Joseph Cree

Male, CreeID#101, (28 June 1795 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Joseph Cree was baptised on 28 June 1795 in Sutton cum Duckmanton, Derbyshire, England.1 He was the son of James Cree and Mary Fearn. Joseph Cree was a witness at the marriage of Elizabeth Young and Robert Cree on 23 September 1816 in Bolsover, Derbyshire, England; Robert was "of Sutton cum Duckmanton."2,3

References

  1. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish.
  2. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints.
  3. [S447] Posting on message board, by Michael Spencer on Derbysgen List 12 May 2003, "23 Sep 1816 ROBERT CREE of Sutton cum Duckmanton and ELIZABETH YOUNG Banns."
Last edited15 Aug 2021

Isaac Allen

Male, CreeID#102, (March 1802 - c August 1846)
Isaac Allen was baptised in March 1802 in Pentrich, Derbyshire, England. His parents were Isaac and Hannah Allen. There is some doubt about this baptism as an Isaac Allen was born in July 1802 in Cromford, Derbyshire, only a little further away from Bolsover, to parents George and Sarah Allen.1,2,3,4

Isaac Allen married Anne Spray, daughter of John Spray and Mary Hopkinson, on 29 July 1827 in Scarcliffe, Derbyshire, England. They were married by licence.5

On 3 February 1832 Isaac Allen and Anne Spray were living in Scarcillfe parish, Derbyshire, England. Isaac is recorded in the Scarcliffe Poor Rate list as having a cottage and garden. The parish includes Palterton where his wife Anne's parents had a pub, probably the Hare and Hounds, so it seems likely that Isaac and Anne were living in Palterton.6

On 6 June 1841 Isaac Allen and Anne Spray were living in Back Street, Arnold, Nottinghamshire, England. Isaac was aged 35 (rounded down) and his occupation was given as Police. Ann was aged 45 (also rounded down). Both were born outside Nottinghamshire.7

Isaac Allen was a Borough Constable.8 He was a witness at the marriage of Mary Robinson and John Cree on 20 April 1846 in St Mary and All Saints, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England; The other witness was named J Hudson.9

Isaac Allen died c August 1846 in Mansfield Reg Dist, Derbyshire, England. Palterton was in Mansfield Registration District.10

Family: Isaac Allen and Anne Spray

References

  1. [S192] UK Census 7 June 1841, Ref HO107/855/3, Arnold f 24, "age 35 (rounded down)."
  2. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, RG11/3413 f 119, "age 79."
  3. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NGGW-WPP
  4. [S446] Family Search web site, www.familysearch.org, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NGGW-WPP (and https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JWH9-K7J).
  5. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish, (listed in IGI as Cus or Cut but original is clear).
  6. [S419] Website, Scarcliffe Poor Rate 1832 - taken February 3rd 1832 by John Haskins. http://www.rosie.pterosaur.org.uk/PoorRate.htm
  7. [S192] UK Census 1841, Ref HO107/855/3, Arnold f 24.
  8. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, Death Cert of Anne Allen, formerly Cree and née Spray, "Anne Allen / 77 years / Widow of Isaac Allen Borough Constable."
  9. [S78] Certificate held or seen.
  10. [S289] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 15 p 409.
Last edited8 Aug 2020

Joseph Cree

Male, CreeID#103, (14 April 1813 - 8 June 1883)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Joseph Cree was baptised on 14 April 1813 in Beeley, Derbyshire, England.1 He was the son of John Cree and Anne Spray.

His father John Cree died in November 1823 in Scarcliffe, Derbyshire, England.2

Joseph Cree married Sarah Charlesworth, daughter of Job Charlesworth and Frances Bunting, on 26 January 1841 in Warsop, Nottinghamshire, England.

On 7 June 1841 Joseph Cree and Sarah Charlesworth were living in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, England, along with John Cree. Joseph was a cordwainer and John a tailor.3

His daughter Fanny Cree was baptised on 17 November 1841 in Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, England; Her father was described as a shoemaker.1

His daughter Anne Cree was born c March 1844 in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.4

His daughter Elizabeth Cree was born c November 1845 in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.5,6

Joseph Cree was a victualler, shopkeeper and shoemaker in 1846 in Hare and Hounds Inn, Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, England.7

His daughter Mary Cree was born c May 1848 in Palterton, Derbyshire, England.8,9

His wife Sarah Charlesworth died c February 1850 in Chesterfield Reg Dist, Derbyshire, England.10

On 8 April 1850 Joseph Cree was living in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire. "Joseph Cree and others" were the occupiers of houses and gardens owned by Hannah Wilson. The plot number identifies this as the Horse and Hounds public house.11

Joseph Cree married Mary Ann Stevens on 25 February 1851 in Church of St Leodegarius, Basford, Nottinghamshire, England.12,13

On 30 March 1851 Joseph Cree and Mary Ann Stevens were living in The Swan, Market Place, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, along with Fanny Cree, Anne Cree, Elizabeth Cree and Anne Spray. Joseph's occupation was given as "Innkeeper 'Swan' Boot and Shoe Maker." He was 37 and his wife Mary, born in Windsor, Berkshire was also 37. Their daughters Fanny, Anne and Elizabeth were 9, 7 and 6 and Joseph's mother, now Ann Allen was 59 and married (not a widow). Anne Commons was a 15-year-old servant and George Adsetts, 16, was an apprentice boot and shoemaker. Next door lived Joseph Hanby (sic), Master Carpenter, and his wife Charlotte with six children.14

His son Joseph Cree was born on 31 January 1852 in Bolsover, Derbyshire, England.15 In the Court Baron, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, on 14 January 1853 Joseph Cree was admitted as tenant of "All that Close... Hill Top Pingle... three acres and a half..." for £250.16 In the Court Baron, Bolsover, Derbyshire, on 10 March 1854 Joseph Cree was admitted as tenant of "All those five newly erected dwellinghouses or tenements with the yard and well thereto belonging... in Hill Top (formerly Long Row)" for £217 10s.17

In 1857 Joseph Cree was living in White Swan, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England.18 In the Court Baron, Bolsover, Derbyshire, on 23 October 1857 Joseph Cree was admitted as tenant of "the Old Black Bull with the Barns Stables Cowhouse Outbuildings Yard Gardens Orchard... And also all that close... called the Croft" on payment of £215 to Mary Armstrong "in full discharge of all principal monies and interest due and owing on Mortgage of the hereditaments" and a further £390 to William Francis Revill.19 In the Court Baron, Bolsover, Derbyshire, on 9 April 1858 Joseph Cree was admitted as tenant of the White Swan. He paid £605 for the "absolute purchase" but mortgaged it for £300 to Hester Jackson at 5% p.a. on 6 months notice.20 In the Court Baron, Bolsover, Derbyshire, on 9 December 1859 Joseph Cree and Mary Ann Stevens were admitted as tenant of the five newly-erected dwellinghouses in Long Row now called Hill Top, paying Edward Dean £221. As these are the same as in the 1854 transaction they may have been redeeming a mortgage.20

On 7 April 1861 Joseph Cree and Mary Ann Stevens were living in Town Place, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, along with Joseph Cree. Joseph Cree was a victualler, aged 48, born at Beeley, Derbyshire. Mary Ann Stevens was also 48, born at Windsor, Berkshire. Holly Tinsley writes “my maternal grandfather (Joseph Cree’s second wife Mary Ann Stevens) was a tyrant of the first order and to my grandfather’s horror he found that she was a secret drinker”.15,21

In 1862 Joseph Cree was living in Swan Hotel, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England. He was also described as a farmer.22 On 15 May 1863 in the Court Baron, Bolsover, Derbyshire, he was given licence to demise the Black Bull for 14 years at a yearly rent of 25 pounds.23 On 12 June 1863 in the Court Baron, Bolsover, Derbyshire, he was given licence to demise the White Swan and Hill Top Close to Joseph Cousin of Bolsover from 25 March 1863 for seven years at £45 p.a..24

In January 1864 Joseph Cree and Mary Ann Stevens were living in Spital, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England.25

His wife Mary Ann Stevens died on 30 January 1864 in Horse Croft, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England.26

An inquest held on 5 March 1864 concluded that Mary Ann Stevens's death was accidental. The Derbyshire Times concluded that "either from the effects of drink, or because the night was dark and foggy - we are sorry to presume the former - she fell into the river."27 On 15 September 1864 in the Court Baron, Bolsover, Derbyshire, Joseph Cree surrendered the tenancy of Hill Top Pingle to Mary Minors for £100 upon trust at 5% p.a.28

On 7 October 1864 Joseph Cree served on the jury of the Manor Court, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England.29 When Anne Spray died on 19 September 1869 in Bolsover, Derbyshire, Joseph Cree was the informant.30

Joseph Cree married Mary Pook, daughter of John Pook and Sarah Harris, c November 1870 in Cardiff Reg Dist, Glamorgan, Wales.31

Joseph Cree left a will dated 9 June 1871 at Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England. The trustees were Christopher Hinde of Bolsover, joiner and cabinet maker, John Bradley of Bolsover, mercer and draper. Edward Haywood, tailor and innkeeper was a witness. "To my wife Mary Cree all my household furniture plate linen glass and china. Everything else except ten shares in Bolsover Gas Company to sell and invest... and upon the decease of... Mary... I devise... Hill Top Pingle and the garden adjoining... And I bequeath my ten shares... unto my son Joseph Cree." The residue was to be sold and divided in four parts, one part to "the two children of my late daughter Fanny Lomax" and one part each to his daughters Ann Revill, Elizabeth Parkinson and Mary Cree. A codicil signed on 25 November 1881 changed the trustees to "my son-in-law Joseph Revill of Bolsover, Tailor and draper and my friend Riched Henry Thompson of Bolsover Butcher and Farmer."

On 3 April 1881 Joseph Cree and Mary Pook were living in Hill Top, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, along with John Lomax. Joseph was a "Retired Innkeeper," aged 67, and born at Edensor.32

Joseph Cree died on 8 June 1883 in Bolsover, Derbyshire. He was aged 70.33,34

Children of Joseph Cree and Sarah Charlesworth

Child of Joseph Cree and Mary Ann Stevens

Family: Joseph Cree and Mary Pook

References

  1. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish.
  2. [S1] Parish Register, "Age 45."
  3. [S192] UK Census 7 June 1841, HO107/196 p1.
  4. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, Mansfied RD GRO Vol 15 p570.
  5. [S160] UK Census 2 Apr 1871, RG10/4015 p 26.
  6. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Mansfield Reg Dist Vol 15 p490.
  7. [S30] Bagshaw's Trade Directory of Derbyshire (1846), Scarcliffe.
  8. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 15 p 537 June qtr., Mansfield RD.
  9. [S149] UK Census 30 Mar 1851, HO107/2123 f 148.
  10. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Vol 19 p 356.
  11. [S34] Tithe Apportionment, Scarcliffe parish 1850, plot 170a.
  12. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Vol 15 p560.
  13. [S416] Website FreeREG (http://www.freereg.org.uk), Ref 13493.
  14. [S9] Census Returns.
  15. [S204] UK Census 7 Apr 1861, RG9/2533 f6 p5.
  16. [S44] Bolsover Manor Court Record, DDBM 59 p 147.
  17. [S44] Bolsover Manor Court Record, DDBM 59 (Vol 7) p 217.
  18. [S35] White, History, Gazetteer and Directory, County of Derby , 1857 - Bolsover (Inns and Taverns).
  19. [S44] Bolsover Manor Court Record, DDBM 59 (Vol 15) p 440.
  20. [S44] Bolsover Manor Court Record, DDBM 60 (Vol 16) p 22.
  21. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Holly Tinsley 1 Sep 2020.
  22. [S35] White's Directory, Bolsover.
  23. [S44] Bolsover Manor Court Record, DDBM 61 (Vol 17) p 18.
  24. [S44] Bolsover Manor Court Record, DDBM 61 (Vol 17) p 22.
  25. [S485] 'The Melancholy Death of Mrs Cree', Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald, 5 March 1864, 05 Mar 1864, "Joseph Cree, of Spital, late innkeeper..."
  26. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 7B p 421 (Deceember quarter).
  27. [S485] 'The Melancholy Death of Mrs Cree', Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald, 5 March 1864, 05 Mar 1864, "

    The Melancholy Death of Mrs Cree


    Chesterfield was on Tuesday last aroused from its lethargy by the announcement going the round of the town that the body of a woman had been found in the river Rother, near Tapton toll bar, and that it had been identified as that of the long-lost Mary Cree, who, our numerous readers are aware, left her home, at Spital, on the 30th January, and on her return, either from the effects of drink, or because the night was dark and foggy - we are sorry to presume the former - she fell into the river. From information her husband received, the river was dragged for a considerable distance, but the search was a fruitless proceeding, and failed to quiet the troubled breast of Mr Cree as to the fate and whereabouts of his missing wife. The inquest on the body was opened at the Municipal Hall, on Tues last, when the following evidence was given:-

    Joseph Cree, of Spital, late innkeeper, said the body viewed by the jury was his late wife, Mary, who died on Saturday, January 30th, aged 57 years. He last saw her alive between three and four o'clock, in front of the Market Hall, talking to Mrs Jackson, of Bolsover. He expected her home about five o'clock, but she did not come, and although he had caused every enquiry to be made, he had failed to find her. She had a deal of money on her - two £5 notes, and some sovereigns. She had on a grey cloth cloak, a brown woollen dress, cloth boots, laced inside; bonnet and veil, gold watch and appendages, leather satchel, & c.

