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red mail CLIPSHAM - EASTWOOD - SWIFT
Anthony CLIPSHAM (1747-1820) was married in Nettleham on 17 Aug 1774 to Elizabeth EASTWOOD (1750-1808) and subsequently to Susanna SWIFT on 5 Feb 1809. Any info welcome
red mail Frank WATTAM / WHATTAM
Frank WATTAM /WHATTAM was born in Nettleham c.1857 according to censuses 1861 (when he was 4) through 1891 (mistranscribed WHATTAN)--I have not looked later. He was the last of 12 children of William WATTAM & Ann nee CROPPER. I cannot find his birth/baptism in IGI or FreeBMD, and cannot look in PRs as my local LDS Centre has been shut for 6 months and we do not know when it will open again . . . He may have married in Gainsborough, but to which Mary I cannot tell yet): Marriages Mar 1882 Brett Mary Lettice Gainsborough 7a 935 Lintin Mary Elizabeth Gainsborough 7a 935 Whattam Frank Gainsborough 7a 935 Can anyone help with his birth/baptism or marriage? Avril
red mail Grundy
Always looking for anyone connected to John Grundy who died in Nettleham in 1886. He had 1 son George and 8 daughters. My greatgrandmother Ann was his last child born in 1858.
red mail The White Hart
I have information on the White Hart Inn kept my grandparents and their family between 1938 and 1981. It was built by Thomas Smith in 1799. I have a list of licencees from 1913, these start with E.P.Goodyear, then in 1921 W.Coldwell, followed by L.Thompson in 1928, & H. Bell in 1938. There is also a splendid photo of the pub in about 1900, in front there is a large group of men holding a banner, maybe a friendly society or a trade union.
red mail Roger Simpson Elwood
was my great grandad amd married to Elizabeth Alice Milba Lacey. If anyone has any information on these two ancestors of mine I would be very grateful.
red mail Gibbins
I am interested in any information about Edward Lois Gibbins who was a coachman/groom at Nettleham Hall in 1901. He was aged 41 and married to Jemima who was of Swiss origin. Their children (Albert, Bertie, Edward, Edith, Florence, Valentine and Agatha) were all born at Nettleham between 1878 and 1894.
red mail Aistrop
I am seeking information on Edward Aistrop (who mentioned property in Nettleham in his Will) - and his daughter Millicent. He died in Frodingham. I have no information as to his marriage/parents etc. I intend to follow up emails on these families in the next few weeks. Rex
F.A. Garside at the Brown Cow
I would be interested to hear from anybody who can offer information on my grandfather, Francis Arthur Garside who was the landlord of the Brown Cow at Nettleham in the 1930s. - Geoff
red mail samuel bennett
looking for any information on samuel bennett born in nettleham around 1873 later moved to mansfield notts and worked on duke of portland estate had 2 sons roy and albert and 3 daughters ivy mary and norah he died in mansfield aged about 90 and lived on derby rd in a duke of portland estate cottage
red mail William & Marianne Lamb
Willaim & Marianne where my GGGparents and for some time live at the plough Inn in Nettleham. William was a Chelsea Pensioner and died in 1886 but I have no record of what happen to Marianne - she is listed on the 1891 Census as "Living on Parish funds" - has anyone any information please Dave
red mail Wattam
Joseph Wattam bn. Nettleham 1757 was the son of William and Cristiana Codd. Anyone else descended from this family?
red mail DAWSON/ NETTLEHAM HALL
I am looking for information regarding William "digger" Dawson who lived in the cottage in the grounds of Nettleham Hall
red mail Roger Simpson Elwood
Trying to find any info on my relative born in Nettleham Lincolnshire in 1837. He was married to Elizabeth Alice Milba Lacy. If anyone has any info I would be grateful.
red mail handley - nettleham
in 1851 Susan Handley was in Lincoln workhouse with her four children, John (1841) Elizabeth (1844) Jane (1846) and Joseph (1850). Jane and Joseph were both born in Nettleham, Lincoln which would suggest that this was where the family was living before the unknown father presumably died. Any more info would be great
red mail Wattam/ Whattam
Researching the Wattams of Nettleham. Particularly Joseph Wattam born 1841 and William Wattam 1810 Newark. Have quite a bit of parish register transcripts I can share. Keen to hear of any one researching the same.
red mail TOWERS & JANE SMITH
Please can anyone help me I am looking for the marriage of EDWARD G TOWERS AND JANE SMITH about 1800 EDWARD was my Gt Grandfather who was born in NETTLEHAM AND JANE SMITH was born in REEPHAM Thank you for reading this yours hopefuly Janet
red mail Henry de Holbech Rande 1477 - 1551
Henry Rande de Holbech. Born 1477. Died 6th August 1551. Buried Nettleham, near Lincoln, England. He was a Bishop of Lincoln and reportedly "one of the compilers of the liturgy, and the first married (post reformation) English Bishop". (Alas, I do not know to whom he was married, though someone somewhere might...) He seems to have been quite a mover and shaker in his day, though I currently have relatively little information on him and would welcome the opportunity to share, compare and where necessary contrast information concerning the fellow.
red mail Allen/Muxlow
Looking for anyone who can help trace relations of Frederick William Allen or his Grandmother Elizabeth Muxlow


 
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