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 Names

Notes    

Backhouse, Mr J

31 Mr J in 1892 coachman to Coln. Thorpe

Backhouse, Mr Percy

Backhouse, Mr George

Backhouse, Frank

 

15 Mr Percy in 1886 - 1892 got an award for attendance.

15 Mr George - in 1893 he also got an attendance award.

15 Mr F(rank) on 21.12.1893 Annual Children-s Concert performed a part in a dialogue -A recitation contest- in the new schoolroom (with Hunt, H Farmer, A Crawford.) In 1893 he also got an attendance award.

Backhouse, Miss Lizzie (later Mrs Webber)

Webber, Percy

16 - 04/02/1896 - Percy Webber    married Lizzie           Backhouse    

Bagshaw, Mr John Henry

13 Mr John Henry  - in 1916 poultry breeder

Baguley, Harold

18/19 - at Beckingham Rd

Bailey, Ellen M

19 - 1957 at 13 Main St

18 - 1961 at 1 Main St - typo-

Bailey, James J

18/19 - at 5 Main St

Bailey, Miss Mary (later Mrs Henton)

Henton, William

16 - 15/02/1855 - William Henton married Mary Bailey

Baker, Thomas

Baker, Mrs Elisabeth (nee Dickinson)

16 - 25/08/1766 - Thomas Baker married Elisabeth Dickinson.  

Baker, Miss Elizabeth (later Mrs Asling)

Asling, James

16 - 22/07/1784 - James Asling married Elizabeth Baker.

Baker, Miss Charlotte (later Mrs Beck)

Beck, George

16 - 24/02/1800 - George Beck married Charlotte Baker.

Bakewell, Ms Alice Phoebe

3 Ms Alice Phoebe - d 28.9.1889 aged 28 - stained glass window in church; b~1861

Bakin, Mr Leslie

3 Mr Leslie - d 9.4.1982 aged 73 - husband and father; b~1909

Bal- , Marie (later Mrs Cockrell,

Cockrell, Nicholas

16 - 14/12/1638 - Cockrell   Nicholas married Marie Bal-     

Ball, Miss Ann (later Mrs Pasmore)

Pasmore, John

16 - 17/11/1749 - John Pasmore married Ann  Ball     

Banks, Ernest

18/19 - 1957 - 1961 at Newark Rd

Bambroffe, Mr Harold

-= Bombroffe, Mr Harold

 

5 Mr Harold - d 1.3.1943 - Corn merchant of Coddington. Married the daughter of Minnie and George Henry Hough, so was brother in law to Harry Hough.  Co-executor with Harry of GH -s will.

9 Mr Harold - in 1928 petrol dealer

Barfoot, Mr Oliver

6 Mr Oliver - in 1832 victualer

Barker, Mr William

1 Mr William  - in 1918 cottage Lot 46

Barker, Miss Mary (later Mrs Ashwell)

 Ashwell, Mr John

16 - 09/10/1824 - John Ashwell married Mary Barker.        

Barker, William

Barker, Mrs Mary (nee Henton)

16 - 28/10/1873 - William Barker married Mary Henton.        

Barker, James

Barker, Mrs Alice (nee Thurlby)

16 - 10/06/1875 - James Barker married Alice Thurlby.       

Barks, Miss Betsy (later Mrs Hall)

Hall, James Jackson

16 - 15/10/1900 - James Jackson Hall married Betsy Barks  

Barker, Mary (later Mrs Ceavins / Chevins)

Ceavins / Chevins, John

16 - 09/10/1824 - John Ceavins (-/ Chevins-) married Mary Barker.

Barks, Mr A. George

3 Mr A. George - d17.10.1939 aged 64; b~1975

Barlow, Miss Elizabeth (later Mrs Hall)

Hall, Mr Joseph

16 - 24/01/1748 - Joseph Hall married Elizabeth Barlow

Barlow, John

Barlow, Mrs Ann (nee Hall)

16 - 18/01/1764 - John Barlow married Ann Hall.         

Barlow, William

Barlow, Mrs Sarah (nee Clarson)

16 - 23/02/1785 - William Barlow married Sarah          Clarson.

Barlow, Miss Hannah (later Mrs Snell)

Snell, John

16 - 06/06/1797 - John Snell married Hannah Barlow

Barlow, Miss Alice (later Mrs Hall)

Hall, Thomas

16 - 14/05/1801 - Thomas Hall married Alice Barlow.

Barlow, Miss Eliz(abeth) (later Mrs Burton)

Burton, Mr Richard

16 - 25/06/1821 - Richard Burton married Eliz Barlow.           

Barnett, Douglas

18/19 - at Newlyn, Newark Rd

Barns, Miss Ann  (later Mrs Ashmore)

Ashmore,  William

16 - 19/05/1835 - William Ashmore married Ann Barns.

Barnsdale, Miss Hannah (later Mrs Huckerby)

Huckerby, William

16 - 30/01/1824 - William Huckerby married Hannah Barnsdale     

Barrat, Mary

 

Clayton, John et al

Mary Clayton

 

35 1841 Census  -

 Mary Barrat, age 20, b~1821, Y( in Notts.), Female Servant.

 

In household of John Clayton, age 55, farmer;

Mary Clayton, age 55 and probably his son Thomas Clayton his daughter-in-law, and baby grandson. There are also 2 male servants aged 15.

(Folio 8, Piece 862)

Barratt, Mr Arthur

Barratt, Mrs Elsie A

3 Mr Arthur - d 25.2.1949 aged 64; b~1885

3 Mrs Elsie - d 20.2.1970 aged 56 - wife of Mr Arthur; b~1914

18/19 - Elsie A - 1957 - 1961 at Beckingham Rd

Barratt, Mrs Rita (nee Walster)

Barratt, Mr William

Barratt, Mr Wayne

Barratt, Miss Julia

Barratt, Miss Hailea

 

12 Barratt, Mrs Rita (nee Walster) - b 1949 - daughter of Sonny (George H)/ Joan Walster - grand-daughter of George Roland/Ruth Walster - married in1980 William Barratt, mother of Wayne, Julie and Hailea.

12 Barratt, Mr William d 1985 b 1935 - in 1980 married Rita Walster.

 

Barrington-Ward, J

15 Barrington-Ward Esq. (MA), J - first visited the school as diocesan inspector in 1875, but visited aljost every year thereafter until the turn of the century.

Barry, Rev W T of Langford

15 Rev W T Barry - an inspector visiting the school in 1875. He was kinder to Jon Roberts than Rev C Sewell. (His son would become a famous editor of the London Times.)

Barton, George

Barton, Mrs Charlotte (nee Peirpont)

16 - 14/09/1830 - George Barton married Charlotte Peirpont.    

Barton, John

Barton, Mrs Mary (nee Hunt)

16 - 13/05/1835 - John Barton married Mary Hunt.

Barton, John L

18/19 - at 3 Main St.

BARTON or Burton, Miss Mary (later Mrs  Hall)

Hall, Thomas

16 - 22/07/1837 - Thomas Hall married Mary Burton

Bate

36 - will proved (?)    1640 Labourer           

Bate, Robert

Bate, Mrs Hannah (nee Gray)

16 - 22/05/1683 - Robert Bate married Hannah Gray. 

Bateman, James

Bateman, Mrs Jane (nee Checkley)

16  - 13/12/1866 - James Bateman married Jane Checkley.

Bayliffe, Miss Martha (later Mrs Caldron)

Caldron, John

16 - 21/01/1687 John Caldron married Martha Bayliffe.         

