Jones [10151405]

7 March 1528: Ordinations at Lichfield cathedral: Subdeacons Secular: William Jones, by title of Kenilworth monastery

Michaelmas 1558: Gloucestershire: William Powell v John Launder late of Wesbury in the county aforesaid yoman, Debt 40s; John Gamond [late] of Byckenor in the county aforesaid yoman, Debt 40s; Stephen Jones alias Bocher of Lydney in the county aforesaid yoman, Debt 40s; Richard Hanley of Lydney in the county aforesaid yoman, Debt 40s; Matthew ……ton late of S’co Bryavello in the county aforesaid yoman, Debt 40s. Defendants have not come; had been ordered to be summoned; have nothing; to be taken, for octaves of Hilary [20 January 1559] Writ

3 July 21 George III 1781: Bond by John Mason [signs] of Rydyard, county Stafford, yeoman, John Hordern [signs] of Bosley, county Chester, yeoman and Joseph Wheelton [signs] of Macclesfield, county Chester, innkeeper, to John Haslehurst bailiff of the court of the manor and forest of Macclesfield, in £29, to appear at Macclesfield on Monday 9 July to answer George Barker in a plea of trespass upon the case. Witness: Edward Jones [signs]

15 June 24 George III 1784: Bond by John Downes [signs Downs] of Taxal, county Chester, yeoman, Thomas Wych [signs] of Macclesfield, county Chester, mercer, and George Pearson the younger [signs] of Macclesfield silk throwster, to Samuel Boyer gentleman clerk of His Majesty’s court of record for the manor and forest of Macclesfield, in £30: for Downes to appear on Monday 5 July to prosecute Thomas Goodwin for taking and unjustly detaining 37 sheep and 9 lambs. Witness: Edwd. Jones [signs]

6 December 1786: Bond by Joseph Albinson [marks] of Macclesfield, county Chester, labourer, John Clowes [signs] of Macclesfield blacksmith and John Johnson [signs] of Macclesfield silkwinder, to Samuel Boyer gentleman clerk of His Majesty’s court of record for the manor and forest of Macclesfield, in £5: for Albinson to appear on Monday 18 December to prosecute John Davenport for taking and unjustly detaining a grate, tongs and poker, solid iron, three candlesticks, 13 chairs, a cupboard, two tables, a dresser, coffer, two tubs, an iron pot, a brass kettle, a shelf, crockery and earthen ware, a bird and cage, four pictures, three pair of bedstocks, three chaff beds, a feather bolster, two pillows, four pair of sheets, three blankets and three bedquilts. Witness: Maurice Jones [signs]

14 September 1787: Bond by Theophilus Norton [signs] of Buxton, county Derby, yeoman, Maurice Jones [signs] of Macclesfield, county Chester, yeoman and Joseph Fawkner [signs] of Macclesfield shoemaker, to Samuel Boyer gentleman clerk of His Majesty’s court of record for the manor and forest of Macclesfield, in £3: for Norton to appear at the next court to prosecute John Barlow and James Barlow of Macclesfield Forest yeomen, for wrongfully taking and unjustly detaining one bay gelding. Witness: John Jones

30 March 1797: Bond by Benjamin Brookes [signs: Brooke] of Tytherington, county Chester, yeoman, George Brookes [signs: Brooke] of Tytherington yeoman and Edward Gatley [signs] of Macclesfield, county Chester, victualler, to Peter Wright gentleman clerk of the court of the manor and forest of Macclesfield, in £58: for Benjamin to appear at the next court to prosecute Reuben Bullock of Macclesfield butcher, George Greaves of Macclesfield butcher and Maurice Jones of Macclesfield yeoman, for taking 29 sheep (worth £29). Witnesses: Joseph Brown [signs] and John Mitchell [signs]

14 May 1799: Bond by Joseph Massey [signs] of Macclesfield, county Chester, check manufacturer, John Hodkinson [signs] of Macclesfield innholder and Samuel Pott [signs] of Macclesfield yeoman, to Peter Wright gentleman clerk of the court of the manor and forest of Macclesfield, in £16: for Massey to appear at the next court, to prosecute Thomas Clarke for detaining a mare. Witnesses: Samuel Buckley [signs] and Maurice Jones [signs]

30 March 47 George III 1807: Bond by George Wain [signs] of Macclesfield, county Chester, liquor dealer, John Newbold [signs] of Macclesfield liquor merchant and William Wain [signs] of Macclesfield innholder, to John Gamaliel Lloyd esquire deputy steward of the court for the manor and forest of Macclesfield, in £14: for George Wain to appear at the next court to prosecute Henry Orme of Macclesfield shopkeeper and Maurice Jones of Macclesfield bailiff, for taking one clock and case and a screen or sofa with cushion and cover, worth £7. Witness: Thomas Grimsditch [signs]. David Hall of Macclesfield testifies to the value of the goods. Witness: David Browne clerk of the court.

12 March 1845: English 3-master Emperor John, captain Jones, at Antwerp, for Liverpool with ballast.’Dit laetste schip is geremorqueert door de Princess Victoria.’

12 January 1854: A Correct List of the Poll, at the Election of a Knight of the Shire, for the Eastern Division of the County of Gloucester. Bisley Polling District: Parish of Bisley: Abode: Chalford: Thomas Jones and Nathaniel Jones; Abode: Chalford Lynch: Samuel Jones. Cheltenham Polling District: Parish of Badgworth: Abode: 47 Oxford Street, Gloucester: Joseph Jones. Parish of Charlton Kings: Abode: Charlton Kings: Richard Jones. Parish of Cheltenham: Abode: King Street, Cheltenham: Thomas Jones; Abode: Cambray House, Cheltenham: Baynham Jones (2) (duplicates), Baynham Jones junior; Abode: Grosvenor Place, Cheltenham: Thomas Jones (2) (duplicates); Abode: Fairview Street, Cheltenham: Thomas Jones; Abode: High Street, Cheltenham: Charles William Jones; Abode: Kington, Radnorshire: William Jones; Abode: St James Street, Cheltenham: James Jones.

