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101 FMP record header states father Franncis, no mother specified, these is most likely parentage. SHARDELOW, Elizabeth (P1074)
 
102 FMP record header states father Franncis, no mother specified, these is most likely parentage. SHARDELOWE, Thomasine (P1075)
 
103 Former Kilbrack cemetery is now a park. All the remaining headstones are gathered in one spot on the edge of the parkland just off Blyburgate. I think Sarah (Woodthorpe's) is one of them.  SHARDELOW, Sarah (P156)
 
104 Garvestone in churchyard "wife of George" both spelt with 'a'. Aged 76. PANKS, Mary (P1319)
 
105 Godbolt of Norfolk. I cannot find any 15th century Godbolt's but there are some Godbolds in Fressingfield, Suffolk which is just 10 miles from Shimpling. eg John Godbold was born there in 1423, he had children John born 1450 and Alice born 1455 (she would fit as a potential wife of Simon but no evidence of that).
 
GODBOLT, Unkown (P379)
 
106 Grave in churchyard SHARDALOW, William (P166)
 
107 Grave No. 1. B. 292. BRIARS, Deborah Louisa (P23)
 
108 GRO Birth Record says Mother's maiden name is Hughes SHARDALOW, James Harry (P1514)
 
109 Hannah or Anna? SHARDELOW, Hannah May (P209)
 
110 He of Nelson and she of Norfolk, England.
He would have met her on his trip back to England.
They marry the same day she got off the ship in Montreal! 
Family F62
 
111 Henry was a widower. Witnesses were Kezia Shardalow (Sarah's sister) and Francis Shardalow (probably her father). Family F225
 
112 I had though this was Elizabeth daughter of Edward and Hannah Shardelow but she was born in 1771 and would not have been marrying at 11 or 12 SHADELOW, Elizabeth (P512)
 
113 I think born a Twilla and probably adopted by Daniel J Shardelow when he marries her mother. SHARDELOW, Verna S (P771)
 
114 I think Sarah Emma Rogers was married before marrying Daniel J Shardelow. 1910 USA Census states both were condition "M2". And it shows Nanie V and Viva M as daughters living with Daniel and Sarah Emma in Dayton, Ohio. It also shows these 2 girls father was born in Maine whereas Daniel J was born in Ohio. Maine is 900 miles from Dayton. More research or feedback from the living Ohio Shardelows should clear this one up. Family F257
 
115 I think this is the date he wrote a codicil to his will rather than death date? SHARDELOW, Anthony (P370)
 
116 I thought born 1770 not sure source/why (Cliff).
Possibly confusion (but by Gerry?) with Samuel son of Samuel and Mary neé Johnson. 
SHARDELOW, Samuel (P96)
 
117 Idonea is linked to her father William who is in turn linked to his father Nigel by a Feet of Fines entry:

September 29 — October 27. Westminster. Within one month of S. Michael, 15 Henry III.
Between Idonea daughter of William son of Nigel de Shardelawe, by William le Cruir, her attorney and William de Neutone, by Henry de Saint Piers his attorney, Plaintiffs, and Robert Fitz Ede of Sherdelawe, Tenant.
Grant by Plaintiff Idonea to Tenant, in fee, of 4 oxgangs of
land in Sherdel[awe] (Shardlow), at the yearly rent of 5s. for all service ; and performing the foreign service pertaining to the same. 
SHARDELAWE, Idonea (P409)
 
118 Illegitimate SHADDELOW, Brudenell (P1534)
 
119 Illegitimate hence is registered with mothers surname but later takes mothers' husband's name. Father’s name on birth certificate is blank. HIGH, Caroline Emma (P175)
 
120 Implied as she was 39 when she died ATCHESON, Ann (P525)
 
121 Its possible that Thomas' parents were John and Sarah Pierson (or Pearson), P344 and P345. They lived and had children in Salhouse and their son John married Mary Smyth in nearby Little Plumstead. There is indeed a birth entry in Salhouse for Thomas son of John and Sary (abbreviation/alternative for Sarah) which is compelling. However, two factors detract from this a) in Shards Newsletter 48, Gerry Langford notes that John and Sarah had five children but only John survived. b) immediately after the birth entry record for Thomas there's one for the death of a Thomas 15 months after the birth (buried 11 May 1696); it doesn't mention his parents as infant deaths usually did.
A thorny mix of positive and negative factors leave us uncertain on this. Searching for an alternative Thomas that could fit the 1696 death record eg one born earlier in the area would be best way to resolve this. Also trying to work out what made Gerry think only John survived might help - Gerry worked mostly from source documents with not so much online.  
SHARDELOW, Thomas (P1482)
 
122 Joe also had two stepchildren, Mr W H Allen, Woonsocket, South Dakota and Mrs Katie Allen of Daytona.
Source: Daytona Herald article 1909. 
SHARDELOW, Joseph (P756)
 
123 Joined army Dec 1917. Battery E. 75th Coast Artillery Transferred to an eastern camp. He was a Corporal. Described as a "victim of war" and "death occurred during the world war".
Monument in Greencastle Cemetery.
The Dayton News article gives his name as D Joseph Shardelow son of N J Shardelow (both should have been Daniel Joseph?).  
SHARDELOW, Junior Daniel Joseph (P769)
 
