Names

Notes    

Superintendant of Police - see also Police

1 Superintendant of Police - cottage in lot 59 (plot next to Brownlow House).

9 in 1928 - County Police Station

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

Sander, Miss Diana (later Mrs Hanks)

Hanks, Thomas

16- 16/08/1634 - Thomas Hanks   married Diana          Sander

Sanders, Miss Jessie

= Mrs Jessie Simpson

12 Miss Jessie = Mrs Jessie Simpson, wife to Reg Simpson (=grandson of George Snr/Mary Walster).

Saunders, Miss Ann (later Mrs Parkes)

Parkes, John

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

Sausam

36 - will proved  1591

same as below (Ref is also identical to Clarke will  typo?)

Sausam, Richard or

Sansam, Richard

36B - Richard Sansam or Sausam, husbandman Coddinngton - will dated 28.12.1588; proved 6.12.1591; York ref Vol24 Fol750

(Ref is also identical to Clarke will  typo?)

Saxby, Ann

Cargill, Hannah

Cargill, William

Cottam, Mary

35 1841 Census

Ann Saxby, age 15 b~1826, N(not in Notts), Female servant.

Living in household of Hannah Cargill, age 73 farmer; William Cargill, age 40 farmer. Also present: Mary Cottam, age 70 Independent.

Folio 5; 862

Scaife, Mr Joseph Dyson

9 Mr Joseph Dyson - in 1928 No2 Coddington Hall

Scantham, John

Scantham, Mrs Marie (nee Walker)

16 - 10.8.1627 - John Scantham married Marie Walker

Scantham, Miss Marie (later Mrs Dann)

Dann, John

16 - 27/04/1673 - John Dann married Marie Scantham. 

Scant(h)am

36 ?will proved (?) 1729 Labourer

Scarborough, Ernest

10/18/19/20/21 - 1938 - 1942 - 1950 - at The Hawthorn's, Newark Rd, p.res

Scargill, Mr William

25 - in 1844 William Scargill listed as farmer.      

Scott, John

Scott, Mrs Jane (nee Henton)

16 - 25/05/1880 - John Scott married Jane Henton

Scott, Florence

19 - 1957 at The Old Vicarage

Scott, John

Scott, Mrs  (nee Southern)

16 - 08/08/ 1887-John Scott married -Miss Southern           

Scottingham, Mr Roland

3 Mr Roland - d 9.9.1912 aged 40

Seagrave, Mr John

6 Mr John - in 1832 farmer

Seagrave, Mr John

Seagrave, Mary

Seagrave, John jnr

Seagrave, Mary jnr

Dunn, William

Waster, Thomas

Vessey, James

Shipman, Ann

35 1841 Census  -

John Seagrave, age 55, b~1786, N(not in Notts.), farmer

Mary Seagrave, age 50, b~17916, N(not in Notts.),

John Seagrave jnr, age 20, b~1821, N(not in Notts.)

Mary Seagrave, age 20, b~1821, N(not in Notts.)

William Dunn, age 20, b~1821, Y( in Notts.), male servant

Thomas Waster, age 20, b~1821, Y( in Notts.), male servant

James Vessey, age 15, b~1826, Y( in Notts.), male servant

Ann Shipman, age 20, b~1821, Y( in Notts.), female servant

Folio 13;862

Sedens, Miss Mary (later Mrs Carby)

Carby, John  

16 - 21/09/1767 - John Carby married Mary Sedens.                       

Selby, Frank W

18/19 - 1957-1961 at Balderton Lane

Sellars, Ms Vera

Sellars, Mr Charles F

3 Ms Vera - d 25.1.1979 aged 59

3 Mr Charles F  - in 1928  Plough PH

Sesson, John

Sesson, Mrs Mary (nee Smith)

16 -05/10/1779 ? John Sesson married Mary  Smith         

Sewell, Rev C

15 Rev C - In Jan 1873, made first inspection of National School recorded in Vernon's book. Report of Feb claimed the younger classes do good work but the rest are inferior. That year £23-0s-0d was awarded to the managers, who gave the John and Sarah Roberts a total of £11 10s. Also examined the school in 1874 and 1875,   and 1885-6

Sharp, Emma

Blackburn, Mr William  et al

Blackburn, Ann

Blackburn, Ann

Blackburn, George

Blackburn, Edward

Blackburn, Samuel

35 1841 Census

Emma Sharp, age 11, b~1830, Y(in Notts), Female servant.

