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red mail bus driver\ conducters ?
i know its a long shot has got no names . but looking for bus drivers or conducters from mansfield woodhouse who drove them from late 1960s just need names then can carry on with my search thankyou much appreciated
red mail Wyeld
Hello looking for information on wyeld family, joseph wyeld was a master tailor with a shop in market place, he was also vice president of mansfield bowling club, i believe he died in 1900 but left a large family of about 7 or 8, on the 1901 census they show as living at 7 the park, mansfield with his daughtet elizabeth ann wyeld showing as being head of the family.
red mail Phyllis Frith
I am looking for any information any one might have about my Grandmother who was called Phyllis Frith, she came from Mansfield Woodhouse in Nottingham. She married a George William Daws in 1925, had three children Doreen (my mum) Jean & Hedley. She lived at 22 Station Road, Mansfield Woodhouse. If any one has any information can you please get in touch with me.
red mail WOODCOCK Clifford and Mabel nee WILSON
The above,with daughter Doris,emigrated to Canada in 1914.Twin sons(?Clifford and ?Leonard) were born in Winnipeg,where their father died in 1919 aged 30. A year later their mother married a DOBSON. The twins served in WW2 but whether in Canadian or British Army is not known,neither if one or both died, or survived the conflict. Any Information would be most gratefully received.
red mail walter car and hannah jennings
any information on walter carr son of william carr who married hannah jennings daughter of benjamin burley jennings in 1935 and lived at 20 newcastle street mansfield woodhouse children were george, ada hannah,herbert.pauline, and florence.
red mail Marriott, Bunney
Grateful for any info re Bunney family or Marriott family living in Mansfield Woodhouse in 1850s
red mail Stocks
Joseph Stocks married Sabina Higton 13 November 1852 in St Peters Church, Mansfield and came to NZ in 1856 with eldest daughter, Mary. Joseph's father was Thomas Stocks who married Rosamund Metcalf in 1822.
red mail Frank Wheeldon
Looking for any information about the family of Frank Wheeldon who was the policeman there in the 1940's/ 1950's. I know he had a daughter Sally and possibly 2 other children ?Max and ?Maxine. Thank you in advance, Debbie
red mail Bradleys in Mansfield Woodhouse
I am trying to find information on the Bradleys who lived in Mansfield Woodhouse in the 1800s. I have several addresses for them from several Census - Greenhill Terrace and Hospital Row are listed. I am particular interested in the location of my ancesters in the 1861 Census, it says they were landlords of the Swan Inn in Mansfield Woodhouse. Does anyone have any information on this? Also I know that John Bradley married Elizabeth Lowe, his 2nd wife, first wife was Mary, in Mansfield Woodhouse Parish Church on 8th November 1853.
red mail Winter(s) family
I am researching my Family tree and am looking for information into my paternal grandfather and grandmother. My Grandfather was Leonard Winter who married Ellen (Nellie) Gillott in 1931. They had a son Born in 1931. Some sketchy details about what happened after my father was born but not much details. I remember an aunt called May living in a terraced house in Woodhouse who had a daughter Joan. Some vague memories about aunt Florence living in Boughton and a cousin May in Woohouse. Please can you help fill in my ever growing gaps?
red mail Cox's Lane
Can anyone give any information on how this lane became named? My family (Cox) farmed in and around Mansfield Woodhouse from early 1700 to mid 1800. maybe a long shot but I wonder if the two are linked?
red mail Samuel Featherstone- Blacksmith
1851 Census HO107; Piece: 2123; Folio: 72; Page: 38; GSU roll: 87753. Civil parish: Mansfield Woodhouse County : Nottinghamshire Civil parish: Mansfield Woodhouse. County : Nottinghamshire Saml Featherston Head 38 abt 1813 Male Mansfield Woodhouse Derbyshire Mary Featherston Wife 41 abt 1810 Female Mansfield Woodhouse Nottinghamshire Mary FeatherstonF Daughter 10 abt 1841 Female M Woodhse Nottinghamshire Ann Featherston Daughter 7 abt 1844 Female M Woodhse Nottinghamshire Saml Featherston Son 3 abt 1848 Male M Woodhse Nottinghamshire Geor Featherston Son 1 abt 1850 Male M Woodhse Nottinghamshire
red mail Frank Aubrey Foster / Frank Thomas Foster
Does anyone know anything about the Fosters of Mansfield woodhouse 1935 onwards? Frank Thomas Foster born 1935? Father was Frank Aubrey Foster.
