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Thursday 25 January 1945
 Derby Daily Telegraph
  Derbyshire

Charged More Than Double For Linoleum Said to have sold for £4 a piece of linoleum for which the controlled price was 35s., Martha Deadman, of the Dennis Filling Station, Alfreton-road, Breadsall, was fined £5 with 4s. costs at Derby yesterday.  Mr. C- F. R. Cleaver, for the North Midlands Price Regulation Committee, said  that a Mrs. Gunn, of Findernstreet, Derby, saw an advertisement relating to a sale carpets, rugs and linoleum at the sale room at the White Horse Hotel.
OBJECTED TO PRICE
She went there and was asked £4 for a piece linoleum three yards by twoand-a-half yards. She objected to the price, but she paid it after an assistant had told her that it was the that it was the controlled price. Later, Mr. Cleaver went on, Mrs. Gunn saw a similar piece of linoleum in a shop, priced at 355., and that, in fact, was the the maximum permitted price. Mrs. Deadman, when interviewed, said that she ran a small business in carpets and rugs, but this was the first occasion on which she had sold linoleum. She bought some pieces from a hawker, but found that she did not need them and put them in the sale. A later advertisement, however, also referred to linoleum, Mr. Cleaver added.
100 DIFFERENT KINDS
Mr. A. R. Flint, defending, said that Mrs. Deadman bought two pieces of linoleum for  £4 each, and she thought she could sell them at the same price. The schedule of controlled prices for linoleum referred to more than100 different kinds, and nobody who was not in the trade could possibly understand it. Mr A. H. Domleo, the chairman said that the Bench considered that Mrs. Deadman did trade in linoleum, and she should have known the correct prices.




Wednesday 16 October 1946
 Skegness Standard
  Lincolnshire

 Thomas Foster, general dealer, of Kegworth. and Samuel Deadman and Thomas Deadman. of Bredsall, Derby, were summoned for trespassing in search of hares at Addlethorpe on July 10th. P.c. Lowe……….. 



Friday 25 March 1949
  Nottingham Journal
   Nottinghamshire


COULD NOT READ OR WRITE
... Penalties totalling more than £25 were at Derby yesterday imposed on Samuel Deadman, of 16 Rugby-street, Derby, who admitted contravening the Price Control regulations relating to carpets. Deadman pleaded Guilty to selling an Axminster carpet, and offering ...


 Thursday 18 February 1954
  Burton Observer and Chronicle
   Staffordshire

 THEIR CARAVAN WANTED A WHEEL But it Must be Removed
  …….can you said Mrs. Deadman. The application of Mr. H. T. Meades, on behalf of Burton Corporation, for the caravan to be removed within seven days, was granted. Told she would have to pay 15s. 6d. court fees, Mrs. Deadman said: I am very sorry: you ........

 

Saturday 20 September 1958
 Rugeley Times
  Staffordshire


 Horse dealer who became salesman The death occurred on Tuesday of Mr. Roy Deadman. of Alma Dene. Garden Drive, Rugeley. Mr. Deadman, who was 71, was well known in the town. In his younger days he was like his father and grandfather before him, a horse dealer, but he later became a travelling carpet salesman. He travelled all over the country and finally settled in Rageley eight years ago. He leaves a widow, Mrs Elizabeth Deadman, whom he married 48 years ago at Tamworth. two sons and two daughters. He had been ill for several  The funeral is at St. Augustlnes Parish Church on Monday afternoon. 



Saturday 27 September 1958
  Rugeley Times
   Staffordshire


100 MOURNERS AT RUG ELEY FUNERAL The funeral of Mr. Roy Deadman which took place at St. Augustine's Church on Monday afternoon was the most numerously attended in Rugeley for a considerable time, there being about 100 family mourners. The cortege included more than 20 cars. The service, conducted by the Vicar. the Rev. H. L. Townshend. included hymns and a short address. The was in a white bricked vault, constructed by Messrs. Charles Hill. of Wednesbury. and the funeral arrangements were by Messrs. Bull and Keatley There were 66 floral tributes. including  a five-foot cross of red roses from the widow. which was placed on the coffin. One tribute was in the form of a vacant chair composed of  red flowers. 




Friday 30 January 1959
  Lichfield Mercury
   Staffordshire
 
LOCAL WILLS
  Mr. Roy Deadman. of Alma Dene, Garden Drive, Rugeley, who died on September 16 last, left £1,750 gross, £1,600 net value. Probate has been granted to his widow Mrs. Elizabeth Deadman, of the same address. ...

