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red mail Bestwick
I am looking for any information on Dennis and Cyril Bestwick. Their mother was Rebecca Bestwick, born 1902. She had six brothers and sisters; Percy, Ellen M, George, John, Minnie and Henry. George Bestwick and Minnie Bestwick (maiden name: Buxton) were Rebecca's parents.
SOAR
CAN ANYONE PLEASE HELP ME IM TRYING TO TRACE WILLIAM WALTER SOAR 1848 HEANOR OR GREALEY FATHER WILLIAM SOAR.
red mail Ireland, Knight family Heanor
Am looking for any info on the Knight or Ireland families in the Heanor Derbyshire area.They were hawkers,travellers.Any info welcome Diane
red mail Solomon Inger
I am trying to find the parents or any siblings of Solomon Inger born 1793/1796 (Hennor),in the 1841 census he was recorded in Tag Hill with his wife Mary (Birkin) and sons John, William,and Joseph,I have had searches done by Matlock archives and Litchfield archives but they could not find anything. John
red mail heanor miners
My GGGrandfather was William Brown,murdered (alledgedly) by the Derbyshire cricketer Bill Bestwick. My GGGrandfather must have gone to America or Canada sometime around 1890 where he met my GGGrandmother. Does anyone have info on Heanor (Derbyshire) miners going to America or Canada to work? & dates thereof?
red mail Rigley family and 19th c local history
Samuel Collier, later grocer,(1787) and Ann (1787)lived in Millhay Heanor 1841 with 3 sons, John,(1819) Isaiah and Isaac. The oldest son John was a blacksmith in Eastwood in 1851 and 1861. Married to Ann (1819) they had 9 children, Samuel(1842),George (1846)John (1847)Robert(1848)Anne(1848)William(1852)Caroline (1854)Sarah Hannah (1857 my great grandmother later married Samuel Wood of Selston) and Mary Ann (1860). Two sons became blacksmiths and 2 coalminers. Any information about any of them or their ancestors would be very welcome. Also any information about the villages of Heanor, Eastwood, Somercotes,Selston. All the family seem to have been in some way involved in coal. Are there any local histories of the time that include these villages? Any other information that would give me some idea of how my family would have lived at this time.
red mail William Day Heanor
I am looking for the ancestors of William Day born in Heanor in 1831 & lived there until his death 1898. He was married to Sarah Clarke, born in Codnor 1831. William was a Mine Manager & their children were; Jane 1855, John 1857, Joseph 1859, Mary 1860, William 1863, Sarah 1864, George 1866, Walter 1867, Catherine 1870, Martha 1873, Dora 1874 & Charles 1878
red mail Oliver Piggin, vicar of Heanor
Anyone interested in Heanor before the coal period will find the records rather thin, though there are some potentially useful Heanor land documents at Nottinghamshire Archives. Oliver Piggin was vicar of Heanor till his death in 1547 and was somehow linked to the Oliver Piggin of Heanor who died in 1578. I have published some biographical material about Oliver Piggin online.
red mail Wood
Would be most grateful of any information on the WOOD family from Heanor.My 4 x great grandfather was Matthew Wood.Many thanks in advance
red mail oxley family
i am looking for any oxleys related to frances and john oxley from church st,then mansons fields both at new eastwood.thier daughter edith is my grandma.she had 2 brothers,edgar and albert,sisters olive and emma.edith married my grand dad bill burgin from aldecar.i have info about john oxleys fam,and his wife frances
red mail SPRINGTHORPE
Am looking for details regarding William and Sarah HUNT SPRINGTHORPE, married 1828, sons John SPRINGTHORPE (b.1829), Robert SPRINGTHORPE (b. 1836). Sarah died at Basford Union House in 1839. Robert was at Basford Union House in 1841 Census, and with his uncle, John HUNT, in 1851. Haven't found record of John in 1841 Census. Robert married a Mary PEARSON of Radford. Robert may have been born out of wedlock: William may have died in 1834. Robert's marriage certificate claims his father's name was William PEAT. This gets more and more interesting...Thank you.
red mail BINGHAM/WALKER
researching BINGHAM AND WALKERsurnames of heanor derbyshire.the furthest back i can go is john bingham brn 1838 he married elizabeth miller brn 1848 they married in gibraltar in 1865.amongst their children was annie brn 1878.my grt grandma.she married isiah walker brn 1878.
