Names

Notes    

Police; Merry, Alan F

20 - 1950 Notts County Constabulary Tel Newark 616

18/19 - 1957-1961 at Beckingham Rd

Police: Furbisher, John William

10/21 - 1938 - 1942 police constable, Tel Nwk 616. Lived in "The White" houses Newark Road.

Police: Brownlow, William Arthur

23 - 1923 police constable

Police: Catton, Thomas William

13 Mr Thomas William Catton ? in 1916 constable, County Police

See also superintendent of police

Pacey, Miss Ann (later Mrs Hough)

Hough, Stephen

16 - 17/03/1795 - Stephen Hough  married Ann Pacey           

Pacey, Miss Jane (later Mrs Fearfield)

Mr Thomas Fearfield,

=? Farfield, Mr Thomas

16 - 03/10/1796 - Thomas Fearfield married Jane Pacey.

3 Mrs Jane - d 28.9.1825 aged 66 - wife of Thomas; b~1759

Pacey, Mr William

Pacey, Mrs Winifred

3 Mr William - d 4.5.1963 aged 66; b~1897

3 Mrs Winifred - wife of Mr William

10/18/19/20/21 - Mr William 1938 - 1942 - 1950  at The Elms, Newark Rd, p.res Tel Nwk 2002

Padgett, Francis

35 1841 Census

Francis Padgett, age 65 b~1776, Y(in Notts)

Folio 12, 862

Padgett, Thomas

Booth, Mr William et al

Booth, Elizabeth

Booth, Isabella

Booth, Ann

Booth, Stephen

Booth, Joseph

Carter, Richard

Richman, William

35 1841 Census

Thomas Padgett, age15 b~1826, Y(in Notts)

In household of William Booth, age 45, farmer; his wife Elizabeth Booth, age 45, and family Isabella Booth age 20, Ann Boothage 15, Stephen Boothage 14, Joseph Booth,age 9.

Also present William Richman, age 60 farmer; and Richard Carter, age 20 Male servant.

Folio 9, 862

Pailing, Joseph Albert

22 - 1932 poultry breeder

Pailthorp, John

Pailthorp, Mrs Elizabeth (nee Johnson)

16 - 20/04/1747 - John Pailthorp married Elizabeth Johnson        

Pailthorp, Miss Jane (later Mrs Willey)

Willey, William)

16 - 23/07/1770 - William Willey married Jane Pailthorp

Palmer, Thomas

Palmer, Mrs Alice (nee Attenborough)

16 - 03/08/1633 - Thomas Palmer  married Alice Attenborough

Parkes, John

Parkes, Mrs Ann (nee Saunders)      

16 - 03/07/1814- John Parkes married Ann Saunders           

Parkes, Mr Samuel

Parkes, Mrs Emily (nee Henton)

Parkes, William

Parkes, Mabel

Parkes, Annie

16 - 06/12/1883 - Samuel Parkes  married Emily Henton

31/33/8/34 Mr S - in  1892, 1900, 1912 Red Lion Inn (1912 also shopkeeper).

32 - in 1894 shopkeeper, victualler and Red Lion.

1 Mr Samuel - In 1918 Tenant of Lots 24, 25, 26, 27, 44

22  1932: Saml - grocer and Samuel Red Lion PH Tel Nwk 281X4

9/10/13/21 Mr Samuel  - in 1916 Red Lion + farmer, 1928, 1936-8, 1941-2 Red Lion PH Newark 281X4

15 - William, Mabel and Annie received good attendance prizes from school in 1893

         

Parkes, Fred

18/19 - at Main Rd. Small farmer.

Parkar, Miss Catherne (later Mrs Frere)

Frere, Richard

(Richard Fryer??)

(Catherine Parker??)

16 - 21/06/1672 - Richard Frere married Catherne Parkar.        

