Adkin Messr One of many who gave musical entertainment at Church Supper 23.1.83
Helped with choir, Harvest 1883, comes from Bilsthorpe
Sings in entertainments/services - 1884
Adkin Mr Of Nottingham, sang in a concert 1884
Allen Sarah Wife of William Allen, married 15 Mar 1885, maiden name Hurt
Allen William Of Hucknall Torkard, married Sarah Hurt 15 March 1885
Allen, Mr A former superintendent of Sunday School, succeeded by Mr Burden
Amos Mr Of Leicester, Agent of the Church Defence Institution of London, gave talk 1887
Andrews John Obtained prize for Night School attendance, April 1885
Anthony Florence Baptised Aug 9th 1885, daughter of George and Naomi
Anthony George Father to Florence and husband to Naomi
Anthony Naomi Mother to Florence and wife to George
Ashton Miss Helps with Choir Concert Feb 1886. From Walesby, niece of Rev Gorton
Ashworth Rev J R Visiting preacher, Chaplain of Newstead Abbey 1886
Aspinall Rev George Was to be visiting preacher Dedication Festival 1890, formerly of East Hardwick, Yorkshire - but too ill to attend
But preaches at Dedication Festival 1892
From Hall Ings, Southowram, Halifax. Late Vicar of East Hardwick, Pontefract
Badger Henry Father of John Edward and husband of Sarah Ann 1884
Badger John Edward Baptised April 27th 1884, son of Henry and Sarah Ann
Badger Sarah Ann Mother of John Edward and wife of Henry 1884
Bainbridge Messrs Provided clothing for Eakring Clothing Club 1894, 1895. From Newark
Ball Mr W Helped with the Choir, Harvest 1883, from Bilsthorpe. Sings in entertainments/services - 1884
Bartle Charles Wilfrid Baptised June 10th 1894, son of John and Priscilla Ann
Bartle John Father of Charles Wilfrid and husband to Priscilla Ann
Bartle Priscilla Ann Mother of Charles Wilfrid and wife to John
Bates Walter Sings song at Church Concert 1896
Baylay Rev A M Y Vicar of Thurgarton, preaches at Lent 1888 & 1891
Becher Major Elected to Diocesan Conference & Diocesan Council 1891
Beckett William MP for Bassetlaw, died 1890. Father in law of Sir Frederick Milner, who succeeds him as MP
Bell Charlotte Elizabeth Maiden name of Charlotte Elizabeth Eyre 1883
Bellamy Charles Husband of Charlotte, father of Ernest, Eliza, Clara Ellen and Frederick Charles
Bellamy Charlotte Wife of Charles, mother of Ernest, Eliza, Clara Ellen and Frederick Charles. Buried Jan 20th 1888 aged 40
Bellamy Clara Ellen Baptised Jan 9 1887, daughter of Charles & Charlotte
Bellamy Eliza Baptised 1883, daughter of Charles & Charlotte
Bellamy Ernest Baptised 1883, son of Charles and Charlotte. School Prize 1887 ?
Bellamy Frederick Charles Baptised 1883, son of Charles and Charlotte
Bellamy Charles Ernest Admitted to Junior Church Choir 1885. Won Sunday School Prize 1886
Bellamy Hannah Eliza Maiden name of Hannah Eliza Hallam
Bennett Mary Buried 13th Aug 1888 aged 64
Bennett William Buried 17th Nov 1888 aged 82
Bennett, Miss Connected to Sunday School Festival 1883
Collected funds for Queens Jubilee Offering 1887
Benson Rev W M Visiting preacher, Lent 1886, from Ollerton. Curate of Edwinstowe
Betts Arthur Took part in play at Temperance Meeting 1884
Won Sunday School Prize 1888
Billing Rev G Visiting speaker, Missionary from Madras 1884, SPG Secretary in Madras
Bingham Henry Marries Susan Ross Oct 8th 1894. Father of John Henry
Bingham John Henry Baptised May 12th 1895 son of Henry and Susan
Bingham Susan Wife of Henry Bingham, mother of John Henry
Bird Charles Married Elizabeth Stocks Dec 3rd 1889
Bird Elizabeth Wife of Charles Bird. Buried 29th Jan 1890 aged 20
Bird Mary Wife to Samuel 1883
Bird Samuel Of Halam, Jan 25th 1883 married Mary Broome
Birkett Clara Sarah Maiden name of Clara Sarah Cartwright 1883
Boag Rev F Curate in charge Sneinton St Albans, visiting preacher Lent 1888
Preached at Provident Club Anniversary (10 years) 1893 - is now Vicar of St Albans
Is to conduct a Mission in Eakring in 1895
Lends out Revd Fooks to help Cator when he is ill 1896
Boddam-Whetham Mrs J Owner of Kirklington Hall 1894 Distributed prizes at Band of Hope Fete held there
Bowring Arthur Married Lucy Cragg May 21st 1889. Father of Arthur John. Of Warsop
Bowring Arthur John Baptised June 5th 1892, son of Arthur and Lucy of Warsop
Bowring Lucy Wife of Arthur Bowring, mother of Arthur John, of Warsop
Boyd Mr Gave an address at Temperance Society Meeting Jan 83
Organising Secretary of Church of England Temperance Society for Southwell Diocese, 1886
Bradley Alice Won school prize 1887
Branston Mr Sells clothing to the Eakring Clothing Club 1894
Brockway Mr Agent of Church Defence Institute, spoke at Eakring 1894
Brodhurst Mr Elected to Diocesan Conference 1891
Brodhurst Rev F Vicar of Sutton in Ashfield, visiting preacher Advent 1887, Lent 1890
Brompton Ellen Buried Oct 3rd 1893 aged 46
Broom Sarah Maiden name of Sarah Paulson
Broome Ada Annie Won Sunday School Prizes - 1883, 1884, 1885, 1888
Marries George Henry Redmile May 16th 1895
Broome Adeline Eliza Baptised April 11th 1895, daughter of Joseph and Mary Elizabeth
Broome Albert Baptised 12th Feb 1888, son of Mary Alice Broome
Broome Alice Mother of Ernest Broome, illegitimate
Broome Alice Wife of Parker Broome, maiden name Alice Rose, mother of Alice Rose & Stephen
Broome Alice Ethel Baptised 14th Aug 1887, daughter of Maria Harriett Broome. Buried Nov 8 1887 aged 6 mths
Broome Alice Rose Baptised 13th Sept 1891, daughter of Parker and Alice
Broome Arthur Baptised (private) 13th Dec 1883, son of George and Emma
Broome Clara Jane Won Sunday School Prize 1888
Won Board School Prize 1888
Broome Edith Baptised June 11th 1893, daughter of Stephen and Frances
Broome Ellen Mother of Rosey Ellen & wife of George
Broome Emily Baptised 13th Sept 1891, daughter of Stephen and Frances
Broome Emma Mother of Arthur, wife of George 1883
Broome Ernest Baptised 13th July 1890, illegitimate son of Alice Broome
Broome Esther Won Board School Prize 1889
Broome Frances Mother of Mary Ann, Emily, Edith & William Thomas and wife of Stephen
Broome George Father of Arthur, husband of Emma 1883
Broome George Father of Rosey Ellen and husband of Ellen
Broome George Buried 18th Nov 1890 aged 67
Broome Harriet Buried Oct 6th 1890 aged 67
Broome Jessie Buried 25th Oct 1892, aged 1 month. NFD
Broome Joseph Baptised 28 Aug 1884, son of Joseph and Mary. Buried Aug 8th 1886, aged 2
Broome Joseph Father of Joseph & Adeline Eliza, and husband to Mary 1884
Appointed Parish Clerk and Sexton 1890, to succeed his father, Mr S Broome
Takes part in Church Supper Entertainment 1893.
Mentioned in magazine re cricket performance 1896 ?
Broome Lucy Mary Maiden name of Lucy Hurt 1883
Broome Maria Harriet Mother of Alice Ethel Broome. Buried May 12th 1888 aged 27
Broome Mary Maiden name of Mary Bird 1883
Broome Mary Buried June 8th 1889 aged 28
Broome Mary Won Sunday School Prize 1888, 1889, 1890, 1893
Board School Prize Winner 1888
Broome Mary Buried April 13 1892 aged 91
Broome Mary Alice Mother of Albert
Broome Mary Ann Baptised July 13th 1890, daughter of Stephen and Frances
Broome Mary Elizabeth Mother of Joseph & Adeline Eliza, and wife of Joseph 1884.
Broome Minnie Confirmed Feb 1886 at Ollerton. Married Edward Oldeman July 1890
Broome Mr S Sexton 1883. Father of Joseph Broome
Broome Mrs Appointed as caretaker of the church 1890. Widow of Stephen Broome.
Broome Parker Marries Alice Rose, Sept 8th 1890, father of Alice Rose [this is correct!] & Stephen
Broome Rosey Ellen Baptised 10th Oct 1886, daughter of George and Ellen
Broome Stephen Baptised 12th March 1893, son of Parker and Alice
Broome Stephen Deceased, his widow becomes caretaker of the church 1890
Was Parish Clerk & Sexton. Buried April 13th 1890 aged 54
Broome Stephen Father of Mary Ann, Emily, Edith & William Thomas, and husband of Frances
Broome Theresa Won Sunday School Prize 1890, 1893
Broome Walter Conduct Prize 1883 Sunday School
Confirmed Feb 1886 at Ollerton
Won Sunday School Prize 1886, 1888, 1890, 1892, 1893
School Prize 1887, 1888
Reported 1889 that he had not missed school for one year
Broome William Thomas Baptised May 10th 1896, son of Stephen and Frances
Buckland Rev W E Vicar of Woodborough, preached at Harvest 1895
Bulling James Builder from Ollerton, who erected school at Rufford 1883
Burchill Sarah Jane Gave recitation at Temperance Meeting 1884
Burden, Mr Once the Master of the Village School
Sunday School Superintendent 1883, succeeded by Mr Packford
Burne Doris May Baptised May 24th 1896, daughter of William Thomas and Mary Ann
Burne Edith Won Sunday School Prize - 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1892
Prize for behaviour & attention in church Aug 1885
School Prize 1887
Won the Work Box for Needlework, Board School 1892
Burne Herbert Conduct Prize 1883 Sunday School. Junior Reward for Conduct, Church Choir 1883.
Sings in concerts - 1884, 1892
Won Sunday School Prize - 1884, 1885, 1886
Confirmed Feb 1886 at Ollerton
Has been elected Captain of the Eakring Juvenile Cricket Club 1889
Vice Captain of Eakring Cricket Club 1891, 1892, 1894, 1896
Present at village party to celebrate Wilfrid Whitworths marriage 1895
Sings song at Church Concert 1896
On the Committee of the Reading Room and Working Mens Club 1896
Burne Mary Ann Wife of William Thomas and mother of Doris May
Burne Mary Annie Sunday School Prizes - 1883, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1889
Won silver thimble for needlework at school 1887
School prizes - 1887, 1888
Won work box for her needlework at school 1889
Burne Miss Present at village party to celebrate Wilfrid Whitworths marriage 1895
Sings song at Church Concert 1896
Burne Mrs Provides a Public Tea for Harvest in the Board School 1888
Burne Thomas St Andrew's Churchwarden 1883 (People's Warden), 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1894, 1895, 1896
Lends his field for a cricket match & other celebrations - 1884, 1885, 1886, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896
Attends Ruridecanal Conference June 1886
1887 fund raising for church clock
Elected Overseer & Constable, as well as Surveyor of the Highway 1888, 1889, 1895.
