Absom, S MA Rector Named on church bell 1777
Ob 1777, named on largest bell
Adamson, Jason Memo from Mr Adamson, Registrar, 22nd Oct 1881
Allen, Arthur Sunday School Teacher, Day School Master 1878, Choir and Sunday School Teacher in 1879
Allen, Mrs Frances Sunday School Teacher, Day School Mistress 1878
Allister, William Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Barker, William Named on church bell 1777
Bennett, Thomas From Parish Register 2nd June 1736, Register
Boawre, William Rector ob 1791
Bonner, Mr ?? Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Bounty Susan Anne ?? Mentioned in Living of Maplebeck 1898, source of income
Bowman, Joseph Listed as former occupier of church land 1838
Broom, Stephen Deputy Clerk and Sexton, Bell Ringer 1877, 1878, 1879
Broome, Joseph Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Broomshead, Alice History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Browne, Annie Tombstone, died 20th June 1816, aged 78
Browne, Augusta Maria Tombstone, died 27th May 1818 aged 67
Browne, Jane (Widow) Tombstone, died 25th July 1836 aged 78
Browne, John Henry Rector ob 1830. Tombstone - died 23rd June 1830 aged 81, Rector for 38 years
Browne, Marianne Tombstone, died 1st June 1848 aged 67, with quote from Revelation
Browne, Mary Tombstone, died 7th Aug 1813 aged 79
Browne, Sarah Johanna Tombstone, died 9th Dec 1820 aged 78
Burden, Henry Church Choir, Sunday School Teacher, Day School Teacher 1877
Burne, Thomas Lists the church land occupied by Thomas Burne 1878
Churchwarden, Toft Official, Overseer of the Poor, Constable 1877, 1878, 1879
Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Attended meeting 11th May 1882 re Common Pasture
Burne, William Church Choir 1877, 1878, 1879
Carr, Ralph History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Cator, Revd William Lumley Bertie Author of the notebook
Lists land owned by the Church and who it is rented by
Gives detailed entry in Crockfords Clerical Directory
Charlesworth, Thomas Pinder, died and was replaced by Joseph Hutchinson 1879
Christopher, Bishop of Lincoln Opened St Andrews for services 10th May 1881
Clarke, Charles Church Choir 1877, 1878, 1879
Clarke, Ellen Sunday School Teacher 1878, 1879
Clarke, George Church Choir 1877, 1878, 1879
Clarke, Thomas Church Choir 1877, 1878, 1879
Clarke, William Curate in Charge 1758 - 1762
Clay, Rev John Hall History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Cooling, William Toft Official, Overseer of the Poor, 1877, 1878, 1879
Noted that W Cooling died in the course of the year 1879
Cooper, Jabez Church Choir 1877, 1878, 1879
Cooper, John Clerk and Sexton 1877, 1878, 1879
Cooper, John (Junior) Bell Ringer 1877, 1878, 1879
Cooper, Joseph Choir 1879
Cooper, Rebecca Sunday School Teacher 1879
Cooper, Thomas Guardian of the Poor 1877, 1878, 1879
Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Attended meeting 11th May 1882 re Common Pasture
Cope, George Bell Ringer, Church Choir 1877, 1878, 1879
Cragg, John Church Choir 1877, 1878
Cumming, W Inland Revenue at Ollerton
Derbyshire, Henry Policeman 1877, 1878, 1879
Dobb, George Church Choir 1877, 1878, 1879
Dobb, Matthew Church Choir 1877
Dobb, William Lists the church land occupied by W Dobb and Hurt 1878
Ellington, John Organist from Bilsthorpe 1879
Elvidge, Mr S H Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Fitzwilliam, Lord Mentioned in Living of Maplebeck 1898, income tax
Freeker, Thomas 6th June 1884 occupied Orchard, Close and Garden
Let out Nether Nook Grass Close
Frost, John Church Choir 1877, 1878
Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Newfield Grass Close let to John H Frost
Frost, Lawson Church Choir 1877, 1878, 1879
Fukes, Revd Thomas Listed as pre-restoration Rector 1627
Garland, John Organist 1877, 1878
Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Giles, Laura Sunday School Teacher 1878
Girkin, George Church Choir 1877, 1878, 1879
Girkin, William Church Choir 1877, 1878
Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Godfrey, George Church Choir 1877
Attended meeting 11th May 1882 re Common Pasture
Godfrey, Jane Dame ? School 1877
Godfrey, Job Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Attended meeting 11th May 1882 re Common Pasture
Godfrey, John 6th June 1884 occupied Pingle
Greenfield, Charles Name crossed through as Overseer of the Poor 1878
Greenfield, Miss Sunday School Teacher 1878
Hall, Joseph Son in law of William and Mary Wood, husband of Mary
Hall, Mary Daughter of William and Mary Wood
Hall, Mr Gilbert History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Hall, Mrs Gilbert History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Hall, William Died 28th Nov 1824 aged 7, son of Joseph and Mary Hall
Hallam, Henry Name crossed through as Overseer of the Poor 1877
Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Hardwicke, Henry Church Choir 1877
Hedderley Thomas Named on church bell 1777, founder
Herod, Francis Listed as former occupier of church land 1838
Heywood, George Church Choir 1877
Howson, Revd Henry History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Hurt Lists the church land occupied by W Dobb and Hurt 1878
Hurt, Jane In Jane Hurts possession, 11 hymn books, 4 small hymn books
Hurt, John Churchwarden 1877, 1878, 1879
Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Attended meeting 11th May 1882 re Common Pasture
Hutchinson, Joseph Pinder, appointed at the Court Leet 1879 after death of Thomas Charlesworth
John, Marquis of Granby History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Kirkland, Mr G E Registrar of Births at Southwell 1902
Kirkland, William Church Choir 1877, 1878, 1879
Lane, John Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Attended meeting 11th May 1882 re Common Pasture
Lawson, George Mentioned in extract from Terrier 1864 - Lawson gifted a silver chalice to church, died 22.11.1670. Listed as Rector 1670.
