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Alfred BLACKNELL b. 1831 d. 27/12/1901

Alfred BLACKNELL b. 1831 d. 27/12/1901 - Chronology

Date Kind Origin Details
20/09/1808 Marriagei Family Event As Child [Parents] Place Bingham, Nottinghamshire
1831 Birthii, iii Event Place Calverton, Nottinghamshire
1836 Birthiii, iv Spouse Event [Spouse] Place Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
1854 Marriagev Family Event As Spouse [Family] Place Chesterfield, Derbyshire
1856 Birthiii, iv Child Event As Father [Emma BLACKNELL] Place Chesterfield, Derbyshire
1856 Daughter Father [Family] Emma BLACKNELL b. 1856
1859 Son Father [Family] Henry BLACKNELL b. 1859
1859 Birthiii, iv Child Event As Father [Henry BLACKNELL] Place Chesterfield, Derbyshire
1861 Birthiii, iv Child Event As Father [Edwin BLACKNELL] Place Chesterfield, Derbyshire
1861 Other Eventiv, 1 Event Tailor Journeyman
Type Profession
Place Chesterfield, Derbyshire
1861 Son Father [Family] Edwin BLACKNELL b. 1861
1866 Birthiii Child Event As Father [Arthur BLACKNELL] Place Chesterfield, Derbyshire
1866 Son Father [Family] Arthur BLACKNELL b. 1866
1871 Other Eventiii Child Event As Father [Emma BLACKNELL] General Domestic
Type Profession
Place Chesterfield, Derbyshire
1871 Other Eventiii Family Event As Spouse [Family] 1 Spencer Street
Type Address
Place Chesterfield, Derbyshire
1871 Other Eventiii Event Tailor
Type Profession
Place Chesterfield, Derbyshire
18/12/1900 Burialvi Spouse Event [Spouse] Place Chesterfield, Derbyshire
27/12/1901 Deathvi Event Place Chesterfield, Derbyshire
Death Child Event As Father [Arthur BLACKNELL] He is dead but no details are known
Death Child Event As Father [Edwin BLACKNELL] He is dead but no details are known
Death Child Event As Father [Henry BLACKNELL] He is dead but no details are known
Death Child Event As Father [Emma BLACKNELL] She is dead but no details are known

Notes

1. A tailor who had completed an apprenticeship and was therefore entitled to ply his trade independently. He was not, however, in a financial position to set up his own business and take on apprentices of his own (which would have enabled him to style himself Master Tailor). So he worked for others on what we would now call a freelance basis.

Citations

i. Bingham, Parish Register; Page NT/REG/54811/1-38 Fiche 19 Entry 215; Text Parish of Bingham No. 215. Joseph Blacknell of the Parish of Calverton in this county and Elizabeth Spencer of this Parish were married in this Church by Banns this twentieth day of September in the Year One Thousand Eight hundred and eight by me Edwin Heathcote Minister. This marriage was solemnized between us Joesph Blacknell Elizabeth Spencer in the presence of Francis Burrows Richard Spencer George Harrison Thomas Hart.; [Source Record]; Certainty Unknown ('4')
ii. Calverton, Census, 1841; Page HO 107/865/8; [Source Record]; Certainty Secondary Evidence
iii. Chesterfield, Census, 1871; Page RG10 3611; [Source Record]; Certainty Secondary Evidence
iv. Chesterfield, Census, 1861; Page RG9 2529 p35; [Source Record]; Certainty Primary Evidence
v. GRO Indexes; Page 1856 Q4 Alfred Blacknell; [Source Record]; Certainty Questionable
vi. New Brampton (St Thomas) Burials [1832-1974] Backhouse to Bytheway; [Source Record]


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