Present when Rural Dean Canon Trebeck inspects Church 1892
Present at village party to celebrate Wilfrid Whitworths marriage 1895
Burne Walter Won Sunday School Prize 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888
School Prize 1887, 1888
Acted in play at Prize Giving at Board School 1888
Distinguished himself at cricket match, Sunday School Festival, 1890
Given a present for playing the harmonium at Sunday School Festival 1890
Honorary Secretary of Cricket Club 1892, 1894, 1896
Member of Choir Dedication Festival 1893
Elected Clerk of the Parish Council 1895, 1896
Mentioned in magazine for cricket performances 1896
Secretary of the Reading Room and Working Mens Club 1896
Burne William Thomas Becomes organist St Andrews, June 1888, when Mr Edlington leaves
Helps with Church Supper Entertainment 1889, 1892, 1893
Elected as member of Southwell Ruridecanal Conference 1891, 1894
Plays at wedding of Mary Speight and Sidney Smith 1892
Sings comic songs at Church Supper 1895
Organised collection for wedding gift for Mr & Mrs Whitworth 1895
Father of Doris May and husband to Mary Ann Burne
Elected as Local Secretary to the National Agricultural Union 1896
Burson Mrs Provides food for Church Supper Jan 1886, 1887
Has collection box for SPG 1887
Burton Elizabeth Maiden name of Elizabeth Hanson
Bury Rev W E Rector of Screveton. Preached 1892 at Dedication Festival
Butt Reg G H Vicar of Edlington near Horncastle, talked re Foreign Missions, Board School 1895
Talked re work in British Guiana. Old friend of Rector, was fellow curate with him in first curacy at Wilton near Salisbury
Byron Mr Gave talk about the formation of a Parish Council, 1894
Campion Emmeline Baptised April 1st 1892, daughter of John and Mary Elizabeth of North Laiths
Campion John Father of Sarah Jane, Emmeline, Mary Ann and John William, and husband of Mary Elizabeth
Campion John William Baptised April 1st 1892, son of John and Mary Elizabeth of North Laiths
Campion Mary Ann Baptised April 1st 1892, daughter of John and Mary Elizabeth of North Laiths
Campion Mary Elizabeth Mother of Sarah Jane, Emmeline, Mary Ann and John William, and wife of John
Campion Sarah Jane Baptised April 1st 1892, daughter of John and Mary Elizabeth of North Laiths
Capam Mr F J Of Newark. Took photos of Church and Rectory, 1887
Caparn Miss Provides money (possibly from estate of Miss Hurt) to install a new heating system in church, 1895
Carding Mr Elected to Diocesan Conference 1891
Carrodus Mr Drawing Inspector, conducted exam in Board School 1896
Cartwright Agnes Wife of Charles Cartwright
Cartwright Albert Birkett Baptised Dec 9 1883, son of George and Clara Sarah
Cartwright Arthur George Baptised Nov 14 1886, son of George and Clara
Cartwright Charles Married Agnes Walker, Dec 5th 1887
Cartwright Clara Kate Baptised Nov 4th 1890, daughter of George and Clara Sarah
Cartwright Clara Sarah Married to George 1883. Mother of Albert Birkett, Arthur George and Clara Kate
Cartwright George Married Clara Sarah Birkett June 18th 1883. Father of Albert Birkett, Arthur George & Clara Kate
Cator Arthur Of London. Has collection box for SPG 1887
Nephew of Cator. Sailing to South Africa early 1895
Cator Bertie John Lumley Nephew of Rector, only son of Mrs John Cator of Ackworth, buried June 5th 1895 aged 33
Cator Colonel Carried the Bishop's Mace at Confirmation at St Andrews 1884
Present at laying of foundation stone of new Rectory 1885
Attends Sunday School Festival 1887
Attends Lecture by Mr Amos of Church Defence Inst. 1887
Cator Geraldine Rector's niece, hands out prizes at Sunday School Festival 1896
Cator Miss The late Miss Cator of London. Had collection box for SPG 1887
Cator Miss The Rector's niece, hands out prizes at Provident Club Anniversary 1887
Hands out prizes at Sunday School Festival 1888, 1895, 1896
Hands out prizes at Provident Club Anniversary 1891, 1896
Hands out prizes Board School Tea 1892, 1894
Opens Sale of Work at Board School 1892
Cator Mrs Wife of the Colonel. Present at laying of foundation stone of new Rectory 1885
Attends Sunday School Festival 1887, 1889, 1893
Sister in law of the Rector ??. Starts a sewing class in Eakring 1889
From Ackworth? Meets with sewing class at Rectory 1890
Mother of Bertie John Lumley Cator, Rector's nephew ? He died 1895 aged 33
Cator Mrs T (of Ollerton) Made kneelers for church 1883
Presents Sunday School Prizes 1886, 1887, 1889, 1890, 1893, 1895
Has collection box for SPG
Presents School Prizes 1888, 1894
Cator, F H Esq Of London. One of many who gave musical entertainment at Church Supper 23.1.83
Gave Testimony to Temperance Meeting 1883
Sings in concerts 1884
Has collection box for SPG 1887
Cator, Lady Louisa Mother of Canon Cator, died on 7th Jan 1885 aged 90
May 1886, Rector presents organ and a flag to church in memory of his mother
Cator, William Lumley Bertie Rector of St Andrews Church Eakring, writer of 'Our Words and Work for Eakring'
Chair of Eakring Temperance Society
Elected to the School Board 1885, Chairman of Board School 1888, re-elected 1894
Appointed Rural Dean 1886, succeeds Canon Hole
Donates meat at Christmas for the poor
Ex-officio member of the Diocesan Conference as he is Rural Dean
Has a subscription to the SPG
Goes to Oberammergau with Rev Holden in 1890
Elected to Diocesan Council 1891
President of Eakring Cricket Club 1891, 1892, 1894, 1896
Officiated at funeral of Rev W J Cruft, with others, 1891
Resigns as Rural Dean due to poor eyesight, 1892, replaced by Canon Trebeck
Went with choir on trip to Cleethorpes 1892
Unveils Mompessons Cross 1893
End of 1893/beginning 1894 Cator seriously ill and unable to undertake church duties
Cator appointed to an Honorary Canonry at Southwell Minster Feb 1894
Voted as Chairman and Treasurer of the New Parish Council 1894, 1895, 1896
President and Chairman of the Reading Room and Working Mens Club 1895, 1896
Supports the Eakring Clothing Club financially
Use Rector's 'wagonette' to get to Thoresby Park for Band of Hope fete 1895
Present at village party to celebrate Wilfrid Whitworths marriage 1895
Chaired a National Agricultural Union Meeting 1896 in absence of Hon H Finch Hatton MP, Cator elected President of the Eakring Rufford and Bilsthorpe Branch of the organisation
Caudle Charles Confirmed 23 Feb at Caunton 1885
Cave Elizabeth Buried Nov 19th 1896 aged 30
Cavendish Lady Frederick Spoke at Temperance Meeting Nottingham 1893
Chamberlain Mr Edited the Board School Accounts Mar 1886. From Southwell
Chambers Elizabeth Mother of Margaret, wife to John
Chambers John Father of Margaret, husband to Elizabeth
Chambers Margaret Baptised Oct 28th 1892, daughter of John and Elizabeth
Chambers Mr Church Defence Institute, gave lecture 1892
Chapman Elizabeth Wife of Thomas Taylor Chapman, mother of Phoebe Ellen
Chapman Phoebe Ellen Baptised May 10th 1896, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth
Chapman Thomas Taylor Marries Elizabeth Osborne June 17th 1895. Father of Phoebe Ellen
Charlesworth Alice Wife of Stephen, mother to John Henry 1883
Buried June 9th 1884 aged 31
Charlesworth John Henry Baptised Oct 12 1883, son of Stephen and Alice. Buried Oct 19th 1883 aged 2 months
Charlesworth Stephen Husband of Alice, father to John Henry 1883
Chell, Mrs One of many who gave musical entertainment at Church Supper 23.1.83
Chell, Revd G R Vicar of Kneesall
One of many who gave musical entertainment at Church Supper 23.1.83
Attended confirmation at Eakring 1884
Provides a tea for choirs in the Choral Festival 1885
Present at laying of foundation stone of new Rectory 1885
Visiting preacher Advent 1887
Attended Church Supper 1891
Preacher at Sunday School Festival 1891
Conducts funeral of Rev Parsons Turton at Maplebeck 1896
Chorley Mr Marcus Secretary of Junior Branch of Church of England Temperance Society. Gave talk , 1892,1893
Clarke J Messr Eakring Temperance Society Management Committee Member 1883
Clarke Messr One of many who gave musical entertainment at Church Supper 23.1.83
Clarke, Miss One of many who gave musical entertainment at Church Supper 23.1.83
Clayworth Emily Buried Nov 24th 1894 aged 17
Close Mr Conducted drawing examinations 1892, 1893 from Nottingham, local Assistant Inspector, Science & Art Dept
Reported as having died, 1895
Coghill Rev E Vicar of Holy Trinity Southwell, preached at Sunday School Festival 1894
Colton Annie M Prize for good behaviour in church Aug 1885
Sunday School Prize 1886, 1887, 1888
Won prize in Examination of Religious Knowledge 1886
School Prize 1887, 1888, 1889
Colton Frederick Sunday School Prize 1886, 1887, 1888, 1890
School Prize 1887, 1888, 1889
Colton Mrs Confirmed Feb 1886 at Ollerton
Colton W Member of Committee, Reading Room & Working Mens Club 1885
Cooke Rev H Pennant Rector of Darfield in Yorkshire, visiting preacher for Dedication Festival 1888
Cooper Clara Miss Sunday School teacher given a gift by the Rector 1890
Cooper Jemima Maiden name of Jemima Thompson
Cooper John Buried 7th Nov 1891 aged 88
Was for nearly 50 years Parish Clerk, (an office held by his father before him). Memorial piece in magazine. Was Parish Clerk serving four Rectors. Also attended chapel as well as church. Great knowledge of scripture.
Cooper Miss R Sunday School Teacher 1887
Sunday School teacher given a gift by the Rector 1890
Plays harmomium at a talk about Oberammergau 1891
Cooper Mrs Provides Public Tea for Harvest in the Board School 1888
Cooper Richard Buried Dec 7 1888 aged 83
Cooper Thomas Elected to the School Board 1885, 1888, 1891, 1894
Elected as lay delegate to Ruridecanal Conference May 1885, 1888
Attends Ruridecanal Conference June 1886
Sang God Save the Queen o/s his house at Jubilee 1887, had tea in his barn & sports & dancing in his field
Lends out his field for entertainments 1887
Elected Guardian for the Parish 1888 / Guardian of the Poor 1889
Lent out his barn for entertainment 1888
Elected as Rector's Warden 1890 to replace John Hurt. Elected 1894, 1895, 1896
Present when Rural Dean Canon Trebeck inspects Church 1892
Farmer, elected member of first Parish Council 1894. Is made Vice Chairman & again 1895
A District councillor 1894 - did not seek re-election in 1896
Present at village party to celebrate Wilfrid Whitworths marriage 1895
Cooper, Clara Emma Prize for Lessons, Sunday School 1883
Entered Diocesan Prize Scheme Examination 1884 and won prizes
Won Sunday School Prize - 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887
Won prize in Examination of Religious Knowledge 1886
Coupe Elizabeth Mother of Rose Jane Stanley Stubbins and wife to George 1883
Coupe Emily Won Sunday School Prize 1886, 1890
School Prize 1887, 1888
Coupe George Father to Rose Jane Stanley Stubbins and husband to Elizabeth 1883
Buried 9th July 1886 aged 44
Coupe Joseph Elected to Parish Council 1896
Coupe Miss Performed at Church Supper entertainment 1893
Coupe Mrs Becomes Postmistress in new Post Office near the Rectory 1895
Coupe Rosa Won Sunday School Prize 1892, 1893 (same as Rose Jane ?)
Coupe Rose Jane Stanley Stubbins Baptised Dec 25 1883, daughter of George and Elizabeth
Cowan Rev Deans Visiting speaker, gave talk on his missionary work in Madagascar 1893
Cox Mr Organising Visitor for the Board School, from HM School Inspectorate 1891
Cragg Ellen Catherine Wife of John William, married May 7 1885, maiden name Paulson. Mother of George William, Rhoda Ellen & Lily
Cragg George William Baptised Aug 9th 1885, son of Ellen and John
Cragg John William Married Ellen Catherine Paulson on May 7th 1885, father of George William, Rhoda Ellen & Lily
Cragg Lily Baptised May 12th 1889, daughter of John and Ellen
Cragg Lucy Maiden name of Lucy Bowring 1889
Cragg Rhoda Ellen Baptised August 1887, daughter of John William and Ellen Catherine
Crocker Mr Clerk of Works. Present at laying of foundation stone of new Rectory 1885
Cruft Mrs Widow of Rev W J Cruft, who may receive funds intended for her husband before he died 1891
Cruft Rev W G Son of Rev WJ Cruft. In 1895 is Assistant Curate of the Parish Church, Mansfield. Preached at Sunday School Festival 1895
Cruft Rev W J Lends a hand with a Choir Concert Feb 1886
Choir master for the Notts Choral Union & for St Andrews
Gives address as to progress over the past 10 years at St Andrews 1888
Talked at Sunday School Festival 1888
Helps with Church Supper entertainment 1889
Took part in Choral Festival at Edwinstowe 1890
Died 1891, buried at Edwalton 28th July 1891, where he had been priest, memorial written in magazine to him
A fund had been started to help Rev Cruft in time of difficulty before he died, which may be given to his widow
Cunningham Rev E Vicar of Marnham, visiting preacher at Harvest 1887
Curteis Miss Mistress of the school at Rufford 1885
Cuthbert Rev S A Assistant Curate, Mansfield Woodhouse, visiting preacher Advent 1887
Dack Eliza Baptised Dec 27 1885, daughter of Francis & Sarah
Dack Francis Father of Eliza and husband to Sarah (of Nottingham)
Dack Sarah Mother of Eliza and wife of Francis (of Nottingham)
Davies Ann Buried May 11th 1896 aged 51. Cator's housekeeper, dies of influenza/pneumonia. Cator writes an article in Memoriam of his housekeeper.
