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ALFRETON - Villages and Hamlets, 1868
[Description(s) from The National Gazetteer (1868)]
"GREENHILL-LANE, a village and township in the parish of Alfreton, hundred of Scarsdale, county Derby, 2 miles S.E. of Alfreton. In 1749, several hundreds of Roman coins were found buried here."
"NETHER BIRCHWOOD, a hamlet in the parish of Alfreton, hundred of Scarsdale, in the county of Derby, 2 miles to the S.E. of Alfreton.


1891 Census at South Normanton: 
SIMPSON George (I0208)
 
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1881 Census: Is this correct???
PRO Ref: RG11 Piece / Folio 2681 / 14 Page Number 21
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
Samuel LLOYD Head W Male 74 Madeley, Shropshire, England Lab In Forge (Iron)
SOURCE: Dwelling New St Census Place Wrockwardine, Shropshire, England
Family History Library Film 1341642
 
LLOYD Samuel (I0295)
 
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BMD Site:
Marriages Dec Qtr 1838
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HALLAM Thomas Basford 15 879
SHORE Mary Basford 15 879
BUNNY DOES come under Basford!

Basford
Created 1st July 1837. Mainly in Nottinghamshire, but included parts of Derbyshire.
Sub-districts : Basford; Beeston; Bulwell; Carlton; Greasley; Hucknall Torkard; Ilkeston; Wilford.
GRO volumes : XV (1837-51); 7b (1852-1930).
Annesley, Arnold, Awsworth, Barton in Fabis, Basford (1837-99), Beeston, Bestwood Park (from 1877), Bilborough, Bradmore, Brinsley, Bulwell (1837-99), Bunny, Burton Joyce, Calverton, Carlton, Clifton with Glapton, Colwick, Cossall, Eastwood, Felley, Gamston, Gedling, Gotham, Greasley, Hucknall Torkard, Kimberley, Kirkby in Ashfield, Lambley, Linby, Newstead, North Wilford (1837-99), Nuthall, Papplewick, Ruddington, Selston, South Wilford, Standard Hill (1862-80), Stoke Bardolph, Strelley, Thrumpton, Trowell, West Bridgford, Wollaton, Woodborough.
Registers now in Basford, Nottingham, Rushcliffe, Mansfield, Ilkeston and East Retford districts.
 
Family: HALLAM Thomas / SHORE Mary (F168)
 
4At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0136)
 
5
Possibly born in Hollow Farm, Oxcroft, Stanfree.
Later in life he lived like a tramp, travelling around all over area.
Died at Southwell Workhouse.

1881 Census: Public Records Office Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 3439 / 4 Page Number 2
Family History Library Film 1341822
Dwelling High Street Census Place Bolsover, Derby, England
Name Marital Gender Age Birthplace Occupation
John CROWDER M Male 36 B Bolsover Bricklayer
Mary CROWDER M Female 30 Bolsover
Aaron CROWDER U Male 11 Bolsover Scholar
Ada CROWDER Female 8 Bolsover Scholar
John CROWDER Male 6 Bolsover Scholar
Lith CROWDER U Male 5 Bolsover School Boy
Beatrice CROWDER Female 5 m Bolsover

1901 Census: Peice: 3254 Foilio: 12 Chesterfield, Bolsover, Dbys
John Crowder Male 54 1847 Bricklayer Derbys Bolsover
Mary Crowder Female 53 1848 Derbys Bolsover
Leith Crowder 26 1875 Bricklayer Derbys Bolsover
Percy Crowder Male 19 1882 Bricklayer Derbys Bolsover
Polly Crowder Female 14 1887 Derbys Bolsover
Oliver Crowder Male 13 1888 Derbys Bolsover
Percy Crowder Male 6 1895 Derbys Bolsover 
CROWDER John (I0076)
 
6 Census: 1881:
Source Information:LDS:
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 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

1901 Census Extract: Shipley, Derbys
Joseph Hardy Male 57 1844 Foreman Gas Works Leicester Bottesford
Harriet Hardy Female 62 1839 Notts Clifton

Also son John nearby:
John Hardy Male 34 1867 Gas Stoker Leicester Bottesford
Ada Hardy Female 32 1869 Notts Clifton
John Hardy Male 6 1895 Derbys Shipley

Also John Woolley in Clifton:
John Woolley Male 72 1829 Road Man To District Councel Nottingham Clifton
Lilia Woolley Female 69 1832 Leicester Long Whatton

Also found on 1901 Census Extract: (same page as John Hallam)
William Woolley Head 36 Coalminer, Loader born Clifton Nottingham
with wife Sarah A and 5 Children
ANY LINKS?? 
HARDY Joseph (I0701)
 
