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101 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 (I1079)
 
102 Hannah is buried next to her husband Edwin. Source (S01877)
 
103 Hannah LEE
Sex: F

Marriage(s):
Spouse: George SIMPSON
Marriage: 9 Feb 1867
Alfreton, Derby, England

Source Information:
Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type Printout Call No. Type
M046274 -1855 1041621 Film 6900044 Film
 
Family: SIMPSON George / LEE Hannah (F078)
 
104 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 (I0711)
 
105 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 (I0714)
 
106 Hello,
I have typed the bio which Camille Wilde sent to me on Edwin Albert Wilde & wife Hannah Elizabeth Toone. I'll copy / paste here for you. Hope there are not too many typing errors. I assume Camille wrote this but it is not signed so I do not really know for sure.

More later.

Pat & Bill Holling

Hannah Elizabeth Toone & Edwin Albert Wilde



The third girl was born to the Toone family on May 11, 1870. She was named hannah Elizabeth Toone.

She too, grew up and received her early education in Croydon. Elizabeth or Lizzie as she was called had a happy disposition and was always concerned with others. She was a very good homemaker.

During this time many miles away in Hilltop, Greasley, Eastwood, Nottingham England a son was born to Edwin and Anna Bradley Wilde on September 15, 1870. It is hard to imagine in that day and age that two people so far apart in miles could ever meet and fall in love and live happily in marriage for over 50 years, but it did happen.

Edwin Albert along with his parents and brother George Herbert and sister Anna Marie (Annie Fister) came to America and first settled in Como, Colorado. Little Edwin was seven years old at this timem.

Edwin’s occupation in England had been a coal miner, so that brought them to this little minning town. He found employment there. Father Wilde took out his naturalization papers at the Fairplay Court House as it was the county seat of Park County, Colorado. That is when he added the "E" to the Wilde name.

He remembered John Hopkin who converted and baptized him in England to the L.D.S. church and decided to go to Croydon and visit him. He fell in love with the Lost Creek and Croydon area and decided to plant his roots here.

We the posterity should always be grateful for his wise judgement for this move.

Edwin Albert and Hannah Elizabeth (Lizzie) were married on May 19, 1892 in Croydon, Utah. They were later endowed on June 3, 1903. They were both 22 years old.

Elizabeth worked very hard to "Make Ends Meet" (an old saying). Besides the household tasks she helped with the farm work and the animals. Often she helped with the hay harvest too. She always took the lantern at night and went out checking the gates and seeing if the animals were alright.

Their first baby died while they were living in Almy, Wyoming. Edwin had found employment working in the coal mines. He brought his baby boy to Croydon in a wagon . He stopped in Echo Canyon at the home of Tom Moore for the night. He was so very grateful for the hospitality shown to him as he was almost frozen himself. The baby was buried in the Croydon Cemetery.

They later moved back to Croydon to make their home.

Their other children were Lawrence Dare, Ann Marie, Altha Leola, another still born boy, Marcus Reed Toone, and Elizabeth (Bessie).

All of Lizzies babies were large and she suffered very ahrd births.

Edwin, George, (His brother) and father were partners up Lost Creek on a ranch located in Gildersleeve Canyon. He sold out to his father and brother for the ground in Croydon.

A very worrisome time occurred when their young son, Reed became critically ill. It was thought to be Meningitis. Many eyars later a Dr. Charles M. Swindler said "Not so, you had Polio." He could tell by the X-Rays that Reed had been taken for another condition that he was suffering with. He did recover though after many day of unconsciousness and left with paralysis in his legs. His folks nursed him back to health. He had to learn to walk again, as he was about five years old at this time. It was simply a miracle as there was little known medical facts on the disease of Poliomyelitis (Polio). His legs were never really stong again in his life time. He lived to be 93 and ½ years of age.

This family raised two foster chidlren Echo Beery Boyce and Chester (Chink) Beery. They were brother and sister and were the step children of their daughter marie.

Grandmother and Grandfather may not have had all the conveniences that others had but they were truly happy.

Lizzie’s health began to fail as she had had diabetes for many years. This disease causes other complications.

It was decided that she shopuld spend the winter of 1947-48 with her daughter althea and Bill Branch in Ogden. While there she suffered a fall and broke her hip. She had good care and was admitted to the Dee Hospital. She passed away March 31, 1948 while she was hospitalized.

Grandfather spent nine lonely years without her. He loved her dearly and always spoke so kindly and respectfully of his dear wife.

