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|1||"Old James Gibb" in The Leeds Times|
|2||"Old James Gibb" obituary in The Glagow Herald|
|3||Abel Morris death notice (1853)|
|4||Advert for Houses in George Street Square, Newark, to be sold at auction|
Eight "dwelling houses" were "in the occupation of Emmanuel Duckworth and others".
|5||Andrew Hamilton Death Notice (1936)|
|6||Another Child Burnt|
William Emmerson died from burn injuries.
|7||Blog Post - The story behind William and James Baines?|
|8||Dolman family - moving from Staffordshire to North Wales|
|9||Elizabeth Hannah Duckworth's death notice (1891)|
|10||Emanuel Duckworth and Elizabeth Lawton marriage announcements|
|11||Emanuel Duckworth discovered drowned body of Elizabeth Palethorp, aged 17|
"It was shown that she entertained a great affection for a young man named Duckworth, who however did not return her love"
|12||FARM TO LET [Rashiehill]|
|13||Francis Nunn Convicted|
Francis Nunn convicted for damaging a tree in Wickhambrook, committed to Bury Gaol for 14 days.
|14||Frederick Dolman declared bankrupt (1922)|
|15||George and Isaac Emerson, labourers, Fornham, were charged with assaulting Ambrose Nunn. [30 Aug 1870]|
|16||George Derry commits suicide.|
|17||George Duckworth charged with wounding Richard Watson using a knife|
|18||George Emmerson and Isaac Emmerson petty session 14th October 1881.|
Geo. Emerson and Isaac Emerson, two old offenders, were charged in their absence with using a gun for the purpose of taking game without a licence, at Rougham.
|19||George Lawton accused of stealing a greyhound|
|20||George Swan death notice (1899)|
|21||Hannah Marshall (Walker) charged with assault|
|22||Isaac Emmerson and John East petty session 9th February 1882.|
Isaac Emmerson and John East, old offenders, who did not appear, were summoned for being on land by night for the purpose of taking game.
|23||Isaac Emmerson charged with night poaching 20 October 1878|
|24||Isaac Emmerson fined for not sending children to school. [22 Jun 1894]|
|25||Isaac Emmerson petty session 21st May 1871|
Isaac Emerson was charged with damaging a certain willow tree.
|26||James Baines notice|
James Baines notice in The Lincoln, Rutland, and Stamford Mercury, Friday 1st April 1870.
|27||James Gibb in the Glasgow Herald (1859)|
James Gibb's story of his great grandfather, James Gourlay.
|28||James Hamilton death notice (1896)|
|29||James Swan, Robert Swan and Thomas Gray mentioned in article about "tilting"|
|30||James Wilcock(s) death announcement|
|31||Jane Emmerson listed in Birth, Marriage and Death notices|
|32||John Emerson convicted for assault|
|33||John Hamilton obituary|
John died of Enteric Fever (Typhoid Fever) in Tanzania while serving in the Army Service Corps in World War I.
|34||John Marshall awarded £1 for the best spade-cultivated Cottager's Allotment|
|35||John Marshall wins £2 "Champion Prize" for hedge cutting.|
|36||Joseph and Henry Emmerson charged for stealing pork. Joseph Emmerson charged with stealing an ivory-handled carving-knife.|
The Bury and Norwich Post, and Suffolk Herald, 6th January 1874
|37||Joseph Emmerson assaulted (1895)|
|38||Joseph Emmerson assaulted by five labourers (1899)|
|39||Joseph Emmerson assaulted by two gypsies (1888)|
|40||Joseph Emmerson charged with killing a duck (1875)|
|41||Julia Emmerson Death Notice (1895)|
|42||Mary Wilcock(s) (Keal) death announcement|
|43||Mr Hamilton Assaulted|
|44||Mr Steel, Covenanter in the reign of Charles II, grandfather of Helen Steel.|
|45||Pelting Chestnut Trees|
Walter Emmerson fined for pelting chestnut trees
|46||Rachel Emmerson's death notice|
Rachel Emmerson's death notice in The Bury and Norwich Post and Suffolk Standard
|47||Robert Swan gives free coal to the parishes of Wistoun and Lamington|
|48||Robert Thompson, innkeeper, Tollgate Inn, Bury, was summoned as the putative father of the illegitimate child of Julia Emmerson|
|49||Sarah Morris death notice (1862)|
|50||Supposed Child Murder at Newark.|
William Derry discovered the body of a dead baby.