712 aug 1908 No:253
Walter Lunn 23 Miner Shuttlewood James Lunn labourer
Mary elizabeth Crowder 21 Do John Crowder farmer
Witnesses; Oliver crowder & Beatrice Leivers 
Family: LUNN Walter / CROWDER Mary Elizabeth (Polly?) (F135)
 
817 Mar 1879 Christ Church
Robert Linager 30 W Miner Hea John Linager (dec) Labourer
Hannah Hallam 21 S Shi John Hallam Under viewer
Wit: John Hallam Bethia Hallam
 
LINAGER Robert (I0612)
 
91841 Census at Mapperley
William Moon 37, Shoe Maker Derbyshire
Martha 37, Do
George 15
William 14
John 11
Rebecca 9
Isaac 6 
MOON William (I1026)
 
101871 census for Tupton
3 Rose Terrace -Joseph Harris Head-----Mar-----46----CoalMiner-----Salap. Abby Forest
Mary A Harris Wife-----Mar-------35------------------------Ditto. Brosley
Mary J Harris Daur ---------------12------Scholar-------Staffordshire--Mosley Hole
Betsy Harris Daur ----------------8--------Dito ----------Ditto. Willenhall
Robert Harris Son------------------3---------Dito ----------Ditto. Potteries
Richard Harris Son -----------------6 months--------------Derbyshire. Tupton

Source Information: 1881
Dwelling 506 Clay Cross Blocks Census Place Shirland, Derby, England
Family History Library Film 1341820
PRO Ref: RG11 Piece / Folio 3429 / 55 Page Number 21

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
Joseph HARRIS Head M Male 38 Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England Coal Miner
Mary A. HARRIS Wife M Female 44 Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
Robert HARRIS Son U Male 17 Stoke, Stafford, England Coal Miner
Richard HARRIS Son U Male 11 N Tupton, Derby, England Scholar
Ellen HARRIS Daur U Female 8 Clay Cross, Derby, England Scholar
Joseph HARRIS Son U Male 6 Clay Cross, Derby, England Scholar

1891 Census at South St, South Normanton: 
HARRIS Joseph (I0209)
 
111871 census for Tupton
3 Rose Terrace -Joseph Harris Head-----Mar-----46----CoalMiner-----Salap. Abby Forest
Mary A Harris Wife-----Mar-------35------------------------Ditto. Brosley
Mary J Harris Daur ---------------12------Scholar-------Staffordshire--Mosley Hole
Betsy Harris Daur ----------------8--------Dito ----------Ditto. Willenhall
Robert Harris Son------------------3---------Dito ----------Ditto. Potteries
Richard Harris Son -----------------6 months--------------Derbyshire. Tupton 
LLOYD Mary A (I0212)
 
121881 Census - POSSIBILITY??
Dwelling The Common Cottage
Census Place West Hallam, Derby, England
Family History Library Film 1341811
PRO Ref: RG11 Piece / Folio 3392 / 89 Page No 9

Name Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation
John MOON M Male 51 West Hallam, Derby, England Coal Miner
Amelia MOON M Female 43 West Hallam, Derby, England Dressmaker
George MOON U Male 23 West Hallam, Derby, England Bricklayer
Thomas MOON Male 15 West Hallam, Derby, England Coal Miner
Julia H. MOON Female 12 West Hallam, Derby, England Scholar
Elizabeth MOON Female 9 West Hallam, Derby, England Scholar
Minnie BLOODWORTH Female 7 Bedford, Bedford, England Scholar  
MOON John (I1017)
 
131881 Census Place: Ilkeston, Derbys. Source: FHL Film 1341793 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3325 Folio 113 Page 29
Dwelling: 52 Primrose Hill
Mary FEARN W 38 F Ilkeston, Derby, England Rel: Head
John FEARN U 17 M Ilkeston, Derby, England Rel: Son Occ: Coal Miner
Ruth FEARN U 16 F Ilkeston, Derby, England Rel: Daur Occ: Lace Clipper
George FEARN 14 M Ilkeston, Derby, England Rel: Son Occ: Coal Miner
Joseph FEARN 7 M Ilkeston, Derby, England Rel: Son Occ: Scholar
Sarah Jane FEARN 6 F Ilkeston, Derby, England Rel: Daur Occ: Scholar
Millicent FEARN 6 mths F Ilkeston, Derby, England Rel: Daur Occ: Infant

AND Family History Library Film 1341793
Got Elisha Fearn as Buried on 13 Nov 1880 - Died year before!
Also got Christening of Elisha of Elisha & Mary Fearn Cotmanhay, Miner on 5 Feb 1873. AND Burial of Elisha 23 Feb 1877. aged 4.
ALSO another ELISHA Fearn Cotmanhay died 5 May 1878 aged 9 Months!

