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151 [Hollingg.ged]

Harriet's parents are Jacob Grover and Annie Elizabeth Smith. Harriet is also the sister of Annie Elizabeth Grover Toone, William Henry Toone Jr.
wife.

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
GROVER Harriet Bertha
 
152 [Hollingg.ged]

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
GROVER Inez
 
153 [Hollingg.ged]

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
GROVER Inez
 
154 Eric XIV of Sweden
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Erik XIV of Sweden (December 13, 1533 - February 26, 1577), son of Gustav I of Sweden and Catherine of Saxony-Lauenburg, was king of Sweden from 1560 until he was deposed in 1568. He was also ruler of Estonia, after it gave itself under Sweden in 1561. He died in prison, apparently of poisoning. A document signed by his brother John III of Sweden and a nobleman, Bengt Bengtsson Gylta, gave Eric's watchmen in his last prison authorization to poison him if anyone tried to release him. His body was later analyzed, and showed indications of poisoning.

Eric had several relationships before his marriage. With Agda Persdotter he had three daughters:

Virginia Eriksdotter (1559-1633) (living descendants)
Constantia Eriksdotter (1560-1649) (living descendants)
Lucretia Eriksdotter (1564-still alive 1574) died young.

With Karin Jacobsdotter:
An unmarried child, dead apr. 1565.

He finally married Karin Månsdotter (1550 - 1612), on July 4, 1568, their children were:
Sigrid (1566-1633) (born before the marriage)
Gustaf (1568-1607) (born before the marriage)
Henrik (1570-1574)
Arnold (1572-1573)

http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_XIV_of_Sweden

Eric married Karin Månsdotter in 1568, and during the same year, Johan and the Sture-family started a revolution. Eric was overthrown and taken prisoner. Eric died in prison on the 26th of August 1577 at Örbyhus castle. His brother Johan had given orders to poison Eric's soup. 
GUSTAFSSON (VASA) KING OF SWEDEN Erik XIV
 
155 [Hallam 18 Jan 02.GED]

Lives in Selby 
Hall Jack
 
156 Free BMD: Births Dec 1872
HALLAM Ann Basford 7b 118  
HALLAM Ann
 
157 Free BMD: Births Jun 1875
HALLAM Annie Basford 7b 118  
HALLAM Annie
 
158 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
159 Cotmanhay PR M297 Vol 3 - 1876 to 1885
1877 August 5 Betsy daughter of Thomas & Grace HALLAM Cotmanhay, Miner 
HALLAM Betsy
 
160 Is either of these Charles??
1891 Census - RG12 Piece 2726 Folios 134 - 149 STANLEY
With a family of Robinsons at the Brickyard in Stanley
HALLAM Charles Boarder S 44 Coal miner Mapperley
Not there in 1901 - BUT:
1901 CENSUS EXTRACT - HALLAM in PILSLEY, DERBYS
Civil ParishCty Full Name Gender Age Birth Year Occupation Where Born
Mapperley Entire Derby Charles Hallam Male 53 1848 Coal Miner Hewer Derby Mapperley 
HALLAM Charles
 
161 Heanor St. Lawrence Parish Records:
http://www.spendlovej.freeserve.co.uk/ancestral/hsl_1837-1894/h.html
Surname Christian Father Mother Date Abode Trade
HALLAM CHARLOTTE WILLIAM CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH 1891 12 10 MARLPOOL MINER  
HALLAM Charlotte
 
162 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
163 1901 Census Extract: Ibstock, Leics,
Edgar Hallam Hallam Edgar Male 24 1877 Coal Miner Labourer Leices Swannington
Eliza Hallam Hallam Eliza Female 24 1877 Leices Ibstock 
HALLAM Edgar M.
 
164 ELIZA HALLAM Female
Christening: 10 APR 1842 Kirk Hallam, Derby, England
Parents:
Father: THOMAS HALLAM Family
Mother: MARY
Source Information: Batch No.: C055431 Dates:1813 - 1858 Source: 0498096 
HALLAM Eliza
 
165 Cotmanhay PR, M297 Vol 3, 1876 to 1885
30 Jan 1881 Ellen of Thomas & Grace Hallam Cotmanhay Miner 
HALLAM Ellen
 
166 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
167 IGI: Batch No.:C055431 Dates: 1813 - 1858 Source: 0498096
FRANCIS HALLAM Male
Christening: 23 MAY 1847 Kirk Hallam, Derby, England
Parents: Father: THOMAS HALLAM Mother: MARY

Moved to Barlow 1869 -1872, then on to Swannington around 1874. (With brother Thomas)

1881 Census: PRO Ref: RG11 Piece/Folio 3142 / 164 Page No 11
Census Place Swannington, Leicester, England
Dwelling Talbot Lane
Family History Library Film 1341749
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
Francis HALLAM Head M Male 37 Mapperly, Derby, England Enginewright
Hannah HALLAM Wife M Female 37 West Hallam, Derby, England
Albert HALLAM Son Male 15 Mapperly, Derby, England Engine Cleaner
William HALLAM Son Male 11 Shipley, Derby, England Scholar
Elen HALLAM Daur Female 9 Barlow, Derby, England Scholar
John Thomas HALLAM Son Male 7 Swanington, Leicester, England Scholar
Charles HALLAM Son Male 5 Swanington, Leicester, England Scholar
Mary Jane HALLAM Daur Female 2 Swanington, Leicester, England

