estate was granted to Annie Eliza Shipstone described as to Thomas Brooking Snell described as Annie Eliza Snell, widow and Thomas Brooking Snell, Surgeon Lieutenant R.N. on 28 July 1941 by The Probate Office, Nottingham. Estate valued at £22356 9s. 6d. Resworn £25324 15s. 7d..25 
(Subject) Newspaper25 August 1941  MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell was the subject of a newspaper article on 25 August 1941.

Doctor J.E.B. Snell's Bequests

Dr. James Eric Boobbyer Snell, of The Lodge, Edwalton, who died on April 6th last, son of Dr. Enoch Snell, and son-in-law of Sir Thomas Shipstone, left £22,356, with net personalty £19,057. He left £100 each to his friends, Dr. McKinna, Leslie Smith, and Dr. James T Bell, £50 to his butler, Alfred Hurst, £30 to his gardener, Joseph Smith, £20 to his chauffeur, Arthur Hatton, and £10 to each maid of two years service.28
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper22 September 1943 He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 22 September 1943. As the late Dr. J. Eric B. Snell of Edwalton Lodge, Notts (husband of Mrs. Snell and Father of Eric Peter Shipstone Snell), in the engagement announcement of Eric Peter Shipstone Snell and Patricia Beale.29
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper22 September 1943 He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 22 September 1943. As the late Dr. J. Eric B. Snell of Edwalton Lodge, Notts (husband of Mrs. Snell and Father of Eric Peter Shipstone Snell), in the engagement announcement of Eric Peter Shipstone Snell and Patricia Beale.30
 

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(Groom) Marriage*between 1 April 1910 and 30 June 1910 MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell married Annie Eliza Shipstone, daughter of Thomas Shipstone and Eliza Loverseed, between 1 April 1910 and 30 June 1910 at R.D. Nottingham.2 
Children
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Citations

  1. Title from Callandar tree (worldconnect).
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  6. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
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  14. [S1] Census, 1911, FindMyPast.
  15. [S72] Website Worldconnect (worldconnect.rootsweb.com) "Information submitted by Jane Lawrence, from the "Callander tree.""
  16. [S73] A.E. (Nan) Snell Book - The Velvet Years "The author referring to her son."
  17. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Late Mr. E Shipstone; 11 Mar 1914."
  18. [S73] A.E. (Nan) Snell Book - The Velvet Years.
  19. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  20. [S73] A.E. (Nan) Snell Book - The Velvet Years "The author referring to her son's marriage."
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  22. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  23. [S43] The Times, "Article - Funerals: The funeral service for Sir Thomas Shipstone, reported 26 Oct 1940."
  24. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Death of Dr. J.E.B. Snell: 7 April 1951, p6."
  25. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  26. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Funersl of the Late Dr. Snell: 9th April 1951, p4 of 4."
  27. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Funeral of the Late Dr. Snell: 9th April 1951, p4 of 4."
  28. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Doctor J.E.B. Snell's Bequests: 25 Aug 1941, p4."
  29. [S43] The Times, "Article - Marriages: Dr. E. P. S. Snell and Miss P. A. Beale; engagement announced 22 Sep 1943."
  30. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "A Notts-Hampshire Link - Dr. E. P. S. Snell and Miss P. A. Beale; engagement 22 Sep 1943."

