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Messages - Darryl Nugent

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Canada Lookup Request / Re: Herbert Lewis Bibby
« on: Wednesday 01 April 20 10:18 BST (UK)  »
Hi All
A huge thanks to everyone who replied to my post. I now have a good idea of the brief life of Herbert when he emigrated to Canada. I think that, given the time from when he married to when he died, any children would be unlikely, although possible. I have also located his sister, who also emigrated to Canada a few years later. Both Herbert and his sister married Scots; perhaps there was a family link between Yorkshire and Scotland in the past.
Again, many thanks for all your help.
I have other queries about my family's Canada link which I will post separately one in particular which has perplexed me for a number of years.
Darryl Nugent

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Canada Lookup Request / Herbert Lewis Bibby
« on: Monday 30 March 20 20:30 BST (UK)  »
Looking for any information on Herbert Lewis Bibby (b.1884). Migrated to Canada in 1907 from Leeds UK. He died in 1913 and was buried in Montreal. I believe he married Mary Ann XXX. I would like to find the name of his wife and what happened to her after Herbert's premature death. Also did he have any children and what caused his death so young.
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks

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Yorkshire (East Riding & York) / Re: Albert Moore Pepper - Photographer
« on: Saturday 14 March 20 12:12 GMT (UK)  »
Hi
Thanks again. I plan to visit the east coast this summer and will make of point of visiting Woodlands. I suspect there may be others buried there.
Re the photos. I always try to have some photos/documents for each member on my family tree. It bring them to life rather than have bare details of a name and dates.
Any info of the "Ecclesfield" Peppers I have I am happy to share.
Thanks
Darryl

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Yorkshire (East Riding & York) / Re: Albert Moore Pepper - Photographer
« on: Monday 09 March 20 09:25 GMT (UK)  »
Hi
Thanks for the info and link. I would think that being a photographer at a holiday resort would have provided a good income. Do you know if the "Misses Pepper" mentioned in Bulmers were related to Alfred? I have also been trying to find out Alfred's whereabouts in the 1901 Census without any luck. Do you have any idea where he was?
In my previous reply I referred to Percy Kimberley Pepper d.1982; Rose Kathleen Pepper d.1986 as your parents - I should have said grandparents.
Darryl

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Yorkshire (East Riding & York) / Re: Albert Moore Pepper - Photographer
« on: Sunday 08 March 20 13:10 GMT (UK)  »
Hi
Thanks for your contact.
I am keen to find out more about the "Scarborough" Peppers, including Alfred Moore Pepper.
My link with the Pepper family is through my uncle, Arthur Nugent. Arthur married Mary Jane Pepper (Ginnie) in Ecclesfield, Yorkshire. Ginnie's great grandfather Robert Pepper  (1797-1841)was also Alfred Moore Pepper's grandfather. I understand that Alfred's father, Robert (1824-1893) was born in Wentworth, Rotherham and became a solicitor's clerk and move to Scarborough. I am keen to find out anything about this branch of the family especially where they are buried.
Robert Pepper d.1893; Charlotte (Fox) Pepper d.1884; Herbert Fox Pepper d.1895 Lancashire?; Percy Holden Pepper d.1878; Percy Kimberley Pepper d.1982; Rose Kathleen Pepper d.1986 (I assume that they were your parents?).
If you need any info on the Ecclesfield/Sheffield Peppers, I will share any I have.
Regards
Darryl Nugent

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Warwickshire / Monks Kirby MI
« on: Thursday 27 February 20 15:17 GMT (UK)  »
I am trying to get details of the headstone of relatives who are buried in St Edith's Monk Kirby.
Rev William Froggatt (b.1801) was buried in 1882 and his wife Jane (b.1797) in 1865. Also I believe his niece Margaret Lee is laid to rest with them. There may be others in the same grave.
If anyone living nearby could take a pic or a transcription of the MI, I would be most thankful.

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Alderney, Guernsey, Jersey, Sark / Re: Burial Locations - Guernsey
« on: Sunday 10 February 19 11:43 GMT (UK)  »
Hi Judith
I have found the place where your grandfather Henry Howard Clarke is buried. He was buried at All Saints Ecclesall, Sheffield on the 23 Jan 1948. I haven't located the exact grave yet since with more than 10,000 burials over 9 acres of ground, it will take some time. I will speak with the church warden when I am next in Sheffield.
Did you receive my email address so that we can exchange photos etc.?
I also found some of Howard's WW1 service records if you are interested.
Regards
Darryl

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Alderney, Guernsey, Jersey, Sark / Re: Burial Locations - Guernsey
« on: Monday 27 August 18 19:08 BST (UK)  »
Hi Judith
You are correct in much of your research.
The link between the Froggatts and Nugent began with the Masons. Mary Mason married Thomas Froggatt and her sister Jane Mason married my grandfather James Nugent. As you say the Masons were publicans running The Falstaffe Inn and The Locomotive pubs. They also worked in the cutlery industry.
Kay's aunt Kitty and uncle Tom were also my aunt and uncle. Kitty moved from Rotherham to Deal with her husband Charles Milner. Tom remained in Sheffield and lived near my home. Both visited Kay on many occasions. I don't recollect any Hudsons but Charles Milner's family had a musical instrument shop in Sheffield so there may be a link there.
I have tried to locate Howard Clarkes's grave in Sheffield but without success so far.
Thomas Froggatt's grandfather was an optician as were many members of the family. Thomas snr's brother Samuel invented new ways of grinding optical glass and moved to London to make his fortune.
I have PM'd you my email address so that we can exchange photos etc.

Regards
Darryl

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Alderney, Guernsey, Jersey, Sark / Re: Burial Locations - Guernsey
« on: Wednesday 22 August 18 13:27 BST (UK)  »
Thanks Sarah, I'll sit back and wait.

Darryl

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