    After the evidence of George Read, to the effect that he saw a crowd near the river, and that he recovered the body; and of Superintendent Wheeldon, deposing that he found on it five sovereigns in gold and three-half pence in bronze, with various other articles, the inquest was adjourned for additional evidence.

    The Adjourned Inquest was held in the Municipal Hall, on Thursday last, before C.S.B. Busby, Esq., coroner, and a respectable jury, when the following additional evidence was given:-
    H.E. Walker, M.D., deposed: I have examined the body of the deceased externally, but found no marks of injury about her. It had the appearance of having been three or four weeks in the water. It was not sufficiently decomposed to prevent my ascertaining that there was no bruises or marks of violence.

    Harriet Bullock, wife of John Bullock, of the Bridge Inn, Hollis-lane, Chesterfield: On Saturday, 30th January, about six o'clock, deceased came to our house alone. She asked me if Mr Cree was in, to which I answered no. She came into the kitchen, and called for a glass of beer. She was rather the worse for liquor. She stopped talking to John Clayton until about a quarter to seven. When she got up to go out, she asked if her husband was in the other room. I said, "No, he has not been in today." He had not. She turned towards the bar parlour, and said she thought she heard his voice. I said again, "No, he has not been in today." When she went out I opened the door, and handed her down the steps. It was a dark and misty night. Deceased often called at my house and had a glass of beer. I once before saw her worse for liquor, but she did not ask for beer. When she paid for the beer she drew out a sovereign and three half-pence. I gave her the sovereign back again, and she put it in her pocket. Deceased had a muff and victorine when she came; also, a satchel. She said nothing about her money.

    Wm. Morley, Anchor Inn, St Mary's-gate, said: Deceased came to the Anchor on the 30th January, about five o'clock, and stayed about three-quarters of an hour. I was in the bar when she came in. She was a little worse for liquor. She had nothing at our house. She asked for Mr Jackson, of Bolsover. Deceased left the house alone.

    Joseph Peace, draper's assistant at Mr Haslam's shop at eleven a.m. on the day in question. She had not sufficient money to pay for a victorine and muff, £2 12s 6d. She pulled her purse out of her pocket and paid in gold. She returned a third time about half-past five, and left a few minutes after six p.m. She then said she had lost her purse, and that she thought she had left it on the table. A diligent search was made, but it could not be found, and she left the shop with great reluctance, saying that it contained about £20.

    Martha Slack, of Calow green, accompanied Mrs Cree from the Bridge Inn to the Horse Croft, but she left her at the end of the field near the bridge.

    Fanny Bradley, of Calow green, said: About half-past seven o'clock, accompanied by my husband and a man named Joseph Calladine, I was proceeding through the Horse Croft in the direction of Chesterfield. It was dark and foggy night. When in the middle of the field I saw a woman going in the direction of the river. I called and told her she was off the footpath. She never spoke. I did not see her again. A week afterwards, Mr Cree came and said his wife was missing, and I told him what I had seen.

    Mrs Morley and Mrs Jackson each corroborated Mr Morley's depositions, and after a few minutes deliberation, the Jury returned a verdict to the effect that deceased was "Accidentally drowned in the river Rother."
    "
  28. [S44] Bolsover Manor Court Record, DDBM 61 (Vol 17) p 158.
  29. [S44] Bolsover Manor Court Record, DDBM 190/3 (Minute Book).
  30. [S3] Certificate of Birth, Marriage or Death held in Cree Archives, "Anne Allen / 77 years / Widow of Isaac Allen Borough Constable."
  31. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Vol 11a p362.
  32. [S9] Census Returns, 1881.
  33. [S26] Wills at Derby, DRO microfilm XM 37/2 1883-522.
  34. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 7B 414.
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Sarah Charlesworth

Female, CreeID#104, (1 December 1811 - c February 1850)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Sarah Charlesworth was born on 1 December 1811 in Pleasley, Derbyshire, England.1,2 She was the daughter of Job Charlesworth and Frances Bunting.

Sarah Charlesworth married Joseph Cree, son of John Cree and Anne Spray, on 26 January 1841 in Warsop, Nottinghamshire, England.

On 7 June 1841 Sarah Charlesworth and Joseph Cree were living in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, England, along with John Cree. Joseph was a cordwainer and John a tailor.3

Her daughter Fanny Cree was baptised on 17 November 1841 in Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, England; Her father was described as a shoemaker.2

Her daughter Anne Cree was born c March 1844 in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.4

Her daughter Elizabeth Cree was born c November 1845 in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.5,6

Her daughter Mary Cree was born c May 1848 in Palterton, Derbyshire, England.7,8

Sarah Charlesworth died c February 1850 in Chesterfield Reg Dist, Derbyshire, England.9

Children of Sarah Charlesworth and Joseph Cree

References

  1. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record.
  2. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish.
  3. [S192] UK Census 7 June 1841, HO107/196 p1.
  4. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, Mansfied RD GRO Vol 15 p570.
  5. [S160] UK Census 2 Apr 1871, RG10/4015 p 26.
  6. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Mansfield Reg Dist Vol 15 p490.
  7. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 15 p 537 June qtr., Mansfield RD.
  8. [S149] UK Census 30 Mar 1851, HO107/2123 f 148.
  9. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Vol 19 p 356.
Last edited19 Aug 2021

Job Charlesworth

Male, CreeID#105, (c July 1787 - )
Job Charlesworth was born c July 1787 in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England.1 He was the son of Sarah Charlesworth. Job Charlesworth was baptised on 22 July 1787 in the church of St Mary and All Saints, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England.2

Job Charlesworth married Frances Bunting on 17 October 1809 in Pleasley, Derbyshire, England.3

His daughter Sarah Charlesworth was born on 1 December 1811 in Pleasley, Derbyshire.4,5

Job Charlesworth was a basketmaker in 1828 in Bolsover, Derbyshire, England.6

On 7 June 1841 Job Charlesworth and Frances Bunting were living in Ockley, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England. Job was a basketmaker.7

Job Charlesworth was a basket manufacturer aged 73 on 7 April 1861 in Hockley, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England.8 On 15 September 1864 in the Court Baron, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, Job Charlesworth and Joseph Handby surrendered the tenancy of the old Methodist Chapel at the bottom of Chapel Breck for £80. Job Charlesworth, (the surviving trustee) was referred to as a yeoman and Joseph Handby as a carpenter.9 Job Charlesworth was buried on 7 February 1870 in Bolsover, Derbyshire.10

Child of Job Charlesworth and Frances Bunting

References

  1. [S9] Census Returns, 1841 and 1861.
  2. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish, "Job son of Sarah Charlesworth Illegitimate."
  3. [S16] Personal communication, Jo Thomas web site extracted 24 Nov 2009 http://www.journeymouse.net/CMS/docs/JobCharlesworth.pdf quoting IGI extracted entry.
  4. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, Extracted birth or christening record for locality listed in the record.
  5. [S1] Parish Register.
  6. [S29] Pigot's Trade Directory 1843, 1828.
  7. [S9] Census Returns, f 27, "Fanny Bunting."
  8. [S9] Census Returns.
  9. [S44] Bolsover Manor Court Record, DDBM 61 (Vol 17) p 324.
  10. [S1] Parish Register, Burial Indexes, "aged 82."
Last edited18 Aug 2021

Fanny Cree

Female, CreeID#106, (17 November 1841 - before 9 June 1871)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Fanny Cree was born c November 1841 in Palterton, Scarcliffe, Derbyshire, England.1 She was baptised on 17 November 1841 in Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, England. Her father was described as a shoemaker.2 She was the daughter of Joseph Cree and Sarah Charlesworth.

On 30 March 1851 Fanny Cree was living in the household of Joseph Cree and Mary Ann Stevens in The Swan, Market Place, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, along with Anne Cree, Elizabeth Cree and Anne Spray. Joseph's occupation was given as "Innkeeper 'Swan' Boot and Shoe Maker." He was 37 and his wife Mary, born in Windsor, Berkshire was also 37. Their daughters Fanny, Anne and Elizabeth were 9, 7 and 6 and Joseph's mother, now Ann Allen was 59 and married (not a widow). Anne Commons was a 15-year-old servant and George Adsetts, 16, was an apprentice boot and shoemaker. Next door lived Joseph Hanby (sic), Master Carpenter, and his wife Charlotte with six children.3

Fanny Cree married John Lomax, son of George Edmund Lomax, on 23 September 1865 in the parish church, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England.4,2

Her daughter Ann Lomax was born in 1866.

Her son Harry Cree Lomax was born c November 1867 in Islington Reg Dist, London, England.5,6

Fanny Cree died before 9 June 1871.7

Fanny Cree was mentioned in the will of Joseph Cree dated 9 June 1871 at Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England. The trustees were Christopher Hinde of Bolsover, joiner and cabinet maker, John Bradley of Bolsover, mercer and draper. Edward Haywood, tailor and innkeeper was a witness. "To my wife Mary Cree all my household furniture plate linen glass and china. Everything else except ten shares in Bolsover Gas Company to sell and invest... and upon the decease of... Mary... I devise... Hill Top Pingle and the garden adjoining... And I bequeath my ten shares... unto my son Joseph Cree." The residue was to be sold and divided in four parts, one part to "the two children of my late daughter Fanny Lomax" and one part each to his daughters Ann Revill, Elizabeth Parkinson and Mary Cree. A codicil signed on 25 November 1881 changed the trustees to "my son-in-law Joseph Revill of Bolsover, Tailor and draper and my friend Riched Henry Thompson of Bolsover Butcher and Farmer."

Children of Fanny Cree and John Lomax

References

  1. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 15 p494; Mansfield RD.
  2. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish.
  3. [S9] Census Returns.
  4. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO 7B 712.
  5. [S9] Census Returns, 1881, Bolsover.
  6. [S289] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 1b p257.
  7. [S26] Wills at Derby, Father's will: "two children of my late daughter Fanny Lomax."
Last edited26 Dec 2021

Anne Cree

Female, CreeID#107, (c March 1844 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Anne Cree was also known as Ann. She was born c March 1844 in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, England. No baptism record has been found.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Cree and Sarah Charlesworth.