Joan Audrey Snell1,2,3

F, #1068, b. 5 November 1918, d. July 1999
FatherMA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell4 b. 21 Apr 1877, d. 6 Apr 1941
MotherAnnie Eliza Shipstone4 b. 5 Aug 1881, d. bt 1 Jan 1977 - 31 Mar 1977
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Shipston bn 1760 - DSP
Descendant Indented James Shipston
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1791
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760 brewing association
Descendants of James Shipstone, the brewer
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
Name Variation  Joan Audrey Snell was also known as Noanie Snell.4 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 October 1918 and 31 December 1918  Her birth was registered between 1 October 1918 and 31 December 1918 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 7b, 508 Snell, Joan Audrey mother: Shipstone.5,6 
Birth*5 November 1918 Joan Audrey Snell, daughter of MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell and Annie Eliza Shipstone, was born on 5 November 1918 at 7 Park Row, Nottingham, NTT.7,8,2 
 Joan Audrey Snell was the daughter of MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell and Annie Eliza Shipstone.4 
(Beneficiary) Will13 May 1931 Joan Audrey Snell was named as "my God-daughter, Joan Audrey Snell (£100), such of my books as she may like to have and my diamond spray brooch", a beneficiary in the Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931.9 
Death of Father6 April 1941 Her father MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell died on 6 April 1941 at R.D. Nottingham.4,2,10 
(Mentioned) Newspaper7 April 1941 Joan Audrey Snell was mentioned in a newspaper article on 7 April 1941. Named as one of three daughters of J Eric Snell, serving in the Red Cross, in the death announcement of Dr. J.E.B. Snell.10
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper9 April 1941 She was mentioned in a newspaper article on 9 April 1941. Named as "Noanie" one of three daughters of J Eric Snell, at the funeral of Dr. J. E. B. Snell.11
 
Married Name5 June 1950  As of 5 June 1950, her married name was Sanders.12 
Note*5 June 1950 "Noanie's marriage with Geoff, (Tommy's brother-in-law - he married Eileen Sanders) took place at St. John's Church, Surrey Road, Bournemouth, on June 5th 1950. The vicar Rev. J. Featherstone, officiated, and Canon John Morris. Many guests assembled for the reception at the Durley Hall Hotel. Noanie's classical gown made of the new cream material called grosgrain, was made at Griffin and Spaldings, Nottingham. The long train greatly added to the elegant picture she made.
During the speeches Noanie's name was called for and she being so unusually nervous, I gave her another glass of champagne to boost her courage, where upon she began with a very clear voice, "God bless the King and Queen!!!" much to the amusement of the guests. Geoff who was almost as nervous finished off his few suitable words in saying, "My wife's colouring is natural"! Roars of laughter followed. Noanie's skin was sunburnt to the shade of coffee. She made a lovely bride and I believe everybody enjoyed themselves. The honeymoon was spent at Knoll House Hotel, Studland. They bought a small bungalow at West Horsley, Surrey."8 
Death*July 1999 She died in July 1999 at R.D. Poole.2 
(Deceased) DC-Reg*July 1999  Her death was registered in July 1999 at R.D. Poole Ref: Register number: C26E
District and Subdistrict: 4311C
Entry number: 206
Birth Date: 5 Nov 1918
Indexed as Joan Audrey Sanders.2 

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Citations

  1. [S72] Website Worldconnect (worldconnect.rootsweb.com) "Information submitted by Jane Lawrence, from the "Callander tree".
    Incorrectly has "Audley" not "Audrey"."
  2. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  3. [S73] A.E. (Nan) Snell Book - The Velvet Years "The authoress describing her daughter."
  4. [S56] Information supplied by Researcher 25.
  5. [S8] Index to GRO Births "Ancestry."
  6. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  7. [S72] Website Worldconnect (worldconnect.rootsweb.com) "Information submitted by Jane Lawrence, from the "Callander tree.""
  8. [S73] A.E. (Nan) Snell Book - The Velvet Years.
  9. [S14] Will "Will of Helen Shipstone dated 13 May 1931."
  10. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Death of Dr. J.E.B. Snell: 7 April 1951, p6."
  11. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Funeral of the Late Dr. Snell: 9th April 1951, p4 of 4."
  12. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "Ancestry."

