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551 William's importance in the Day family is that he was the original member of the family to purchase from the Strelley estate, in 1612, Newmanleys Corn Mill at Eastwood, Notts. on the banks of the River Erewash which forms the Nottingamshire and Derbyshire border. Included in the sale were 'all mills, buildings, meadows, river dams and weirs, hereditaments' etc.
The mill was to remain in the family for the next 250 years until it was sold in 1860 following the death of the then owner.  
DAY, William (I4586)
 
552 William's will dated 1754 left estate lying in Dale Moors in Derbyshire to his wife Dorothy and his mill at Trowell to his son William. His other children were left sums of money: £60 each to his sons and £40 each to his daughters, except Sarah who for some unknown reason was left only a notional five shillings. DAY, William (I4604)
 
553 William's will dated June 1826 leaves property and lands including a windmill in Eastwood and Ilkeston. It provides for his wife Sarah to receive the income from his estate until four-year old son John is 25 years old, after which she gets the property in Ilkeston and an annuity of £25 as long as she remains a widow. John then receives the real estate in Eastwood including 'messuages, cottages, mills, lands, tenements and herditaments'.
Daughters Julia, Ann and Elizabeth each receive £150, and a similar sum is to be paid to 'such child as my wife Sarah is pregnant of' (who was to be William) when he is 21 years old. Probate was granted April 1827.  
DAY, William (I4634)
 
554 William's will left estate in Ilkeston and Stanton-juxta-Dale, Derbyshire to his son John, and an annuity of £25 to his wife Hannah. The mill at Trowell left to him by his father was not mentioned in the will which implies he had disposed of it. DAY, William (I4615)
 
555 Williams' parents were not married at the time of his birth. He was christened William Widdowson on 14 Sept 1823 at Whittington. WIDDOWSON, William (I4698)
 
556 With her son Charles DENNIS, Elizabeth (I3211)
 
557 With her step father and her mother BOOTH, Ellen (I6243)
 
558 Witnesses to marriage: Thomas Sims & Mary Carlin Family F53
 
559 Witnesses to the marriage were: John HILL and Gertrude FROGGATT. Family F59
 
560 Wooley MSS indicate Thomas known to be living 1428-1476. BUNTTYNG, Thomas (I4417)
 
561 Woolley MSS: In 1543 Thomas was a Juror upon an Inquisition Post Mortem. BUNTYNG, Thomas (I4420)
 
562 Worked as a Cart driver MOISANT, Pierre (I3544)
 
563 Worked as a Coachman and grocer FERREAU, Adrien (I3466)
 
564 Worked as a commercial assistant SICHET, Flavie Louise (I3467)
 
565 Worked as a cultivator SICHET, Alexis Bonaventure (I4343)
 
566 Worked as a cultivator RIGUET, Veronique Aurélie (I4344)
 
567 Worked as a daily labourer FERREAU, Toussaint Casimir (I3468)
 
568 Worked as a domestic servant BELLIER, Marie Sebastien (I3560)
 
569 Worked as a labourers assistant FERREAU, Jacques (I3496)
 
570 Worked as a painter and decorator(tradesman)
Also painted vehicles. 
FERREAU, Roland (I3463)
 
571 Worked as labourers assistant FERIAU, Jacques (I3497)
 
572 Worked as Weaver FERIAU, Pierre (I4351)
 
573 Yeatman's History of Chesterfield: John Buntyng and William Buntyng lived at Buntingfield, Ashover 1523. BUNTTYNG, John (I4418)
 
574 [WO]Augustin Lecoeur & Prosper Pillippe Family F693
 

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