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HALLAM John William[1]
Male 1884 -


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  • Birth  15 Jul 1884  Shipley, Nr Ilkeston, Derbyshire Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • 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
    Gender  Male 
    Died  1911 to 19?? WW1? Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • 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!

    Name:
    • Lived in Ilkeston.

      What happened to him and his wife Ada Woolley?
    Person ID  I0069  Hallam, Wilson, Crowder, Harris
    Last Modified  24 Apr 2008 

    Father  FEARN George,   b. 1867 
    Relationship  birth 
    Mother  HALLAM Mary Jane,   b. 1864 
    Relationship  birth 
    Married  7 Apr 1888  Cotmanhay, Derbyshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F030  Group Sheet

    Family  WOOLLEY Ada,   b. Between 1886 and 1890, BMD? Births Jun 1890 Woolley Ada Basford 7b 13_ Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  8 Dec 1906  Ebenezer Chapel, Awsworth Road, Ilkeston, Derbys. Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • 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 proffession 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.
    Children 
     1. Living
     2. Living
    >3. HALLAM Walter Herbert,   b. 13 Sep 1911, 121, Highbury Road, Bulwell, Nottingham, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Jan 1998, St.Andrews Lodge, Hucknall Road, Nottingham Find all individuals with events at this location
    Documents
    Marriage of John William Hallam to Ada Woolley 1906 at the Ebeneezer Chapel, Awsworth Road, Ilkeston.
    Marriage of John William Hallam to Ada Woolley 1906 at the Ebeneezer Chapel, Awsworth Road, Ilkeston.
    Status: Located
    Family ID  F029  Group Sheet

  • Documents
    FreeBMD Copy of image - Birth of John William Hallam - Births Sep 1884 
Hallam John William  Basford 7b 152
    FreeBMD Copy of image - Birth of John William Hallam - Births Sep 1884 Hallam John William Basford 7b 152
    Status: Located

  • Sources 
    1. [S01871] Hallam 18 Jan 02.GED, David Hallam.
      Date of Import: Jan 18, 2002



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