Living in the household of William Blackburn, age 30, publican.

His wife Ann Blackburn,age 30 and their young family: Ann Blackburnage 7, George Blackburnage 3, Edward Blackburnage 2, Samuel Blackburnage 3m.

Folio 8, 862

Sharpe, Mr William

Sharpe, Mrs Helen

34/13 Mr William - in 1912, 1916 sub-postmaster

1 Mr William - cottage in Lot 35

3 Mr William - d 27.7.1937 aged 76; b~1861

3 Mrs Helen - d 3.3.1946 aged 80 - wife to Mr William; b~1864

10/21 - 1938 (Tel Nwk 642) - 1942 Mrs Helen Sharp - shopkeeper & PO

Sharp, Miss Frances A

18/19/20 - 1950 (shopkeeper & PO)- Post Office. Daughter of William and Helen.

Shaw, Miss Lucy (later Mrs  Hoyes)

Hoyes, George

16 - 04/02/1799 - George Hoyes married Lucy Shaw

Shaw, Ajos

Shaw, Mrs Elizabeth (nee Leek)

16 - 23/06/1748 - Ajos Shaw married Elizabeth Leek         

Shaw, Frederick

Shaw, Mrs Martha (nee Johnson)      

16 - 29/05/1880 - Frederick Shaw married Martha Johnson          

Shelborne, Leeson

Shelborne, Mrs Mary Ann (nee Mayfield)

16 - 24/11/1894 - Leeson Shelborne married Mary Ann Mayfield

Shelbourne, Walter

18/19 - 1957-1961 at Beaconfield Farm

Shemilt, Jesse

18/19 - 1957-1961 at Lindale Cottage, Church Lane

Shepherd, James

Fryer, Francis et al

Fryer, Millicent

Hadkinson, William

Linn, William

Smith, John

Becket, Sarah

35 1841 Census  -

James Shepherd, age 15, b~1826, N(not  in Notts.)

In household of Francis Fryer, age 50, farmer

Millicent Fryer, age 40, (2nd wife) and the children John Fryer, age 15, Ann Fryer, age 3, (dau of 2nd wife?). Also 3 young male servants and 1 female servant.

(Folio 12, Piece 862)

Shephard, Reginald

18/19 - 1957-1961 at 6 Main St

Shewell, Walter P

18/19 - 1957-1961 at Wellfield Balderton Lane

Shillock, Miss Catherine (later Mrs Small)

Small, John

16 - 23/09/1817 - John Small married Catherine Shillock         

Shipman, Ann

Seagrave, Mr John et al

Seagrave, Mary

Seagrave, John jnr

Seagrave, Mary jnr

Waster, Thomas

Vessey, James

Dunn, William

35 1841 Census  -

Ann Shipman, age 20 b~1821, Y( in Notts.), female servant

In household of

John Seagrave, age 55 farmer, Mary Seagrave, age 50, John Seagrave jnr, age 20, Mary Seagrave, age 20.

Also Thomas Waster, age 20 male servant

William Dunn, age 20, male servant

James Vessey, age 15, male servant

Folio 13;862

Shiriffe, Thomas

36B - Thomas Shiriffe, Codington - will dated 26.5.1557; proved 1.10.1557; York ref Vol15 147(2?) Fol361

Shough, Arthur W(illiam)

10/18/19/20/21 - 1938 - 1942 - 1950  at Oakleigh Beckingham Rd, p.res

{jospagebreak}

Names

Notes    

Sibsey, John

Beedham, Ann

Carr, Charles

35 1841 Census

John Sibsey, age 20, b~1831, N(not in Notts), Male servant.

In household headed by

Ann Beedham, age 25, Female servant

Charles Carr, age 15,, Male servant.

 live near the Youngs - servants of theirs?