1901 Census Extract:
? CANNOT find ANY of above on 1901 Census - Searched all country! Missing!? 
HALLAM Francis
 
168 1901 Census extract:
Pilsley, Derbys ( with his other family in Pilsley - )
Robert Hallam Male 68 1833 Colliery Undermanager Derbyshire Mapperley
Ann Hallam Female 71 1830 Derbyshire Heanor
Frank Hallam Male 20 1881 Colliery Lamp Cleaner Derbyshire Pilsley
Could this Frank be Francis from 1881 census?
Roberts 2 sons (John & Thomas) are a few doors away in Pilsey. 
HALLAM Frank
 
169 1881 Census: RG11 Piece / Folio 3326 / 67 Page Number 67
Family History Library Film 1341793
Census Place Ilkeston, Derby, England
Dwelling 12 Mundy St
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
George HALLAM Head M Male 29 Ilkeston, Derby, England Coal Miner
Mary J. HALLAM Wife M Female 30 Ilkeston, Derby, England
George HALLAM Son Male 9 Ilkeston, Derby, England Scholar
Mary A. HALLAM Daur Female 2 Ilkeston, Derby, England
Charlotte SISSON Niece Female 8 Ilkeston, Derby, England Scholar

John Hallam (brother) & Bethia & family, live at 14 Munday St

1901 Census Extract: Ilkeston,
George Hallam Hallam George Male 49 1852 Coal Miner Hewer Derbyshire Ilkeston
Gertrude Hallam Hallam Gertrude Female 50 1851 Derbyshire Ilkeston
Mary Hallam Hallam Mary Female 22 1879 Lace Mender Derbyshire Ilkeston
Heber Hallam Hallam Heber 10 1891 Derbyshire Ilkeston
George ReMarried!? 
HALLAM George
 
170 1901 Census Extract: Ilkeston
George Hallam Male 21 1880 Coal Miner Hewer Derbyshire Ilkeston
Mary Hallam Female 22 1879 Derbyshire Ilkeston 
HALLAM George
 
171 Possible?!?
1901 Census Extract: Ilkeston
George Hallam Hallam George Male 30 1871 Coal Miner Hewer Derbyshire Ilkeston
Annie Hallam Hallam Annie Female 28 1873 Derbyshire Stanley
Mary Hallam Hallam Mary Female 36 1865 Shirt Machinist Derbyshire Ilkeston 
HALLAM George
 
172 HALLAM, HERBERT PALMER.

Private, 18457, 10th Btn., k. in a. 07/07/1916, aged 23
Possibly at the Battle of Fricourt, The Somme.
b. Pilsley; e. Chesterfield; r. Pilsley

"Son of John Henry and Lilian Hallam, of 4, Back Lane, Pilsley, Chesterfield, Derbyshire."

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Somme, France - Pier and Face 10 C 10 D and 11 A.

Village Memorial Plaque, St Mary's Church, Pilsley

'Private H. P. Hallam, Sherwood Foresters, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Hallam, of Pilsley, has been missing since July 7th. A North Wingfield soldier had sent word home that Private Hallam was wounded, but no confirmation of the statement was forth coming. Prior to enlisting he worked for the Hasland Co-operative Society, and was well known both at Hasland and Grassmoor He has been wounded twice, and returned to France on Whit-Thursday. He is twenty three years of age, and unmarried.'

[THE DERBYSHIRE TIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1916]
 
HALLAM Herbert
 
173 Herbert Hallam as witness to brother Samuel wedding to Loiusa Beer and to sister Sarah Hannah marriage to Enoch Fretwell.
Source: Derbys Record Office - Copy:
Marriage: 13 September 1890, Holy Trinity, Cotmanhay
Herbert Hallam 22 B Miner Ilk John Hallam Inn Keeper
Elizabeth Henshaw 19 S Cot John Henshaw Miner
Witnesses: John Hallam Berthia Hallam


1891 Census: RG12 2665 Fiche 1 Item: 69
21, Abbey Street, Ilkeston
Herbert Hallam Head 22 Coal Miner Ilkeston
Elizabeth Wife 19 Do
Edith Daur 2 Mnths Do

1901 Census Extract:
RG: 3150 92 Basford
Herbert Hallam Male 31 1870 Coal Miner Hewer Derbyshire Ilkeston
Elizabeth Hallam Female 29 1872 Derbyshire Ilkeston
Edith Hallam Female 10 1891 Derbyshire Ilkeston
Lily Hallam Female 5 1896 Derbyshire Ilkeston
Herbert Hallam Male 3 1898 Derbyshire Ilkeston

Deaths Mar Qtr 1895 - relevant?
Hallam Herbert age 0 Basford 7b 108 Joysmith From Free BMD 
HALLAM Herbert
 
174 It sounds like they were bombed heavily on the 7th July 1916 and this is where possibly Herbert Hallam was fatally wounded: Quote "shelling in the valley became intense and several casualties both to officers and men were incurred ... during the shelling 4 lewis guns were either buried or destroyed but subsequently two of these were recovered".
I have copy of the 10th Battalion War diaries. 
HALLAM Herbert
 
175 1901 Census: Nottingham,
Horace Hallam Hallam Horace Male 22 1879 Engine Cleaner Leices Swannington 
HALLAM Horace C.
 
