House Library 1816 to 1916
|Some major entries on this page:|
|He bought a books from the Library for:|
|8s 0d||8/12/1905||5s 0d||10/12/1906|
The picture is from the report in the Church Magazine
on the Church Congress held in Nottingham in 1897.
|Francis Newman Ellis
signature and letterhead of
[4022, 4206 & 4207]
|He bought books from the Library for:|
|6s 0d||27/4/1910||7s 0d||17/1/1914||5s 0d||1/2/1916|
|£1 1s 0d||12/1/1912||£1 11s 3d||20/2/1915|
William Enfield (b. 29/3/1741 in Sudbury, Suffolk; d. 3/11/1797 in Norwich)
m.(in Liverpool) Mary Holland (d.1830), daughter of Richard Holland of Liverpool.
This pedigree of the Enfield family is based on that by Phillimore (1910).
He was a lawyer and Town Clerk for Nottingham and he died aged 21.
m. Thomas Fletcher (1795-1851) of Liverpool.
Enfield (b. 1775 in Warrington; d. 16/4/1845 in Bramcote;
bur. St Nicholas, Nottingham)
m.(1800 in Worksop) Frances Henfrey (b.c.1778; d. 6/7/1844), daughter of Benjamin Henfrey of Worksop.
Henry was a solicitor and Town Clerk for Nottingham.
| William Enfield
(b. 9/7/1801 at Low Pavement, Nottingham; d.
10/3/1873 at 18 Low Pavement) m.(14/10/1835 in Lenton) Anne Needham,
daughter of Matthew Needham
of Lenton House, by Mary
daughter of William Manning of
Norwich. Like his father William was a
solicitor and Town Clerk for Nottingham.
|Henry Enfield (b.
24/6/1803; d. 23/7/1869 at Matlock).
m.(6/4/1841 at High Pavement Chapel)
Eliza Sara Needham, daughter of
of Lenton House. Henry was a lawyer.
||Mary Enfield (b. 4/2/1842)|
|Ellen Enfield (b. 24/11/1845; d. 1/9/1859)|
|Henry Enfield (b. 12/9/1849) m.(1833) Elise Schmidt of Dusseldorf. Henry was an artist.|
10/9/1806 at Houndsgate; d. 1884)
m.(12/8/1823 in Lenton) John Withers Dowson of Norwich.
|Edward Enfield (b
15/5/1811 in Nottingham; d. 21/4/1880 in
London; bur. in Woking)
m.(1: 3/10/1848 at Little Portland Street Chapel, London) Honora Taylor (b. 20/5/1815; d. 28/11/1849) daughter of John Taylor of Kensington and Ann Row Pring.
Honora was the sister of the John Taylor who married Harriet Enfield (see below).
Edward m.(2: 19/8/1854 in Berne, Switzerland) Harriett Roscoe, daughter of Henry Roscoe of Liverpool.
(b. 25/11/1849 in Kensington) m.
(14/1/1881 in Southport) Lucy Alice
Lawford, daughter of John
Lawford. Ernest lived at The Grove, Burton Joyce.
(b. 4/1/1882) of The Park.
of Sutton Bonnington.
of Sutton Bonnington.
of Sutton Bonnington.
She lived at Burton Joyce.
(b.26/12/1814; d. 26/6/1860) m.(16/7/1835 at
Bramcote) Septimus Dowson (d.
21/7/1884) of Gelderston, Norfolk.
(b. 25/2/1854; d. 12/11/1880).
(b. 31/12/1854 at Park Row)
Enfield (b. 18/6/1859)
|Anna Enfield (b. 17/11/1860)|
Enfield (b. 5/4/1817 at 18 Low Pavement; d. 23/4/1904 at
Bramcote; bur. at Bramcote)
m.(31/8/1852 at Gelderston) Mary Pendlebury Houghton Dowson (b. 12/12/1827 at Gelderston; d. 8/9/1884 at Oban, Argyllshire), daughter of Henry Gibson Dowson (d. 28/9/1826) of Gelderston.
(b. 14/3/1819; d. 27/12/1887 in London)
m. (19/10/1840 in Bramcote) John Taylor (b.c. 1809; d. 20/4/1881) of Mold, Flintshire).
John was the brother of the Honora Taylor who married Edward Enfield (see above).
|Agnes Frances Enfield She died as an infant and is buried at St Nicholas.|
m. Edward Bacon (b. 7/3/1870; d. 1847) of Norwich and London.
m. Robert Kinder (b.1807; d. 26/1/1854).
|The Enfield legal practice|
|Coldham & Enfield||Henry Enfield was articled to and became a partner of George Coldham (q.v.) who died in 1815.|
|Henry Enfield||Henry practised alone from 1815 to 1824.|
|Enfield & Son||In 1824 he was joined by his son William.|
|Enfield & Sons||In 1841 they were joined by Richard.|
|W. & R. Enfield||Henry died in 1845 leaving the two brothers in the legal practice.|
|W. & R. Enfield & Dowson||In 1861 they were joined by their nephew, Benjamin Dowson (q.v.), son of either Maria or of Anna.|
|Richard Enfield||Dowson retired in 1874 and Richard worked alone.|
|Enfield & Son||In 1880 Richard was joined by his son Henry Houghton Enfield.|
|Ernest William Enfield
|Henry Enfield (1773-1844)
|An item appeared on E-Bay in
This was a
Queen Victoriaaddressed to 'H. Enfield Esq Nottingham'
1841 Penny Red on a cover
It details charges for the printing and supply of the Nottingham Improvement Bill and the Nottingham Inclosure Bill dated 16 July 1844.
It was sent from 25 Parliament Street, London.
On the reverse it carries a Nottingham cancel for July 17th 1844.
information was kindly supplied by philatelist Paul Newman.
|Richard Enfield (1817-1904)
[4037 & 4139]
|William Enfield (1801-1873)
|She bought books from the Library for:|
|1s 0d||7/1/1913||6s 0d||16/11/1914|
|12s 0d||16/12/1913||5s 0d||28/12/1915|
|Building works in Nottinghamshire by Evans & Jolley include:|
|St Leonard's, Newark||1871||Enlargement of the Children's Hospital, Postern Street||1877|
|Royal Insurance Building, Victoria Street, later the Art Gallery||1872||The chancel windows at All Saints, Cotgrave||1877-8|
|The south aisle at St Mary Magdalen, Hucknall||1872-4)||Our Lady and St Patrick's Roman Catholic church, London Road||1880|
|Board School, Bath Street||1874||Brunt's School, Mansfield||1891|
|The chancel at St Peter's||1875|
|They were responsible for the laying out of:|
|Sherwood Rise||1845-50||Mapperley Road||c.1880|
|Alexandra Park||c.1854||Mapperley Park||c.1880|
and signature of
[3949 & 4224]
|His death was noted at the
General Meeting on
16/4/1912 and it was recorded that he had been .....
|'a Trustee of the Library, a former President and for many years a very active and useful member of the Committee'.|
|A letter of sympathy was sent to a Miss Evans at South Road, The Park (4/11/1911).|
portraits and the signature of
[4262, 4059 & 4249]
|Among other buildings that came under his influence were:|
|the Thomas Forman Printing Works on Hucknall Road,||the outpatient department of the General Hospital.|
|The Nurses Memorial Home opposite the Castle;|
The signature of