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451 Could be WILD without the 'E' as it was stated that later generation in the states added an 'E'. WILDE Joseph
 
452 [Hallam 18 Jan 02.GED]

My Mother seems to think that as a child, she visited this Uncle with herFather, in Mansfield. 
WILSON Edward
 
453 Had a shop in Pinxton?? had money problems and left to go to America??
Became a famous Tenor singer.??
http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=nydecintent1907&gsfn=edwin&gsln=wilson&gss=angs
Database: Index to Declaration of Intent for Naturalization: New York County, 1907-1924
Name Declaration Volume Declaration Page Petition Volume Petition Page
Edwin Wilson Yes Yes
Database: New York County Supreme Court Naturalization Petition Index, 1907-24
Name: Edwin (Edvin) Wilson
Address: 285 W. 150 St.
Date: 06 Aug 1920
Page #: 209
Source Information:
Ancestry.com. New York County Supreme Court Naturalization Petition Index, 1907-24. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000.
 
WILSON Edwin
 
454 Poss Baptism: Notts FHS Baptism CD 1533 to 1900:
Place Abbrev.Place DATE BORN CNAME FNAME MNAME FSURN
SUTTON IN ASHFIELD 10/10/1819 George Thomas Elizabeth WILSON 
WILSON George
 
455 Possible Birth: Notts FHS BMD Database: (Only Joseph Born in or around 1730 to 1780-except Derbyshire)
Notts Baptism.Place DATE BORN CNAME FNAME MNAME FSURN
SUTTON IN ASHFIELD 24/02/1748 Joseph Thomas Jane WILSON


Notts marriage.Place Male NAME Female NAME DATE
SUTTON IN ASHFIELD Joseph WILSON Charlotte BERRY 04/02/1783

Sutton in Ashfield PR:
23/12/1783 William Joseph Charlott WILSON
03/04/1786 Thomas Joseph Charlott WILSON
09/08/1788 Ellen Joseph Charlott WILSON
25/02/1791 Joseph Joseph Charlot WILSON
19/06/1793 Henry Joseph Charlott WILSON
03/09/1795 Amelia Joseph Charlott WILSON
18/12/1797 Hannah Joseph Charlott WILSON
24/03/1800 Matthew Joseph Charlott WILSON
27/04/1803 Emma Joseph Charlott WILSON 
WILSON Joseph
 
456 [Hallam 18 Jan 02.GED
1881 Census: Public Records Office Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 3314 / 100 Page Number 41
Dwelling Meadow Rows
Census Place Pinxton, Nottingham, England
Family History Library Film 1341790
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
Ann WILSON Head W Female 58 Stallwell, Lancashire, England
Matthew WILSON Son U Male 28 Pinxton, Derby, England On Furlough Sergeant 39th Foot Soldier
William WILSON Son U Male 20 Pinxton, Derby, England Coal Miner

1901 Census:
Civil Parish Admin County Full Name Gender Age Birth Year Occupation Where Born
Selston Nottingham Matthew Wilson Male 48 1853 Railway Machine Clerk Derbys Pinxton
Selston Nottingham Elizabeth Wilson Female 51 1850 Hereford Bacton
Selston Nottingham Ellen Wilson Female 13 1888 Notts Kirkby In Ashfield

A Matthew Wilson is buried in St Helen's Churchyard, very close to Pinxton.
Matthews banns were read in Pinxton church on October 29th, November 5th and 12th 1882.
Died Aug 2, 1902. aged 47. Also his Wife Elizabeth, died November 29,1922, aged 72.


39th Regiment of Foot (Dorsetshire Regiment)
7/1/1881 United with 54th (West Norfolk) Regiment of Foot to become 1st Bn, The Dorsetshire Regiment
1879 Zulu war
1881 Apr 3: Fifth full British Census
First Boer War Transvaal independence recognised
Battle Honours
1881 India: Bengal
1882 England: Chatham
1885 Malta
1886 England: ?
1888 Malta
1889 Egypt
1893 India: Meean Meer
1895 Bangalore
1898 Nowshera
1902 Ferozepore  
WILSON Matthew
 