176 Census 1881: PRO Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 3324 / 64 Page Number 5
Family History Library Film 1341792
Census Place: Heanor, Derby, England
Dwelling Ilkeston Road
Name Relation Marital Gender Age Birthplace Occupation
James HALLAM Head M Male 24 Ilkeston, Derby, England Coal Miner
Jane HALLAM Wife M Female 23 Heanor, Derby, England
George HALLAM Son Male 1 Heanor, Derby, England

Census 1891 : RG12 2665 Item 11 & 12
77, Norman Street
James Hallam Head 34 Coal Miner Ilkeston
Jane Wife 33 Marlpool
George Son 11 Scholar Ilkeston
William Son 9 Do Do
Fredrick Son 7 Do Marlpool
Annie Daur 5 Do Ilkeston
Ruth Daur 3 Do Do
John H Son 9 mnth Do

1901 Census Extract: 3151 65 Basford
James Hallam Male 44 1857 Underground Deputy Coal Miner Derbyshire Ilkeston
Jane Hallam Female 43 1858 Derbyshire Marlpool
William Hallam Male 19 1882 Coal Miner Loader Under Ground Derbyshire Marlpool
Frederick Hallam Male 17 1884 Coal Miner Runner On Underground Derbyshire Marlpool
Annie Hallam Female 15 1886 Derbyshire Ilkeston
Ruth Hallam Female 13 1888 Derbyshire Ilkeston
John Hallam Male 10 1891 Derbyshire Ilkeston
Frances Hallam Female 2 1899 Derbyshire Ilkeston  
HALLAM James
 
177 Cotmanhay PR, M297 Vol 3, 1876 to 1885
10 Aug 1879 James of Thomas & Grace Hallam Cotmanhay Miner

Possible 1901 Census Extract - to confirm before adding in wife & children
James Hallam 22 1879 Coal Miner Hewer Derbys Cotmanhay
Ellen Hallam 20 1881 Derbys Cotmanhay
Thomas Hallam 18 1883 Coal Miner Hewer Derbys Cotmanhay
William Hallam 16 1885 Coal Miner Pony Driver Below Grd Derbys Cotmanhay
Grace Hallam 15 1886 Hosiery Hand Runner On Derbys Cotmanhay
Arthur Hallam 7 1894 Derbys Cotmanhay 
HALLAM James
 
178 1901 Census Extract:
John Hallam Male 24 1877 Coal Miner Labourer Under Ground Ilkeston Derbys
Annie Hallam Female 23 1878 Shipley Derbys
Wilfred Hallam Male 3 1898 Ilkeston Derbys
Cicely Hallam Female 5M 1900 Ilkeston Derbys

Found the following at the Commonwealth War Memorial Site www.cwgc.org:
Debt of Honour Register
In Memory of
JOHN HALLAM
Private 73196 of 12th Bn., Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regt.)
who died on Wednesday 13 September 1916, Age 39 .

Additional Information: Son of John and Bethaia Hallam, of Ilkeston; husband of Annie Hallam, of 10, Archer Street, Cotmanhay, Ilkeston.
Cemetery: CALAIS SOUTHERN CEMETERY Pas de Calais, France
Grave or Reference Panel Number: Plot E. Row 5. Grave 11.

Location: Calais Southern Cemetery is a civil cemetery lying on the south of the old main road to Dunkerque. Follow the A16 autoroute from Calais to Dunkirk. Come off at Junction 19 in the direction of Marck and follow the road to the junction. Turn left into Calais at the junction and follow the road (D940) for approximately 3 kilometres. The Communal Cemetery is on the left hand side of the road, 50 metres after the traffic lights. To find the Commonwealth War Graves, proceed along the main pathway to the rear left hand side of the Cemetery.

Battle Honours - World War 1:
Aisne 1914 & 18, Armentieres 1914, Neuve Chappelle, Aubers, Hooge 1915, Loos, Somme 1916 & 18, Albert 1916 & 18, Bazentin, Delville Wood, Pozieres, Ginchy, Flers-Courcelette, Morval, Thiepval, Le Transloy, Ancre Heights, Ancre 1916, Arras 1917 & 18, Vimy 1917, Scarpe 1917 & 18, Messines 1917, Ypres 1917 & 18, Pilckem, Langemarck 1917, Menin Road, Polygon Wood, Broodseinde, Poelcappelle, Passchendaele, Cambrai 1917 & 18, St Quentin, Baupaume 1917, Rosieres, Villers Brettaneux, Lys, Bailleul, Kemmel, Scherpenberg, Amiens, Drocourt-Queant, Hindenburg Line, Epehy, Canal du Nord, St Quentin Canal, Beaurevoir, Courtrai, Selle, Sambre, France & Flanders 1914 - 18, Piav, Italy 1917 - 18, Suvla, Landing at Suvla, Schimitar Hill, Gallipoli 1915, Egypt 1916

The 12th Battalion arrived in France in August 1915. The following month it took part in the Battle of Loos and from then onwards was engaged in most of the major battles until the end of 1918. Although its primary role was that of a Divisional Pioneer Battalion it was drawn into the fight in times of crisis and gained recognition for gallant conduct on several occasions, notably the Battle of Loos in 1915 and the final German offensive in 1918.
 