Parker, Adam

Parker, Mrs Marie  (nee Key)

16 - 15/11/1638 - Adam Parker married Marie Key           

Parkin, George

Parkin, Mrs Mary (nee Pynige)

16 - 21/04/1788 - George Parkin married Mary Pynige         

Parkin-Stanfield, J &A

SEE Parkin-Stanfield, J P

3 Burial, no details

Parkins, William

Parkins, Mrs Elizabeth (nee Lightfoot)

16 - 14/05/1811 - William Parkins married Elizabeth Lightfoot       

Parkinson, Rev Alfred

10 Rev Alfred  - in 1941 - vicar since 1936 BA St Chad's College, Durham hon canon of South Muskham in Southwell cathedral, rural dean of Newark is a surrogate and lives in Newark.

Rev Sydney Cyril Bulley MA is priest in charge.

Parlbie, Miss Ruth (later Mrs  Langlay)

Langlay, Robert

16 - 23/05/1666 - Robert Langlay  married Ruth Parlbie

Parnal, Miss Sarah (later Mrs Dikes)

Dikes, Mr Thomas

16 - 15/05/1843 - Thomas Dikes married Sarah Parnal.

1st wife?    

Parnham, John

Parnham, Mrs Elizabeth (nee Ellis)

16 - 19/03/1826 - John Parnham married Elizabeth Ellis

Parnham, Thomas

15 - prominent Newark citizen, in 1858 one of the Trustees of Coddington Methodist School.  Present in 1891 at meeting when the school was struggling, shortly before closure.

Parsons, Rev Lawrence J Parsons, Edward T

15 Rev Lawrence J - In 1851 a 23yr old unmarried curate from Mansfield, who lodged with farmer William Booth.

15 Edward T - In 1851 a 13yr old from Mansfield, who on census night was lodged with farmer William Booth.

Parsons, Harold G

Parsons, H A

19 - 1957 at North Airfield Farm

18 - 1961 at North Airfield Farm

Pasmore, John

Pasmore, Mrs Ann  (nee Ball)

16 - 17/11/1749  John Pasmore married Ann  Ball           

Pass, John Robert

Pass, Ada Frances (nee Ellis)

16 - 01/10/1895 - John Robert Pass married Ada Frances Ellis   

Patchett, Mr William George

Patchett, Mrs Sarah

3 Mr William George - d 2.11.1915 aged 70; b~1845

3 Mrs Sarah - d 29.10.1923 aged 81 - wife to Mr William George; b~1842

Payling, George

Payling, Mrs Martha (nee Pilgrim)

16 - 09/02/1802 - George Payling  married Martha Pilgrim

Payling, Mr William

29/30 - in 1879 and 1881 William Payling listed as resident, but no details.

Peach, Ada (later Mrs Butler) Butler, Mr Arthur Ernest

16 - 21/12/1897 - Arthur Ernest Butler married Ada Peach.

Peck, Robert

Peck, Mrs Cathrine (nee Grebb)

16 - 13.11.1609 - Robert Peck married Cathrine Grebb.

Peet, Miss Sarah (later Mrs Haywood)

Haywood, Thomas

16 - 01/03/1847 - Thomas Haywood married Sarah Peet

Peet, William

Peet, Mrs Charlotte (nee Pykett)

16 - 24/12/1867 - William Peet married Charlotte Pykett           

Pegg, John

Pegg, Mrs Sarah (nee Footit)

16 - 14/05/1846 - John Pegg married Sarah Footit

Peirpont, Miss Charlotte (later Mrs Barton)

Barton, George

16 - 14/09/1830 - George Barton married Charlotte Peirpont.        

Penswick-Smith, Reverend Charles

SEE Smith

3, 13 Penswick-Smith, Reverend Charles - Vicar of Coddington, father of Constance. Buried in churchyard with wife.

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Names

Notes    

Pelham, Henry Duke of Newcastle

2 Henry Pelham Duke of Newcastle  landowner and Lord of the Manor (for copyhold properties)

Deputy Stewards: Edmund Baxter (Gentleman); James Knight.

