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Old 1st February 2008, 21:59   #1
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Hi folks,
just like to make it known I have quite a lot of info on Nottinghamshire.
ie; Census info and parish records, so if any one has any enquiries about Nott`s ,give us a shout ,I just might have the info you`re looking for.

Ps; if you pick up on this one " Dave the administrator " from Nottingham , have you got all the info you need on the Woolley`s of Clifton, and did you know of the 200yr old " Woolley diaries ".I dont know who has the original ,but I Have seen the transcripted version .
I am myself a Woolley ( Clifton village ) descendant .

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Re: Nottinghamshire......

Hi,
I have a few Wooleys in my tree but they are in Lincolnshire. I'm interested in the Goodacres from Nottingham and Granby. I'm looking in particular for the parents of Richard Goodacre born Granby 1808. Possibly John and Frances. Marriage would be about 1801.

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Hi Budgie Rustler - great handle by the way!

Great to hear from another Woolley and it would be great to find more information on them.
Give us a PM (private Message) to discuss further Budgie.

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Re: Nottinghamshire......

not sure about that one

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Hi folks,
just like to make it known I have quite a lot of info on Nottinghamshire.
ie; Census info and parish records, so if any one has any enquiries about Nott`s ,give us a shout ,I just might have the info you`re looking for.

Ps; if you pick up on this one " Dave the administrator " from Nottingham , have you got all the info you need on the Woolley`s of Clifton, and did you know of the 200yr old " Woolley diaries ".I dont know who has the original ,but I Have seen the transcripted version .
I am myself a Woolley ( Clifton village ) descendant .

Budgie,
HI Budgie,

Could you please do a look up for me. I am trying to find the parents of William Ward 1789 married to Mary Sudbury of Egmanton, Notts. The census returns ( by the time they were introduced he was living in Sudbrook nr. Grantham ) list him as being born in Caunton. He had a brother Samuel who moved to Wilts.I can't find their baptisms. There were Wards in Egmanton and I have wondered if his mother went to a relative in Caunton for the birth.I can trace the Sudburys back a long way, but William's origins are eluding me, other than the gooseberry bush!

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Re: Nottinghamshire......

Is this Clifton Village in Bristol that the Wooleys are decended from?

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Re: Clifton Woolleys....

Budgie Rustler...the Woolley Diaries are in the Nottingham Archives but I'm interested in where you saw the transcripted version. My husband's gr gr gr gr grandfather was Joseph Woolley, then through Joseph Woolley born 1804, then Elizabeth Woolley born 1848, then Ada Woolley born 1869. Both Elizabeth and Ada married Hardys. Would love to hear from you!

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Re: Nottinghamshire......

Hi Deanna,
Blimey, Its been over 2 or 3yrs since I have been on this site.
I lost nearly all my data a couple years back, when my computer decided to implode and self destruct.lol.
I had to get a new one and I am back up to-date and keep backup discs now.(lesson learnt)

With reference to Joseph Woolley 1804...
I am a descended via Joseph`s brother, William Woolley 1813.
William 1813 being my gr, gr, Grandfather.

The "Woolley Diaries",(the transcribd one that I read) were on the public reference shelves at the Nottingham Archives.
Some one had took the time to fully type up the Diary into A4 bookform on one page was a photostat copy of the original Diary and on the facing page was the transcribed clear typed transcription.
This was over 12yrs ago so I dont whether the Bookllet is still there on the shelf.

I have been having a look at my Woolley Data on my FTM program, and I have the following information which seems to differ from yours.... I have...

Elizabeth Woolley 1848 with 2 illegitimate children...(Eizabeth died 1890)
William Woolley 1864, bn Clifton.
Ada Woolley 1869, bn Clifton.


Also Elizabeth`s sister...

Harriet Woolley, bn 1840 also with 2 illegitimate children...
George Henry Woolley 1859 bn Clifton.
Arthur Woolley 1865 bn Clifton.
... Harriet married Joseph Hardy,and Joseph`s son from a previous marriage married Ada Woolley in 1891 (Ada being Harriet`s Neice)

If you need any further info you can e-mail me at...

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Best wishes to you and yours,
Alan, (in Nottingham)

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Re: Nottinghamshire......

Hi Budgie Rustler,
Firstly, thanks for the offer of help in this location.

Secondly, I have two entries I would like to confirm, if possible:

02 MAR 1730 Phillip ALVEY = Elizabeth WOOLEY @ TROWEL
29 DEC 1834 John ALLVEY = Ann WOOLEY LONG WHATTON LEI

I am assuming the WOOLEY vs WOOLLEY is a spelling variant
as is ALVEY vs ALLVEY.

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Re: Nottinghamshire......

Good morning to you Jeff, it a real scorcher here in Nottingham (UK)

Sorry, but it doesn`t look as if I can be of any help to you

I did have a search round and came up with the following...

From my Notts marriage disc ...
ALLVEY,Phillip,HOOLEY,Elizabeth,,,,Trowell,02/03/1731
(It may well be that Hooley is the correct spelling, as there were several Hooley`s living in Trowell around that period and it was only a very small place.

From IGI ...
Marriage: JOHN ALLVEY + ANN WOOLLEY
29 DEC 1834 Long Whatton, Leicester, England

(Are these your John and Ann in Long Whatton 1851 and 61)
Alvey John 1811, bn Arnold .
Alvey Ann 1813, bn L Whatton .

Best wishes to you and yours,
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