124 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P343)
 
125 Little Barton was called Barton Parva.
Parva is Latin for small.
Today it is called Barton Mills and is about 1 mile south of Mildenhall in Cambridgeshire.
The church has the Shardelow Arms in stained glass in 3 windows.
Shardelowes Manor was behind and to the right of the church (looking from the road). Nothing remains, it is under where the Church Meadows modern housing close is (a circular road). 
SHARDELOW, Sir John (P397)
 
126 Living here when he died. It was close to where Hungerford Bridge is now, opposite Waterloo station and close to Charing Cross (no bridge nor railways then).  HEMINGTON, John (P1585)
 
127 Many Ancestry.com Public Trees document this marriage and the children. I cannot find the detailed marriage record just and index which makes George Sparrow or Robert Gates the likely husband of Elizabeth/Betsy. Things are further complicated by her being Betsy or ELizabeth. She is Betsy at birth, the 1841 and 1871 Censuses and Elizabeth at marriage and in the 1851, 1861 and 1881 Censuses. Family F394
 
128 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F333
 
129 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F102
 
130 Mary Ann's name clearly spelt Shardalow not Shardelow on marriage records (2 different ones). Family F47
 
131 Methodist preacher, plaque in Norton Subcourse chapel SHARDALOW, Samuel (P220)
 
132 Middle name probably Allen although Journal Herald, Dayton article 26 Jun 1860 calls him William Allen. SHARDELOW, William (P1400)
 
133 Name maybe Elanor Spere SHORE, Eleanor (P225)
 
134 Nick Woods says born May 20 WOODS, Henrietta (P192)
 
135 Nick Woods writes: Robert was a farmer/landowner and of some social standing, probably employing labour. However, times were hard, he became the labourer and life got more difficult for him, as towards the end of his life he was living on parish relief. WOODS, Robert (P741)
 
136 Nigel is linked to his son William who is in turn linked to his daughter Idonea by a Feet of Fines entry:

September 29 — October 27. Westminster. Within one month of S. Michael, 15 Henry III.
Between Idonea daughter of William son of Nigel de Shardelawe, by William le Cruir, her attorney and William de Neutone, by Henry de Saint Piers his attorney, Plaintiffs, and Robert Fitz Ede of Sherdelawe, Tenant.
Grant by Plaintiff Idonea to Tenant, in fee, of 4 oxgangs of
land in Sherdel[awe] (Shardlow), at the yearly rent of 5s. for all service ; and performing the foreign service pertaining to the same.  
SHARDELAWE, Nigel (P411)
 
137 No trace of William Henry after death of his mother in 1877 when he was 14 years old. His brother Albert George, aged 11, went off the the orphanage at Gravesend (and on to Canada in 1862 as Home Child), his sister Eliza Kate, aged 9, went to the Sailors school in Hampstead. But what happened to William Henry? There is a William Henry Shardlow who dies in Paddington in 1885 aged 23 (fits) - could that have been him?  SHARDALOW, William Henry (P27)
 
138 Not connected SHADELOW, Elizabeth (P512)
 
139 Not sure how come her father is Benjamin Rising (second marriage) when she married first time as a spinster with the name Phoebe Wiseman. Obvious explanation shave been explored. WISEMAN, Phoebe (P535)
 
140 Not sure how she came to be here without any relationships.
Also Ancestry record (no image) shows her marrying Antnomus Tybold on 20 Jan 1559. 2 people? Mix up? 
SHARDELOW, Maria (P719)
 
141 Now Paget Street SHARDALOW, Louisa Ann (P653)
 
142 Obituary:
RUSHMER, Norman John November 18, 1926 – April 6, 2013 Our father and grandfather Norman Rushmer passed away April 6, 2013 at the age of 86 years. He will be missed by his daughters Karen Rushmer and Brenda Hoddinott; his grandson Wil Rushmer; and his brother Wayne (Rosalie) Rushmer of Westbank, BC. Norman was predeceased by our mother Patricia Rushmer; his parents Lydia and Hubert Rushmer; his sister Ramona Rushmer; brother Ivan Rushmer; and grandson Joshua Marsman. Norman served in the military for 25 years. He and his family have travelled Canada and overseas for the military. A graveside service will be held at the Union Cemetery, 28th Ave and Spiller Road SE, on April 17, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. 
RUSHMER, Norman John (P1352)
 
143 Only evidence so far that he married Martha Shardalow nee Blunderfield is that he is recorded as Thomas Shardalow's (P187) Step Father in the 1871 Census. HEARN, Matthew (P1023)
 
144 Or 1 May SCHARDELOWE, Ann (P425)
 
145 or 1335/6 .... more likely if marriage date of 1355 is correct SHARDELOW, Joanna (P388)
 
146 Or 1929! Family F270
 
147 Or 20 Apr 1577 (Ancestry record from Parish records) SCHARDELOWE, Agna (P469)
 
148 Or Caxton, Cambridgeshire. Or buried with husband in Woodbridge Priory, Suffolk. SHARDELOW, Joanna (P388)
 
149 Or Colvell or Covill COLVILLE, Francisca (P457)
 
150 Orphaned (about 16 when mother died) in 1917.
Worked for the Salvation Army, went round pubs selling the Warcry. 
HAWKINS, Dorothy May (P546)
 

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