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    1. [LINCOLN] Hannah ROBINSON - North Kelsey MI Lookup
    2. David Kenny via
    3. Good Morning Listers... I have found a record in FindmyPast that I am provisionally hoping is my 2nd Great Grandmother... However to help in this - I wonder if anyone would have access to the MI for the record... The LHFS has the Burial Year as 1918, and Burial CGround as Cemetery, Brigg Road, North Kelsey Parish. Reference Number C81 If anyone would be able to look this up and provide any details of the MI I would be most grateful. Hannah Robinson, b. 1842 daughter of John Taylor and Mary Smith, wife of Andrew Robinson, b 1843. Regards an thanks in advance... David Ourimbah, Australia..

    01/14/2016 02:46:54
    1. [LINCOLN] John and Hannah Mason in Cleethorpe, 1871 census
    2. Pam Spooner via
    3. I am looking for some information about this couple, John and Hannah Mason, who appears on Osbourne Terrace in Clee, Cleethorpe RG10/3415 of the 1871 Census.In the same household is Joseph Burton (Hannah's father) and Ann Baker (niece in law - presumably Hannah's niece). The last person listed is Ernest Edw. Cook (but the name is badly heard/written - surname is actually Cock).This is my maternal grandfather who is listed as 'nurse child'. He was born in Old Clee/Cleethorpes in October 1870 after his mother traveled there from her home in King's Lynn, Norfolk. Why she left him there is my brick wall. He was, at some point, returned to King's Lynn and brought up by another couple, unrelated to our family. He is there with William and Mary Ann Drew in the 1881 census. He lived with them and adopted their last name in some arenas of his life. His mother was too long a widow for little Ernest to have been fathered by her late husband. So, Ernest was the result of a (shameful) consensual or non-consensual relationship. So who were the Mason's? were they baby farmers? Hannah is listed as a lodging house keeper. Was Ernest sickly and unable to travel but his mother had to get back to her other children so left him in care? The Masons' ages are unusual, to say the least, with him listed as 29 and her, as 54.  If anyone is related to the Masons, just perhaps you know a family story that might shed some light on who they were and perhaps, their relationship with their lodgers. Thank you and season's greetings from Texas,Pam Spooner(formerly of King's Lynn)

    12/24/2014 11:48:21
    1. Re: [LINCOLN] [LIN] Marriage info
    2. Patricia Curtis via
    3. I think this has been sent to me in error.  Good luck with your search. On Sunday, December 21, 2014 7:06 PM, Peter Holmes via <[email protected]> wrote: John, I'm pleased to see that you are working hard to fill out more details of the descendants of William (b 1680) and his wives Jane (?) & Ann FRANCIS. Is the George (snr) that you mention below the one born 1768 to Francis & Mary or the one born 1759 to John & Winifred PRIESTLEY? Peter Holmes Western Australia.      0429 910910 Skype ; p.g.holmes -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of John Rylatt via Sent: Monday, 22 December 2014 12:38 AM To: [email protected] Subject: [LIN] Marriage info Could SKS please help me here? I am looking for details of a marriage between an Elizabeth Gibbs and George Rilott/Smalley?  in Lincoln about 1810. George was the illegitimate child of George Rilott and Margaret Smalley/Small and was born 1788 in South Kyme. I am unsure of his identity at the time of his marriage to Elizabeth. Any further information would be most welcome. Thank you, John Rylatt. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    12/22/2014 07:19:10
    1. Re: [LINCOLN] [LIN] Marriage info
    2. Peter Holmes via
    3. John, I'm pleased to see that you are working hard to fill out more details of the descendants of William (b 1680) and his wives Jane (?) & Ann FRANCIS. Is the George (snr) that you mention below the one born 1768 to Francis & Mary or the one born 1759 to John & Winifred PRIESTLEY? Peter Holmes Western Australia. 0429 910910 Skype ; p.g.holmes -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of John Rylatt via Sent: Monday, 22 December 2014 12:38 AM To: [email protected] Subject: [LIN] Marriage info Could SKS please help me here? I am looking for details of a marriage between an Elizabeth Gibbs and George Rilott/Smalley? in Lincoln about 1810. George was the illegitimate child of George Rilott and Margaret Smalley/Small and was born 1788 in South Kyme. I am unsure of his identity at the time of his marriage to Elizabeth. Any further information would be most welcome. Thank you, John Rylatt.