HALLAM John
 
179 1901 CENSUS EXTRACT:
Possible??
Sarah Hallam Hallam Sarah Female 22 1879 Derbyshire Ilkeston
John Hallam Hallam John Male 25 1876 Coal Miner Hewer Derbyshire Mapperley

IGI = JOHN HALLAM
Male Christening: 28 NOV 1876 Holy Trinity, Mapperley, Derby, England
Parents: Father: THOMAS HALLAM Mother: GRACE  
HALLAM John
 
180 Free BMD Site:
Marriages Dec 1876
Hallam John Basford 7b 262
WHITE Bethia Basford 7b 262
*************************************
Census 1881 : Ilkeston, Derby, England
Source: FHL Film 1341793 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3326 Folio 67 Page 68
Dwelling: 14 Mundy St
John HALLAM Head 27 M Ilkeston, Derby, England Occ: Coal Miner
Bertha HALLAM Wife 23 F Ilkeston, Derby, England
John HALLAM Son 4 M Ilkeston, Derby, England
Susan HALLAM Daur 3 F Ilkeston, Derby, England
William HALLAM Son 1 M Ilkeston, Derby, England
Brother George & family live next door at 12 Munday St.

Census 1891: Ilkeston RG12 2665 Fich: 3
18, Munday Street Ilkeston
John Hallam Head 36 Coal Miner Ilkeston
Bertha Wife 32 Do
John Son 14 Do
Susan Daur 13 Scholar Do
William Son 11 Do Do
Sam Son 9 Do Do
Lilly Daur 6 Do Do
Fred Son 1 Do

Census 1901 Extract: 3150 87 Basford
John Hallam Male 47 1854 Coal Miner Derbyshire Ilkeston
Berthia Hallam Female 43 1858 Derbyshire Ilkeston
William Hallam Male 21 1880 Coal Miner Filler Derbyshire Ilkeston
Sam Hallam Male 18 1883 Coal Miner Below Ostler Derbyshire Ilkeston
Lily Hallam Female 15 1886 Derbyshire Ilkeston
Fred Hallam Male 11 1890 Derbyshire Ilkeston
George Hallam Male 8 1893 Derbyshire Ilkeston
Harry Hallam Male 6 1895 Derbyshire Ilkeston
 
HALLAM John
 
181 1901 Census Extract:
Pilsley, Derbyshire.
John Hallam Male 31 1870 Coal Mine Deputy Notts Mapperley
Lillian Hallam Female 33 1868 Derbyshire Tupton
Herbert Hallam Male 7 1894 Derbyshire Pilsley
Ethel Hallam Female 5 1896 Derbyshire Pilsley
Mary Hallam Female 3 1898 Derbyshire Pilsley
Minnie Hallam Female 8M 1900 Derbyshire Pilsley
Living nearby to his Parents and Brothers family 
HALLAM John Hy.
 
182 All Saints, Kirk Hallam, Derbys.
25 Oct, 1829. John Moon, of Hannah Moon (at Birth called MOON!)
Later called HALLAM after Hannah Moon married Thomas Hallam.

1841 #241,288 Kirk Hallam Mapperley
Thomas Hallam Head M 35 coal miner b. Mapperley
Mary Wife F 30 "
John son M 12
Robert son M 7

1851 Census:
HO107/2126 FOLIO 196 Page 21 Parish: Ilkeston
82: Bottom Road
Hallam John Head 21 Coal miner Kirk Hallam : DBY
Hallam Ellen Wife 19 Housework Ilkeston : DBY

1861 Census: RG11 - 2436 Item:98
Munday Street, Ilkeston
John Hallam Head 31 Hewer Miner Ilkeston, Derbys.
Ellen Wife 38 Do
George Son 9 Scholar Do
Thomas Son 8 Do Do
John Son 6 Do Do
James Son 4 Do Do
Hannah Daur 2 Do Do
Ellen Daur 1 Do Do

1871 Census:
RG10 3481 Page 31
31, Hassock Lane, Shipley
John Hallam Head 43 Coal Miner Derbys West Hallam
Ellen Wife 40 Derbys Ilkeston
George Son 24 Coal Miner Do
John Son 16 Do Do
Thomas Son 16/15 Do Do
James Son 14 Do Do
Hannah Daur 12 Scholar Do
Ellen Daur 11 Do Do
Eliza Daur 9 Do Do
Mary Jane Daur 7 Do Do
William Son 5 Do Do
Samuel Son 3 Do Do
Herbert Son 2 Do Do

1881 Census: FHL Film: 1341793 Pro Ref: RG11 Peice: 3325 Folio: 32 Page: 4
Address: Shipley Colliery, Shipley, Derbys.
John Hallam Head 51 Coal Miner Derby Mapperley Coal Miner
Ellen Wife 50 Do Ilkeston
Eliza Daug 19 Do Do
Mary Jane Do 17 Do Do
William Son 15 Coal Miner Do Do Coal Miner
Samuel Do 14 Coal Miner Do Do Coal Miner
Herbert Do 12 Scholar Do Do Scholar
Ann Daug 8 Do Shipley Scholar
George, John, Thomas, James,Hannah Missing

Details of Coppice Pit, Shipley Colliery 1918
Owner Name of Mine Manager Under-manager Below Above Pit
Shipley Colliery Co., Shipley, Derby Coppice No.1 RH Ferens C Simms 850 219

1891 Census: RG12 2664
1, Church St, Cotmanhay - Rose & Crown Pub (Now Tel No: 0115 9322955)
John Hallam Head 61 Inn Keeper Derbys Mapperley
Clara Wife 39 Derbys Stanton by Dale
Mary A ? Grand Daur 7 Derbys Shipley
John Remarried after Ellen died in 1882. He married Clara when he was 60? Where?
John passed on the Rose & Crown Pub, to his Son William (1901 Census).