Bean, Miss Rosa (later Mrs Henton)

Henton, Joseph

16  - 03/04/1877­- Joseph Henton    married Rosa Bean

Beaumont, Mr Edward

6 Mr Edward - in 1832 wheelwright

Beaumont, Mr William

Beaumont, Mrs Mary (nee Dawson)

16 - 06/09/1832- William Beamont married Mary Dawson.       

Beck, George

Beck, Mrs Charlotte (nee Baker)

16 - 24/02/1800 - George Beck married Charlotte Baker.

Beck, John

Beck, Mrs Mary (nee Beck)

16 - 30/12/1822 - John Beck married Mary Beck.         

Beck , Miss Selinor (later Mrs Town)

Town), William

16 - 02/09/1830  - William Town married Selinor Beck- see census details under Towne.

Beck, Miss Ann (later Mrs Southern)

Southern, Thomas

16 - 07/05/1838 - Thomas Southern married Ann Beck (see 1841 census below)

Beck, Charlotte

 

Southern, Ann

Southern Ann, jnr

 

 

 

35 1841 Census  -

Charlotte Beck, age 65, b~1776, Y( in Notts.), widow

Also in household, her daughter and granddaughter:

Ann Southern, age 25, b~ 1816, Y( in Notts.),

Ann Southern, jnr age 1, b~1840, Y( in Notts.),

(Folio 12, Piece 862)

Beck, Miss Elizabeth (later Mrs Southern)

Southern, Richard

16 - 21/11/1844Richard Southern married Elizabeth Beck

Beck, Harry

15 Harry - Award for attendance at the National school, Feb 1875.

Becket, Mr Samuel

Becket, Mrs Elizabeth (nee Elson)

16 - 07/09/1756 - Samuel Becket   married Elizabeth Elson.       

Becket, Mr Richard

Becket, Mrs Anne (nee Colins)

16 - 14/11/1791 - Richard  Becket married Anne Colins.                      

Beckett, Miss Ann (later Mrs Halison)

Halison, Anthoney

16 - 02/06/1776 - Anthoney Halison married Ann Beckett        

Beckett, Mr Samuel

Becket, Mrs Martha (nee Lee)

16 - 17/02/1785  - Samuel Becket  t married Martha Lee.  

Becket, Mrs Martha

35 1841 Census

Martha Becket, age 80, b~1761, Y (in Notts), widow (--= Martha Lee--)

Folio12; 862

 

Beckitt, Miss Mary (later Mrs Martin)

Martin, William

16 - 15/05/1823 - William Martin married Mary Beckitt

Beckett, Miss Martha (later Mrs Claricoats)

Claricoats, Mr Henry

16 - 24/06/1825 - Henry Claricoats married Martha Beckett.         

Becket, Mr Christopher

Becket, Mrs Elizabeth(nee Rose)

 

Beckett, Miss Rose (later Mrs Arden)

Arden, Charles

16 - 25/12/1849- Christopher Becket married Elizabeth Rose.

         

16 - 16/07/1888 - Charles Arden married Rose Beckett.

Rose unusual name - -possibly daughter ofMrs Elizabeth (nee Rose) and Christopher Becket-

Beckett, Mr Christopher

Beckett, Mrs Elizabeth

 

Thornhill, Mrs Ann (nee Beckett)

3 Mr Christopher - d 30.6.1888 aged 69 b~1819

3 Mrs Elizabeth - d 29.2.189- aged 66 - wife of Christopher

3 also Thornhill, Ann- d 20.8.1894 aged 58 daughter of Christopher/Elizabeth; b~1836

 

Beckit, Mr Christopher

Beckit, Mrs Ann

 

Beckit, Christopher

Beckit, Martha

Beckit, Mary

Beckit, Samuel

Beckit, John

Beckit, Ann

Beckit, Joseph

35 1841 Census  -

Christopher Beckit, age 40, b~1801, Y( in Notts.), stone cutter

Ann Beckit, age 35, b~1806, Y( in Notts.),

 (wife)

Christopher Beckit, age 12, b~1829, Y( in Notts.), (son)

Martha Beckit, age 10, b~1831 Y( in Notts.), (dau)

Mary Beckit, age 8, b~1833 Y( in Notts.), (dau)

Samuel Beckit, age 6, b~1835, Y( in Notts.), (son)

John Beckit, age 4, b~1837, Y( in Notts.), (son)

Ann Beckit, age 2, b~1839 Y( in Notts.), (dau)

Joseph Beckit, age 1, b~1840, Y( in Notts.), (son)

 (Folio 6, Piece 862)

Beckett, Mr Christopher

7/24/25/26 Mr Christopher - in 1844, 1848 and 1853 listed as lime burner and in 1848 and1864 farmer/cottager and lime burner.

27 - in 1869 listed as stone dealer.

-- father or grandfather of some of children of 1870s below--

Beckitt, Miss Martha (later Mrs Marshall)

Marshall, Robert

16 - 29/11/1856 - Robert Marshall  married Martha Beckitt (-= Martha Becket above- Ie aged ~26)  

Becket, Mr Thomas

Becket, Mrs Rebekah

 

Becket, Thomas jnr.

Becket, Samuel

Becket, Mary

Becket, William

Becket, John

Becket, Ann

Becket, Elizabeth

Becket, Henry

35 1841 Census  -

Thomas Becket, age 40, b~1801, Y( in Notts.), lime burner

Rebekah Becket, age 30, b~1811, Y( in Notts.), (wife)

Thomas Becket jnr., age 15, b~1826, Y( in Notts.), (son)

Samuel Becket, age 14, b~1832 Y( in Notts.), (son)

Mary Becket, age 11, b~1830 Y( in Notts.), (dau)

William Becket, age 8, b~1833, Y( in Notts.), (son)

John Beckt, age 6, b~1835, Y( in Notts.), (son)

Ann Becket, age 5, b~1836 Y( in Notts.), (dau)

Elizabeth Becket, age 4, b~1837 Y( in Notts.), (dau)

Henry Becket, age 1, b~1840, Y( in Notts.), (son)

Folio 7, Piece 862)

Becket, Sarah

 

Fryer, Francis et al

Fryer, Millicent

 

 

Shepherd, James

Hadkinson, William

Linn, William

Smith, John

35 1841 Census  -

 Sarah Becket, age 14, b~1827, Y( in Notts.), Female Servant.

 

Living in household of Francis Fryer, age 50, farmer; Millicent Fryer, age 40 (wife), and 2 children. Also 3 or 4 young male servants (James Shepherd, William Hadkinson, William Linn, John Smith)

(Folio 12, Piece 862)

Beckett, Miss Sarah (later Mrs Atkinson)

Atkinson, Thomas

16 - 18/10/1847 - Thomas Atkinson married Sarah Beckett. (- Servant above ie 20-) 

Beckett, Betsy

Beckett, Christiana

Beckett, Christopher

Beckett, Mary

Beckett, Mabel

Beckett children of 1870s

15 Betsy - Award for attendance at the National school, Feb 1875 and also awarded medal in 1874.

15 Christiana - Award for attendance at the National school, in period 1873 - 1877.

15 Christopher - Awarded 3s refund on Feb 6th1878, for obtaining 3 passes in exams.

15 Mary - Awarded 3s refund for obtaining 3 passes in exams, in period 1878 - 1882.

15 Mabel - Award for attendance at the National school, in year ending 30th April 1893.

Beckett, Miss Ann

Beckett, Mr John

28 - in 1872 Ann Beckett  and John Beckett listed as cottagers.

