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151 Family name known as Powell by her descendants. OBORNE, Harriet Maude (I4970)
 
152 Family name of father unknown at this time. MOSLEY, Elizabeth (I4734)
 
153 family not found on 1901 census HILL, John (I954)
 
154 Family recollections suggest that towards the end of the 19th century John was Head Gardener at Somersall Hall, Nr Chesterfield, Derbyshire. NICHOLSON, John Thomas (I3224)
 
155 Family shown to be living at Stubley, Dronfield, Derbyshire. After moving widely and frequently in connection with their mining work. WIDDOWSON, Mary (I4262)
 
156 Fanny and George, two younger children of William are recorded at 32 Gateford Rd, Worksop with Eliza Cartwright, School mistress. NICHOLSON, William (I3230)
 
157 farm labourer living with widowed mother in ashover HILL, George (I560)
 
158 farmer of 126 acres HERBERT, Edward (I2128)
 
159 Father's occupation; Publican, abode Common. NICHOLSON, George (I3236)
 
160 Fathers occupation given as Publican, abode, Common NICHOLSON, Elizabeth (I3238)
 
161 Fathers occupation recorded as Publican, abode, Worksop. NICHOLSON, Sarah (I3241)
 
162 Fathers occupation; Farmer, abode Eastgate, Worksop. NICHOLSON, James (I3232)
 
163 Fathers occupation; Farmer, abode Eastgate, Worksop. NICHOLSON, Edith Amy (I3233)
 
164 Fathers occupation; Farmer, abode Eastgate. NICHOLSON, Edward (I3239)
 
165 Fathers occupation; Farmer, abode, Worksop NICHOLSON, Fanny (I3237)
 
166 Fathers occupation; Labourer. NICHOLSON, George (I4786)
 
167 Fathers occupation; Labourer. NICHOLSON, John (I4788)
 
168 Fathers occupation; Labourer. NICHOLSON, James (I4789)
 
169 Fathers occupation; Publican, abode Eastgate, Worksop. NICHOLSON, John Thomas (I3224)
 
170 Fathers occupation; Publican, abode Eastgate, Worksop. NICHOLSON, Mary (I4783)
 
171 Fathers occupation; Publican, abode, Eastgate, Worksop NICHOLSON, William (I3242)
 
172 FHL Film Number: 503808, 504528 Family (F2050)
 
173 Flight Sergeant 1233467

Eric died while serving with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. He has no known grave.

He is commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial in Surrey. 
KIRKLAND, Eric Gordon (I8481)
 
174 Florence's widowed father, Arthur William Barrett, was staying with the family at the time of the registration. Family (F2046)
 
175 Following her mother's death in 1847, Ann and her sisters went to live with members of their mother's Bunting family. In 1851 Ann was aged 24, still unmarried and living with a George and Lydia Hodgkinson in Bolsover. Ann was then described as George's 'niece'

George Hodgkinson was the brother of Ann's grandmother, Lydia Hofgkinson (who had married Francis Bunting and were the parents of Ann's mother, Ann Bunting) In that case Ann Hill would in fact be George's grand-niece; however it would not be unusual for her to be described as his niece. 
HILL, Ann (I4399)
 
176 Francis Bunting was described as a Husbandman when he died.

He did not leave a Will but there is an Administration granted to his widow Elzabeth, dated 28 December 1747. The attached inventory states that he farmed at 'Pesnhurst in the parish of Ashover' and left farm stock and chattels valued at £72.9s.0d. 
BUNTING, Francis (I4397)
 
177 Francis did not leave a Will.

There is an Admon which states that he was 'late of Ford in the parish of Northwingfield, Farmer.' The Admon was granted to his widow, Lydia of Ford and their son John Bunting, farmer 'of the same place.' It was also signed by John Bunting of Duckmanton, probably Francis' brother. 
BUNTING, Francis (I4392)
 
178 Francis left a Will in which he mentions his 'lands in Matlock and Ashover' and at the foot of this Will a Latin paragraph describes Francis' widow as 'Agnes Binting de Buntingfield.'

The Will names sons Henry and John; daughters Deborah and Marie (both unmarried) and mother in law Ellen Wragg. Other surnames are mentioned which occur in other Wills including; Barker (Wills of William of Ashover 1613 and John of Ashover 1667); Bower (Godfrey 1608, William of Ashover 1613, John of Ashover 1667, and Elizabeth 1696); and Haslam (William 1613)

The names Stubbing and Wainwright are also mentioned.