1901 Census - RG 13 3150 Page: 83
18, Munday Street, Ilkeston.
John Hallam Head 71 Widow Retired Publican Derbys Mapperley
Sarah Ashmore Serv 60 Widow Derbys Clay Cross

In the 1901 census - A few doors away from the Woolleys at Altbrook lived Samuel at Shipley Common Lodge:
Samuel Hallam Head 34 Colliery Bank Manager Derbys, Heanor
Louisa Wife 33
This is Mary Jane Hallam's Brother. Maybe She took John William (her son) to visit and he met Ada Woolley?

Heanor St. Lawrence Parish Registers:
HALLAM - ALBERT DENNIS of JOHN & CLARA 18/1/1894 MARLPOOL MINER
Son from second wife Clara

Christ Church Cotmanhay Parish Monumental Inscriptions - No.4
"In loving memory of ELLEN, beloved wife of John Hallam of Shipley. Who
died Nov 13 1882 aged 52.
Also Clara Hallam died march 1 1895
Slate upright - East corner.

BMD Possible Death:
Deaths Sep 1902 Hallam John 73 Basford 7b 94
 
HALLAM John Moon
 
183 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
184 Free BMD - Births Sep 1884
Hallam John William Basford 7b 152 - Now got!

Marriage certificate 8 December 1906 (obtained 8/2/02):
John William Hallam, aged 22, Bachelor, Coal Miner of North Norman Street, Cotmanhay. No father or profession entered.
Ada Woolley, aged 20, spinster of North Norman Street, Cotmanhay. Father Aurthur Woolley, Labourer at Gas Works.
Married according to the Rites & Ceremonies of the Methodist Free Church.
Ebenezer Chapel, Awsworth Road, Ilkeston, Derbys.
Witnesses: Edward Davies, Elizabeth Pope.

Cotmanhay, Christ Church Parish Registers: Baptism
1908, May 20. John William son of John William & Ada. 57 Ash St, Miner. by Jas. J. Hutchinson.

Arthur Hallam: April/May/June Qtr 1909 REF: Basford 7b 237 - To get yet.

On Sons (Walter-My Grandad) COPY Birth Certificate says Father is a Coalminer, Hewer (Cotmanhay, Ilkeston).
Resided 121, Highbury Road, Nottingham. Cannot find this at all now? Always was a hospital? Now believed to be the Basford Workhouse. This became
Highbury Hospital and presumably this address continued to be used on certificates.
Investigation notes:
Nottm University Archives:
Highbury Hospital had its origins in the provisions of the 1837 Poor Law Act and was, for its first eighty years, the infirmary of the Basford Union Workhouse. These origins led it to specialise in particular types of disability and for a considerable time it functioned both as a hospital for mental and geriatric patients and as a general hospital staffed by specialists from Nottingham General Hospital providing surgery and midwifery services.

Custodial history: The records were transferred to the University from the Nottinghamshire Area Health Authority (Teaching) South Nottingham District in April 1976 and April 1979.
Scope:The records consist primarily of registers of the admission and discharge of patients (1895-1950). There are also registers of persons of unsound mind detained in the institution (1914-1947) and registers of sick, maternity and mental patients (1911-1950). Registers of births (1871-1947) and of deaths (1871-1948) are also present, as is a delivery ward register (1916-1942).

Records dealing with the Basford Union as an administrative unit were transfered to Nottinghamshire Archives Office. (These include some records of a medical nature, notably vaccination registers.) The records held at the University relate only to the admissions, discharges and treatment of patients while in Highbury Hospital.

Did John William Hallam die in WW1?? Checked and checked - nothing found as yet (Sept 2007)
Must be a death somewhere! 
HALLAM John William
 
185 I now have his birth certificate.
No: 419
Born: Fifteenth July 1884 Shipley, Derbyshire
Name: John William
Sex: Boy
Name & Surname of Father: Blank - No Father Stated.
Name, Surname & Maiden Name of Mother: Mary Jane Hallam - Housekeeper.
Occupation of Father: Blank
Informant: Elizabeth Hallam - Present at birth - Shipley
When Registered: 21 August 1884
Registrar: G Baker 
HALLAM John William
 
186 Lived in Ilkeston.

What happened to him and his wife Ada Woolley? 
HALLAM John William
 
187 Free BMD Site
Surname First name(s) Age District Vol Page
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Births Sep 1860
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
HALLAM Mary Ann Basford 7b 135
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Births Sep 1861
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
HALLAM Mary Basford 7b 124
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Births Dec 1861
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
HALLAM Mary Basford 7b 101
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Births Sep 1862
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
HALLAM Mary Basford 7b 86
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Births Mar 1864
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
HALLAM Mary Jane Bakewell 7b 585
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
HALLAM Mary Jane
 
188 1901 Census Extract: Swannington, Leics
Oscar Hallam Hallam Oscar Male 29 1872 Coal Miner Hewer Below Derbyshire
Elizabeth Hallam Hallam Elizabeth Female 31 1870 Leicestershire Swannington
Beatrice Hallam Hallam Beatrice Female 8 1893 Leicestershire Ellistown
Bertha Hallam Hallam Bertha Female 6 1895 Leicestershire Swannington
Richard Hallam Hallam Richard Male 6M 1900 Leicestershire Swannington 
HALLAM Oscar Ingram
 
189 Robert was christened at Wesleyan Methodist Church #3498096 1813-1858 Kirk Hallam.

Who is this?? Maybe Died - check Deaths
Surname Childs Name(s) Fathers Name Mothers Name Year Mnth Day Abode Trade
HALLAM HERBERT ROBERT ANN 1854 1 1 MARLPOOL COLLIER

Around 1870 to 1874 moved to Pilsley.