Davies Mrs Helper at the Sunday School Festival 1895
Davies Rev R L Vicar of East Drayton-cum-Stokeham, preached in Lent 1885
Davis Dorothy Mother of George William and wife to George
Davis George Father of George William and husband to Dorothy
Davis George William Baptised 25th May 1896, son of George and Dorothy
Denison W Beckett Speaker at Conservative Meeting in Eakring 1885
Dennis Elizabeth Martha Baptised 14 Nov 1886, daughter of Thomas James and Emma
Dennis Emma Mother of Elizabeth Martha and wife to Thomas James
Dennis Thomas James Father of Elizabeth Martha and husband of Emma
Dobb George Baptised Nov 13 1892, son of Mary Jane and Matthew
Dobb George Buried Aug 15th 1893 aged 79
Dobb Henry Baptised 8 Nov 1885, son of Matthew and Mary Jane
Dobb Lucy Won school prize 1887, 1888
Dobb Mary Jane Mother of Henry, George & Walter, wife of Matthew
Dobb Matthew Father of Henry, George & Walter, husband of Mary Jane
Dobb Sabina Mary Buried April 11 1892 aged 72
Dobb Walter Baptised 26th Jan 1895, son of Matthew and Mary Jane. Buried Jan 30th aged 7 days
Dodsworth Carlos Father of Elsie Maud and husband to Mary, of Mansfield
Dodsworth Elsie Maud Baptised 11th Aug 1889, daughter of Carlos and Mary
Dodsworth Mary Mother of Elsie Maud and wife to Carlos, of Mansfield
Dolby Elizabeth Mother of Ernest and wife to Samuel
Dolby Ernest Baptised July 14th 1895, son of Samuel and Elizabeth
Dolby Samuel Father of Ernest and husband to Ellizabeth
Dolphin Rev J M Visiting speaker, Vicar of Coddington, Newark, spoke re Missionary work 1883
Spoke at Lent and Harvest 1886
Organising Secretary for SPG in Nottingham Archdeaconry 1890. Gave lecture re Japan at Eakring 1890
Took part in Choral Festival at Edwinstowe 1890
Dowle Mr Of Eastwood - speaks at Ruridecanal Conference 1891
Dowle Mr (brother of Mr C Hugh Dowle) Organised Temperance Entertainment with his brother 1884
Dowle Mr C Hugh Attended Temperance Meetings and Entertainments - 1884
Organised concert 1884
Master of the Board School, resigns June 1885, leaves to work as financial secretary to Mr Smith (late of Leyfields) & tutor to his children
1888 Given a gift for his services to the Eakring Provident Club, of which he was secretary for over 4 years
1889 could not attend Anniversary as he had neuralgia.
Gives written report on the Provident Club 1891
Dowle Mrs Wife of Mr Dowle, the school master
Downman Rev F P Organising CETS Secretary for the Diocese, gave Lecture 1896
Also address the Band of Hope Fete 1896
Gives Magic Lantern Lecture at Board School 1896 re training of children !
Drabble Alice Won Sunday School Prize 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1892, 1893, 1894
Won School Prize 1887, 1888 infants, 1889
Won the Silver Thimble for Needlework, Board School 1892
Won the Work Box for Needlework, Board School 1893
Drabble Fanny Prize for paying attention in church, Aug 1885
Sunday School Prize 1886
Confirmed Feb 1886 at Ollerton
Sunday School Teacher 1887
Sunday School teacher given a gift by the Rector 1890
Drabble Henry Father to Phoebe and husband to Sarah 1884
Drabble Phoebe Baptised March 1884, daughter of Henry and Sarah
Drabble Sarah Mother ot Phoebe and wife to Henry 1884
Dunkley Mr Resigns as Clerk of the Board to the Board School June 1886
Dunstan Mr Lectures at National School Ollerton re Agriculture 1892
Edge Mr Elected to Diocesan Conference 1891
Edlington Mr Joseph A One of many who gave musical entertainment at Church Supper 23.1.83
Eakring Temperance Society Management Committee Member 1883
Church Organist and Choirmaster 1883 onwards
Sings in and arranges concerts - 1884, 1888
Attends Choral Festivals at Southwell 1884
Leaves 1888 to become Organist at Appleby, Westmoreland
Ellerbeck Rev J Vicar of Boughton. Attended Confirmation at Eakring 1884
Preached in Lent 1885
Ellis Beatrice Won Sunday School Prize 1886, 1887, 1888, 1892, 1893, 1894
Wins work box for needlework at Board School, 1895
Ellis Charles William Baptised 9 Dec 1883, son of John and Harriett
Sunday School Prize 1890, 1892, 1893, 1894
Choir boy, present at party to celebrate Wilfrid Whitworths marriage 1895
Ellis George Henry Won Sunday School Prize - 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890
Admitted to Junior Church Choir 1885
Won prize in Examination of Religious Knowledge 1886
Has collection box for SPG 1887
Sang treble solos at Easter 1890. Sang at Church Supper 1892
Ellis Harriett Mother of Charles William & Harry, wife of John 1883
Ellis Harry Baptised 12th Sept 1886, son of John and Harriett Ellis
Sunday School Prize 1893, 1894
Ellis John Father of Charles William & Harry, husband of Harriett 1883
Confirmed 23 Feb at Caunton 1885
Ellis Rose Alice Mother of Walter Edward and wife of Thomas, of North Laiths
Ellis Thomas Father of Walter Edward and husband of Rose Alice, of North Laiths
Ellis Walter Won Sunday School Prize 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1892
School Prize 1887, 1888
Acting as bell-ringer at Sunday School 1889
Receives gift from Mr Whitworth 1890 for work at Sunday School
Receives gift at Sunday School Festival 1890 for ringing the bell
Sang in the Choir for Dedication Festival 1893
On the Committee of the Reading Room and Working Mens Club 1896
Ellis Walter Edward Baptised Mar 28 1886, son of Thomas & Rose Alice
Else Mr Of Edwinstowe. Provides food in Board School for Band of Hope Fete 1896
Elvidge Charlotte Annie O'Diono Baptised Nov 1883, daughter of Samuel Hodges and Maria Elvidge
Elvidge Creswick George Has collection box for SPG 1887
Elvidge Edwin Baptised Sept 8 1886, son of Samuel Hodgson & Maria Elvidge. Buried Sept 29, aged 8 weeks
Elvidge Fanny Has collection box for SPG 1887
Elvidge G C H School Prize 1887
Elvidge Maria Mother of Charlotte Annie & Edwin, and partner of Samuel Hodges ? 1883
Elvidge Mr Of Eakring, supplied clothes to the Eakring Clothing Club 1884
Takes part in entertainment 1886
Epton Mr District Secretary of the National Agricultural Union, spoke at Eakring 1896
Eyre Charlotte Elizabeth Wife to John Eyre 1883
Eyre John Of Littlewood, Shirebrook. Married Charlotte Elizabeth Bell 30th Jan 1883
Eyre John Won Board School Prize 1890
Farrar George Won Board School Prize 1888
Farrow Alice Mother of Elizabeth, Sarah Ann, Clara, John William, Charles Henry, Emma & Charles Edward, wife of Thomas 1883
Farrow Charles Edward Baptised 10th May 1896, son of Thomas and Alice
Farrow Charles Henry Baptised 10th Feb 1889, son of Thomas and Alice
Farrow Clara Baptised 10th Jan 1888, daughter of Thomas & Alice. Buried March 12th 1888 aged 2 months
Farrow Elizabeth Daughter of Thomas & Alice, buried Jan 6th 1883 - age 14 days
Farrow Emma Baptised June 14th 1891, daughter of Thomas and Alice
Farrow George Won Board School Prize 1890, 1892
Farrow John William Baptised Feb 14 1886, son of Thomas and Alice
Farrow Sarah Ann Daughter of Thomas and Alice, baptised Feb 10th 1884
Farrow Thomas Father of Elizabeth, Sarah Ann, Clara, John William, Charles Henry, Emma & Charles Edward, husband of Alice 1883
Favell Annie Won Board School Prize 1892
Win Silver Thimble for Needlework, Board School 1893
Favell Edith Baptised Aug 12th 1894, daughter of George and Mary Ann
Favell Ethel Baptised 13th March 1892, daughter of George and Mary Ann
Favell George Father of Ethel & Edith, and husband to Mary Ann
Favell George William Aged 7, gave a talk at the Board School Entertainment 1896. Named as Fawell in text.
Favell Mary Ann Mother of Ethel & Edith, and wife to George
Fawssett Rev R A Rector of Broadstairs in Kent, covered while Cator on holiday 1891
Filliter Rev G F Visiting preacher Easter 1886
Finch Noyes J G Architect of new Rectory. Present at laying of foundation stone of new Rectory 1885
Foljambe Cecil MP, of Cockglode Presents Petition to House of Commons re Marriage with Deceased Wife's Sister, May 1883
Described as County Alderman in 1892. At National School Ollerton Agricultural Talks
Fooks Rev G H Preached at Sunday School Festival & Harvest 1895
Helps with services when Cator ill during 1896. His Vicar is Revd Boag
Foster Edith Baptised Aug 11th 1889, daughter of Ralph Fretwell and Elizabeth Foster, of Newark
Foster Eliza Won Sunday School Prize 1886
Foster Elizabeth Mother of Edith and wife to Ralph Fretwell
Foster George Husband of Hannah 1883
Foster Hannah Buried April 17th 1883, aged 53, wife of George
Foster Ralph Fretwell Father of Edith and husband to Elizabeth, of Newark
Fraser Rev A Vicar of Harby, visiting preacher at Lent 1888, 1892
Freeker Charlotte Buried Dec 30th 1890 aged 80
Freeker Elizabeth Mother of Florence Lillian and wife to Frank
Freeker Florence Lillian Baptised 14th July 1895 daughter of Frank and Elizabeth
Freeker Frank Father of Florence Lillian and husband to Elizabeth
Freeker George Buried Feb 16 1887, aged 86
Freeker Mary Buried Nov 25th 1887 aged 84
Freeker Mary Esther Conduct Prize 1883 Sunday School
Won Sunday School Prize - 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887
Freeker Samuel Sunday School Prize 1886
Has collection box for SPG 1887
Freeker Sarah Ann Entered Diocesan Prize Scheme Examination 1884 and won a prize
Won Sunday School Prizes - 1883, 1884
Freeker Thomas Sunday School Teacher
Member of Committee, Reading Room & Working Mens Club 1885
Sunday School teacher given a gift by the Rector 1890
Freeman Annie Wife of William Freeman
Freeman William Married Annie Mason on June 16th 1887
Frost Ellen Mother of Lawson Henry & Wilfrid John, and wife to Lawson James
Frost John H Family Butcher, in Eakring, has advertisement in 1895 parish magazine
Frost Lawson Becomes Senior Choir Member 1885
Member of Committee, Reading Room & Working Mens Club 1885
Presents silver plated egg stand to Mr Whitworth as wedding gift from choir 1895
Frost Lawson Henry Baptised Sept 2 1894, son of Lawson James and Ellen Frost
Frost Lawson James Father of Lawson Henry & Wilfrid John, and husband to Ellen
Frost Wilfrid John Baptised Aug 9th 1896, son of Lawson James and Mary Ellen
Fulford Rev W Preaches at Lent 1891, Assistant Curate of Blidworth and Newstead
Gale Anthony Pupil Teacher from Kneesall School, took exams for said post in 1888
Garland Clara Maud Baptised Aug 14th 1892, daughter of John and Mary Ann
Garland Edith Won Workbox at school for Needlework 1887
Won school prize 1887, 1888
Won silver thimble at school for Needlework 1888
Garland Elizabeth Ann Baptised 30 April 1887, daughter of John and Mary Ann
Garland Ethel Baptised Sept 13 1885, daughter of John and Mary Ann
Garland Florence Gertrude Baptised 18th Nov 1889, daughter to John and Mary
Garland John Father to Ethel, Elizabeth Ann, Florence Gertrude & Clara Maud, and husband to Mary Ann
Elected to Parish Council 1896
Garland Mary Ann Mother to Ethel, Elizabeth Ann, Florence Gertrude & Clara Maud, and wife to John
Garland Palmer Took part in play at Temperance Meeting 1884
Garland, Mr Lends his field for festivities May 1883
Held a dance in his barn 1886
Garner Elizabeth Maiden name of Elizabeth Tarr
Garrow Rev E W Buried 29th March 1896 at Bilsthorpe. Cator conducted the service with Rev J W Scott.