red mail Thomas Caley
I am seeking information regarding Thomas Caley born about 1755. He married Eliabeth Lee in 1780. Thank your for any help you can give to me. Thanks, Reba
Pentrich Revolution McKesswick
I am researching the Pentrich Revolution and can find very little on John McKesswick, who got transported to Australia for his part in the Revolution, he was born 1779abt and from Heanor,any help appreciated.Sylvia
red mail Robinson Family
Looking for decendants of Robert Henry Robinson,Mine Manager,Church Warden,his children,Lillian May,Robert George Fox,twin brother Henry Reginald Fox (Fox mothers MN)Elizabeth Lois,& Winnifred M.Would like to hear from any living relatives.Ian
red mail boyer family tree
i am looking for information on john boyer and elizabeth brentnall married in heanor in dec. 1841 on their marriage cert. boyer is spelt byer as neither of them could read or write.
red mail Evans / Hannah ???
Trying to compile family tree but have stumbled across a strange one!!!! On a web site I have found a strange entry Ann Evans baptised in 1854 no father listed and mother Hannah.occupation listed as spinster??? thought baptisms were for run of the mill families ???? Am trying to trace Robert Barton Evans born 1894 married hilda rebecca Tomlinson 1927 heanor church Any info appreciated. Regards Louise
red mail Allen
Two of my great-great aunts married husbands called Allen, both men were born in Heanor but I have not been able to find out if they were related. Samuel Allen (born about 1801) married Mary Paulson in Derby in 1833, he was a tailor & draper, living in Tagg Hill. Samuel died in 1879 leaving a detailed will that lists many relatives. John Rowland Allen (born about 1818) married Sarah Paulson in Oxton, Nottinghamshire, 1843. He and his family are in Heanor Common in 1851, John is listed as a lace maker & journeyman. John & Sarah had at least five children: Fitzgeorge, Mary Ann, John & Lucy Ellen.
red mail Fletcher
Looking for information on Fredrick Fletcher born 1863 Heanor Derbyshire or any relatives
red mail Samuel Haywood/Heanor
Samuel born 1821 Heanor Derbyshire to a Martha (nee name unknown and required) she was born 1822 Heanor. In 1851 lived at Mackey Row Heanor. Any information about both very welcomed.
red mail Elias Brown's son John Brown
John Brown son of Elias Brown born 1841/2 Heanor, a coalminer, married Eliza born 1831 Newthorpe Notts. They had son John Henry c1862, Daughters Millicent c1865, Lucy c1870, & Sarah Jane Brown c1867, all born Heanor or Marlpool near Heanor. Found on 1871 census only. Any information most welcomed
red mail Mary Ann Smith (1813) of Heanor
I am interested in Mary Ann Smith baptised on 28 March 1813. She is the illigitimate daughter of Sarah and most probably the daughter of Anthony Bamford. I have a great deal of information about the Bamford family and would be very happy to exchange information. It would be wonderful to get any information about Mary Ann Smith as this would help complete the 'tree'
red mail Kerry.
I have now completed my Kerry family tree. If anyone needs any info on the Kerry's from Heanor, Stanley, Smalley areas I am willing to help.
red mail Samuel Hayward wife's nee name
Samuel Haywood born Heanor 1821, wanted.... his parents and wife's Martha's maiden name. In 1841 census living Heanorfalls with 40 yr old Mary Marshall. What year did he die before 1861 census, I wonder? 1851; and now got 3 children Lewis aged 1, Elizabeth (my ggrandmother)born 1847, and Sarah 5yrs old. Martha age now given as 29. Any information most welcomed.
red mail Stenson - Heanor/Ilkeston
My Grandfather was Josiah Stenson (c1868). In the 1871 census he is called Josiah aged 2. sisters Caroline and Sarah. In 1881 census he is called Joshua, with sisters Caroline and Sarah. Ages match. Mother is Mary or May, Father John. Does anyone else have Josiah/Joshua in their family.
red mail Smith family of Heanor
Hi, I'm trying to trace the history of Mary Ann Smith who MIGHT be my GGG Grandmother. I found an online listing for St Lawrence Church that had a baptism 28 March 1813 - mother Sarah, father (illegitimate). A Mary/Mary Ann of the correct age and place of birth went on to marry Joseph Bentley. All census from 1841 show them living at Yardley, Worcestershire/Warwickshire. I have not been able to locate: birth of Mary/Mary Ann, marriage of Mary and Joseph (stop laughing), birth of their 3 older children. I have purchased a birth cert for their dau Sophia showing Mary Bentley formerly Smith. This is the only record that indicates her maiden name. If anyone can point me in the right direction, I will be eternally grateful. Also if anyone can provide info on Mary's mother Sarah. Hope to hear from someone soon! Thanks.
red mail Allen Brown Heanor / grandfather
Born 1887, ALLEN BROWN married Emily Hopper whose (whose mother's name was Sarah Ann GASH, and father William Hopper) Grandmother was born may 1883, at Spittlegate (Near York?), and was a domestic servant))married in 1909, his father was Albert Brown born Nottingham 1844 (coal miner) also had c hildren, ... jarvis /Clara/Hannah/Ethel/William and Leonard -(believed died aged 28) would very much like info about siblings. Any information welcomed
red mail Neals Heanor/Codnor?