Thomas Brooking Snell1

M, #1065, b. 13 August 1911, d. December 1996
FatherMA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell2 b. 21 Apr 1877, d. 6 Apr 1941
MotherAnnie Eliza Shipstone2 b. 5 Aug 1881, d. bt 1 Jan 1977 - 31 Mar 1977
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Philip John CHAMBERLAIN
ChartsDescendants of James Shipston bn 1760 - DSP
Descendant Indented James Shipston
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1791
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760 brewing association
Descendants of James Shipstone, the brewer
Descendants of James Shipston bn 1760 - In Military
Occupation* Thomas Brooking Snell was a doctor.2 
Name Variation  Thomas Brooking Snell was also known as Tommy Snell.2 
Birth*13 August 1911 Thomas Brooking Snell, son of MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell and Annie Eliza Shipstone, was born on 13 August 1911.1 
 Thomas Brooking Snell was the son of MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell and Annie Eliza Shipstone.2 
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 September 1911 and 31 December 1911  His birth was registered between 1 September 1911 and 31 December 1911 at R.D. Nottingham Ref: 7b, 673 Snell, Thomas Brooking mother: Shipstone.3,4 
(Groom) MC-Reg*between 1 January 1936 and 31 March 1936  His marriage was registered between 1 January 1936 and 31 March 1936 at R.D. Marylebone.5 
(Groom) Marriage*11 January 1936 Thomas Brooking Snell married Jessie Eileen Sanders on 11 January 1936 at All Soul's Church, Langham Place, Marylebone, LND,
Book states 1946, but was actually 1936.
" lovely wedding that followed,
and which took place on January 11th 1946, at All Souls, Langham Place, when Tommy's Uncle, Rev. R. D. Weller, with the vicar at All Souls officiated. There were six bridesmaids, including Tommy's three sisters, Barbara, Noanie and
Pat, and two of Eileens' school friends, and sister Betty, whose names I do not recall. The best man was Canon Lee's son, Neville, of Nottingham.

The beautifully arranged reception was held at our very familiar family hotel, the Langham, Portland Place; where our family and many of the guests were staying. Eileen's beautiful wedding gown was made of a delicate white diaphanous material, with a long train attractively trimmed on the edges with imitation roses. The bridesmaids in almond green velvet dresses, with medium trains, walked in crocodile form from the Church, following groom and bride to the hotel, as it was very conveniently near. They made a very pretty picture in spite of the various hair styles. Eileen's long fine net veil blew heavenwards! They and the many guests were ushered into the private red and gold reception room, to partake of the luscious wedding breakfast, and hear the lavish speeches. After the disappearance of the bridal couple, a very pleasant dance took place in the large lounge of the hotel, to the strains of a suitable string orchestra. Although I was very careful not to convey any expression of regret, my heart was heavy as lead in the knowledge of having lost, to a very great extent, my son, on whom I doted, and yet was glad for his happiness."6 
Directory*4 August 1937 Thomas Brooking Snell was named on 4 August 1937 in the Medical Directory as Thomas Brooking Snell registered as a doctor on this date. Letters: B.M., B.Ch. 1937 U. Oxfd.7 
Name Variation4 August 1937  As of 4 August 1937, Thomas Brooking Snell was also known as B.M., B. Ch.8 
Address1939  As of 1939, Thomas Brooking Snell lived at 30 Chivelston, Park Side, Wimbledon Common, London, LND.8 
(Mentioned) Newspaper24 February 1941 He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 24 February 1941. As his grandson, Thomas Snell, a gold watch, in the Will of Sir Thomas Shipstone.9
 
Death of Father6 April 1941 His father MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell died on 6 April 1941 at R.D. Nottingham.2,10,11 
(Mentioned) Newspaper7 April 1941 Thomas Brooking Snell was mentioned in a newspaper article on 7 April 1941. Named as son, Thomas B Snell, a Surgeon-Lieutenant in the R.N.V.R., in the death announcement of Dr. J.E.B. Snell.11
 
(Mentioned) Newspaper9 April 1941 He was mentioned in a newspaper article on 9 April 1941. Named as "Surgeon-Lieut. T. B. Snell, R. N. V. R. (son, on active service)" one of mourners unable to be present at the funeral of Dr. J. E. B. Snell.12
 
(Administrator) Prob Index28 July 1941 Authority was granted to Thomas Brooking Snell described as Thomas Brooking Snell, surgeon lieutenant R.N. to administer the Estate of MA MB Bch (Cantab) James Eric Boobbyer Snell on 28 July 1941 at The Probate Office, Nottingham, valued at £22356 9s. 6d. Resworn £25324 15s. 7d..13 
Address1943  As of 1943, Thomas Brooking Snell lived at 30 Chivelston, Park Side, Wimbledon Common, London, LND.14 
Living1947 He was living in 1947 at Talbot Woods, Bournemouth, DOR.15 
Address1947  As of 1947, Thomas Brooking Snell lived at 5 Chine Court, Western Road, Branksome Park, Bournemouth, DOR.16 
Living*1949 He was living in 1949 at 54 Glenfurness Avenue, Bournemouth, DOR.15 
Address*1951  As of 1951, Thomas Brooking Snell lived at 5 Chine Court, Western Road, Branksome Park, Bournemouth, HAM.17 
Address1959  As of 1959, Thomas Brooking Snell lived at 54 Glenfurness Avenue, Bournemouth, HAM.18 
Death*December 1996 He died in December 1996 at R.D. Poole.19 