Gawn Mr Gave address at Flower Service 1896 in absence of Cator. Helps with services when Cator ill 1896
Giblin Rev H Assistant curate of Edingley with Halam, preaches at Lent 1891
Girkin Doris Mary Baptised Jan 12th 1896, daughter of George and Mary Catherine, of Wycar Leys Bilsthorpe
Girkin George Father of Doris Mary and husband to Mary Catherine
Girkin Josephine Maiden name of Josephine Thornhill
Girkin Mary Catherine Mother of Doris Mary and wife of George
Girkin Miss Performed or helped at concerts/entertainments - 1884, 1893
Present at village party to celebrate Wilfrid Whitworths marriage 1895
Helps with New Years Day celebration at Board School 1896
Sings song at Church Concert 1896
Girkin Miss A Passes Government Inspection 1886 & now declared to be qualified
Becomes Assistant Mistress at School 1891
Plays harmonium for service conducted at dedication of Mompessons Cross 1893
Sept 1894 resigns as Assistant Mistress at the Board School
Glaister Miss Girls Friendly Society speaker Oct 1889
Glen Albert Confirmed 23 Feb at Caunton 1885
Goatley Mr (Revd) George Eakring Temperance Society Management Committee Member 1883 - Secretary
Ordained Deacon at Worcester Cathedral 1883 & becomes Assistant Curate at Tysoe, near Kineton, Warwickshire
Preaches at Bilsthorpe Dedication Festival July 1883, 1885
Godfrey Annie Baptised 7 Aug 1887, daughter of Job and Mary
Godfrey Edwin Baptised March 1885, son of Job and Mary. Buried Aug 21 1885 aged 9 months
Godfrey Elizabeth Won Sunday School Prize 1887, 1888, 1889
Godfrey George Joins the church choir 1884. Becomes Senior Choir Member 1885
Member of Committee, Reading Room & Working Mens Club 1885, 1896
Godfrey George Buried Feb 5th 1896 aged 68
Godfrey Job Father of Lewis Hine, William Henry, Annie & Edwin, and husband of Mary 1883
Lends out Pingle Close for Sunday School Festival Entertainment 1884
Godfrey John Buried June 27th 1886 aged 67
Godfrey Lewis Hine Baptised Jan 28th 1883, son of Job & Mary Godfrey
Buried 30th April 1883, aged 5 months
Godfrey Mary Mother of Lewis Hine, William Henry, Annie & Edwin, wife of Job 1883
Godfrey Mary Elizabeth Won Prize at Sunday School 1890
Godfrey Sarah Buried Dec 12 1884 aged 87
Godfrey Susan Won Sunday School Prize 1885, 1886, 1887
Godfrey William Henry Baptised Jan 28th 1883, son of Job & Mary Godfrey
Prize for good behaviour in church Aug 1885. Sunday School Prize 1886, 1888, 1889
Has collection box for SPG 1887 , 1889
Board School Prize 1888
Gorton Rev C R Helps with Choir Concert Feb 1886
Visiting Preacher, Vicar of Walesby 1886
Preached at Harvest 1891
Gray Canon Visiting preacher, Vicar of Blyth, 1885
Voted Proctor for Convocation 1888 to replace Canon Hole
Greenfield Charles Gifts coal to parishioners at Christmas 1886, 1887, 1890
Described as of (Little Carlton, South Muskham)
1891 establishes Greenfield Charity re distribution of coal to the poor & places noticeboard in church
Buried Oct 27th 1893 aged 44
Greenfield Constance Lottie Baptised June 24 1884, sister of Maria Annie, daughter of George and Mary Jane
Greenfield George Of North Laiths. Father of Constance Lottie, Maria Annie & George Ernest, husband of Mary Jane 1884
Elected to the School Board 1885 (by Rufford ratepayers, 1888, 1894. In 1893 described as Vice Chairman
Attends inspection of Board School 1889
Gives address at New Years Day celebration at Board School 1891
Gives humorous speech at Church Supper 1892
Attends Board School Entertainment & Provident Club Anniversary 1892
Elected Vice President of Eakring Cricket Club 1894, 1896
Elected Vice President and Vice Chairman of the Reading Room and Working Mens Club 189, 1896
Attended meeting at Rectory re Church Defence Institute 1895
At Church Supper 1896
Attended National Agricultural Meeting 1896
Greenfield George Ernest Baptised Aug 12th 1890, son of George and Mary Jane, of North Laiths, Liberty of Rufford
Greenfield Maria Annie Baptised June 24 1884, sister of Constance Lottie, daughter of George and Mary Jane
Greenfield Mary Jane Mother of Constance Lottie, Maria Annie & George Ernest, wife of George 1884
Hands out prizes at Provident Club Anniversary 1888. From North Laiths
Hands out prizes at Sunday School Festival 1892, 1893
Gives out Prizes at Board School 1893.
Greenfield Miss Of Boughton, sang song at Church Concert 1896
Greenfield Miss Of North Laithes, present at the Sunday School Festival 189
Presents prizes for sports at Eakring provident Club Anniversary 1894
The Misses Greenfield play a piano duet at Church Supper 1896
Greenfield Mr H Elected to Diocesan Conference 1891
Greenfield Mr Henry Helped with the Choir Harvest 1883, from Bilsthorpe
From Belle-eau-Park? Was beaten by Mr Simpson of Boughton in County Council Elections 1892
Greenfield Sherod School Prize 1887
Plays violin at the Church Supper 1896
Hacking Rev Egbert Rector of Eyam, Derbyshire. Visiting preacher at Sunday School Festival 1887
in 1889 is Vicar at St James Derby. Building a new church called St Dunstans. Cator donates church furniture to him for new church.
Hall Mary Mother of William Arthur
Hall Miss Runs a Dairy School in Eakring June12 -22 1893
Hall William Arthur Baptised Feb 14 1886, son of Mary Hall
Hallam Hannah Eliza Wife of James William, maiden name Bellamy
Hallam Henry Elected member of Board School, 1885, 1888. Retires from Board 1889
Hallam Henry Buried Dec 18th 1893 aged 64
Hallam James William Marries Hannah Eliza Bellamy June 10th 1891
Halloran Rev J A Vicar of Oxton, to address Temperance Meeting 1887
Hanson Elizabeth Wife of William
Hanson William Married Elizabeth Burton on Aug 31st 1886
Hardwick Charles Joins the church choir 1884. Becomes Senior Choir Member 1885
Member of Committee, Reading Room & Working Mens Club 1885
Hardwick Charles Father of Florence May and husband to Selina Annie
Hardwick Florence May Baptised June 9th 1893, daughter of Charles and Selina Annie
Hardwick Selina Annie Mother of Florence May and wife to Charles
Hatton Hon H Finch MP Meant to give talk at National Agricultural Union but could not get! Cator took his place.
Hatton Mr Helps with Choir Concert Feb 1886, friend of Mr Packford
Hatton Rev J E Assistant Curate of East Retford, preached at Choral Festival Kneesall 1885
Hayes Albert Baptised 25 July 1886, son of Henry and Sarah. Buried 27th July 1886 aged 12 months
Hayes Alfred Baptised April 4th 1895,son of Thomas and Elizabeth of Inkersall Farm
Hayes Elizabeth Mother of Alfred and wife to Thomas of Inkersall Farm
Hayes Harriet Alice Mother of Harriet Ann, William Albert
Hayes Harriet Ann Baptised 13th Dec 1889, aged 6, daughter of Harriet Alice Hayes
Hayes Henry Infant Class - School Prize 1887
Hayes Henry Father of Albert and husband of Sarah
Hayes S Member of Committee, Reading Room & Working Mens Club 1885
Hayes Sarah Mother of Albert and wife of Henry
Hayes Thomas Father of Alfred and husband to Elizabeth of Inkersall Farm
Hayes William Albert Baptised 13th Dec 1889, aged 5, son of Harriet Alice Hayes
Hayes William Henry Won Board School Prize 1892
Hayman Mrs Of Edwinstowe. Helps with Choir Concert Feb 1886
Hayman Rev H T Vicar of Edwinstowe. Helps with Choir Concert Feb 1886
Preaches at Provident Club Anniversary May 1886
Preaches for Queens Jubilee Celebration 1887
Took part in Choral Festival, Edwinstowe, 1890
Preached at Flower Festival 1891
Preaches at Lent & Provident Club Anniversary 1892
Preaches at Band of Hope Fete 1893 at Perlethorpe Church
Preaches at Dedication Festival 1894
Haywood George Buried April 2nd 1887, aged 86
Haywood Sarah Buried Sept 9th 1884 aged 82
Heath Francis Buried 24 Nov 1886 aged 88 years
Helm Mr Lectured in Board School on the history of the Church of England 1887
Helyar Miss Daughter of Mrs Savile Lumley of Rufford Abbey. Presents handed to children at New Years Day celebration 1896
Henniker-Gotley Rev George Visiting preacher Easter 1889, old friend of the Rector
Assistant Curate, S. Peters in the East, Oxford.
Preached at Flower Service 1889
Preached Good Friday 1896
Hertz Mr Gave entertainment as Conjurer and Ventiloquist, Board School 1892
Highfield Frances Confirmed Feb 1886 at Ollerton
Hinde Miss Brought over the Rufford Band of Hope to a Lecture, Temperance Society, in Lord Savile's carriage
Hodges Charlotte Annie O'Dioni Possible alternative name for Charlotte Elvidge 1883
Hodges Samuel Father of Charlotte & Edwin Elvidge, partner ? Of Maria Elvidge 1883
Hodgson Edwin Possible alternative name for Edwin Elvidge 1886 Died aged 8 weeks
Hodgson Samuel Same person as Samuel Hodges
Holah Elizabeth Mother of William Henry and wife to George Henry
Holah George Henry Father of William Henry and husband to Elizabeth, of Nottingham
Holah William Henry Baptised May 12th 1889, son of George Henry and Elizabeth, of Nottingham
Holden Rev H M Visiting preacher Sunday School Festival 1889, Vicar of Caunton
Preached at Provident Club Anniversary 1890
Went to Oberammergau with Canon Cator 1890
Preached at Sunday School Festival 1890
1891 is Vicar of S Leonards, Newark. Gives talk on Oberammergau
Hole Mrs Canon Hole's wife, presented with leaving gift 24 Feb 1888 at Southwell
Hole, Revd Canon Vicar of Caunton, Rural Dean for the Area 1885
Present at laying of foundation stone of new Rectory 1885
President of Ruridecanal Conference June 1886
Visiting speaker May 1887, now Proctor in Convocation
1888 is Dean of Rochester. Given leaving gift 24 Feb at Southwell 1888
Hollis Harry Married Ruth Walker Sept 1884
Hollis Ruth Maiden name Walker, married Harry Hollis Sept 1884
Holmes Charles Married Isabella Paulson Jan 26 1884
Holmes Isabella Maiden name Paulson, married Charles Holmes Jan 26 1884
Holroyde Rev J Vicar of Stapleford, Organising Secretary Southwell Temperance Society, speaks at meeting Eakring 1889
Hopkin John Tom Buried Dec 16 1884 aged 27
Hunt Betsy Baptised June 9th 1886, daughter of George and Sarah. Buried 16th July 1886, aged 5 weeks
Hunt George Marries Sarah Ann Walker Oct 20 1885. Father of Betsy
Hunt John Buried 20th Sept 1894 aged 74
Hunt Sarah Buried 6th Sept 1892, aged 51
Hunt Sarah Ann Wife of George, mother of Betsy. Buried 9th Aug 1888 aged 25
Hurt Albert Baptised Nov 8 1885, son of Frederick and Sally. Won Sunday School Prize 1892
Hurt Ann Baptised Mar 10th 1895, daughter of Frederick and Sally
Hurt Ann Buried July 31st 1896 aged 73
Hurt Ann Buried Jan 6th 1891 aged 77
Hurt Annie Baptised 24 June 1886, daughter of Henry and Annie. Buried July 3rd 1886, 19 weeks
Hurt Annie Mother of Annie and wife to Henry
Hurt Elizabeth Baptised July 8th 1888, illegitimate daughter of Sarah Ann Hurt
Hurt Ellen Baptised 13th April 1890, daughter of Frederick and Sally
Hurt Ellen Louisa Baptised Nov 30th 1891, daughter of Herbert and Eva Hurt. Buried Dec 5th 1891 aged 5 weeks.
Hurt Ellen Mary Baptised Dec 25th 1895 daughter of Herbert and Eva
Hurt Eva Mother of Ellen Louisa, Leonard & Ellen Mary, and wife to Herbert
Hurt Frederick Father of Albert, Mary Ann, William, Ellen, Mary Alice, John William & Ann, husband to Sally
Hurt George Buried Dec 14 1883 aged 46
Hurt George Buried Feb 7th 1893, aged 63
Hurt Henry Father of Annie and husband of Annie
Hurt Herbert Baptised Jan 6 1888, son of Richard and Susan
Hurt Herbert Father of Ellen Louisa, Leonard & Ellen Mary, and husband to Eva Hurt
Hurt Jane Former caretaker of the church, succeeded by Mrs Broome 1890. She is a widow (of John Hurt?). She retains the care & washing of the altar linen and surplices.
Dies in 1892 & has memorial in magazine. Buried Feb 3rd 1892
Hurt John St Andrew's (Rectors) Churchwarden 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889
Elected to the School Board 1885
1888 Voted Vice Chairman of Board School
1887 fund-raising for church clock
Buried Aug 12th 1889 aged 78. Piece written in tribute.
