My Haslam ancestors in the village of Stony Houghton

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22.10.1693.  Thomas Haslam married Maria Tomson at Bolsover parish church.
02.03.1734.  Mary wife of Thomas Haslam buried.
18.04.1702.  Thomas Haslam bapt. at Pleasley.
23.04.1728.  Thomas Haslam married Elizabeth Hollinsworth at Sutton in Ashfield.
Question: Did they have any children in Sutton in Ashfield between 1729 and 1736?
01.05.1729.  William son of Thomas and Elizabeth Haslam bapt.
08.08.1736.  John son of Thomas & Elizabeth Haslam bapt.
08.06.1734.  Thomas son of Thomas & Elizabeth Haslam his wife bapt.
29.09.1736.  Thomas son of Thomas Haslam buried (buryed).
31.03.1739.  Mary dau of Thomas & Elizabeth Haslam bapt.
30.03.1741.  Sarah dau of Thomas & Elizabeth Haslam bapt.
04.04.1743.  Thomas son of Thomas & Elizabeth Haslam bapt.
23.09.1746.  Elizabeth dau Thomas & Elizabeth Haslam bapt.
24.09.1746.  Elizabeth dau Thomas & Elizabeth Haslam buried.
01.09.1747.  Richard son Thomas & Elizabeth Haslam bapt.
19.07.1754.  Thomas Haslam buried.
12.06.1758.  Richard son Thomas & Elizabeth Haslam bapt.is this buried?
13.06.1758.  Richard son Thomas & Elizabeth Haslam buried.
08.12.1765.  Mary dau. of widow Haslam buried.
08.04.1772.  Elizabeth Haslam widow of Houghton buried.

This 1990s image of Pleasley Parish Church where most of my Haslam ancestors were baptised, married and buried.

24.11.1739.  William Jacklin of the Parish of Teversal and Mary Haslam of this Parish (Pleasley) were married.

21.01.1753.  William Haslam married Mary Broadhead at Alfreton.

24.01.1755.  William Haslam married Mary Haslam at Teversall.
24.06.1756.  Thomas son of William & Mary Haslam bapt.
31.07.1758.  William son of William & Mary Haslam bapt.
10.08.1760.  Mary wife of William Haslam buried.
24.05.1761.  John son of William & Mary Haslam buried.
Note : After the death of his wife Mary, did William remarry to Elizabeth?

02.01.1764.  William Haslam married Elizabeth Oldham at Pleasley P.C.
29.07.1764.  John son of William & Elizabeth Haslam bapt.
15.04.1766.  Mary dau. of William & Elizabeth Haslam bapt.
26.03.1769.  George son of William & Elizabeth Haslam bapt.
Note:  This entry has the name Mary crossed out and the name Elizabeth written above the crossed out name.
25.04.1773.  Elizabeth dau. William & Elizabeth Haslam bapt.
13.08.1777.  Robert son of William & Elizabeth Haslam of Houghton bapt.
24.07.1779.  Ann dau. of William & Elizabeth Haslam of Houghton bapt.
01.03.1782.  Sarah dau. of William & Elizabeth Haslam of Houghton bapt.

14.08.1776.  Elizabeth dau. Thomas & Mary Haslam bapt.
20.12.1777.  William son Thomas & Mary Haslam of Stoney Houghton bapt.
17.07.1779.  John son Thomas & Mary Haslam of Houghton bapt.
29.05.1780.  John son Thomas Haslam buried.
22.10.1780.  Mary dau. Thomas & Mary Haslam of Houghton bapt.
25.12.1782.  Thomas son Thomas & Mary Haslam of Houghton bapt.
19.02.1782.  Richard Haslam of Houghton buried.

13.06.1790.  William base son of Mary Haslam of Houghton bapt.

This 1930s image of Richard Haslam born 1872 and died 1950. He lived all his life in Stony Houghton and was my grandfather.