(Folio 5, Piece 862

Siddall, Robert

Siddall, Mrs Katherine (nee Handley)

16 - 21/01/1669 - Robert Siddall married Katherine Handley        

Sidde, Robert

Sidde, Mrs Mary (nee Stertevant)

16 - 08/12/1670 - Robert Sidde married Mary Stertevant           

Siddons, John

Siddons, Mrs Eliz (nee Atherton)

16 - 05/10/1835 - John Siddons married    Eliz Atherton

Sills, William

Ordoyne, Mr Garret (Snr2) et al

Ordoyne, Margaret

Ordoyne, Caroline

Ordoyne, Garret jnr2

Ordoyne, Anne

Ordoyne, Jane

Ordoyne, Henrietta

Simpson, George

Stanley, Charlotte

Hage, Elizabeth

35 1841 Census

William Sills, age 15 b~1826, Y(in Notts)

Agricultural labourer

In household of Garret Ordoyne, age 70 b~1771, N(not in Notts), farmer.

Margaret Ordoyne, age 61and their family remaining at home Caroline Ordoyne age 30,

Garret Ordoyne jnr age 30, Anne Ordoyne age 25,Jane Ordoyne, age 20, Henrietta Ordoyne age 15.

Fellow servants also in Household

George Simpson, age 15 b~1826, Y(in Notts)

Agricultural labourer

Charlotte Stanley, age 15 b~1826, Y(in Notts) female servant

Elizabeth Hage, age 15 b~1826, Y(in Notts) female servant

Folio 5; 862

Simms, Joseph

Simms, Mrs Mary Elizabeth (nee Hallam)

See also Sims

16 - 21/10/1889 - Joseph Simms married Mary Elizabeth Hallam

Simons, Thomas Peregrine H

Simons, Mrs Mary (nee Miller)

16 - 22/09/1874 -     Thomas Peregrine H Simons married Mary Miller   

Simpson, George

Ordoyne, Mr Garret (Snr2) et al

Ordoyne, Margaret

Ordoyne, Caroline

Ordoyne, Garret jnr2

Ordoyne, Anne

Ordoyne, Jane

Ordoyne, Henrietta

Sills, William

Stanley, Charlotte

Hage, Elizabeth

35 1841 Census

George Simpson, age 15 b~1826, Y(in Notts)

Agricultural labourer

In household of Garret Ordoyne, age 70 b~1771, N(not in Notts), farmer.

Margaret Ordoyne, age 61and their family remaining at home Caroline Ordoyne age 30,

Garret Ordoyne jnr age 30, Anne Ordoyne age 25,Jane Ordoyne, age 20, Henrietta Ordoyne age 15.

Fellow servants also in Household

William Sills, age 15 b~1826, Y(in Notts)

Agricultural labourer

Charlotte Stanley, age 15 b~1826, Y(in Notts) female servant

Elizabeth Hage, age 15 b~1826, Y(in Notts) female servant

Folio 5; 862

Simpson, Mr Samuel

Simpson, Mrs Edith nee Walster

Simpson, Mr Fred

Simpson, Mrs Ivy (nee Henton)

Simpson, Mrs Mac

Simpson, Mr Norman

Simpson, Mr James

Simpson, Mr Reg

Simpson, Mrs Jessie (nee Sanders)

Simpson, Mr Malcolm

Simpson, Mr Graham Simpson, Mr Daniel

Simpson, Reginald A

3 Mr Samuel 

12 Mr Samuel Simpson married Edith Walster ? NO RELATION to Nellie or Margaret Simpson who also married into the Walster family.

3 Ms Edith

12 Mrs Edith (nee Walster) -  b1884 - 5th child and eldest daughter of George Walster Snr 1858 - 1934 and Mrs Mary Walster (nee Roberts) - mother of Fred and Reg and their descendents.

12 Mr Fred - son of Sam and Edith - married twice ? first wife Ivy Henton  2nd wife -Mac? (mother of Norman and James Simpson)

12 Mr Reg - son of Sam and Edith - married Jessie Sanders and father of Malcolm Simpson and Graham Simpson (and his son Daniel Simpson)

18/19 ? 1957 - 1961 at The Laurels

Simpson, Reginald A

18/19 ? 1957-1961 at The Laurels

Simpson, Miss Nellie = Mrs Nellie Walster

Simpson, Miss Margaret= Mrs Margaret Walster

12 Miss Nellie = Mrs Nellie Walster - m Reg Walster (=grandson of George and Mary Walster, son of Thomas and Emily Walster).

Sister of Margaret Simpson who married Reg's  uncle Harry Walster (13th son of George and Mary Walster).

12 Miss Margaret = Mrs Margaret Walster - wife to Harry Walster (=13th son of George and Mary Walster) - sister of Miss Nellie.