457 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
458 Poss Baptism: Notts FHS Baptism CD 1533 to 1900:
Place Abbrev.Place DATE BORN CNAME FNAME MNAME FSURN
SUTTON IN ASHFIELD 03/04/1786 Thomas Joseph Charlott WILSON
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NottsFHS Marriage Index CD 1533 to 1900:
Notts Marriage Place MALE NAME FEMALE NAME DATE
SUTTON IN ASHFIELD Thomas WILSON Elizabeth SMITH 30/01/1809
Elizabeth died in 1835.
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DATE BORN SUTTON IN ASHFIELD PR: Notts FHS Baptism CD 1533 to 1900:
27/05/1810 Joseph son of Thomas Elizabeth WILSON
05/01/1812 William son of Thos Elizabeth WILSON
12/02/1814 John son of Thomas Elizabeth WILSON Collier
23/01/1816 Thomas son of Thos Elizabeth WILSON Collier
10/10/1819 George son of Thomas Elizabeth WILSON Collier
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1851 Census for Pinxton.
Thomas Wilson, 65, Coal Miner, Hucknall, Notts.
Mary Moore, Lodger, Pauper, Youlgrave, Derbyshire.
William Wilson, Son, 39, Coal miner, Hucknall.
Ann Wilson, Wife, 26, Lancaster, Halliwell.

1861 Census for New Rows, Pinxton Wharf, Pinxton, Derbyshire.
Thomas Wilson. Head. aged 75. A Coal Miner. Born in Hucknall Huthwaite,Nott's.
Mary Moore. Lodger. Youlgrave, Derbyshire.
William Wilson. Head. Married. Aged 39. Coal miner. Hucknall Huthwaite.
Ann. Wife. Aged 36. Lancashire, Alawell.
Mathew Wilson. Son. 8 Scholar. Pinxton.
Mary Wilson. Daughter. aged 5. Scholar. Born Pinxton.

Possible wife Hannah Haslam, who were wed at Hucknall Torkard, on June 1st 1802, this Thomas was from the Parish of St Peter's Nottingham. Wed under licence.

Death Certificate: 3 Nov 1867. 81 Years, Coal Miner. Cause of Death: Bronchitis. At Wharf, Pinxton. George Wilson present at death.
I have photocopy. 
WILSON Thomas
 
459 Thos. WILSON Sex: M
Christening: 23 Jan 1816 Sutton In Ashfield, Nottingham, England
Parents: Father: Thos. WILSON Mother: Elizabeth
Source Information: IGI
Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
C053951 1813-1823 0504537 Film 0883669 Film
Source: Notts FHS CD: 1533 to 1900:
Place Abbrev.Place DATE BORN CNAME FNAME MNAME FSURN
SUTTON IN ASHFIELD 23/01/1816 Thomas Thos Elizabeth WILSON 
WILSON Thomas
 
460 Poss Birth:
Notts FHS: Baptism 1533 to 1900 CD:
Place Abbrev.Place DATE BORN CNAME FNAME MNAME FSURN
SUTTON IN ASHFIELD 05/01/1812 William Thos Elizabeth WILSON

1851 Census for Pinxton.
Thomas Wilson, 65, Coal Miner, Hucknall, Notts.
Mary Moore, Lodger, Pauper, Youlgrave, Derbyshire.
William Wilson, Son, 39, Coal miner, Hucknall.
Ann Wilson, Wife, 26, Lancaster, Halliwell.
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1861 Census for New Rows, Pinxton Wharf, Pinxton, Derbyshire.
Thomas Wilson. Head. aged 75. A Coal Miner. Born in Hucknall Huthwaite,Nott's.
Mary Moore. Lodger. Youlgrave, Derbyshire.
William Wilson. Head. Married. Aged 39. Coal miner. Hucknall Huthwaite.
Ann. Wife. Aged 36. Lancashire, Alawell.
Mathew Wilson. Son. 8 Scholar. Pinxton.
Mary Wilson. Daughter. aged 5. Scholar. Born Pinxton.
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1871 Census for 15 Meadow Row, Pinxton.
William Wilson. Head. Married. aged 40. A Coal Miner. Born Hucknall,Nott's.
Ann Wilson. Wife. Married. aged 46. Born Lancaster, Halliwell.
William Wilson. Son. Scholar. aged 9. Born in Pinxton, Derbyshire.
Where is Elizabeth??
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1881 Census for 183 Meadow house, Pinxton. Page 41.
Ann Wilson. Head. Widow. Aged 58. Born Lancaster Stallwell. ( Halliwell )
Matthew Wilson. Son. Aged 28. Sergeant 39th foot, On furlough. (on leave) Born Pinxton, Derbyshire.
William. Son. Aged 20. A Coal Miner. Born Pinxton, Derbyshire. 
WILSON William
 