1881 Census: PRO Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 3428 / 113 Page Number 3
Dwelling: Bridge St, The Hillock // Census Place: Pilsley, Derby, England
Family History Library Film 1341820

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation
Robert HALLAM Head M Male 48 Mapperley, Derby, England Coal Steward Mine ? Colliery Under Ground
Ann HALLAM Wife M Female 50 Heanor, Derby, England
Eliza HALLAM Daur U Female 23 Mapperley, Derby, England
Andrew HALLAM Son U Male 19 Mapperley, Derby, England Coal Miner
Thomas HALLAM Son U Male 17 Mapperley, Derby, England Coal Miner
Betsy HALLAM Daur U Female 15 Mapperley, Derby, England Domestic Duties
Ruth HALLAM Daur U Female 13 Mapperley, Derby, England Domestic Duties
John Hy. HALLAM Son U Male 11 Mapperley, Derby, England Scholar
Annie HALLAM Daur Female 6 Pilsley, Derby, England Scholar
Francis HALLAM Son Male 1 Pilsley, Derby, England
1891 Census:


Derbyshire Mines 1896:
Mine, Situation, Owner and Address Manager, Under-Manager Workers U/G Surface.
Pilsley, No. 2 Chesterfield, Pilsley Colliery Co., Chesterfield, Samuel Rayner,Robert Hallam 250 45

1901 Census extract:
Pilsley, Derbys ( with his other family in Pilsley - )
Robert Hallam Male 68 1833 Colliery Undermanager Derbyshire Mapperley
Ann Hallam Female 71 1830 Derbyshire Heanor
Frank Hallam Male 20 1881 Colliery Lamp Cleaner Derbyshire Pilsley
Could this Frank be Francis from 1881 census?
Roberts 2 sons (John & Thomas) are a few doors away in Pilsey. 
HALLAM Robert
 
190 Posssible Link:
1907 Jan 21 Ernest son of Sam & Sarah Hallam, 6 Belfield st, Ilkeston, Miner 
HALLAM Sam
 
191 Free BMD: Births Dec 1865
Hallam Samuel Basford 7b 148 ?
Hallam Samuel Basford 7b 149 ?


Marriage: Samuel Hallam 22 B Guard Shipley John Hallam Inn Keeper
Louisa Beer 22 S Shipley William Beer Miner
WITNESSES: Herbert Hallam Mary Ann Beer

In the 1891 Census (Basford, Ilkeston - RG12 2664):
Samuel Hallam Head 24 Railway Porter Derbys, Ilkeston
Louisa Wife 23 Do Shipley
George Panting? Lodger 21 Railway Porter Worcs Strensham

In the 1901 census - A few doors away from the Woolleys at Altbrook, lived Samuel at Shipley Common Lodge:
Samuel Hallam Head 34 Colliery Bank Manager Derbys, Heanor
Louisa Wife 33
This is Mary Jane Hallam's Brother. Maybe She took John William (her son) to visit and he met Ada Woolley? 
HALLAM Samuel
 
192 9 Aug 1875 Thomas Hallam 22 B Contractor Shi John Hallam Underviewer
Married Grace Severn 17 S Map James Severn Contractor
Witness: Thomas Severn Sarah Ann Meakin

Census 1881: Ilkeston, Derby, England
Source: FHL Film 1341793 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3325 Folio 77 Page 13
Dwelling: Prince St
Thomas HALLAM M 28 M Rel: Head Occ: Coal Miner Ilkeston, Derby
Grace HALLAM M 23 F Rel: Wife Shipley, Derby,
John HALLAM 5 M Rel: Son Occ: Scholar Mapperley, Derby
Betsy HALLAM 4 F Rel: Daur Occ: Scholar Ilkeston, Derby,
James HALLAM 2 M Rel: Son Ilkeston, Derby,
Ellen HALLAM 5 m F Rel: Daur Occ: Infant Ilkeston, Derby,

Census 1891 RG12 2664 Item: 132
40, Prince Street
Thomas Hallam Head 39 Coalminer Ilkeston
Grace Wife 32 Shipley
John Son 15 hosiery Factory stitcher Mapperley
Betsy Daur 10 Ilkeston, Derby
James Son 12 Coalminer Ilkeston, Derby
Ellen daur 10 Ilkeston, Derby,
Thomas Son 9 Ilkeston, Derby
William Son 6 Ilkeston, Derby
Grace Daur 5 Ilkeston, Derby

1901 Census Extract: 3148 121 Basford
Thomas Hallam Male 48 1853 Coal Miner Hewer Derbys Ilkeston
Grace Hallam Female 42 1859 Derbys Shipley
someone missing??
James Hallam Male 22 1879 Coal Miner Hewer Derbys Cotmanhay
Ellen Hallam Female 20 1881 Derbys Cotmanhay
Thomas Hallam Male 18 1883 Coal Miner Hewer Derbys Cotmanhay
William Hallam Male 16 1885 Coal Miner Pony Driver Below Grd Derbys Cotmanhay
Grace Hallam Female 15 1886 Hosiery Hand Runner On Derbys Cotmanhay
Arthur Hallam Male 7 1894 Derbys Cotmanhay  
HALLAM Thomas
 