On 30 March 1851 Anne Cree was living in the household of Joseph Cree and Mary Ann Stevens in The Swan, Market Place, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, along with Fanny Cree, Elizabeth Cree and Anne Spray. Joseph's occupation was given as "Innkeeper 'Swan' Boot and Shoe Maker." He was 37 and his wife Mary, born in Windsor, Berkshire was also 37. Their daughters Fanny, Anne and Elizabeth were 9, 7 and 6 and Joseph's mother, now Ann Allen was 59 and married (not a widow). Anne Commons was a 15-year-old servant and George Adsetts, 16, was an apprentice boot and shoemaker. Next door lived Joseph Hanby (sic), Master Carpenter, and his wife Charlotte with six children.2

Anne Cree married Joseph Revill in 1865 in Chesterfield Reg Dist, Derbyshire, England.3

Her daughter Annie Cree Revill was born c 1868 in Brightside or Pitsmoor, Yorkshire, England.4,5

On 3 April 1881 Anne Cree and Joseph Revill were living in Hockley, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, along with Annie Cree Revill. Joseph was a "Tailor & C" aged 41; Anne was aged 37; Annie C Revill was 13. Also present were daughters Lillie, Edith M, aged 5, and Maybelle Revill, aged 1. An apprentice tailor was also living there.5 Anne Cree was a witness at the marriage of Frederick Tinsley and Mary Cree on 2 October 1883 in the Parish Church of St Mary, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, along with Joseph Revill; Frederick's occupation was transcribed as "Market ?"6,7,8

Her son Joseph Revill was born c February 1884 in Bolsover, Derbyshire, England.9

On 5 April 1891 Anne Cree and Joseph Revill were living in Hockley, Bolsover, Derbyshire, along with Joe Ellis Cree and Annie Cree Revill. Joseph Revill was shown as a tailor and draper and his daughter Annie as a telegraphist. Three other of his children were at home.10

On 31 March 1901 Anne Cree and Joseph Revill were living in Hockly, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, along with Annie Cree Revill and Joe Ellis Cree. Joseph Revill was a tailor and draper and a postmaster. Anne Cree was an assistant. Their three children, Lillie aged 29, Mary, 21, and Joseph age 11, were all telegraph clerks, while Joe E Cree was a sorting clerk and telegraphist born in Manchester.11

Children of Anne Cree and Joseph Revill

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, Mansfied RD GRO Vol 15 p570.
  2. [S9] Census Returns.
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 7B 713.
  4. [S9] Census Returns, 1891, Bolsover.
  5. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, PRO Ref RG11/3439 p 35.
  6. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, 1992.
  7. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 7B p1215.
  8. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, (from Guild of One-Name Studies "Marriage Challenge").
  9. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Vol 7b p 734. Lynne Coakley has Joseph as the youngest brother of Annie Cree Revill on her on-line family tree.
  10. [S9] Census Returns, RG 12/2767 p 1.
  11. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901, Ref RG13/3254 f 7.
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Joseph Revill

Male, CreeID#108, (c February 1840 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Joseph Revill was born c February 1840 in Clowne, Derbyshire, England.1 He was baptised on 9 February 1840 in Clowne, Derbyshire.2

Joseph Revill married Anne Cree, daughter of Joseph Cree and Sarah Charlesworth, in 1865 in Chesterfield Reg Dist, Derbyshire, England.3

His daughter Annie Cree Revill was born c 1868 in Brightside or Pitsmoor, Yorkshire, England.4,5

Joseph Revill was mentioned in the will of Joseph Cree dated 9 June 1871 at Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England. The trustees were Christopher Hinde of Bolsover, joiner and cabinet maker, John Bradley of Bolsover, mercer and draper. Edward Haywood, tailor and innkeeper was a witness. "To my wife Mary Cree all my household furniture plate linen glass and china. Everything else except ten shares in Bolsover Gas Company to sell and invest... and upon the decease of... Mary... I devise... Hill Top Pingle and the garden adjoining... And I bequeath my ten shares... unto my son Joseph Cree." The residue was to be sold and divided in four parts, one part to "the two children of my late daughter Fanny Lomax" and one part each to his daughters Ann Revill, Elizabeth Parkinson and Mary Cree. A codicil signed on 25 November 1881 changed the trustees to "my son-in-law Joseph Revill of Bolsover, Tailor and draper and my friend Riched Henry Thompson of Bolsover Butcher and Farmer."

On 3 April 1881 Joseph Revill and Anne Cree were living in Hockley, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, along with Annie Cree Revill. Joseph was a "Tailor & C" aged 41; Anne was aged 37; Annie C Revill was 13. Also present were daughters Lillie, Edith M, aged 5, and Maybelle Revill, aged 1. An apprentice tailor was also living there.5 Joseph Revill was a witness at the marriage of Frederick Tinsley and Mary Cree on 2 October 1883 in the Parish Church of St Mary, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, along with Anne Cree; Frederick's occupation was transcribed as "Market ?"6,7,8

His son Joseph Revill was born c February 1884 in Bolsover, Derbyshire, England.9

Joseph Revill was a receiver of post in 1891 in Bolsover, Derbyshire.10

On 5 April 1891 Joseph Revill and Anne Cree were living in Hockley, Bolsover, Derbyshire, along with Joe Ellis Cree and Annie Cree Revill. Joseph Revill was shown as a tailor and draper and his daughter Annie as a telegraphist. Three other of his children were at home.11

On 31 March 1901 Joseph Revill and Anne Cree were living in Hockly, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, along with Annie Cree Revill and Joe Ellis Cree. Joseph Revill was a tailor and draper and a postmaster. Anne Cree was an assistant. Their three children, Lillie aged 29, Mary, 21, and Joseph age 11, were all telegraph clerks, while Joe E Cree was a sorting clerk and telegraphist born in Manchester.12

Children of Joseph Revill and Anne Cree

References

  1. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), Worksop Reg. Dist. GRO Ref Vol 16 p 667.
  2. [S417] Webpage Descendants of Thomas REVEL (http://www.rotherhamweb.co.uk/revill/revellclowne.pdf).
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO 7B 713.
  4. [S9] Census Returns, 1891, Bolsover.
  5. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, PRO Ref RG11/3439 p 35.
  6. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, 1992.
  7. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 7B p1215.
  8. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, (from Guild of One-Name Studies "Marriage Challenge").
  9. [S289] Website FreeBMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Vol 7b p 734. Lynne Coakley has Joseph as the youngest brother of Annie Cree Revill on her on-line family tree.
  10. [S134] Kelly's Directory of Cheshire (1892), Kelly's Directory of the Counties of Derby, Notts, Leicester and Rutland
    pub. London (May, 1891) - pp.277-280.
  11. [S9] Census Returns, RG 12/2767 p 1.
  12. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901, Ref RG13/3254 f 7.
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Mary Cree

Female, CreeID#109, (c May 1848 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Mary Cree was born c May 1848 in Palterton, Derbyshire, England.1,2 She was the daughter of Joseph Cree and Sarah Charlesworth. Mary Cree was baptised on 16 July 1848 in Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, England.3

On 30 March 1851 Mary Cree and her grandmother Frances Bunting were living in Upper Langwith, Derbyshire, England. Mary was aged 3, born Palterton and, along with her grandmother, was a visitor staying with Jane Bunting aged 69. Next door were John Bunting, a miller, and his wife Sarah.4

On 7 April 1861 Mary Cree was living in High Street, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England. At 12 she was a house servant to Richard and Elizabeth Armstrong, a local farmer living in the town quite near to the White Swan.5

Holly Tinsley gave further details of Mary Crees life:

Mary was my great-great grandmother and her son had written in his memoirs about how she'd been brought up by an aunt as her father and step mother had been abusive towards her so it's interesting to see that she'd been mentioned in her father's will...

Mary's mother died when she was 2 so Aunt Wood raised Mary from around age 3 or 4. Mary's grandfather tried to take her back from Aunt Wood but Mary's stepmother was violent so Aunt Wood cared for her until age 15.6


Mary Cree was mentioned in the will of Joseph Cree dated 9 June 1871 at Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England. The trustees were Christopher Hinde of Bolsover, joiner and cabinet maker, John Bradley of Bolsover, mercer and draper. Edward Haywood, tailor and innkeeper was a witness. "To my wife Mary Cree all my household furniture plate linen glass and china. Everything else except ten shares in Bolsover Gas Company to sell and invest... and upon the decease of... Mary... I devise... Hill Top Pingle and the garden adjoining... And I bequeath my ten shares... unto my son Joseph Cree." The residue was to be sold and divided in four parts, one part to "the two children of my late daughter Fanny Lomax" and one part each to his daughters Ann Revill, Elizabeth Parkinson and Mary Cree. A codicil signed on 25 November 1881 changed the trustees to "my son-in-law Joseph Revill of Bolsover, Tailor and draper and my friend Riched Henry Thompson of Bolsover Butcher and Farmer." Mary Cree was a witness at the marriage of Joseph Cree and Elizabeth Ellis on 5 August 1879 in the parish church of St Mark, Cheetham, Lancashire, England; Joseph Cree was 27, a bachelor and a music seller, living at 32 George St, son of Joseph Cree, Inn Keeper. Elizabeth Ellis was 26, a spinster, of 7 Crescent Road, daughter of Thomas Ellis, coach
man (GWR). Both signed. Witnesses were Thomas Ellis, Mary Cree, Sarah Ellis.7,8,9

Mary Cree married Frederick Tinsley, son of George Tinsley and Ellen Drabble, on 2 October 1883 in the Parish Church of St Mary, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England. The ceremony was witnessed by Anne Cree and Joseph Revill. Frederick's occupation was transcribed as "Market ?"10,11,12

Her son George Frederick Tinsley was born on 2 April 1888.13,14

Child of Mary Cree and Frederick Tinsley

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 15 p 537 June qtr., Mansfield RD.
  2. [S149] UK Census 30 Mar 1851, HO107/2123 f 148.
  3. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish.
  4. [S9] Census Returns, 1851 fol 148.
  5. [S204] UK Census 7 Apr 1861.
  6. [S16] Personal communication, Email via Ancestry, 31 August 2020.
  7. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 8D 443, Prestwich RD.
  8. [S1] Parish Register, Email Mavis Griffiths 3 Sep 2007.
  9. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
  10. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, 1992.
  11. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 7B p1215.
  12. [S78] Certificate held or seen, (from Guild of One-Name Studies "Marriage Challenge").
  13. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Holly Tinsley via Ancestry, 31 August 2020.
  14. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), (Death record) GRO Ref 2c/762.
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Mary Ann Stevens

Female, CreeID#110, (1813 - 30 January 1864)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Mary Ann Stevens was born in 1813 in Windsor, Berkshire, England.

In February 1851, Mary Ann Stevens was also known as Mary Stevens. This was at her marriage in 1851 and her death in 1864.

Mary Ann Stevens married Joseph Cree, son of John Cree and Anne Spray, on 25 February 1851 in Church of St Leodegarius, Basford, Nottinghamshire, England.1,2

On 30 March 1851 Mary Ann Stevens and Joseph Cree were living in The Swan, Market Place, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, along with Fanny Cree, Anne Cree, Elizabeth Cree and Anne Spray. Joseph's occupation was given as "Innkeeper 'Swan' Boot and Shoe Maker." He was 37 and his wife Mary, born in Windsor, Berkshire was also 37. Their daughters Fanny, Anne and Elizabeth were 9, 7 and 6 and Joseph's mother, now Ann Allen was 59 and married (not a widow). Anne Commons was a 15-year-old servant and George Adsetts, 16, was an apprentice boot and shoemaker. Next door lived Joseph Hanby (sic), Master Carpenter, and his wife Charlotte with six children.3

Her son Joseph Cree was born on 31 January 1852 in Bolsover, Derbyshire, England.4 In the Court Baron, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, on 9 December 1859 Mary Ann Stevens and Joseph Cree were admitted as tenant of the five newly-erected dwellinghouses in Long Row now called Hill Top, paying Edward Dean £221. As these are the same as in the 1854 transaction they may have been redeeming a mortgage.5

On 7 April 1861 Mary Ann Stevens and Joseph Cree were living in Town Place, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, along with Joseph Cree. Joseph Cree was a victualler, aged 48, born at Beeley, Derbyshire. Mary Ann Stevens was also 48, born at Windsor, Berkshire. Holly Tinsley writes “my maternal grandfather (Joseph Cree’s second wife Mary Ann Stevens) was a tyrant of the first order and to my grandfather’s horror he found that she was a secret drinker”.4,6

In January 1864 Mary Ann Stevens and Joseph Cree were living in Spital, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England.7

Mary Ann Stevens died on 30 January 1864 in Horse Croft, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England. She drowned in the River Rother.8

