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Re: William Nicholson, Blythe
« Reply #18 on: Tuesday 02 October 07 21:10 BST (UK) »
Abraham and Ann (various spellings0 are the same in 18851 and in 1841 have two elderly Barthorp gents with them.

Interestingly:

1841 HO107 piece 851 book 11 folio 7 pg 6
East St East Retford

William Nicholson 55 yrs labourer
Sarah Nicholson 85 yrs

wonder if this is Edward's mother Sarah and if Ann, William and Edward are siblings?

1851
William is in same place with daughter Charlotte Bell and her husband and family. (1871 has a young Harriet Bell as a niece)
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Re: William Nicholson, Blythe
« Reply #19 on: Tuesday 02 October 07 21:11 BST (UK) »
Ok…. Heywood,

Here you go…… just to verify your theory  ;D

Marriage at East Retford
Abraham BARTHROP & Ann NICHOLSON – 24th Dec 1816

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Re: William Nicholson, Blythe
« Reply #20 on: Tuesday 02 October 07 21:12 BST (UK) »
what a team!!
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Re: William Nicholson, Blythe
« Reply #21 on: Monday 29 October 07 21:44 GMT (UK) »
Hello Martin,

Just an update to confirm the previous info……

Marriage at Blyth – fiche 25, page 38
22nd May 1830
EDWARD NICHOLSON of the parish, Bachelor, labourer &
ELIZABETH BATTERSBY of the parish, spinster
By Banns, by Rudd A M, vicar.
Both signed their markX
In the presence of; Charles Battersby & Mary Wood.


Marriage at Clarborough – fiche 15, page 5, entry 9.
30th November 1837
EDWARD NICHOLSON,of the parish of Blyth, full age, Widower, Labourer.
Father John Nicholson, Labourer, deceased.
FRANCES FISHER, of Spittall Hill, Clarborough, full age, spinster, servant.
Father, William Fisher, Farmer.
Both signed their markX
In the presence of; John Coblett? & Elizabeth Fisher.


Best Wishes

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Re: William Nicholson, Blythe
« Reply #22 on: Monday 07 January 08 18:16 GMT (UK) »
I have just joined Rootschat and noticed this conversation. I believe the William Nicholson you have been discussing is a distant relation of mine. I have not checked all of the detail in this conversation against my records but I have come to the same conclusion for a good deal of it.

My Great Great Great Grandfather was Edward Nicholson (b1794). My Great Great Grandfather was Abraham Nicholson (b1842) - Abraham was the offspring of Edward and Frances Fisher whilst William was the offspring of Edward and Elizabeth Battersby.

However I did not have any information for William Nicholson (b1830) other than his birth. Thanks you that.

By the way my tree is on Genes Reunited if you want to check it out. It may go a generation or two further back than detailed in this conversation.

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Re: William Nicholson, Blythe
« Reply #23 on: Tuesday 08 January 08 18:52 GMT (UK) »
Hi Roy,

And welcome to Rootschat. I hope you find the community here as friendly and helpful as I have done.

You may want to check my web pages and search for Ernest Nicholson, my g grandfather, then follow back his ancestry. I would be delighted to help if I can, and of course, to hear if you have anything new to add.

Start by looking here www.mosleyfamilies.net

Happy new year
Martin
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Re: William Nicholson, Blythe
« Reply #24 on: Thursday 28 November 13 16:21 GMT (UK) »
I am related to Elizabeth Nicholson -b 1855 , daughter of William Nicholson.I have some information I can share with you and I have no doubt you have some I would benefit from.Have you a relationship to William ?

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Re: William Nicholson, Blythe
« Reply #25 on: Thursday 28 November 13 16:51 GMT (UK) »
Hi Cowleyi,

William Nicholson was my 3x G Grandfather, and I will be delighted to share information with you.

Much progress since 2007 when this thread began, but it's good to see it might help someone else too.

Will pm you Cowleyi
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Re: William Nicholson, Blythe
« Reply #26 on: Friday 29 November 13 00:23 GMT (UK) »
William was my great , great grandfather on my mothers side.His daughter Elizabeth Nicholson b 1855 married Alfred Denham Oliver 20/1/1877.They moved to Leeds and Alfred seems to have been successful in the furniture trade ,retiring to Ruswarp outside whitby in his 50's.They had a daughter Maud Mary Oliver b 1888 who married John William Sutherland in 1916 in Hartlepool. They had a daughter Gladys Mary b1919 who was my mother.