Pleasley Parish Church Baptism's.  From 5 January 1813.
24.02.1817.  William Haslam married Mary Jackson at Pleasley Parish Church.
18.02.1818.  William son of William and Mary Haslam of Houghton.  Labourer.  (105)
30.01.1827.  Mary dau. William and Mary Haslam.  Houghton.  Labourer.  (373).
14.03.1834.  John son William and Mary Haslam.  Houghton.  Labourer.  (580).
Note:  This entry records:  "Received into the Church Feb. 15th. 1852".
20.04.1836.  Sarah dau. William and Mary Haslam.  Houghton.  Labourer.  (617).
Note:  This entry records:  "Received into the Church Feb. 15th. 1852".

1841 Census for Stoney Houghton.

Name Age Occupation Born Notts. Y or N?
Mary Haslam 45 Pauper Y
Mary Haslam 14 ?? Y
John Haslam 7 ?? Y
Sarah Haslam 5 ?? Y
Note:  This is my family and John Haslam was my great, great grandfather on my mothers side.  John Haslam married Daleyer Atkin, but the marriage not yet traced.

23.09.1839.  William Haslam married Hannah Neal at Bolsover Parish Church.
13.11.1842.  Frances dau. William & Hannah Haslam. Houghton. Labourer. (742).
21.12.1845.  Jane dau. William & Hannah Haslam. Houghton. Labourer. (7).

1851 Census for Stoney Houghton.

Name Relationship Marital status Age Occupation Where born. ?
Mary Haslam Head Widow 56 Cottager Houghton, Derbys
George Haslam Grandson Unm. 6 Scholar Houghton, Derbys
Mary Haslam Holmes Grandaughter Unm. 3 - Houghton, Derbys
In 1851, John Haslam was not on the census for Stony Houghton.  I believe he was working as a farm labourer elsewhere and will probably appear on this 1851 census in the Mansfield area.  The child George Haslam, grandson is most probably the base son of Anne Haslam of Houghton, having been baptised on the 15.12.1844 at Pleasley Parish Church.  (no.795 in p.r.).  In 1841, Ann Haslam of Houghton was on the census for Stony Houghton, aged 20 years, a Female servant lodging with Joseph Bowmer, a farmer.

This 1990s image of the former Haslam cottage at Stony Houghton, built c.1820 and previously owned by the Duke of Devonshire, before being purchased by George Haslam. My Haslam ancestors rented this cottage from the Duke for more than 100 years, part of the tenancy agreement being that they worked on one of his farms in the hamlet.

1861 Census for Stoney Houghton.
Name Relationship Marital status Age Occupation Where born. ?
John Haslam Head Married 27 Farm Labourer Houghton, Derbys
Delayee Haslam Wife Married 25 none stated Mansfield, Notts.
Sarah Haslam Daughter Single 1 ? Mansfield, Notts.
Elizabeth Haslam Relative Single 6 Scholar Bolsover, Derbys.
Edward Atkin Wifes son Single 6 Scholar Mansfield, Notts.
In 1851, John Haslam was not on the census for Stony Houghton.  Edward Atkin may have been Dehlia's base son.  Elizabeth Haslam, born at Bolsover, is a relative of John Haslam.

07.12.1861.  John son of John & Delia Haslam.
Note:  The name Delia is hard to decipher - is the date 1 Dec. 1861?  John and Delia Haslam are my great grandparents on my mothers side.
06.03.1864.  Mary Ann  dau. John & Delia Haslam.  Houghton.  Labourer.
26.08.1866.  William  son  John & Delia Haslam.  Houghton.  Labourer.
22.08.1869.  George  son  John & Delia Haslam.  Houghton.  Labourer.

1871 Census for Stoney Houghton.  Ref. RG.10 / 3466. p.20.

Name Relationship Marital status Age Occupation Where born.
John Haslam Head Married 39 Ag. Lab. Houghton, Derbys.
Dehlia Haslam Wife Married 37 Labs. wife Mansfield, Notts.
Sarah Haslam Dau. Unm. 11 Scholar Mansfield, Notts.
Mary Haslam Dau. Unm. 7 Scholar Houghton, Derbys
John Haslam Son Unm. 6 or 8 Scholar Houghton, Derbys
William Haslam Son Unm. 4 Scholar Houghton, Derbys.
George Haslam Son Unm. 1 - Houghton, Derbys
This 1871 census reveals there was an Edward Haslam, aged 16 years, a farm servant born at Mansfield living in at Robert Dodsleys', a farmer of 170 acres employing 2 men and 3 boys.  This was Hall Farm located at Rock Corner on the main road.  My conjecture is that Edward Haslam was in fact Edward Atkin, son of Delia Haslam prior to her marriage to John Haslam.