An inquest held on 5 March 1864 concluded that Mary Ann Stevens's death was accidental. The Derbyshire Times concluded that "either from the effects of drink, or because the night was dark and foggy - we are sorry to presume the former - she fell into the river."9

Child of Mary Ann Stevens and Joseph Cree

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, Vol 15 p560.
  2. [S416] Website FreeREG (http://www.freereg.org.uk), Ref 13493.
  3. [S9] Census Returns.
  4. [S204] UK Census 7 Apr 1861, RG9/2533 f6 p5.
  5. [S44] Bolsover Manor Court Record, DDBM 60 (Vol 16) p 22.
  6. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Holly Tinsley 1 Sep 2020.
  7. [S485] 'The Melancholy Death of Mrs Cree', Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald, 5 March 1864, 05 Mar 1864, "Joseph Cree, of Spital, late innkeeper..."
  8. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 7B p 421 (Deceember quarter).
  9. [S485] 'The Melancholy Death of Mrs Cree', Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald, 5 March 1864, 05 Mar 1864, "

    The Melancholy Death of Mrs Cree


    Chesterfield was on Tuesday last aroused from its lethargy by the announcement going the round of the town that the body of a woman had been found in the river Rother, near Tapton toll bar, and that it had been identified as that of the long-lost Mary Cree, who, our numerous readers are aware, left her home, at Spital, on the 30th January, and on her return, either from the effects of drink, or because the night was dark and foggy - we are sorry to presume the former - she fell into the river. From information her husband received, the river was dragged for a considerable distance, but the search was a fruitless proceeding, and failed to quiet the troubled breast of Mr Cree as to the fate and whereabouts of his missing wife. The inquest on the body was opened at the Municipal Hall, on Tues last, when the following evidence was given:-

    Joseph Cree, of Spital, late innkeeper, said the body viewed by the jury was his late wife, Mary, who died on Saturday, January 30th, aged 57 years. He last saw her alive between three and four o'clock, in front of the Market Hall, talking to Mrs Jackson, of Bolsover. He expected her home about five o'clock, but she did not come, and although he had caused every enquiry to be made, he had failed to find her. She had a deal of money on her - two £5 notes, and some sovereigns. She had on a grey cloth cloak, a brown woollen dress, cloth boots, laced inside; bonnet and veil, gold watch and appendages, leather satchel, & c.

    After the evidence of George Read, to the effect that he saw a crowd near the river, and that he recovered the body; and of Superintendent Wheeldon, deposing that he found on it five sovereigns in gold and three-half pence in bronze, with various other articles, the inquest was adjourned for additional evidence.

    The Adjourned Inquest was held in the Municipal Hall, on Thursday last, before C.S.B. Busby, Esq., coroner, and a respectable jury, when the following additional evidence was given:-
    H.E. Walker, M.D., deposed: I have examined the body of the deceased externally, but found no marks of injury about her. It had the appearance of having been three or four weeks in the water. It was not sufficiently decomposed to prevent my ascertaining that there was no bruises or marks of violence.

    Harriet Bullock, wife of John Bullock, of the Bridge Inn, Hollis-lane, Chesterfield: On Saturday, 30th January, about six o'clock, deceased came to our house alone. She asked me if Mr Cree was in, to which I answered no. She came into the kitchen, and called for a glass of beer. She was rather the worse for liquor. She stopped talking to John Clayton until about a quarter to seven. When she got up to go out, she asked if her husband was in the other room. I said, "No, he has not been in today." He had not. She turned towards the bar parlour, and said she thought she heard his voice. I said again, "No, he has not been in today." When she went out I opened the door, and handed her down the steps. It was a dark and misty night. Deceased often called at my house and had a glass of beer. I once before saw her worse for liquor, but she did not ask for beer. When she paid for the beer she drew out a sovereign and three half-pence. I gave her the sovereign back again, and she put it in her pocket. Deceased had a muff and victorine when she came; also, a satchel. She said nothing about her money.

    Wm. Morley, Anchor Inn, St Mary's-gate, said: Deceased came to the Anchor on the 30th January, about five o'clock, and stayed about three-quarters of an hour. I was in the bar when she came in. She was a little worse for liquor. She had nothing at our house. She asked for Mr Jackson, of Bolsover. Deceased left the house alone.

    Joseph Peace, draper's assistant at Mr Haslam's shop at eleven a.m. on the day in question. She had not sufficient money to pay for a victorine and muff, £2 12s 6d. She pulled her purse out of her pocket and paid in gold. She returned a third time about half-past five, and left a few minutes after six p.m. She then said she had lost her purse, and that she thought she had left it on the table. A diligent search was made, but it could not be found, and she left the shop with great reluctance, saying that it contained about £20.

    Martha Slack, of Calow green, accompanied Mrs Cree from the Bridge Inn to the Horse Croft, but she left her at the end of the field near the bridge.

    Fanny Bradley, of Calow green, said: About half-past seven o'clock, accompanied by my husband and a man named Joseph Calladine, I was proceeding through the Horse Croft in the direction of Chesterfield. It was dark and foggy night. When in the middle of the field I saw a woman going in the direction of the river. I called and told her she was off the footpath. She never spoke. I did not see her again. A week afterwards, Mr Cree came and said his wife was missing, and I told him what I had seen.

    Mrs Morley and Mrs Jackson each corroborated Mr Morley's depositions, and after a few minutes deliberation, the Jury returned a verdict to the effect that deceased was "Accidentally drowned in the river Rother."
    "
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Joseph Cree

Male, CreeID#111, (31 January 1852 - January 1895)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Joseph Cree was born on 31 January 1852 in Bolsover, Derbyshire, England.1 He was the son of Joseph Cree and Mary Ann Stevens.

On 7 April 1861 Joseph Cree was living in the household of Joseph Cree and Mary Ann Stevens in Town Place, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England. Joseph Cree was a victualler, aged 48, born at Beeley, Derbyshire. Mary Ann Stevens was also 48, born at Windsor, Berkshire. Holly Tinsley writes “my maternal grandfather (Joseph Cree’s second wife Mary Ann Stevens) was a tyrant of the first order and to my grandfather’s horror he found that she was a secret drinker”.1,2

His mother Mary Ann Stevens died on 30 January 1864 in Horse Croft, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England.3

On 2 April 1871 Joseph Cree was living in the household of Elizabeth Cree and William Wignall Parkinson in 59 Coke Street, Broughton, Salford, Lancashire, England. William was aged 30 and a "Music Seller, Master employing 2 Men and 1 Boy." Elizabeth was 25, born Palterton Derbyshire. They had three children and a servant as well as Joseph Cree, aged 19, a music-seller's assistant described as William's brother-in-law.4

Joseph Cree was mentioned in the will of Joseph Cree dated 9 June 1871 at Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England. The trustees were Christopher Hinde of Bolsover, joiner and cabinet maker, John Bradley of Bolsover, mercer and draper. Edward Haywood, tailor and innkeeper was a witness. "To my wife Mary Cree all my household furniture plate linen glass and china. Everything else except ten shares in Bolsover Gas Company to sell and invest... and upon the decease of... Mary... I devise... Hill Top Pingle and the garden adjoining... And I bequeath my ten shares... unto my son Joseph Cree." The residue was to be sold and divided in four parts, one part to "the two children of my late daughter Fanny Lomax" and one part each to his daughters Ann Revill, Elizabeth Parkinson and Mary Cree. A codicil signed on 25 November 1881 changed the trustees to "my son-in-law Joseph Revill of Bolsover, Tailor and draper and my friend Riched Henry Thompson of Bolsover Butcher and Farmer."

Joseph Cree married Elizabeth Ellis on 5 August 1879 in the parish church of St Mark, Cheetham, Lancashire, England. The ceremony was witnessed by Mary Cree. Joseph Cree was 27, a bachelor and a music seller, living at 32 George St, son of Joseph Cree, Inn Keeper. Elizabeth Ellis was 26, a spinster, of 7 Crescent Road, daughter of Thomas Ellis, coach
man (GWR). Both signed. Witnesses were Thomas Ellis, Mary Cree, Sarah Ellis.5,6,7

His daughter Bertha Cree was born on 10 January 1880 in Cheetham, Manchester, Lancashire, England.8,9,10

On 11 January 1880 Joseph Cree and Elizabeth Ellis were living in 9 Crescent Road, Cheetham, Manchester, Lancashire, England, along with Bertha Cree. Joseph was a music seller.10

On 3 April 1881 Joseph Cree and Elizabeth Ellis were living in 205 Cheetham Hill Road, Cheetham, Manchester, Lancashire, England, along with Bertha Cree. Joseph was a music seller and Elizabeth was a dressmaker employing six girls. Bertha was aged 9 months.11

His son Joe Ellis Cree was born on 29 May 1882 in Prestwich Reg Dist, Lancashire, England.12,13

His father Joseph Cree died on 8 June 1883 in Bolsover, Derbyshire.14,15

His wife Elizabeth Ellis died c February 1885 in Prestwich Reg Dist, Lancashire.16

Joseph Cree was a carrier and shopkeeper. in 1887 in Bolsover, Derbyshire. As a carrier he went to Chesterfield and back on Tuesdays and Saturdays. At his son Joe's wedding in 1910 he was described as a draper (deceased).17

On 5 April 1891 Joseph Cree was living in Oxcroft Lane, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England. He was a clerk and a widower aged 35. He was boarding with the family of Thomas and Charlotte Nuskin.18

Joseph Cree died in January 1895 in Bolsover, Derbyshire.19 He was buried on 30 January 1895 in Bolsover, Derbyshire.20

Children of Joseph Cree and Elizabeth Ellis

References

  1. [S204] UK Census 7 Apr 1861, RG9/2533 f6 p5.
  2. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Holly Tinsley 1 Sep 2020.
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 7B p 421 (Deceember quarter).
  4. [S160] UK Census 2 Apr 1871, RG10/4015 p 26.
  5. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 8D 443, Prestwich RD.
  6. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish, Email Mavis Griffiths 3 Sep 2007.
  7. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
  8. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, Piece no 4025/28/p6, "age 9 months."
  9. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, B425.
  10. [S1] Parish Register.
  11. [S164] UK Census 1881, Piece no 4025/28/p6.
  12. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Vol 8D p373 September qtr.
  13. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref 8d/373.
  14. [S26] Wills at Derby, DRO microfilm XM 37/2 1883-522.
  15. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 7B 414.
  16. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Ref Vol 8d p258.
  17. [S42] Kelly's Directory 1887.
  18. [S344] UK Census 5 Apr 1891, RG12/2767 p1.
  19. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 7B 515, "age 42."
  20. [S1] Parish Register, "age 42 years."
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John Lomax

Male, CreeID#112, (1839 or 1840 - before 1871)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
John Lomax was born in 1839 or 1840. He was the son of George Edmund Lomax.

John Lomax married Fanny Cree, daughter of Joseph Cree and Sarah Charlesworth, on 23 September 1865 in the parish church, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England.1,2

His daughter Ann Lomax was born in 1866.

His son Harry Cree Lomax was born c November 1867 in Islington Reg Dist, London, England.3,4

John Lomax died before 1871.

On 3 April 1881 John Lomax was living in the household of Joseph Cree and Mary Pook in Hill Top, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England. Joseph was a "Retired Innkeeper," aged 67, and born at Edensor.5

Children of John Lomax and Fanny Cree

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO 7B 712.
  2. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish.
  3. [S9] Census Returns, 1881, Bolsover.
  4. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 1b p257.
  5. [S9] Census Returns, 1881.
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Harry Cree Lomax

Male, CreeID#113, (c November 1867 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Harry Cree Lomax was born c November 1867 in Islington Reg Dist, London, England.1,2 He was the son of John Lomax and Fanny Cree.

Harry Cree Lomax was mentioned in the will of Joseph Cree dated 9 June 1871 at Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England. The trustees were Christopher Hinde of Bolsover, joiner and cabinet maker, John Bradley of Bolsover, mercer and draper. Edward Haywood, tailor and innkeeper was a witness. "To my wife Mary Cree all my household furniture plate linen glass and china. Everything else except ten shares in Bolsover Gas Company to sell and invest... and upon the decease of... Mary... I devise... Hill Top Pingle and the garden adjoining... And I bequeath my ten shares... unto my son Joseph Cree." The residue was to be sold and divided in four parts, one part to "the two children of my late daughter Fanny Lomax" and one part each to his daughters Ann Revill, Elizabeth Parkinson and Mary Cree. A codicil signed on 25 November 1881 changed the trustees to "my son-in-law Joseph Revill of Bolsover, Tailor and draper and my friend Riched Henry Thompson of Bolsover Butcher and Farmer."

