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Lincolnshire / Re: Surname Newbold
« on: Thursday 25 November 21 14:22 GMT (UK)  »
Event Type   Baptism
Name   Joseph Newbold
Baptism Date   1 Aug 1869
Baptism Place   Belton, Leicestershire, England, United Kingdom
Baptism Place (Original)   Leicestershire,England,Belton
Religion   Anglican
Father's Name   Charles
Mother's Name   Mary
Record Number   GBPRS/LEICS/BAP/01058429

Belton's registration District is Loughborough so North Leicestershire and looking at census both parents are Belton born. Charles parents were Robert/Drucilla (nee Pare or Par)both born c1791 in Leicestershire and married in Belton  in 1813 and in the 1841 living in Belton.... so it seems they were established in Belton for some generations back

The Common Room / Re: Fathers not named on marriage certificates - laziness?
« on: Thursday 25 November 21 13:56 GMT (UK)  »
Could be they didn't know their father, could be they were adopted, could be a family falling out, could be the man who brought them up or was even named on their birth cert turned out to be their step father.... researching more about each infividual should give you more information.

My great grandfather married twice, he stated different names at each marriage as his father, the first he wrote his grandfather he lived with his grandparents from an early age and the second time he wrote his uncle down as his father, again he lived/worked ao was close to his uncle, even though his 'father' was alive on both of his marriages....... so that seemed he was estranged from his parents from an early age and clearly angry by naming men that he felt was 'more ' of a father to him than the man who on paper record was his father

Family History Beginners Board / Re: Filing by family group
« on: Wednesday 24 November 21 17:30 GMT (UK)  »
Paper files I research and write out direct line only I don't have extended researched paper copies of siblings/half siblings/ additional partners/marriages, however I do show research of the lifetime of each direct line ancestor, like a timeline of their life, so if they had a child out of wedlock with a partner and/or married twice that would be shown in their timeline of life events

Family History Beginners Board / Re: Filing by family group
« on: Wednesday 24 November 21 12:14 GMT (UK)  »
I use Brothers Keeper software which enables you to add 2nd/3rd/4th spouse and/or partner and their children and also ensbles you to generate relationships reports across the whole of the research

Lincolnshire / Re: Surname Newbold
« on: Sunday 21 November 21 14:42 GMT (UK)  »
I see no matches to my direct line Newbolds however thought I would just check where they lived.

Bearing in mind my direct line is a female Newbold b in 1796 Exton Rutland and I know they were in Exton for at least 100yrs prior, families at that time had many children, so your line is potentially/ possibly one of the male Newbold siblings which I have not researched fully.
Her parents  were John/Elizabeth ( Walker) Newbold who had 4 sons, only one lived ( George) to go onto having children, he had 2 sons, Eli and George, Eli had one son and George 7 sons from mid 1850, some of them/their families moved to Lincolnshire or Leicestershire..... there are several Charles in my line and one Frank.
Charles and family including one son Frank in the 1911 were in Queniborough Leicestershire.
So, mainly Lincolnshire/Rutland border towns/villages and some moved to the Rutland/Leicester border, so places like Wymondham and Queninborough Leicestershire and those lines had moved from Exton  and Cottesmore Rutland and many of those later desendants who I have researched went onto migrate to places like Canada and the US.

Occupation Interests / Re: "Clergyman without care of souls"
« on: Friday 19 November 21 18:15 GMT (UK)  »
A clergyman without any pastoral duties, so could describe someone who was retired or working in another occupation such as religious teaching

Gloucestershire / Re: Why an 'illigitimate' baptism in Tewkesbury?
« on: Monday 15 November 21 17:13 GMT (UK)  »
As the child was born to her and he was not the father otherwise would have claimed he was the father , so the child was illegitimate

Occupation Interests / Re: Bricklayers live on site?
« on: Thursday 28 October 21 15:19 BST (UK)  »
I found similar, one side of my ancestry lived in a tiny village for several centuries, so I started to do some more indepth research about the village and the people in the village really because at some time or another all the different village families married 'into' the family.

The Manor burned down and several Irish bricklayers and other specialist building trade workers arrived to rebuild the Hall, it was reported they used stone/bricks from the Old demolished Manor Hall to build houses for themselves in the as they were building the new Hall and new houses for themselves they would have stayed living local during that time and many afterwards too

Family History Beginners Board / Re: mystery text in parish records
« on: Wednesday 27 October 21 16:46 BST (UK)  »
Could it be "Ad hoc" in Latin, almost always means "for this specific purpose" and F.B. whatever parish/village

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