20.09.1874.  Herbert  son  John & Delia Haslam.  Stony Houghton.  Labourer.
24.02.1878.  Richard  son  John & Delia Haslam.  Stony Houghton.  Labourer.
Note:  This entry records:  "6 years old"
24.02.1878.  Alice  dau.  John & Delia Haslam.  Stoney Houghton.  Labourer.
Note:  This entry records:  "8 months old".

18.07.1878Daleyer Haslam died aged 44 years at Stony Houghton and was buried the next day (19.07.1878) at Pleasley Parish church.

Memorium card relating to Daleyer Haslam of Stony Houghton.

12.10.1880.  George Haslam aged 12 years of Houghton buried at Pleasley Parish church.  The entry records: "Killed accidentally with farm cart.  Coroners enquiry".  The accident occurred at Palterton where George Haslam was working.  He was the son of John & Delia Haslam.

1881 Census for Stoney Houghton.  Ref. RG11/3312 pp 23/24.

Name Relationship Marital status Age Occupation Where born.
John Haslam Head Widower 48 Farm Lab. Stony Houghton, Derbys
Richard Haslam Son Unm. 10 Scholar Stony Houghton, Derbys
Herbert Haslam Son Unm. 7 Scholar Stony Houghton, Derbys
Alice Haslam Dau. Unm. 4 - Stony Houghton, Derbys
Elizabeth Elliott Housekeeper Married 31 Housekeeper Stainsby, Derbys.
Alfred Slinn Lodger Unm. 19 Coal miner Stainsby, Derbys.
Herbert Elliott H'sekpr. son Unm. 5 - Stainsby, Derbys.
This census entry reveals that Sarah, Mary, John and William were not at home on the night when the census was taken.  Tragically, George Haslam had been 'accidentally killed' by a farm cart at Palterton a few months previously.

1891 Census for Stoney Houghton.  Ref.

Name Relationship Marital status Age Occupation Where born.
John Haslam Head Married 60 Farm Lab. Stony Houghton, Derbys
Elizabeth Haslam Wife Married 54 - Stainsby, Derbys.
John Haslam Son Unm. 29 Coal miner & Army Reserve Stony Houghton, Derbys.
Richard Haslam Son Unm. 19 Colliery Lab. Stony Houghton, Derbys.
Harry Slinn Son in law Unm. 28 Colliery Lab. Stainsby, Derbys.
An image of a Haslam family of Stony Houghton. The lady standing is Shady Robinson Haslam formerly Wrath. She was my maternal grandmother. Enquiries continuing to identify other persons thereon.

1892Scarcliffe.  Derbyshire.  7 June 1892
Richard Haslam aged 20 years, a Bachelor and a Collier of the Parish of Scarcliffe married Shady Robinson Wrath aged 19 years, a Spinster also of of the Parish of Scarcliffe.  The marriage was at St. Leonards Parish Church, Scarcliffe by Banns called and both signed their names in the Parish register.

The witnesses were Mark Wale and Alice Haslam and both signed their names.  The respective fathers were John Haslam, a Labourer and Robert Wrath, a Collier.

The witness Mark Wale aged 19 years of Scarcliffe had recently married Sarah Ann Wrath aged 21 years, the latter being the older sister of Shady Robinson Wrath.  In fact Shady Robinson Wrath witnessed her sister Sarah Ann's marriage and signed the register.

1893Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  May.
A baby boy for Richard Haslam and his new wife Shady Robinson Haslam formerly Wrath.  They named him John Robert Haslam and baptised him on the 23 May 1893 at Pleasley Parish church.  The entry (no.925 in p.r.) records Richard Haslam as a miner, the family living at Stony Houghton.

Sadly, John Robert Haslam died in December of that year and was buried at Pleasley Parish church on the 10 December 1893, aged 7 months.  (no.21 in p.r.).