193 Free BMD: Births Dec 1865 ?
Hallam Thomas Basford 7b 152
1901 Census Extract:
Pilsley, Derbyshire
Thos Hallam Male 37 1864 Coal Miner Derby Mapperley
Mary Hallam Female 34 1867 Derby Pilsley
Frank Hallam Male 12 1889 Derby Pilsley
Harry Hallam Male 11 1890 Derby Pilsley
Walter Hallam Male 7 1894 Derby Pilsley
Alfred Hallam Male 5 1896 Derby Pilsley
Living nearby to his Parents and Brothers family



 
HALLAM Thomas
 
194 From Ina Tuft, Monroe, Utah, USA. - inatuft/@/scinternet.net
Thomas Hallam, chr. 29 Oct. 1809, West Hallam,Derbys,Eng
Married 9 June 1832 at Kirk Hallam, Derbys. Eng. - Confirmed.
Hannah Moon, was chr. 14 Jul 1811 at West Hallam. Her parents were Thomas Moon and Mary Bridget. They had just one son named Robert Hallam, chr. 14 Nov. 1834, Wesleyan Methodist, Ilkeston, Derbys. England. I do not have the parents of Thomas Hallam, even though I have his christening date.

Mapperley Holy Trinity SK434429
The first church built 1851 had to be dismantled following mining subsidence in 1964 ; the present one dates from 1966. Before used Kirk Hallam or West Hallam.
THOMAS HALLAM - IGI
Gender: Male Christening: 29 OCT 1809 West Hallam, Derby, England
Confirmed: West Hallam Parish Register:
1809 Oct 29, Thomas, Son of Henry & Mary Hallam of this parish - Do XXIX (Dec 1809!)

Robert was christened at Wesleyan Methodist Church#3498096 1813-1858 Kirk Hallam.
Kirk Hallam Baptisms:
No. 211, April 10 1841 or 2 says at side "for 1848"??
Thomas son of Thomas & Mary Hallam of Mapperley, Collier
Also same date: Sarah? daug of Thomas & Mary Hallam of Mapperley, Collier.

#13675 Pt. 72 Mapperley, living next door to Wm Moon and Martha, a brother to Hannah.
Hannah Moon with illigitmate child 7580464-44
CENSUS INFORMATION: See Picture - Copy of census
1841 #241,288 Kirk Hallam Mapperley
Thomas Hallam Head M 35 coal miner b. Mapperley
Mary Wife F 30 "
John son M 12
Robert son M 7
Eliza Dau F 1
Hannah Moon's (Thomas's first wife (died 1838)) brother William Moon is 2 doors away.

1851 #241,288 Kirk Hallam Mapperley 1851 (2144,393,46)
Thomas Hallam Head M 43 coal miner b. Mapperley
Mary Wife F 39 "
John (not there - Married with wife in Bottom Rd, Ilkeston)
Robert son M 17
Elizer F daur F 11
Thomas son 9
Francis son 7
Charles son 4
Jane dau 3 days

1861 #241,288 Kirk Hallam Mapperley
Thomas Hallam Head M 55, Iron Stone Mason
Mary Wife F 50
Thomas son 19
Francis son 17
Charles son 14
Jane (not there)
Caroline dau 10

1881 Census: PRO Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 3410 / 26 Page No 2
Census Place Mapperley, Derby, England
Dwelling 4 Park Lane
Family History Library Film 1341816
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
Thomas HALLAM Head M Male 76 Mapperley, Derby, England No Occupation
Mary HALLAM Wife M Female 68 Mapperley, Derby, England
Charles HALLAM Son U Male 34 Mapperley, Derby, England Coal Miner

"BMD Site- Burial Hallam Thomas age 78 March Qtr 1884 Basford 7b 72"

Doomsday mentioned:
MAPPERLEY [Maperlie] (Old English) mapuldor ="maple tree" (Old English) leah, lega ="wood, glade".
ILKESTON [Tilchestune] (Old English) tun ="settlement" of Eanlac's (Old English) -ingas ="tribe, people".
 
HALLAM Thomas
 
195 Kirk Hallam Baptisms:
No. 211, April 10 1841 or 2 says at side "for 1848"??
Thomas son of Thomas & Mary Hallam of Mapperley, Collier
Also same date: Sarah? daug of Thomas & Mary Hallam of Mapperley, Collier

Moved to Barlow around 1869 to 1872. Then onto Swannington around 1874. (with Brother Francis). Then moved to Hugglescote around 1883/4.

1881 Census: PRO Reference: RG11 Piece / Folio 3142 / 166 Page Number 16
Dwelling Common // Census Place Swannington, Leicester, England
Family History Library Film 1341749
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation
Thomas HALLAM Head M Male 39 Mapperley, Derby, England Engine Tenter
Sarah Clara HALLAM Wife M Female 41 Birmingham
Elizabeth S. HALLAM Daur U Female 18 Mapperley, Derby, England General Servant Unemployed
Clarice F. HALLAM Daur Female 14 Mapperley, Derby, England General Servant Unemployed
Edith Voilet HALLAM Daur Female 12 Mapperley, Derby, England Scholar
Oscar Ingram HALLAM Son Male 9 Barlow, Derby, England Scholar
Harrold B. HALLAM Son Male 6 Swanington, Leicester, England Scholar
Edgar M. HALLAM Son Male 4 Swanington, Leicester, England Scholar
Horace C. HALLAM Son Male 2 Swanington, Leicester, England
Francis L. HALLAM Son Male 11 m Swanington, Leicester, England