Edwin kept working very hard. He loved to irrigate over the creek on a little piece of hay ground. He loved to read. His love for the Big League Baseball games made him so happy evevn if it were only to listen on the radio.

He suffered much with his eye sight because of the Cataracts that had formed there. He was operated on but had to wear very thick lenses after that. (It is very much different now as the doctors put in an implant lense and it has really become a simple operation.)

He went to a Bull sale in Octobver of 1957 and caught a cold. He really was sick with it. He suffered a few little mini strokes and went to stay with Aunt althea.

He passed away at her home in Ogden on November 14, 1957. He had a very good funeral with beautiful tributes paid to him.

Grandpa was a very bright man with a brillant mind and memory. He was a very good vet by taking a correspondence course. He saved many an animal for people in Croydon and the surrounding areas. He also assisted with medical advice and helped to deliver some babies in Croydon.

He had the most interesting stories to tell of the early days in Croydon. Some were humorous and others were sad. He was fun to be around and listen to. We really missed him.

[Hollingg.ged]

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
WILDE Edwin Albert (I0497)
 
107 Hello,
This is copy / paste of the bio which Camille Wilde sent to me for George Herbert Wilde & his wife Nettie Toone. Once again, this is probably written by Camille but it is not signed.

More later.

Pat & Bill Holling

Nettie Toone and George Herbert Wilde



The sixth child and fourth daughter was born to the Toone’s on August 4, 1876 in Croydon, Morgan County, Utah. She was named Nettie.

Nettie spent her growing up years and received her early education in Croydon. She was baptized September 27, 1884 probably in Lost Creek as others before her had done.

We assume that she too, like some of her older siblings went to salt Lake City for visits with relatives and possible to find work and to further her education.

She had been acquainted with George Herbert Wilde as they both grew up in Croydon. They were married April 19, 1907 in Croydon, Utah. They later received their endowments and were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple on December 21, 1932.

George wa a brother to edwin Albert Wilde. The two marrying sisters made their children double cousins. (this situation can also simplify their lines of genealogy)

George was born in Hilltop, Nottinghamshire, England on September 8, 1872 and came with his parents, Ediwn and Ann Bradley Wilde and family consisting of brother Edwin Albert and sister Annie Mariah (Fister). Baby Mary died and was buried in England.

They first settled in Como, colorado and then on to Croydon. We give thanks to a good friend, John Hopkin who converted this family in England and encouraged them to come to America. It is because of him that Edwin brought his family to Croydon. They fell in love with this valley and decided to stay.

George was baptized October 20, 1880 in Croydon and also received his early education in the schools here.

The Wilde father and his two sons were partners in a Ranch located in the mouth of Giuldersleeve Canyon in Lost Creek. Later the partnership of this ranch dissolved and Nettie and George moved to Salt Lake City.

George had a very brilliant mind. He could figure math problems in his head.

While he was employed at Kennecott Copper Company he waws accidentally struck on the head by a crane. He never fully recovered form this injury. At times he would suffer with memory loss.

He came to visit Edwin on day and saw what a struggle his brother was having to cut rafters for a small cow barn. He said, "Here let me do it for you." It was no hard task for him. He knew the exact pitch for the rafters, thus saving Edwin much anxiety and frustration, and was very much appreciated. Nettie was a beautiful woman, a very good homemaker, wife, and mother. During the depression they would visit their relatives in Croydon. Lizzie and edwin Albert would give them eggs, butter, bacon, raspberries, apples, rubarb, vegetables and milk. The things that they could raise on their ranch.

We need to be reminded that during the depression people were very poor. Work and money were "hard to come by".

Sometimes the city folk thought the country folk were better off and maybe they were. It was very "Hard Times" for all.

They had the following children: Phillip Toone, James Ernest, Grand Herbert and a daughter Melvia (Bettie) Toone Wilde (Bills).

Nettie passed away on March 18, 1941 in a Salt Lake Hospital from a lingering illness. She was in her 65th year.

At that time she was survived by two sisters, Elisabeth Wilde, of Croydon, Utah and Georgianna Condie of Ogden, Utah, two brothers, James Melvin of Buhl, Idaho and Charles Jabez of Sunset, Utah.

She was also survived by her husband, George and the four children, Grant Herbert and James Ernest of Salt Lake City, Phillip Toone Wilde of Spokane, Washington and a daughter Bettie Bills of Philadelphia Pennsylvania. She was living there while her husband was attending Medical school.

At the time of Nettie’s death George and she were living at 458 Marion Street in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Bettie died quite young of Cancer.