1893Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  November.
I have a note from the New Houghton Infants School, Register of Admission, Progress and Withdrawal dated 1884 to 1912, of a Dayler Haslam, born 14 November 1893, with a father Richard Haslam, admitted to the school on the 4 May 1897.  No previous school.  No. 589.   Ref: D.488. 7/1. at at County Record Office, Matlock.

1894Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  August
Another baby for Richard Haslam and his wife Shady Robinson Haslam , whom they named Ernest Haslam.  He was baptised on the 2 September 1894 at Pleasley Parish church.  The entry records Richard Haslam as a collier, the family living at Stony Houghton. (no.966 in p.r.)

Tragedy quickly followed and on the 6 November 1894, baby Ernest Haslam, aged 3 months, was buried at Pleasley Parish church.  (no.31 in p.r.).

1895Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  October
Another baby for Richard Haslam and his wife Shady Robinson Haslam , whom they named Richard Haslam.  He was baptised on the 3 November 1895 at Pleasley Parish church.  The entry in the p.r. records Richard Haslam as a coal miner, the family living at Stony Houghton and the date being 1893.  This is clearly a mistake and should be 1895.

1896Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  November
Yet another tragedy for Richard Haslam and his wife Shady Robinson Haslam, when their son Richard Haslam died and was buried on the 15 November 1896 at Pleasley Parish church, aged 13 months.  (no.64 in p.r.)

What a tragedy for my maternal grandparents in the first three years of their married life.  Three children, all dying within a few months of their birth.

1897Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  October
A baby girl for Richard Haslam and his wife Shady Robinson Haslam whom they named Dorothy Haslam.  She was baptised on the 24 October 1897 at Pleasley Parish church.  The entry (no.1094) in the p.r. records Richard Haslam as a coal miner, the family living at New Houghton.  The Parish clerk made an error when he started to write this entry and consequently he crossed out part of the entry.  I believe he made a mistake when he wrote 'New' as opposed to 'Stony'.

1899Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  August
Another son for Richard Haslam and his wife Shady Robinson Haslam , whom they named Herbert Haslam.  He was baptised on the 29 August 1899 at Pleasley Parish church.  (no.1175 in p.r.).

1900Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.
Richard Haslam appears on the Electoral Rolls from 1900 to his death in 1950, except for the years 1916 to 1917 because of WW1 and 1940 to 1944 because of WW2.  His wife Shady Robinson Haslam from 1918 to 1959 except for the years 1940 to 1944 (WW2).

1901 Census for Stoney Houghton.  Ref.RG.13 / 3133

Name Relationship Marital status Age Occupation Where born.
R. Haslam Head Married 29 Coal miner (Hewer) Pleasley, Derbys
S. Haslam Wife Married 28 - Cottam, Notts..
Dalyer Haslam Dau. Unm. 7 - Pleasley, Derbys.
Dorothy Haslam Dau. Unm. 3 - Pleasley, Derbys.
Herbert Haslam Son Unm. 1 - Pleasley, Derbys.
John Haslam Father Married 73 Farm Labourer Pleasley, Derbys.
So John Haslam, my great grandfather was living with my maternal grandparents Richard Haslam and his wife
Shady Robinson Haslam and their children.

1902Palterton.  Derbyshire.  June.
John Haslam died in Palterton but was buried at Pleasley St. Michaels Parish church on the 25 June, aged 69 years.

1903Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  31 July / August
Tragedy struck the family again in August.  A baby girl for Richard Haslam and his wife Shady Robinson Haslam whom they named Jane Haslam.  Clearly, she was very ill at birth and not expected to survive, hence she was baptised on the 3 August when she was 4 days old.  Sadly she died and was buried at Pleasley Parish church on the 5 August 1903, aged 6 days.

1905Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  September / 1 October
Edward Haslam son of Richard Haslam and his wife Shady Robinson Haslam baptised at Pleasley Parish church on the 1 October 1905.  Family lived at Stony Houghton, father stated to be a labourer.  (no.4 in p.r)

All baptism's bet. 1905 & 1922 for Pleasley Parish Church are Ref: D.739.A/PI.2/3 at County Record Office, Matlock.

1907Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  24 January
Jane Haslam daughter of Richard Haslam and his wife Shady Robinson Haslam was born.  The couple name this baby after their last baby girl who had died in 1903.  The birth of this new baby, which was at Stony Houghton, was registered on the 9 March 1907.