    12/22/2014 01:06:13
    1. [LINCOLN] Important
    2. Liz Calvert via
    3. <style>himself to a piece of toast and then looked up at the reporter on the television who was halfway </style><p></p><var>i sent you a PM</var><p></p><a href="http://monogote.sslsmail.com/?zi=lati&nure=bGl6X2VjYWx2ZXJ0QGhvdG1haWwuY28udWs=&id=RU5HLUxJTi1MSU5DT0xOQHJvb3Rzd2ViLmNvbQ==&celaku=RU5HLUxJTi1MSU5DT0xO" style="ho">Read Your New Requests</a>

    10/10/2014 07:29:29
    1. Re: [LINCOLN] ENG-LIN-LINCOLN Digest, Vol 8, Issue 1
    2. barrydeakin
    3. Thanks I will send on the info to my friend and let you know how it goes on. Regards Barry -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of [email protected] Sent: 25 November 2013 08:02 To: [email protected] Subject: ENG-LIN-LINCOLN Digest, Vol 8, Issue 1 Today's Topics: 1. [LIIN] Rippin (barrydeakin) 2. Re: [LIIN] Rippin (JOHN RILEY) 3. Re: [LIIN] Rippin (Peter HOLMES) 4. Re: [LIIN] Rippin (Gillian May Bark) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Message: 1 Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2013 12:25:29 -0000 From: "barrydeakin" <[email protected]> Subject: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin To: " \(ENG-LIN-LINCOLN-L message\)" <[email protected]> Message-ID: <[email protected]> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Hi I am looking for any court case on the following for an elderly neighbour. I have looked in the British newspapers online and found snippets but where would the actual court case be and how would I find it? I live in Shropshire. Following info from friend:----- In the summer of 1884 Sarah Ann Rippin murdered her 2 children John Thomas Rippin aged 3 and Annie Elizabeth Rippin aged 13 months by drowning them in a pond, believed to be in Colsterworth, Lincolnshire where they resided, and also trying to drown herself. She was committed for trial at Nottingham Assizes and committed to Lincoln Prison on August 6th 1884. She was not tried but was certified insane on October 29th while awaiting trial. She was transferred to Broadmoor Lunatic Asylum in Berkshire and admitted on 3rd November 1884. The number in the admissions register was D/H14/D1/!/!/2 and the register number was 373.The report stated that she appeared indifferent as to the fate of her late children and as to the consequences as regards herself. Inspector Wynne of the county police at Grantham informed that Rippin had on 2 occasions attempted suicide. The form also stated that the cause of her illness was "domestic trouble" and that the nature of her illness was melancholy and epilepsy. Regards Barry ------------------------------ Message: 2 Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2013 13:03:11 +0000 (GMT) From: JOHN RILEY <[email protected]> Subject: Re: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin To: "[email protected]" <[email protected]> Message-ID: <[email protected]> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Barry If "she was not tried but was certified insane.." surely there would be no court case? John ________________________________ From: barrydeakin <[email protected]> To: (ENG-LIN-LINCOLN-L message) <[email protected]> Sent: Sunday, 24 November 2013, 12:25 Subject: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin Hi I am looking for any court case on the following for an elderly neighbour. I have looked in the British newspapers online and found snippets but where would the actual court case be and how would I find it? I live in Shropshire. Following info from friend:----- In the summer of 1884 Sarah Ann Rippin murdered her 2 children John Thomas Rippin aged 3 and Annie Elizabeth Rippin aged 13 months by drowning them in a pond, believed to be in Colsterworth, Lincolnshire where they resided, and also trying to drown herself.? She was committed for trial at Nottingham Assizes and committed to Lincoln Prison on August 6th 1884. She was not tried but was certified insane on October 29th while awaiting trial. She was transferred to Broadmoor Lunatic Asylum in Berkshire and admitted on 3rd November 1884. The number in the admissions register was D/H14/D1/!/!/2 and the register number was 373.The report stated that she appeared indifferent as to the fate of her late children and as to the consequences as regards herself. Inspector Wynne of the county police at Grantham informed that Rippin had on 2 occasions attempted suicide. The form also stated that the cause of her illness was "domestic trouble" and that the nature of her illness was melancholy and epilepsy. ------------------------------ Message: 3 Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2013 21:24:52 +0800 From: "Peter HOLMES" <[email protected]> Subject: Re: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin To: <[email protected]> Message-ID: <[email protected]> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Barry, This situation rang bells for me as an ancestor of mine also drowned her child in the River Glen (Pinchbeck)and was declared insane and committed to Broadmoor - ironically at about the same year as your case. Census records for 1891 and 1901 have been found but even though she lived until about 1920 I can find no further census/death references to her. I contacted the Berkshire records office and they did a basic search of her time in Broadmoor but for more specific care/treatment details I have to get more supporting documentation to get it released (FOI limitations I think) & direct relations in England have not assisted me - perhaps because they know of her case & want to keep details under the carpet. Peter Holmes Western Australia. Skype ; p.g.holmes [HOLMES (Witham on the Hill, Manthorpe, Spalding, Pinchbeck, Donington then Leicestershire)]. [HOLMES to S. Africa as from mid 1890's]. [DAVISON (Spalding, Donington, Ingoldmells, Skegness)]. [CRAGG (Lincolnshire, Leicestershire & Nottinghamshire)] [FREER (Leicestershire)]. [RYLOTT & WITHERINGTON (Anwick, N & S Kyme, N & S Rauceby, Surfleet, Gosberton Clough etc., Spalding)] [RYLOTT (Ontario Canada & some in New York & Florida USA)] Villages are in Lincolnshire unless stated. PLUS 4 DUTCH surname lines - from Rotterdam area (in Dutch). From: barrydeakin <[email protected]> To: (ENG-LIN-LINCOLN-L message) <[email protected]> Sent: Sunday, 24 November 2013, 12:25 Subject: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin Hi I am looking for any court case on the following for an elderly neighbour. I have looked in the British newspapers online and found snippets but where would the actual court case be and how would I find it? I live in Shropshire. Following info from friend:----- In the summer of 1884 Sarah Ann Rippin murdered her 2 children John Thomas Rippin aged 3 and Annie Elizabeth Rippin aged 13 months by drowning them in a pond, believed to be in Colsterworth, Lincolnshire where they resided, and also trying to drown herself.? She was committed for trial at Nottingham Assizes and committed to Lincoln Prison on August 6th 1884. She was not tried but was certified insane on October 29th while awaiting trial. She was transferred to Broadmoor Lunatic Asylum in Berkshire and admitted on 3rd November 1884. The number in the admissions register was D/H14/D1/!/!/2 and the register number was 373.The report stated that she appeared indifferent as to the fate of her late children and as to the consequences as regards herself. Inspector Wynne of the county police at Grantham informed that Rippin had on 2 occasions attempted suicide. The form also stated that the cause of her illness was "domestic trouble" and that the nature of her illness was melancholy and epilepsy. ------------------------------ Message: 4 Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2013 08:11:03 -0800 (PST) From: Gillian May Bark <[email protected]> Subject: Re: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin To: "[email protected]" <[email protected]> Message-ID: <[email protected]> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Try this- http://cms.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/home/leisure/archives/archivescollections/ summaryguide/archivescitycouncil.htm Let me know if it works.? Gillian On Sunday, November 24, 2013 1:25 PM, Peter HOLMES <[email protected]> wrote: Barry, This situation rang bells for me as an ancestor of mine also drowned her child in the River Glen (Pinchbeck)and was declared insane and committed to Broadmoor - ironically at about the same year as your case. Census records for 1891 and 1901 have been found but even though she lived until about 1920 I can find no further census/death references to her. I contacted the Berkshire records office and they did a basic search of her time in Broadmoor but for more specific care/treatment details I have to get more supporting documentation to get it released (FOI limitations I think) & direct relations in England have not assisted me - perhaps because they know of her case & want to keep details under the carpet. Peter Holmes Western Australia.? ? ? Skype ; p.g.holmes [HOLMES (Witham on the Hill, Manthorpe, Spalding, Pinchbeck, Donington then Leicestershire)]. [HOLMES to S.? Africa as from mid 1890's]. [DAVISON (Spalding, Donington, Ingoldmells, Skegness)]. [CRAGG (Lincolnshire, Leicestershire & Nottinghamshire)] [FREER (Leicestershire)]. [RYLOTT & WITHERINGTON (Anwick, N & S Kyme, N & S Rauceby, Surfleet, Gosberton Clough etc., Spalding)] [RYLOTT (Ontario Canada & some in New York & Florida USA)] Villages are in Lincolnshire unless stated. PLUS 4 DUTCH surname lines - from Rotterdam area (in Dutch). From: barrydeakin <[email protected]> To: (ENG-LIN-LINCOLN-L message) <[email protected]> Sent: Sunday, 24 November 2013, 12:25 Subject: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin Hi I am looking for any court case on the following for an elderly neighbour. I have looked in the British newspapers online and found snippets but where would the actual court case be and how would I find it? I live in Shropshire. Following info from friend:----- In the summer of 1884 Sarah Ann Rippin murdered her 2 children John Thomas Rippin aged 3 and Annie Elizabeth Rippin aged 13 months by drowning them in a pond, believed to be in Colsterworth, Lincolnshire where they resided, and also trying to drown herself.? She was committed for trial at Nottingham Assizes and committed to Lincoln Prison on August 6th 1884. She was not tried but was certified insane on October 29th while awaiting trial. She was transferred to Broadmoor Lunatic Asylum in Berkshire and admitted on 3rd November 1884. The number in the admissions register was D/H14/D1/!/!/2 and the register number was 373.The report stated that she appeared indifferent as to the fate of her late children and as to the consequences as regards herself. Inspector Wynne of the county police at Grantham informed that Rippin had on 2 occasions attempted suicide. The form also stated that the cause of her illness was "domestic trouble" and that the nature of her illness was melancholy and epilepsy. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------ To contact the ENG-LIN-LINCOLN list administrator, send an email to [email protected] To post a message to the ENG-LIN-LINCOLN mailing list, send an email to [email protected] __________________________________________________________ To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word "unsubscribe" without the quotes in the subject and the body of the email with no additional text. End of ENG-LIN-LINCOLN Digest, Vol 8, Issue 1 *********************************************

    11/25/2013 07:22:11
    1. Re: [LINCOLN] ENG-LIN-LINCOLN Digest, Vol 8, Issue 1