Christening of Millicent of Elisha & Mary Fearn Cotmanhay, Miner on 31 July 1881. 
FEARN Elisha (I0676)
 
141881 Census Place: Ilkeston, Derbys. Source: FHL Film 1341793 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 3325 Folio 113 Page 29
Dwelling: 52 Primrose Hill
Mary FEARN W 38 F Ilkeston, Derby, England Rel: Head
John FEARN U 17 M Ilkeston, Derby, England Rel: Son Occ: Coal Miner
Ruth FEARN U 16 F Ilkeston, Derby, England Rel: Daur Occ: Lace Clipper
George FEARN 14 M Ilkeston, Derby, England Rel: Son Occ: Coal Miner
Joseph FEARN 7 M Ilkeston, Derby, England Rel: Son Occ: Scholar
Sarah Jane FEARN 6 F Ilkeston, Derby, England Rel: Daur Occ: Scholar
Millicent FEARN 6 mths F Ilkeston, Derby, England Rel: Daur Occ: Infant

Got Elisha Fearn as Buried on 13 Nov 1880 - Died year before!
Also got Christening of Elisha of Elisha & Mary Fearn Cotmanhay, Miner on 5 Feb 1873. AND Burial of Elisha 23 Feb 1877. aged 4.
ALSO another ELISHA Fearn Cotmanhay died 5 May 1878 aged 9 Months!

Christening of Millicent of Elisha & Mary Fearn Cotmanhay, Miner on 31 July 1881.

1891 Census: RG12 2664
40, Bridge Street, Ilkeston.
George Fearn Head 24 Coal Miner Ilkeston
Mary Jane Fearn Wife 27
John W H(allam) Son 6 Scholar Shipley
Cisley Neice 5 Ilkeston

1901 Census: RG13 3148
30, Stratford Street, Ilkeston
George Fearn Head 34 Coal Hewer Derbys Ilkeston
Mary Jane Wife 37 Derbys Ilkeston
Jno Wm H Son 16 Coal Hewer Derbys Shipley
Ged Son 8 Derbys Ilkeston
John?? Son 5 Derbys Ilkeston 
FEARN George (I0558)
 
151881 Census:
Source Information: Dwelling 5 Main Street Census Place Mapperley, Derby, England
Family History Library Film 1341816 PRO Ref RG11 Piece / Folio 3410 / 29 Page Number 7

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
George MOON Head M Male 56 Stanley, Derby, England Druggist & Grocer
Eliza E. MOON Wife M Female 51 Little Hallam, Derby, England
Arthur H. MOON Son U Male 18 Mapperley, Derby, England School Master  
MOON George (I0007)
 
161881 Census: Place Bolsover, Derby
Public Records Office Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 3439 / 33 Page Number 9
Family History Library Film 1341822

Dwelling Shuttlewood Bolsover
Name Relation Marital Gender Age Birthplace Occupation
George CROWDER Head M Male 29 Bolsover, Derby, England Coalminer
Lydia CROWDER Wife M Female 36 Bolsover, Derby, England  
CROWDER George (I0638)
 
171881 Census: PRO Ref: RG11 Piece / Folio 3382 / 81 Page Number 10:
Source Information: Dwelling: Shepherds Cottage Census Place: Cotgrave, Nottingham, England
Family History Library Film 1341808

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
John WHITE Head M Male 68 Ratcliffe, Nottingham, England Ac Lab
Caroline WHITE Wife M Female 41 Ratcliffe, Nottingham, England Washerwoman
Clara WHITE Dau Female 5 Ratcliffe, Nottingham, England Scholar
Emily CAUNT Neice Female 12 Ratcliffe, Nottingham, England Scholar
Arthur WHITE Grandson Male 2 Cotgrave  
CAUNT Emily (I0023)
 
181881 Census: Census Place Bolsover, Derby, England Family History Library Film 1341822
Public Records Office Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 3439 / 8 Page Number 10
Dwelling High St
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
George CROWDER Head M Male 57 Mansfield, Nottingham, England Ag Lab
Ann CROWDER Wife M Female 57 Derby, England
Francis CROWDER Son M Male 25 Bolsover Ag Lab
Eliza CROWDER Daur U Female 22 Bolsover School Mistress
Elizabeth CROWDER Daur Female 20 Bolsover  
CROWDER George (I0636)
 