Beckett, Miss Rose (later Mrs Arden)

Arden, Charles

16 - 16/07/1888 - Charles Arden married Rose Beckett.

Rose unusual name - possibly Daughter ofMrs Elizabeth (nee Rose) and Christopher Becket -

Beckett, Mr Christopher

Beckett, Mrs Emma (nee Chamberlain)

16 - 19/02/1889 - Christopher Beckett married Emma Chamberlain. 

- Beckett, Christopher - Awarded 3s refund on Feb 6th1878, for obtaining 3 passes in exams.

Beckett, Miss Ada (later Mrs Cawkwell)

 Cawkwell, John William

16 - 27/01/1891 - John William Cawkwell married Ada Beckett.  

Beckett, Miss Mary Ann (later Mrs Cope)

Cope, Mr William Henry

16 - 04/02/1897- William Henry Cope married Mary Ann Beckett.    

Beckett, Miss Ann (later Mrs Thornhill)

 Thornhill, Henry     

16 - 10/12/1877 - Henry Thornhill   married Ann Beckett        

Beckett, Mr Samuel

Beckett, Mrs Fanny (nee Young)

16 - 09/06/1898 - Samuel Beckett married Fanny          Young.

1 Mr Samuel - in 1918 cottage No62 in Lot 42 on  E side of Well Green-

Beckett, Mr Samuel

1 Mr Samuel  - in 1918 cottage No62 in Lot 42 E side of Well Green (which in 1863 was occupied/owned by Francis Dalton).

-- relationship to Beckett children of 1870s--

Beckett, Mr William

Beckett, Mrs Anne

3 Mr William - d 19.3.1923 aged 71 (ie b~1852) - husband of Anne, late of Mansfield.

Beckitt, Miss (Beckett-)

31 - in 1892 listed as a dressmaker

Bedford, John

Bedford, Mrs Sarah Pacey (nee Bryan)

16 - 28/05/1849 - John Bedford married Sarah Pacey Bryan. 

Bee, Miss Margaret (later Mrs Robards)

16 - 23.4.1629 - Henry Robards married Margaret Bee.

Bee

36 - will proved (?)    1607 Labourer

Same as below-        

Bee, George

36B - George Bee, labourer Coddington - will dated 22.1.1606; proved 30.4.1607; York ref Vol30 Fol312

Beecroft, William

Beecroft, Mrs Mary (nee Crosby)

16 - 11/07/1686 - William Beecroft married Mary Crosby.

Beecroft, Mr Daniel Bowes

34/13/23 Mr Daniel Bowes - in 1912, 1916, 1923 poultry breeder, New Hall.

Beecroft, Henry

18/19 - at Beckingham Rd.

Beecroft, Mrs Jane

21/22 - 1932 - 1936, 1938 private resident

Beedham, Ann

Sibsey, John

Carr, Charles

35 1841 Census

Ann Beedham, age 25, b~1816, N(not in Notts), Female servant

In household with

John Sibsey, age 20, b~1831, N(not in Notts), Male servant.

Charles Carr, age 15, b~1836, N(not in Notts), Male servant.

-- live near the Youngs - possibly servants of theirs---

(Folio 5, Piece 862)

Beet, Mr Thomas

 

 

Beet, Thomas

1 Mr Thomas - in 1918 cottage in Lot 38, No49 of 3-cottage row at west end of Well Green.

10/18/19/20 - 1942 - at Yew Tree Cottage Main St, p.res

Belcher, Mr Ernest

3 Mr Ernest - d 1974 b 1893

18 - 1961 at Old Pound House

Bell

36 - will proved (?)    1674 Yeoman 

Bell

36 - will proved (?)    1685   

Bell

36 - will proved (?)    1698 Yeoman 

Bell, Miss Mary (later Mrs Taylor)

Taylor, Thomas

16 -24/11/1679 - Thomas Taylor married Mary Bell

Birketts / Bell / Charity

20   see individual Birketts below

 

Birkitts, Richard

Taylor, Elizabeth (later Mrs Birkitts)

Taylor, Mrs Mary (nee Bell)

Thomas, Taylor

Bell, Mr William

 

Birkitts, William

Birkitts, Elizabeth (nee Langley)

Birkitts, William jnr

Birkitts, Samuel

 

Birkitts, Samuel

Birkitts, Elizabeth (nee Pratt)

4 sons

 

Tenants 1698:

Sudbury, Joseph

Pilgrim, Elizabeth

Smith, John

Pratt, William

Jalland, Thomas

 

Slight, Leeson (Plough)

Taylor, Mr (butcher)

From Margaret Ilott - In 1698 will, William Bell left to his widowed daughter Mary Taylor for life, and to his granddaughter Elizabeth Birkitts therafter a farm:

-I do hereby devise all wherever I live and close and croft adjacent thereunto and 13 oxgangs of land, meadow and appurtenances, and three ancient cottages in occupation of Joseph Sudbury, Elizabeth Pilgrim and John Smith and two newly erected cottages in occupation of William Pratt and Thomas Jalland with their appurtenances and 21acres of meadow in Holme meadows unto Mary, my daughter during her natural life. After her decease to Elizabeth Birkitts, my grandchild and her heirs-

£2 left annually to the poor of Coddington out of land on Beacon Field.

 

1697 Elizabeth Taylor married Mr Richard Birkitts of Balderton.

1700/01 Richard and Elizabeth Birkitts move in with mother Mary Taylor nee Bell. Mary died 1719.

C1720 Richard and Elizabeth Birkitts move back to Balderton, leaving his son William (b~1698) on the Coddington farm.

 

1730 William Birkitts marries Elizabeth Langley; they had 2 sons William (b 1732) and Samuel (b 1734).

Pre 1757- William Birkitt settled the farm brought to him by his wife Elizabeth Taylor on his eldest son William; in 1757 settled Charity Farm (--) on his second son Samuel Birkett.

Samuel Birkett married Elizabeth Pratt - he left the farm to her for her life with other bequests - the farm to be sold on her death and divided equally between 4 of his sons. Elizabeth Birkett died 1819 - house sold 1820 - auctioned off at the Plough (see poster of sale from Rosemary Frost). Farm bought by John Ashwell, farmer and gentleman for £582 15s

 

Birkett, Mrs Frances

Birkett, Mr Samuel Jnr

 

Birkett, Mr Samuel* - see below

3 Mrs Frances - d 27.3.1709 aged 37 b~1672 - wife of Mr Samuel Jnr, also Est. daughter died in her infancy.

3 Mr Samuel Jnr 

 

Birkett, Mr William

14 Mr William (2 )- yeoman, of Coddington, Nottinghamshire in 5.6.1734.

 

w Lease [Ne D 2998] and release [Ne D 2999] from parties (1) to (2) of a messuage divided into two tenements in the Market Place, Newark, occupied by Matthias Cumberland and Anne Smith [details of bounding properties provided]; declaration that the fine levied on the premises shall inure to the use of (2).

Consideration: £300. (First Party: Richard (and Anne) Smith, Soloman (and Mary) Clarke, yeoman all of Billingborough, Lincs, Thomas (and Sarah) Barker, gentleman of Bakewell, Derbys; and Elizabeth Marris, spinster, of Kelham, Notts.)

w 11.9.1734-12.9.1734 Lease and release from William Birkett to Thomas Barker of a messuage in the Market Place, Newark, Nottinghamshire; 11-12 Sep. 1734 , (together with a stable and garden and a parcel of ground called Midding Yard [details of bounding properties provided]; notes that the tenement is now divided into two tenements and occupied by Matthias Cumberland and Anne Smith.)

