Questions tagged [nottinghamshire]

For questions about the county of Nottinghamshire in the East Midlands of England, commonly abbreviated "Notts."

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How can I strengthen my identification of Luke Hallam and his wife Ann in 18th century Nottinghamshire?

My ancestors John Brooks and Ann Hallam married in November 1798 in Clifton with Glapton, Nottinghamshire. The couple had 8 children baptised between 1800 and 1813. (All sources except where specified ...
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Who raised two orphaned children in 1765?

A mother died 11 January 1765, two weeks after the baptism of two children. Her gravestone refers to leaving two children and a friend. One source (local history group) says father died in the same ...
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Interpreting the year a 16th century will was written?

How would you interpret the year this 16th century Nottinghamshire will was written, and why? yeare of our lorde god one thousande .......................... The year is not as I expected based on ...
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Who was in Edingley Cricket Club in 1920?

I have a photo of Edingley Cricket Club from Nottinghamshire in 1920 (helpfully the photo is titled and dated). I would like to attempt to identify the people in the photograph. Might there be a list ...
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Locating records of a man employed by Rufford Abbey for 70 years?

Rufford Abbey, early 20th century, photo credit ruffLives I have an ancestor who appears to have been employed at Rufford Abbey in Nottinghamshire his entire life. When he died aged about 87 in 1850, ...
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What records of smallpox vaccination exist?

Over on the History of Science & Mathematics site I asked a question about what vaccinations infants recieved in late nineteenth century England. I learned that smallpox vaccination became ...
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Receiving medical care at Nottingham General Hospital in the 1830s?

I have two ancestors who I know were patients at Nottingham General Hospital. One ancestor died at the hospital in 1835. The other was there at the time of the 1841 census, and died at home a few ...
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What kind of a place name or institution is 'Mansfield Statutes'?

In transcribing an 1825 Settlement Examination from Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, the following line appears to read: William Brough "then hired at Mansfield Statutes to Mr. Milward of Epperstone for a ...
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Married couple presented for fornication in Nottinghamshire (1631)?

I have been searching for a marriage for Peter Allicocke and Ann. Peter and Ann had five children: Mary (1631), Elizabeth (1634), Peter (1637), Francis (1641), and Edward (1645-1662). The four ...