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Collingham Nottinghamshire
Described below as one of the largest and handsomest villages in the county, Collingham used to consist of two separate parishes, North Collingham and South Collingham. To see the boundaries of the parishes, fo... more
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red mail Dr Thomas Calton
My gr gr gr Grandfather was Dr Thomas Calton who headed the party of settlers sailing on the 'Albury' and dying at Algoa Bay, in 1820. Can someone please tell me, was he actually born in North Collingham or was he just a practising surgeon there? I need also to know who were his parents and where were they born? Any info would be greatfully appreciated Thank you jen
Crampton Collingham Nottinghamshire & Dublin Ireland
Does anyone have information on a Captain John Crampton from South Collingham, Nottinghamshire who went to Ireland abt 1690 as a Captain in William III’s army and settled there after the war. He had two known sons John b 1686 and Thomas who married a Martha Radford and a Grace Webb in Dublin Ireland. I’m interested to find out more information on Thomas or any other known children.
Henry Talbot
I'm looking for any information on the Talbot line throughout Nottinghamshire, that links to Henry Talbot, born 1873 at Collingham, his father was George Talbot B.c1837 at Caunton and his mother was Hannah Talbot (nee ?) b. c1838 Newark. Any help on the Talbots would be most appreciated.
Ann Elvin
Im trying to find family links with a Ann Elvin from COTTINGHAM nottinham, Nottinghamshire, England she married a Mr Rotert Stokes from Saxilby Lincolnshire they had childern which where born in Swinderby, NEWARK, Nottinghamshire, England so im guessing they moved there at some point in the begining of the 1800 s . looking forward to some help Cilicia
I am looking for Ann Hennell b. about 1828 in N. Collingham, mother of gt. grandfather Charles Hennell b. 1844, she married Robert Fisher. abt 1850, they lived in Coleby lincs. any help appreciated, thanks
red mail Tasker
George Tasker moved to Collingham about 1800 and married Maria Lansdall. He farmed in the area and the family remained there for about 100 years. If anybody is investigating these two families I would be pleased to hear from them
red mail Re Library
From Cassells Gazetteer c1896 Collingham North nr Newark : 1891 Population : 875 - There is a good public hall and library.

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