 

From Mrs Ilott:

-William = Son of Richard and Elizabeth Birkitts (the granddaughter of William Bell).

1730 William Birkitts marries Elizabeth Langley; they had 2 sons William (b 1732) and Samuel (b 1734).

 

Birkitt, Miss Mary (later Mrs Daveson)

Daveson, Mr Thomas

16 - 07/06/1753 - Thomas Daveson married Mary Birkitt.

Birkett

36 - will proved (?) 1756 Yeoman                

Birkett

36 - will proved (?) 1768 Widow

Birkett

36 - will proved (?) 1774 Yeoman    

Birkett, Mr Samuel

Birkett, Mrs Elizabeth (nee Pratt)

16 - 24/01/1765 - Samuel Birkett married Elizabeth Pratt.

 

See above from Mrs Ilott: Samuel Birkett (2nd son of William Birkitts and Elizabeth Langley, b 1734) married Elizabeth Pratt. Samuel left the farm to his wife for her for her life with other bequests -to be sold on her death and divided equally between 4 of his sons. Elizabeth Birkett nee Pratt died 1819 - (54 yrs after her marriage-) Mrs Birkett-s house sold 1820 - auctioned off at the Plough (see poster of sale from Rosemary Frost). Farm bought by John Ashwell, farmer and gentleman for £582 15s.

Birkett, Mr Samuel*

5 Mr Samuel* - landowner mentioned in BH papers

Birkett, Mr William

3 Mr William - no more details on stone

Birkett, Mr William

Birkett, Mrs Elizabeth (nee Branston)

16 - 11/05/1789 - William Birkett married Elizabeth Branston.   

 

Descendant of  Mrs Ilott-s William Birkett-

Birkett, Miss Charlotte (later Mrs Branston)

Branston, Joseph

16 - 02/02/1775 - Joseph Branston married Charlotte Birkett.       

Burkett, John   --Birkett

Burkett, Mrs Ann (nee Day).

16 - 24/11/1781 - John Burkett married Ann Day.

Birkett, Mr John

Birkett, Mrs Anne (nee Waites)

16 - 13/01/1794 - John Birkett married Anne Waites.                       

Birkett, Miss Sarah (later Mrs Robinson)

Robinson, George

16 - 31/05/1804 - George Robinson married Sarah  Birkett            

Birkett, Miss Margaret (later Mrs Ordoyno)

Ordoyno, Garratt

16 - 16/12/1807 - Garret Ordoyno  married Margaret Birkett      

 

6 Mr Garratt - in 1832 - farmer

Newark Advertiser/ Barratt/  Mr Garratt -1772-1855 - nephew to Mr Jacob, son of Mr Garratt Snr. 

Birkett, Ms Mary

 

3 Ms Mary d 3.12.1831

Birkett, Mr John

6 Mr John - In 1832 directory, no details

26/24 - In 1848, 1853 listed as at The Plough

2 Mr John- In 1863 occupies end cottage at E end of Inn on Green complex (1b) as under-tenant to John Fryer.

Black, Miss Sarah (later Mrs Waddingham)

Waddingham, Robert

16 - 31/05/1858 - Robert Waddingham married Sarah Black  

Black, Mr John

3 Mr John - d 28.1.1889 aged 83 b~1806

15 Mr John - listed as head of household on Rev Frederick Taverners map - no children listed, he lived where new school is now.

7 Mr John - in 1864 owner/keeper- Of Blue Bell Tavern and cottager.

27/28 - In 1869 and 1872 at the Blue Bell and as farmer.

29 - in 1879 listed only as a cottager - no mention of the Blue Bell or mention under pubs.

Black, A

31 - in 1892 listed as a cottager (= Ms Ann--)

Black, Ms Ann

32 in 1894 Miss Ann listed as a milk dealer.

33/8 Ms Ann  -  in 1897, 1900 cottager

Black, Mr F

Black, Mr Fred

1 Mr F - in 1918 smallholding Lot 16, + land Lots 19, 30, 31, 32.

34/9/10/13/21/22/23 Mr Fred - in 1912, 1916 cowkeeper; in 1923, 1928, 1932, 1936-8, 1941-2 cowkeeper, Catch-em Inn. NB Not sure if this was an active pub after 1880s - check.

Black, Mr Arthur

9/10/21/22 Mr Arthur  - in 1928, 1932 - 1936-8,1941-2 dairyman,

20 - 1950 dairyman

Black, Mr William

9/10/21/22 Mr William  - in 1928, 1932,1936-8 1941 dairyman

Black, Edward A

18/19 - at 10 Newark Rd.

Blackburn, Mr William

 

6 Mr William - in 1832 Victualer.

25/26 - in 1844 William Blackbourn listed as at the Red Lion and shopkeeper, in 1848 listed at Red Lion and lime burner and shopkeeper (victualler).

Blackburn, Mr William

Blackburn, Ann

Blackburn, Ann

Blackburn, George

Blackburn, Edward

Blackburn, Samuel

 

Sharp, Emma

 

35 1841 Census

William Blackburn, age 30, b~1811, N(not in Notts), publican.

Ann Blackburn,age 30, b~1811, Y(in Notts),

Ann Blackburn,age 7, b~1834, Y(in Notts), dau

George Blackburn,age 3, b~1837, Y(in Notts), son

Edward Blackburn,age 2, b~1839, Y(in Notts), son

Samuel Blackburn,age 3m, b~1841, Y(in Notts), son

Emma Sharp, age 11, b~1830, Y(in Notts), Female servant.

 

Blackburn

36 - will proved (?) 1851 Publican

Possibly William--      

Blackburn, Ms Ann

24 In 1853 at Red Lion and grocer

5 Ms Ann - 1865

Blackbourn, Ms Ann

= Blackburn, Ms Ann--

 

7/24 Ms Ann - in 1853 and 1864 listed as a lime burner.

Blackbourn, Ann (later Mrs Dunk)

Dunk, Samuel

16 - 25/12/1852 - Samuel Dunk married Ann Blackbourn.   

Blackbourn, Mr Edward

27/28 in 1869 listed as a lime burner, stone dealer and farmer.

28 - in 1872 Edward Blackburn listed as a lime burner and farmer.

29/30 -  in 1879, 1881 Edward Blackburn listed as a farmer.

 

Blackburn, Mr Francis

 

Blackburn, Mr Askew Blackburn, Mrs Fanny

 

3 Mr Francis- d 20.8.1867 aged -months, son of Askew and Fanny

 

 

 

Blackb(o)urn, Mr William

Blackb(o)urn Miss Sarah

Blackb(o)urn, Mr Thomas

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blackb(o)urn, Mr Dixon

Blackb(o)urn, Mr Frank

15 Mr William - in 1873 - 1877 child appearing in good attendance lists for school. In 1878 had 3s fee returned for passing in 3 subjects.

15 Miss Sarah - In 1878 - 1882 had 3s fee returned for passing in 3 subjects.

 15 Mr Thomas - In 1882 had 3s fee returned for passing in 3 subjects. In year old was punished by Chauntry Hunt for impudence and temper. B~ 1872.

15 Dixon and Frank - 1886  - 1888 both received a good attendance award. By April 1889 their family had left the district, so they no longer attended school.

 

Blackbourn, Mr William

Blackbourn, Mrs Catharine (nee Good)

16 14/06/1887 - William Blackbourn married Catharine Good.

= - William above (- in 1873 - 1877 child appearing in good attendance lists for school. In 1878 had 3s fee returned for passing in 3 subjects.