27 October 1866: The Register of Electors to Vote in the Choice of a Member or Members to Serve in Parliament, for the City of Gloucester, for 1866-7. The List of Freemen entitled to vote in the election of members to serve in Parliament for the City of Gloucester: Anthony Gilbert Jones, Hatherley; Edward Gardner Jones, St Bartholomew’s Hospital; Henry Jones, Hucclecote; Henry Yates Jones, Brockworth; Thomas Jones, Hempstead Rectort; William Henry Jones, Barbican Road. Occupiers: Hamlet of Barton St Mary: James Jones, house, Barton Street; William Jones, house, Prince Street. Occupiers of houses in the parish of St Catherine’s: Charles Jones for a house in Park Street. Occupiers of property in Holy Trinity parish: Alfred Jones, for a house in Westgate Street; John Milton Jones, for a house 21 Westgate Street. Occupiers of property in the parish of St Mary de Crypt: John Jones for a house in Longsmith Street; William Henry Jones for a house in Blackfriars. Occupiers of property in the parish of St John the Baptist: Charles Jones, for a house in Oxford Street; Daniel Jones, for a house in Worcester Street; William Jones, for a house in house in London Road; William Jones, for a warehouse and shop in London Road; William Jones junior, for a house in Worcester Street. Occupiers of property in the parish of St Michael: Anthony Gilbert Jones of Hatherley, for a house, counting house and offices, jointly, in Queen Street; Charles Jones, for a house in Bedford Street; Daniel Jones, for a house in Eastgate Street; Edwin Jones, for a house and workshops in Northgate Street. Occupiers of property in the parish of St Owen: William Jones, for a house in Southgate Street. Occupiers of property in South Hamlet: William Jones, for a house in High Orchard.

7 April 1879: Deserters from Her Majesty’s Service: A reward of from 5s to 20s is offered for the apprehension of Edgar Jones, [Reg. No:] 1482, 12th Foot; [born:] Dudley; [trade] sawyer; [age] 18½; [size:] 5[ft] 5½[in]; [hair:] light brown; [eyes:] brown; [face:] light; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 28 February 1879 [at] Portsmouth [marks and remarks:] took waist-belt and part of reg. nec.;

Thomas R. Jones, [Reg. No:] 1002, 52nd Foot; [born:] London; [trade] general dealer; [age] 23; [size:] 5[ft] 8[in]; [hair:] light brown; [eyes:] hazel; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 28 February 1879 [at] Aldershot [marks and remarks:] tattooed on hands; off furlough;

Henry Jones, [Reg. No:] 921, 53rd Foot; [born:] Shrewsbury; [trade] labourer; [age] 19⅓; [size:] 5[ft] 5[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 14 March 1879 [at] Aldershot [marks and remarks: blank];

Emery Jones, [Reg. No:] 1504, Army Reserve; [born:] Ockham, Surrey; [trade] sailor; [age] 27½; [size:] 5[ft] 8½[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] blue; [face:] fair; [coat & trousers:] tweed; [date of desertion:] 1 August 1878 [at] Birmingham [marks and remarks: blank];

Deserters from the Lancashire Militia —  absent from training: James Jones, [Reg. No:] 2624, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Manchester; [trade] labourer; [age] 24; [size:] 5[ft] 7½[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] blue; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks:] scar left little finger;

John Jones, [Reg. No:] 2492, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Manchester; [trade] cabinet maker; [age] 22; [size:] 5[ft] 6[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks: blank]

Thomas Jones, [Reg. No:] 2432, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Manchester; [trade] joiner; [age] 19; [size:] 5[ft] 6[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks:] left little finger crooked;

Thomas Jones, [Reg. No:] 2545, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Manchester; [trade] joiner; [age] 23; [size:] 5[ft] 7¼[in]; [hair:] dark; [eyes:] hazel; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks:] scar on chin;

Deserter from the Flint Militia —  absent from training: John Jones, [Reg. No:] 2614, Flint Militia; [born:] Ruthin; [trade] labourer; [age] 24; [size:] 5[ft] 7[in]; [hair:] dark brown; [eyes:] blue; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 24 March 1879 [at] Mold; [marks & remarks:] cut under left ear

18 March 1880: Bill of sale by John and Thomas Jones, 84 Oxton Road, Birkenhead, parcel carriers, in favour of David Lamb; and a bill of sale by Thomas Jones of Weaver Street, Chester, shoemaker, in favour of Public Loan, &c., Co.

25 March 1880: County court judgment against John Hugh Jones, Well Street, Ruthin, grocer; and a county court judgment against Joseph and Hugh Jones, Vrongoch, Llansantffraid, Denbigh, farmers

