• The Inn on the Green

    was once part of a farm and malting complex - later to become Manor Dairy Farm.  It later featured as a private house - the Dice House, until the end of the 1950s when it became the Dice House Country Club.  By the 1990s it was established as the Inn on...
  • Pubs, Inns and Alehouses

    Pubs, Inns and Alehouses
  • Manor Dairy Farm

    Manor Dairy Farm Originally part of a farm and maltings complex that fronted the Green, Manor Dairy Farm emerged from the THORPE 1918 Estate Sale.   The farmhouse was eventually to become the pub, the Inn on the Green and details of the pub...
  • The Plough

    The Plough Inn   The Plough Inn is the longest established pub in the village.  Although it is not known when it was built or who its first publican was records show that the inn has been serving pints to villagers for well over 200 years. The...
  • Cargills family

      The Cargills were the first known inhabitants of "The Gables", the House on the corner of Main Street and Chapel Lane.  It was owned by that family between 1797 and 1884, when it was sold to James Thorpe .  A date stone records alterations in 1816...
  • BIRKETT Family

    The journey of the BIRKETT Family from Balderton to Coddington, then to Norwell and on to Nottingham Samuel BIRKETT married Elizabeth DOUBLEDAY at Balderton on 1st May 1671.  His probable parents were Richard BIRKET, of Newark-on-Trent, yeoman, &...
  • Brownlows House

    Brownlows House  The house was built prior to the 1888 OS map although it does not appear to be on the Rev Frederick Taverner's village sketchmap of about 1857. It is likely that the THORPEs built the house since it was they who sold it in 1918 and...
  • Post Office Row

    Post Office Row   
  • TALLENTS, Godfrey - Handwritten notes about Coddington (c1900)

    These notes were written by Major Godfrey TALLENTS (senior partner in Tallents solicitors) jotted on the back of various letters from: - Coddington Horticultural Show dated 23rd July 1900 and Ryders P.P. Seeds acknowledgement dated Season 1902 – transcribed...
  • HOLLINGWORTH, James & Florence

    Transcribed from the Newark Advertiser - 6 Mar 1946 CODDINGTON DIAMOND WEDDING MR. & MRS. JAMES HOLLINGWORTH Many friends in the Newark district will extend their congratulations to Mr and Mrs James HOLLINGWORTH, of The Manor Dairy Farm,...
  • Healey, Mrs Joyce

    collected by Jane Hedge The Bryan family
  • Hackett, Charlotte (née Hall)

    Charlotte Hall - collected by Irene Bell
  • Mastin, Bernard

    Bernard Mastin
  • Graveyard Survey 2006

      Graveyard Survey of All Saints Church, 2006   A survey of the gravestones in Coddington All Saints Parish Churchyard, by members of Coddington History Group, completed 2003 and updated 2006.  
  • Graveyard Survey 2006

      Graveyard Survey of All Saints Church, 2006   A survey of the gravestones in Coddington All Saints Parish Churchyard, by members of Coddington History Group, completed 2003 and updated 2006.
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  • About Coddington History Group

    Coddington History Group - CHG is a membership group formed in 2003 by residents of Coddington Village near Newark in Nottinghamshire. It is not exclusive to residents though and the idea behind the Group is to: bring together those interested in...
  • HENTON Family

    In the 1930s and 1940s Arthur HENTON and his wife Clara kept The Plough.  Arthur died in 1945 aged 54, and his wife Clara in 1962.   In 1957 there were two HENTONs: Charles HENTON on Balderton Lane and Montague HENTON at 22 Main St. There are records of...
  • INGRAM Family

    The INGRAM family; first Thomas and then his widow, Mary, kept the Pough Inn throughout the period between 1869 and 1912.  They had come from Caunton and baptised their sons; Fred in 1868, Roland Scott in 1872 and John Thomas in 1873 in Coddington...
  • Roll of Honour WWI & WWII

            Coddington Men who served in the   Armed Forces   in   World War I 1914-18   Samuel Alvey - Yorkshire Light Infantry On the 1901 census he was 8 living in Queen Street, Balderton with his father Samuel 46 (blacksmith), mother Emily 41, brother Richard H 6.   Charles...
  • Roll of Honour

    Compiled by Fred Reed July 2006 This list of names is reproduced by kind permission of Coddington Church (now in Alphabetical order) by Fred Reed 7th July 2006. I do hope this "Role of Honour" meets with your approval. I am anxious that this...
  • Achievements

     Some key achievements by CHG: the Group has published a Coddington Heritage Trail Leaflet, sent to all village households, made available locally and posted on-line [ here ] produced a book of historic photographs of the village - issued to all...
  • Men who served in World War I

        The Roll of Honour Men who served in the armed forces in WWI, as recorded in Coddington Church.  Additional information and biographical details researched by Fred Reed.  Some additional men who were not included in the original list have been found,...
  • Book - The Great War - Coddington Remembers

    The Village War Memorial and Roll of Honour lists are held in trust for the local community by All Saints Church, Coddington. In August 2013 Coddington Parish Council asked the History Group to help produce a book to mark the centenary of the start...
  • B - Backhouse to Byrche

    Please use the forums or the contact us form if you spot any mistakes or have some information you would like us to add. Some of the information in these tables is about people who may still be alive. Coddington History Group would not wish to...
  • Limestone Quarrying and Lime Burners

    Limestone Quarrying and Lime burning Limestone quarrying has been an important industry in Coddington in the past.  The main formation is known as the ‘keuper marls’.  Gypsum (sulphate of lime) can be found in the upper section and has been worked...
  • Milling and Millers in Coddington 1600 - 1830

    Milling and Millers in Coddington   1600 - 1830