Michaelmas 1558: [Michaelmas 5 & 6 Philip & Mary 1558 m. 21 Whorwood:] Fines: Yorkshire 20s Francis Bacon covenants with John Frowre esquire and Margery his wife, re 12 messuages, 6 cottages, 6 tofts, a dovecote, 20 gardens, 400 acres land, 100 acres meadow, 120 acres pasture, 6 acres wood, 40 acres furze & heath, 100 acres moor, 6s 8d rent in Catwyke and Bewhome alias Bowham in Holdernes, and in Turkylby, Dougleby and Knapton. Admittance before William Dalyson
Michaelmas 1558: [Michaelmas 5 & 6 Philip & Mary 1558 m. 21 Whorwood:] Fines: Town of Kingston on Hull 20s Francis Bacon covenants with Fulk Grevell knight and Elizabeth his wife, re 7 messuages, 5 cottages, 12 gardens, 500 acres land, 300 acres meadow, 300 acres pasture, 20 acres wood, 20 acres furze & heath, 20 acres moor, and rent of 1lb wax, in Northfferebie. Admittance before William Rastell serjeant-at-law
May 1835: Directory of Alfreton, with the hamlet of Swanwick, the chapelry of Riddings, Shirland with Higham and Neighbourhoods. Academies and Schools: Mrs — Bacon, Alfreton. British Wine Dealers: Samuel Bacon, Alfreton. Joiners: Samuel Bacon, Alfreton. Stocking Manufacturers: Thomas Bacon, Alfreton.
27 January 1851: Ships entered outwards from the port of London: bound for Antwerp, Soho, [commander:] Bacon, British, 242 tons, at Irongate, [shipper:] Rahn
15 June 1894: Yare Sailing Club. Exciting racing was witnessed in the regatta held by this club at Cantley on June 7th. A fresh steady sailing breeze blew from the N.N.W. Mr E. J. Poyser, the genial and hospitable Commodore, was present in his yacht Ianthe, and it was to him that the success which attended the fixture was in large measure due. Mr G. M. Chamberlin, Vice-commodore, was in attendance, whilst Mr H. Kett (Blanche) was also present, capably performing the secretarial duties. … Third match, for cruising yachts of 5 tons and upwards. Starters:- Vindex, Mr R. Bacon; Kate, Messrs F. and J. Palmer; Myth, Mr E. Press; Wavelet, Mr J. R. Lewis; Vacuna, Mr J. Jimpson.
July 1930: Bootham School, Summer Term 1930: List of Boys: Arthur E. Bacon, Grimsby: Upper Schoolroom, bedroom 2, Bright House
Athletics Report: Conditions were verging on the ideal for our Athletics final – it was fine, but rather a gale kept blowing down the field. The track was in perfect condition, thanks due perhaps to the worms at last co-operating with our esteemed groundsman, Mr Carr. Training was curtailed a little owing to an outbreak of mumps, but this apparently had no effect on the runners. R. J. Ingham repeated his last year’s performance by winning the Senior Cup. He is an exceptionally strong runner, and won the Mile, Quarter, and High and Long Jump. O. C. Rowntree was runner up, 3 points behind. E. H. Rowlands won the Junior Cup, with R. L. Sturge, runner up, only one point behind, and it was left to the last race (220 yards) to decide the championship. Bedroom XVI won the trophy with an average of 22 points, and completed the double by winning the team race as well. At the conclusion of the racing Mrs S. K. Brown presented the cups.
Athletic Results 1930: Junior 220 Yards: E. H. Rowlands (29 2/5 secs), R. L. Sturge, A. E. Bacon. Junior 880 Yards: E. H. Rowlands (2 min. 37 sec.), R. L. Sturge, A. E. Bacon. Junior Long Jump: K. Rowntree (15 ft 1 in.), R. L. Sturge, A. Bacon. Junior Hurdles: R. L. Sturge (21 sec.), E. H. Rowlands, R. E. Bacon and K. Rowntree [equal].
May 1933: Advertisement: G. F. Bacon, 35 Lincoln Street, Old Basford: for high-class meat. Over 30 years’ reputation. Orders promptly attended to. Distance no object. Tel: 7298
July 1934. Athletic Sports – Results. Dual Events. High Jump – Boys’ (junior). Height 4 ft 3 in. 1. Wallace (Wh); 2. Hardy (Wk); 3. Bacon (H).
17 May 1945: Next Week’s Calls. Moss Empires: Sheffield, Empire (R. 11) – Pete Walman and Irene, Woodrow, Monte Rey, Levanda, Jimmy James, De Bear and Du Bray, Max Bacon, Three Adairs, Bert Brownbill (5.30 and 7.45)
4 October 1963: John Bacon, repetiteur, Covent Garden Opera
1994: Anny Bacon, lecturer
25 March 2009: Stewards signed up for Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, season 2009: Ellis Bacon