Once day a knock came at my door. A fine looking man wanted to know the location of thei family. He said he was a very good friend of the family and an old admirer of Bettie. He said that she was a very beautiful sweet person. I couldn’t be much help to him as I was the only one home and I didn’t know the family.

George was a widower for about five years after Nettie passed away. He died May 2, 1946 and was buried May 6, 1946. Reed Jr. took Grandpa Edwin Albert to Salt Lake City to attend his brothers funeral. He was buried in the Salt Lake City, Utah Cemetery by his wife.

[Hollingg.ged]

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
WILDE George Herbert (I0498)
 
108 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 (I0566)
 
109 Holy Trinity, Cotmanhay
13 Sep 1890 Herbert Hallam 22 B Miner Ilk John Hallam Inn keeper
Elizabeth Henshaw 19 S Cot J John Henshaw Miner
Witnesses John Hallam Bethia Hallam 
Family: HALLAM Herbert / HENSHAW Elizabeth (F128)
 
110 Home of Grandma & Grandad Hallam
Walter Hallam & Pam Crowder
13, Aslockton drive, Nottingham
Lat: 52°58'38.81"N
Long: 1°11'19.84"W
Now been knocked down and updated from the post war "prefab". Which Grandma did not want! 
CROWDER Pamela Francis (I0302)
 
111 http://homepage.ntlworld.com/sherwoodoutlaw/pinxtongrooms.htm
Lower down under Simpsons is: TOO EARLY
SIMPSON John of South Normanton MARRIED Elizabeth Gent of South Normanton 18/05/1703

South Normanton General Register -
Baptism 1792 June 18 Lydia Daughter of Jn & Elizh Simpson

Also:
1787 April 21 Mary Daughter of Jn & Elizh Simpson
1788 Dec 19 Wm son of Jn & Elizh Simpson
1790 Sep 1 Ann Daughter of Jn & Elizh Simpson
1794 Feb 12 Sarah Daughter of Jn & Elizh Simpson
ALSO:
1795 Burial Sarah Daughter of Jn & Elizh Simpson 
SIMPSON John (I0342)
 
112 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 (I0069)
 
113 Ida is buried next to her sister Lydia Maude. Source (S01959)
 
114 IGI = Batch: M139172 1886 - 1895 Source: 1042032
DAVID DERBYSHIRE
Marriage: 26 MAY 1858 Holy Trinity, Mapperley, Derby, England
Father: JOHN DERBYSHIRE Family
Wife: ELIZA HALLAM
Father: THOMAS HALLAM 
Family: DERBYSHIRE David / HALLAM Eliza (F236)
 
115 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 (I0737)
 
116 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 (I0736)
 
117 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 (I1079)
 
118 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 (I0738)
 
119 Kirk Hallam Parish Registers 1813 to 1901:
April 23 1820 Thomas son of Thomas & Mary Moon Mapperley Blacksmith Thos Williamson - Vicar 
MOON Thomas (I1020)
 
120 LDS:
Nettie TOONE (AFN: 18N1-PD) Pedigree Sex: F Family
Event(s):
Birth: 4 Aug 1876 Croydon, Morgan, Ut
Death: 18 Mar 1941 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Ut
Burial: 23 Mar 1941 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Ut

Parents:
Father: William Henry TOONE (AFN: 18N0-MW) Family
Mother: Hannah WEBB (AFN: 18N0-N3)

Marriage(s):
Spouse: George Herbert WILDE (AFN: 3S77-GT) Family
Marriage: 29 Apr 1907 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Ut
[Hollingg.ged]

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996. 
TOONE Nettie (I0669)
 
121 Lincolnshire Archives
Broxholme Burials: 1882 Elizabeth Robinson Broxholme 16 Jan 1882 57 years A.M.Baynham-Rector 
ELIZABETH (I0746)
 
122 Lincolnshire Archives
Broxholme Burials: 1902 Thomas Robinson Broxholme 5 May 1902 81 years W.H.Gooch Rector 
ROBINSON Thomas (I0745)
 
123 Live in Northampton WINTHROPE Dianne (I0620)
 
124 Lived at: 60, Shuttlewood Road, Bolsover, Derbys.
23, Church Road, Stanfree, Bolsover. S44 6
Killed on a Motorbike at Hillstown Crossings, Bollsover. Wife Edith May on back, but was ok.
Buried at Bolsover Cemetary. Thro gates, 20yds past tree, RHS, 20 yds.
M.I. - Percy Crowder. Accidentally killed Feb 23 1953, Aged 57 Years.
A dear Wife and mother, Edith May Crowder, Died 11 May 1986, Aged 86 years.
Also, His dear Daughter Kathleen, who died April 20 1933, aged 13.
Kathleen died of dropsy.
 