191881 Census: PRO Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 3391 / 33 Page Number 7
Family History Library Film 1341810
Census Place Stanton By Dale, Derby, England
Dwelling 17 Lilock Rd
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
David PARKER Head M Male 64 Stanton By Dale, Derby, England Cottager
Mary PARKER Wife M Female 64 Lambley, Nottingham, England
Arthur PARKER Son U Male 28 Stanton By Dale, Derby, England Commercial Clerk
Clara PARKER Daur U Female 30 Stanton By Dale, Derby, England

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 Clare Hallam died march 1 1895
Slate upright - East corner.
Register of Deaths 1st Quarter March 1895 Page 171
Clara, 43, Basford Vol: 7b Page 107
 
PARKER Clara (I0613)
 
201881 Census: PRO Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 3391 / 33 Page Number 7
Family History Library Film 1341810
Census Place Stanton By Dale, Derby, England
Dwelling 17 Lilock Rd
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
David PARKER Head M Male 64 Stanton By Dale, Derby, England Cottager
Mary PARKER Wife M Female 64 Lambley, Nottingham, England
Arthur PARKER Son U Male 28 Stanton By Dale, Derby, England Commercial Clerk
Clara PARKER Daur U Female 30 Stanton By Dale, Derby, England  
PARKER David (I0978)
 
211881 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 (I0603)
 
221901 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, Piavé, 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 (I0653)
 
231901 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 (I1070)
 
241901 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. (I1012)
 
251901 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 (I0621)
 
261901 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. (I1000)
 
271901 Census Extract: Ilkeston
George Hallam Male 21 1880 Coal Miner Hewer Derbyshire Ilkeston
Mary Hallam Female 22 1879 Derbyshire Ilkeston 
HALLAM George (I0690)
 
281901 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 (I0731)
 
291901 Census: Nottingham,
Horace Hallam Hallam Horace Male 22 1879 Engine Cleaner Leices Swannington 
HALLAM Horace C. (I1001)
 
301901 Census: RG13 3151
8 Taylor Street, Ilkeston
Frederick J Kirk Head 24 Framework Knitter Hosiery Derbys Ilkeston
Annie Wife 24 Leics Shepshed
Redvers J Son 1 Derbys Ilkeston
Annie Daur 1 Mth Derbys Ilkeston  
KIRK Frederick (I0705)
 
317 Apr 1888 Cotmanhay Church
George Fearn 20 Batchelor Miner Cotmanhay Father: Elisha Fearn (dec) Miner
Mary Jane Hallam 24 Spin Cotmanhay Father: John Hallam Publican
Witness: Samuel Hallam Louisa Beer 
Family: FEARN George / HALLAM Mary Jane (F030)
 
327 Jul 1889 Samuel Hallam 22 B Guard Shipley John Hallam Inn keeper
Louisa Beer 21 S Shipley William Beer Miner
Witnesses Herbert Hallam Mary Ann Beer 
Family: HALLAM Samuel / BEER Louisa (F127)
 
339 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 (I0605)
 
349 June 1832, Thomas Hallam and Hannah Moon were married at Kirk Hallam, with witnesses Maria Moon (Sister) and Joseph Smedley Family: HALLAM Thomas / MOON Hannah (F123)
 
35?? ELIZABETH HENSHAW
Christening: 31 MAR 1872 Cotmanhay, Derby, England
Parents:
Father: JOHN HENSHAW
Mother: SARAH
5/11/03 Found link to a site http://www.rawbw.com/~hinshaw/cgi-bin/id?2181 
HENSHAW Elizabeth (I0569)
 
36ABBR Claud Holling - cemetery markerQUAY 3 Source (S01740)
 
37ABBR Edwin A. Wilde - Cemetery Marker Source (S01794)
 
38ABBR Emily F. Holling Saunders - Cemetery Marker Source (S01817)
 
39ABBR Emma Prosser Toone - Cemetery Marker Source (S01825)
 
40ABBR Hannah E. Toone Wilde - Cemetery Marker Source (S01877)
 
41ABBR Hannah Webb Toone - Cemetery Marker Source (S01886)
 
42ABBR Harriet G. Toone - Cemetery Marker Source (S01893)
 
43ABBR Ida Mae Toone - Cemetery Marker Source (S01959)
 
44ABBR Inez B. Toone - Cemetery Marker Source (S01968)
 
45ABBR J. Wilford Toone - Cemetery Marker Source (S02001)
 
46ABBR Lawrence W. Toone - Cemetery Marker Source (S02053)
 
47ABBR Linda Ann Toone - Cemetery Marker Source (S02060)
 
48ABBR Lydia Maude Toone - Cemetery Marker Source (S02067)
 
49ABBR Marcus W F Holling - cemetery markerQUAY 3 Source (S02076)
 
50ABBR Marcus W Holling - cemetery markerQUAY 3 Source (S02091)
 

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