25 March 1880: Bill of sale by Elizabeth Ann Jones and Elizabeth Jones, 1 Wellington Road, New Brighton, eating house keepers, in favour of Ellis Davies; and a bill of sale by Thomas Jones, Old Bridge Inn, Kington, and Westmore near Yazor, publican and farmer, in favour of Solomon Blaiberg; and a bill of sale by Thomas Fenton, assistant, and Thomas Jones, cab proprietor, 120 Montague Street, Blackburn, in favour of Thomas Lomas; and a bill of sale by Thomas Jones, 70 Great Moor Street, Bolton, cab proprietor, in favour of Charles H. Butler; and a bill of sale by William Jones, 1 Cleopas Street, Toxteth Park, Liverpool, joiner, in favour of Philip H. Jones and another; and a bill of sale by John Linney, Milton Street, Denton, near Manchester, hatter, in favour of Hannah Jones; and a bill of sale by William Bryant, Perseverance Coffee House, 69 Hoxton Road, Hoxton, coffee-house keeper, in favour of Henry Jones; and a bill of sale by John Joseph Augustus Hawkins, 408 Mile End Road, Mile End Old Town, Middlesex, coffee-house keeper, in favour of Henry Jones; and a bill of sale by William George Stone, 44 Gloucester Street, Queen Square, Bloomsbury, and 64 Copenhagen Street, Barnsbury, mathematical instrument maker, in favour of Henry Jones; and a bill of sale by Thomas Lewis, Argoed, Kinnerley, Shropshire, farmer, in favour of Robert Jones; and a bill of sale by Richard Jones, Norton Canes, near Cannock, engineer, in favour of National Mercantile Bank; and a bill of sale by Charles Jones, Lower House, Earlswood, near Chepstow, Monmouthshire, farmer, in favour of Solomon Blaiberg; and a bill of sale by James Jones, Mysydd Road, Landore, near Swansea, Glamorgan, stocktaker, in favour of Hyman Freedman; and a bill of sale by John Jones, Llansaintfraidd, Glan Conway, Denbigh, tailor, in favour of Nathan S. Hart; and a bill of sale by William John Jones, 122 Cardiff Road and Hill Street, Aberaman, Glamorgan, blacksmith, in favour of William R. Cohen; and a bill of sale by George Pearce, Church Street and High Street, Towyn, Merioneth, watchmaker, photographer, &c., in favour of Evan Jones; and a bill of sale by David Thomas Jones, 28 King Edward Place, Broad Street, Birmingham, foreman, in favour of David Davies

25 March 1880: County court judgment against William Jones, 22 Davey Street, St Paul’s, Bristol, builder

28 August 1891: Canaries: for sale: Brood of 5 canaries, 2 months old, ditto, 4 a month, all healthy strong birds. Send highest cash offer to Mrs Jones, Aramstone, Ross

For sale: 70,000 young fruit trees, roses, unbloomed trees, a magnificent collection of rhododendrons and shrubs, &c. Catalogues. Removing. Head Gardener, Honourable Gertrude Jones, Churchfield, Cradley, Malvern

Hardy flowers. My gardener will dispose of my superb collection assorted 10/6 hampers of 15 doz. half 6/-, many cost 5/- doz, all transplanted, not weakly offshoots. Removing. Honourable Gertrude Jones, Churchfield, Cradley, Malvern

1899: Their Happiest Christmas, by Edna Lyall. A battered copy: in pencil: ‘From E. C. Jones, 7 Errol St Lpool To L Jones, 7 Errol St Lpool’; ‘Lucie Jones, 7 Errol Street, Aigburth, Liverpool, England’

29 January 1904: ‘Windsor Races. Considering that on Sunday night only one horse had arrived at Windsor, fields on Monday panned out exceptionally well. Indeed, in four of the items down for decision, runners were plentiful enough, with the principal event, the Rays Handicap Hurdle Race, attracted fourteen to the post. An inspection of the course at an early hour revealed the fact that the going was in capital order, and there were never any fear the frost would interfere with sport. The Bucks Maiden Hurdle Race was won by Mr H. C. Johnson’s Reservist, the Tower Steeplechase by Mr F. Bishop’s Lyndon Green, the Rays Hurdle Handicap by Mr J. G. Clarke’s Mark Time, the Monday Maiden Hurdle Race by Mr J. Barnett’s Much Too Early, the Long Walk Steeplechase by Captain C. Gore-Langton’s Squint II., and the Paddock Steeplechase by Mr J. F. Hallick’s Foxhill. The frost having completely given way, the going for the concluding stage of the meeting on Tuesday proved somewhat holding. The light was considerably better than on the first day, as was also the attendance, but racing can hardly be said to have reached the standard usually witnessed at this enclosure, only thirty-three horses taking part in the half-dozen events down for decision. The Tuesday Hurdle Handicap was won by Mr. F. Cobb’s Chiselhamton, the Athens Steeplechase by Mr J. E. Hallick’s Foxhill, the Dorney Steeplechase by Mr H. R. Randall’s Red Hand, the Borough Steeplechase by Mr A. Hamblin’s Perdicus, the Slough Hurdle Handicap by Mr A. Jones‘s Jack McCormick, and the Coveney Steeplechase by Mr A. Gorham’s Little Sister II.’

1 June 1907: Postcard to Miss L. Jones, Heathfield, Chislehurst Common, Kent: ‘Dear L.   I expect you wondered why I did not arrrived at time said but I had a letter from Mrs D. to say I was to stay at home untill Monday   I could not get  away from it   so shall be home on Monday  in haste   ….’

September 1909: Subscriptions for the Sunday School Treat: Victoria Street  –  Friend 2d, S. Barry 2d, W. Hodges 4d, J. Yule 6d, A. Binning 1d, C.E.S. 2d, J. Salmon 2d, Mrs Batt 3d, J. Jones 3d, Friend 1d, Well-wisher 2d, Mrs Beard 1d, Mrs Herbert 3d, Mrs G. Taylor 2d, Friend 2d, Mrs Windo 4d, Miss Jones 3d, Mrs Baldwyn 3d. Total 4/- [sic];

Collected by Messrs R. Cole and G. Griffin – Mrs Morgan 6d, Mrs Ford 3d, Mr Spence 3d, Mr Wallace Harris 6d, Miss Jenkins 3d, Mrs Knight 6d, Mr Mansfield 6d, Friend 2d, Mrs Jones 3d, Friend 3d, Mrs Howes 3d, Friend 2d, Mrs Critchley 6d, Mrs Parslow 6d, Mr W. J. Bell 3d, Mr S. B. Palmer 6d, Mr E. Wilkes 6d, Miss Hamblin 6d, Mrs Pearce 1d, A Friend 1d. Total 6/9