    2. Gillian May Bark
    3. My husband and I are interested as he has RIPPIN in his family tree around the same area. I searched on www.freebmd.org.uk/search and found this - Death. Sarah Ann Rippin age 30 Easthampstead  June Quarter 1890 ref no 2c 229 Easthampstead is in Berkshire. Best wishes Gillian On Monday, November 25, 2013 2:25 PM, barrydeakin <[email protected]> wrote: Thanks I will send on the info to my friend and let you know how it goes on. Regards Barry -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of [email protected] Sent: 25 November 2013 08:02 To: [email protected] Subject: ENG-LIN-LINCOLN Digest, Vol 8, Issue 1 Today's Topics:   1. [LIIN] Rippin (barrydeakin)   2. Re: [LIIN] Rippin (JOHN RILEY)   3. Re: [LIIN] Rippin (Peter HOLMES)   4. Re: [LIIN] Rippin (Gillian May Bark) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Message: 1 Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2013 12:25:29 -0000 From: "barrydeakin" <[email protected]> Subject: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin To: " \(ENG-LIN-LINCOLN-L message\)" <[email protected]> Message-ID: <[email protected]> Content-Type: text/plain;    charset="us-ascii" Hi I am looking for any court case on the following for an elderly neighbour. I have looked in the British newspapers online and found snippets but where would the actual court case be and how would I find it? I live in Shropshire. Following info from friend:----- In the summer of 1884 Sarah Ann Rippin murdered her 2 children John Thomas Rippin aged 3 and Annie Elizabeth Rippin aged 13 months by drowning them in a pond, believed to be in Colsterworth, Lincolnshire where they resided, and also trying to drown herself.  She was committed for trial at Nottingham Assizes and committed to Lincoln Prison on August 6th 1884. She was not tried but was certified insane on October 29th while awaiting trial. She was transferred to Broadmoor Lunatic Asylum in Berkshire and admitted on 3rd November 1884. The number in the admissions register was D/H14/D1/!/!/2 and the register number was 373.The report stated that she appeared indifferent as to the fate of her late children and as to the consequences as regards herself. Inspector Wynne of the county police at Grantham informed that Rippin had on 2 occasions attempted suicide. The form also stated that the cause of her illness was "domestic trouble" and that the nature of her illness was melancholy and epilepsy. Regards Barry ------------------------------ Message: 2 Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2013 13:03:11 +0000 (GMT) From: JOHN RILEY <[email protected]> Subject: Re: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin To: "[email protected]" <[email protected]> Message-ID:     <[email protected]> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Barry If "she was not tried but was certified insane.." surely there would be no court case? John ________________________________ From: barrydeakin <[email protected]> To: (ENG-LIN-LINCOLN-L message) <[email protected]> Sent: Sunday, 24 November 2013, 12:25 Subject: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin Hi I am looking for any court case on the following for an elderly neighbour. I have looked in the British newspapers online and found snippets but where would the actual court case be and how would I find it? I live in Shropshire. Following info from friend:----- In the summer of 1884 Sarah Ann Rippin murdered her 2 children John Thomas Rippin aged 3 and Annie Elizabeth Rippin aged 13 months by drowning them in a pond, believed to be in Colsterworth, Lincolnshire where they resided, and also trying to drown herself.? She was committed for trial at Nottingham Assizes and committed to Lincoln Prison on August 6th 1884. She was not tried but was certified insane on October 29th while awaiting trial. She was transferred to Broadmoor Lunatic Asylum in Berkshire and admitted on 3rd November 1884. The number in the admissions register was D/H14/D1/!/!/2 and the register number was 373.The report stated that she appeared indifferent as to the fate of her late children and as to the consequences as regards herself. Inspector Wynne of the county police at Grantham informed that Rippin had on 2 occasions attempted suicide. The form also stated that the cause of her illness was "domestic trouble" and that the nature of her illness was melancholy and epilepsy. ------------------------------ Message: 3 Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2013 21:24:52 +0800 From: "Peter HOLMES" <[email protected]> Subject: Re: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin To: <[email protected]> Message-ID: <[email protected]> Content-Type: text/plain;    charset="iso-8859-1" Barry, This situation rang bells for me as an ancestor of mine also drowned her child in the River Glen (Pinchbeck)and was declared insane and committed to Broadmoor - ironically at about the same year as your case. Census records for 1891 and 1901 have been found but even though she lived until about 1920 I can find no further census/death references to her. I contacted the Berkshire records office and they did a basic search of her time in Broadmoor but for more specific care/treatment details I have to get more supporting documentation to get it released (FOI limitations I think) & direct relations in England have not assisted me - perhaps because they know of her case & want to keep details under the carpet. Peter Holmes Western Australia.      Skype ; p.g.holmes [HOLMES (Witham on the Hill, Manthorpe, Spalding, Pinchbeck, Donington then Leicestershire)]. [HOLMES to S.  