Nellie and Margaret are not related to Edith's (nee Walster, Harry's older sister) husband, Samuel Simpson.

Simpson (George?)-

1 in 1918 cottage No60 in Lot 40 (N-range of Well Green 2-up/2-down cottages)

Simpson, Mr John Henry

10/21/22 Mr John Henry - in 1932, 1936-8, 1941 -2 farmer 150a Manor Farm

Simpson, Samuel

20 - 1950 at Red Lion Public House

Simpson, Harold

18/19/20 - 1950 - at The Manor (Farm)

Simpson, Newcombe

10/20/21 - 1938 - at The Laurels, p.res

Simpson, J

18/19 - 1957-1961 at Folly House Farm

Sims, B

Sims, M A

See also Simms

15  - B and M A - Between 1886 and 1892 each received a school good attendance award.

Sims, Robert Bates

Sims, Mrs Alice (nee Minkley)

16 - 07/02/1900 - Robert Bates Sims married Alice Minkley                    

Sims, Miss Lizzie (later Mrs Earl)

Earl, George Edwards

16 - 15/05/1900 - George Edwards Earl married Lizzie Sims. 

Singleton, Miss Elizabeth (later Mrs Ward)

Ward, John

16 - 20/05/1756 - John Ward married Elizabeth Singleton

Singleton, George

Singleton, Mrs Eliza Ann (nee Smith)

16 - 04/12/1877 - George Singleton married Eliza Ann Smith 

Skelton, Thomas

Skelton, Mrs Mary (nee Harod)

16 - 24/05/1790 - Thomas Skelton married Mary Harod         

Slack, Miss Elizabeth (later Mrs Pratt)

Pratt, Thomas

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

Slack, Miss Judith (later Mrs Bottom)

Bottom, William

16  - 27/01/1774 - William Bottom married Judith Slack.           

Slack, Mr Richard

Slack, Mrs Elizabeth Children:-

James (Jim) b.1916 - d. 1960

Kath - b.1920

 Slack, Annie Elizabeth (Nancy) b. 3/11/1930 - d.25/11/2015

3 Mr Richard - d 3.3.1957 aged 66

10 Mr Richard - in 1941-2 farmer Drove La

20/21- Richard 1936-8, 1950 farmer, no address

3 Mrs Elizabeth - d 17.6.1973 aged 82  wife to Mr Richard

18/19 - at Drove Cottage

Nancy married Ralph Sleight 30/12/1950 - 3 children - John, Ann, Peter

Sleight, R J - A E

18 - 1961 at 10 Valley View

Small, John

Small, Mrs Catherine (nee Shillock)

16 - 23/09/1817 - John Small married Catherine Shillock         

{jospagebreak}

Names

Notes    

Smalley, Miss Sarah (later Mrs Holmes)

Holmes, John

16 - 23/11/1804 - John Holmes married Sarah Smalley         

Smalley, Ann (later Mrs Lee), Lee, William

16 - 14/05/1835 - William Lee married Ann Smalley         

Smalley, Thomas

Smalley, Mary

35 1841 Census  -

Thomas Smalley, age 75, b~1766, Y( in Notts.), Agricultural labourer

Mary Smalley, age 75, b~1766, Y( in Notts.)

Folio 10/11;862

Smalley, Peter

25 - In 1844 Peter Smalley listed as at the Plough.         

Smalley, William

Smalley, Sarah

Smalley, Mary

Smalley, Thomas

Smalley,Jane

Graves, William

Graves, Lydia

35 1841 Census  -

William Smalley, age 25, b~1816, Y( in Notts.), Agricultural labourer

Sarah Smalley, age 25, b~1816, N(not in Notts.)

Mary Smalley, age 5, b~1836, Y( in Notts.)

Thomas Smalley age 3, b~1838, Y( in Notts.)

Jane Smalley, age 1, b~1840, Y( in Notts.)

Also living in household

William Graves, age 25, b~1815, Y( in Notts.), sawyer

Lydia Graves, age 25, b~1815, Y( in Notts.)

Folio 10;862

Smalley, Miss Mary (later Mrs Rick)

Rick, John     

16 - 20/05/1856 ? John Rick married Mary Smalley         

Smalley, Miss Jane (later Mrs Elvidge)

Elvidge, John 

16 - 01/12/1863 - John Elvidge married Jane Smalley.         