461 [Hallam 18 Jan 02.GED]
Place Abbrev.Place Male Name Female Name DATE: Basford 7b 138
EASTWOOD William WILSON Annie DONNELLY 14/03/1885
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1881 Census Source FHL Film 1341790 Pro Ref RG11 Piece 3314 Folio 100 Page 41
for 183 Meadow Row houses, Pinxton:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation
Ann WILSON Head W Female 58 Stallwell, Lancashire, England
Matthew WILSON Son U Male 28 Pinxton, Derby, England On Furlough Sergeant 39th Foot Soldier
William WILSON Son U Male 20 Pinxton, Derby, England Coal Miner

1891 Census RG12 /2651 - folio 95 / page 29 / schedule 188
William Wilson, head, 29, Coal miner.
Ann Wilson, wife, 27, born Hawsworth, NTT (awsworth)
Edwin Wilson, son, 5, & Hariett Ann Wilson, daughter, 2

1901 Census:
Civil Parish: Pinxton Admin County: Derbys Peice:3136 Folio: 122 District: Mansfield
Full Name Gender Age Birth Year Occupation Where Born
184 Wharf Road
William Wilson Male 40 1861 Coal Miner Hewer Derbys Pinxton
Annie Wilson Female 38 1863 Notts Awsworth
Edwin Wilson Male 15 1886 Chemist Assistant Derbys Pinxton
Harriet Wilson Female 12 1889 Derbys Pinxton
Sidney Wilson Male 8 1893 Derbys Pinxton
Denis Wilson Male 7M 1900 Derbys Pinxton

On his death certification, it states his age was 73, he lived at Pool close Pinxton. The informant was H. A. Snowden, His Daughter in attendance, she lived at 2, Town street Pinxton.
For some reason William was left out of his wife's will.
He is buried in an unmarked grave in Pinxton churchyard.
For some reason William's birth certificate states his name as John Derbyshire Wilson. Blackwell Reg no 7, 141.

Pinxton:
The first recorded history of Pinxton dates back to AD 1002 when it was given, together with the neighbouring village of South Normanton, by its owner Wulfric Spott to Burton Abbey. Following the Norman Conquest, it was held by Drago Fitz Ponce (Ponce's fun or Penkeston) under the Feudal Lord William Peverill (the illegitimate son of William the Conqueror).

Pinxton was built on coal; the well known Top Hard coal seam outcropping to the west of the village.

Pinxton can boast one of the most famous porcelain manufacturers in the country; Pinxton china, manufactured between 1795 - 1816 commands enormous prices in quality antique markets.

Another local feature is Pinxton Wharf. This was the terminus of the Cromford Canal which linked the collieries to the River Trent via. the Erewash Canal. The canal was built in the 1780's by William Jessop to carry coal and pottery but use declined with the coming of the railways. The wharf was landscaped and is now a wildlife sanctuary. The nearby Boat Inn was used as the ticket office for the Pinxton South railway station.

Brookhill Hall, the family home of the former Lords of the Manor, the Cokes, has its origins in Elizabethan times. Much of its former fine oak carved furnishings made specially for the Hall are some of the finest examples of its type in the country and are now housed in the British Museum.

In the late nineteenth century a resident of Pinxton, John King, invented and patented a detaching hook for mine cages which prevented "overwinds" and is credited with saving the lives of a great many miners. A small museum is established in the village dedicated to him and a memorial in the form of the colliery headstocks with a "detaching hook" situated at the crossroads as you enter the village from the motorway.
 
WILSON William Derbyshire
 
462 If you are looking for royal "dirt", you seem to have missed Prince Eddy (as he was popularly named), otherwise Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence (1864-92), eldest son of the Prince of Wales, later Edward VII, who was a near-certifiable mental defective, involved in the Cleveland Street Scandal of 1889 concerning a homosexual brothel staffed by telegraph messenger boys, and who was even in an article written in the 1970s accused of being Jack the Ripper (proven to be nonsense).