1908Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  February
Jane Haslam daughter of Richard Haslam and his wife Shady Robinson Haslam baptised at Pleasley Parish church on the 9 February 1908.  Family lived at Stony Houghton, father stated to be a labourer.  (no.118 in p.r).

1911Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  December
Good news for Richard Haslam and his wife Shady Robinson Haslam when twins were born.  George Haslam and twin sister Annie Haslam baptised at Pleasley Parish church on the 31 December 1911.  Family lived at Stony Houghton, father stated to be a miner.  (no's.319 and 320 in p.r.).

1911 Census for Stoney Houghton.  Ref. RG14, piece 20294. Regn. district Mansfield, parish of Pleasley.

Name Relationship Marital status Age Occupation Where born.
Richard Haslam Head Married 39 Coal miner (Hewer) Stoney Houghton, Derbys
Shady R. Haslam Wife Married 38 - Not known
Dorothy Haslam Daughter Single 13 School Stoney Houghton, Derbys
Herbert Haslam Son Single 11 School Stoney Houghton, Derbys
Alfred Haslam Son Single 9 School Stoney Houghton, Derbys
Edward Haslam Son Single 6 School Stoney Houghton, Derbys
Jane Haslam Daughter Single 4 - Stoney Houghton, Derbys
George Haslam Son Single 2 - Stoney Houghton, Derbys
Annie Haslam Daughter Single 2 months - Stoney Houghton, Derbys
Edward Atkinson Boarder Single 52 yrs Farm Labourer Mansfield, Notts.
Richard Haslam signed the original census document and stated the family lived in a 5 roomed house. He and his wife had been married for 19 years and there had been 11 children born to that relationship, four of whom had died and leaving seven alive.

1913Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  17 October.
More good news for me and my maternal grandparents Richard Haslam and his wife Shady Robinson Haslam when they had another baby girl, whom they named Gladys Haslam.  She was born on the 17 October and baptised at Pleasley Parish church on the 6 December 1913.  Family lived at Stony Houghton, father stated to be a miner.  (no. 418 in p.r.).  This is the birth and baptism of my mother.

1919Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  September
Ethel May Haslam daughter of Richard Haslam and his wife Shady Robinson Haslam baptised at Pleasley Parish church on the 17 September 1919..  Family lived at Stony Houghton, father stated to be a miner.  (no.672 in p.r).

1921Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  Electoral Rolls.
Herbert Haslam, son of Richard Haslam and his wife Shady Robinson Haslam appears on the Electoral Rolls for the first time.  He remained on these Rolls until 1960, when I stopped trawling them.

1922Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  3 April
Gladys Haslam, my mother, started her senior school days on the 3 April 1922 at Rotherham Road school, New Houghton, having previously been next door in the Junior school.  Her father was stated to be Rob. Haslam sic. living at Old Houghton, (a local name for Stony Houghton.  The entry states "left aged 14 years on 23 December 1927".  She is number 3762 in the Register of Admission, Progress and Withdrawal.  Ref: D.488. 4/1. at at County Record Office, Matlock.

1923Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  Electoral Rolls.
Herbert and Alfred Haslam, sons of Richard Haslam and his wife Shady Robinson Haslam appear on the Electoral Rolls for the first time.  They remained on these Rolls until 1935, when I believe Alfred Haslam moved to a nearby district.  Herbert Haslam remained on these Rolls and lived in Stony Houghton until his death.  I stopped trawling these Rolls at year 1960.

1926Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  Electoral Rolls.
Edward Haslam always known as "Nobby" is recorded on these Rolls alongside his two brothers and parents for the first time.  In 1929, his wife Amy Beatrice Haslam appears on these Rolls.  They remained on these Rolls until 1938, when they appear on the Electoral Rolls at 229 Portland Street, New Houghton.  Subsequently, this couple moved to a small cottage on Back Lane, Glapwell where Amy Beatrice Haslam suffered a nervous breakdown and became 'strange', whilst Edward Haslam had an accident with a shot gun and shot off part of his foot.