References

  1. [S9] Census Returns, 1881, Bolsover.
  2. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref Vol 1b p257.
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Elizabeth Cree

Female, CreeID#114, (c November 1845 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Elizabeth Cree was born c November 1845 in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, England.1,2 She was the daughter of Joseph Cree and Sarah Charlesworth. Elizabeth Cree was baptised on 8 December 1845 in Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, England. Her father was described as a cordwainer.3

On 30 March 1851 Elizabeth Cree was living in the household of Joseph Cree and Mary Ann Stevens in The Swan, Market Place, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, along with Fanny Cree, Anne Cree and Anne Spray. Joseph's occupation was given as "Innkeeper 'Swan' Boot and Shoe Maker." He was 37 and his wife Mary, born in Windsor, Berkshire was also 37. Their daughters Fanny, Anne and Elizabeth were 9, 7 and 6 and Joseph's mother, now Ann Allen was 59 and married (not a widow). Anne Commons was a 15-year-old servant and George Adsetts, 16, was an apprentice boot and shoemaker. Next door lived Joseph Hanby (sic), Master Carpenter, and his wife Charlotte with six children.4 Elizabeth Cree appeared on the census on 7 April 1861 in Stockwell Gate, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England. She was a maidservant in the household of William Jackson, chemist and druggist.5

Elizabeth Cree married William Wignall Parkinson, son of William Wignall Parkinson, c May 1865 in Chesterfield Reg Dist, Derbyshire, England. William Wignall Parkinson was a music-seller aged 24 of Cheetham, Manchester, son of William Wignall Parksinson, also a music-seller. Elizabeth Cree was 19 and of Brewery Street, Chesterfield.6

On 2 April 1871 Elizabeth Cree and William Wignall Parkinson were living in 59 Coke Street, Broughton, Salford, Lancashire, England, along with Joseph Cree. William was aged 30 and a "Music Seller, Master employing 2 Men and 1 Boy." Elizabeth was 25, born Palterton Derbyshire. They had three children and a servant as well as Joseph Cree, aged 19, a music-seller's assistant described as William's brother-in-law.1

Elizabeth Cree was mentioned in the will of Joseph Cree dated 9 June 1871 at Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England. The trustees were Christopher Hinde of Bolsover, joiner and cabinet maker, John Bradley of Bolsover, mercer and draper. Edward Haywood, tailor and innkeeper was a witness. "To my wife Mary Cree all my household furniture plate linen glass and china. Everything else except ten shares in Bolsover Gas Company to sell and invest... and upon the decease of... Mary... I devise... Hill Top Pingle and the garden adjoining... And I bequeath my ten shares... unto my son Joseph Cree." The residue was to be sold and divided in four parts, one part to "the two children of my late daughter Fanny Lomax" and one part each to his daughters Ann Revill, Elizabeth Parkinson and Mary Cree. A codicil signed on 25 November 1881 changed the trustees to "my son-in-law Joseph Revill of Bolsover, Tailor and draper and my friend Riched Henry Thompson of Bolsover Butcher and Farmer."

Family: Elizabeth Cree and William Wignall Parkinson

References

  1. [S160] UK Census 2 Apr 1871, RG10/4015 p 26.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, Mansfield Reg Dist Vol 15 p490.
  3. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish.
  4. [S9] Census Returns.
  5. [S9] Census Returns, RG9/2429 f 23.
  6. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Vol 7B p786.
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William Wignall Parkinson1

Male, CreeID#115
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
William Wignall Parkinson was the son of William Wignall Parkinson. William Wignall Parkinson was buried between 1840 and 1841.2

William Wignall Parkinson married Elizabeth Cree, daughter of Joseph Cree and Sarah Charlesworth, c May 1865 in Chesterfield Reg Dist, Derbyshire, England. William Wignall Parkinson was a music-seller aged 24 of Cheetham, Manchester, son of William Wignall Parksinson, also a music-seller. Elizabeth Cree was 19 and of Brewery Street, Chesterfield.3

On 2 April 1871 William Wignall Parkinson and Elizabeth Cree were living in 59 Coke Street, Broughton, Salford, Lancashire, England, along with Joseph Cree. William was aged 30 and a "Music Seller, Master employing 2 Men and 1 Boy." Elizabeth was 25, born Palterton Derbyshire. They had three children and a servant as well as Joseph Cree, aged 19, a music-seller's assistant described as William's brother-in-law.2

Family: William Wignall Parkinson and Elizabeth Cree

References

  1. [S160] UK Census 2 Apr 1871.
  2. [S160] UK Census 1871, RG10/4015 p 26.
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, Vol 7B p786.
Last edited16 Jul 2020

Joe Ellis Cree

Male, CreeID#116, (29 May 1882 - 24 January 1971)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Joe Ellis Cree was born on 29 May 1882 in Prestwich Reg Dist, Lancashire, England. The birth was registered in the July-September quarter.1,2 He was the son of Joseph Cree and Elizabeth Ellis. Joe Ellis Cree was baptised on 16 July 1882 in St Mark, Cheetham, Lancashire, England.3

His mother Elizabeth Ellis died c February 1885 in Prestwich Reg Dist, Lancashire.4

On 5 April 1891 Joe Ellis Cree was living in the household of Joseph Revill and Anne Cree in Hockley, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, along with Annie Cree Revill. Joseph Revill was shown as a tailor and draper and his daughter Annie as a telegraphist. Three other of his children were at home.5

His father Joseph Cree died in January 1895 in Bolsover, Derbyshire, England.6

Joe Ellis Cree was a postal service employee from 1900 in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England.7

On 31 March 1901 Joe Ellis Cree was living in the household of Joseph Revill and Anne Cree in Hockly, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, along with Annie Cree Revill. Joseph Revill was a tailor and draper and a postmaster. Anne Cree was an assistant. Their three children, Lillie aged 29, Mary, 21, and Joseph age 11, were all telegraph clerks, while Joe E Cree was a sorting clerk and telegraphist born in Manchester.8

Joe Ellis Cree was a Post Office Clerk in 27 Victoria Street, Brampton, Derbyshire, England.9

Joe Ellis Cree married Annie Merrill, daughter of Charles Merrill, on 4 July 1910 in the church of St Thomas, Brampton, Derbyshire, England. The ceremony was witnessed by Bertha Cree and Joseph Revill. Bertha Cree was Joe's sister and Joseph Revill was his cousin. Another witness was Jane E Merrill.10,11,12

On 2 April 1911 Joe Ellis Cree and Annie Merrill were living in 594 Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England. Joseph gave his name as Joe Ellis Cree, He was 28 years old and a Post Office clerk, born in Manchester. His wife Annie was 26 and born in Chesterfield.13

His daughter Mary Cree was born on 11 September 1911 in Chesterfield, Derbyshire.14

His wife Annie Merrill died c May 1914 in Christchurch Reg Dist, Hampshire, England.15 Joe Ellis Cree began military service on 8 January 1916. His address was in 59 Fortesque Road, Bournemouth. He joined the Royal Engineers, declaring himself a widower and a telegraphist.16

Joe Ellis Cree married Emma Cooper, daughter of Joel Cooper, c February 1919 in Brampton, Derbyshire, England. The groom's abode was given as Fortescue Road, Bournemouth, and the bride's as Brocklehurst Piece. The latter is a street off Old Road, Chesterfield.

Joe was a Post Office Clerk and a widower aged 36; Emma was a spinster aged 34.. Both fathers were shown as deceased, Joseph Cree had been a tailor and Joel Cooper an iron fettler.17,11

On 29 September 1939 Joe Ellis Cree and Emma Cooper were living in 17 De Lisle Road, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England. Joe was a postal clerk and Emma had "unpaid domestic duties." Also living with them was Mary Brown, a temporary Post Office telephonist" aged 54.18

Joe Ellis Cree died on 24 January 1971 in Bournemouth, Hampshire, England.19,20 Probate of Joe Ellis Cree's will was granted on 19 March 1971 in London, England. His estate was valued at £7889.20

Child of Joe Ellis Cree and Annie Merrill

Family: Joe Ellis Cree and Emma Cooper

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, Vol 8D p373 September qtr.
  2. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref 8d/373.
  3. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish, Anglican Parish Registers. Manchester, England: Manchester Libraries, Information and Archives.
  4. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Ref Vol 8d p258.
  5. [S9] Census Returns, RG 12/2767 p 1.
  6. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 7B 515, "age 42."
  7. [S454] Ancestry.co.uk (www.ancestry.co.uk), British Postal Museum and Archive; Series: POST 58; Reference Number: 97.
  8. [S264] UK Census 31 Mar 1901, Ref RG13/3254 f 7.
  9. [S416] Website FreeREG (http://www.freereg.org.uk), Marriage Ref 20053.
  10. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 7B 1439.
  11. [S416] Website FreeREG (http://www.freereg.org.uk), Ref 20053.
  12. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, (from Guild of One-Name Studies "Marriage Challenge").
  13. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, Ref RG14/28178.
  14. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 7B 1575.
  15. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 2B 806.
  16. [S454] Ancestry.co.uk (www.ancestry.co.uk), British Army WWI Service Records, 1914-1920, First World War 'Burnt Documents', The National Archives Microfilm Publication WO363.
  17. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 7B 1159.
  18. [S558] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, Ref RG 101/2237C.
  19. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, D1070.
  20. [S490] England and Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations) 1858-1966.
Last edited28 Sep 2020

Annie Merrill

Female, CreeID#117, (c August 1884 - c May 1914)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Annie Merrill was born c August 1884 in Chesterfield Reg Dist, Derbyshire, England.1 She was the daughter of Charles Merrill.

On 3 July 1910 Annie Merrill was living in 540 Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England.2

Annie Merrill married Joe Ellis Cree, son of Joseph Cree and Elizabeth Ellis, on 4 July 1910 in the church of St Thomas, Brampton, Derbyshire, England. The ceremony was witnessed by Bertha Cree and Joseph Revill. Bertha Cree was Joe's sister and Joseph Revill was his cousin. Another witness was Jane E Merrill.3,4,5

On 2 April 1911 Annie Merrill and Joe Ellis Cree were living in 594 Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England. Joseph gave his name as Joe Ellis Cree, He was 28 years old and a Post Office clerk, born in Manchester. His wife Annie was 26 and born in Chesterfield.6

Her daughter Mary Cree was born on 11 September 1911 in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England.7

Annie Merrill died c May 1914 in Christchurch Reg Dist, Hampshire, England. She was aged 29.8

Child of Annie Merrill and Joe Ellis Cree

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO 7B 734.
  2. [S416] Website FreeREG (http://www.freereg.org.uk), Marriage Ref 20053.
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 7B 1439.
  4. [S416] Website FreeREG (http://www.freereg.org.uk), Ref 20053.
  5. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, (from Guild of One-Name Studies "Marriage Challenge").
  6. [S253] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, Ref RG14/28178.
  7. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 7B 1575.
  8. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 2B 806.
Last edited28 Sep 2020

Mary Cree

Female, CreeID#118, (11 September 1911 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mary Cree was born on 11 September 1911 in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England.1 She was the daughter of Joe Ellis Cree and Annie Merrill.

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO 7B 1575.
Last edited28 Sep 2020

Emma Cooper

Female, CreeID#119, (29 December 1884 - c February 1977)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
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Emma Cooper was born on 29 December 1884.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Joel Cooper.

Emma Cooper married Joe Ellis Cree, son of Joseph Cree and Elizabeth Ellis, c February 1919 in Brampton, Derbyshire, England. The groom's abode was given as Fortescue Road, Bournemouth, and the bride's as Brocklehurst Piece. The latter is a street off Old Road, Chesterfield.