red mail John Mabbott
I am trying to find my uncle. His name is John Mabbott and he would have gone to school in the Nottingham area. His parents (my Grandparents) lived in Nottingham and were Hilda Mabbott and I actually can't remember my grandfathers name! He would be between 60-70 now I think. He had two sisters - Jean (my mother) and June and one brother Brian. He was in the RAF - I think he was a helicopter pilot.
red mail homes
Has anyone info on Beech Hill Old Peoples Home in Chesterfield road.I believe it has closed down now.Looking for information on a Lily Herbert died 1985 when she was a resident of the home.Also looking to purchase any photos of the home or of Lily.Also info on the family of Desmond John Dowdall used to live in Pennimont Lane. Any info however small greatly appreciated.
red mail Mabbott's in Mansfield Woodhouse
Could anyone help me with my research of the Mabbott family in Mansfield Woodhouse? Any information would be helpful even if you weren't related. My father was Reg Mabbott he was a well known Decorator in the area also having been in partnership with his brother Graham for some time, as Mabbott Bros. My grandfather was Harry Mabbott his wife was Frances Lenton. Harry worked for the council and for sometime was caretaker of Leeming Lane cemetery,Frances was a member of the Labour club. Their children were Harry, Reg, Jessie, Graham and Mona. My great uncle was William Mabbott he was badly wounded in WW1 and lost a leg, he was a member of the British Legion in Woodhouse, I am told he was well known. My great aunts Hilda died in 1960 she married Arthur Hassall and had 10 children. Elizabeth (Ciss) died in 1955 and married Arthur Thompson and had 6 children. They may have had a grocery shop in Woodhouse? Ellen died 1927 she married Herbert Charlesworth they had a daughter Doris. Catherine died 1972 and married Alfred Gregson, they had 3 children. If anyone of these names rings a bell please contact me any information will be helpful. All information will be kept private if requested. Thank you.
red mail Dooley
Looking for information on Joseph Dooley, Florence Annie Dooley, and Bert Dooley, who went to Oxclose Lane Primary School in the 1920s. I'm also interested in finding descendants of William Mabbott who lost a leg in WWI.
red mail joanne goucher
trying to trace joanne she is my mums niece and used to live in mansfield wood, she may have since married anyone who could help would be muchappreciated
red mail Goodall's of Mansfield Woodhouse
My direct ancestor is Harriet Goodall born 1830 in Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts. Her parents were John and Elizabeth Goodall nee Bingham. John's parents were William and Mary Goodall nee Webster. Does anyone share this ancestry?
red mail SLANEY
My great great great grandmother was Elizabeth SLANEY born 1857 in Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts. Her father was Samuel Slaney born 1827. Elizabeth married Ernest Evans. If anyone shares this ancestry I'd love to hear from you.
red mail Robert Crooks
Looking for Robert Crooks.Born abt1829,married Mary Wardley in March 1855.In 1871 he was living in Crooks Yard,Mansfield Woodhouse.Can anyone help.Thank You.Robert
red mail LEONARD BOCKIN
Name appears on WW1 memorial as L. Bocking. This chap was born 1892/4 in Bottesford, Leicestershire - son of John and Elizabeth Bockin. Married Sarah A Clarke - had two daughters Ethel and Mabel. Died around 1915 - wife remarried William T Collins No trace of death anywhere. Was a Coal Miner. Did he die in a coal mining disaster, why is his name on the war memorial (spelt wrongly) and is he the unknown buried person in the Bentinck colliery disaster on 30.6.1915 All question. Anyone out there with any information. Please.
red mail Eric Newton
Born 1922or3 worked in pit for a time,later married Dora Kelly.Moved to London,joined Devonshire regiment WWII,invalided out to work on rescue London blitz.Brothers Joe& George sister Adalien {spelling??}My old dad,I'm researching family history.
red mail Morgan, Gilbert, & Johnson's.
