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Old 22nd August 2012, 23:47   #11
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Re: Murder most horrid

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Apparently he died 10 days later so hence the Manslaughter charge not Murder. From the newspaper article I have just been sent it was definitely the Mason Arms (there is a quarry just across the road). Maybe I have wrong position for Gillots field.

I dont know if this helps any with the position for Gillots Field

Once in the occupation of Anna Hawksworth and then John Ibbotson but now in the tenure of Joseph Helliwell. These several closes also known as Gillott' s Fields . Land bounded (eastward) by Adamson Parker, (westward) by William Tattershall, (northward) by ancient enclosures belonging to Joseph Sanderson and one Godfrey Jubb and (southward) by Damflask Road.

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Old 23rd August 2012, 00:10   #12
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Not the same Gillots field. We are looking for one in Norton Woodseats.

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I can find a Richard Gillott married to Martha living in Bradfield occ is ag. lab. In 1861 he is a widower living at 46 - Private House occ is ag. lab and sexton not far from the Cro---- Dager in and the post office.

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I've looked up census and Richard Gillott is living in Norton Lees next to Percival Bowen a clergyman. However for woodseats it is Samuel Gillott. I think it makes more sense to be his field. So now have to work out what field he had that would be the appropriate field. He farmed 80 acres.

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Re: Murder most horrid

Also found almost next to Mrs Seddon in 1861 is Martha Reaney a widow with son William Reaney and father in law William Reaney. Looks like the victims widow to me.

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This any good to you DW?

THE NORTON HALL ESTATES .
The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Saturday, July 06, 1850; pg. 5;

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Mrs Seddons is not proprietor of Masons Arms in 1861. That is Thomas Parker. This is confusing.

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Think I've nailed it by looking at the occupations of the neighbours to Mrs Reaney and Mrs Seddon. They are mostly brickmakers and there is one area that fits with Derbyshire Lane and Smithy Wood.

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