Smalley, Fletcher

Smalley, Mrs Mary (nee Crampton)

16 - 24/10/1871 - Fletcher Smalley married Mary Crampton     

Smalley, William

Smalley, Mrs Eliza (nee Johnson)

16 - 22/10/1874 - William Smalley  married Eliza Johnson          

Smalley, Ada

Smalley, Allen

Smalley, Laura

Smalley, Kate

Smalley, Harry

15 Ada - In 1875 received a good attendance award. In period 1878 - 1882 received 3s rebate for passing in 3 subjects.

15 Laura and Kate - in period 1886 - 1892 received a good attendance award.

15 Allen - In 1893 received a good attendance award.

Smalley, Miss Ann (later Mrs Worthington)

Worthington, Richard

16 - 06/04/1885 - Richard Worthington married Ann Smalley        

Smalley, Mr William

2 Mr William - in 1863 occupied cottage 3d No 58 (N-range of Well Green 2-up/2-down cottages that in 1918 was occupied by Charles Richards) =? Same William below?

33/8 Mr William - in 1897, 1900 carpenter

1 Mr William - in 1918 house occupied Lot 45 (The Gables) on corner next to church

Smith, John

Sudbury, Joseph

Pilgrim, Elizabeth

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 John Smith 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 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.

Smart, Ms Ada Carrie

3 Ms Ada Carrie - d 21.1,1942 aged 61; b~1881

Smith, Thomas

Smith, Mrs Dorothy (nee Cartar)

16 -10/12/1723 - Thomas Smith married Dorothy Cartar

Smith, Miss Mary (later Mrs Sesson)

Sesson, John

16 - 05/10/1779 - John Sesson married Mary Smith         

Smith, Francis

Smith, Mrs Ann (nee Spray)

16 - 24/12/1785 - Francis Smith married Ann Spray           

Smith, George

Smith, Mrs Ann (nee Oats)         

16 - 22/10/1787 - George Smith married Ann Oats         

Smith, John

35 1841 Census  -

John Smith, age 75, b~1766, N(not in Notts.), Butcher

(Folio 10, Piece 862)

Smith, John

Fryer, Francis et al

Fryer, Millicent

Shepherd, James

Hadkinson, William

Linn, William

Becket, Sarah

35 1841 Census  -

- John Smith, age 14, b~1827, Y( in Notts.), Male servant

In household of Francis Fryer, age 50, farmer

Millicent Fryer, age 40, (2nd wife?)

John Fryer, age 15, Ann Fryer, age 3 (dau of 2nd wife?). Also 2 or 3 other young male servants and 1 female servant.

- James Shepherd, age 15,

- William Hadkinson, age 15, Male servant

- William Linn, age 15, Male servant

- Sarah Becket, age 14, Female Servant.

(Folio 12, Piece 862)

Smith, Robert

Smith, Harriet

Bryan, Mr William

Bryan, Sarah

Bryan, Charles

Bryan, Sarah

Bryan, Frances

Harmston, William

Harmston, Elizabeth (nee Bryan)

Harmston, Sarah Ann

35 1841 Census

Robert Smith, age 20 Agricultural labourer

Harriet Smith, age 15

In household of

William Bryan, age 50 Agricultural labourer,

Sarah Bryan age 40, and family Charles Bryan age 13, Sarah Bryan, age 9, Frances Bryan, age 6.

Also William's son in law William Harmston, age 20 b~1821, N(not in Notts), Agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Harmston, age 20 b~1821, N(not in Notts), his daughter

Sarah Ann Harmston, age 1 b~1840, Y(in Notts) grandchild

Folio 11, 862

Smith, Mr Joseph

24 - In 1853 listed as machine owner

2 Mr Joseph - pre 1863 had farm of 220 acres in Coddington.

27/28 - in 1869 and 1872 farmer at Beaconfield farm.

15 - In 1872, when the Church school was nationalised Joseph Smith was one of the managers and a Church Warden. He was also a manager of the Wesleyan Chapel School during its final years.