Fred neal born 1872 had brothers,Alfred neal born 1848 (but at Codnor)Isaac born 1850, William born 1854, Mary born 1854 Jane born 1863, John born 1861, Joseph born 1863, and William neal born 1854. Their father was Joseph Neal born 1822 at Codnor Derbyshire, married Phobe Wilson born 1827 at Brinsley. Any info welcomed
red mail Meakin's of Heanor
I am trying to find out more information on Henry Meakin, i don't know where he was born but it was definately in Derbys, i think he was born around 1795. He married Fanny West (from Ilkeston), they had around 6/7 children and they lived in Heanor. If anyone has any info on him then please let me know. Possibly the 1851 census would shed some light on him? I dont have access to that one, i do with all the others, so any help or info would be greatfully received.
red mail PALMER.
Any information on Rosanna Palmer b. Heanor Wood abt 1774, married Joseph Birkin at Heanor in 1796.
red mail Meakin/Chadwick - Heanor/Ilkeston
I am researching my paternal family. My grandfather was Walter Meakin of Heanor who married Ann Chadwick from Ilkeston. They had 12 children (my father was no 11). Walter's father was John who married Elizabeth (I think Gillott) and owned a frameworks in Nook End in Heanor. They had several children, most of whom I have traced but there may stil be gaps particularly between 1853 and 1864. His father was Joseph married to Ann - the only relevant marriage I can find is Ann Gaskin in Heanor on 25 Dec 1832 which fits with John's birthdate. I think the Meakins prior to Joseph must have come from Ilkeston as the records seem to run out in Heanor. Any help or information appreciated.
red mail Prince and Inger
I am researching my Prince and Inger ancestors. Mary Prince b.1812 married Thomas Inger 2nd Feb 1836. Marys parents were Samuel and Elizabeth. I can't find anything about Thomas Inger, but it looks as if he died quite young. If anyone can help it would be most appreciated
red mail Bailey
Bailey Family in HEANOR Derbyshire. Maud Bailey married Charles Badger in 1900 & moved to Langley Mill. Charles Henry Bailey was my great grandfather, his decendents lived on in Heanor
red mail Grundy family Heanor and Alfreton areas
William Grundy born c1808 at Ockbrook, married Hannah Burgoin at Alfreton, children were all born in the Alfreton area. William was living on Aldercar Lane with daughter ( Hannah )and son-in-law Peter Grainger in 1871, is anyone else researching thisfamily?
red mail Bakers / Oxleys / Purdys.
Am researching these families in the Heanor / codnor Eastwood area. Would love to hear from anyone interested in sharing information .
red mail Heanor Local History Society
Heritage Centre is in Marlpool Cemetery - open Tuesday afternoon and (April to October) Sunday afternoon. Monthly meetings at the Wilmot Street Community Centre. Monthly newsletters published. Contact me for further details on any of the above.
red mail Rigley
I am looking for descendents of the following : Robert Phillip Rigley (b.1849), Alice Rigley(b1890), Mary Rigley (b.1895) and Phillip Rigley (b.1888) who were all born in Heanor. However, they may also be connected to Selston Nottinghamshire.
Genealogy
I am researching my family tree and have got back to Robert SHORTHOSE 1806. I would appreciate any records or help.
red mail Proudlouv
Vincent PROUDLOUV...of Heanor, Derby. early 1600's.
red mail Brentnall, Roe
Robert BRENTNALL, and Sarah ROE married 1608, Heanor. Can you place this couple in your tree?
red mail Whinfield
Rev Richard WHINFIELD b 29 Mar 1786 Orton Westmoreland was Rector of Parish church of Heanor DERBYSHIRE for 45 yrs, and died there 25 May 1866. His wife was Mary Ann RICHARDSON. A plaque to his memory and work, once positioned inside the church nearthe tower, appears to have disappeared in recent refurbishments. Two sons, Rev.John Frederick Richardson WHINFIELD b183- and James Richard WHINFIELD b 1834 Heanor, emigrated to Aus.


 
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