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ROBINSON John William
Male Abt 1874 - 1939


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  • Birth  Abt 1874  Penistone, Yorks? Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    Died  2 Jan 1939 
    Buried  Church of St.Peters & St.Paul, Sutton Cum Duckmanton Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • Found burial at Church of St.Peters & St.Paul, Sutton Cum Duckmanton - thro' gate, r/h/s, second tree, 12 feet on, 12 feet to right. Large low square stones.
      M.I. Mary Ann Robinson, Died Dec 15 1925 Aged 50 Years.
      Also, John William Robinson, Her beloved Husband, Died Jan 2 1939, aged 64 Years.

      Marriages Sep 1895
      Robinson John William W Chesterfield Volume: 7b Page: 1049

      1881 Census PRO Reference: RG11 Piece / Folio 3245 / 44 Page Number 13
      Dwelling Broxholme. Census Place Broxholme, Lincoln, England

      Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
      Thomas ROBINSON Head M Male 61 Spridlington, Lincoln, England Agricultural Labourer
      Elizabeth ROBINSON Wife M Female 56 Broxholme, Lincoln, England
      Charles ROBINSON Son U Male 30 Broxholme, Lincoln, England Agricultural Labourer
      Robert ROBINSON Son W Male 25 Broxholme, Lincoln, England Agricultural Labourer
      Eva ROBINSON Daur U Female 14 Broxholme, Lincoln, England Domestic Servant Unemployed
      John Wm. ROBINSON Grandson Male 6 Penistone, York, England Scholar
      Thomas ROBINSON Grandson Male 4 Broxholme, Lincoln, England
      Family History Library Film 1341773

      LINKS? 1881 Census - Born Broxholme
      RG11 Piece / Folio 3236 / 40 Page Number 18
      Census Place Washingborough, Lincoln, England
      Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
      William ROBINSON Head M Male 29 Broxholme, Lincoln, England Ag Lab
      Lucy ROBINSON Wife M Female 26 Sturton, Lincoln, England
      John W. ROBINSON Son Male 7 Broxholme, Lincoln, England Scholar
      Clara E. ROBINSON Daur Female 5 Broxholme, Lincoln, England
      Burley ROBINSON Son Male 4 Scopwick, Lincoln, England
      George ROBINSON Son Male 2 Skellingthorpe, Lincoln, England
      Thomas CARMEN Boarder U Male 19 Curton, Lincoln, England Ag Lab
      Family History Library Film 1341771

      1901 Census: Peice: 254 Folio: 44 Parish: Chesterfield Bolsover Derbyshire DBY
      Name Age Poss Born Occupation Where Born
      John Robinson Male 27 1874 Colliery Fan Engine Driver Yorks, Penistone
      Marie Robinson Female 26 1875 Derbys, Bolsover
      Annie Robinson Female 2 1899 Derbys, Bolsover
      Edith Robinson Female 1 1900 Derbys, Bolsover

      Worked at Oxcroft pit, Stanfree. Engine write then became a pit boss at Oxcroft & Markham pits.

      Some info from 1945:
      1945: Oxcroft Colliery Co., Ltd., Shuttlewood, Chestefield Oxcroft (formerly Nos.1,3&5) Manager: H Jones. Below in pit: 587 Above:122
      1945 Markham Pit: Markham, No.1, 2 & 4 Manager: L Gross. Ass Mgr: J Ridgeway: S Baker: G Walker.
      Oxcroft Colliery Company.
      A.B.Markham (Later to become Sir.) Obtained a lease for the coal from the Duke of Devonshire and asked for tenders for the sinking of two shafts to the Top Hard coal at Oxcroft in June 1900. Work commenced on a railway link to serve the colliery in April 1901 from Staveley. In May 1901 the Oxcroft Colliery Company was formed with a capital of 40,000 and A.B.Markham and his brother C.P.Markham as the directors. The company was part of the Staveley Company 'Empire'.

      The Oxcroft colliery was originally in Clowne and West Lea Cottages was built to house the workers there, later housing was provided near to the new colliery site at Stanfree and Shuttlewood and the rows of houses off Woodthorpe Road. The company built schools, shops, Miners Welfare Clubs and other local ameneties for the use of miners and their families. The company did not however encourage the miners to form unions.

    Person ID  I0578  Hallam, Wilson, Crowder, Harris
    Last Modified  9 May 2004 

    Father  ROBINSON ? 
    Family ID  F133  Group Sheet

    Family  ? Mary (Marie) Ann,   b. Abt 1875,   d. 15 Dec 1925 
    Married  Sep 1895  Chesterfield Volume: 7b Page: 1049 Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
    >1. ROBINSON Alice
     2. ROBINSON Lilly
     3. ROBINSON Elizabeth
     4. ROBINSON Bessy
     5. ROBINSON Edgar
     6. ROBINSON Reginald
     7. ROBINSON Ernest
     8. ROBINSON Victor
     9. ROBINSON Jack
    >10. ROBINSON Edith May,   b. 1 May 1900, Stamfree? nr Bolsover, Derbys Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 May 1986, Bolsover Find all individuals with events at this location
    >11. Living
    Family ID  F028  Group Sheet



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