Collected by Mrs Smart – Mrs Harman 6d, Mrs Attwood 6d, Mrs Dowell 3d, Mrs Jones 3d, Mrs Nelmes 6d, Mrs Weaving 3d, Mrs Lees 3d, Mrs Freeman 3d, Mrs Hopkins 6d, Mrs Pearson 6d. Total 3/9

Collected by Mrs Herbert – Mrs Gibbins 1/-, Miss Jones 3d, A. Browning 6d, A Friend 2d, Mrs Heaven 3d, Mr S. Herbert 3d, Mrs Herbert 3d, Mrs Baldwin 3d, Mr E. Herbert 6d. Total 3/5

31 July 1914: Falmouth Visitors List: Mr and Mrs Potter, Mr and Mrs Schure, Colonel Godfrey, Miss Godfrey, Mr and Mrs Marling, Mr and Mrs Newton, Mr and Mrs Roijoords, Misses Roijaards, Miss Davis, Miss Manville, Mrs Fellheimer, Miss Fellheimer, Mrs Minver, Mr Watson, Miss Theologe, Mr Chambers, Miss Chambers, Mr and Mrs King Clark, Mr and Mrs Lester Clark, Mr and Mrs Frith, Mr and Mrs Brierley, Mr and Mrs Cash, Mr and Mrs Ibbet, Misses Jones

Falmouth Visitors List: Waratah: Mrs William Blew Jones, Miss Treloar and friend, Miss Sandbrook and friend, Miss Taylor, Birmingham

January 1915: Arthur Jones, harpist, 21 Blandford Road, Bedford Park (Tel: 1409 Chiswick)

25 April 1917: Nellie Jones baptised, 14 Landaff Street;

19 May 1917: Thomas Jones, aged 70, 130 Hendham Vale, died;

June 1917: ‘THE FOOD CONTROLLER Restricts the Quantity – but The Quality I give Makes whatever you Purchase go Twice as Far! O. M. Jones, Cash Grocer, &c., CHURCH LANE, MOSTON, and GORSE HILL, STRETFORD.’

24 January 1920: Report of a case brought in Congleton borough police court by C. F. Jones, of the Farmer’s Arms Inn, West Street, with the objective of removing his tenant (George Sheard, carter) from Ivy Cottage, West Road, Congleton. Sheard said that for his living he needed accommodation for his horse and cart: he had a wife and three little children to support. The Bench were W. Farrington, F. Jackson, H. Berisford and H. Redfern, esquires. Mr R. Daniel appeared for the prosecution

April 1920: ‘Why do you HOPE for the Best? YOU CAN GET THE BEST FROM O. M. JONES, High-Class CASH GROCER, and PROVISION MERCHANT, etc. 1, Willow Bank, CHURCH LANE, Moston.’

6 June 1923: News of Old Girls: At St Peter’s Church, Hale, by the Reverend W. Henry Leake of Southport (formerly vicar of Ropley, Hampshire) supported by the Reverend J. R. Brunskill, M.A., vicar of the parish, Oswald, S.S., only son of Mr and Mrs F. R. Jones, The Homestead, Hale, to Jessie Mildred daughter of Mr and Mrs D. Beaty, Kirklinton, Park Road, Hale; 11 September 1923: News of Old Girls: At St John’s Church, Ayres Road, Brooks’s Bar, by the Reverend H. Basil Jones, B.A., marriage of Arthur Wilkinson Ashworth son of Mrs Ashworth and the late Mr Charles Ashworth, of Bramhall, to Marjorie Higham daughter of Mr and Mrs Frederick Tinker Woolley, Thornville, Upper Chorlton Road, Manchester

Dora Mellor Jones (1921) is now with Messrs Switchgear and Cowan, Ltd., Old Trafford; Winifred L. Jones (1921) has gained a Teaching Diploma for Domestic Subjects at the College of Domestic Economy in High Street, and is now taking a third year there for Needlework. We thank her for her help as Secretary for her year.

November 1923: Whalley Range High School Magazine: Magazine Committee, 1923-24. President: Miss Field, M.A.; Hon. Vice-Presidents: Francis Jones, Esq., M.Sc., Alderman W. F. Lane-Scott, J.P., Councillor J. Harold Birley, Miss E. Allen; Editor (pro tem.): Miss Field; Sub-Editor: Miss Clark; Ordinary Members of Committee: Miss Wilcox, Irene Wilde, captain of the school (ex officio), Nellie Chadwick, Dorothy Hulme, Daisy Orme, Theo Nidd, Edna Rose, Ethel Simpson; Treasurer: Miss O’Maley.