Blackburn, Mr John William

Blackburn, Mrs Gladys

3 Mr John William - d 10.1.1946 aged 40

3 Mrs Gladys - d 30.6.1967 aged 61 wife of Mr John William

18/19 - Gladys at The Green

Blackett, Sarah

19- 1957 at 68 Main St

Blades, Mr Edward

Blades, Mrs Daisy (nee Walster)

Blades, Miss Babara

= Horton, Mrs Babara (nee Blades)

 

 

3 Mr Edward - d 28.9.1972 aged 65 - husband and father.

12 Mr Edward - d1972 b 1906, married 1939 Daisy Walster.

12 Blades, Mrs Daisy (nee Walster) d1993 b 1908 - eldest daughter of George Roland/Ruth Walster and grand-daughter of George Snr/ Mary Walster. Married 1939 Mr Edward, mother of Babara (b1944 -who married Peter Horton in 1971).

Blatherwick, Peter

18 - 1961 at Shalem, Main St

Blatherwick, Thomas

Blatherwick, Mrs Rachel (nee Reynolds)

16 - 02/07/1888 - Thomas Blatherwick married Rachel Reynolds.       

Blundey, Charles

Blundey, Mrs Mary (nee Johnson)

16  - 12/05/1829 - Charles Blundey married Mary Johnson.

Blythe, Miss Sarah (later Mrs Edgley)

Edgley, William

16 - 01/09/1803 - William Edgley    married Sarah  Blythe.

Bodley, G F

 

15 London architect commissioned by James Thorpe to renovate and rebuild the village church. Demolition started 6.6.1864 - it was rebuilt on its old foundations with the addition of an organ chamber and vestry on north.

Bollard, Miss Julia Marshall (later Mrs Wilkinson)

Wilkinson, Frederick

16 - 04/08/1890 - Frederick Wilkinson married Julia Marshall Bollard

Bonner, Charles K

18/19 -1957- 1961 at Cheeriholme, Newark Rd

Boor, Mr Fred

 

10/21 Mr Fred- in 1936-8, 1941-2 nurseryman

20 - 1950 nurseryman

18/19- at Coddington Hall Gardens

Boot, Mr William

24 - In 1853 William Boot listed as boot and shoe maker.

Booth, Mr William

Booth, Mrs Anne xxxx

16 -  08/06/1684 - William Booth married Anne XXXX  

Booth, Miss Mary (later Mrs  Grime)

Grime, Richard         

16  - 04/04/1687 - Richard Grime married Mary Booth  

Booth, Mr John

 

3 Mr John  -d 7.5.1832 aged 56 (b ~1776)

 

Booth, William

 Booth, Richmond William

25/26 - in 1844 and 1848 William Booth and Richmond William Booth listed as farmers.

Booth, W & W

 W Booth 1 farmer,

& W Booth 2 farmer

 

Booth, William

(and his son Booth, Joseph)

 

6 Messrs W & W  - in 1832 farmers

W (father - prob at least 45) and W (son - probably at least 20.

24 In 1853 William Booth listed as farmer

15 ( -- son = William Booth - 1851 census, farmer, lodging curate Rev Lawrence J Parsons; dead by 1861 since his widow lived with her son Joseph then; (On 1851 William recorded his son, an elderly visitor from Lincs., a 4 year old from Balderton, and Edward T Parsons 13 from Mansfield.)

2 = father of Joseph Booth - who in 1861 census lodged the curate Rev Cooper Lewty)

31 - in 1892 W Booth listed as a farmer.

33 - in 1897 William Booth listed as farmer and builder.

15 - Pg 7 Picture of house on Balderton Lane where William and Joseph Booth lived. (From 1937 Edward and Irene Daybell, then their son Hugh lived there)

Booth

36 - will proved (?) 1852 Farmer     

Booth, Mr William

Booth, Elizabeth

Booth, Isabella

Booth, Ann

Booth, Stephen

Booth, Joseph

 

Richman, William

Carter, Richard

Padgett, Thomas

 

35 1841 Census

William Booth, age 45, b~1796, Y(in Notts), farmer

Elizabeth Booth, age 45, b~1796, Y(in Notts),

Isabella Booth, age 20, b~1821, Y(in Notts), dau

Ann Booth,age 15, b~1826, Y(in Notts), dau

Stephen Booth,age 14, b~1827, Y(in Notts), son

Joseph Booth,age 9, b~1832, Y(in Notts), son

 

William Richman, age 60, b~1781, Y(in Notts), farmer

Richard Carter, age 20 b~1821, Y(in Notts), Male servant

Thomas Padgett, age15 b~ b~1826, Y(in Notts), unspecified occupation

Folio 9, 862

Booth, Miss Isabella (later Mrs Watson)

Watson, William

16 - 08/12/1842 - William Watson married Isabella Booth

Booth, Miss Ann (later Mrs Rawding)

Rawding, William

16 - 19/10/1843 - William Rawding married Ann Booth  

Booth, John

Booth, George

 

35 1841 Census

John Booth, age 20, b~1821, Y(in Notts), grocer

George Booth, age 12, b~1829, Y(in Notts)

Folio 10, 862

Booth, Mr John

Booth, Mrs Eliza (nee Dixon)

 

 

 

 

Booth, Stephen

16 - 18/03/1844 - John Booth married Eliza Dixon.

25 In 1844 John Booth listed as butcher and beer house.

26 - in 1848   John Booth listed as butcher, beer retailer and shopkeeper.

26 - in 1848   Stephen Booth listed as butcher.

Booth, Mr George

 

29 Mr George - in 1879 Globe Inn.

31/8/32/33 Mr G - 1892 beer retailer and grocer; in 1894 beerhouse and shopkeeper; in 1897 and 1900 Mr George at the Globe Inn.

2 - in 1918 Old Globe Tavern no longer open, forms part of Lot 49 - 6 brick-built cottages not housing any Booths.

Booth, Mrs Eliza (nee -Dixon)(later Mrs Foottit)

 

Foottit, Gervase

        

24 Eliza - 1853 beerhouse and shopkeeper.

16 -15/11/1857 - Gervase Foottit    married Eliza Booth.

3 Mr Gervase - d 23.11.1873 aged 447 Mr Gervase - in 1864 beerhouse and shopkeeper.           

Booth, Mr Joseph

 

Booth, Mr Joseph

Booth, Mrs Elizabeth

Booth, Mr Fred

Booth, Joe

Booth, Ann

Booth, Elizabeth

7 Mr Joseph  - in 1864 cottager

27 in 1869 Joseph Booth listed as farmer.

15 1861 Census - his widowed mother living with him, also lodging Rev Cooper Lewty. (Son of William Booth who in 1851 was a farmer lodging curate Rev Lawrence J Parsons.)

 

1891 Census: Barnby,  2 Long Lane

Mr Joseph  - 58, farmer of Coddington Notts.

Mrs Elizabeth - wife 49, of Coddington Notts

All children single, and born in Coddington, Notts:

Mr Fred Booth - 22 agricultural labourer

Joe Booth - 10; Ann Booth - 7; Elizabeth Booth - 4

 

Booth, Mr Joseph

Booth, Mrs Elizabeth

 

Booth, Isabella

 

Booth, Joseph

Booth, Annie

Booth, Eliza

 

Booth, Harriet

 

Same as above---

15 In 1884 Farm Labourer - wife Elizabeth - daughter Isabella, aged 9 years (b~1875), poor ttendance at school (31/110) Chauntry-Hunt wrote to complain to her parents.

