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red mail Holmes / Davison marriage abt 1920 - 25
Alice May DAVISON married my grandfather James Henry HOLMES from Pinchbeck (west?) Alice's father was James W DAVISON who was the butcher in (9?) Church Street, Donington. The family apparently had various business interests in Donington including a sweet shop and the gas works in addition to the butchers? After their marriage James & Alice May farmed on land at (the old) Bridge Farm, Westdale alongside the 40 foot drain, but they seemed to have lived in the town until she died (suicide) in about 1948. My father Geoff(rey) was born in town in 1926 and attended DGS and apparently was senior patrol leader in the school scout troop pre & early WW2 days. School head & scout master was one of the TAYLORs. After Alice's death Dad moved in 1950 into Bridge Farm with my mother Megan (RYLOTT) for a few years. Any extra information will be much appreciated from Old Doningtonians or the offspring etc!
red mail Donington Secondary Modern School
I attended this school just after it changed from a Grammer School i.e 1948 to 1953 and was in Flinders House. Played football for the school team. The headmaster was Sep Taylor. Pleased to hear from anyone who was at the school at the same time.
red mail Goodyear
I am trying to trace the Goodyear/Atkinson families in Donington around the 1880's.
red mail James Taylor
I am looking for the birth of a James Taylor who married Sarah Kitching in 1733 and also the information of her birth.
red mail Scales
My Grandmother Lilian Gladys Scales died on the 18th of August 1943 at Church Street Donington sadly there is no house number on the death certificate. Any help gratefully received
red mail revells in donnington
my gfathers gf was george revell married o mary ann twelves from gosberton his brother thomas and francis moved to spalding would like any information about revells would be very grateful for any information at all
red mail Scales Ingram Powis
My Father Reginald C. Scales moved to Quadring road in approx 1915 as a baby and lived with his family until 1930 we do not have an address or the family name they lived under could have been Ingram or Powis or Powell. My Father had a half sister Dorothy Ingram any help gratefully received
Hall Family
William Hall (b about 1734) is my 5 x great grandfather. Although he lived in Donington, I can find no local christening record. His son, James (b. 1775)m. Mary Graham from Bicker. James & Mary lived in Bicker. Please does anyone have christening details for William?
red mail BAXTER'S MILL, Donington
Information appreciated on the windmill where, I understand, Henry Baxter and his family lived during the 1880s and 90s. He and his wife, Sarah, had four children: Annie, Rose, Beatrice and Florence. Would be interested in any further details, photos of mill etc.
Pells of Donington
I am looking for information of My GG/Grandmodthers brother one Joseph Pell, Joseph was born near by at Aslackby, many of his brothers and sisters migrated to Australia. I know that his father and Mother Joseph and Sarah are buried at Donington Sarah in 1881 and Joseph in 1870. Son Joseph married a Harriett Wyman I think!! in 1879 at Donington they had 3 children. They appear in the 1901 census at Donington listed as a Farmer. I found their son aged 32 buried in the new cemertry died 1914, on a recent trip to the old country, however I cannot find any more info on Joseph himself or wife Harriet. Joseph would of been 54 years in 1901. I have checked the BMD but cannot find. could anyone please help? Regards Ted, Australia
I am looking for any reference to John Hensman, his son Thomas and wife Catherine in the donnington area. They were tailors in the 1800's
Red Cow
I an looking for info about a Mrs L Crampton who's address was the Red Cow Donington. she lived there in about 1907/8 Also any info about Jim Black
James SHILCOCK was b.1732 in Donington.He was the son of Joseph & Rebekah nee Thimblee. James m. Martha JUGG in 1756. I am descended through their son John b. 1769 who married Elizabeth Walker in 1796, and their son William b. 1798 who married Frances Baxter in Helpringham in 1818.
red mail Harrison Family
I have several ancestors that trace from Donington-in-Holland between 1750 and 1810. Major names are George Harrison b. 1753, Mary Chamberlain, Elizabeth Chamberlain, Sarah Harrison, Mary Harrison, John Harrison, Elizabeth Harrison, Harriet Harrison.
red mail Ann ENO later Shilcock 1780-?
Ann Eno born Sibsey 1780- married William Shilcock at Donington in 1805 and they baptised 9 children here. William died in 1824 leaving her with all 9 children aged 2 to 18. I then lose trace of her. Did she remarry? Who would take on 7 kids? When and where did she die? Has anyone come across this lady and her family?
red mail Frances BLACKWELL later Shilcock 1764-1787
Frances Blackwell and William Shilcock both of Donington married in 1782 and baptised 2 sons William (from whom I am descended) and Jacob. Frances died aged 23. But where was she born? Was she connected with the Benjamin Blackwell widower who married here in 1782? Can any descendants out there help?
red mail Jane BATES (later Shilcock) 1729-1779
Janes Bates was "of Donington" when marrying William Shilcock in Gosberton in 1755, and thereafter they lived and died in Donington. But where was she born? Would appreciate any contacts or info. My descent is through their son William, they also had Jacob ad Mary - interested to hear from any descendants.
red mail Cook/Backhouse
Rely to person looking for COOK/BACKHOUSE families. I believe that my GGgrandma was Harriet Cook, born 1839 Donington, daughter of William and Elizabeth.
red mail REVELL Donington-in-Holland, Spalding
Looking for more info on Thomas Revell, b. 1807 in Donington-in-Holland, son of George and Elizabeth Lawson. Other Revells in same village list George Revell and Elizabeth Brown as parents - I'm curious if the two Elizabeths are one and the same. Thomas moved to Spalding sometime before 1828, when he married Elizabeth Hayes. I have quite a bit of information about several of their children. Please contact me if you think you have any links to any Revells in Donington or Spalding!
red mail Hempsall Family
Looking for relatives of William Hempsall (1830-1898). William and his wife Mary Ann Smith lived in Donington where William was a carrier and coal dealer. His youngest son John later moved to Sheffield. In a local Donington index, the Hempsall name has been spelled as 'Hemsall'. The Hempsall family originally came from Nottinghamshire through William's father Henry Hempsall (1799-1877).
red mail Hanson Family @1800
Looking for information on the family of my Gt Gt Gt grandmother, Ann Hanson born 1801 in Donington-In-Holland. Her parents were Jonathan (1755-1829) and Mary (nee Moore)
red mail George Wells 1845
George Wells was born at Donington-in - Holland Lincolnshire abt1845.George was the youngest of 12 children .His father was a Farmer, also named George and mother was Ann Emery.George departed from Liverpool 11/3/1862 on the Vanguard and arrived in Melbourne Australia in June 1862.George married Ellen Sloan of Kirkpatrick-Durham in Ballarat Victoria on 14/7/1868.The couple settled in Echuca and raised a large family.Any information regarding the Wells family of Donington would be greatly appreciated as George is my Great Grandfather.
red mail Cook
Researching Cooks, Backhouse (Baccus), and Houghton in the Donington area in 1700's and 1800's. Ancestors and descendants of William Cook and Elizabeth Backhouse.
Read Family
Looking for details of the READ family of Donington. My 2x Gt. aunt was Charlotte Cotton JESSOP who married a George READ. They lived in Donington and by 1901 had two sons, George and Charles, and I believe later, other children.

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