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(Groom) Marriage*11 January 1936 Thomas Brooking Snell married Jessie Eileen Sanders on 11 January 1936 at All Soul's Church, Langham Place, Marylebone, LND,
Book states 1946, but was actually 1936.
" lovely wedding that followed,
and which took place on January 11th 1946, at All Souls, Langham Place, when Tommy's Uncle, Rev. R. D. Weller, with the vicar at All Souls officiated. There were six bridesmaids, including Tommy's three sisters, Barbara, Noanie and
Pat, and two of Eileens' school friends, and sister Betty, whose names I do not recall. The best man was Canon Lee's son, Neville, of Nottingham.

The beautifully arranged reception was held at our very familiar family hotel, the Langham, Portland Place; where our family and many of the guests were staying. Eileen's beautiful wedding gown was made of a delicate white diaphanous material, with a long train attractively trimmed on the edges with imitation roses. The bridesmaids in almond green velvet dresses, with medium trains, walked in crocodile form from the Church, following groom and bride to the hotel, as it was very conveniently near. They made a very pretty picture in spite of the various hair styles. Eileen's long fine net veil blew heavenwards! They and the many guests were ushered into the private red and gold reception room, to partake of the luscious wedding breakfast, and hear the lavish speeches. After the disappearance of the bridal couple, a very pleasant dance took place in the large lounge of the hotel, to the strains of a suitable string orchestra. Although I was very careful not to convey any expression of regret, my heart was heavy as lead in the knowledge of having lost, to a very great extent, my son, on whom I doted, and yet was glad for his happiness."6 
Last Edited12 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S72] Website Worldconnect (worldconnect.rootsweb.com) "Information submitted by Jane Lawrence, from the "Callander tree.""
  2. [S56] Information supplied by Researcher 25.
  3. [S8] Index to GRO Births.
  4. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  5. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  6. [S73] A.E. (Nan) Snell Book - The Velvet Years "The author referring to her son's marriage."
  7. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry."
  8. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry 1939."
  9. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Sir Thomas Shipstone's Bequests: Monday 24 Feb 1941, p5."
  10. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry."
  11. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Death of Dr. J.E.B. Snell: 7 April 1951, p6."
  12. [S42] Nottingham Evening Post, "Funeral of the Late Dr. Snell: 9th April 1951, p4 of 4."
  13. [S13] Index to Wills Probate Index "Ancestry."
  14. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry 1943."
  15. [S73] A.E. (Nan) Snell Book - The Velvet Years.
  16. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry 1947."
  17. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry 1951."
  18. [S19] Trade Directory "UK Medical registers, Ancestry 1959."
  19. [S5] Index to GRO Deaths "Ancestry images."

Elizabeth Soar1

F, #2739, b. between 1 April 1857 and 30 June 1857
ChartsDescendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton - Married
Descendants of William Clifton
Descendants of William Clifton bn 1741 - In Military
(Registered) BC-Reg*between 1 April 1857 and 30 June 1857  Her birth was registered between 1 April 1857 and 30 June 1857 at R.D. Basford Ref: 7b, 91 Soar, Elizabeth mother: Grainger

The above most likely. However, could also be:
D 1854 Nottm
M 1858 Nottm
D 1856 Radford.2 
Birth*between 1 April 1857 and 30 June 1857 Elizabeth Soar was born between 1 April 1857 and 30 June 1857 at Greasley, NTT.3,2 
(Bride) MC-Reg*between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875  Her marriage was registered between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875 at R.D. Basford.1 
Married Namebetween 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875  As of between 1 October 1875 and 31 December 1875, her married name was Clifton.1 
(Bride) Marriage*25 December 1875 She married Samuel Clifton, son of Rebecca Clifton, on 25 December 1875 at Kimberley, NTT,
25 Dec 1875
Samuel Clifton (x), 21, bachelor, coal miner, Kimberley, Joseph Clifton, coal miner
= Elizabeth Soar (x), 18, spinster, Kimberley, John soar coal miner
In Church after Banns
Wit: John Soar (X) Eliza Soar (X)

