07 Appendixes

APPENDIX ONE A: LAND TAX ASSESSMENT 1781-1804 [NAO: QDE 1/4 1781-1832]

LAND TAX : GEDLING

DATE PROPRIETOR OCCUPIER ASSESSMENT 1781 Thomas Smith Thomas Hallam 1-9-6 1782 Thomas Smith Thomas Hallam 1-9-6 1783 Thomas Smith Thomas Hallam 1-9-6 1784 Thomas Smith Thomas Hallam 1-9-6 1785 Thomas Smith Thomas Hallam 1-9-6 1786 Thomas Smith Thomas Hallam 1-9-6 1787 Thomas Smith Thomas Hallam 1-9-6 1789 Thomas Smith Thomas Hallam 1-9-6 1790 Thomas Smith Thomas Hallam 2-4-7½ 1791 Thomas Smith Thomas Hallam 2-4-9½ 1792 Thomas Smith Thomas Hallam 2-4-9¾ 1793 Thomas Smith not recorded 1794 Thomas Smith Thomas Hallam 2-4-9¾ 1795 Thomas Smith Thomas Hallam 2-4-9¾ 1796 Thomas Smith Himself 2-4-9¾ & Thomas Hallam 1797 Thomas Smith Himself 2-4-9¾ 1798 Thomas Smith Himself 2-4-9¾ 1799 Thomas Smith Himself 2-4-9¾ 1800 Thomas Smith Himself 2-4-9¾ 1801 Thomas Smith Himself 2-4-9¾ 1802 Thomas Smith Himself Redeemeed 1803 Thomas Smith Himself Redeemed 1804 WE Elliott Himself Redeemed

APPENDIX ONE B:

LAND TAX : EAST BRIDGFORD

DATE PROPRIETOR OCCUPIER ASSESSMENT 1791 Mr Broughton, rector Henry Grooms 3-14-6 Mr Blagg John Holland 1- 9-2½ Mr Smith Mrs Newdigate 1-16-10 - no Beaumont 1792 Mr Broughton, rector Henry Grooms? 3-14-6 Mr Blagg John Holland 1- 9-2½ Mr Smith Mrs Newdigate 1-16-10 - no Beaumont 1794 Mr Broughton, rector Henry Grooms? 3-14-6 Mr Blagg Himself 1-10-? Mr Smith Mrs Valines? 1-16-10 Mr Beaumont Himself 0- 4-0 1795 Mr Broughton, rector Henry Grooms? 3-14-6 Mr Blagg Himself 1-10-5½ Mr Smith Mr Palmer 1-16-10 Mr Beaumont Himself 0- 4-0 1796 Mr Broughton, rector Mr Beaumont 3-14-6 Mr Blagg Himself 1-10-5½ Mr Palmer Himself 1-16-10 Thomas Smith not recorded - Palmer is Mr Beaumont Himself 0- 4-0 1798 Thomas Beaumont Himself 2-16-1 Thomas Smith Himself 1-16-10 Henry Blagg Himself 1-16-6 1799 The Rector Various 16-4-6 Thomas Beaumont Himself 1-13-6 Thomas Smith Himself 4-16-4 1800 The Rector Various 16-4-6 Thomas Beaumont Himself 1-13-6 Thomas Smith Himself 4-16-4 John Jelly Revd T Beaumont -8-4 Revd J Walter " " " -14-6 1801 Thomas Beaumont Himself 1-13-6 Thomas Smith Himself 4-16-4 John Jelly Revd T Beaumont - 8-4 Revd J Walter " " " -14-6 1802 Rev.Thomas Beaumont Himself Redeemed Thomas Smith Himself Redeemed John Jelly Revd T Beaumont - 8-4 1803 Rev.Thomas Beaumont Himself Redeemed Thomas Smith Himself Redeemed John Jelly Revd T Beaumont - 8-4 1804 Rev.Thomas Beaumont Himself Redeemed Wm. Hurst(for Smith) Himself Redeemed John Jelly Revd T Beaumont - 8-4 - no Thomas Smith, replaced by William Hurst

APPENDIX TWO: OCCUPIERS OF GEDLING HOUSE - DIRECTORY INFORMATION

1832 White's William Elliott ELLIOTT 1844 William Stanford BURNSIDE 1848 White's William Stanford BURNSIDE 1853 White's William Stanford BURNSIDE 1858 William Stanford BURNSIDE 1864 White's William Stanford BURNSIDE 1865 White's William Stanford BURNSIDE 1868 Wright's William Stanford BURNSIDE 1869 William Stanford BURNSIDE 1874 John BURNSIDE 1876 John Elliott BURNSIDE 1877 John Elliott BURNSIDE 1879 John Elliott BURNSIDE 1885 White's John Elliott BURNSIDE Principal landowner => William Elliott BURNSIDE 1893 John Elliott BURNSIDE 1894 White's John Elliott BURNSIDE 1902 Wright's John Elliott BURNSIDE 1902/3 John Elliott BURNSIDE 1903 John Elliott BURNSIDE 1904 Walter Hugh RAWNSLEY (& Well Vale, Alford) 1905-6 Walter Hugh RAWNSLEY,J.P. 1907-8 "Residence of Sir John TURNEY" 1908 "Property of W.H.RAWNSLEY, now occupied by Sir John TURNEY,J.P. 1912 "Property of W.H.RAWNSLEY, now occupied by Sir John TURNEY,J.P. 1920 "Residence of Sir John TURNEY" 1925 "Property of W.H.RAWNSLEY, now occupied by Sir John TURNEY,J.P. 1928 "Owned by W.H.RAWNSLEY, but unoccupied" 1932 "Property of W.H. RAWNSLEY is now unoccupied" 1936 Lt.Col John William Carnegie KIRK, D.S.O and Norman Pilkington HAYNES 1941 "Residence of Norman Pilkington HAYNES & Lt.Col. John William Carnegie KIRK, D.S.O