Messengers: Edmund Percy

Peniston         

36 - will proved - 1626 Labourer

Pepper, John

Pepper, Mrs Sarah (nee Chillders)        

16 - 02/05/1681 - John Pepper married Sarah Chillders           

Pepper, Miss Sarah (later Mrs Harker)

Harker, Robert

16 - 03/07/1682 - Robert Harker married Sarah Pepper

Pepper, Robert

Pepper, Mrs Martha (nee Hages)

16 - 26/04/1750 - Robert     Pepper married Martha Hages 

Petch, Miss Sarah (later Mrs Hodson)

Hodson, Joseph

16 - 12/12/1825 - Joseph Hodson   married Sarah Petch

Pethig, William A

20 - 1950 at The Plough

Philips, Miss Elizabeth (later Mrs Roger)

Roger, Robert

16 - 27/04/1703 - Robert Roger married Elizabeth Philips         

Phillips, William C

19 - 1957 at Erimus, Main St

18 - 1961 at 15 Valley View

Phillips, Joyce L

19 - 1957 at Main St

Picksley, Mr John

Picksley, Mrs Sarah Ann

Picksley, Mr Fountain

29/30/31/32/33 - in 1879, 1881, 1892, 1894, 1897 listed as farmer

3 Mr John - d 31.10.1914 aged 79

8 Mr John - in 1900 farmer

34 - in 1912 Mr John and Fountain Picksley listed as farmers.

34 Mr Fountain Picksley - in 1912 listed as farmer, assistant overseer, clerk to Parish Council, and Secretary of Newark Branch of the Farmers Union.

3 Mrs Sarah Ann - d 11.9.1931 aged 86 - wife to Mr John

Pickworth

36 - will proved - 1600

Pidd, Mrs Phillis nee Else

Pidd, Mr Joseph

Else, William (snr.)

Else, William (jnr)

Else, Mr John (Millwright of Fulbeck)

Else, Mary (of Norton Disney)

Snell, Mrs Elizabeth

Grocock, Mrs Frances

Grocock, Mr William

Pigrim, John (of Shelford)

Midbone, John ?

Staunton, J ?

36 - William Else will proved - 1816 Miller

Witness/administrator (presumably daughter or relative) -Phillis Pidd nee Else, wife of Joseph

Admon 6th March 1817, Bond 18th Sept 1816. (The original examined by IT. It is not a will but the legal papers resulting from him not having a will.)

The goods, chattles and credits of William Else do not amount in value to the sum of one hundred pounds.

Other Witnesses (probably relatives):

J Staunton ( signature hard to read so may not be correct)

Elizabeth Snell, widow

Frances Grocock wife of William

John Else of Fulbeck, Millwright

Mary Else of Norton Disney

William Else

John Midbone ( hard to read) Yeoman

John Pigrim of Shelford

Pigot, John

Hall, Thomas et al

Hall, Mary

Hall, William

Osbrook, Benjamin

Hall, John

35 1841 Census  -

John Pigot, age 14, b~1827, N(not in Notts.), apprentice wheelwright

In household of

Thomas Hall, age 25 wheelwright, Mary Hall age 25, William Hall age 2,

With others

John Hall, age 15, b~1826, Y( in Notts.), apprentice wheelwright

Benjamin Osbrook, age 20 b~1821 N(not in Notts) apprentice wheelwright

(Folio 5/6, Piece 862)

Pikitt, Miss Sarah (later Mrs Elston)

Elston, John

? See also Pykett

16 - 09/09/1766 - John Elston married Sarah Pikitt.         

Pilgram, William

Pilgram, Mrs Martha (nee Oliver)

16 - 25/05/1762 - William Pilgram   married Martha Oliver  

Pilgrim, Elizabeth

Sudbury, Joseph

Smith, John

Pratt, William

Jalland, Thomas

Birketts / Bell / Charity

Bell, William

Taylor, Mrs Mary (nee Bell)

Thomas, Taylor

Taylor, Elizabeth (later Mrs Birkitts)

Birkitts, Richard

Birkitts, William

Birkitts, Elizabeth (nee Langley)

Birkitts, William jnr

Birkitts, Samuel

Birkitts, Samuel

Birkitts, Elizabeth (nee Pratt)

4 sons

From Margaret Ilott - In William Bell's 1698 will, he names Elizabeth Pilgrim as a tenant of an ancient cottage,  property  left to his widowed daughter Mary Taylor and therafter his granddaughter Elizabeth Birkitts:

I do hereby devise all wherever I live and close and croft adjacent thereunto and 13 oxgangs of land, meadow and appurtenances, and three ancient cottages in occupation of Joseph Sudbury, Elizabeth Pilgrim and John Smith and two newly erected cottages in occupation of William Pratt and Thomas Jalland with their appurtenances and 21acres of meadow in Holme meadows unto Mary, my daughter during her natural life. After her decease to Elizabeth Birkitts, my grandchild and her heirs.