Joe was a Post Office Clerk and a widower aged 36; Emma was a spinster aged 34.. Both fathers were shown as deceased, Joseph Cree had been a tailor and Joel Cooper an iron fettler.4,5

On 29 September 1939 Emma Cooper and Joe Ellis Cree were living in 17 De Lisle Road, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England. Joe was a postal clerk and Emma had "unpaid domestic duties." Also living with them was Mary Brown, a temporary Post Office telephonist" aged 54.3

Her husband Joe Ellis Cree died on 24 January 1971 in Bournemouth, Hampshire, England.6,7

Emma Cooper died c February 1977 in Winchester Reg Dist, Hampshire, England.8

Family: Emma Cooper and Joe Ellis Cree

References

  1. [S416] Website FreeREG (http://www.freereg.org.uk), Ref 20053 age 34 at marriage.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Ref Vol 20 p 1809 (Deaths).
  3. [S558] UK Census 2 Apr 1911, Ref RG 101/2237C.
  4. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 7B 1159.
  5. [S416] Website FreeREG (http://www.freereg.org.uk), Ref 20053.
  6. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, D1070.
  7. [S490] England and Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations) 1858-1966.
  8. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Ref Vol 20 p 1809.
Last edited28 Sep 2020

Frederick Tinsley

Male, CreeID#120, (11 March 1855 - 1933)
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Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Frederick Tinsley was baptised on 11 March 1855 in Bolsover, Derbyshire, England. His father George was shown in the baptism record as a farmer.1 He was the son of George Tinsley and Ellen Drabble.

George Tinsley inherited a farm at Pond House, Marlpit Lane, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England, in Bolsover from his mother’s side, which he turned into an orchard/fruit farm. He passed the farm down to Frederick Tinsley who started growing a wider variety of crops (he was known as a "market gardener" in records).2

Frederick Tinsley married Mary Cree, daughter of Joseph Cree and Sarah Charlesworth, on 2 October 1883 in the Parish Church of St Mary, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England. The ceremony was witnessed by Anne Cree and Joseph Revill. Frederick's occupation was transcribed as "Market ?"3,4,5

His son George Frederick Tinsley was born on 2 April 1888.2,6

His father George Tinsley died on 7 June 1907 in Pond House, Welbeck Road, Bolsover, Derbyshire, England.7

His mother Ellen Drabble died in 1918.8

Frederick Tinsley died in 1933.8

Child of Frederick Tinsley and Mary Cree

References

  1. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish.
  2. [S16] Personal communication, Email from Holly Tinsley via Ancestry, 31 August 2020.
  3. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints, 1992.
  4. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 7B p1215.
  5. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher, (from Guild of One-Name Studies "Marriage Challenge").
  6. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), (Death record) GRO Ref 2c/762.
  7. [S490] England and Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations) 1858-1966, 1908.
  8. [S16] Personal communication, Holly Tinsley, 1 September 2020, "Mary Cree’s husband was Frederick Tinsley (1855-1933), the eldest son of George Tinsley (1831-1907) and Ellen Drabble (1831-1918)."
Last edited26 Dec 2021

John Cree

Male, CreeID#121, (30 April 1815 - 5 April 1854)
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John Cree was baptised on 30 April 1815 in Beeley, Derbyshire, England.1 He was the son of John Cree and Anne Spray.

His father John Cree died in November 1823 in Scarcliffe, Derbyshire, England.2

On 7 June 1841 John Cree was living in the household of Joseph Cree and Sarah Charlesworth in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, England. Joseph was a cordwainer and John a tailor.3

John Cree was a tailor in 1846 in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.4 Marriage banns for John Cree and Mary Robinson were published from 29 March 1846 to 12 April 1846 in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England; They were recorded as "both of this parish" of Chesterfield.5

John Cree married Mary Robinson, daughter of William Frogatt and Anne Robinson, on 20 April 1846 in St Mary and All Saints, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England. The ceremony was witnessed by Isaac Allen. The other witness was named J Hudson.6

His son John Cree was born c May 1848 in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.7

His son Joseph Cree was baptised on 31 March 1850 in Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, England; The register notes that this was Easter Day.1

His son William Cree was baptised on 23 March 1851 in Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.1

On 30 March 1851 John Cree and Mary Robinson were living in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, along with John Cree, Joseph Cree, William Cree, Edwin Haywood and William Frogatt. John was a tailor. Mary's occupation was "Tailers (sic) wife." William Cree's age was given as one month.

Edwin Haywood was shown as a journeyman tailor aged 26. William Frogatt was shown as aged 60, a lodger, a widower and a farm labourer. He was Mary's father and so should have been shown as John's "father-in-law." He was actually 56. There were a young house servant Eve Wild aged 14 and two other lodgers there on Census Night.8

John Cree was a tailor, shopkeeper and beerhouse(keeper) in 1852 in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.9

His son Frederick Cree was baptised on 5 December 1852 in Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.1

John Cree died on 5 April 1854 in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.

His son Herbert Cree was born before 7 April 1854 in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.10

Children of John Cree and Mary Robinson

References

  1. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish.
  2. [S1] Parish Register, "Age 45."
  3. [S192] UK Census 7 June 1841, HO107/196 p1.
  4. [S30] Bagshaw's Trade Directory of Derbyshire (1846).
  5. [S1] Parish Register, "John Cree and Mary Robinson, both of this parish."
  6. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
  7. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO 15 p 537, Mansfield RD.
  8. [S149] UK Census 30 Mar 1851, HO107/2123 f171.
  9. [S35] White, History, Gazetteer and Directory, County of Derby , 1852.
  10. [S9] Census Returns, He was described as 7 years old at the 1861 Census.
Last edited28 Sep 2020

Mary Robinson

Female, CreeID#122, (12 September 1819 - 18 November 1868)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Mary Robinson was born in 1819 in Handley, Staveley, Derbyshire, England.1 She was baptised on 12 September 1819 in Staveley, Derbyshire, England. As the "illeg. dr" of Wm Frogatt, labourer and Anne Robinson, living at Hague Common.1 She was the daughter of William Frogatt and Anne Robinson. Mary Robinson was baptised on 31 October 1819 in the parish church, Belper, Derbyshire, England. She was recorded as the "illegit Dau of Anne Robinson" residing in Belper.2 Marriage banns for Mary Robinson and John Cree were published from 29 March 1846 to 12 April 1846 in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England; They were recorded as "both of this parish" of Chesterfield.3

Mary Robinson married John Cree, son of John Cree and Anne Spray, on 20 April 1846 in St Mary and All Saints, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England. The ceremony was witnessed by Isaac Allen. The other witness was named J Hudson.4

Her son John Cree was born c May 1848 in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, England.5

Her son Joseph Cree was baptised on 31 March 1850 in Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, England; The register notes that this was Easter Day.2

Her son William Cree was baptised on 23 March 1851 in Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.2

On 30 March 1851 Mary Robinson and John Cree were living in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, along with John Cree, Joseph Cree, William Cree, Edwin Haywood and William Frogatt. John was a tailor. Mary's occupation was "Tailers (sic) wife." William Cree's age was given as one month.

Edwin Haywood was shown as a journeyman tailor aged 26. William Frogatt was shown as aged 60, a lodger, a widower and a farm labourer. He was Mary's father and so should have been shown as John's "father-in-law." He was actually 56. There were a young house servant Eve Wild aged 14 and two other lodgers there on Census Night.6

Her son William Cree died c August 1851.7

Her son Frederick Cree was baptised on 5 December 1852 in Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.2

Her son Frederick Cree died c August 1853.8

Her husband John Cree died on 5 April 1854 in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.

Her son Herbert Cree was born before 7 April 1854 in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.9

Mary Robinson was a publican, shopkeeper in 1857 in the Hare and Hounds, Palterton, Scarcliffe, Derbyshire, England.10

Mary Robinson married Edwin Haywood, son of Thomas Haywood and Mary Adsetts, on 19 April 1858 in Scarcliffe, Derbyshire, England. Mary Robinson (Mary Cree) was the widow of Edwin Haywood's employer John Cree.2

On 7 April 1861 Mary Robinson and Edwin Haywood were living in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, along with John Cree, Herbert Cree, William Frogatt and Anne Spray. Edwin was described as a tailor and beerhousekeeper aged 34. Mary his wife was 41 and a shopkeeper. Mary's sons by her first husband, John aged 12 and Herbert Creee aged 7, were scholars. Also living in the household were Mary's father, William Froggatt aged 64, who is described as Edwin's father-in-law and a widower, and Anne Allen aged 69, described simply as a visitor who was in fact the mother of Mary's first husband John Cree (and therefore grandmother of John and Herbert Cree.)11

In 1862 Mary Robinson was living in Hare and Hounds Inn, Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, England.12

Mary Robinson died on 18 November 1868 in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.

Children of Mary Robinson and John Cree

Family: Mary Robinson and Edwin Haywood

References

  1. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish, Dby RO film XM 1/53 item 9.
  2. [S1] Parish Register.
  3. [S1] Parish Register, "John Cree and Mary Robinson, both of this parish."
  4. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
  5. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO 15 p 537, Mansfield RD.
  6. [S149] UK Census 30 Mar 1851, HO107/2123 f171.
  7. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 15 p 351; Mansfield RD.
  8. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 7b p 29; Mansfield RD.
  9. [S9] Census Returns, He was described as 7 years old at the 1861 Census.
  10. [S460] Trade Directory "White's History, Gazetteer and Directory of Derbyshire and Sheffield, 1857."
  11. [S204] UK Census 7 Apr 1861, PRO Ref RG9/2424 p6.
  12. [S36] Harrison's Directory 1860, Scarcliffe.
Last edited1 Jan 2022

William Frogatt

Male, CreeID#123, (6 October 1794 - )
William Frogatt was baptised on 6 October 1794 in Barlborough, Derbyshire, England.1 He was the son of Robert Froggat and Mary Kitchen. William Frogatt and Anne Robinson were partners from 1818 to 1819.2

His daughter Mary Robinson was baptised on 12 September 1819 in Staveley, Derbyshire, England; as the "illeg. dr" of Wm Frogatt, labourer and Anne Robinson, living at Hague Common.3

His son William Froggatt was baptised on 29 April 1821 in Barlborough, Derbyshire.4

His daughter Hannah Frogatt was baptised on 25 June 1825 in Barlborough, Derbyshire.5

In 1841 William Frogatt was living in the household of Robert Froggat in Barlborough, Derbyshire. Robert was aged 70 and William was 40. Also present was Elizabeth Froggatt aged 45. (1841 ages were rounded).6

On 30 March 1851 William Frogatt was living in the household of John Cree and Mary Robinson in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, England, along with John Cree, Joseph Cree, William Cree and Edwin Haywood. John was a tailor. Mary's occupation was "Tailers (sic) wife." William Cree's age was given as one month.