Laycock, Peter Mentioned in terrier as being named on church bell 1710, Rector
Listed as Rector 1722, smallest bell installed in his time, and Poor Box 1718
Lynam, William, Junior Named on church bell 1777
Manners Annie History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Manners, Colonel John History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Manvers Earl Listed as land owner renting land to Revd Cator
Listed as Patron in Crockfords Clerical Directory
Charitable donations listed
Marriott, Charles Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Marsden, Robert 2nd June 1736, extract from Parish Register. Bachelor of Divinity, deacon of the Archdeaconry of Nottm.
Meakin, B Lists the church land occupied by B Meaking 1878
Michell, Gilbert (Rector) Extract from Parish Register 1736. Listed as Rector 1758
Mompesson, Ann History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Mompesson, Catherine History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Mompesson, Elizabeth Referred to in notes, 1689 married John Raworth Apr 7
Mompesson, George History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Mompesson, John History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Mompesson, William Listed as Rector 1708, formerly Rector of Eyam, erected font 1674
Cator writes up a history of the Mompesson family in notebook
Mompesson, William History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Newby, Charles History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Oldfields George Named on church bell, of Nottingham
Palin, John Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Palmer, Robert Name crossed through as Overseer of the Poor 1877
Way Warden 1878,
Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Peck, George Mentioned in terrier as being named on church bell 1710, Warden
Philips, Miss Of Brodsworth, named in letter to Revd Canon Raine re enquiry re dedication of St Andrews
Powtrell, Martin or Walter Referred to in notes from 1619-1640, old registers
Raine, Revd Canon Cator writes to Raine re dedication of church to St Andrew
Raworth, John Referred to in notes, 1689 married Elizabeth Mompesson Apr 7
Roberts, John Died 2nd Dec 1853, aged 72
Roberts, Mary Mentioned on grave of John Roberts
Robinson, Mr Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Rogers, John Name crossed through as Overseer of the Poor 1878
Sampson, Revd Theophilus Former Rector named on Land Apportionment List
Rector, ob 1864
Savile, George Sir History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Savile, Henry Listed as land owner renting land to Revd Cator
Listed as Patron in Crockfords Clerical Directory
Charitable donations listed
Sewell, Revd Capel Her Majesty's Inspector of School Report in Newark Advertiser 1878
Shooter, Thomas Mawe Died 24th Dec 1844 aged 32 and epitaph
Smith, Edith Sunday School Teacher 1879
Smith, Mrs Sunday School Teacher 1879
Smith, Revd Henry Edward (curate) Sunday School Teacher 1879. His stipend is 140 per annum.
Smith, Thomas Referred to in notes from 1619-1640, old registers
Smith, William Choir 1879
Stanley, Frederick Choir 1879
Stanley, Thomas Bell Ringer 1879
Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Story, John Curate for Peter Laycock, died in 1722
Sunderland, Lady History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Teather, George Church Choir 1877, 1878, 1879
Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Attended meeting 11th May 1882 re Common Pasture
Teather, Peter Way Warden 1877
Thompson, Samuel Mentioned in terrier as being named on church bell 1710, Warden
Thornton, James Sunday School Teacher 1878
Tomlington, Richard Extract from Parish Register 1736. Churchwarden. X his mark.
Walker, George Let out Criftin Hill Close Green and Duck Pool Arable Close
Walker, Wright Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Wardale, John William Rector ob 1876
Watkin, Anna History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Watkin, Revd Henry History of the Mompesson family written by Cator in notebook
Watson, Mr Jan 30th 1888 Return made to Mr Watson at 15 Weekday Cross, Nottingham
Whitworth, Charles Attended meeting 15th June 1881 re Assessment Committee
Whitworth, Revd RH Vicar of Blidworth, on trip to Rufford Abbey Chapel with Cator 13th Sep 1883
Wood, Mary Died 6th Sept 1831 aged 72, wife of William
Wood, William Died 3rd Oct 1838 aged 80
Woodcock, John Bell Ringer 1877, 1878, 1879
Wordsworth, Christopher Inscription on coffin, Bishop of Lincoln, born Oct 30th 1807, consecreated Bp of Lincoln Feb 24th 1869, died at Harewood 21st March 1885. Nottm Guardian 26th March 1885
Young, W Cator sends Board of Trade Agricultural Return to Young, 7th June 1882