Gives father as Joseph Clifton -
So the marriage to Elizabeth Soar may not be "my" Samuel!! But as he was brought up by his grandfather Joseph Clifton - this still looks right!1,4 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 January 1876 and 31 March 1876 Her daughter Esther Clifton was born between 1 January 1876 and 31 March 1876 at Greasley, NTT.3,5 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 January 1879 and 31 March 1879 Her daughter Eliza Clifton was born between 1 January 1879 and 31 March 1879 at Greasley, NTT.3,2 
Had a SonFebruary 1881 Her son Joseph Clifton was born in February 1881 at Greasley, NTT.3 
(Wife) Cen-Househ*3 April 1881 She was wife of the head of household in the 1881 UK Census of Lynn Croft, Newthorpe, Greasley, NTT, as Elizabeth Clifton, wife, married, age 24, born Greasley, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Samuel Clifton, Esther Clifton, Eliza Clifton and Joseph Clifton.3 
Had a Daughterbetween 1 January 1882 and 31 March 1882 Her daughter Alice Clifton was born between 1 January 1882 and 31 March 1882 at Eastwood, NTT.2 
Had a son27 April 1884 Her son Samuel Clifton was baptised on 27 April 1884 at Eastwood, NTT.5 
Had a Daughter28 February 1886 Her daughter Lizzie Clifton was baptised on 28 February 1886 at Eastwood, NTT.5 
Had a Son4 March 1889 Her son Herbert Clifton was born on 4 March 1889 at Eastwood, NTT.6,7 
Had a Daughter22 February 1891 Her daughter Ada Clifton was baptised on 22 February 1891 at Eastwood, NTT.5 
(Wife) Cen-Househ5 April 1891 She was wife of the head of household in the 1891 UK Census of 6 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, as Elizabeth Clifton, wife, married, age 35, born Kimberley, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Samuel Clifton, Esther Clifton, Eliza Clifton, Joseph Clifton, Alice Clifton, Samuel Clifton, Herbert Clifton and Ada Clifton.8 
Had a Daughter28 August 1892 Her daughter Elizabeth Clifton was baptised on 28 August 1892 at Eastwood, NTT.5 
Had a son25 March 1894 Her son John Clifton was baptised on 25 March 1894 at Eastwood, NTT.5 
Had a Daughter31 January 1897 Her daughter Annie Clifton was baptised on 31 January 1897 at Eastwood, NTT.5 
(Wife) Cen-Househ31 March 1901 She was wife of the head of household in the 1901 UK Census of 6 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, as Elizabeth Clifton, wife, married, age 45, born Kimberley, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Samuel Clifton, Alice Clifton, Samuel Clifton, Herbert Clifton, Ada Clifton, Elizabeth Clifton, John Clifton and Annie Clifton, Next door but one from 8 Princes Street, where daughter Esther and husband Herbert Naylor are living..9 
(Wife) Cen-Househ2 April 1911 She was wife of the head of household in the 1911 UK Census of 6 Princes Street, Eastwood, NTT, as Elizabeth Clifton, wife, age 55, married 35 years, 12 children, 8 living, born Kimberley, NTT. She was enumerated with her husband Samuel Clifton, Elizabeth Clifton and John Clifton.7 

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(Bride) Marriage*25 December 1875 Elizabeth Soar married Samuel Clifton, son of Rebecca Clifton, on 25 December 1875 at Kimberley, NTT,
25 Dec 1875
Samuel Clifton (x), 21, bachelor, coal miner, Kimberley, Joseph Clifton, coal miner
= Elizabeth Soar (x), 18, spinster, Kimberley, John soar coal miner
In Church after Banns
Wit: John Soar (X) Eliza Soar (X)

Gives father as Joseph Clifton -
So the marriage to Elizabeth Soar may not be "my" Samuel!! But as he was brought up by his grandfather Joseph Clifton - this still looks right!1,4 
Children
Last Edited12 Apr 2021

Citations

  1. [S7] Index to GRO Marriage "FreeBMD."
  2. [S8] Index to GRO Births "GROonline."
  3. [S1] Census, 1881, Ancestry.
  4. [S60] Parochial Records, Marriages "Kimberley, NTT."
  5. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Eastwood, NTT."
  6. [S1] Census, 1939, FindMyPast.
  7. [S1] Census, 1911, Ancestry.
  8. [S1] Census, 1891, Ancestry.
  9. [S1] Census, 1901, Ancestry.