15 In Dec 1887 both Joseph and Annie Booth (both under 10) noted by Chauntry Hunt as frequently absent from school.

15 In July 1892 - Annie at 15 brought in as an additional monitor in Miss Smithson-s absence.

15 In 1893 Eliza Booth attendance prize.

15 In 1893 Harriet Booth, never absent from school. 1895-6 a school monitor. In Jan 1898 she fell ill and needlework classes were abandoned until she returned. (See below)

Booth, Miss Eliza (later Mrs Leaning)

Leaning, William Henry

16 - 14/06/1900 - William Henry Leaning          married Eliza  Booth

Booth, Mr Harry

Booth, Mrs Sarah Ann

3 Mr Harry - d 14.11.1918 aged 42, b~1876

3 Mrs Sarah Ann - d 22.1.1972 aged 91 - wife of Mr Harry, b~1881

Booth, Mr Ernest

 

13 Mr Ernest- in 1916 farmer

 

Booth, Mr William

and John Taylor-

= Booth, Mr John Taylor

 

 

 

34/13 Mr William and Mr John Taylor Booth - in  1912 and 1916 farmers

 

Booth, Mr W

 

Booth, Mr William

Booth, Mrs Anne Rebecca

 1 Mr W - in 1918 smallholding Lot 15, + land Lots 21, 22

30 -  in 1881 William Booth listed as a bricklayer.

32 - Mr William in 1894 listed as bricklayer and farmer.

8 Mr William - in 1900 farmer and builder

 

3 Mr William - d 23.4.1918 aged 73, b~1845

3 Mrs Anne Rebecca - d 17.8.1930 aged 77 - wife of Mr William, b~1853

Bostocke, George

Bostocke, Mrs Elizabeth (nee Harrison)

16 - 15/11/1632 - George Bostocke married Elizabeth Harrison.    

Bosworth, Charles

Bosworth, Mrs Annie (nee Clipstone)

16 - 19/08/1893 - Charles Bosworth married   Annie Clipstone.       

Boswell, Mr Charles

Boswell, Mrs Florence E

3 Mr Charles - d 22.11.1951 aged 69

3 Mrs Florence E - wife of Mr Charles

10/20/21 - 1936-8 - 1942 - 1950 at Willowdene p.res

18/19 - at Ashby, Newark Rd,

Boswell, Mr Albert

10/20/21 1938 (Cherriholme) - 1942 - 1950 at Cheeriholme, p.res

Bottom, William

Bottom, Mrs Judith (nee Slack)

16  - 27/01/1774 - William Bottom married Judith          Slack. 

Bower, Mr Arthur

3 Mr Arthur - d 2.5.1978 aged 74 - husband and father

Bower, Mr Edward Chivers

2 Mr Edward Chivers -in 1863 landowner of Tickhill Castle, York.

Bower, Mr Joseph

Bower, Mrs Mary Ann (nee Johnson)

16 - 28/01/1869 - Joseph Bower married Mary Ann Johnson. 

Bowerskin, Miss Ether (later Mrs Carby)

Carby, John

16 - 18/09/1770 - John Carby married Ether Bowerskin.                             

Bowman, Miss Mary (later Mrs Asling)

Asling, Edward

16 - 27/07/1756 - Edward Asling married Mary

Bowman.      

Bowman, Miss Sarah (later Mrs Woollas)

Woollas, William

16 - 04/12/1760 - William Woollas married Sarah          Bowman       

Bowman

36 - will proved (?) 1814 Labourer  

Bowman, Mr Arthur

3 Mr Arthur - d 2.5.1978 aged 74 - husband and father

10 - 1942 - no address, p.res

20 - 1950 at Greenways, p.res

18/19  - 1957- 1961 at Newark Rd

Bowman, Derek  A

18/19 - 1957-1961 at 89 Balderton Lane

Bowman, Mr Raymond Ivor

3 Mr Raymond Ivor- d 1.1.1982 aged 54 - a son and brother, b~1928

Bracerig, William jnr.

36B - William Bracerig junr (?) Coddyngton husbandman will dated 21.6.1551; proved 8.10.1551 York ref Vol13 Fol 788 (722-)

Brackenbury, Miss Susan (later Mrs Walston)

Walston, Rowland Sanderson

16 - 24/03/1870 - Rowland Walston Sanderson married Susan Brackenbury

Bradford, Mr John

2 Mr John - in 1863 occupied cottage/house in Wells Green area (see map JA).

Bradley, Fred

Bradley, Mrs Sarah Jane (nee Hallam).         

16 - 26/02/1885 - Fred Bradley married Sarah Jane Hallam.  

Bradley, George

20 - 1950 at Ashby, p.res

Bramwell, Mr Samuel

Mrs Anne (nee Hickman).    

16 - 23/04/1793 - Samuel Bramwell married Anne Hickman.      

Branston, Miss Elizabeth (later Mrs Birkett)

Birkett, Mr William

16 - 11/05/1789 - William Birkett married Elizabeth Branston.   

         

Branston, Joseph

Branston, Mrs Charlotte (nee Birkett)

16 - 02/02/1775 - Joseph Branston married Charlotte Birkett.       

Branston, Mr Henry E

D Newcastles papers: compensation agreement for former copyhold property owned by H.E. Branston in Coddington, Notts; 1935 [messuage, stackyard and premises, and also closes of land in Home Close, Cow Close, Top Crooked Furrows, Bottom Crooked Furrows, First Far Moor, Hovel Close, Pell Moor, Second Moor, Third Pell Moor and Second Far Moor, all in Coddington [details of acreages, cultivation and numbers on O.S. map provided]; newspaper cutting reporting Henry E. Branston-s death

Branston, Joan G

18/19 - at Grove Cottage, Newark Rd     

Bray, Sir Edward

7 Sir Edward - At dissolution granted to Sir Edward Bray, John Thornton and others the rich chantry endowed by Henry of Coddington (to pray for his soul).

Brett, Thomas

Brett, Mrs Elizabeth (nee Formery)

16  - 22/06/1704 - Thomas Brett married Elizabeth Formery.

Brett

36 - will proved (?) 1711 Husb/Farmer       

Brewster, Mrs Elsie

Brewster, James Richard

3 Mrs Elsie - d 5.9.1977  b 18.8.1902 - wife of James Richard.

Briggs, Mr Edwin

 

1 Mr Edwin - in 1918 cottage No 55 in Lot 40 (N-range of Well Green 2-up/2-down cottages)

Briggs, Louisa

18/19 - at 55 The Green.

Briggs-Price, Mr Anthony (Bob)

3 Mr Anthony (Bob) - d 28.4.1980 aged 48 - husband and father (from Robert, Vicki and Leander). B~1932.

Brincley, Miss Mary (later Mrs Mellers

Mellers, Willm

16 - 21/04/1632 - Willm Mellers married Mary Brincley          

Broke, William

36B - William Broke, husbandman Coddington - will dated 3.2.1557; proved 13.1.1558; York ref Vol15 pt3 Fol17          

Bromby, John

Bromby, Mrs Alice (nee Dykes)

16 - 25/08/1760 - John Bromby married Alice Dykes.

Brooks, Mr George

Brooks, Mrs Florence Mary

3 Mr George - d 26.2.1972 aged 87; b~1885

3 Mrs Florence Mary - d 7.8.1971 aged 81 wife of Mr George; b~1890.

Browne, William

36B - William Browne, labourer Codington - will dated Feb 14 28Eliz; proved 30.7.1586; York ref Vol23 Fol266  

Brown, Miss Elizabeth (later Mrs Cargill)

Cargill, Mr William

16 - 24/12/1838 WilliamCargill married Elizabeth Brown.