Hurt John Married Mary Ann Hurt Dec 19th 1889. Father of Walter, John George & William Henry
Hurt John George Baptised Feb 14th 1892, son of John and Mary Ann Hurt
Hurt John Henry Buried 24th Jan 1889 aged 7 months, NFD
Hurt John William Baptised 9th April 1893, son of Frederick and Sally Hurt
Hurt Joseph Buried Sept 7th 1885 aged 79
Hurt Leonard Baptised 22nd July 1893, son of Herbert and Eva. Buried July 24th 1893 aged one month
Hurt Lucy Mary Wife to William Hurt. Mother of William Henry. Buried 29th Sept 1888 aged 26
Hurt Mary Mother of Richard Hurt
Hurt Mary Buried Oct 10th 1892, aged 88
Hurt Mary Buried Jan 18 1896 aged 85, of Bevercotes
Hurt Mary Alice Baptised Jan 8th 1891, daughter of Frederick and Sally
Hurt Mary Ann Baptised July 17 1886, daughter of Frederick and Sally. Buried 19th July 1886, 6 hours old
Hurt Mary Ann Wife of John Hurt. Believe Hurt was also her maiden name. Mother of Walter, John George & William Henry
Hurt Mary J Won Board School Prize 1889
Hurt Miss Connected to Sunday School Festival 1883
Hurt Miss Deceased, believe left 100 to church, which Miss Caparn passed on. Money used to install new church heating
Hurt Mr W Of Kneesall, sang in a concert 1884
Hurt Richard Baptised Dec 9th 1888 illegitimate son of Mary Hurt
Hurt Richard Buried 25th Feb 1887 aged 83
Hurt Richard Father of Herbert and husband of Susan
Hurt Richard Buried July 26th 1894 aged 77
Hurt Sally Mother to Albert, Mary Ann, William, Ellen, Mary Alice, John William & Ann, wife to Frederick
Hurt Sarah Maiden name of Sarah Allen
Hurt Sarah Ann Mother of Elizabeth Hurt
Hurt Susan Mother of Herbert and wife of Richard
Hurt Walter Baptised 3rd May 1890, son of John and Mary Ann
Hurt William Baptised Jan 13th 1889, son of Frederick & Sally. Buried Jan 19th 1889, 4 days old
Hurt William Jan 29th 1883 married Lucy Mary Broome. Father of William Henry, baptised Nov 11 1883
Hurt William Buried June 11th 1887, aged 60
Hurt William Adkin Buried 20th Sept 1890 aged 56
Hurt William Henry Baptised Feb 28th 1895, son of John and Mary Ann
Hurt William Henry Baptised Nov 1883, son of William and Lucy Mary
Hutchinson Joseph Buried Dec 26 1884 aged 86
Hutchinson Marion Won the Work Box for Needlework, Board School 1896
Hutchinson Sarah Wins Board School Prize 1888
Hutton Colonel Elected to Diocesan Conference 1891
Huxley Rev J Visiting Preacher, Assistant Curate at Southwell, 1886
Elected to Diocesan Conference 1891
Ingram Rev A J Holding funds for the Southwell Bishopric Fund 1883
Ireson John Father of Tom Thornhill and husband of Kate 1883
Ireson Kate Mother of Tom Thornhill and wife of John 1883
Ireson Tom Thornhill Baptised Dec 9 1883, son of John and Kate
Jackson Frederick Had SPG collecting box 1890
Jackson Mr Husband of the late Mrs Jackson, from Leake, Lincolnshire
Jackson Mr Makes 'famous buns' for children at Board School Tea 1888
Jackson Mrs Died a few months after her confinement, on 16th Sept 1888 at Leake in Lincolnshire. Some connection with Eakring, with a large piece written about her demise
Jackson Rev Canon Vicar of St Stephens Nottingham, stood for post of Proctor for Convocation 1888, beaten by Canon Gray
Jackson Robert Blanchard Father of Robert Wilson and husband to Sarah Anne
Jackson Robert Wilson Baptised 8th Jan 1888, son of Robert Blanchard and Sarah Anne
Jackson Sarah Anne Mother of Robert Wilson and wife of Robert Blanchard
Jarvis Rev C E Visiting Missioner 1884. Rector of Hatton, near Wragby, Lincolnshire
Preaches at Provident Club Anniversary 1889
Jepson Elizabeth Mother of Phoebe Elizabeth, wife of Robert 1883
Jepson Phoebe Elizabeth Baptised 9 Dec 1883, daughter of Robert and Elizabeth
Jepson Robert Father of Phoebe Elizabeth, husband of Elizabeth 1883
Johnson Charlotte Buried 4th May 1889 aged 78
Joseph Rev H M Visiting lecturer from Antigua for SPG 1891
Jukes Rev H Vicar of Christchurch Newark, gave Temperance Address 1886
King Canon Bishop of Lincoln succeeding Christopher Wordsworth
King Rev R J Visiting preacher, Assistant Curate of Warsop, talked on temperance - 1883, 1884, 1887
Spoke at the Provident Club Anniversary 1888
Preached at Harvest 1896, Curate of Warsop, harvest had been particularly bad.
Kirby Rev Reginald Vicar of Mixbury, visiting preacher at Harvest 1893
Kirk Ann Mother of George and wife of John Johnson
Kirk Daniel Baptised Feb 14 1892, son of George and Eliza Kirk
Kirk Eliza Mother of Daniel & Naomi, and wife of George
Kirk George Baptised 28th Nov 1889, son of John Johnson and Ann Kirk
Kirk George Father of Daniel & Naomi, and husband of Eliza
Kirk John Johnson Father of George and husband of Ann
Kirk Naomi Baptised May 12th 1895 daughter of George and Eliza
Kirk Susan Lowden Maiden name of Susan Lowden Stocks
Kirkland Alice Won Board School Prize 1888, 1890, 1892
Won Sunday School Prize - , 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1890, 1892
Becomes Monitor at Board School 1891
Kirkland Fanny Prize for Lessons, Sunday School 1883
Entered Diocesan Prize Scheme Examination 1884
Won Sunday School Prize - 1884, 1885
Confirmed Feb 1886 at Ollerton
Kirkland Frances Ward Sunday School Prize 1886
Sunday School Teacher 1887
Kirkland George Becomes Clerk of the Board, Eakring & Rufford Board School, June 1886. He works at Solicitors in Southwell. Replaces Mr Dunkley who has resigned
Kirkland John Clerk to the Guardians, Southwell Workhouse 1885 onwards
Kirkland Joseph Sunday School Prizes 1883, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890
Entered Diocesan Prize Scheme Examination 1884
Won prize for Saturday School 1884
Acted in play at Prize Giving at Board School 1888.
Won school prize 1888, 1889, 1890
Knowles Lucy Buried 21 Feb 1885 aged 22
Lacey Bertha Baptised Nov 8th 1891, daughter of James and Esther Annie Lacy
Lacey Esther Annie Mother of Mary Elizabeth, Bertha, Lily & May, wife to James
Lacey James Father of Mary Elizabeth, Bertha, Lily & May, husband to Esther Annie
Lacey Lily Baptised April 9th 1893, daughter of James and Esther Annie
Lacey Mary Elizabeth Baptised Nov 8th 1891, daughter of James and Esther Annie Lacy
Lacey May Baptised June 30th 1895, daughter of James and Esther Annie
Lee Charles Father of Sarah Ellen and husband of Clara Harriett
Lee Clara Harriett Mother of Sarah Ellen and wife of Charles
Lee Sarah Ellen Baptised 12th Feb 1893, daughter of Charles and Clara Harriett
Leeper Rev W C Curate in charge of Winthorpe, Newark, Visiting Preacher 1886, Lent preacher 1890
Lillford Charlotte Buried Nov 3 1895 aged 78
Lillford Leonard Buried 25th Feb 1890 aged 73
Lumley Miss Savile From Rufford Abbey
Pays for school to be built at Rufford, laid foundation stone June 1883.
Sister to Sir John Lumley and Mr Savile
Attends Sunday School Festival 1887
1888 Requests memorial service for Mr Savile, who died in Cannes 1887
Lumley Savile Accompanied Sir Frederick Milner to give talk at Eakring 1892
Lumley Sir John Brother of 'Miss Lumley' and Mr Lumley
Present at opening of new Rufford School 1883
Lunn Elizabeth Mother to Mary Elizabeth, wife of Joseph
Lunn Joseph Father to Mary Elizabeth & husband to Elizabeth
Lunn Mary Elizabeth Baptised Nov 3 1885, daughter of Joseph & Elizabeth Lunn. Buried 30th Nov aged 11 mths
Lunn Mr Smith & Lunn Builders of Rectory. Present at laying of foundation stone of new Rectory 1885
Macdonald Rev T M Chaplain to Earl Manvers, from Perlethorpe, speaks at Sunday School Festival 1889
Malton Rev W H C Visiting preacher 1891, Assistant Curate from Hoveringham
Elected to Diocesan Conference 1891
Manners Rev F B Vicar of Kirklington, visiting preacher 1890
Speaks at Ruridecanal Conference 1891
Preached during Easter 1892 when Cator ill
Preached at Flower Service 1895 - named there as Manvers rather than Manners
Preached at band of Hope Fete Perlethorpe Church 1895
Conducts funeral of child named Phoebe Osborne, 1896
Manvers Countess Lays Foundation Stone of New Rectory Dec 1885
Provides a tea for children of the Board School Easter 1886
Manvers Earl Presents Petition to House of Commons re Marriage with Deceased Wife's Sister, May 1883
Attends meeting at Ollerton National School 1894 with Sir Frederick Milner and Viscount Newark
Supports the Eakring Clothing Club financially
Opens Thoresby Park for the band of Hope Fete 1895
Maples Rev W Preacher at Harvest 1890, Vicar of St Johns Mansfield
Mappin Mr F T MP for East Retford 1883, presented Petition to Parliament re closing public houses on Sundays 1883
Marriot George Reginald Baptised June 10th 1883, son of Charles and Sarah
Marriott Albert Girkin Baptised 31 July 1887, son of Charles and Sarah Eliza
Marriott Charles Husband of Sarah Eliza and Father of George Reginald, Florence & Albert Girkin
Marriott Elizabeth Won Sunday School Prize -1887
Marriott Florence Baptised April 12th 1885, daughter of Sarah and Charles
Marriott Sarah Eliza Wife of Charles, mother of George Reginald, Florence & Albert Girkin
Marshall Ann Mother of Tom & Charles Robert, and wife of Thomas, of North Laiths
Marshall Charles Baptised May 22 1889, son of John and Elizabeth
Marshall Charles Robert Baptised 25th May 1890, son of Thomas and Ann Marshall of North Laiths
Marshall Clara Harriett Baptised March 25th 1889, daughter of John and Elizabeth
Marshall Elizabeth Mother of Clara Harriett & Charles, and wife to John
Marshall Harriet Alice Mother of Mary Ann & Joseph. Formerly Harriet Alice Hayes - see other children
Marshall John Father of Clara Harriett & Charles,and husband to Elizabeth
Marshall Joseph Baptised 13th Dec 1889, son of William and Harriet Alice
Marshall Mary Ann Baptised 13th Dec 1889, aged 1, daughter of William and Harriet Alice Marshall
Marshall Mrs Wife of Robert, of Leyfields, hosts a Cottage Lecture 1886
Elected an Associate of the Girls Friendly Society 1889
Had SPG collecting box 1890
Gives out prizes or attends Sunday School Festival 1892, 1893
Gives out commemorative medals to children at Board School 1893 to celebrate marriage of the Duke of York to Princess Victoria May of Teck
Marshall Robert Of Leyfields, elected lay delegate to Ruridecanal Conference May 1885, 1888, 1891, 1894
Elected a Member of the Diocesan Conference 1888, attends also 1890
Vice President of Reading Room and Working Mens Club at Eakring 1885
Hosts a Cottage Lecture 1886
Provides Jubilee Medals for children 1887
Attends Lecture by Mr Amos of Church Defence Inst. 1887
Elected to School Board 1888, representing Rufford. And in 1894. Speaks at the Board Tea
Honorary Secretary of Eakring Branch of Church Defence Institute 1890.
Gives address at New Years Day celebration Board School 1891
Has subscription for SPG
Attends Church Supper 1892. Attends Board School Entertainment 1892
Vice Chairman of the School Board gives out prize to George Rowland 1894
Gives out prize at Board School 1895
Attended meeting at Rectory re Church Defence Institute 1895. Becomes Honorary Sec of local branch
Present at village party to celebrate Wilfrid Whitworths marriage 1895
Marshall Thomas Father of Tom & Charles Robert, and husband to Ann, of North Laiths
Marshall Tom Baptised 9th June 1889, son of Thomas and Ann
Marshall William Father of Mary Ann & Joseph, husband of Harriet Alice
Mart, Mr Gave a Temperance Address at Eakring Aug 1883
Martin Rev H A Vicar of Laxton, officiated with others at funeral of Rev W J Cruft 1891
Mason Annie Maiden name of Annie Freeman
Mason Mr W H Barrister at Law from Morton Hall East Retford, to give Lecture on Church History 1890
Maude John Buried 6th April 1890, aged 75. Former teacher at Board School, former member of Choir. Steadfast & faithful servant
Maude, Mr George Key Parish Clerk 1883. Devoted servant to the Church. Buried 30th Oct 1887, aged 74
McKee Rev R A Visiting preacher, Vicar of Farnsfield 1883
Superintendent of Diocesan Prize Scheme Examination 1884
Preaches for Anniversary of Provident Club 1884
Preaches for St Andrews Day 1886
Preaches for Sunday School Festival 1888
Secretary of the Southwell Deanery Church Restoration Society 1889, 1890. Also Hon Treasurer 1895
Preaches Lent 1891
Elected to Diocesan Conference 1891
Preaches at Flower Service 1893
McNulty Revd T Visiting preacher, Assistant Curate of Ollerton, 1883
Mee Charlotte Buried 14th April 1892 aged 65
Mee Sarah Ann Buried March 5th 1896 aged 46
Melville, Mrs Sunday School Teacher 1883
Merrin Mr Reading Room opened in his home October 1892
Merryweather Mr Elected to Diocesan Conference 1891
Mettham George Miller and farmer. Elected to the School Board 1889 to replace John Hurt, deceased. Elected again 1891, 1893
Elected member of first Parish Council 1894. Elected Overseer 1895
Elected to Parish Council 1896
On the Committee of the Reading Room and Working Mens Club 1896
Mettham John Sunday School Prizes 1883, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1890
Mettham Rose Prize for Lessons, Sunday School 1883
Meugens Rev A G M Rector of Carlton in the Willows, Nottingham, visiting preacher for Harvest 1888
Meynell Rev H Vice-Provost of Denstone College talked at Ruridecanal conference re S Cuthberts College, Worksop 1889
Michaelson Rev E B Sang in a concert 1884. Preached for Dedication Festival 1884
Mills Rev J F H Visiting preacher at Lent 1886. Rector of Hockerton. Preacher at Lent 1890
Milner Sir Frederick Son in law of the late William Beckett MP. Elected to replace him 1890. From Nun Appleton.