Edwin Haywood was shown as a journeyman tailor aged 26. William Frogatt was shown as aged 60, a lodger, a widower and a farm labourer. He was Mary's father and so should have been shown as John's "father-in-law." He was actually 56. There were a young house servant Eve Wild aged 14 and two other lodgers there on Census Night.7

On 7 April 1861 William Frogatt was living in the household of Edwin Haywood and Mary Robinson in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, along with John Cree, Herbert Cree and Anne Spray. Edwin was described as a tailor and beerhousekeeper aged 34. Mary his wife was 41 and a shopkeeper. Mary's sons by her first husband, John aged 12 and Herbert Creee aged 7, were scholars. Also living in the household were Mary's father, William Froggatt aged 64, who is described as Edwin's father-in-law and a widower, and Anne Allen aged 69, described simply as a visitor who was in fact the mother of Mary's first husband John Cree (and therefore grandmother of John and Herbert Cree.)8

On 7 April 1861 William Frogatt was living in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire. He was now said to be aged 64 and still an agricultural labourer.9

On 2 April 1871 William Frogatt was living in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire. He was a farm labourer, living in the household of his daughter Hannah.10

Children of William Frogatt and Anne Robinson

References

  1. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish.
  2. [S1] Parish Register, Baptism of their daughter. Dby RO film XM 1/53 item 9.
  3. [S1] Parish Register, Dby RO film XM 1/53 item 9.
  4. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N1ZB-XMX
  5. [S446] Family Search web site, www.familysearch.org, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NTL8-5J6 (There is also a record from the same source showing 26 June 1825.).
  6. [S192] UK Census 7 June 1841, HO107/193.
  7. [S149] UK Census 30 Mar 1851, HO107/2123 f171.
  8. [S204] UK Census 7 Apr 1861, PRO Ref RG9/2424 p6.
  9. [S149] UK Census 1851.
  10. [S160] UK Census 2 Apr 1871.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Anne Robinson

Female, CreeID#124
Anne Robinson and William Frogatt were partners from 1818 to 1819.1

Her daughter Mary Robinson was baptised on 12 September 1819 in Staveley, Derbyshire, England; as the "illeg. dr" of Wm Frogatt, labourer and Anne Robinson, living at Hague Common.2

Her son William Froggatt was baptised on 29 April 1821 in Barlborough, Derbyshire, England.3

Her daughter Hannah Frogatt was baptised on 25 June 1825 in Barlborough, Derbyshire.4

Children of Anne Robinson and William Frogatt

References

  1. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish, Baptism of their daughter. Dby RO film XM 1/53 item 9.
  2. [S1] Parish Register, Dby RO film XM 1/53 item 9.
  3. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N1ZB-XMX
  4. [S446] Family Search web site, www.familysearch.org, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NTL8-5J6 (There is also a record from the same source showing 26 June 1825.).
Last edited15 Sep 2019

John Cree

Male, CreeID#125, (c May 1848 - c February 1922)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
John Cree was born c May 1848 in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, England.1 He was the son of John Cree and Mary Robinson. John Cree was baptised on 11 July 1848 in Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, England.2

On 30 March 1851 John Cree was living in the household of John Cree and Mary Robinson in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, along with Joseph Cree, William Cree, Edwin Haywood and William Frogatt. John was a tailor. Mary's occupation was "Tailers (sic) wife." William Cree's age was given as one month.

Edwin Haywood was shown as a journeyman tailor aged 26. William Frogatt was shown as aged 60, a lodger, a widower and a farm labourer. He was Mary's father and so should have been shown as John's "father-in-law." He was actually 56. There were a young house servant Eve Wild aged 14 and two other lodgers there on Census Night.3

On 30 March 1851 John Cree was living in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.4

His father John Cree died on 5 April 1854 in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.

On 7 April 1861 John Cree was living in the household of Edwin Haywood and Mary Robinson in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire, along with Herbert Cree, William Frogatt and Anne Spray. Edwin was described as a tailor and beerhousekeeper aged 34. Mary his wife was 41 and a shopkeeper. Mary's sons by her first husband, John aged 12 and Herbert Creee aged 7, were scholars. Also living in the household were Mary's father, William Froggatt aged 64, who is described as Edwin's father-in-law and a widower, and Anne Allen aged 69, described simply as a visitor who was in fact the mother of Mary's first husband John Cree (and therefore grandmother of John and Herbert Cree.)5

On 7 April 1861 John Cree was living in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.4

His mother Mary Robinson died on 18 November 1868 in Palterton, Scarcliffe parish, Derbyshire.

John Cree married Rebecca Beardsley on 20 August 1871 in North Wingfield, Derbyshire, England.6,7

His son Herbert Cree was born c August 1872 in Staveley, Derbyshire, England.8,9

His daughter Mary Cree was born c November 1874 in Staveley, Derbyshire.10,11

His daughter Hannah Cree was born c February 1877 in Wingfield, Derbyshire, England.9,12

His daughter Harriet Cree was born c February 1879 in Wingfield, Derbyshire.13,9

C 1880 John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley moved from Derbyshire and settled at Bolton on Dearne, Yorkshire, England, accompanied by Herbert Cree, Mary Cree, Hannah Cree and Harriet Cree.

On 3 April 1881 John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley were living in 36 Lady Croft, Bolton on Dearne, Yorkshire, England, along with Herbert Cree, Hannah Cree and Harriet Cree. John was a coalminer. John and Rebecca's eldest daughter Mary was being brought up by his brother Joseph and Joseph's wife Mary.9

His son Joseph Edwin Cree was born c February 1882 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.14

His son William Cree was born c May 1884 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.15

His daughter Alice Cree was born c February 1888 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.16

His daughter Martha Annie Cree was born c August 1890 in Doncaster, Yorkshire, England.15

His son John Cree was born c 3 April 1893 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.17

John Cree was a mining engineer.18

John Cree was a lampman in December 1899.19

John Cree died c February 1922 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.20

Children of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO 15 p 537, Mansfield RD.
  2. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish.
  3. [S149] UK Census 30 Mar 1851, HO107/2123 f171.
  4. [S9] Census Returns.
  5. [S204] UK Census 7 Apr 1861, PRO Ref RG9/2424 p6.
  6. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints.
  7. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
  8. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 7B p 545.
  9. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, PRO Ref RG11/4687 f 45 p36.
  10. [S164] UK Census 1881, PRO Ref RG11/3434 f 52 p8.
  11. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 7b p 663, Chesterfield RD.
  12. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 7B p 702.
  13. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 7B p 697, Chesterfield RD.
  14. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 681.
  15. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 721.
  16. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 695.
  17. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 783.
  18. [S33] Personal conversation, Edith Hayes (nee Cree) 1989.
  19. [S1] Parish Register, Bolton upon Dearne. http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/Misc/Transcriptions/…
  20. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 9C 865.
Last edited16 Jul 2020

Rebecca Beardsley

Female, CreeID#126, (c August 1854 - c August 1918)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Rebecca Beardsley was born c August 1854 in Staveley, Derbyshire, England.1,2

Rebecca Beardsley married John Cree, son of John Cree and Mary Robinson, on 20 August 1871 in North Wingfield, Derbyshire, England.3,4

Her son Herbert Cree was born c August 1872 in Staveley, Derbyshire.5,1

Her daughter Mary Cree was born c November 1874 in Staveley, Derbyshire.6,7

Her daughter Hannah Cree was born c February 1877 in Wingfield, Derbyshire, England.1,8

Her daughter Harriet Cree was born c February 1879 in Wingfield, Derbyshire.9,1

C 1880 Rebecca Beardsley and John Cree moved from Derbyshire and settled at Bolton on Dearne, Yorkshire, England, accompanied by Herbert Cree, Mary Cree, Hannah Cree and Harriet Cree.

On 3 April 1881 Rebecca Beardsley and John Cree were living in 36 Lady Croft, Bolton on Dearne, Yorkshire, England, along with Herbert Cree, Hannah Cree and Harriet Cree. John was a coalminer. John and Rebecca's eldest daughter Mary was being brought up by his brother Joseph and Joseph's wife Mary.1

Her son Joseph Edwin Cree was born c February 1882 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.10

Her son William Cree was born c May 1884 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.11

Her daughter Alice Cree was born c February 1888 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.12

Her daughter Martha Annie Cree was born c August 1890 in Doncaster, Yorkshire, England.11

Her son John Cree was born c 3 April 1893 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.13

Rebecca Beardsley died c August 1918 in Bridlington Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England. She was aged 65.14

Children of Rebecca Beardsley and John Cree

References

  1. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, PRO Ref RG11/4687 f 45 p36.
  2. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Ref 7b/461.
  3. [S85] International Genealogical Index 1992 or "old" Family Search web site, Church of Latter Day Saints.
  4. [S78] Registration Certificate held in Cree Archives or transcribed by researcher.
  5. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 7B p 545.
  6. [S164] UK Census 1881, PRO Ref RG11/3434 f 52 p8.
  7. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 7b p 663, Chesterfield RD.
  8. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 7B p 702.
  9. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 7B p 697, Chesterfield RD.
  10. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 681.
  11. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 721.
  12. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 695.
  13. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 783.
  14. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 9D 403.
Last edited1 Oct 2020

Herbert Cree

Male, CreeID#127, (c August 1872 - c May 1948)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Herbert Cree was born c August 1872 in Staveley, Derbyshire, England.1,2 He was the son of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley.

Herbert Cree accompanied John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley when they moved from Derbyshire to Bolton on Dearne, Yorkshire, England, c 1880.

On 3 April 1881 Herbert Cree was living in the household of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley in 36 Lady Croft, Bolton on Dearne, Yorkshire, England, along with Hannah Cree and Harriet Cree. John was a coalminer. John and Rebecca's eldest daughter Mary was being brought up by his brother Joseph and Joseph's wife Mary.2

Herbert Cree was a miner in December 1899 in Bolton upon Dearne, Yorkshire, England.3

Herbert Cree married Annie Agnes Rudge, daughter of James Rudge, on 25 December 1899 in Bolton upon Dearne, Yorkshire. The ceremony was witnessed by Harriet Cree. William Alfred Rudge was also a witness. The marriage was by banns.4,3

His daughter Hilda Cree was born c February 1901 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.5

His mother Rebecca Beardsley died c August 1918 in Bridlington Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.6

His father John Cree died c February 1922 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.7

Herbert Cree died c May 1948 in Don Valley Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England. He was aged 75.8

Child of Herbert Cree and Annie Agnes Rudge

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 7B p 545.
  2. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, PRO Ref RG11/4687 f 45 p36.
  3. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish, Bolton upon Dearne, transcribed by Jack Parry; http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/Misc/Transcriptions/…
  4. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 9C p 1315.
  5. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 866.
  6. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 9D 403.
  7. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 9C 865.
  8. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 2B 412.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Annie Agnes Rudge

Female, CreeID#128, (1877 or 1878 - c May 1960)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Annie Agnes Rudge was born in 1877 or 1878 in Masbrough, Rotherham, Yorkshire, England.1 She was the daughter of James Rudge.

On 5 April 1891 Annie Agnes Rudge was living in 33 Mill Lane, Treeton, Yorkshire, England. She was aged 13 and was living with her step-father George Kyte, who was a coal miner, her mother and four siblings.2

In December 1899 Annie Agnes Rudge was living in Goldthorpe, Yorkshire, England.3

Annie Agnes Rudge married Herbert Cree, son of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley, on 25 December 1899 in Bolton upon Dearne, Yorkshire, England. The ceremony was witnessed by Harriet Cree. William Alfred Rudge was also a witness. The marriage was by banns.4,5

Her daughter Hilda Cree was born c February 1901 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.6

Her husband Herbert Cree died c May 1948 in Don Valley Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.7

Annie Agnes Rudge died c May 1960 in Don Valley Reg Dist, Yorkshire. She was aged 83.8

Child of Annie Agnes Rudge and Herbert Cree

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, from age at death, GRO 2B 416.
  2. [S344] UK Census 5 Apr 1891, p 10 f 113 as shown at http://www.treetonweb.co.uk/history/1891census.htm
  3. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish, Bolton upon Dearne. http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/Misc/Transcriptions/…
  4. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 9C p 1315.
  5. [S1] Parish Register, Bolton upon Dearne, transcribed by Jack Parry; http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/Misc/Transcriptions/…
  6. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 866.
  7. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 2B 412.
  8. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 2B 416.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Hilda Cree

Female, CreeID#129, (c February 1901 - c November 1954)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Hilda Cree was born c February 1901 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.1 She was the daughter of Herbert Cree and Annie Agnes Rudge.

Hilda Cree died c November 1954 in Don Valley Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England. She was unmarried and aged 54.2

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 9c p 866.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 2b 470.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Mary Cree

Female, CreeID#130, (c November 1874 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Mary Cree was also known as Polly. She was born c November 1874 in Staveley, Derbyshire, England.1,2 She was the daughter of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley.

Mary Cree accompanied John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley when they moved from Derbyshire to Bolton on Dearne, Yorkshire, England, c 1880.

On 3 April 1881 Mary Cree was living in the household of Joseph Cree and Mary Barnes in Spring Vale, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England, along with Hannah Elizabeth Cree. Joseph was a brass turner at an iron foundry. Mary was the eldest daughter of Joseph's brother John and his wife Rebecca.1

Mary Cree married Henry White c November 1897 in Ecclesall Bierlow Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.3

Family: Mary Cree and Henry White

References

  1. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, PRO Ref RG11/3434 f 52 p8.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 7b p 663, Chesterfield RD.
  3. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Vol 9c p 664.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Henry White

Male, CreeID#131
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Henry White was also known as Harry White. In fact this was his usual name.