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« Reply #226 on: Saturday 23 January 21 13:58 GMT (UK) »
  Saturday 13 January 1962
    Rugeley Times
     Staffordshire

Scrap dealer had no licence for pick-up truck
 
  A Walsall scrap dealer, whose address was given as rear of Coach and Horses. Abbots Bromley. was fined £2, with  £4 3s. costa, at Walsall Magistrates Court on Friday. for having no carriers' licence for his pick-up truck. He is Joseph ....... and he admitted the , offence. Mr. E. Smith, Walsall traffic inspector stated that he saw the man driving a pick-up truck on the Birmingham Road towards ' the town centre, and  that there was no licence disc on the window Mr. A. Oliver. traffic inspector, of Burton-on-Trent. stated that when he told ....... that he would be reported for the offence, he replied: I did not realise I had I to have a carrier's licence. My brother told me that so long as I was carrying my own goods I need not have one.' In a letter to the court. defendant said he had not since used the van, but had got the necessary forms and was going to fill them in and get a licence as soon as  he had the necessary money.
 
 


 Saturday 19 June 1965
  Rugeley Times
   Staffordshire

 
 TARMACADAM SPECIALISTS DRIVES- PATHS - FARMYARDS Also SPRAY and CHIP ESTIMATES FREE J. ....... 2. BARN COTTAGE, OTNERTON, PENKRIDGE, Staffs.


Wednesday 18 February 1987
  Derby Daily Telegraph
    Derbyshire

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CARAVANS APPEAL BY GIPSY
... planning permission. Planning consultant Mr Christopher Beresford-Webb, for Mr ......., said………………
 
 Monday 23 February 1987
  Derby Daily Telegraph
   Derbyshire

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A GIPSY's dream of having his own caravan site near his council house could be blocked because the land may be needed for a country park. Objectors have told a planning inquiry that gipsies should not be allowed to set up camp near the site which Derbyshire County Council has earmarked as a country park. Gipsy ....... gave up his travelling life and moved into 4 Forge Row, Ironville, near Alfreton two years ago. And he bought a piece of land nearby to use as a caravan site so his family could visit him. But when planners turned down the idea, Mr ....... carried on regardless. Amber Valley District Council then took enforcement  action The decision will be announced at a later date. …………...
 


Monday 20 July 1987
  Derby Daily Telegraph
    Derbyshire

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GIPSY LOSES LAND BATTLE
  GIPSY ....... who gave up life on the road for the comforts of a council house has lost his fight to set up his own caravan site.  Mr Deadman, who bought a plot of land at Kennels Lane, Ironville, because he didn't want to lose touch with his travelling family, has had his hopes dashed by a Government inspector. He wanted his travelling son and daughter to be able to park their caravans on the land when visiting, but Amber Valley District Council rejected his plans and started enforcement action to keep him off. he lodged an appeal but now Department of the Environment……………. 
 
 

Wednesday 02 December 1992
  Staffordshire Sentinel
    Staffordshire
   
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  Cut price carpets and super kitchens There is more to Cut Price Carpets than meets the eye. After 15 years building up an enviable reputation in Leek and surrounding areas, proprietor ....... has expanded his extensive carpet showroom to include fitted kitchens and bedrooms. Said ....... nowadays we find our customers are more and more discerning when it comes to value for money and it seemed a natural progression to go from carpets to kitchens and bedrooms....

  Cobbles Mr ....... aged 42, who runs a carpet business from Bodkin Court pumped in    his own money with further cash provided by the Moorlands Towns Partnership project. The courtyard cobbles were lifted. cleaned and relaid. Ornate 'arts and crafts-style' gales were provided     
 
Royal oaks for Moorlands Queen. A run down corner of Leek  has been restored under a major initiative to upgrade the town. For decades Bodkin Court. off Stanley Street, has served as a shortcut between the town centre and Brook Street. But its neglected buildings and uneven stone cobbles made it look scruffy and unattractive. Now the area has been transformed into an elegant  Victorian courtyard in a partnership project between  businessman Mr ....... and conservation workers Ceremony The finished courtyard was officially reopened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony performed by Leek town Mayor Judith Rider. Mrs Rider said she was delighted with the success of the scheme. She added: I hope it will inspire other property owners to come forward with their own enhancement schemes. The Moorlands Towns Partnership is jointly funded by English Heritage, Staffordshire Moorlands District Council and Leek Town Council. As well as refurbishment  projects in Leek town centre, grants have also been provided for a variety of schemes, including improvements to unsympathetic including improvements to unsympathetic shopfronts and repairs to historic buildings. A workman installs one of the bollards and 18th century railings repaired and repainted. The carpet warehouse was fully refurbished, including the installation of a kitchen, new toilets and other features.