Smith, Miss Frances (later Mrs  Young)

Young, George

16 - 31/05/1864 - George Young    married Frances Smith 

{jospagebreak}

Names

Notes    

Smith, Miss Eliza Ann (later Mrs Singleton)

Singleton, George

16 - 04/12/1877 - George Singleton married Eliza Ann Smith 

Smith, Miss Susan (later Mrs Lee)

Lee, John

16 - 21/05/1889 - John Lee married Susan Smith

Smith, Thomas Lees

Smith, Mrs Sarah Ann (nee Clipstone)

16 - 24/10/1889 - Thomas Lees Smith married Sarah Ann Clipstone

Smith, Mr W

31/33 - in 1892 and 1897 farmer, -Coddington .         

32 - in 1894 William listed as farmer at Moor Farm.

Smith, Mr Francis Herbert M.A Cantab

Smith, Mrs Mary Gertrude

Smith, Ms Kathleen Isabella

3 Mr Francis Herbert - d 10.10.1940  b 21.7.1876 - clerk in holy orders

3 Mrs Mary Gertrude - d 26.4.1949 b 17.3.1876 - wife to Mr Francis Herbert, mother of Kathleen Isabella

3 - Ms Kathleen Isabella - d 17.10.1922 b 16.8.1910 - daughter of Mr F H and Mrs M G ? born at Hussoorie, India.

Smith, Revd Charles Penstock

Really =

Smith, Revd Charles Penswick Smith, Mrs M C Penswick

3 Revd Charles P - d 28.12.1922 b 13.12.1844 - vicar for 32 years 1890 - 1922.

31/32/33/34 - in 1892, 1897, 1912 listed as Vicar, living at Old Vicarage. In 1894 the old vicarage was described as having been built in in 1874 at the cost of £1600, £1000 benefaction/subscription and a grant from Queen Anne's Benefice.

3 Mrs M C - wife to Charles P

15 - He made his first visit to the National School on 10th October 1890.

23 - 1923 vicar (Th.A.K.C)


Smith, Constance Penswick

3 Ms Constance P - d 10.6.1938 b 28.4.1878Constance, a friend of Ellen Porter inspired/founder of movement for the revival of the observance of Mothering Sunday throughout the English-speaking world - daughter of C P and M C - stained glass window

Smith, Ms Margaret Hilda Penswick

3 Ms Margaret Hilda - d 14.1.1956 younger sister of Miss CP-Smith

Smith, Mr John Colling

= Smith, Mr John Cooling ?

9/21/23 Mr John Colling - in 1923,1928,1938 farmer

10 Mr John Cooling - in 1941 farmer

D Newarks papers: former copyhold property owned by J.Cooling Smith in Coddington, Notts [ relates to a house with outbuildings and orchards, three cottages and premises, a kitchen garden and orchard, and parcels of land in Third Key Acres, Second Key Acres, First Key Acres, Rush Close and Home Closes, all in Coddington.]

Smith, John C

10/21/22 - 1932, 1936 - 1942 farmer

(oral: Sunningdale Farm - Derek Kirton)

20 - 1950 at The Bungalow, p.res

18/19 - at Beckingham Rd

Smith, Colin L

Smith, Janet

18/19 - 1957-1961 at Almond Cottage, Newark Rd- 2016 at "Black's" Farm, Newark Road

Smith, Mr Percy

Smith, Mrs Madge

3 Mr Percy - d 8.12.1974 aged 82

3 Mrs Madge - d 29.5.1973 aged 79 - wife to Mr Percy, and mother

Smithson, Ms Emma

Smithson, Mr William

Smithson, Ms Emma Louise(=Louise??)

Smithson, Ms Margaret

Smithson, M

Smithson, Ms Ella

3 Ms Emma - d 3.5.1904 aged 68

3 Mr William - d 11.5.1896 aged 64

3 Ms Emma Louise - d 22.5.1896 aged 28 -  daughter

15 Ms Emma Louise - aged 21 in July 1888, she became sewing mistress at the school. She had been a pupil-teacher at Christ Church School, Newark. In April 1890 Louise's salary was raised to  £30 year. In she was listed as assistant mistress, but was ill and had to resign through delicate health on 24th Oct 1892.

15 Ms Margaret - in 1889, she joined her sister on the school staff as a monitor. In March 1890 she was taken ill - in April 1890 her part of the £62 6s grant was £5 5s.

15 M and Ella - between 1886 and 1892 both received school good attendance award.

Snell, John

Snell, Mrs Phebe (nee Mottram)

16 - 23/12/1794 - John Snell married Phebe Mottram

         

Snell, John

Snell, Mrs Hannah (nee Barlow)        

16 - 06/06/1797 - John Snell married Hannah Barlow         

Snell, Mrs Phebe (later Mrs Fletcher)

Fletcher, Charles     

16 - 22/12/1806 - Charles Fletcher married Phebe Snell.         