Mary Soar1

F, #1794, b. 22 January 1825, d. 2 September 1885
Birth*22 January 1825 Mary Soar was born on 22 January 1825 at Beauvale, Greasley, NTT.1 
Baptism15 February 1825 She was baptised on 15 February 1825 at Eastwood, NTT.2 
Married Name19 April 1843  As of 19 April 1843, her married name was Taylor.1 
Marriage*19 April 1843 She married William Jesse Taylor, son of William Taylor and Martha MEAKING, on 19 April 1843 at Greasley, NTT.1 
Had a Son22 January 1844 Her son William Henry Taylor was born on 22 January 1844 at Eastwood, NTT.2 
Death of Spouse25 June 1845 Her husband William Jesse Taylor died on 25 June 1845 at Eastwood, NTT.1 
Had a Son29 August 1845 Her son Jesse Soar Taylor was born on 29 August 1845 at Eastwood, NTT.2 
(Head) Cen-Househ*30 March 1851 She was head of the household in the 1851 UK Census of Engine Row, Greasley, NTT, as Mary Taylor, head, widow, age 26, stitcher, born Greasley, NTT. She was enumerated with William Henry Taylor and Jesse Soar Taylor, Henry Soar, her father and his 2 youngest children, are in the same house..3 
Resch Note*21 February 1858 Research Note:
Married John Harvey Moore, Salt lake City, Utah. She was his second? wife. He was born 1816.2
 
Death of Son3 July 1860 Her son William Henry Taylor died on 3 July 1860.2 
Resch Note26 July 1870 Research Note: at Payson, Utah, UT, USA,
US Census. Mary Moore is with family of John H Moore. However, it is not obvious she is his wife, unless he has two at the same time...
John H Moore, 54, male, white, farmer, born Ohio
Clarissa Moore, 45, female, white, keeping house, born Ohio
Samuel Moore, 15, male, white, at home, born Utah
Anna M Moore, 13, female, white, no occupation, born Utah
Amanda Caldwell, 7, female, white, at home, born Utah
George B Moore, 4/12, male, white (blank), born Utah, January
Mary Moore, 45, female, white, keeping house, born England
Henry Soar, 71, male, white, no occupation, born England

John Harvey Moore died in Payson in 1889
Clarissa (wife #1, m 1841) died in Payson in 1905
Paula (wife #2, m 1856 her husband #3) died in Kanossh, Millard, Utah in 1908

Mary (who was wife #3, m1858) died in 1885.4
 
Death*2 September 1885 Mary Soar died on 2 September 1885 at Payson, Utah, UT, USA.1 
Burial*after 2 September 1885 She was buried after 2 September 1885 at City Cemetery, Payson, Utah, UT, USA.2 

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Known family has already been included
Known to be married
Married to sibling of main line
No entry in National Probate Calendar 1858-1966 after death

Known Children of Mary Soar and William Jesse Taylor

Marriage*19 April 1843 Mary Soar married William Jesse Taylor, son of William Taylor and Martha MEAKING, on 19 April 1843 at Greasley, NTT.1 
Children
Last Edited12 Sep 2013

Citations

  1. [S76] Website Web Site (unknown url) "http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/af/pedigree_view.asp?recid=1000717&familyid=161&frompage=0
    familysearch pedigree chart."
  2. [S3] International Genealogical Index (IGI), http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/af/family_group_record.asp?familyid=2421326&frompage=0
  3. [S1] Census, 1851, Ancestry.
  4. [S3] International Genealogical Index (IGI), familysearch.org.
  5. [S54] Parochial Records, Baptisms "Greasley, NTT."