Roy Stockdill (Editor, Journal of One-Name Studies) 
WINDSOR Albert Victor of Clarence
 
463 Elizabeth II, Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and of Her other Realms and Territories and Head of the Commonwealth, as her proper title puts it, celebrated the 40th anniversary of her accession in 1992. Her ancestry dates back to William I, the Norman who seized the throne of England in 1066.

Born on Apr. 21, 1926, Elizabeth became heir to the throne when her father became king as George VI upon the abdication of his brother Edward VIII in December 1936. On Nov. 20, 1947, she married Philip Mountbatten, duke of Edinburgh, a distant cousin whose mother was a great-granddaughter of Queen Victoria. When George died on Feb. 6, 1952, Elizabeth came to the throne at the age of 25.

The public duties of the British monarch were then entirely ceremonial, but Queen Elizabeth took her responsibilities seriously, inspecting state papers daily and consulting with prime ministers. She was educated in the role of constitutional monarch by her father and her grandmother Queen Mary, wife of George V. She was also trained by her mother, Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. Harold Macmillan, prime minister from 1957 to 1963, wrote of her: "She loves her duty, and means to be a Queen and not a puppet." Her constitutional role obliges her to keep opinions to herself. This makes her a somewhat colorless public personality, but those who know her speak of her shrewdness and sense of humor.

Queen Elizabeth is the wealthiest woman in Britain, having inherited the extensive royal family estates. Under pressure from public opinion, she volunteered in 1992 for the first time to pay income tax. She has four children: Charles, Prince of Wales (b. 1948), the heir to the throne, who married Lady Diana Spencer in 1981 and separated from her in 1992; Anne, the Princess Royal (b. 1950), who divorced her husband of 18 years, Capt. Mark Phillips, in 1992 and married Timothy Laurence that year; Andrew, Duke of York (b. 1960), who married Sarah Ferguson in 1986 and wasdivorced from her in 1996; and Prince Edward (b. 1964). Prince William (b. 1982), Charles and Diana's older son, is second in line to the throne. 
WINDSOR Elizabeth II (Alexandra Mary), Queen of England
 
464 The royal family's refusal to acknowledge any human frailty is not new. Prince John, who would have become brother-in-law to both the Queen Mother and Princess Alice had he lived, was born in 1905.

His life was transformed when he was four and had his first epileptic fit. His health-obsessed parents, later George V and Queen Mary, were appalled.

He was excluded from official family photographs. He was not allowed to be present at his father's coronation in 1911.

Early in 1917, John was removed from any risk of public discovery forever. He was consigned - with a nanny and two robust male attendants to hold him down whenever he had fits - to Wood Farm, on a corner of the Sandringham estate. He was never to see his parents again.

Two years later John died in his sleep. The King and Queen drove the three miles from the main house at Sandringham to view his body.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/monarchy/story/0,2763,346418,00.html 
WINDSOR John Charles Francis
 
465 [Hollingg.ged]

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
WINFIELD Elizabeth
 
466 [Hollingg.ged]

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
WINFIELD Elizabeth
 
467 Live in Northampton WINTHROPE Dianne
 
468 GRO Births:
BMD - Births Jun Qtr 1890 - Woolley Ada Basford 7b 13_
Only this found - Too late? 
WOOLLEY Ada
 
469 Lived in:
Shipley (where Grandad (Walter Herbert Hallam) was brought up)
Jean Kirk has Marriage Certificate

Source Information: 1881: Dwelling High Lane Cottage Census Place West Hallam, Derby, England
Family History Library Film 1341811
Public Records Office Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 3392 / 93 Page Number 18
Name spelt - WOOLLY
Name Relation Marital Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
Joseph HARDY Head M Male 35 Bottesford, Leicester, England Ag Labourer
Harriet HARDY Wife M Female 39 Clifton, Nottingham, England Seamstress
John HARDY Son Male 14 Bottesford, Leicester, England Coal Miner
John WOOLLY Brother In Law M Male 51 Clifton, Nottingham, England Ag Lab
Arthur WOOLLY Step Son Male 16 Clifton, Nottingham, England Ag Lab

1891 Census (from Jean Kirk)
319, Cotmanhay Road, Ilkeston.
Aurthur Woolley Head 25
Emma (Emily?) Wife 23
Ada Daug 2
Joseph Son 1 (died early? No other record)