1901 Census Extract:
Hugglescote And Donington Leicestershire
Hallam Thomas Male 56 1845 Engine Winder Derby Mapperly
Hallam Sarah Female 60 1841 Birmingham
Hallam Owen Male 17 1884 Coal Miner Putter Below Ground Leics Hugglescote 
HALLAM Thomas
 
196 W.B.Hallam Funeral Notes: Fri 6 Feb 1998 (Wilford Hill, Nottingham.)
Walter (Bert) Hallam
Bert Hallam was born on the 13th September 1911 at Highbury Road, Bulwell. He was the son of a miner and was brought up by his grandmother at Cotmanhay. He went to school locally and finished his education, like most lads of his generation, when he was 14. His first job was at Stanton Iron Works and he remained there until he joined HM Forces in 1939.
He met his wife-to-be, Pam, in a local pub. After courtship they married, living first with family in Basford and then in their own home in Broxtowe Lane. Here son John was born.
Bert served his country throughout the Second World War and this included time spent overseas. For her part Pam did her "war work" at Raleigh Engineering.
After being "demobbed" Bert found himself a job as night porter at the George Hotel in Nottingham and he went on to become the hotel's Head Porter. He was to remain at the George for the rest of his working life and a number of folk have told me how smart he was in his uniform and courteous in his manner Bert finished at the hotel when he was 65.
However, formal retirement did not stop Bert continuing to work and he was soon driving for a sheet-metal company.
Sadly the onset of Alzheimer's disease brought an end to his working days. He was forced to give up work and for the next 9 years, as the illness progressed, he was nursed at home by Pam.
Latterly he went into St.Andrew's Lodge for respite care. While there he suffered a stroke and so remained at St.Andrew's where he regained some use of his limbs. He was to stay on in St.Andrew's Lodge until he died very peacefully on 29th January, 1998. Throughout his time in Nursing Care at the Lodge, Bert received first-class attention and the family are most grateful for the professionalism and kindness of the nursing staff.
How do we sum Bert up?
Pam said of her husband: " He was always a grand chap. A quiet man who loved his kids ". He was obviously a man who worked hard all his life and, perhaps having not known his own parents, he tried very hard to give to his own children the love he never known as a child. John said of his dad: "He had a wonderful smile, and there was always a twinkle in his eye. HE WAS THE BEST".
May Bert... your husband, father, grandfather and friend rest in peace and rise to glory. Amen. 
HALLAM Walter Herbert
 
197 Heanor St. Lawrence Parish Records:
http://www.spendlovej.freeserve.co.uk/ancestral/hsl_1837-1894/h.html
Surname Christian Father Mother Date Abode Trade
HALLAM CHARLOTTE WILLIAM CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH 1891 12 10 MARLPOOL MINER

1891 Census:
East Street, Marlpool. RG12/2663
William Hallam Head 25 Coal Miner Derbys, Ilkeston
Charlotte E Wife 25 Derbys, Heanor
Mary A W Daur 2 Derbys, Ilkeston
Charlotte Daur 4 Mths Derbys, Heanor

1901 Census for 1, Church Street - Rose & Crown
Basford: Folio:3148 Piece: 81
William Hallam Male 35 1866 Licensed Victualler Derbyshire Ilkeston
Charlotte Hallam Female 35 1866 Derbyshire Marpool
Mary Hallam Female 12 1889 Derbyshire Ilkeston
Charlotte Hallam Female 10 1891 Derbyshire Marpool
Ellen Hallam Female 6 1895 Derbyshire Marpool
Jno Hallam Male 3 1898 Derbyshire Marpool
Mary Hallam Female 17 1884 Domestic Derbyshire Shipley
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Free BMD - To check
Births Jun Qtr 1864
HALLAM William Basford 7b 150
HALLAM William Basford 7b 161

Told by Eunice (Hallam Webster) Smith 28 Dec 2003, that William and Family left and went to the "Old General" Public House, Radford Road, Nottingham. There for 18 Years? Later retired and bought property in Ilkeston.
William's Daughter Mary Alice Hallam had married Isaac Webster. He took over as publican at the Rose & Crown.
She said she also knew a Arthur Hallam. 
HALLAM William
 
198 Searches:
ALSO see West Hallam Parish Records IGI.Doc in Hallam Gen folder

HENRY HALLAM Christening 22 Dec 1782 to Jno/Sarah

ALSO JOHN HALLAM Marriage 19 Aug 1782 to Sarah Perkins
ALSO JOHN HALLAM Male Christening 26 Dec 1757 to John/Sarah (Father?)

> HENRY Hallam Marriage 25 Jul 1808 to Mary Derbyshire
> HENRY Hallam Marriage 8 Apr 1817 to Susanna Chambers

IGI Individual Record FamilySearch:
HENRY HALLAM Male
Christening: 22 DEC 1782 West Hallam, Derby, England
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Parents:
Father: JNO HALLAM
Mother: SARAH
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Source Information:
Batch Number: 7430530 Sheet: 33 Source Call No.: 0935234
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Does this fit??? > HENRY Hallam Marriage 17 Aug 1781 to Ann Matthews
REBECCA HALLAM Female
Christening: 05 JUL 1807 West Hallam, Derby, England
Death: 18 MAY 1821
Parents: Father: HENRY HALLAM Mother: ANN
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HALLAM? Henry
 
199 [Hollingg.ged]

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
HAMMERSON John
 
200 [Hollingg.ged]

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
HAMMERSON John
 

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