Henry White married Mary Cree, daughter of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley, c November 1897 in Ecclesall Bierlow Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.1

Family: Henry White and Mary Cree

References

  1. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Vol 9c p 664.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Harriet Cree

Female, CreeID#132, (c February 1879 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Harriet Cree was born c February 1879 in Wingfield, Derbyshire, England.1,2 She was the daughter of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley.

Harriet Cree accompanied John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley when they moved from Derbyshire to Bolton on Dearne, Yorkshire, England, c 1880.

On 3 April 1881 Harriet Cree was living in the household of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley in 36 Lady Croft, Bolton on Dearne, Yorkshire, England, along with Herbert Cree and Hannah Cree. John was a coalminer. John and Rebecca's eldest daughter Mary was being brought up by his brother Joseph and Joseph's wife Mary.2 Harriet Cree was a witness at the marriage of Annie Agnes Rudge and Herbert Cree on 25 December 1899 in Bolton upon Dearne, Yorkshire, England; William Alfred Rudge was also a witness. The marriage was by banns.3,4

Harriet Cree married Fairwell Smithson c February 1900 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.5

Family: Harriet Cree and Fairwell Smithson

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 7B p 697, Chesterfield RD.
  2. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, PRO Ref RG11/4687 f 45 p36.
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 9C p 1315.
  4. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish, Bolton upon Dearne, transcribed by Jack Parry; http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/Misc/Transcriptions/…
  5. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 811.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Fairwell Smithson

Male, CreeID#133
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Fairwell Smithson married Harriet Cree, daughter of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley, c February 1900 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.1

Family: Fairwell Smithson and Harriet Cree

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 9c p 811.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Hannah Cree

Female, CreeID#134, (c February 1877 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Hannah Cree was born c February 1877 in Wingfield, Derbyshire, England.1,2 She was the daughter of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley.

Hannah Cree accompanied John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley when they moved from Derbyshire to Bolton on Dearne, Yorkshire, England, c 1880.

On 3 April 1881 Hannah Cree was living in the household of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley in 36 Lady Croft, Bolton on Dearne, Yorkshire, England, along with Herbert Cree and Harriet Cree. John was a coalminer. John and Rebecca's eldest daughter Mary was being brought up by his brother Joseph and Joseph's wife Mary.1

9 December 1894 Hannah Cree and John Cree were the witnesses to the marriage of Harry Monks and Kate Mycock at Bolton upon Dearne, Yorkshire, England.3

Hannah Cree married Tom Bennett c November 1911 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.4

Family: Hannah Cree and Tom Bennett

References

  1. [S164] UK Census 3 Apr 1881, PRO Ref RG11/4687 f 45 p36.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 7B p 702.
  3. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish, Bolton upon Dearne, transcribed by Jack Parry; http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/Misc/Transcriptions/…
  4. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 1500.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Tom Bennett

Male, CreeID#135
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Tom Bennett married Hannah Cree, daughter of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley, c November 1911 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.1

Family: Tom Bennett and Hannah Cree

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 9c p 1500.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Joseph Edwin Cree

Male, CreeID#136, (c February 1882 - c February 1960)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Joseph Edwin Cree was born c February 1882 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.1 He was the son of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley.

Joseph Edwin Cree married Lucy Eyre c November 1912 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.2

His son Joseph Raymond Cree was born on 27 December 1913 in Bolton on Dearne, Yorkshire, England.3,4

His mother Rebecca Beardsley died c August 1918 in Bridlington Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.5

His father John Cree died c February 1922 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.6

His wife Lucy Eyre died c February 1943 in Don Valley Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.7

Joseph Edwin Cree died c February 1960 in Don Valley Reg Dist, Yorkshire.8

Child of Joseph Edwin Cree and Lucy Eyre

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 9c p 681.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 1637.
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 1777 (March 1914 qtr).
  4. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Death Indexes GRO Vol 9 p 1178, Fenland RD.
  5. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 9D 403.
  6. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO 9C 865.
  7. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 909.
  8. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 2b p 524.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Lucy Eyre

Female, CreeID#137, (c February 1887 - c February 1943)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Lucy Eyre was born c February 1887 in Chesterfield Reg Dist, Derbyshire, England.1

Lucy Eyre married Joseph Edwin Cree, son of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley, c November 1912 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.2

Her son Joseph Raymond Cree was born on 27 December 1913 in Bolton on Dearne, Yorkshire, England.3,4

Lucy Eyre died c February 1943 in Don Valley Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England. She was aged 55.5

Child of Lucy Eyre and Joseph Edwin Cree

References

  1. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Vol 7b p 713.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 9c p 1637.
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 1777 (March 1914 qtr).
  4. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Death Indexes GRO Vol 9 p 1178, Fenland RD.
  5. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 909.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

William Cree

Male, CreeID#138, (c May 1884 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
William Cree was a postmaster in Bolton on Dearne, Yorkshire, England. He was born c May 1884 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.1 He was the son of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley.

William Cree married Eliza Trickett c August 1909 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.2

His son Thomas W Cree was born c February 1912 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.3

His son Edgar Cree was born c August 1914 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.4

His son Alfred Cree was born c August 1918 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.5

Children of William Cree and Eliza Trickett

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 9c p 721.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 1278.
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 1878.
  4. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 1856.
  5. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 1490.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Eliza Trickett

Female, CreeID#139, (c February 1892? - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Eliza Trickett was born c February 1892? In Rotherham Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.1

Eliza Trickett married William Cree, son of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley, c August 1909 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.2

Her son Thomas W Cree was born c February 1912 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.3

Her son Edgar Cree was born c August 1914 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.4

Her son Alfred Cree was born c August 1918 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.5

Children of Eliza Trickett and William Cree

References

  1. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Vol 9c p 666.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 9c p 1278.
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 1878.
  4. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 1856.
  5. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 1490.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Joseph Raymond Cree

Male, CreeID#140, (27 December 1913 - 1985)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Joseph Raymond Cree was born on 27 December 1913 in Bolton on Dearne, Yorkshire, England.1,2 He was the son of Joseph Edwin Cree and Lucy Eyre.

His mother Lucy Eyre died c February 1943 in Don Valley Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.3

His father Joseph Edwin Cree died c February 1960 in Don Valley Reg Dist, Yorkshire.4

Joseph Raymond Cree died in 1985 in Fenland Reg Dist, Lincolnshire, England. Unmarried.

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 9c p 1777 (March 1914 qtr).
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, Death Indexes GRO Vol 9 p 1178, Fenland RD.
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 909.
  4. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 2b p 524.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Alice Cree

Female, CreeID#141, (c February 1888 - c November 1919)
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Alice Cree was born c February 1888 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.1 She was the daughter of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley.

Alice Cree married William Morley c November 1914 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.2

Alice Cree died c November 1919 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.3

Family: Alice Cree and William Morley

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 9c p 695.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 1570.
  3. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Vol 9c p 2110.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

William Morley

Male, CreeID#142
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
William Morley married Alice Cree, daughter of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley, c November 1914 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.1

Family: William Morley and Alice Cree

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 9c p 1570.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Martha Annie Cree

Female, CreeID#143, (c August 1890 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Martha Annie Cree was also known as Pattie. She was born c August 1890 in Doncaster, Yorkshire, England.1 She was the daughter of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley.

Martha Annie Cree married George Harman c August 1917 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.2

Family: Martha Annie Cree and George Harman

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 9c p 721.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 1362.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

George Harman

Male, CreeID#144
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
George Harman was a Stationmaster.

George Harman married Martha Annie Cree, daughter of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley, c August 1917 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.1

Family: George Harman and Martha Annie Cree

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 9c p 1362.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

John Cree

Male, CreeID#145, (c 3 April 1893 - )
ChartsLine 1. The Bolsover line
Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
John Cree was also known as Jack. He was born c 3 April 1893 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.1 He was the son of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley.

9 December 1894 John Cree and Hannah Cree were the witnesses to the marriage of Harry Monks and Kate Mycock at Bolton upon Dearne, Yorkshire, England.2

John Cree married Florrie Scorah c August 1919 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.3

His daughter Joan Cree was born in 1922 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.4

Child of John Cree and Florrie Scorah

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 9c p 783.
  2. [S1] Parish Register of the relevant parish, Bolton upon Dearne, transcribed by Jack Parry; http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/YKS/Misc/Transcriptions/…
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 1629.
  4. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 1483.
Last edited15 Sep 2019

Florrie Scorah

Female, CreeID#146, (c May 1895 - c August 1965)
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Mini-chart 30 Sutton cum Duckmanton
Florrie Scorah was born c May 1895 in Rotherham Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.1

Florrie Scorah married John Cree, son of John Cree and Rebecca Beardsley, c August 1919 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.2

Her daughter Joan Cree was born in 1922 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire.3

Florrie Scorah died c August 1965 in Totnes Reg Dist, Devon, England. She was aged 70.4

Child of Florrie Scorah and John Cree

References

  1. [S289] Website Free BMD (http://www.freebmd.org.uk), GRO Vol 9c p756.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 9c p 1629.
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 1483.
  4. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 7a p 793.
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Thomas W Cree

Male, CreeID#147, (c February 1912 - c May 1913)
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Thomas W Cree was born c February 1912 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.1 He was the son of William Cree and Eliza Trickett.

Thomas W Cree died c May 1913 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire. He is shown as aged one year.2

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 9c p 1878.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 910.
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Edgar Cree

Male, CreeID#148, (c August 1914 - 2002)
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[Transferr to a biog.]

Dr Edgar Cree, who died last week in Durban, was a well-known conductor and broadcaster in South Africa in the years between the second world war and the early 1990s.

Born in Sheffield, England, in 1914, he was only 14 years old when he first conducted as a pupil at Oundle School. He ran away from school to audition for the post of assistant organist at Peterborough Cathedral and, although his father took him back to school, the cathedral kept the job for him and he became the youngest cathedral organist in Britain. Later, he became an organ scholar at Kings College, Cambridge and then trained at the Royal College of Music under Ralph Vaughan Williams.

During the war, Edgar Cree joined the RAF and served as a pilot with Coastal Command. He came to South Africa in 1946 when he joined the SABC as the conductor of their symphony orchestra, a position he held for 28 years. He was also the founder of the Symphony Choir of Johannesburg.

Known as a gifted raconteur, he had his own radio programme for many years and in 1975, he was given the first honorary doctorate in music awarded by the University of Natal. He also conducted in England and Europe and during his retirement, continued to be in demand as a guest conductor of various orchestras including the then Natal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Edgar Cree leaves two daughters – Margaret von Klemperer.1 Edgar Cree was born c August 1914 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.2 He was the son of William Cree and Eliza Trickett.

Edgar Cree married Beryl (---).

Edgar Cree died in 2002.

Family: Edgar Cree and Beryl (---)

References

  1. [S419] Website, University of Cape Town Libraries: Special Collections (Manuscripts and Archives)
    https://atom.lib.uct.ac.za/index.php/edgar-cree-papers
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 9c p 1856.
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Beryl (---)

Female, CreeID#149
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Beryl (---) married Edgar Cree, son of William Cree and Eliza Trickett.

Family: Beryl (---) and Edgar Cree

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Alfred Cree

Male, CreeID#150, (c August 1918 - 1963)
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Alfred Cree was born c August 1918 in Doncaster Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England.1 He was the son of William Cree and Eliza Trickett.

Alfred Cree married Doris Senior c February 1942 in Sheffield, Yorkshire, England.2

Alfred Cree died in 1963 in Don Valley Reg Dist, Yorkshire, England. He was aged 44.3

Family: Alfred Cree and Doris Senior

References

  1. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree - 150 years of Cree Births, Marriages and Deaths (25 Roman Road, Steyning, W Sussex BN44 3FN: priv., 1989), Volume 1 England and Wales, GRO Vol 9c p 1490.
  2. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 9c p 2087, Don Valley RD.
  3. [S11] Trevor Cree, Cree Vol 1, GRO Vol 2b p 645.
Last edited15 Sep 2019