- Relationship to: 7 Mr William farmer in 1864

Brown, Mr George

Brown, Ann

Brown, Emily

35 1841 Census

George Brown, age 55, b~1786, N(not in Notts), Agricultural labourer

Ann Brown, age 50, b~1791, N(not in Notts),

Emily Brown, age 10, b~1831, Y(in Notts),

Folio 6, 862

Brown, Miss Mary Marshall (later Mrs Thorpe)

Thorpe, Richard

16 - 20/06/1842 - Richard Thorpe   married Mary Marshall Brown        

Brown, Matthew

Brown, Mrs Sarah (nee Wallhead)

16 - 09/06/1845 - Matthew Brown married Sarah Wallhead.       

Brown, Mr Thomas

Brown, Mr Samuel

Brown, Mrs Sarah

Brown, Ms Mary Anne

 

3 Mr Thomas - d -.3.188- aged 15 - son to Samuel and Sarah, brother of Mary Ann

3 Mr Samuel - father of Thomas, Mary Ann

3 Mrs Sarah - mother of Thomas, Mary Ann

3 Ms Mary Ann - d 16.6.187- aged-  - daughter of Samuel/Sarah, sister of Thomas

Brown, Miss Olive (later Mrs Thompson)

Thompson, William

 

16 - 15/10/1889 -William Thompson married Olive Brown   

Brown, John W(illiam)

10/18/19/20/21 - 1938 - 1942 - at Crossways, p.res

Brownlow, Mr John

Brownlow, Mr John

 

Brownlow, Mrs Christina Elizabeth

 

Brownlow, Mr Richard Brownlow, Ms Charlotte

 

28/29/30/31/32 - in 1872, 1879, 1881, 1892, 1894 John Brownlow listed as a blacksmith.

33 - in 1897 John Brownlow listed as a blacksmith and farmer.

1 Mr John  - in 1918 Tenant House and Blacksmith-s shop, Lot 37 and Lot 28

8, 13/34 Mr John  - in 1900, 1912  blacksmith and farmer; in 1916 blacksmith

3 Mr John - d 29.1.1919 aged 89 - husband to Christina E, father to Charlotte and Richard

3 Mrs Christina Elizabeth - d 23.11.1916 aged 76 - wife to Mr John, mother to Charlotte and Richard, b~1840.

3 Mr Richard - d 6.1.1879 aged 6 - son of Richard/Christina E,

3 Ms Charlotte - d 27.2.1924 aged 4- daughter of John and late Christina E

15 Charlotte - between received a good ttendance award from school.

 

Brownlow, Mr Edward

 

Brownlow, Mr John Robert

 

 

 

 

Brownlow, Miss Catherine Brownlow, Mr William

 

Brownlow, Mr William Arthur

15 1874 Feb Edward Brownlow gained an attendance award at school (356)

3 Mr John Robert - d 14.2.1936 aged 72 (b~ 1864)

15 1874 Feb John Brownlow one of 14 children over 7 who gained an attendance award (353). During 1878 - 1882 he had 3s returned for passing in 3 subjects.

15 William gained 3 passes in1878 and had 3s returned. Catherine also gained 3 passes in 1878 - 1882.

23 - 1923 police constable, County police

Brownlow, Mr Edward

Brownlow, Mrs Kate Frances Stark (nee Abson)

16 - 30/07/1898 - Edward Brownlow married Kate Frances Slark (Stark) Abson.           

Brownlow, Mr Edward

 

Brownlow, Mrs Kate Frances

1 Mr Edward - cottage Lot 46 in 1918

15 1874 Feb Edward Brownlow also gained an attendance award (356).

In circa 1900 married Kate Abson. See above and below

 

3 15 Mrs Kate Frances Brounlow (nee Abson) - d 10.9.1935 aged 70 - wife of Edward. Assistant schoolmistress to Chauntry Hunt circa 1896 - 1900. b~1865

Brownlow, Miss Mary Elizabeth (later Mrs Caunt)

Caunt, Samuel Alick

16 - 18/04/1892 - Samuel Alick Caunt married Mary Elizabeth Brownlow.     

Bruell, Henry

Bruell, Mrs Elizabeth (nee Checkley)

16 - 08/10/1867 - Henry Bruell married Elizabeth Checkley.     

Brumby

36 - will proved (?) 1763 Yeoman    

Brunt, Thomas

Brunt, Mrs Mary (nee Marrot)

16 - 13/11/1668 - Thomas Brunt married Mary Marrot .          

Brunt, Sarah

 

Young, Edward

 

 

35 1841 Census

Sarah Brunt age 25, b~1816, N(not in Notts), Female servant.

 

Living in household of Edward Young, age 40 b~1801, N(not in Notts), Independent

Folio 9, 862

Bryan, Miss Elizabeth (later Mrs Harmston)

Harmston, William

16 - 10/07/1838 - William Harmston married Elizabeth Bryan          

Bryan, Miss Jane (later Mrs Billard)

Billard, George

16 - 12/11/1838 - George Billard married Jane Bryan.

Bryan, Mr William

Bryan, Sarah

Bryan, Charles

Bryan, Sarah

Bryan, Frances

 

 

 

Smith, Robert

Smith, Harriet

 

Harmston, William

Harmston, Elizabeth Harmston, Sarah Ann

 

 

 

 

35 1841 Census

William Bryan, age 50 b~1790, Y(in Notts), Agricultural labourer

Sarah Bryan, age 40, b~1801, N(not in Notts),

Charles Bryan, age 13, b~1827 Y(in Notts),

Sarah Bryan, age 9, b~1832, Y(in Notts),

Frances Bryan, age 6, b~1835, Y(in Notts),

 

Also in household

Robert Smith, age 20 b~1821, Y(in Notts), Agricultural labourer

Harriet Smith, age 15 b~1826, Y(in Notts)

 

William Harmston, age 20 b~1821, N(not in Notts), Agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Harmston, age 20 b~1821, N(not in Notts), prob wife

Sarah Ann Harmston, age 1 b~1840, Y(in Notts)

Folio 11, 862

Bryan, Robert

Bryan, Mrs Ann (nee Lidgett)

16  - 13/11/1843 - Robert Bryan married Ann Lidgett.           

Bryan, Miss Sarah Pacey (later Mrs Bedford)

Bedford, John

16 - 28/05/1849 - John Bedford married Sarah Pacey Bryan. 

- was her mother-s maiden name Pacey-

Bryan, Charles

Bryan, Mrs Eliza (nee Rose)

16  - 25/12/1847 Charles Bryan married Eliza Rose. 

Bryan, Miss  Martha (later Mrs Hennell)

Hennell, Edward

16 - 07/07/1872 - Edward Hennell   married Martha Bryan

Bryan, Miss  Eliza (later Mrs Stimson)

Stimson, William

16 - 07/07/1873 - William Stimson married Eliza Bryan 

Bryan, Robert

Bryan, Mrs Mary Elizabeth (nee Greenwood)

16  - 04/04/1874 - Robert Bryan married Mary Elizabeth Greenwood.           

Bryan, Joshua

Bryan, Mrs Matilda (nee Flatters)

16  - 25/05/1875 - Joshua Bryan married Matilda Flatters.         

Bryan, Henry

Bryan, Mrs Ann (nee Henton)

16     - 14/02/1878- Henry Bryan married Ann

Henton.                      

Bryan, Robert

Bryan, Mrs Annie (nee Marshall)

16  - 17/09/1878 - Robert Bryan married Annie Marshall.        