 

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Re: Wilsher blood line, Nottingham, Joseph Wilsher
« Reply #227 on: Saturday 23 January 21 13:59 GMT (UK) »
Tuesday 24 January 1905
   Leeds Mercury
    Yorkshire

BREAKING UP THE HAPPY HOME.

Three hawkers, named Ambrose Burnside, Benjamin Burnside, and Jack Wiltshire, were summond  by Mrs. Kate Kirkgate, at the Huddersfield Borough Court yesterdny, for doing malicions damage; It wats started that on the 17th the defendants went to the complainant house, and were not admitted. After threatening to ‘break up the happy home they threw stones  through the windows, damaging pots, vases, table, and breaking a paraffin lamp, which set fire to the blinds. The magistrates dismissed the case against Ambrose Burnside, and ordered the other two defendants to pay 28s. each. Wiltshire was also fined 19s., including costs, for having assaulted Mrs.Bottomley.


   
   
 
 Hi Jane
  I have tried to find your relatives on your Dads side, the Deadmans being the Gipsies you speak of, I hope some of the storys may help you in your research, try and look out for names and locations and names of Public Houses then research these, I will put a few more things on for you then leave it there, I just put on the Wiltshire man with the Burnsides to show you the Wiltshires Wilsher Wilshaw of your Dads side then the Burnsides of your Mothers side, well to show you how everyone knows everyone in all kinds of links through the storys of history and Families.
If some of the storys I may of got wrong as in you do not recognise them well that’s my own honest mistake, try and signe up to the  British Newspaper Archives if you can, its the best site on the internet and it only costs a few pounds to find millions of records, it is a must for all people, a real game changer, you get three free goes by just signing up.

https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/

 I know you may have done this already and evan read everything before its just I wanted to help you just in the chance you may not of seen one or two of the Older Gipsy Deadmans from reading of their lifes they are a great Family indeed.

michael


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« Reply #228 on: Saturday 23 January 21 16:22 GMT (UK) »
Darius and Ellen were my greatgreatgrandparents ,their daughter AnnJane Deadman ,married my greatgrandad Jackie Smith and had my grandad Ben Smith who married Jinnie Elliott ,I do have a sub to the Newspaper archives ,I also have Calladines Brinkley Allen married into the family ,my dads uncles and aununts also have Winters Proctors .thank you for all this info ,i will copy and keep it ...please see some photos ...
Smith, Wilson ,Elliot ,Ratchford Burnside ,

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« Reply #229 on: Saturday 23 January 21 16:23 GMT (UK) »
Darius and Ellen were my greatgreatgrandparents ,their daughter AnnJane Deadman ,married my greatgrandad Jackie Smith and had my grandad Ben Smith who married Jinnie Elliott ,I do have a sub to the Newspaper archives ,I also have Calladines Brinkley Allen married into the family ,my dads uncles and aununts also have Winters Proctors .thank you for all this info ,i will copy and keep it ...please see some photos ...
this is AnnJane Deadman and her nephew Dick Smith
Smith, Wilson ,Elliot ,Ratchford Burnside ,

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« Reply #230 on: Saturday 23 January 21 16:26 GMT (UK) »
my greatgrandad ''wicked old Jackie Smith he married AnnJane Deadman ,with children Butty aka Sam and Charity aka Jo ...
Smith, Wilson ,Elliot ,Ratchford Burnside ,

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« Reply #231 on: Saturday 23 January 21 16:30 GMT (UK) »
Burnsides ,my greatgranny Hannah Burnside Wilson ,my granny Mary Rhodes Wilson the children ,my mam Janie Wilson and her brothers Jonny and Andra Wilson taken about 1915 ...
Smith, Wilson ,Elliot ,Ratchford Burnside ,

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« Reply #232 on: Saturday 23 January 21 16:34 GMT (UK) »
my granny Jinnie Elliott her dad was Fred Elliott and her mam was Emily Smith . Jinnie was my dads mam ..
Smith, Wilson ,Elliot ,Ratchford Burnside ,

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« Reply #233 on: Saturday 23 January 21 16:38 GMT (UK) »
my greatgrandad Fred Elliott ,his mam was Lydia Wiltshire married to Thomas Elliot ,Thomas was brother to Riley Elliott who was very well known around Retford and Nottingham ..
Smith, Wilson ,Elliot ,Ratchford Burnside ,