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George & Elizabeth "Marsden" Ibbotson 1871

George Ibbotson born 1843, died 1879 aged 36. He married Elizabeth Marsden 1867 (this site) "trying to locate them both on the 1871". The 1901 shows Elizabeth widow est birth 1846 (shopkeeper fish) with daughters Ellen & Charlotte in Brightside Bierlow. She & daughters went to Kalamazoo Michigan abt 1907 to join other family. Any help for the 1871 greatly appreciated.

Re: George & Elizabeth "Marsden" Ibbotson 1871

Elizabeth in 1871 was living at 37 Effingham street with her father (George Marsden, tilter,53), mother Harriett (52), brother Thomas (roller, 21), sister Anne (8) and Elizabeth and George's son George William (born 15 July 1867, baptised 26 December 1869 at the parish church, son of George, a striker, and Elizabeth, of Sussex street, Park.

May be related: Burgess Rolls 1875/6 show a George Ibbotson at Court 7, Sussex street. At the 1871 census, heads of households in Court 7 were: No1 George Sheppard, brickmaker, No2 Edwin Gould, forgeman, No3 Joseph Taylor, whitesmith, No4 William Millington, steel melter, No5 John Hodgson, steel melter, No6 Thomas Hardwick, engineer. Whites Directory for 1879 has a George Ibbotson, spring knife manufacturer at 11 Sussex street, home Wadsley.

On 19th June 1864 a George Ibbotson, striker, was standing in his doorway at 29 Sussex street around midnight when he was threatened by a drunk with a knife. (newspaper report of court case - Independent 13th August 1864).

George and Elizabeth Ibbotson had two children baptised at the parish church on 15th March 1874 - Phoebe Ann born 15th April 1872 and Thomas born 30th June 1873. George was a carter of Sussex street. On 2nd April 1876 they had two more children baptised - Harriet Elizabeth born 16th March 1876 and Annie born 14th November 1874. George was still a carter but they were now at 47 Sussex street.

In January 1876 the Daily Telegraph advertised "Old established BEERHOUSE called THE ENGINEERS ARMS situate at the corner of Sussex street aforesaid and Sussex road and the two DWELLING-HOUSES adjoining the said Beerhouse, and numbered respectively 45 and 47 Sussex street, occupied by Jane Pearson, George Marsden and Ann Brammer respectively, together with "etc..

Re: George & Elizabeth "Marsden" Ibbotson 1871

Hi Ted. Many thanks for all the info.

Re: George & Elizabeth "Marsden" Ibbotson 1871

Re: The above George Ibbotson born 1843 died 1879 aged 36... I note Effingham St on Ted's post for Elizabeth "Marsden" Ibbotson. Have found above George Ibbotson on familysearch born 1844 Grindley Nottinghamshire on the 1851 with parent's William & Mary at Effingham St so assuming it's him? Tried to find gro birth record for George without success to get mothers mn? What would Grindley come under. Regards

Re: George & Elizabeth "Marsden" Ibbotson 1871

Hi David,
GEORGE IBETSON Born 1844 March qtr. EAST RETFORD, Notts. mmn: SPENCER


MARY SPENCER married 1842 Jun.qtr. EAST RETFORD to:

Happy Hunting:sleuth_or_spy:

Re: George & Elizabeth "Marsden" Ibbotson 1871

Little Gringley is a hamlet less than 2 miles east of Retford

Re: George & Elizabeth "Marsden" Ibbotson 1871

The marriage that Wendy found took place on 16th May 1842 at Gringley on the Hill

Re: George & Elizabeth "Marsden" Ibbotson 1871

George was baptised on 12 Feb 1844 and the surname was transcribed at IBBISON

Re: George & Elizabeth "Marsden" Ibbotson 1871

Many thanks for the further info. Regards