APPENDIX THREE A:SMITH FAMILY TREE:

John Smith 1592-1642 | | Thomas Smith 1631-1699 | | | | | | | | | Thomas Smith Samuel Smith Abel Smith 1682-1727 -1751 -1757 m. Jane Beaumont | | | | | | | | | | Sir George Smith, bart John Smith Abel Smith mp Thomas Smith -1769 1716- 1717-88 1719- | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Sir George Bromley, bart Thomas Smith Thomas Abel Robert Samuel John George 1753-1808 [?] -1769 -1779 Lord Carrington 1754-1834 1767-184? 1768-1831 | m. Mary Bigsby 1752-1838 | | | | 1765 | | | V | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Thomas Mary George Robert Thomas 1768/71 1774-1843 1778-1806 APPENDIX THREE B:STANFORD/ELLIOTT/BURNSIDE/RAWNSLEY FAMILY TREE: John & Mary Elliott | | | | | | | | WILLIAM ELLIOTT 1704-1792 Godfrey Elliott Thomas Elliott Penelope Wedg 1733 1696- ? 1701-1750s | | | | William Elliott ANN ELLIOTT | | bapt 12/04/1735 [?] | | m. WILLIAM STANFORD 1751 Thomas Stanford [1730-1796] (1792=ELLIOTT) [ -1799] | Ann Palmer 1761 | | | | | | | | | | Penelope Stanford WILLIAM ELLIOTT STANFORD John Stanford ANN STANFORD [1752- ] [1756-1844] 1796=ELLIOTT [1757-1823] [ John Toppat 1777 Frances Beaumont 1788 1796=ELLIOTT JOHN BURNSIDE [ - 1836 1786 | | | | | | | | | | | Penelope Burnside William Stanford Burnside Rev. John Burnside Catherine Elizabeth [1789] [1791-1870] [1792-1864] Burnside [1794- Mary Gillol Henrietta Anne Julia Thompson S|r Willingham Franklin [1795-1820 or 1860] [1794-1849] | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Rev William John Elliott-m1-Julia Georgiana Katherine Frances Emily Mary Sophia Ann Adelaide Catherine Ann Elliott Burnside Burnside | Burnside Burnside Burnside Burnside Burnside Franklin | [1818-1883] [1817-1904] | [1821-1887] [1825-1845] [1830-1876] [1831-1876] [?] m. Rev Robert | 2.Mary Gillol | Byron Dummond Burwell | | RAWNSLEY | William Elliott Burnside [1845-1911]

APPENDIX FOUR: 1803 SALE CATALOGUE (NAO: DD/LK/50.50)

APPENDIX FIVE: Gedling Estate in 1868.

LAO: PR 17,250

Survey book of Gedling parish (excludes Carlton and Stoke) giving field names, field cultivation (arable, pasture, garden etc) acreages, names of owners and occupiers and number in rate book. Goes with map (GE 1R), by John Bausor, Land Surveyor & Valuer, Nottingham 1868. Deposited with Nottingham Archive Office by Gedling District Council.

 

1. Name or Situation of Each Field or Parcel of Property.

2. Description or Mode of Cultivation of Each Field or Parcel of Property.

3. Number on Map.

4. Quantity of Each Field or Each Parcel if Seperately Rated.

5. Total Quantity in Each Holding.

6. Name and Situation of Each Holding Seperately Rated. ALL GEDLING

7. Description of Each Property.

8. Name of Occupier.

9. Name of Owner. ALL WILLIAM BURNSIDE ESQ

10.Number in Rate Book.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Lodge House Garden 343 - - 15 House & Mr Alvey 3 & Garden Land Cottage & Garden pt354 - - 18½ House & Mr Attlewell Berry 3 Garden Land Garden Garden 185 1 - 19 Land In Hand 3 Plantation Wood 344 1 - 31 Wood " 3 Park Grass & 345 21 1 15 Land " 3 Arable Plantation Wood 346 1 - 26 Wood " 3 Meadow Grass 348 3 - 9 Land " 3 Plantation Wood 349 - - 3 Wood " 3 & Shed Hall Farm Gardens 350 9 3 17 House & " 3 Buildings, Land Pleasure Ground,Plantation & Gardens Plantation Wood 355 - - 34 Wood " 3 65 - 23 Cottage & Garden 356 - - 27½ House & Thomas Griffin 4 Garden Land Cottage & Garden pt354 - - 18½ House & Robert Sutton 5? Garden Land Honey Pot Arable 184 5 2 37 Land John Tomlinson 6 Close Workhouse Pasture 205 6 - 32 Land " " 6 Meadow Workhouse Pasture 206 5 3 22 Land " " 6 Meadow Workhouse Pasture 215 5 2 18 Land " " 6 Meadow Stoke Lane Arable 223 5 1 31 Land " " 6 Meaow Long Meadow Pasture 233 9 1 4 Land " " 6 Middle Pasture 234 5 1 16 Land " " 6 Meadow Hall Wong Meadow 342 7 2 30 Land " " 6 Pasture Pasture 353 3 3 31 Land " " 6 Close House Farm Gardens 357 - 2 10 House & " " 6 Buildings Land Stackyard, 55 2 31 Orchards, Gardens, etc.