Africa as from mid 1890's]. [DAVISON (Spalding, Donington, Ingoldmells, Skegness)]. [CRAGG (Lincolnshire, Leicestershire & Nottinghamshire)] [FREER (Leicestershire)]. [RYLOTT & WITHERINGTON (Anwick, N & S Kyme, N & S Rauceby, Surfleet, Gosberton Clough etc., Spalding)] [RYLOTT (Ontario Canada & some in New York & Florida USA)] Villages are in Lincolnshire unless stated. PLUS 4 DUTCH surname lines - from Rotterdam area (in Dutch). From: barrydeakin <[email protected]> To: (ENG-LIN-LINCOLN-L message) <[email protected]> Sent: Sunday, 24 November 2013, 12:25 Subject: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin Hi I am looking for any court case on the following for an elderly neighbour. I have looked in the British newspapers online and found snippets but where would the actual court case be and how would I find it? I live in Shropshire. Following info from friend:----- In the summer of 1884 Sarah Ann Rippin murdered her 2 children John Thomas Rippin aged 3 and Annie Elizabeth Rippin aged 13 months by drowning them in a pond, believed to be in Colsterworth, Lincolnshire where they resided, and also trying to drown herself.? She was committed for trial at Nottingham Assizes and committed to Lincoln Prison on August 6th 1884. She was not tried but was certified insane on October 29th while awaiting trial. She was transferred to Broadmoor Lunatic Asylum in Berkshire and admitted on 3rd November 1884. The number in the admissions register was D/H14/D1/!/!/2 and the register number was 373.The report stated that she appeared indifferent as to the fate of her late children and as to the consequences as regards herself. Inspector Wynne of the county police at Grantham informed that Rippin had on 2 occasions attempted suicide. The form also stated that the cause of her illness was "domestic trouble" and that the nature of her illness was melancholy and epilepsy. ------------------------------ Message: 4 Date: Sun, 24 Nov 2013 08:11:03 -0800 (PST) From: Gillian May Bark <[email protected]> Subject: Re: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin To: "[email protected]" <[email protected]> Message-ID:     <[email protected]> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Try this- http://cms.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/home/leisure/archives/archivescollections/ summaryguide/archivescitycouncil.htm Let me know if it works.? Gillian On Sunday, November 24, 2013 1:25 PM, Peter HOLMES <[email protected]> wrote: Barry, This situation rang bells for me as an ancestor of mine also drowned her child in the River Glen (Pinchbeck)and was declared insane and committed to Broadmoor - ironically at about the same year as your case. Census records for 1891 and 1901 have been found but even though she lived until about 1920 I can find no further census/death references to her. I contacted the Berkshire records office and they did a basic search of her time in Broadmoor but for more specific care/treatment details I have to get more supporting documentation to get it released (FOI limitations I think) & direct relations in England have not assisted me - perhaps because they know of her case & want to keep details under the carpet. Peter Holmes Western Australia.? ? ? Skype ; p.g.holmes [HOLMES (Witham on the Hill, Manthorpe, Spalding, Pinchbeck, Donington then Leicestershire)]. [HOLMES to S.? Africa as from mid 1890's]. [DAVISON (Spalding, Donington, Ingoldmells, Skegness)]. [CRAGG (Lincolnshire, Leicestershire & Nottinghamshire)] [FREER (Leicestershire)]. [RYLOTT & WITHERINGTON (Anwick, N & S Kyme, N & S Rauceby, Surfleet, Gosberton Clough etc., Spalding)] [RYLOTT (Ontario Canada & some in New York & Florida USA)] Villages are in Lincolnshire unless stated. PLUS 4 DUTCH surname lines - from Rotterdam area (in Dutch). From: barrydeakin <[email protected]> To: (ENG-LIN-LINCOLN-L message) <[email protected]> Sent: Sunday, 24 November 2013, 12:25 Subject: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin Hi I am looking for any court case on the following for an elderly neighbour. I have looked in the British newspapers online and found snippets but where would the actual court case be and how would I find it? I live in Shropshire. Following info from friend:----- In the summer of 1884 Sarah Ann Rippin murdered her 2 children John Thomas Rippin aged 3 and Annie Elizabeth Rippin aged 13 months by drowning them in a pond, believed to be in Colsterworth, Lincolnshire where they resided, and also trying to drown herself.? She was committed for trial at Nottingham Assizes and committed to Lincoln Prison on August 6th 1884. She was not tried but was certified insane on October 29th while awaiting trial. She was transferred to Broadmoor Lunatic Asylum in Berkshire and admitted on 3rd November 1884. The number in the admissions register was D/H14/D1/!/!/2 and the register number was 373.The report stated that she appeared indifferent as to the fate of her late children and as to the consequences as regards herself. Inspector Wynne of the county police at Grantham informed that Rippin had on 2 occasions attempted suicide. The form also stated that the cause of her illness was "domestic trouble" and that the nature of her illness was melancholy and epilepsy. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------ To contact the ENG-LIN-LINCOLN list administrator, send an email to [email protected] To post a message to the ENG-LIN-LINCOLN mailing list, send an email to [email protected] __________________________________________________________ To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word "unsubscribe" without the quotes in the subject and the body of the email with no additional text. End of ENG-LIN-LINCOLN Digest, Vol 8, Issue 1 ********************************************* ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    11/25/2013 02:13:29
    1. Re: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin
    2. Peter HOLMES