£2 left annually to the poor of Coddington out of land on Beacon Field.

Property passed into Birkett family and sold on death of Mrs Birketts at auction at the Plough in 1820.

Pilgrim

36 - will proved  1720 Yeoman

Pilgram, Joseph

Pilgram, Mrs Elizabeth (nee Marten)

16 - 10/12/1723 - Pilgram    Joseph married Elizabeth Marten

Pilgrim

36 - will proved  1729 Yeoman

Pilgram, Miss Sarah (later Mrs Goss)

Goss, Thomas         

16 - 26/12/1754 - Thomas Goss married Sarah Pilgram.                  

Miss Anne Pilgrim (later Mrs Andis)

16 - 26/05/1757 - George Andis married Anne Pilgrim.           

Pilgrim, Miss Martha (later Mrs Payling)

Payling, George

16 - 09/02/1802 - George Payling   married Martha Pilgrim

Pilgrim, Mr William

3 Mr William - d 4.8.1822 aged 69

Pilgrim, William

Pilgrim, Mrs Eliz (nee Snell)

16 - 30/12/1817- William Pilgrim married Eliz Snell

See Else/Snell - Elizabeth Snell a widow, aljost certainly nee Else and daughter of the miller William Else, who died in 1816.

Pilgrim, Mr J

= Pilgrim, Mr John

Pilgrim, Mrs Ann

6 Mr J - in 1832 blacksmith

24 /25/26 - In 1844, 1848 and 1853 John Pilgrim listed as Blacksmith/farrier and Parish Clerk

7 Mr John - in 1864 cottager

15 Mr John  in 1871 son of above - general helper and assistant at school under the Roberts.

In 1883 he received £4 for fulfilling some unknown function at the school. (John Roberts got £7 4s  just before he was sacked.)

31 in 1892 Mr J listed but not other details.

32/33 - in 1894 and 1897 - John listed as assistant overseer.

29  - in 1879 Mrs Ann Pilgrim listed as a dressmaker.

Pilgrim, John

Pilgrim, Comfort

Pilgrim, Mary

Pilgrim, John

35 1841 Census  -.

John Pilgrim, age 55, b~1786, Y(born in Notts), Blacksmith

Comfort Pilgrim, age 60, b~1781, Y(born in Notts),

Mary Pilgrim, age 30, b~1811, Y(born in Notts)

John Pilgrim, age 20, b~1821, Y(born in Notts)

(Folio 10, Piece 862) 

Pilgrim, Miss Mary (later Mrs Holland)

Holland, Samuel

16 - 04/08/1844 - Samuel Holland   married Mary Pilgrim

Pilgrim, Miss Mary (later Mrs Henton)

Henton, John

16 - 11/12/1845 - John Henton married Mary Pilgrim

Pilgrim, William

Pilgrim, Elizabeth

35 1841 Census  -.

William Pilgrim, age 45, b~1796, Y(born in Notts), Farrier

Elizabeth Pilgrim, age 60, b~1781, Y(born in Notts),

(Folio 10, Piece 862)

Pilgrim, Elizabeth

Young, John et al

35 1841 Census  -.

Elizabeth Pilgrim, age 20, b~1821, Y(born in Notts), female servant

Living in household of John Young, 50 year old, farmer, with 3 children aged up to 10 (Edward, William, John); Robert Goodwin, age 15  Agricultural labourer; Mary Anderson, age 65 Nurse.