Member for Bassetlaw. Visited Eakring with Savile Lumley and Mr Bell to give a talk 1892
Re-elected as MP July 1892
Presents petition to Parliament against Welsh Suspensory Bill 1893, 101 signatures from Eakring
Speaks at a meeting at National School Ollerton 1894
Gave talk in Board School 1895
Minkley Mr Elected to Diocesan Conference 1891
Minty Rev F A Preached at Christmas 1893 as Cator ill
From Ashbourne. Preached at the Eakring Provident Club Anniversary 1894
Monckton Miss Of the Manor House, Southwell. Allowed Choir to picnic in her grounds, June 1885, 1886
Moncrief Rev Archibald Vicar of Rugeley, Staffs, preached at Dedication Festival 1893
Moody Ann Nee Ann Paulson, married James Moody 11 Dec 1883. Mother of Ruth
Moody Benjamin Won Board School Prize 1888, 1892
Moody Edie Buried April 11th 1891 aged 79
Moody Hannah Maiden name of Hannah Robinson
Moody James Married Ann Paulson, 11 Dec 1883. Father of Ruth
Moody Ruth Baptised July 14th 1895, daughter of James and Ann
Moody Ruth Buried Dec 4th 1894 aged 2
Moody Samuel Buried 28th Aug 1889, aged 82
Mortimer Mr Elected to Diocesan Conference 1891
Moss Mr Editor of the Retford & Gainsborough Times, came to talk by Sir Frederick Milner 1895 Board School
Naylor Mr Architect of the Diocesan Surveyors. Inspects Church & Rectory 1887
Need Sir Arthur Former rep for Diocesan Council and Diocesan Conference, replaced by Major Warrand in 1889
Newark Viscount Chairman of a meeting held at the National School Ollerton 1894, with Sir Frederick Milner
Newham Miss Musical performer at concert/entertainments - 1884
Norman Miss Brought over the Rufford Band of Hope to a Lecture, Temperance Society, in Lord Savile's carriage
Norman Mr Sang at the Church Supper 1889, 1893
Norton Rev W T Visiting preacher Jan 1885
Oldeman Edward Married Minnie Broome July 8th 1890, father to Winifred Lucy
Oldeman Minnie Married to Edward Oldeman, maiden name Minnie Broome, mother to Winifred Lucy
Oldeman Winifred Lucy Baptised Oct 4th 1891, daughter to Edward and Minnie of Warsop
Opie Mr Gave Temperance Address 1890, from Christ Church Newark
Osborne Elizabeth Confirmed Feb 1886 at Ollerton
Marries Thomas Taylor Chapman June 17th 1895 ?
Osborne Emily Mother of Mabel and wife of Sam
Osborne Joseph Buried 23 Dec 1886, aged 85, died in Southwell Workhouse
Osborne Mabel Baptised May 19th 1895 daughter of Sam and Emily
Osborne Mary Won school prize 1887
Buried March 18th 1895, aged 16
Osborne Richard Buried April 16th 1895, aged 76
Osborne Sam Father of Mabel and husband of Emily
Osbourne Ellen Mother of John William, Phoebe & James and wife of John 1883
Osbourne James Baptised Dec 9th 1888, son of John and Ellen
Osbourne John Father of John William, Phoebe & James and husband of Ellen 1883
Osbourne John William Baptised 1883, son of John and Ellen
Osbourne Phoebe Baptised Jan 10th 1886, daughter of John and Ellen
Buried June 26th 1896 aged 11, Cator writes article in Memoriam
Osbourne William Won Sunday School Prize 1893
Outram Mr Elected Vice President of the National Agricultural Union, 1896. From Bilsthorpe
Packford Mr Charles Successor to Mr Goatley, assistant to the Rector (Lay Reader), July 1883, lives at Rectory
Becomes Sunday School Superintendent Aug 1883
Sings in concerts - 1884
Superintends at Southwell Choral Festival 1884
Delivers flowers to Work House 1884
Helps with the night School 1885
Leaves the Parish after three years, Sept 1886
Had collection box for SPG 1886
Packford Mrs Wife of Mr Packford, to live at the Rectory 1883. Leaves in 1886
Packford Vernon L Had collection box for SPG 1886
Paley Rev F H Visiting preacher Lent 1890, Rector of Gonalston
Palin Annie Wins School Prize 1887, 1888
Wins silver thimble for school needlework 1889
Palin Ethel Wins School Prize 1888, 1889, 1890, 1892
Wins work box for School Needlework 1894
Wins silver thimble for School Needlework 1895
Palin Mr Gives Temperance Address - 1884
Paling Messr John Eakring Temperance Society Management Committee Member 1883
Joiner, put up for first Parish Council 1894 but withdrew
Palmer Ann Buried April 7th 1896 aged 82
Palmer Mr Robert Gives Temperance Address - 1884
Lends his field out for entertainments - 1884 - 1896
Elected to the School Board 1885, 1888, 1891, 1894
Mr Palmers field hired out for cricket season 1894
Farmer, elected member of first Parish Council 1894
Elected to Parish Council 1896, Vice Chairman
Papworth Fanny Mother of Susan Frances and wife to Harry William 1884
Papworth Harry William Father to Susan Frances and husband to Fanny 1884
Papworth Susan Frances Baptised Aug 10 1884 daughter of Harry William and Fanny
Parr Edith Sophia Mother of Sarah & George William and wife of Samuel
Parr George William Baptised Oct 11th 1896, son of Samuel and Edith Sophia
Parr Samuel Father of Sarah & George William, and husband to Edith Sophia
Parr Sarah Baptised Nov 11 1894, daughter of Samuel and Edith Sophia
Parsons Arthur Baptised 12th Feb 1888, son of Henry and Ellen
Parsons Ellen Wife of Henry, mother of Robert, Mary Ann, Arthur & Ellen - Rufford
Parsons Ellen Baptised 25th May 1890, daughter of Henry and Ellen, of Rufford
Parsons Henry Father of Robert, Mary Ann, Arthur & Ellen, husband of Ellen - Rufford
Parsons Mary Ann Baptised April 5th 1885, daughter of Henry and Ellen
Parsons Robert Baptised Jan 14th 1883, son of Robert & Ellen
Paulson Ann Married James Moody 11 Dec 1883
Paulson Annie Sarah Wife of John George Paulson
Paulson Edwin Baptised 10th Oct 1886, son of William and Sarah
Paulson Ellen Catherine Maiden name of Ellen Cragg
Paulson George Butwick Buried March 18th 1889, aged 70
Paulson Isabella Married Charles Holmes Jan 26 1884
Paulson John George Labourer, elected member of first Parish Council 1894
Elected to Parish Council 1896
Marries Annie Sarah Walker May 25th 1896
Paulson John William Baptised 11 Dec 1887, son of William and Sarah
Paulson Rhoda Ellen Catherine Baptised July 13th 1890, daughter of William and Sarah
Paulson Sarah Wife of William, married Dec 24 1885. Mother of Edwin, John William, Rhoda Ellen Catherine & Wallace
Paulson Wallace Baptised Jan 14th 1893, son of William and Sarah
Paulson William Married Sarah Broom on Dec 24 1885. Father of Edwin, John William, Rhoda Ellen Catherine & Wallace
Pearce Annie Elizabeth Baptised Feb 10 1884, daughter of John and Hannah
Pearce Hannah Mother of Annie Elizabeth, wife of John
Pearce John Father of Annie Elizabeth, husband of Hannah
Pearson Lizzie Baptised Nov 8 1885 daughter of Richard and Lucy
Pearson Lucy Mother of Lizzie and wife of Richard
Pearson Richard Father of Lizzie and husband of Lucy
Philips Mr R Gave a Temperance Address at Eakring Feb 1883
Phillips Rev J E Visiting preacher, Vicar of Hucknall Torkard 1886
Ping Rev Andrew Curate in charge of St Lukes Nottingham. Spoke at Band of Hope Fete in Kirklington 1894
Pollock Mr Elected to Diocesan Conference and Diocesan Council 1891
Pollock Rev H C Vicar of St Leonards Newark, addressed a Temperance Meeting 1887
Radley Ethel Mary Baptised Oct 12th 1888, daughter of Henry and Mary Elizabeth of Rufford Farm
Radley Henry Father of Ethel Mary and husband to Mary Elizabeth, of Rufford Farm
Radley Mary Elizabeth Mother of Ethel Mary and wife of Henry, of Rufford Farm
Randall Albert Baptised 10th Mar 1895, son of Henry and Ann
Randall Ann Mother of Albert and wife of Henry
Randall Clement Buried Aug 29th 1884 aged 84
Randall Henry Father of Albert and husband of Ann
Rayworth Alice Broom Baptised June 28th 1885, daughter of William and Harriett. Buried Mar 1887, aged 21 mths
Rayworth Annie Baptised May 11 1884, daughter of William and Mathilda
Won the Silver Thimble for Needlework, Board School 1896
Rayworth Ellen Baptised March 8th 1888, daughter to William & Mathilda
Rayworth Emma Won book for Needlework at Board School 1888. Won prize for neat writing at School 1888.
Rayworth Frederick William Baptised 12th Oct 1890, son of William and Matilda
Rayworth Harriett Mother of Alice Broom and wife to William
Rayworth Herbert Baptised Feb 15th 1886, son of William & Mathilda
Rayworth Johnson Baptised 21st July 1886, son of Joseph and Mary Elizabeth. Buried 29th July 1886, aged 4 weeks
Rayworth Joseph Father of Johnson and husband of Mary Elizabeth
Rayworth Lilian Baptised May 12 1895 daughter of William and Mathilda
Rayworth Mary Elizabeth Mother of Johnson and wife of Joseph
Rayworth Mathilda Mother of Annie,Herbert, Ellen, Frederick William, Samuel & Lilian, and wife to William 1884. Of North Laithes, Liberty of Rufford
Rayworth Samuel Baptised Feb 11th 1893, son of William and Mathilda
Rayworth Walter Won Board School Prize 1888
Rayworth William Father of Annie, Herbert, Ellen, Frederick William, Samuel & Lilian, and husband to Mathilda 1884. Of North Laithes, Liberty of Rufford
Rayworth William Father of Alice Broom and husband to Harriett
Redmile Ada Annie Wife of George Henry Redmile, maiden name Broome. Mother of Leonard
Redmile George Henry Marries Ada Annie Broome May 16th 1895. Father of Leonard
Redmile Leonard Baptised 12th Jan 1896, son of George Henry and Ada Annie
Reeve Hubert Marries Mary Ann Robinson on Dec 25th 1891
Reeve Mary Ann Wife of Hubert, maiden name Robinson
Rhodes Charles William Confirmed Feb 1886 at Ollerton. Of Leyfields
Richardson Rev John Gray Vicar of St Marys Nottingham & Rural Dean. Speaks at Southwell Choral Festival 1887
Rickett David From Kirklington, built the vault required for the new furnace in church 1895
Ricketts Arthur Board School Prize 1888
Ridding Bishop George Headmaster of Winchester College, Bishop Elect of the New See of Southwell 1884
Lunches with the Rector Feb 1886
Ridding Lady Laura Lunches with the Rector Feb 1886
Write to Cator March 1887 to thank ladies of Eakring for their Jubilee Offering for the Queen
Spoke at Temperance Meeting at Nottingham 1893
Riley Anna Confirmed Feb 1886 at Ollerton
Roberts Rev H Bertie Rector of West Wickham, Kent, visiting preacher St Andrews Day 1887
Robinson Elizabeth School Prize 1887, 1888, 1889, 1892 - never missed school for 6 years
Sunday School Prize 1890, 1892
Wins Silver Thimble for School Needlework 1891
Robinson Emily Maiden name of Emily Snodin
Robinson George School Prize 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890
Receives gift from Mr Whitworth 1890 for work at Sunday School
Sunday School Prize 1892
On the Committee of the Reading Room and Working Mens Club 1896
Robinson H Most successful competitors at Provident Club Sports 1891
Distinguished himself at sports, Provident Anniversary 1892
On the Committee of the Reading Room and Working Mens Club 1896
Robinson Hannah Wife of Thomas Godfrey, mother of John George
Robinson John Took part in Queens Jubilee Celebration 1887
Cottager, elected member of first Parish Council 1894. Did not seek re-election in 1896
Robinson John George Baptised Nov 10th 1895, son of Thomas Godfrey and Hannah
Robinson Mary Ann Marries Hubert Reeve Dec 25th 1891
Robinson Miss (1) Bridesmaid of Mary Speight 1892, helped with a concert
Robinson Miss (2) Bridesmaid of Mary Speight 1892, helped with a concert
Robinson Thomas Godfrey Marries Hannah Moody July 6th 1893, father of John George
Robinson W Most successful competitors at Provident Club Sports 1891
Distinguished himself at sports, Provident Anniversary 1892
Robinson Walter From Bilsthorpe, buried 17th Dec 1892 aged 22
Roe Henry Buried 21st July 1890 aged 73
Rolleston Mr Of Edwinstowe. Chaired a meeting of Ratepayers in the Board School 1894
Rollingson Henry Buried April 11th 1890 aged 55
Rooth Catherine Buried 23rd May 1889 aged 93
Rose Alice Marries Parker Broome Sept 8th 1890
Rose Mary Buried 10th May 1889 aged 63
Ross Susan Maiden name of Susan Bingham
Rowland Albert Won Board School Prize 1890
Rowland Charlotte Mother of Walace & John Henry and wife to John
Rowland Elizabeth Buried 28th Nov 1889, aged 70
Rowland George W Receives special prize at Board School Tea 1894, presented by Mr Marshall.
Rowland John Father of Walace & John Henry, and husband to Charlotte. Secretary of the Eakring Provident Club 1891 ?
Farmer, elected member of first Parish Council 1894 ?