The Garden School, Ballinger Grange, Great Missenden, by Phyllis A. Jones

Old Girls’ Society. Committee. President – Miss Field. Ordinary Members – [*Elected 1923] Miss Burns, Miss Gorsuch, Edith Church, Gertrude Clayton, *Kathleen Percival, *Zillah Taylor, Doris Brown, Marcelle Sugden, *Marian Raw, *Norah Thomas. Secretary and Treasurer – Miss Grace Blaikie, 16 Blair Road, Alexandra Park. Sub-Secretaries – [*New Sub-Secretaries] 1909. Sybil Walshaw, 157 Withington Road, Whalley Range; 1910. Olive Pearson, 29 Queen’s Road, West Didsbury; 1911. Miss Gladwell (née Alice Appleton), Isca, Wilmslow; 1912. Elsie Watts, Abbotsford, St Werburgh’s Road, Chorlton-cum-Hardy; 1913. Edith Church, 3 Filey Avenue, Whalley Range; 1914. Marjorie Ashley, 53 Nicholas Road, Chorlton-cum-Hardy; 1915. Winifred Davies, 32 Mauldeth Road, Withington; 1916. Mrs Sephton (née Florence Hallam), Deane, Chester Road, Poynton; *1917. Mamie Wald, 32 Warwick Road, Chorlton-cum-Hardy; *1918. Kathleen Percival, Edgecumbe Mount, Edge Lane, Chorlton-cum-Hardy; 1919. Francis Bowden, 16 Burford Road, Whalley Range; 1920. Doris Brown, 9 Talbot Road, Old Trafford; 1921. Winifred Jones, Eastleigh, Ryebank Road, Chorlton-cum-Hardy; 1922. Marcelle Sugden, 71 Sloane Street, Brooks’s Bar; *1923. Zillah Taylor, 113 Wilmslow Road, Withington.

August 1924: Primary Department ‘C’ will celebrate the following Cradle Roll Birthdays  –  Margaret Jean Almond, Harold Shaw, Mary Jones and Edith Agnes Walley; and also the following scholars’ birthdays  –  Elsie Fosbrooke and Margaret Smith

April 1925: Primary Department C: scholars’ birthdays during April: George Jones, Bertha Hadfield, Elizabeth Bennett, Roland Gee, Freda Bann, Marion Moss, John Jordan, Doris Bennett;

S.S.S. Football Club: The Club was honoured by the League in that two members were selected to play for the S.S.S. and District League, and one member as reserve, for the match on the County Ground against the Blackrod and District Sunday School League. We congratulate J. Black, S. Hull, and T. Jones on their distinction.

Brinksway School: The Ladies’ Circle had a very successful afternoon on Wednesday, March 4. Mrs Jones gave an address, which was followed by tea of members of the Circle at 5 p.m.; whilst friends who called in on their way from business were provided with tea at 6 p.m.

January 1927: Candidate for membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: C. Jones,11 Beech Street, Fairfield, Liverpool

9 January 1928: County of Southampton: At the General Quarter Sessions before Sir Francis Charles Gore, K.C.B. chairman, and others, justices of the peace for the said county, holden at the Castle of Winchester. Sir Gilbert Redvers Heathcote, baronet, high sheriff; Reginald J. Harris, gentleman, under sheriff; Frederic Viccars Barber, esquire, clerk of the peace; E. Winter, governor, His Majesty’s Prison, Portsmouth. Prisoner: William Jackson, 49, labourer. Previous convictions. – 21 days and Reformatory School, West Bromwich Petty Sessions, 28 May 1890 (stealing cigarette cases, &c.), as Joseph Duffield; 21 days, Birmingham Petty Sessions, 13 June 1894 (stealing trousers &c.), as Joseph Duffield; 6 months, Lichfield Court Martial, 15 June 1895 (deserter, &c.), as John Smith; 3 months and 1 month, consecutive, Bilston Petty Sessions, 10 April 1896 (stealing tools and assault on police), as Joseph Duffield; 20 days, Perth Petty Sessions, 20 November 1896 (theft), as John Smith; 6 months, Glasgow Sheriff’s Court, 12 July 1897 (housebreaking), as John Smith; 9 months, Glasgow Sheriff’s Court, 31 January 1898 (theft), as John Smith; 14 days East Glasgow Petty Sessions, 28 November 1898 (theft), as James Murphy; 15 and 15 months, concurrent, Maidstone Assizes, 25 February 1901 (stealing cash box and wounding), as William O’Brien; 40 days, Dundee Petty Sessions, 26 June 1902 (assault on police), as James Blather; 4 months, Dundee Sheriff’s Court, 11 August 1902 (theft and malicious damage), as James Blather; 18 months, Haddington Sheriff’s Court, 15 January 1903 (housebreaking), as William Plummer; 12 months, Brighton Sessions, 9 January 1905 (malicious damage); 3 months, Beverley Petty Sessions, 27 March 1906 (assault on police), as Albert Tysall; 3 months, Middleton Petty Sessions, 12 July 1906 (loitering); 5 years penal servitude, Derby Sessions, 7 January 1907 (burglary), as William Duffield; 3 and 3 months, concurrent, Cumberland Assizes, 31 May 1912 (burglary and larceny), as James Smith; 18 months, Glasgow Sheriff’s Court, 26 September 1912 (housebreaking, 5 cases), as William Jones; 14 and 14 days, consecutive, Newcastle County Petty Sessions, 15 April 1914 (assault on police and damage), as Thomas Pepper; 6 months, Bedford Petty Sessions, 20 May 1914 (stealing boots), as Thomas Pepper; 1 month, Wokingham Petty Sessions, 7 April 1915 (rogue and vagabond, damage in Union), as George Chapman; 3 months, Coventry Petty Sessions, 8 December 1920 (rogue and vagabond, begging), as William Jones; 6 months, Lichfield City Petty Sessions, 20 September 1921 (aggravated assault), as William Jones; 3 months, Aldershot Petty Sessions, 10 July 1922 (on enclosed premises), as William Jones; 12 months, Hertford Sessions, 9 April 1923 (grievous bodily harm), as William Jones; 3 years penal servitude, Gloucester County Sessions, 9 April 1924 (stealing from post office till), as George Silvester; 6 months, Ipswich Borough Petty Sessions, 30 May 1927 (begging and threats to kill), as Michael O’Hara; twice summary for drunk, and suspected person, in 1906. Committed from Basingstoke, 30 November 1927. Received in prison, 30 November 1927. Offence – On 27 November 1927, breaking and entering the dwelling house of C. W. Simkins, and therein stealing 2 earrings, 1 silver bag, a quantity of foreign coins, and 6 French banknotes, his property. 2nd Count – Receiving. Tried before Sir Francis C. Gore, 10 January 1928. Plea – Guilty. Sentence – 5 years penal servitude.