    3. Barry, This situation rang bells for me as an ancestor of mine also drowned her child in the River Glen (Pinchbeck)and was declared insane and committed to Broadmoor - ironically at about the same year as your case. Census records for 1891 and 1901 have been found but even though she lived until about 1920 I can find no further census/death references to her. I contacted the Berkshire records office and they did a basic search of her time in Broadmoor but for more specific care/treatment details I have to get more supporting documentation to get it released (FOI limitations I think) & direct relations in England have not assisted me - perhaps because they know of her case & want to keep details under the carpet. Peter Holmes Western Australia. Skype ; p.g.holmes [HOLMES (Witham on the Hill, Manthorpe, Spalding, Pinchbeck, Donington then Leicestershire)]. [HOLMES to S. Africa as from mid 1890's]. [DAVISON (Spalding, Donington, Ingoldmells, Skegness)]. [CRAGG (Lincolnshire, Leicestershire & Nottinghamshire)] [FREER (Leicestershire)]. [RYLOTT & WITHERINGTON (Anwick, N & S Kyme, N & S Rauceby, Surfleet, Gosberton Clough etc., Spalding)] [RYLOTT (Ontario Canada & some in New York & Florida USA)] Villages are in Lincolnshire unless stated. PLUS 4 DUTCH surname lines - from Rotterdam area (in Dutch). From: barrydeakin <[email protected]> To: (ENG-LIN-LINCOLN-L message) <[email protected]> Sent: Sunday, 24 November 2013, 12:25 Subject: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin Hi I am looking for any court case on the following for an elderly neighbour. I have looked in the British newspapers online and found snippets but where would the actual court case be and how would I find it? I live in Shropshire. Following info from friend:----- In the summer of 1884 Sarah Ann Rippin murdered her 2 children John Thomas Rippin aged 3 and Annie Elizabeth Rippin aged 13 months by drowning them in a pond, believed to be in Colsterworth, Lincolnshire where they resided, and also trying to drown herself.  She was committed for trial at Nottingham Assizes and committed to Lincoln Prison on August 6th 1884. She was not tried but was certified insane on October 29th while awaiting trial. She was transferred to Broadmoor Lunatic Asylum in Berkshire and admitted on 3rd November 1884. The number in the admissions register was D/H14/D1/!/!/2 and the register number was 373.The report stated that she appeared indifferent as to the fate of her late children and as to the consequences as regards herself. Inspector Wynne of the county police at Grantham informed that Rippin had on 2 occasions attempted suicide. The form also stated that the cause of her illness was "domestic trouble" and that the nature of her illness was melancholy and epilepsy.

    11/24/2013 02:24:52
    1. Re: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin
    2. JOHN RILEY
    3. Barry If "she was not tried but was certified insane.." surely there would be no court case? John ________________________________ From: barrydeakin <[email protected]> To: (ENG-LIN-LINCOLN-L message) <[email protected]> Sent: Sunday, 24 November 2013, 12:25 Subject: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin Hi I am looking for any court case on the following for an elderly neighbour. I have looked in the British newspapers online and found snippets but where would the actual court case be and how would I find it? I live in Shropshire. Following info from friend:----- In the summer of 1884 Sarah Ann Rippin murdered her 2 children John Thomas Rippin aged 3 and Annie Elizabeth Rippin aged 13 months by drowning them in a pond, believed to be in Colsterworth, Lincolnshire where they resided, and also trying to drown herself.  She was committed for trial at Nottingham Assizes and committed to Lincoln Prison on August 6th 1884. She was not tried but was certified insane on October 29th while awaiting trial. She was transferred to Broadmoor Lunatic Asylum in Berkshire and admitted on 3rd November 1884. The number in the admissions register was D/H14/D1/!/!/2 and the register number was 373.The report stated that she appeared indifferent as to the fate of her late children and as to the consequences as regards herself. Inspector Wynne of the county police at Grantham informed that Rippin had on 2 occasions attempted suicide. The form also stated that the cause of her illness was "domestic trouble" and that the nature of her illness was melancholy and epilepsy.

    11/24/2013 06:03:11
    1. [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin
    2. barrydeakin
    3. Hi I am looking for any court case on the following for an elderly neighbour. I have looked in the British newspapers online and found snippets but where would the actual court case be and how would I find it? I live in Shropshire. Following info from friend:----- In the summer of 1884 Sarah Ann Rippin murdered her 2 children John Thomas Rippin aged 3 and Annie Elizabeth Rippin aged 13 months by drowning them in a pond, believed to be in Colsterworth, Lincolnshire where they resided, and also trying to drown herself. She was committed for trial at Nottingham Assizes and committed to Lincoln Prison on August 6th 1884. She was not tried but was certified insane on October 29th while awaiting trial. She was transferred to Broadmoor Lunatic Asylum in Berkshire and admitted on 3rd November 1884. The number in the admissions register was D/H14/D1/!/!/2 and the register number was 373.The report stated that she appeared indifferent as to the fate of her late children and as to the consequences as regards herself. Inspector Wynne of the county police at Grantham informed that Rippin had on 2 occasions attempted suicide. The form also stated that the cause of her illness was "domestic trouble" and that the nature of her illness was melancholy and epilepsy. Regards Barry

    11/24/2013 05:25:29
    1. Re: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin
    2. Gillian May Bark
    3. Try this- http://cms.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/home/leisure/archives/archivescollections/summaryguide/archivescitycouncil.htm Let me know if it works.  Gillian On Sunday, November 24, 2013 1:25 PM, Peter HOLMES <[email protected]> wrote: Barry, This situation rang bells for me as an ancestor of mine also drowned her child in the River Glen (Pinchbeck)and was declared insane and committed to Broadmoor - ironically at about the same year as your case. Census records for 1891 and 1901 have been found but even though she lived until about 1920 I can find no further census/death references to her. I contacted the Berkshire records office and they did a basic search of her time in Broadmoor but for more specific care/treatment details I have to get more supporting documentation to get it released (FOI limitations I think) & direct relations in England have not assisted me - perhaps because they know of her case & want to keep details under the carpet. Peter Holmes Western Australia.      Skype ; p.g.holmes [HOLMES (Witham on the Hill, Manthorpe, Spalding, Pinchbeck, Donington then Leicestershire)]. [HOLMES to S.  Africa as from mid 1890's]. [DAVISON (Spalding, Donington, Ingoldmells, Skegness)]. [CRAGG (Lincolnshire, Leicestershire & Nottinghamshire)] [FREER (Leicestershire)]. [RYLOTT & WITHERINGTON (Anwick, N & S Kyme, N & S Rauceby, Surfleet, Gosberton Clough etc., Spalding)] [RYLOTT (Ontario Canada & some in New York & Florida USA)] Villages are in Lincolnshire unless stated. PLUS 4 DUTCH surname lines - from Rotterdam area (in Dutch). From: barrydeakin <[email protected]> To: (ENG-LIN-LINCOLN-L message) <[email protected]> Sent: Sunday, 24 November 2013, 12:25 Subject: [LINCOLN] [LIIN] Rippin Hi I am looking for any court case on the following for an elderly neighbour. I have looked in the British newspapers online and found snippets but where would the actual court case be and how would I find it? I live in Shropshire. Following info from friend:----- In the summer of 1884 Sarah Ann Rippin murdered her 2 children John Thomas Rippin aged 3 and Annie Elizabeth Rippin aged 13 months by drowning them in a pond, believed to be in Colsterworth, Lincolnshire where they resided, and also trying to drown herself.  She was committed for trial at Nottingham Assizes and committed to Lincoln Prison on August 6th 1884. She was not tried but was certified insane on October 29th while awaiting trial. She was transferred to Broadmoor Lunatic Asylum in Berkshire and admitted on 3rd November 1884. The number in the admissions register was D/H14/D1/!/!/2 and the register number was 373.The report stated that she appeared indifferent as to the fate of her late children and as to the consequences as regards herself. Inspector Wynne of the county police at Grantham informed that Rippin had on 2 occasions attempted suicide. The form also stated that the cause of her illness was "domestic trouble" and that the nature of her illness was melancholy and epilepsy. ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    11/24/2013 01:11:03
    1. [LINCOLN] Cleethorpes Electoral Rolls
    2. John K Colin
    3. Hi List, I am sorry to say that I will probably be more of a taker than a giver on this list due to having no connections to Lincolnshire, the reason I have joined this list is, in the hope that someone will do me a big favour of looking at the electoral rolls for 36 Thrunscoe Road, Cleethorpes, the year I want mostly is 1966, but if possible a few years either side might help ....The family I am looking for, have the surname of Goodhew....I have a friend who lives in South Africa who when she was 2 years old was taken to there to live, her father took her but left the mother behind, my friend who is now 78 hasn't seen or heard of her mother since, she has been searching for her for at least 62 years without success, I yesterday found out that a R.H Goodhew was the informant of her grand father death, it stated that she was his daughter in law and she lived at the address above, I am hoping that I can find a living relation who may know what happen to my friends mother....., I know she didn't die during birth or years afterwards, and we don't know why the father was given custody of the child, very unheard of in the 1930's,  the main problem is that their surname is Smith, the lady who we are looking for is Lilian Smith nee Harris born 1913, to Clement Harris and Ethel Bottomley, Clement died in 1966 in North Kilsworth, Leicesterhire, .....I don't want anyone to go specially for me, just if you are visiting and have a few spare moments....Thank you   John

    09/25/2012 06:59:08
    1. Re: [LINCOLN] Lincs village
    2. Anne Cole
    3. Two Stephen Luddingtons come up here http://www.theclergydatabase.org.uk/jsp/search/index.jsp but they are too late (later 1600s). You might want to try searching with variations in the surname and/or forename. You could also look at the Aisthorpe earliest register on Links to the Past - the register begins in 1593. Maybe he signed at the end of a year, or was buried there? Anne Anne Cole, President, Lincolnshire Family History Society Duncalf(e)/Duncuff/Duncuft One-name Study GOONS member 513 http://www.one-name.org/profiles/duncalf.html Lincolnshire Post 1837 Marriage Index http://mi.lincolnshiremarriages.org.uk/ Lincolnshire Family History Society http://www.lincolnshirefhs.org.uk -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Anne Cole Sent: 05 September 2012 15:18 To: [email protected] Subject: Re: [LINCOLN] Lincs village Probably Aisthorpe, near Lincoln. Lawres Deanery, Lincoln Registration District. Anne Anne Cole, President, Lincolnshire Family History Society Duncalf(e)/Duncuff/Duncuft One-name Study GOONS member 513 http://www.one-name.org/profiles/duncalf.html Lincolnshire Post 1837 Marriage Index http://mi.lincolnshiremarriages.org.uk/ Lincolnshire Family History Society http://www.lincolnshirefhs.org.uk -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Paul Luddington Sent: 05 September 2012 09:23 To: [email protected] Subject: [LINCOLN] Lincs village Hi all Would anyone know of a village in Lincolnshire that might match this from a will of a Stephen Luddington dated 1598, Aisto[ur]pp, he was a clerk there. I have tried veryations on google, but no luck so far? Paul ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    09/05/2012 09:35:36