1901 Census: (Actually copied - NOT on 1901 Census pro guv!!)
Arthur Woolley Head 35 Gas Stoker Notts Clifton
Emily wife 33 Notts Radcliffe on Trent
Ada daug 12 Derbys Cotmanhay
Herbert Son 9
Harriett Daug 3
Emily Daug 1
Arthur Brandrick Lodger 25 Naving on Railway Staffs Stone


A few doors away 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 met Ada? 
WOOLLEY Arthur
 
470 Lived in 10 OR 12, Frinton Road, Broxtowe WOOLLEY Harriett
 
471 Grandad (William Herbert Hallam) lived withhis Uncle Herbert Woolley and his family at Shipley. Llandrillo,156, Hassock lane, Shipley. WOOLLEY Herbert
 
472 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
473 [Hallam 18 Jan 02.GED]

Dad is buried in Grave V 49, No 71. 
WRIGHT Roy
 
474 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
475 ABBR Claud Holling - cemetery markerQUAY 3 Source: Claud Holling - cemetery marker
 
476 ABBR Claud Holling - cemetery markerQUAY 3 Source: Claud Holling - cemetery marker
 
477 Claud is buried next to his sister Xemina and mother and father. Claud'sgrave does not have a headstone. Location of the grave is - grave 1 E1/2 lot 106 H. Source: Claud Holling - cemetery marker
 
478 Claud is buried next to his sister Xemina and mother and father. Claud'sgrave does not have a headstone. Location of the grave is - grave 1 E1/2 lot 106 H. Source: Claud Holling - cemetery marker
 
479 ABBR Edwin A. Wilde - Cemetery Marker Source: Edwin A. Wilde - Cemetery Marker
 
480 ABBR Emily F. Holling Saunders - Cemetery Marker Source: Emily F. Holling Saunders - Cemetery Marker
 
481 ABBR Emily F. Holling Saunders - Cemetery Marker Source: Emily F. Holling Saunders - Cemetery Marker
 
482 ABBR Emma Prosser Toone - Cemetery Marker Source: Emma Prosser Toone - Cemetery Marker
 
483 ABBR Emma Prosser Toone - Cemetery Marker Source: Emma Prosser Toone - Cemetery Marker
 
484 ABBR Hannah E. Toone Wilde - Cemetery Marker Source: Hannah E. Toone Wilde - Cemetery Marker
 
485 Hannah is buried next to her husband Edwin. Source: Hannah E. Toone Wilde - Cemetery Marker
 
486 ABBR Hannah Webb Toone - Cemetery Marker Source: Hannah Webb Toone - Cemetery Marker
 
487 ABBR Hannah Webb Toone - Cemetery Marker Source: Hannah Webb Toone - Cemetery Marker
 
488 ABBR Harriet G. Toone - Cemetery Marker Source: Harriet G. Toone - Cemetery Marker
 
489 ABBR Harriet G. Toone - Cemetery Marker Source: Harriet G. Toone - Cemetery Marker
 
490 ABBR Ida Mae Toone - Cemetery Marker Source: Ida Mae Toone - Cemetery Marker
 
491 ABBR Ida Mae Toone - Cemetery Marker Source: Ida Mae Toone - Cemetery Marker
 
492 Ida is buried next to her sister Lydia Maude. Source: Ida Mae Toone - Cemetery Marker
 
493 Ida is buried next to her sister Lydia Maude. Source: Ida Mae Toone - Cemetery Marker
 
494 ABBR Inez B. Toone - Cemetery Marker Source: Inez B. Toone - Cemetery Marker
 
495 ABBR Inez B. Toone - Cemetery Marker Source: Inez B. Toone - Cemetery Marker
 
496 ABBR J. Wilford Toone - Cemetery Marker Source: J. Wilford Toone - Cemetery Marker
 
497 ABBR J. Wilford Toone - Cemetery Marker Source: J. Wilford Toone - Cemetery Marker
 
498 ABBR Lawrence W. Toone - Cemetery Marker Source: Lawrence W. Toone - Cemetery Marker
 
499 ABBR Lawrence W. Toone - Cemetery Marker Source: Lawrence W. Toone - Cemetery Marker
 
500 ABBR Linda Ann Toone - Cemetery Marker Source: Linda Ann Toone - Cemetery Marker
 

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