18 July 1928: Veronica Elizabeth Jones baptised

c1930: Postcard to (his cousin) Miss Vinnie Jones, 6 Victoria Road, Belgrave, Leicester: ‘Dear Vinnie, To Wish you Many Happy Returns of the Day   Love   Ivan’

July 1930: Bootham School, Summer Term 1930: List of Boys: Edward Guthrie Jones (entered this term), Dolgelley: College Class, bedroom 16, Tuke House; Griffith W. Guthrie Jones, Dolgelley: Upper Senior, bedroom 16, Tuke House

1 April 1931: Mr J. J. Jones at Loughborough Boat Club annual general meeting;

Urban council elections: Shepshed: candidates: C. H. Nelson, H. Burton, J. A. Grant, H. E. Atkin, A. C. Bradbury, A. King, W. Martin, T. W. Peat, J. Lacey, J. H. Peberdy, G. Jordan, J. W. Smith, J. A. Harley, Miss P. M. Wade, W. F. Jones, P. J. Gough.

Rural council elections: Clowne: Creswell: candidates: Mrs G. E. Wood, J. A. Rogers, R. Parkes, J. T. Rice, W. J. Evans, W. T. Jones, H. White, J. McDermott, H. W. Cooper, E. Johnson, W. Keyworth.

January 1932: Candidates for membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: S. E. Jones, (junior membership), 7 Westbourne Avenue, Emsworth; A. Arrowsmith, c/o Mrs Jones, 3 Market Place, Ross; P. Jones, 154 Caythorpe Street, Moss Side; D. Jones (junior membership), Llys Afon, West Parade, Pwllheli

1932: Examination Results: London Chamber of Commerce: Reginald Chandler (Arithmetic*, Book-keeping*, Typewriting*, Geography*, Commerce*, English); Reginald Gillgrass (Arithmetic*, Typewriting*, English, Geography, Book-keeping); Jack Pearl (Geography*, English, French, Shorthand); Albert Jones (Book-keeping, Commerce); Ernest Larkin (English, Commerce); Archibald Mill (Commerce); Leslie Mason (Typewriting); Frederick Marks (English); Alan McBain (English); Thomas Fabian (Geography*, Typewriting*, English, Arithmetic, Book-keeping); Albert Chivers (Shorthand).

Faculty of Teachers of Commerce: Passed in Shorthand: 90: A. Chivers, J. Pearl, D. Hume; 70: B. Hutton, A. Cole*, A. Jones*, E. Larkin, R. Chandler; 60: R. Bringloe; 50: W. Mitchell, R. Harbour, J. Perrin. (* Distinction);

15 July 1933: Junior Cricket: The Junior Central Schools’ Final. Clapham Central v Reay Central. The match was played in Dulwich Park on 15 July. [Scoreboard and description. Players: Clapham: Capron, Hatfield, Fiorini, Waymouth, Gilbert, Combes, Brown, Johnson, Peirce, McQuare, Hearndon. Reay: Lloyd, Clarke, Turner, Jones, Badger, Samson, Manger, Westby, Knapp, Siperius, Stevens]

July 1934: Annotated group photograph of the staff of Mundella Secondary School, Nottingham. Sitting: Misses Blagg, Howell, Lawrance, Miller; Messrs Wight, Winfield; Misses Jones, Morris, Wallis, Mosley. 2nd Row: Misses Plunkett, Barlow, Sainter, Trigg (school secretary),; Messrs Heath, Cowdell, Chamberlain, Reid, Stace, Austin, Bird, Roberts, Adamson, 3rd Row: Messrs Thomas, Holbrook, Kendall, Broadburn, Thorpe, Page, Broomfield, Jackson, Clarke, Baynes-Smith, Hill, Storey

Report (with group photograph) on the Mundella Old Boys’ dinner held at the Reform Club on 23 March. There were present: Mr R. B. Wight; Dr Cecil Roberts (guest of honour, ‘as usual, in sparkling mood. His speech, though provocative in parts was a piece of sheer virtuosity in after-dinner speaking’);  L. J. Levin (councillor, chairman of the Finance Committee); C. A. Ross; A. D. Smith; R. G. Vernon; C. Goldsworth; L. G. Gibson; P. T. Distin; D. Smith; J. Bartlett; B. Smith; B. E. Dean; H. B. Bishop; J. Westmoreland; K. Woollatt; Mr H. W. Jones; Mr L. Brettle (Headmaster of the Queen Elizabeth School, Mansfield); H. B. Holbrook; J. Robinson; Mr Stace; Mr Kendall; W. C. Thomson; Mr Winfield; Mr Baynes-Smith; R. Burton; A. A. Shipside; P. G. Strouther; Bagguley; J. Daykin; A. R. Stone; C. D. Dickenson; Mr Austin; L. J. Widdowson; Ron Hadrill and Noel England (providing musical entertainment); Mr Thomas; T. E. Hall; A. J. Bates; A. C. A. Chisholm; H. B. Briggs; P. E. Hall; J. G. Hall; R. Lipman; Mr Jackson; Mr Broadburn; F. Hopewell; J. C. Steward; J. W. Perkins; F. Bee; K. Stocker; Mr Broomfield; Mr Storey; J. W. Adkin; J. Mackay; G. Atkinson; F. H. Anthony; F. G. Cox; S. A. Coleman.

Mundella Secondary School: Form Notes: III C.   We were sorry to say good-bye to P. Leek at the beginning of the term. We hope Miss Jones will be happy in her new position, although we shall miss her at school. Congratulations to M. Summerfield and J. Tabberer, who have played in several 1st XI cricket matches this season. Joan is also a member of the Junior Swimming Team.