    1. Re: [LINCOLN] Lincs village
    2. Anne Cole
    3. Probably Aisthorpe, near Lincoln. Lawres Deanery, Lincoln Registration District. Anne Anne Cole, President, Lincolnshire Family History Society Duncalf(e)/Duncuff/Duncuft One-name Study GOONS member 513 http://www.one-name.org/profiles/duncalf.html Lincolnshire Post 1837 Marriage Index http://mi.lincolnshiremarriages.org.uk/ Lincolnshire Family History Society http://www.lincolnshirefhs.org.uk -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Paul Luddington Sent: 05 September 2012 09:23 To: [email protected] Subject: [LINCOLN] Lincs village Hi all Would anyone know of a village in Lincolnshire that might match this from a will of a Stephen Luddington dated 1598, Aisto[ur]pp, he was a clerk there. I have tried veryations on google, but no luck so far? Paul ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    09/05/2012 09:17:44
    1. Re: [LINCOLN] Lincs village
    2. JOHN RILEY
    3. How about Hasthorpe? - see genuki: http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/LIN/Willoughby/  Description and Travel > >Willoughby is both a village and a parish which lie about 3 and a half miles south of Alford and eight miles northwest of Spilsby. It is a large parish of approx. 5,027 acres, with Farlesthorpe and Cumberworth parishes to the north, Hogsthorpe parish to the east and Orby and Welton le Marsh to the south. > > >Willoughby village is bisected by the B1196 secondary road. The hamlet of Sloothby at TF 4970 is also part of Willoughby parish. Other hamlets which existed in Willoughby are Bonthorpe, Habertoft, Hasthorpe, Mawthorpe, and Sandfield. John ________________________________ From: Paul Luddington <[email protected]> To: [email protected] Sent: Wednesday, 5 September 2012, 9:23 Subject: [LINCOLN] Lincs village Hi all           Would anyone know of a village in Lincolnshire that might match this from a will of a Stephen Luddington dated 1598, Aisto[ur]pp, he was a clerk there. I have tried veryations on google, but no luck so far? Paul ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    09/05/2012 07:16:41
    1. Re: [LINCOLN] Lincs village, possibly Aisthorpe
    2. lfenimore
    3. >>he was a clerk there [cleric, perhaps] Snippet view from "Lincoln episcopal records..." >From a Google Book search for Stephen Luddington + Aisthorpe. 'For Brattleby and Aisthorpe. Stephen Luddington, ordained priest by the bishop of Peterborough, 21 Sept 1564; rector of the church of Brattilbie, of the right and patronage of the master and scholars of Balliol...' http://www.theclergydatabase.org.uk/jsp/locations/index.jsp The above site, which is still being built, starts with Johannes Robinson rector at Aisthorp in 1625 and shows no-one earlier but that may be because they don't have Luddington's name. You can collect information with sources and submit to them. Under Robinson the parish is given the alternate spellings of Aystrop/Aistrop and the CCED lists a start date of 1540. The site also shows Stephanus Luddington being ordained a deacon 19 Dec 1563. There are gaps in the Brattleby list of rectors with an appointment of Johannes Lund/Lounde in 1561 and then Henricus Cuddyngton in 1598. So Luddington was in between these two and appointed in 1564 according to the Lincoln episcopal records. Your will is dated 1598 which matches the appointment of Cuddyngton. The various dates fit well. Liane Fenimore

    09/05/2012 04:27:07
    1. [LINCOLN] Lincs village
    2. Paul Luddington
    3. Hi all Would anyone know of a village in Lincolnshire that might match this from a will of a Stephen Luddington dated 1598, Aisto[ur]pp, he was a clerk there. I have tried veryations on google, but no luck so far? Paul

    09/05/2012 03:23:16
    1. Re: [LINCOLN] Hull Family History Fair
    2. Anne Cole
    3. And just a reminder that the Lincolnshire FHS bookstall will be at Oadby, Leicestershire on the same day! Anne Anne Cole, President, Lincolnshire Family History Society Duncalf(e)/Duncuff/Duncuft One-name Study GOONS member 513 http://www.one-name.org/profiles/duncalf.html Lincolnshire Post 1837 Marriage Index http://mi.lincolnshiremarriages.org.uk/ Lincolnshire Family History Society http://www.lincolnshirefhs.org.uk -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of peter glover Sent: 13 August 2012 18:50 To: [email protected] Subject: [LINCOLN] Hull Family History Fair Just a reminder that it is the :- Second EYFHS Family history Fair Costello Stadium Anlaby Park Road North Hull HU4 6XX 29th September 2012 10am – 4pm Admission still only £1.00 pp ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    08/13/2012 12:54:44
    1. [LINCOLN] Hull Family History Fair
    2. peter glover
    3. Just a reminder that it is the :- Second EYFHS Family history Fair Costello Stadium Anlaby Park Road North Hull HU4 6XX 29th September 2012 10am – 4pm Admission still only £1.00 pp

    08/13/2012 12:49:33
    1. [LINCOLN] Marshall
    2. Barry
    3. I sent for a birth cert by mistake and have the info now of an Arthur Bernard MARSHALL b May 1912 to a Lucy Eva in Lincoln area. He died age 0 in September 1912. If anyone is related I can pass on the info. Regards Barry

    08/11/2012 09:30:07