(Folio 5, Piece 862)  

Pilgrim, William

Pilgrim, Mrs Ann (nee Cargill)

16 -13/04/1848 ? William Pilgrim married Ann Cargill

3 Mrs Ann - d 1.10.1900 aged 85; b~1815     

- parents of below

Pilgrim, Mr William

Pilgrim, Mrs Sarah Ann (nee Goode)

16 - 28/12/1869 - William Pilgrim married Sarah Ann Goode

- parents of child below

Pilgrim, Mr William

15 Mr William - received 3s fee after passing in 3 subjects in period.

Pilgrim, Mr John

31 in 1892 Mr J listed but not other details.

14 Mr John - in 1901 census enumerator.  John Pilgrim schoolteacher.

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Names

Notes    

Pinnington, Robert

Pinnington, Mrs Elizabeth (nee Hurst)

16 - 14/05/1760 - Robert Pinnington married Elizabeth Hurst

Pinnington, Miss Elizabeth (later Mrs Wait)

Wait, Thomas

16 - 11/06/1771 - Thomas Wait married Elizabeth Pinnington      

Plant, Mrs Jane (nee Ashton)

(See Ashton and Walster)

12 Mrs Jane - Jane Ashton ? married George Plant ? daughter of Frank and Gwen Ashton, granddaughter of Ellenor (b 1886, 12th child) and great- granddaughter of George and Mary Walster of Coddington.

Plumber, William

Plumber, Mrs Harriet (nee Mucklow)

16 - 07/03/1836 - William Plumber married Harriet Mucklow? see below

Plummer, William

Plummer, Mrs Harriet (nee Mucklow)

Plummer, Mary

35 1841 Census  -.

William Plummer, age 25, b~1816, Y(born in Notts), Agricultural labourer

Harriet Plummer, age 25, b~1816, Y(born in Notts), Mary Plummer, age 1, b~1840, Y(born in Notts) - see below,

(Folio 10, Piece 862)

Plummer, Miss Mary (later Mrs Hallam)

Hallam, John

16 - 25/05/1862 - John Hallam married Mary Plummer ? see above

Plummer, Miss Ann (later Mrs Hallam)

Hallam, Henry

16 - 26/12/1864 - Henry Hallam married Ann Plummer           

Plummer, Miss Sarah (later Mrs Hunt)

Hunt, John      

16 - 29/06/1868 - John Hunt married Sarah Plummer      

Pocklington

36 ?will proved (?) 1644

Pocklington

Pocklington who was a banker in Newark. He owned land in several villages. (Glyn Jones ? get details)

Pocklington

36 ?will proved (?) 1666 Widow

Pocklington, William

Pocklington, Mrs Mary (nee Bell)

16 - 01/10/1685 - William Pocklington married Mary Bell

Popple

36 ?will proved (?) 1677

Portass, John

Portass, Mary

35 1841 Census  -.

John Portass, age 55, b~1786, N(not born in Notts), Publican

Mary Portass, age 55, b~1786, N(not born in Notts),

(Folio 9, Piece 862) 

Porter, Miss Margaret Annie (later Mrs Hughes)

Hughes, George Edward

16 - 17/08/1896 ? Hughes George Edward married Margaret Annie Porter        

Porritt, K C

18 ? 1961 at Irongates

Pratt, Mr William

Prat, Mrs Elizabeth (nee Tailiour)

16 ?27/05/1633 - William Pratt married Elizabeth Tailiour                  

Prat, Mr William

Prat, Mrs Isbell (nee Handlay)

16 ? 16/05/1666 ? William Prat married Isbell Handlay         

Pratt, William

Jalland, Thomas

Sudbury, Joseph

Pilgrim, Elizabeth

Smith, John

Birketts / Bell / Charity

Bell, William

Taylor, Mrs Mary (nee Bell)

Thomas, Taylor

Taylor, Elizabeth (later Mrs Birkitts)

Birkitts, Richard

Birkitts, William

Birkitts, Elizabeth (nee Langley)

Birkitts, William jnr

Birkitts, Samuel

Birkitts, Samuel

Birkitts, Elizabeth (nee Pratt)

4 sons

From Margaret Ilott ? In William Bell?s 1698 will, he names William Pratt as a tenant of a newly-erected cottage,  property  left to his widowed daughter Mary Taylor and therafter his granddaughter Elizabeth Birkitts:

?I do hereby devise all wherever I live and close and croft adjacent thereunto and 13 oxgangs of land, meadow and appurtenances, and three ancient cottages in occupation of Joseph Sudbury, Elizabeth Pilgrim and John Smith and two newly erected cottages in occupation of William Pratt and Thomas Jalland with their appurtenances and 21acres of meadow in Holme meadows unto Mary, my daughter during her natural life. After her decease to Elizabeth Birkitts, my grandchild and her heirs?