1930Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  Electoral Rolls.
George Haslam is recorded on these Rolls for the first time, alongside his two brothers Herbert, Edward and parents.  His other brother Alfred Haslam disappeared off this Roll after 1927, but will probably appear on the Electoral Rolls for the nearby village of Pleasley.

1933.  11 March  Mansfield, Nottinghamshire.
The marriage of my parents.
Arthur Richards married Gladys Haslam at the Mansfield Register Office.  They were both 19 years of age.  Arthur was a coal miner and lived with his parents, Jacob and Fanny Richards formerly Hardy at Ten Row, Palterton, Derbyshire.  His father was also a coal miner.

Gladys was the daughter of Richard Haslam and his wife Shady Robinson Haslam formerly Wrath of Stony Houghton.  Her father was a coal miner too.  The witnesses to their marriage were Herbert Haslam, Glady's married brother of Stony Houghton and Annie Richards, the grooms sister of Palterton.  My parents and the witnesses all signed their names.

The copy of my parents' Marriage Certificate was written up on the 18 April, five weeks' after their marriage took place.  (The delay in producing their Marriage Certificate is unknown.)

My cousin Kathleen Denham formerly Haslam, daughter of Herbert and Ethel Haslam told me that at the time of my parents' marriage, mother 'lodged' with them at 3 Rock Cottages in Green Lane, Stony Houghton, and had resided there for some time.  Apparently mother had been 'kicked out' of her family home - "Spring Cottage" in Water Lane, Stony Houghton (owned then by the Duke of Devonshire) but the reason why, was unknown to her.  She also understood that mother had been 'in service' but did not know where or when.

193526 June.  Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.
The date of my birth at 3 Rock Cottages in Green Lane, Stony Houghton, the home of my mothers brother Herbert Haslam.  It looks as if my parents went back to Stony Houghton for my birth.  Three weeks later they returned to Palterton.  I was named Ronald Stanley Richards but have always been called 'Jack'.  Ronald was from Ronald Haslam and Stanley from my fathers brother.

My baptism was on the 3 August 1935 at Christ Church Mission, New Houghton.  The baptism entry records my parents address as West View, Palterton.  This house was the first house on the north side of the entrance to Scotland Yard.

1936Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  Electoral Rolls.
My parents Arthur Richards and Gladys formerly Haslam appear on these Rolls for the first time, although they had appeared on the Rolls in nearby Palterton in 1935.  My father, had also appeared on these Rolls for 1935!

1937Chesterfield Magistrates Court.  Derbyshire.  6 February
Their Father's Maintenance.  Three Houghton Brothers to pay.  Three brothers, Herbert Haslam of Stony Houghton, Edward Haslam 229, Portland Street, New Houghton and George Haslam 165 Compton Street, New Houghton were ordered by the Chesterfield Magistrates on Saturday to pay 3/4 (3 shillings 4 pence) each towards the maintenance of their father.

It was stated that more than 12 a week was earned by the three men jointly, and yet they said they could not afford to find 10/- (10 shillings) a week.  The Chairman (Mr. D.N.Turner) told them they ought to be ashamed of themselves.
Source: The Derbyshire Times dated 12 February 1937 page 6 col. 2.

19398 SeptemberStony Houghton.  Derbyshire.
After a long ilness with Tuberculosis, my mother Gladys Richards formerly Haslam died at 1, Rock Cottages, which had become the family home and where she could be looked after by her close family members.  She was buried a few days later in the cemetary on Langwith Road, Bolsover a few days later.  She remained on the Electoral Rolls up to and including 1939.

1950Stony Houghton.  Derbyshire.  15 February
Richard Haslam nicknamed 'Donkey Dick' throughout his life, died at Rockley, the house name of his youngest daughter Ethel May Thorp nee Haslam.  His death certificate records his age as 78 years and he was stated to be a retired coal miner (hewer).  The cause of his death was stated to be: 1(a) Cardiac failure (b)Myocarditis (c)Arterio sclerosis and was certified by William Booth. M.B.  His death was registered on the 15 February 1950, by his son
G. Haslam of Stony Houghton, who stated he was present at the death.

My Haslam ancestors in the village of Stony Houghton


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Created 2 October 2006
Last updated: 21 October 2015.