Changes to the French Staff: ‘It is with great regret that we say farewell this term to the two colleagues who joined us in September 1931, Miss Jones and Dr Storey. At that time they both came to us with their university honours fresh upon them; now they leave us, in the natural course of things, for further experience, Miss Jones to go to the Hornsey High School under the Middlesex Education Committee, and Dr Storey to work for the North Riding authority, at the Scarborough High School, and contribute his share to Yorkshire’s well-established reputation in the modern language world. We shall miss them both more than we can say. Miss Jones has shown herself devoted to her subject, punctilious in all her class engagements, and both tactful and enthusiastic in the performance of her duties as liaison officer between ourselves and our French friends of the “Ecole Primaire Superieure,” at Chinon. Of Dr Storey, what can we say that has not become a mere commonplace to all of us who know him? He has given of himself generously and unsparingly from the moment he came into the school. Even more prone to say “Yes” than “No” when asked to shoulder some extra duty, he has shown by his daily practice how well he realises what a great proportion of a teacher’s work and influence lies entirely outside the class-room. Our French Club, our Rowing Club, our League of Nations Union Branch, our holiday camp life will all be the poorer for his going. And so will the City of Nottingham itself, for it would be difficult to over-estimate the charm and ease and scholarly ability with which he has presided over the French lectures of the local Branch of the Modern Language Association.With our expressions of regret and appreciation we join our affectionate good wishes to Miss Jones and Dr Storey for success and happiness in their new spheres of work. We hope they will visit us soon and often, and we assure them that we shall follow with unfailing interest their successive steps to fame and prominence in the profession.’

Women’s Hockey Club. We shall be glad to hear of, and welcome any new members from School, and wish to express our thanks to Miss Mosley and Mr H. W. Jones for all they have done for the Club.

January 1936: Prize List, 1934-5: 3rd Year  –  W. Kearney, S. J. Saunders, R. E. Williams, D. Jones, J. Munn, J. C. Watkins, A. W. Glanville, R. Bailey, F. Tildesley, A. Wearn (Geography and Manual), R. Haslett (Physics).

Library. ‘The Library Committee for the current year consists of: Moon, O’Leary, Moyes, Baisbrown, Jones, Manvell and Page, and has already provided valuable help.’

‘On Country Walking’, an essay by R. Jones, U. Vi Arts.

17 May 1945: Next Week’s Calls. Moss Empires: Sunderland Empire (R.11) – The Waldorf Trio, Scott and Foster, Billy Cotton and his Band, Eddie Julian and Eve, Gray, Austin and Worth, Jones and Thomas, Ken Swan and McGhee. (5.30 and 7.45). Stoll Theatres: Hackney, Empire (R. 11). – John D. Roberton’s “We Were in the Forces”, Hal Jones, Louis Hayden, Billy Eaves (6.25 and 8.30).

December 1945: Candidates for membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: Miss N. M. Jones, 43 Racecourse Avenue, Monkmoor, Shrewsbury; Miss M. M. Jones, 8 Mill Gardens, Chilvers Coton; W. F. Jones, 5 Hawks Nest Gardens West, Alwoodley, Leeds

November 1946: Report in The Northamptonshire Farmers’ Journal of the Executive Committee of  the Northamptonshire branch of the National Farmers’ Union, naming these officers and members: Mr C. E. North (County Chairman), Major J. C. Grant-Ives, C.C. (Vice-Chairman), Mr Vincent Everard (National Delegate), Mr C. E. Wright (County Secretary), Mr Turner (president of the N.F.U.), Mr H. R. Overman, Mr E. J. Barnwell, Mr E. A. Turney, Mr A. R. Heygate, Mr H. Minors, Mr B. L. Higgs, Mr D. E. Hutchinson, Mr J. T. Jones, Mr R. H. Parsons, Mr H. T. F. Weston, Mr G. J. Thompson, Mr H. L. Parker, Mr G. Hone, Mr H. M. Wilson (the newly-appointed Flax Growers’ representative), and Mr S. K. Spokes.

28 January 1948: A. Garth Jones and G. Jones, first violins; W. Jones, second violin; P. Jones, trumpet; J. Jones, librarian, London Philharmonic Orchestra

29 May 1951: Birth at The Firs Nursing Home, Harrow, to Sheila (née Ewing), wife of Evan D. J. Jones, 37 St Andrew’s Avenue, Sudbury, Wembley: a son

12 June 1951: M. Jones and M. Eyton Jones, contraltos, The Alexandra Choir

7 July 1951: Cricket: Steep v Blackmoor, played at Blackmoor on Sunday [1 July]: Scores – Steep, 43 (N. Jones 13, J. Bellamy 13; C. Adlam 5 for 11, D. Longman 5 for 23); Blackmoor, 101 for 8 (D. Longman 56, S. French 16, P. Dodd 15 not out; J. Le Grice 3 for 24, T. Maltby 3 for 35, D. Knight 1 for 26).

