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  1. Kirkby In Ashfield burial help please

    Hi All I was wondering if anybody has access to the parish registers for St Wilfred's in Kirkby in Ashfield. I am interested in burials for the surname of Wilbourne and variants (Wilbourne/Wilburn/Wilbrum etc) from the late 1500's onwards, it think most of my Wilbourne's had migrated over the...

    Started by cezza‎, 06-07-2010 2:21 PM
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  2. James William Firman - Alice Brackenbury

    Hello all, I am hoping very much to find a record of a marriage that took place in (we believe) February of 1903. There is a James William Firman as showing married in the first quarter of 1903 in Nottingham, in "Vol 7" Groom's name was James William Firman (born 20/21.JAN.1879 in...

    Started by Kavik‎, 30-11-2006 7:22 PM
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  3. Chase Farm Hospital

    Hello everyone, Can any kind person tell me if there was a hospital in Nottingham called Chase Farm? I know my mother did her nursing training in Nottingham and it was at Chase Farm. There was even a little ditty she use to sing "When we leave Chase Farm forever, oh how happy we will be...."....

    Started by caliope‎, 04-10-2008 11:25 PM
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  4. South Muskham, NTT.. marriage 1823

    If anyone has access to this parish records, looking for any further info on the marriage between John Skinner and Frances Barton, 27 February 1823 in South Muskham, NTT :) Thanks

    Started by Mona‎, 25-10-2008 10:24 PM
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  5. Directory look up for Radford, Nottingham

    Does anyone have any directory records for Nottingham for the period of around 1941 +/- 5 or so years please? I would very much like to know who was living at 7 Croft Place off St Peters Street in Radford. Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you.

    Started by Brock‎, 12-11-2014 3:29 PM
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  6. Copestake Lookup please

    Anyone got access to Nottingham parish records without costing you a fortune? I'm looking for a John Copestake b. Arnold Nottingham Sept 1827. Trying to find his parents and siblings, and marriage to Susan Hellier. And anything else about him. Thanks Irene

    Started by IreneH‎, 20-04-2010 8:30 PM
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  7. Nottingham Maps

    I'd like raise people's awareness of a MAPPING TOOL that's hosted by the Nottingham City Council and which is an excellent resource for genealogists and other historians of the area. Nottingham Insight Mapping (http://info.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/insightmapping/) is Nottingham City Councilís external...

    Started by TonyProctor‎, 24-10-2014 2:16 PM
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  8. Kitchen family

    My husband is trying to find out more about his paternal family. He knows his father was Joseph William Kitchen who married Dorothy Mary Dove in 1926 . They both lived at Swinethorpe, Newark Nottinghamshire. Joseph's father was Edward Kitchen an engine driver We have not been able to find out...

    Started by Janet M‎, 24-09-2014 9:52 PM
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  9. Blackwell Colliery Company Book c1918

    This photo might be of interest to someone. It is from a recent edition of the Nottingham Post's Bygones publication.

    Started by Mitch in Notts‎, 13-09-2014 5:43 PM
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  10. Appeal for Relatives for old Memorial Stone

    From the Nottingham Post of Tuesday 13th May 2014: A SERVICE of rededication is being planned for a memorial stone found at a church during its demolition. Relatives and families of those remembered on the stone, which was found at Trinity (Methodist) Church, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, are...

    Started by Mitch in Notts‎, 15-05-2014 12:09 PM
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  11. Post 1841, 1851, 1861 Census

    My maternal GGrandfather was Jonathan Allison Horn(e) and he was born in Nottingham about 1836. He married in Canada in 1863 had children there and returned to England about 1876. His surname is sometimes shown as Horn and at other times Horne. If anyone can find any details about him between...

    Started by Yorkshire Lad‎, 07-09-2006 7:38 PM
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  12. willam peel and ellen elliott

    I have William Peel and wife Ellen on 1881 census listed with their children, Alfred, Arthur, Clara, William, Ellen and Albert. Listed also Thomas Hoskins his wife Laura Hoskins, Thomas Hoskins jnr along with the Duke family and the Chisolme family. The address, Truman 40 Nottingham St Mary. My...

    Started by lawsue‎, 01-02-2012 10:20 AM
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  13. Leslie booth

    I'm trying to find out some information about a Leslie booth. He would've been born in the late 1910's - mid 1920's. I know he lived in Nottingham in the late 30's/early 40's. He was married to my late nan and they had a son. They didn't stay together though. I wonder if anyone has any connection...

    Started by B17Fan‎, 25-02-2014 5:34 PM
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  14. Binch Family, Mansfield, Notts

    Hello Everyone, I have been researching my family tree on ancestry over the past few months and I seem to have hit a wall (can't quite tell if it's my unwillingness to pay any more, ot what). My parents and siblings were all born in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire and me in Footscray, Victoria,...

    Started by darrellji‎, 20-06-2008 1:54 AM
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  15. S (or T?) YOUNG, John Jardine Nottingham 1915

    Filed with Henry Cope's WW1 Service Records (WO 363): A letter dated November 1915 from S (initial unclear) YOUNG, on headed notepaper of JOHN JARDINE, Deering Street, Nottingham. May be useful as a handwriting/signature sample Anc****y, COP, page 3432

    Started by fullscott‎, 02-09-2013 10:02 AM
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  16. Michael QUIGLEY, foreman, Nottingham 1912

    Filed with Harold Cope's WW1 Service Records (WO 363): A handwritten reference (Q & A) from Michael QUIGLEY, foreman fitter of JARDINE's, makers of printing machines, in Nottingham. Dated September 1912. May be of use as a handwriting/signature sample. Anc****y, COP, page 3216 (repeated...

    Started by fullscott‎, 01-09-2013 9:32 PM
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  17. Great War - Roll of Honour

    Has Been published on Nottinghamshire County Councils website here: http://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/rollofhonour

    Started by Mitch in Notts‎, 03-08-2013 8:32 PM
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  18. I thought this may interest some of you.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-22612954

    Started by Rachie‎, 23-05-2013 10:15 AM
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  19. Nottingham Gaol/House of Correction

    My wife has an ancestor Thomas Tutbury who was sentenced at Nottingham Assizes in 1823 for stealing and sentenced to 4 months hard labour in the "House of Correction". In 1824 he was sentenced, again at Nottingham Assizes, to 7 years transportation for Grand Larceny, although he received a free...

    Started by mfwebb‎, 11-05-2013 10:07 AM
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  20. A "twitchell" in Nottingham.

    An interesting early reference to the term "twitchell". This is a local dialect term still in use in Nottingham to describe a narrow passage or alley. From the records of rental of common lands in the town: "Also ye Comons has a twychel yat lyges on ye norht' syd ye Fleshusse taward...

    Started by Rod Neep‎, 27-05-2006 2:58 PM
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