Note for: Edward START, 1 DEC 1857 - AUG 1942 Index
Place: Age 3 with Joseph & Eliza Pride grandparents & brother ThomasIndividual Note:
Occ - 1871 Factory Boy.
1904 Lacemaker. Lived 60 Percy St, Long Eaton, Derbyshire
Family rumour states he had a grocery business and generally store on College St, Long Eaton, Derbyshire.
Edward got violent when drunk and went almost blind before he died.
Note for: Mary Elizabeth BELLAMY, 20 DEC 1860 - 13 MAR 1932 Index
Date: 27 JUL 1879
Place: Half Day Hand at MillOccupation:
Place: Domestic ServantOccupation:
Note for: James START, 21 JUN 1829 - DEC 1886 Index
Date: 1 FEB 1874
Place: Age 12Occupation:
Date: BET 1851 AND 1871
Place: Silk WinderIndividual Note:
DIED 4th 1/4 1886 at Nottingham aged 59.
Note for: Emma PRIDE, ABT 1826 - 29 FEB 1908 Index
Place: Age 15Occupation:
Place: House Servant age 35 with William & Harriett ANDREWS SurgieonOccupation:
Place: Mangle WomanOccupation:
Place: Does Mangling WashIndividual Note:
Not on any Census with Husband James START. They had 2 children and appear to have separated. James went to live in Beeston with housekeeper Mary TWELLS and Emma went to live in Nottingham taking the younger son Thomas with her. James kept my ancestor Edward with him in Beeston.
DIED - 29.2.1908 at Nottingham Workhouse, Nottingham. Aged 78. Lived 26 Queens Grove, Nottingham. Senile Decay - registered by Master of Workhouse.
1871 Census - Also present John MEE boarder aged 17 a joiner's apprentice b Nottingham.
1861 Census - Living in and working for William ANDREWS age 49 Member of College of Surgeons. Licentiate for Apothecaries Company - in General Practice b Brentford, Middlesex Wife Harriet A b
Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.
Also present Harriet ALLEN unm age 19 House Servant b Smalley, Derbyshire
William NEWBOLD unm age 19 a groom b Draycott/Breaston, Derbyshire
1881 Census - Also present Ann HERRICK boarder aged 49 a widow & hosiery worker b Nottingham.
Note for: Thomas START, 11 OCT 1786 - 22 APR 1849 Index
Occ - Labourer.
Rel - Wesleyan Methodist.
Died 22.4.1849 at Long Eaton, Derbyshire Age 62 a Labourer. Registered by Hannah HURT - present of Long Eaton, Derbyshire.
Tithe Barn Lane Tithe Barn Lane was originally the lane leading from Main Street at the Co-operative Central Stores, to the Tithe Barn which it is said existed between the Grange Farm and Nottingham Road. This brick building was where Tithes were stores. With the coming of the railway and the building of the Long Eaton station, The spelling of Tythe Barn changed, and was gradually changed to Station Street and later Station Road.
With the building of the Long Eaton railway station in 1863, Tythe Barn Lane began to change to Station Street and Station Road. This was accomplished in stages as the lane developed into a street in conjunction with the growth of the town. The first change was to Hunt Street (now East Street) through to the "Hollows" and on to Nottingham Road. The last stretch was first called Hollow Street, but in May 1894, it was changed to Station Road.
Note for: Margaret COATES, 27 DEC 1799 - 4 NOV 1872 Index
Occ - Alms woman in 1872 at death. Died 4.11.1872 at Long Eaton, Derbyshire Age 72.
Widow of Thomas START. Registered by S. Bond - present of Long Eaton, Derbyshire.
Note for: Edward START, ABT 1745 - BEF 24 MAY 1805 Index
Original Gaelic spelling STOIBHAIRT pronounced Stuart/Stewart.
Rumour states that some came to Newark, Nottinghamshire from Scotland at the time of Oliver Cromwell.
Edward START of Aston on Trent and Elizabeth SMITH of Castle Donington by Banns on 15th November 1768. Banns read 30th October, 6th & 13th November 1768 at Castle Donington Parish Church,
Note for: John START, BEF 31 MAR 1775 - 4 JUN 1840 Index
Died 4.6.1840 at Long Eaton, Derbyshire Age 65 a Farmer.
Registered by William START - present)