In the Will is a bequest to Jemimah Bourne, daughter of Immanuel Bourne. Immanuel was the first of the Bourne family who were Rectors of Ashover from 1621 to 1797. (Obadiah Bourne, also Rector, was a witness to the 1696 Will of Elizabeth, widow of Francis' son John) 
BUNTING, Francis (I4422)
 
179 Francis served with the Durham Light Infantry. He enlisted in Stockton on Tees on 6 June 1913. His address at the time was 2 Cobden St, Stockton on Tees.

He joined as a Private soldier and during the course of the war was promoted Corporal. He served in Belgium, suffered gun shot wounds to his right hand, affecting his fingers, and was also the victim of gas poisoning. At the time of his discharge in 1919 he was adjudged to be suffering 15% disability. 
PUGH, Francis Henry (I6524)
 
180 Frank was cremated at Sheffield and his ashes interred in Hasland. MOSELEY, Frank (I5910)
 
181 Free BMD records show her birth registered Jun Qtr 1848, Launceston reg. dist. PARSONS, Elizabeth Ann (I7171)
 
182 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. WOOD, F.A. (I3220)
 
183 Funeral at All Saints Church, Wingerworth, Chesterfield 11am on 5 Jan 2011. GOODWIN, Luke James (I6231)
 
184 general labourer. married ellen wibberley widow of henry wibberley. FROGGATT, Job (I1031)
 
185 george and charles were in rotherham workhouse in 1841 after both their parents died in 1837. charles was baptised 1839 sheffield but was born 1836, on 1851 and 1861 census he gives is birthplace as newcastle, he emigrated to usa with family in 10 census living with 2nd wife and 2 children in shawnee perry ohio. WHITTINGTON, Charles Ellis (I1155)
 
186 george died aged 30 of consumption WHITTINGTON, George (I400)
 
187 George lived at Alfreton and did not leave a Will. Other than his family's entries in the Parish Registers, nothing is known of him, except that he was mentioned in his father's Will. HILL, George (I163)
 
188 george married jane godber 22/3/1834 at chesterfield. HILL, George (I103)
 
189 george served with the kings own light infantry, he was killed 20/11/1917, he is remembered on the cambrai memorial, WHITTINGTON, George (I515)
 
190 Grave N° 37774 PUGH, Florence Gertrude (I6517)
 
191 Grave Ref. 408
Maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

Jack died while serving as Leading Aircraftman (Service N° NZ416895)Royal New Zealand Air Force, 3 Elementary Flying Training School, Harewood, Canterbury, New Zealand 
MOSELEY, Jack (I6026)
 
192 Grave reference: VG 763 Meteren Military Cemetery, Meteren, Nord Pas de Calais, France HILL, Charles Edward (I968)
 
193 Hannah describes herself as a "Huckster of Souls"

 
HOWARD, Hannah (I8933)
 
194 Hannah is with her daughter Mary, David appears to be lodging elsewhere, perhaps in order to be close to work. SCHOLEY, Hannah (I4948)
 
195 hannah whittington died 9/11/1837 in childbirth, ellis her husband died the following day of cholera. WHITTINGTON, Ellis (I264)
 
196 harry and rose dorothy are buried st thomas kimberworth, aa 24 WHITTINGTON, Harry (I5)
 
197 Harry was awarded the Imperial Service Medal in 1912, as recorded in the London Gazette:

21 Mar 1912, Whitehall - The King has been pleased to grant to the following retired members of His Majesty’s Civil Service, not belonging to the administrative or clerical branches, the Imperial Service Medal, which was instituted by His late Majesty for the recognition of long and meritorious service in branches other than those mentioned above:-
[includes] ... Harry Stutteridge START, Shipwright. Devonport Dockyard. 
START, Harry Stutteridge (I7441)
 
198 Harry went to Canada as a tourist in June 1919, and returned in Nov of the same year.
Canadian arrivals documents show he was visiting two sons.. To date I have only found 1 who survived. 
START, Harry Stutteridge (I7441)
 
199 Headstone inscription reads:

Sacred to the memory of NANCY the wife of WILLIAM HILL who died September 25th 1821 aged 61 years
Also the above WILLIAM HILL who departed this life August 24th 1831 aged 76 years
Also Mary daughter of HELEN HILL who died August 3rd 1829 aged 8 years
Also SARAH and ELIZABETH daughters of ABRAHAM and ELLEN who died in their infancy 
HILL, William (I114)
 
200 Headstone inscription reads:

Sacred to the memory of NANCY the wife of WILLIAM HILL who died September 25th 1821 aged 61 years
Also the above WILLIAM HILL who departed this life August 24th 1831 aged 76 years
Also Mary daughter of HELEN HILL who died August 3rd 1829 aged 8 years
Also SARAH and ELIZABETH daughters of ABRAHAM and ELLEN who died in their infancy 
FLINT, Sarah (I127)
 

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