Bryan, Miss Hannah (later Mrs Hebblethwaite

Hebblethwaite, Henry Hirst

16 - 02/06/1885 - Henry Hirst Hebblethwaite married Hannah Bryan       

Bryan, Miss Ellen (later Mrs Johnson)

Johnson, Henry

16 - 05/04/1886 - Henry Johnson married Ellen Bryan

Bryan, Miss Elizabeth

 

Bryan, Mr John

Bryan, Mrs Louise

 

1891 Census: Little Carlton, Notts strays

Elizabeth servant, 20yrs b circa 1871, of Coddington

John Bryan 54 agricultural labourer, b Hegly, Yorks

Louise Bryan - wife 53, born Leadenham, Lincoln

Bryan, Mrs

Bryan, Mr

 

Bryan, Mr William

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bryan, Mr John

Bryan, Mr Ernest

Bryan, Mr Joshua

Bryan, Miss Eliza

Bryan, Miss Ellen

Bryan, Miss Minnie

15 1885 Chauntry Hunt complained of their son-s lack of attendances at school to his parents. Mother said her son had to earn money because his father was out of work.

A Bryan boy caned for impudence later that year. Several Bryan families and many children.

15 Mr William  - June 1890 - William started work - but was forced back to school by the attendance officer who told his employer that he had not passed 4th standard. After a period of gross irregularity, he was forced back to school by threatening his  parents with a summons

15 Mr John, Mr Ernest, Mr Joshua, Miss Eliza, Miss Ellen, Miss Minnie - In April 1893 all received attendance awards.

Bryan, Mr Arthur

Bryan, MrsSarah Elizabeth (nee Southerington)

16 - 14/04/1890 - Arthur Bryan married Sarah Elizabeth Southerington.       

Bryan, Miss Hetty (later Mrs Wright)

Wright, Samuel

16 - 21/06/1900 - Samuel Wright    married Hetty Bryan 

Bryan, Mrs Matilda

Bryan, Mr Thomas

Bryan, Mr Arthur

Bryan, Mr Robert

 

In 1918:

1 Mrs Matilda - cottage Lot 36

1 Mr Thomas, Mr Arthur - cottages in Lot 49

1 Mr Robert - cottage in Lot 40

Bryan, Mr Robert

Bryan, Mrs Annie

 

1 Mr Robert - in 1918 in cottage No56 in Lot 40 (N-range of Well Green 2-up/2-down cottages).

 

3 - d 30.4.1937 aged 80; b~1857

3 Mrs Annie - d 5.11.1932 aged 72 - wife to Mr Robert; b~1860

Bryan, Mr Henry

Bryan, Mrs Mary Louisa

3 Mr Henry - d 2.4.1924 aged 62, b~1862

3 Mrs Mary Louisa - d 28.11.1928 aged 76 - wife to Mr Henry; b~1852

Bryan, Mr Joshua

Bryan, Mr (Walter) Leonard

Bryan, Mr Alfred

3 Mr Joshua - d 27.12.1917 aged 69; b~1848

3 Mr (Walter) Leonard d 2.4.1918 aged 19 -killed in action, in France youngest son of Mr Joshua. B~1899.

3 Mr Alfred - d 21.3.1918 aged 26 Sgt 1st Lincolnshire Regt. killed in action, in France. b~ 1892.

Bryan, Mr Alfred (MM)

Bryan, Mr (Walter) Leonard

3 Lost in action WW1 - Alfred Bryan MM, Leonard Bryan]

Bryan, Mr William

 

2 Mr William - previous occupant of land that in 1863 was occupied by John Fryer and formerly owned by John Harnell or Starnell.

Burch - see Birch, Birche, Byrche etc

 

Bulley, Rev Sydney Cyril BA

10/21 - in Rev Sydney Cyril MA is priest in charge. 1936 lives at The Vicarage.

Rev Alfred Parkinson - vicar since 1936, BA from St Chad-s College, Durham hon canon of South Muskham in Southwell cathedral, rural dean of Newark is a surrogate lives in Newark.

 

Bunby

36 - will proved (?) 1704 Carpenter

Bunbe

36 - will proved (?) 1718 Labourer/Yeoman

Burgess, Miss Jane (later Mrs Daniels)

Daniels, Edward

16 - 28/01/1862 - Edward Daniel married Jane Burgess.

Burgess, Mr Ernest Godfrey

3 Mr Ernest Godfrey - d 26.6.1972 aged 80

Burgess, Albert E

18/19 -1957- 1961 at Main St

Burkett, John

Burkett, Mrs Ann (nee Day).

See also Birkett

16 - 24/11/1781 - John Burkett married Ann Day.

Burt

36 - will proved (?) 1667 Labourer

Burton, Mr William

Burton, Mrs Sarah (nee Grime)

17 Mr William - of Coddington married Sarah Grime on 21.12.1721 at Elston Chapel.

17 Miss Sarah Grime - of Coddington married William Burton on 21.12.1721 at Elston Chapel

 

Burton, Mr John

3 Mr John - d 29.8.1830 aged 73; b~1757

Burton, Mr Richard

Burton, Mrs Eliz(abeth) (nee Barlow)

16-  25/06/1821 - Richard Burton married Eliz Barlow.           

Burton, Mr John

Burton, Mrs Ann (nee Staniland)

16 -  12/11/1828 - John Burton married Ann Staniland.       

Burton, Miss Mary (later Mrs  Hall)

Or BARTON

Hall, Thomas

16 - 22/07/1837 - Thomas Hall married Mary Burton

Burton, Mr Henry

24/26/25 Mr Henry in 1844, 1848 and1853 listed as carpenter and wheelwright

Burton, Mr William

Burton, Mrs Lucy

 

Burton, John

Burton, Sarah

Burton, Lucy

 

Heslam, Sarah

Stanley, John

 

 

35 1841 Census

William  Burton, age 50 b~1790, Y(in Notts), farmer

Lucy Burton, age 50 b~1790, N(not in Notts),

John Burton, age 25 b~1816, Y(in Notts),

Notts),

Sarah Burton, age 10 b~1831, Y(in Notts),

Notts),

Lucy Burton, age 9 b~1832, Y(in Notts),

Notts),

 

Sarah Heslam, age 100 b~1741, N(not in Notts),

John Stanley, age 15  b~1826, N(not in Notts),

Agricultural labourer

Folio 5, 862

Burton, Mr William

Burton, Mrs Lucy

 

Burton, Mr William*

3 Mr William - d 12.11.1864 aged 75, b~1789

3 Mrs Lucy - d 16.7.1862 aged 75 - wife to Mr William; b~1787

26 - In 1848 william Burton listed as a cottager.

5 Mr W* - in BH papers - of Coddington, Farmer

Burton, Miss Kathleen

= Walster, Mrs Kathleen

12 Mrs Kathleen Walster (nee Burton) - d 1989, b 1921 - married in 1947 Donald Walster (= youngest son of George Roland/Ruth Annie, and grandson of George Snr/Mary Walster).

Bussell, Mr Frederick Vernon

3 Mr Frederick Vernon - 13 years vicar of Coddington - stone in floor

Butler, Mr Arthur Ernest

Butler, Mrs Ada (nee Peach)

16 - 21/12/1897 - Arthur Ernest Butler married Ada Peach.   

Butterly, Mrs Joanna

Butterly, Mr Featherstone

3 Mrs Joanna - d 15.7.1880 aged 70 - widow of the late Featherstone; b~1810.

Byrche see also Birch & Birch(e)