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1881 Census: Public Records Office Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 3314 / 100 Page Number 41
Dwelling Meadow Rows
Census Place Pinxton, Nottingham, England
Family History Library Film 1341790
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation Disability
Ann WILSON Head W Female 58 Stallwell, Lancashire, England
Matthew WILSON Son U Male 28 Pinxton, Derby, England On Furlough Sergeant 39th Foot Soldier
William WILSON Son U Male 20 Pinxton, Derby, England Coal Miner
Civil Parish Admin County Full Name Gender Age Birth Year Occupation Where Born
Selston Nottingham Matthew Wilson Male 48 1853 Railway Machine Clerk Derbys Pinxton
Selston Nottingham Elizabeth Wilson Female 51 1850 Hereford Bacton
Selston Nottingham Ellen Wilson Female 13 1888 Notts Kirkby In Ashfield
A Matthew Wilson is buried in St Helen's Churchyard, very close to Pinxton.
Matthews banns were read in Pinxton church on October 29th, November 5th and 12th 1882.
Died Aug 2, 1902. aged 47. Also his Wife Elizabeth, died November 29,1922, aged 72.
39th Regiment of Foot (Dorsetshire Regiment)
7/1/1881 United with 54th (West Norfolk) Regiment of Foot to become 1st Bn, The Dorsetshire Regiment
1879 Zulu war
1881 Apr 3: Fifth full British Census
First Boer War Transvaal independence recognised
1881 India: Bengal
1882 England: Chatham
1886 England: ?
1893 India: Meean Meer