Elected to Parish Council 1896
Rowland John Henry Baptised Mar 10th 1895, son of John and Charlotte
Rowland John W Won Board School Prize 1889
Rowland Walace Baptised 8th June 1890, son of John and Charlotte
Royle Rev J P Officiated at the opening of the Rufford School Oct 1883
Rumford Mr Of Southwell. Provides food for Band of Hope Fete held at Kirkington 1894
Salt Mr Attended meeting at Rectory re Church Defence Institute 1895
Sampson Miss Helps with Choir Concert Feb 1886, from Kneesall
Savile Lord Has Mompessons Cross erected 1893
Supports Eakring Clothing Club financially 1895
Sent flowers to decorate church for Harvest 1895
Gives Christmas Tree to Board School 1895
Savile Mr Brother of Sir John Lumley and 'Miss Lumley' 1883
Savile Mr Of Rufford Abbey. Died at Edelweiss Villa, Cannes. Buried in family vault at Bilsthorpe 21st April 1887. Wreaths from Queen and Prince of Wales. Memorial Service held at Rufford Abbey Chapel 1888
Savile Sir John Lumley Of Rufford. Gifts coal to parishioners at Christmas time
Annual donations to the Clothing Club and other institutions
Scory Francis Rose Baptised Dec 9th 1888 daughter of Frank and Emily
Scory Bertha Annie Baptised Nov 14 1886, daughter of Frank and Emily
Scory Emily J Mother of Bertha Annie & Francis Rose, wife to Frank
Scory Frank Father of Bertha Annie & Francis Rose, husband to Emily
Scott Rev J W Assisted Cator with the funeral of Rev E W Garrow. Described as Curate in Charge - Bilsthorpe??
Scott Thomas Buried 16th Feb 1893, aged 74
Sewell Rev C J HM Inspector of School. Examined Board School Mar 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893
Conducted Surprise Visit Aug 9th 1895 to check school
Shacklock Mr Master of the Southwell Workhouse 1884
Shaw Rachel Rebecca Wife of William John Shaw
Shaw William John Married Rachel Rebecca Walker Sept 12 1887
Simpson Mr Of Boughton, Re-elected to County Council, for Rufford Division 1892, beating Henry Greenfield, result announced at Eakring
Skelton Rev Canon Rector of Hickling, officiates at Rev W J Cruft's funeral July 1891
Skin Mr Treasurer of the Eakring Church Restoration Fund 1889
Helped with entertainment at Church Supper 1893
Skin Mrs Attended the Sunday School Festival Tea 1893
Smith Mary Wife of Sidney Smith
Smith Mr Smith & Lunn Builders of Rectory. Present at laying of foundation stone of new Rectory 1885
Smith Rev R F Vicar of Halam-cum-Edingley, Minor Canon Southwell Cathedral, speaks in Lent 1885
Elected to Diocesan Conference and Diocesan Council 1891
Speaks at Ruridecanal Conference 1891
Smith Rev T W Vicar of Calverton, preached in Lent 1885 & 1891
Elected to Diocesan Conference 1891
Smith Sidney Married Mary Speight June 7th 1892. Full write up in magazine. Sidney is Secretary of the Leeds School Board. Couple to live in Leeds.
Smith Woolley T Cecil From Collingham, to give a Cottage Lecture 1886
Smith, William From Leyfields - Gives Temperance Addresses at Eakring - 1883, 1884
Smorley James Confirmed 23 Feb at Caunton 1885
Snodin Emily Wife of William Snodin
Snodin William Marries Emily Robinson July 30th 1895
Soley Mr Of Temperance Society. Visited Eakring 1892 in a Temperance Van, journeyed from London
Speight Cecil Won Board School Prize 1889
Choir boy, present at party to celebrate Wilfrid Whitworths marriage 1895
Speight Harry Sunday School Teacher 1887
Pupil Teacher in the Board School, son of Sampson Speight
Passed Teachers Exam in Dec 1886
Passed his exams as Pupil Teacher 1887, 1888 'but should attend to Euclid' !
Acted in play at Prize Giving at Board School 1888
Becomes Secretary & Treasurer of Reading Room & Cricket Club, 1888, succeeding his father
Took Pupil Teacher exams in 1888 & passed. Now looking for position as Assistant Teacher 1889
Earned 2 for passing exams, money allocated by Government
Appointed as Assistant Master St Saviours National School, Poplar, London March 1889
Presented with a Silver Half Hunter Watch by friends for his work at Eakring (3 years) 1889
Said to be working at a large school near Barking, London [is this the same as above?]
Speight Herbert Read a piece for children at the Board School, Easter 1886
Won prize in Examination of Religious Knowledge 1886
Has collection box for SPG 1887
School Prize 1887, 1888, 1890
Sunday School Prize 1887, 1888
Acted in play at Prize Giving at Board School 1888
Passes the exam to be a Pupil Teacher 1888
Took more Pupil Teacher exams 1888 & Passed
Earned 2 for passing exams, money allocated by Government
Given a paint box as a present from Board School 1889
Distinguishes himself in Cricket Match 1889 - is made Secretary of the Eakring Juvenile Cricket Club
Sunday School teacher given a gift by the Rector 1890
Distinguishes himself again at cricket, Sunday School Festival & Harvest Festival 1890
Becomes Hon Sec and Treasurer of Eakring Cricket Club 1891
Distinguished at cricket matches 1891 but has found a position in Leeds
Helps at Board School Entertainment 1895, as his father is ill
Herbert and brother Walter help father with School when he is ill
Goes to Bede College Durham 1895
Decorates the Christmas tree with others, Board School 1895 & arranges games
Mentioned in magazine for performance at cricket 1896
Speight Mary Sang a song for children at the Board School, Easter 1886
Married Sidney Smith June 7th 1892. Full write up in magazine. Moves to Leeds after wedding
Speight Mrs Wife of School master, Sampson Speight. Teaches Needlework
Gave out school prizes 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896
Had SPG collecting box 1890
Arranges New Years Day Tea at Board School 1891, 1894
Arranges Childrens Entertainment Board School 1895
Speight Sampson From Bowling, nr Bradford, new master at Board School from 1885 onwards
Secretary and Treasurer of the Eakring Reading Room and Working Mens Club 1885, resigns 1888
Secretary and Treasurer of the Eakring Cricket Club 1888, resigns
His son Harry, takes over above tasks of his father 1888
Hon. Sec. of Church Day School Association 1890, 1891
Helps with entertainment at Board School Tea 1893
Helps at Sunday School Festival 1895
Receives certificate to be a Teacher of Drawing 1895
Has long period of illness in 1895
Present at village party to celebrate Wilfrid Whitworths marriage 1895
Organises celebration for New Years Day at Board School 1896
Attends Church Supper 1896
Speight Walter Sang comic songs at Church Supper 1895
Herbert and brother Walter help father with School when he is ill 1895
Certified Master from Leeds took his fathers place when ill 1895
Spittlehouse Ann Maiden name of Ann Wraith of Eakring 1883
Spittlehouse Edey Baptised Jan 18 1886, daughter of Joseph & Eliza. Buried 22nd Jan, aged 14 days
Spittlehouse Eliza Mother of George, William & Edey and wife to Joseph 1884
Spittlehouse George Baptised Nov 9 1884, son of Joseph and Eliza. Buried April 1885 aged 7 months
Spittlehouse Joseph Father of William, George & Edey and husband of Eliza, 1884
Spittlehouse Richard Buried Feb 9th 1890 aged 56
Spittlehouse William Baptised June 10th 1883, son of Joseph & Eliza Spittlehouse
Stanley Frederick Senior Award for Choir Attendance 1883. Sings in concerts - 1884
Sang at Temperance Meeting 1884
Steadman Mary Of Ollerton. Buried Dec 18th 1895 aged 65 years
Stocks Elizabeth Mother of Sarah Ellen Stocks
Stocks Elizabeth Maiden name of Elizabeth Bird
Stocks Ellen Baptised Aug 14th 1892, daughter of William and Ellen. Buried on Nov 5th 1894 aged two
Stocks Ellen Mother of Ellen and wife of William
Stocks Frederick Marries Susan Lowden Kirk on Dec 27th 1890. Father of Frederick Arthur
Stocks Frederick Arthur Baptised 12th June 1892, son of Frederick and Susan Lowden
Stocks George Father of George William and husband to Mary
Stocks George William Baptised 29th March 1892, son of George and Mary Stocks
Stocks John Buried 16th May 1888, aged 84
Stocks John Won Sunday School Prize 1893
Stocks Mary Mother of George William and wife to George
Stocks Mary Maiden name of Mary Watson
Stocks Mr Gave a Temperance Address March 1887
Stocks Sarah Ellen Baptised 11th March 1888, daughter of Elizabeth Stocks
Stocks Susan Lowden Married to Frederick Stocks, maiden name Kirk, mother of Frederick Arthur
Stocks William Father of Ellen and husband to Ellen
Stubbings, William Owner of the bound copies of the Magazine, 1886 - 1963
Tarr Ann Buried Jan 20th 1887, aged 85
Tarr Arthur Vivian Thomas Won Sunday School Prize 1885, 1886
Tarr Clara Won Needlework Prize of work box 1888 at Board School
Tarr Elizabeth Wife of Thomas, married May 26 1885, maiden name Garner
Tarr Ernest Won prize for Saturday School 1884 and Sunday School 1885
Tarr Frances Eveline Baptised Sept 8th 1889, daughter of James and Jane. Buried 21st April 1890 aged 8 months
Tarr George Baptised Nov 8 1885, son of James and Jane. Buried 24th July 1886, aged 9 months
Tarr George Baptised 14th Feb 1888, son of James and Jane, twin brother of James. Both buried 18th Feb 1888
Tarr James Father of Walter Hibbert, George & Eveline and husband of Jane. Father of twins James & George who died 1888.
Tarr James Baptised 14th Feb 1888, son of James and Jane, twin brother of George. Both buried 18th Feb 1888
Tarr Jane Wife of James and mother of Walter Hibbert, George & Eveline. Mother of twins James and George who died 1888
Tarr Rebecca Buried 15th Feb 1890 aged 60
Tarr Thomas Married Elizabeth Garner May 26 1885
Tarr Walter Hibbert Baptised Oct 14 1883, son of James and Jane. Buried 25th June 1888 aged 4
Taylor Rev H W Vicar of Bulli, Sydney, visiting Lecturer 1887
Teather Caroline Infant Class - School Prize 1887, 1888, 1892
Wins silver thimble for School needlework 1894
Teather Eliza Mathilda Buried March 12th 1896 aged 70
Teather F On the Committee of the Reading Room and Working Mens Club 1896
Teather George Elected to the School Board 1885 (by Rufford ratepayers)
Elected Overseer & Constable 1888
Elected to the School Board 1889 to replace Mr Hallam who retired. And again in 1891, 1894
On the Committee of the Reading Room and Working Mens Club 1896
Teather Walter Board School Prize 1888. Buried Jan 2nd 1891 aged 11
Templeman William Confirmed 23 Feb at Caunton 1885
Thompson Annie Wife of William, mother of Robert Cooper 1883
Thompson Elizabeth Buried 18th Feb 1887 aged 76
Thompson Emma Mother of Walter & Minnie, wife to Richard
Thompson Francis Buried 27th Aug 1887, aged 84 years
Thompson Jemima Wife of Robert Andrew Thompson, maiden name Cooper
Thompson Minnie Baptised 13th April 1890, daughter of Richard and Emma
Thompson Rev W H Missionary from China, gave talk on China at Board School 1895
Thompson Richard Father of Walter & Minnie, husband to Emma
Thompson Robert Andrew Marries Jemima Cooper 24th Sept 1890
Thompson Robert Cooper Baptised Oct 14 1883, son of William and Annie
Thompson Walter Baptised April 8th 1888, son of Richard and Emma
Thompson William Father of Robert Cooper, husband to Annie 1883
Thornhill Josephine Wife of Thomas Thornhill, mother of William Thomas, Maurice & Winifred May
Thornhill Maurice Baptised Dec 8th 1889, son of Thomas & Josephine
Thornhill Thomas Married Josephine Girkin Dec 28th 1886, father of William Thomas, Maurice & Winifred May
Thornhill William Thomas Baptised 9th Oct 1887, son of Thomas and Josephine
Won Sunday School Prize 1893
Thornhill Winifred May Baptised May 15 1892, daughter of Thomas and Josephine of Bilsthorpe
Thornton Revd James Ordained Deacon at York Minster 1883 & becomes Curate at St James Hull
Stands in for the Rector during his holidays, 1890
Attended Choral Festival at Newark 1890
1892 is Assistant Curate of Brayton near Selby. Preaches at Flower Service 1892
To preach at Provident Club Anniversary 1896
Thorpe Louisa Alice Baptised June 14th 1896, daughter of Daniel and Catherine
Thorpe Arthur Daniel Baptised March 4th 1892, son of Daniel and Catherine. Buried March 28th aged 3 weeks
Thorpe Catherine Mother of Arthur Daniel, William Henry & Louisa Alice, and wife of Daniel
Thorpe Daniel Father of Arthur Daniel, William Henry & Louisa Alice, and husband to Catherine
Thorpe William Henry Baptised 17th Feb 1893, son of Daniel & Catherine
Tinkler Rev J Vicar of Caunton 1893, preaches at Sunday School Festival
Toombe Rev G G Assistant Curate of St Mary's Cathedral Southwell. Preached Easter 1892 when Cator ill
Trebeck Rev Canon Rector of Southwell and Sub-Dean, preached at Dedication Festival Eakring 1889
Becomes Rural Dean 1892 on resignation of Cator
Visited Eakring 1892 to inspect church
Came to Rectory 1895 to discuss Church Defence Institute at a meeting
Preached at Dedication Festival 1895
Assists at funeral of Rev W Parsons Turton, Maplebeck 1896
Trees Mr Sings in concerts - 1884
Trevett Sarah Buried 19th Dec 1886, aged 42
Trollope Archdeacon / Bishop of Nottingham 1888
Turner Rev C F G Assistant Curate from Hoveringham, visiting preacher Lent 1888, Lent 1889, Sunday School Festival 1890
Turtle George William Married Mary Elizabeth Wrath July 1887
Turtle Mary Elizabeth Wife of George William Turtle
Turton Revd W Parsons Buried Oct 1896, Vicar of Maplebeck, buried in their churchyard. Burial by Rev Chell & Canon Trebeck
Valde Herr From Hockerton, performs magic tricks in Parish Room 1895
Vickers Colonel Of Beesthorpe Hall, gives Lecture on 'Our Parish Church' 1888
Vickers Misses Played cello, violin and piano at Church Supper Entertainment 1893
Walker Agnes Maiden name of Agnes Cartwright
Walker Albert Wins School Prize 1887, 1888
Walker Ann Mother of Walter Walker and wife to Henry
Walker Annie Sarah Maiden name of Annie Sarah Paulson
Walker Arthur School Prize 1887, 1888, 1889. Reported 1889 that he had not missed school in a year
Walker Eliza Mother of Walter and wife to William, of Broomhill, Liberty of Rufford
Walker Ellen Mother of John and father to Thomas
Walker George His 'van' is used to get to Thoresby for the Band of Hope Fete 1895
Walker Henry Father of Walter Walker and husband of Ann
Walker Henry Buried 6th Jan 1886, aged 54
Walker Henry Father of Wright and husband to Mary Ann
Walker Jessie School Prize 1887, 1888, 1889, 1892. Reported she had not missed school for 5 years
Wins Work Box for School Needlework 1891
1894 Probationary Pupil Teacher, passes RE exams
May 1894 now eligible for engagement as a Pupil Teacher
Sings songs at Board School Entertainment 1895
Decorated the Christmas Tree in the Board School 1895
Passes The Inspectors Report for 1896
Walker John Baptised Oct 13th 1895, son of Thomas and Ellen
Walker John William Board School Prize 1888, 1892. Reported that he had not missed school for 5 years
In 1894 reported he had not missed school for 7 years. Was given prize of an oleograph picture.