CROWDER Percy (I0067)
 
125 Lived in 10 OR 12, Frinton Road, Broxtowe WOOLLEY Harriett (I0352)
 
126 Lived in Ilkeston.

What happened to him and his wife Ada Woolley? 
HALLAM John William (I0069)
 
127 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0575)
 
128 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 (I0363)
 
129 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: HARTSHORNE Eric / Living (F132)
 
130 Lost an eye in an accident with a horse. GASCOYNE Mary (I0077)
 
131 Lydia is buried next to her sister Ida Mae. Source (S02067)
 
132 Marcus is buried next to his wife , Sarah and children - Xemina andClaud. Location of his grave is - grave 4 E 1/2 lot 107 H. Source (S02076)
 
133 Marcus is buried next to his wife Martha . Location of the grave is -Section G grave 1545 9 rows in from street behind/between curb marker 4. Source (S02091)
 
134 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. 
Family: HALLAM John William / WOOLLEY Ada (F029)
 
135 Melvin's grave does not have a headstone. Location is grave 4 W1/2 lot143 H. Source (S02138)
 
136 Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
Isaac MOON Head M Male 46 Mapperley, Derby, England Shoemaker
Mary MOON Wife M Female 45 Cotmanhay, Derby, England
John MOON Son U Male 25 Mapperley, Derby, England Coal Miner


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Source Information:
Dwelling 2 Main Street
Census Place Mapperley, Derby, England
Family History Library Film 1341816
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 3410 / 28
Page Number 6  
MOON Isaac (I1019)
 
137 Notts FHS Database:
Notts Baptism.Place DATE BORN CNAME FNAME MNAME FSURN
MANSFIELD St Peter 17/04/1791 Elizabeth Abel Mary SMITH

At the time of her death the family were 
SMITH Elizabeth (I0059)
 
138 On his son Thomas register, he was stated to be a blacksmith
April 23 1820 Thomas son of Thomas & Mary Moon Mapperley Blacksmith Thos Williamson - Vicar 
MOON Thomas (I1041)
 
139 Page 137
Where Married Bolsover Parish Church by Banns
No 273 14th Aug 1865
Name Age Condition Profession Address Fathers Name Fathers Profession
JOHN CROWDER 20 Bachelor Labourer Bolsover George Crowder Labourer
MARY GASCOYNE 20 Spinster Bolsover John GASCOYNE Sweep
Witnesses William Dawson. Elizabeth Dawson 
Family: CROWDER John / GASCOYNE Mary (F027)
 
140 Page 36
where Married By Banns in The parish of Bolsover
No: 72 2nd Dec 1844
Name Age Cond Profession Address Fathers Name Fathers Profession
GEORGE CROWDER FULL Bachelor Labourer Bolsover FRANCIS CROWDER Labourer
ANNE COUPE FULL Spinster Bolsover BENJAMIN COUPE S??cking Maker
Witnesses Henry Mellors, Mary Anne Coupe. All signed with a cross X 
Family: CROWDER George / COUPE Ann (F033)
 
141 Page 41, No.121 Banns of Marriage Book, Parish Church, Cotmanhay. Held at Matlock FHS record Office.
From Jean, David Kirk & Marian

Christ Church Cotmanhay, April 11 1887.
Arthur Woolley 22 Gotham Joseph Hardy (stepfather)
& Emily Caunt 20 Ruddington
Witness: Emma Walker & John Hardy
Vicar: E.T. Stiaton Fowler. 
Family: WOOLLEY Arthur / CAUNT Emily (F007)
 
142 PKirk Hallam Parish Register 1813 to 1901:
March 8, 1818 Thomas The base born son of Sarah Moon Mapperley Servant 
MOON Thomas (I1029)
 
143 please goto Lane family Tree:
http://www.tree.familyhistory.uk.com/fplane.php 
Family: TREE See LANE / TREE See LANE (F242)
 
144 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 (I0176)
 
145 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 (I0168)
 
146 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 (I0166)
 
147 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0074)
 
148 Poss Mariage: Source: 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 
Family: WILSON Thomas / SMITH Elizabeth (F023)
 
149 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 (I1136)
 
150 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 (I0723)
 

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