My great gran was Frances Morgan born 1907 in Mansfield Woodhouse, she married Charles Johnson and had a son, Harold.Frances had a brother Stanley born c1917. I am also interested in Henry Gilbert and his daughter Iva/Iver; she was born 1902. Iver was my other great gran, also from Mansfield Woodhouse. She was a cook at a miners home and married Fred Mycock.
red mail John & Janet SCOTT of Mansfield Woodhouse
Interested in tracing descendants of John and Janet Sinton SCOTT of Mansfield Woodhouse. Both were born Scotland, as were the two eldest children that I know of, John (1880 Edinburgh) and Rachel Haldane (1882), the rest of the tribe being born Mansfield Woodhouse (Annie Kemp, James, Tom, Margaret Kemp). Rachel married either Otho COX or, more likely, William George MARLOW (1903). Tom may have married Annie BUTTERY.
red mail George Brooks
Looking for info on George Brooks born 1870 in Mansfield Woodhouse. Moved to Ackworth W. Yorks and married Blanche Seal and worked in Ackworth as a miner. Info on their descendents would be appreciated.
red mail Mansfield woodhouse
Does anyone have information on Ethel/Mary Bramley married to Arthur Bedford. They lived for a while at the Sundial House High Street.
red mail Albert Newton c1897
Does anyone have any information on a Albert Newton. (may have been born in Whitwell)He lived on George St,Portland St and Slant Lane in Mansfield Woodhouse,Notts.He worked at Welbeck Pit has a Coal Hewer.He married Elizabeth Crofts and had three daughters Marina,Kath and Brenda and one son Albert.
red mail Frisby's Yard
Any information on the ASHLEY family (Sarah and James) living Ashby's Yard 1880.
red mail Cassaday/Cassidy Allsopp's
Is there anyone that has any Allsop or Allsopp's who used the name Cassaday as a christian name? I have recently found a link to Mansfield Woodhouse, most of them seem to have been born in Sutton in Ashfield. Namely James Edward Cassaday Allsopp c1858, Charles Henry Cassaday Allsop C1887, Sampson Cassaday Allsopp, Sarah Cassaday Allsopp, James A Cassaday Allsopp and John W Cassaday Allsopp.
red mail Marlow's Yard
Anyone else have ancestors in Marlow's Yard who were FWK.Mine were George and Mary Peat and their family living at No.8
Violet Renshaw Mansfield woodhouse
Violet Renshaw was my grandmother as well. Are we related?
red mail Mansfield Woodhouse
Looking for information on the Pitchforks, Woodcocks and Edens Families
red mail Herbert Stubbs
Herbert Stubbs was my grandfather who died in 1937 aged 51 apparently whilst playing bowls. Does anyone have any information to confirm this.
red mail Wasley
My Grandmother Esther Elizabeth Wasley, aged 17 at the time of the 1901 census, worked as a servant at 110 Priory Road, Mansfield Woodhouse for a family called Need. The head of the family was a retired R.N. Captain, Walter Need, he was 91. He had awife and four children living there,also four servants and a nurse. Please can anyone help with any information.
red mail Violet Renshaw Mansfield Woodhouse
I see that there is someone asking about Violet Renshaw, mansfield Woodhouse. She was my grandmother.
red mail Mansfield Woodhouse
any information on violet renshaw last known mansfield woodhouse would be appreciated
red mail Mansfield Woodhouse -tatleys
Any information on the Tatley family who lived in Mansfield Woodhouse from 1720 onwards would be appreciated. Also any of the families they married into.
Gill - Mansfield Woodhouse
Thomas Gill (Roadhurst) married Mary Ann Alvey on 25th November, 1850 and had the following children: Annebella, Sarah Ann, Elizabeth Mary, Mary A., Alice, Edmund, Harry, Catherine and Annie between 1853-1871. Help on any of the names would be appreciated.
Rhodhouse, Mansfield Woodhouse
Joseph Rhoadhouse married Hannah Sissons on 22nd February, 1819. Although Hannah had several children they may or may not be Joseph's as he seems to have disappeared and she seems to live most of the time with William Gill. Many of the children hadboth the names of Rhodhouse and Gill as follows: Stephen Gill Rhodhurst, John Gill Rhodhurst, Mary Gill Rhodhurst, Thomas Rhodhurst, William Gill Rhodhurst, Eliza Gill Rhodhurst, Ann Gill Rhodhurst, Ann Gill Rhodhurst, George Gill Rhodhurst, EdmundGill Rhodhurst, John Rhodhurst between 1823-1845. Help on any of the above would be greatly received although I do have quite a lot of information on them already. It is just the question of what exactly happened to Joseph Rhodhurst. The name canbe spelt in a variety of different ways.


 
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