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Re: Pilsworth
« Reply #27 on: Tuesday 15 January 08 21:53 GMT (UK) »



   No .... not that I can find  at the moment.

  Need to find if John Or Thomas and get a birth date for him .Might narrow the field abit.

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Re: Pilsworth
« Reply #28 on: Thursday 17 January 08 12:00 GMT (UK) »
Hi am really struggling to find Thomas Pilsworth birth date.

Also, are there any records in census's about George Hepworth b c1837 Hatfield woodhouse? Also who he married?

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Re: Pilsworth
« Reply #29 on: Sunday 25 May 08 17:54 BST (UK) »
Hi is there any chance that this Pilsworth family could actually be the Pilsworth/Nicholson family??It seems that a Thomas Pilsworth Nicholson b1862 married an Ann Cawkwell b 1857 and they had a daughter called Hannah Mary Pilsworth Nicholson.....my great gran possibly....

His father Thomas Pilsworth (possibly) b1834 married Harriett Nicholson (possibly)

Is there any way anyone could check the cesus info to see if there was infact 2 seperate families in the SAME area at the SAME time?

Could this be why I cannot find any info on the birth of my Thomas Pilsworth??

Please help  ???



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Re: Pilsworth
« Reply #30 on: Thursday 28 January 10 19:39 GMT (UK) »
If Daisy Ingamells is still under investigation, where was she living in 1950's, it may jog my memory into action.  Have vague recollections of name Daisy.

Can remember Herbert Rowley, Kate Rowley(nee Ingamells) and Rose Ingamells, they used to live on Balby Road,  opposite the Co-op Laundry.
Kate & Rose eventually ended up in the workhouse. It wasn't called that when they were residents, but that was its original use.

Previous to that they lived lived a short distance away at 15 Lister Avenue, where Rose ran a shop.

There is ample evidence on the BBC that the shop continued to serve the local community with Arkwright (aka Ronnie Barker) and Granville (aka David Jason).
taking over. ( BBC TV Comedy "Open all Hours" location.)


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Re: Pilsworth
« Reply #31 on: Saturday 06 February 10 10:01 GMT (UK) »
Same family. Daisy, my gran, lived in hatfield woodhouse and then dunscroft untill she died in 1983.   :)

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Re: Pilsworth
« Reply #32 on: Saturday 11 February 12 15:43 GMT (UK) »
Hi all, am bringing this old thread back to the fore as I am trying to fing out any siblings of my great great grandfather Thomas Pilsworth born 18th march 1862, epworth, married Ann Cawkwell in 1880.

Did Thomas Pilsworth (Nickolson) have any brothers or sisters? His parents were Thomas Pilsworth and harriet Nickolson.

Thanks in anticipation


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Re: Pilsworth
« Reply #33 on: Tuesday 14 February 12 16:54 GMT (UK) »
When I started Family History many years ago, my first enquiry was about Billy Pilsworth in Epworth. Fortunately I found some one who had known the family; they told me that though he was always known as Pilsworth, the official name  in records and on gravestones was Nicholson. I nearly gave up Family History there and then! If things like that could happen there was no hope of success!

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Re: Pilsworth
« Reply #34 on: Tuesday 21 February 12 16:08 GMT (UK) »
Hello, D. Sharpie,   I haven't quite sorted this out!
In 1871, Harriet Nicholson was housekeeper( unmarried ) to Thomas Pilsworth. She had children, Thomas, Ann, John, Hannah, Isaac.
Thomas and Harriet were married in 1871.
Thomas was born in 1834.
1881, Thomas Pilsworth, with step children Ann, Hannah, Isaac, Fred and Fred. Also children, Helen, Ernest, William, and Alfred. No entry for Harriet.
1891, Fred PILSWORTH
1900 Fred NICHOLSON married Alice Hobson.
1901 census, Fred PILSWORTH
1911 census Fred NICHOLSON
The children of Fred Nicholson were known locally as Pilsworths.
Over to you!