Mid North Coast Pioneers - Newcastle to Lismore and beyond

Thomas William HERRON1867

Name
Thomas William HERRON
Given names
Thomas William
Surname
HERRON
Birth between July 1867 and September 1867
MarriageJane Elizabeth WARDView this family
between May 1890 and June 1890 (Age 22 years)
Text:

In the parish of Sculcoates.

The following is a transcription of information on Sculcoates from the Gunuki web site.

"SCULCOATES, a parish in the wapentake of Harthill, an ancient village, 1½ mile N. of Hull, on the west bank of the river Hull; and contained, not a century ago, only 100 inhabitants, but at present contains 10,449. The southern part of the parishadjoining the town of Hull, is now formed into extensive streets, since the formation of the dock in 1774, and cannot be distinguished by a stranger from the town of Hull, properly so called; it is, however, in the county of York, and the petty sessions are held in a hall erected a few years ago, Jonas Brown Esq. is the only resident magistrate, but some of the East Riding magistrates attend weekly. The church is in the old village, and was rebuilt in 1760; it is dedicated to St. Mary, theKing is the patron, and the Rev. William Preston, vicar. Near the Sessions hall, and in the populous part of the parish, has this year been erected a new church, called Christ church, for which an act of parliament was obtained in 1814, vesting the presentation in the then subscribers of £100., and their survivors, when reduced to eight in number, who, with the vicar of Sculcoates, are the patrons. It is a very handsome structure, with a square tower of white brick and Roche Abbey stone, in the pointed style of the time of Henry IV. aera 1400. It will contain 1300 persons, 500 of whom are provided with free sittings. The whole cost was about £7000 part of which is not yet subscribed, the incumbent is the Rev. John King, M. A. who liberally advanced the sum necessary to complete the building, taking the chance of the sale of seats in return. On the 26th of September, 1822, this church received consecration from the Archbishop of York. Sculcoates can boast of a higher antiquity than Hull, being mentioned in Domesday book as one of the lordships of Ralph de Mortimer, who was one of the fortunate adventurers that accompanied the Conqueror from Normandy, and was lord of several manors hereabouts."

Birth of a daughter
#1
Susie HERRON
September 18, 1894 (Age 27 years)
Address: Hedon.
Marriage of a childRobert Siegfried Alexander NOAKESSusie HERRONView this family
about 1920 (Age 52 years)

Birth of a grandson
#1
David Alexander NOAKES
about 1924 (Age 56 years)
Marriage of a grandchildDavid Alexander NOAKESLaurel Murdoch GILBERTView this family
February 2, 1946 (Age 78 years)
Citation details: 509/1946 NOAKES DAVID ALEXANDER GILBERT LAUREL MURDOCH SYDNEY
Death of a wifeJane Elizabeth WARD
about 1958 (Age 90 years)
Death of a grandsonDavid Alexander NOAKES
August 11, 1985 (Age 118 years)
Deathyes

Family with Jane Elizabeth WARD - View this family
himself
wife
Jane Elizabeth WARD
Birth: between January 1871 and March 1871Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: about 1958Tooting, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Marriage: between May 1890 and June 1890Sculcoates, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
4 years
daughter
Susie HERRON
Birth: September 18, 1894 27 23Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: October 31, 1988Sanderstead, Surrey, England, United Kingdom

BirthPDF file supplied by Bill BOLTON
MarriagePDF file supplied by Bill BOLTON
Text:

In the parish of Sculcoates.

The following is a transcription of information on Sculcoates from the Gunuki web site.

"SCULCOATES, a parish in the wapentake of Harthill, an ancient village, 1½ mile N. of Hull, on the west bank of the river Hull; and contained, not a century ago, only 100 inhabitants, but at present contains 10,449. The southern part of the parishadjoining the town of Hull, is now formed into extensive streets, since the formation of the dock in 1774, and cannot be distinguished by a stranger from the town of Hull, properly so called; it is, however, in the county of York, and the petty sessions are held in a hall erected a few years ago, Jonas Brown Esq. is the only resident magistrate, but some of the East Riding magistrates attend weekly. The church is in the old village, and was rebuilt in 1760; it is dedicated to St. Mary, theKing is the patron, and the Rev. William Preston, vicar. Near the Sessions hall, and in the populous part of the parish, has this year been erected a new church, called Christ church, for which an act of parliament was obtained in 1814, vesting the presentation in the then subscribers of £100., and their survivors, when reduced to eight in number, who, with the vicar of Sculcoates, are the patrons. It is a very handsome structure, with a square tower of white brick and Roche Abbey stone, in the pointed style of the time of Henry IV. aera 1400. It will contain 1300 persons, 500 of whom are provided with free sittings. The whole cost was about £7000 part of which is not yet subscribed, the incumbent is the Rev. John King, M. A. who liberally advanced the sum necessary to complete the building, taking the chance of the sale of seats in return. On the 26th of September, 1822, this church received consecration from the Archbishop of York. Sculcoates can boast of a higher antiquity than Hull, being mentioned in Domesday book as one of the lordships of Ralph de Mortimer, who was one of the fortunate adventurers that accompanied the Conqueror from Normandy, and was lord of several manors hereabouts."

SourcePDF file supplied by Bill BOLTON
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