15 April 1953: County court judgments against A. E. Jones, 117 High Street, Houghton Regis, retailer; and against A. L. Jones, 53 Lindsell Road, Altrincham, nurseryman; and against Mr A. Jones, 174 Plymouth Green, Manchester 13, fitter; and against Mr Alfred and Mrs Ellen Jones, 17 Foley House, Tarling Street, E.1, motor driver; and against Max Jones, 11 Pemberton Road, N.4, hosiery knitter; and against Mr T. A. Jones, 65 Linden Gardens, 42 Hatherley Court, W.2; and against Mr S. W. Jones, Walford Heath Post Office, Shrewsbury; and against Walter Harley Jones, Homer Garage, Much Wenlock; and against Mr A. Jones, 109 Benedictor Street, Glastonbury; and against Mrs Vera F. Jones, 56 Coopers Hill, Willingdon, Eastbourne, Sussex; and against Gwilym Jones, Glantowyn, Rhoscolyn, builder and contractor; and against Mrs Hannah J. Jones (widow), personal representative of the late John Jones, Rallt Uchaf, Mynydd Mechell, Llanfechell; and against Mrs Maggie Elizabeth Jones, 15 Wellington Street, Llanerchymedd; and against Miss G. Jones, Rothbury Hotel, Vaughan Street, Llandudno; and against Mr J. R. Jones, Lystyn Gwyn, Brynkir, Caernarvon, farmer; and against Clifford Jones, 38 Gasworks Road, Neath, labourer; and against Mr E. Jones, 71 Gadlys Road, Aberdare; and against Harry Jones, 31 Depot Road, Cwmavon, Port Talbot; and against John Jones, 42 Min-y-Coed, Glynneath; and against John Frederick Jones, 50 Severn Crescent, Port Talbot, labourer; and against Stanley Jones, 32 Tegid Road, Townhill, Swansea; and against William David Jones, 12 Thomas Street, Briton Ferry, Neath; and against William Edward Jones, 14 Mary Street, Porth

15 April 1953: Bill of sale by Mrs Amy Jones, 1 Harper Grove, Sutton-in-Craven, in favour of John W. Grahame (English Financiers) Ltd

1955: Lletyau Pregethwyr: Dosbarth Penlleyn. Deunant – Gorff., Medi, Miss Owen, Ysgubor Bach. Awst, Mrs Jones, Bodernabwy. Tach., Chwef., Mrs Jones, Min-y-Mor. Rhag., Mrs Jones, Caerau. Ion., Mai, Mrs Jones, Tywyn. Mawrth, Mrs Jones, Brynmor. Meh., Hyd., Ebrill, Mrs Williams, Ty Capel.

October 1955: Sidesmen: Vicar’s – Mr W. Barton, Mr G. Benfield, Mr D. Chadwick, Mr P. W. Cowgill, Mr J. W. Gibson, Mr C. H. Hanson, Mr G. T. Illingworth, Mr P. Moore, Mr J. H. Raistrick, Mr A. J. Rogers. People’s – Mr J. Ambler, Mr F. Birks, Mr G. Butterfield, Mr P. Firth, Mr D. Jones, Mr R. G. Kippax, Mr A. E. Marsh, Mr S. Norton, Mr S. T. West;

Mothers’ Union: The Christmas Market takes place on Saturday 12 November, and will be opened by Mrs D. W. Jones. The chair will be taken by Mrs G. W. Wood and Mrs Holdsworth, Fulneck, will receive the children’s envelopes.

November 1960: Bradford Diocesan News: Chain of Prayer: November: 1 Cross Roads (Maurice Fox), 2 Cullingworth (-), 3 Denholme (Sydney Hailes), 4 Harden (-), 5 Haworth (Eric Barton), 7 Ingrow (George Speller), 8 Keighley (Clifford Hamer, Noel Hawthorne, Patrick Toft), 9 Keighley Holy Trinity (Harry Cole), 10 Kildwick (Arthur Selby), 11 Morton (Willie Fletcher), 12 Oakworth (Philip Stringer), 14 Oxenhope (Herbert Sanders), 15 Riddlesden (Mark Bishop), 16 Silsden (John Lambert-Smith), 17 Steeton (Granville Jones), 18 Sutton-in-Craven (John Renton), 19 Bradford Cathedral (John Tiarks, Denis Gatenby, Michael Barton, Beatrice Kennedy),  21 Bradford St Augustine (Frank Hardman), 22 Bradford St Chrysostom (Madoc Jones), 23 Bradford St Clement (Desmond Kendrick, John Rhodes), 24 Bradford Holy Trinity (Jack Howarth in ch.), 25 Frizinghall (Colston Sage), 26 Girlington (Robert Young, Tom Walker), 28 Heaton St Barnabas (Arden Constant), 29 Heaton St Martin (Leonard Hardaker), 30 Manningham St Chad (Harry Hands)

3 October 1964: Wilfred Jones, tenor Covent Garden Opera Chorus; Trevor Jones, assistant house manager, Royal Opera House; Gwyneth Jones, artist, Covent Garden Opera

7 October 1968: short biography of Roger Jones, Bournemouth F. C. footballer: born in Upton on Severn. Also, Glen Paget and Diane Jones, are looking for Liverpool fan Derek Darbyshire and his friend Peter, whom they met on holiday on August 25. The girls’ address is 116 Moat Road, Alumwell Estate, Walsall’

7 March 1973: Gerry Jones, footballer, Crewe Alexandra

18 December 1976: Chris Jones, Huddersfield Town footballer; Mr T. A. Jones of Macclesfield referee

7 May 1977: K. Jones, linesman; Roddy Jones, footballer, Newport County; D. G. Jones, M.B., B.Ch., medical officer, Newport County

25 May 1979: S. G. Jones, prizewinner, Sutton Valence School

7 May 1977: Roddy Jones, footballer, Newport County

c1990: O. H. Jones, 6 Palmer Close, Ben Curtis Park, West Wickham, Kent BR4 9QT ; Cindy Wilson (Peter Jones) (Stephen) (Steve Adams), 24 Tilers Way, Reigate RH2 7PL; Cindy Peter Jones, 45 St Johns, Redhill RH1 6QE; 39 St Johns RH1 6QE

1994: Sheila Jones, lecturer

25 March 2009: Stewards signed up for Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, season 2009: Anne Jones, Graham Jones, Helen Jones, Robert Jones

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