1895 has not missed school for 8 years - receives gift of a cricket bat
Walker Mary Buried June 28th 1891 aged 90
Walker Mary Ann Mother of Wright and wife to Henry
Walker Rachel Rebecca Maiden name of Rachel Rebecca Shaw
Walker Ruth Maiden name of Ruth Hollis 1884
Walker Sarah Ann Maiden name of Sarah Hunt, married George Oct 20 1885
Walker Thomas Father of John and husband to Ellen
Walker Walter Baptised 30th April 1887, son of Henry and Ann
Walker Walter Baptised Jan 16th 1891, son of William and Eliza. Buried Jan 20th 1891. Lived for 36 hours
Walker William Father of Walter and husband to Eliza, of Broomhill, Liberty of Rufford
Walker William Henry Buried 31st May 1892 aged 38
Walker Wright Lends his field for festivities August1883
Buried Dec 10th 1895 aged 56 ?
Walker Wright Baptised Jan 6 1888, son of Henry and Mary Ann
Wall Rev H J Visiting lecturer 1890, late Organising Secretary of SPG in London
Walter Rev S W Stands in for Canon Cator taking services at St Andrews 1894 (Cator ill)
Walton Arthur William Baptised April 10th 1887, son of George & Mary Ann
Walton George Father of Arthur William, husband to Mary Ann
Walton Mary Ann Mother of Arthur William, wife of George
Ward Percy Won Board School Prize 1889
Ward, Mrs (of Wellow Hall) Made kneelers for church 1883
Wardale Miss Girls Friendly Society speaker Oct 1889 (daughter of the late Rector & GFS Secretary for the Diocese)
Wardale Rev J J Present at laying of foundation stone of new Rectory 1885
Son of the late Rector
Rector of Dalbury to preach at Harvest Festival 1892
Warrand Major General Elected member of Diocesan Council and Diocesan Conference 1889
Warrand Rev H K Led prayers/preached at the Eakring Provident Club Anniversary 1894, 1895
Helps out with services when Cator ill 1894. On leaving goes to work in Eckington.
Warrener Elizabeth Buried Oct 25 1885 aged 56
Waters Sarah Buried Feb 1885 aged 91
Waters William Buried July (?) 1883 aged 86 years
Watson George Marries Mary Stocks Oct 22nd 1894
Watson Mary Wife of George Watson
Webb Mr Helps with Choir Concert Feb 1886, from Kelham
Webb Rev C Visiting preacher, Vicar of Mansfield Woodhouse, May 1886
Preached at Provident Club Anniversary 1891
Webb Rev W T Visiting preacher Easter 1886, Vicar of Rollestone
Webster Mr Assistant to HM Inspector of Schools, Rev Sewell - 1886, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1895
Wellington Rev H M Visiting Preacher, Vicar of Hickleton, Yorkshire 1884, 1885.
Vicar of South Kirby, Yorkshire 1885.
Preached St Andrews Day 1891
Wells George Ernest Baptised 10th July 1887, son of Herbert and Sarah Ann
Wells Herbert Father of George Ernest and husband of Sarah Ann
Wells Rev C A Organising Secretary of Church Defence Institute, lectured in Eakring 1890
Wells Sarah Ann Mother of George Ernest and wife of Herbert
Wharam Rev G Preacher at Lent 1892, Vicar of Rolleston
White Ada Louisa Sunday School Prize 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1892
Infants Class - school prize 1887, 1888, 1889, 1892
Reported she had not missed school for 4 years
White Alfred George Won Sunday School Prize - 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1890, 1892
School Prize 1887, 1888, 1889
Had SPG collecting box 1890
Receives gift from Mr Whitworth 1890 for work at Sunday School
Receives gift for preparing a room for Missionary Meeting 1890
White Ann Wife of Walter and mother of William 1883
White Elizabeth Prize for Sunday School Attendance and Lessons 1883
Won Sunday School Prize - 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890
Won prize in Examination of Religious Knowledge 1886
Has collection box for SPG 1887
School Prize 1887, 1888, 1889
Wins silver thimble for school needlework 1889
Buried Sept 13th 1893 aged 17 - memorial in the magazine.
Had been a teacher at Sunday School.
Had been in service in Mansfield & went to St. Lawrences Church there.
Much loved ....
White Laura Ann Sunday School Prizes 1883, 1885, 1886
Took part in play at Temperance Meeting 1884
Entered Diocesan Prize Scheme Examination 1884 and won prizes
Won Special Prize for Saturday School 1884
Confirmed Feb 1886 at Ollerton
Sunday School Teacher 1887
Sunday School teacher given a gift by the Rector 1890
White Mr Farms the land where Mompessons Cross is erected 1893
Farmer, elected member of first Parish Council 1894
White Mr Hires out his field for cricket matches 1888
White Mr Use his horse and cart to get to Thoresby for the Band of Hope Fete 1895
White Walter Conduct Prize 1883 Sunday School. Took part in play at Temperance Meeting 1884
Entered Diocesan Prize Scheme Examination 1884 and won a prize
Won Sunday School Prize - 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890
Sang at Church Supper 1892, 1893
White Walter Husband of Ann and father to William 1883
Elected to Parish Council 1896 ?
White William Baptised Oct 14 1883, son of Walter and Ann
Won Sunday School Prize 1888, 1889, 1890, 1892, 1893
Wins Board School Prize 1895
Choir Boy, Present at village party to celebrate Wilfrid Whitworths marriage 1895
Whittington Gertrude Won prize in Examination of Religious Knowledge 1886
Whitworth Charles Labourer, put up for first Parish Council 1894, but withdrew
Whitworth Ellen Won school prize 1887
Whitworth Mary Buried 15th Sept 1893 aged 76
Whitworth Mr C Gives Temperance Address - 1884
Whitworth Mrs Of Blidworth, mother of Wilfrid Whitworth, present at gift presentations for his wedding 1895
Whitworth Wilfrid J Becomes Lay Reader of St Andrews Sept 1886, after Mr Packford leaves
Son of the Rev R H Whitworth
Takes on the Night School Sept 1886
Sunday School Teacher & Superintendent
Holds a collection for Mr Edlington's leaving gift 1888
Had SPG collecting box 1890
Sunday School teacher given a gift by the Rector 1890
Attends Choral Festival at Newark 1890
Supervises Band of Hope Meeting 1890
Captain of Eakring Cricket Club 1891, 1892, 1894, 1896
Goes on trip to Cleethorpes with Choir and Cator, 1892
Presents Cator with gift from Sunday School teachers & children 1893
Organiser and Secretary of Band of Hope Fete held at Kirklington in 1894
Had been Clerk of Council, but was replaced in 1895 by Walter Burne
Marries at St Nicholas Church, Nottingham Nov 1895 - wife's name not specified!! Long write up in magazine
Presented with a clock as wedding present 1895, along with others gifts
Helps at New Years Day Celebrations Board School 1896
Presents report on Sunday School 1896
Whitworth, Revd R H Vicar of Blidworth, speaking at confirmation 1883
Honorary Diocesan Inspector
Examines St Andrews Church Sunday School / Religious Education at School - 1883, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1895, 1896
Preaches in church for Sunday School Summer Festival 1885
Elected to Diocesan Conference 1891
Speaks at Meeting of Ratepayers in Board School 1894
Thanked for his work as Superintendent at Sunday School Festival 1895
Wibberley Henry Buried Sept 5th 1894 aged 71
Wibberley Mr W Gives Temperance Address - 1884
Wibberley, Harriet Buried April 16th 1883, aged 37, wife of Thomas
Wibberley, Thomas Husband of Harriet 1883
Wibberly Joseph Buried Nov 13th 1884, aged 85
Wilkins Annie Baptised Dec 9 1894, daughter of David and Mary
Wilkins David Father of Annie and husband to Mary
Wilkins Mary Mother of Annie and wife of David
Wilkins Miss Girls Friendly Society speaker Oct 1889, from Farnsfield
Wilkins Octavius Goodall Buried Feb 11th 1888
Williams Rev H L Visiting Preacher at Harvest 1889, Vicar of Bleasby
Elected to Diocesan Conference 1891
Talked about Communicants Unions 1892
Wilton Rev B Stuart Visiting preacher Lent 1892, Vicar of East Hardwick, Yorkshire
1894 is Vicar of Askern, preaches at Harvest Festival 1894
Windley Rev T W Rector of Thorpe near Ashbourne, gave lecture on Church History 1893
Woodcock Annie Baptised Nov 13 1887, daughter of George and Emma
Woodcock Clara Baptised Nov 1883, daughter of George and Emma
Woodcock Emma Mother of Clara, Florence, Annie, John George, Minnie & Henry, wife of George of Dilliner Farm, Winkburn
Woodcock Florence Baptised Nov 13 1887, daughter of George and Emma
Woodcock George Father of Clara, Florence, Annie, John George, Minnie & Henry, husband of Emma, of Dilliner Farm, Winkburn
Woodcock Henry Baptised Aug 14th 1892, son of George and Emma Woodcock
Woodcock John George Baptised 8th June 1890, son of George and Emma
Woodcock Joseph Buried Jan 4 1884 aged 50
Woodcock Minnie Baptised Aug 14th 1892, daughter of George and Emma Woodcock
Woodcock William Ernest Won School Prize 1892
Woodhill Mr Sang song at Church Concert 1896
Woodhouse Rev A P Visiting preacher Lent 1892, Vicar of Tuxford
Wordsworth Christopher Bishop of Lincoln who died 21 March 1885
Worsley William Buried May 2nd 1892 aged 94
Would John Father of Mary Ellen and husband to Maria Norton Would, Primrose Hill, Liberty of Rufford
Would Maria Norton Mother of Mary Ellen and wife to John, Primrose Hill, Liberty of Rufford
Would Mary Ellen Baptised 25th May 1890, daughter of John and Maria Norton Would, Primrose Hill, Liberty of Rufford
Wraith Ann Wife of William Wraith 1883
Wraith William Of Clipstone, married Ann Spittlehouse of Eakring Easter Monday 1883
Wrath Harriett Mother of Mabel Ellen, wife to Robert 1884
Wrath Mabel Ellen Baptised Sept 14th 1884, daughter of Robert and Harriett
Wrath Mary Elizabeth Maiden name of Mary Elizabeth Turtle
Wrath Robert Father of Mabel Ellen, husband to Harriett 1884
Wright Ada Entered Diocesan Prize Scheme Examination 1884 and won prizes
Wright Blanche Prize for Lessons, Sunday School 1883
Wright Frederick Treasurer of the Southwell Diocesan Branch of Temperance Society, of Lenton Priory, Nottingham
Wright Mr Elected to Diocesan Conference 1891
Wykes Miss Present at village party to celebrate Wilfrid Whitworths marriage 1895
Wykes William Buried Mar 17 1886, aged 87
Yarborough Rev J C Visiting Preacher 1884, 1885 from Universities Mission to Central Africa, former missionary