?2 left annually to the poor of Coddington out of land on Beacon Field.

Property passed into Birkett family and sold on death of Mrs Birketts at auction at the Plough in 1820.

Prat, Mr Mordecai

Prat, Mrs Anne (nee Bell)

17 Mr Mordecai ? labourer of Coddington, married Anne Bell 18.4.1699 at Elston chapel.

Prat, Mr Thomas

Prat, Mrs ?

16 - 19/01/1724 - Thomas Prat married ? ?

Pratt, Miss Sarah (later Mrs Mottram)

Mottram, George

16 - 13/12/1750 - George Mottram married Sarah           Pratt   

Pratt, Miss Elizabeth (later Mrs Birkett)

Birkett, Mr Samuel

16 - 24/01/1765 - Samuel Birkett married Elizabeth Pratt.  

Mrs Ilott ? 1806 Samuel Birkett left farm to his wife, who died in 1819. See auction sale at Plough 1820, to allow 4 sons to inherit, which raised ?582 15s. See Bell/Birkett Charity farm.

Pratt, Thomas

Pratt, Mrs Elizabeth (nee Slack)

16 - 16/05/1769 - Thomas Pratt married Elizabeth Slack         

Pratt,

36 ?will proved (?) 1778 Yeoman

Pratt, Miss Ann (later Mrs Hardesty)

Hardesty, George

16 - 26/03/1798 - George Hardesty married Ann Pratt

Pratt, Miss Sarah (later Mrs Asling)

Asling, Mr David

16 - 14/05/1812 ? David Asling married Sarah      Pratt, in Coddington Church.

=?6 Mr David ? in 1832 tailor          

Pratt, Miss Ann (later Mrs Green)

Green, Thomas

16 ? 26/11/1812 - Thomas Green married Ann Pratt.         

Pratt, Mary

Hage, Hannah

35 1841 Census

Mary Pratt, age 55 b~1786, Y(in Notts), Independent

Hannah Hage, age 55 b~1786, Y(in Notts), schoolmistress

Folio 10; 862

Priestley, Mr Robert

Priestley, Mr John Robert

2 In 1920

9/22 Mr Robert ? in 1928, 1932 farmer

3 Mr John Robert ? d 28.8.1960 aged 43 ? accidentally killed -?? Son to Mr Robert??

Priestley, Ivor (Ivo?)

10/20 ? 1950 at Greenfield, p.res

Preston, Robert

36B ? Robert Preston, Coddington - will dated 1.14.1597; proved 9.1.1598; York ref  Vol27 Fol478

Preston, William Harrison

Preston, Isabel Macrae (nee Macdougal)

16 - 07/02/1878 ? Preston William Harrison married Isabel Macrae Macdougal. Sister of Mrs Thorpe.   

Preston, Arthur E

18 ? 1961 at Moor Cottage

Priestley, Kate

18/19 ? 1957-1961 at Chapel Lane

Priestley, John R

18/19 ? 1957-1961 at Drove Cottage

Proctor, Miss Ann (later Mrs Coulby)

Coulby, Robert

16 - 23/07/1807 - Robert Coulby married Ann Proctor.           

Proude, Mr Leslie

3 Mr Leslie ? d 7.1.1976

Pykett, Miss Charlotte (later Mrs Peet)

Peet, William

See also Pikitt,

16 - 24/12/1867 - William Peet married Charlotte Pykett           

Pynige, Miss Mary (later Mrs Parkin)

Parkin, George

16 - 21/04/1788 - George Parkin married Mary Pynige