Snell, Miss Eliz (later Mrs Pilgrim)

Pilgrim, William

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

See below - Elizabeth Snell a widow, aljost certainly nee Else and daughter of the miller.

Snell, Mrs Elizabeth

Else, William (snr)

Else, William (jnr.)

Else, Mr John (Millwright of Fulbeck)

Else, Mary (of Norton Disney)

Pidd, Mrs Phillis nee Else

Pidd, Mr Joseph

Grocock, Mr William

Grocock, Mrs Frances

Pigrim, John (of Shelford)

Midbone, John ?

Staunton, J ?

36 - William Else will proved 1816 Miller

Elizabeth Snell, widow

witness /administrator (so probably daughter or relative) in legal papers resulting from William Else (miller) not having a will.

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

Witnesses/administrators:

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

Frances Grocock wife of William

Phillis Pidd nee Else, wife of Joseph

John Else of Fulbeck, Millwright

Mary Else of Norton Disney

William Else

John Midbone ( hard to read) Yeoman

John Pigrim of Shelford

Snow, Mr James (decd)

2 trustees of Mr James Snow  in 1863 owned land in Coddington

Snowden, Raymond F

19 in 1957 at Elmswood Newark Rd

Southerington? /

Sutherington, Miss Sarah (later Mrs Cray)

Cray, John

16 - 03/08/1851 - John Cray married Sarah Sutherington.

Southerington, Thomas

Southerington, Mrs Eliz (nee Harrinson)

16 - 27/11/1826 - Thomas Southerington married Eliz Harrinson      

Southerington, Mr Gibbons

Southerington, Mrs Hannah (nee Worthington)

Southerington, Mr Thomas

16 - 15/05/1858 - Gibbins Southerington married Hannah Worthington

2 Mr Gibbons - in 1863 occupied cottage 3b No56 (N-range of Well Green 2-up/2-down cottages in 1918 occupied by Robert Bryan)

2 Mr Thomas - in 1863 occupied cottage 3c No57 (N-range of Well Green 2-up/2-down cottages in 1918 occupied by William Checkley)

(Sutherington), Mrs Hannah Southerington ?

29 - in 1879 Hannah Sutherington listed as dressmaker (see above).  

Southerington, Mrss Mary Ann (later Mrs Thompson)

Thompson, Henry

16 - 15/07/1886   - Henry Thompson married Mary Ann Southerington

Southerington, Miss Sarah Elizabeth (later Mrs Bryan)

Bryan,  Mr Arthur

16 - 14/04/1890 - Arthur Bryan married Sarah Elizabeth Southerington.           

Southern, Thomas

Southern, Mrs Ann (nee Beck)

16 - 07/05/1838 - Thomas Southern married Ann Beck         

Southern, Ann

Southern Ann, jnr

Beck, Charlotte

35 1841 Census  -

Ann Southern, age 25, b~ 1816, Y( in Notts.),

Ann Southern, jnr age 1, b~1840, Y( in Notts.)

In household of Ann's mother

Charlotte Beck, age 65, b~1776, Y( in Notts.), widow

(Folio 12, Piece 862)

Southern, John

Southern, Richard

Langton, Mr William Langton, Jane

35 1841 Census

John Southern, age 25 b~1816, N(not in Notts), Lime burner

Richard Southern, age 20 b~1821, N(not in Notts), Lime burner

Living in household of

William Langton, age 30 b~1811, N(not in Notts), Cordwainer

Jane Langton, age 30 b~1811, N(not in Notts),

Folio 8, 862

Southern, John

Southern, Mrs Jane Eliza (nee Langton)

16 - 05/10/1841 - John Southern married Jane Eliza Langton

Is this his landlady or a relative of hers? Did William Langton die?

Southern, Richard

Southern, Mrs Elizabeth (nee Beck)

16 - 21/11/1844Richard Southern married Elizabeth Beck

Southern, George

Southern, Mrs Lucy (nee Crosby)

16 - 16/06/1857 - George Southern married Lucy Crosby           

Southern, George

Southern, Mrs Emma (nee Rollings)

16 - 26/03/1884 -George Southern married Emma Rollings