See also

Family of James BUTTERY and Mary ATTEWELL

  • Husband:

  • James BUTTERY (1827-1849)

  • Wife:

  • Mary ATTEWELL (1825-1910)

  • Children:

  • William ATTEWELL (1846-1904)

  •  

  • Ann BUTTERY (1847-1917)

  •  

  • Elizabeth BUTTERY (1849-1921)

  • Marriage:

  • 22 Nov 1846

  • St. Peter, Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

Husband: James BUTTERY

  • Name:

  • James BUTTERY

  • Sex:

  • Male

  • Relatioinship::

  • great (x2) grandfather

  • Father:

  • John BUTTERY (1802-1852)

  • Mother:

  • Elizabeth DERRY (1802-1850)

  • Birth:

  • 1827

  • Attenborough, Nottinghamshire

  • Baptism:

  • 11 Feb 1827 (age 0)

  • St. Mary the Virgin, Attenborough, Nottinghamshire

  • Occupation:

  •  

  • Framework-knitter

  • Death:

  • 24 Mar 1849 (age 21-22)

  • Wilford, Nottinghamshire

  •  

  • Cause: Drowning

  • Inquest:

  • 23 Apr 1849 (age 21-22)

  • Manver's Arms, Radcliffe on Trent, Nottinghamshire

  • Burial:

  • 24 Apr 1849

  • St. Peter, Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

Wife: Mary ATTEWELL

  • Name:

  • Mary ATTEWELL

  • Sex:

  • Female

  • Relatioinship::

  • great (x2) grandmother

  • Father:

  • Samuel ATTEWELL (1797-1882)

  • Mother:

  • Maria SMITH (1798-1849)

  • Birth:

  • 1825

  • Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

  • Baptism:

  • 4 Sep 1825 (age 0)

  • St. Peter, Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

  • Census:

  • 30 Mar 1851 (age 25)

  • Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

  •  

  • Address: East Street

    Seamer

  • Census:

  • 7 Apr 1861 (age 35)

  • Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

  •  

  • Address: 4 East Street

    Seamstress

  • Census:

  • 2 Apr 1871 (age 47)

  • Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

  •  

  • Address: Leys

    Framework-knitter's wife as Mary Blood

  • Census:

  • 3 Apr 1881 (age 55)

  • Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

  •  

  • Address: Leys

    None

  • Census:

  • 5 Apr 1891 (age 66)

  • Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

  •  

  • Address: The Leys

    Stocking seamer

  • Census:

  • 31 Mar 1901 (age 76)

  • Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

  •  

  • Address: Asher Lane

    None

  • Death:

  • 18 May 1910 (age 85)

  • Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

  •  

  • Cause: Carcinoma of the Pyloris and Exhaustion

Child 1: William ATTEWELL

  • Name:

  • William ATTEWELL

  • Sex:

  • Male

  • Relatioinship::

  • great great-uncle

  • Spouse (1):

  • Elizabeth WIDDOWSON (1839-1879)

  • Spouse (2):

  • Ann BUTTERY (1848-1901)

  • Birth:

  • 1846

  • Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

  • Death:

  • 1904 (age 57-58)

  • Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

Child 2: Ann BUTTERY

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Ann BUTTERY

picture

Samuel JARVIS

  • Name:

  • Ann BUTTERY

  • Sex:

  • Female

  • Relatioinship::

  • great grandmother

  • Spouse (1):

  • Samuel JARVIS (1845-1892)

  • Spouse (2):

  • John GEE (1843- )

  • Birth:

  • 24 Feb 1847

  • Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

  • Census:

  • 30 Mar 1851 (age 4)

  • Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

  •  

  • Address: Wilford Lane

    None

  • Census:

  • 7 Apr 1861 (age 14)

  • Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

  •  

  • Address: 4 East Street

    Seamstress

  • Census:

  • 2 Apr 1871 (age 24)

  • Leicester, Leicestershire

  •  

  • Address: 2 Gosling Street

    None

  • Census:

  • 3 Apr 1881 (age 34)

  • Nottingham

  •  

  • Address: 7 Ryland Crescent, The Meadows

    None

  • Census:

  • 5 Apr 1891 (age 44)

  • Nottingham

  •  

  • Address: 105 Kirke White Street, Meadows

    None

  • Census:

  • 31 Mar 1901 (age 54)

  • Nottingham

  •  

  • Address: 72 Blackstone Street, The Meadows

  • Census:

  • 2 Apr 1911 (age 64)

  • Nottingham

  •  

  • Address: 1 Bunny Terrace

    House work

  • Death:

  • 27 Jun 1917 (age 70)

  • 1 Bunny Terrace, The Meadows, Nottingham

  •  

  • Cause: Carcinoma Uteri, Cardiac Asthema and Failure

  • Burial:

  • 30 Jun 1917

  • Nottingham General Cemetery

Child 3: Elizabeth BUTTERY

  • Name:

  • Elizabeth BUTTERY

  • Sex:

  • Female

  • Relatioinship::

  • great great-aunt

  • Spouse (1):

  • William BARNES (1845-1894)

  • Spouse (2):

  • Thomas NORTHRIDGE (1843- )

  • Birth:

  • 28 Jun 1849

  • Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

  • Christening (adult):

  • 1 Mar 1864 (age 14)

  • Ruddington Primitive Methodist, Nottinghamshire

  • Death:

  • 1921 (age 71-72)

  • Bulwell, Nottingham

Note on Husband: James BUTTERY (1)

Drowned at Wilford. Entry in Ruddington Burial Register gives his name as

Isaac. More information may be found in the coroners reports of the accident.

Note on Husband: James BUTTERY (2)

DISCOVERY OF ANOTHER BODY . - On Monday last, Mr. Coroner Brown held an inquest ( as Mr. Swann's substitute ) at the Manvers' Arms, Ratcliffe, upon the body of James Buttery, of Ruddington, who was missed some time back, late on a Saturday night. - George Blatherwick, game-keeper, of Ratcliffe, said that he was walking on the bank of the river Trent on the morning of the inquest, when he observed the body of a man floating in the water about four yards from the bank, and about three hundred yards below the wharfs at the above village. He procured assistance immediately, and took the body to the Manvers' Arms, The corpse appeared to have been in the water a considerable time. The body was dressed in a pair of cotton cord trowsers (sic) and a velveteen coat. Samuel Attewell, labourer, of Ruddington, said he had seen the body then lying at the Manvers' Arms and knew it to be the body of Buttery, who was aged 22, and a framework-knitter. He had married witness's daughter, and had been missing since the 24th March. He left the Carrington Arms that night a little before twelve o'clock, as witness had been informed, a little intoxicated. A new cap was found on the Wednesday after he was missing a little below Wilford-boat, near the bend in the river; and he had brought a new cap on the Saturday previous at Nottingham. Wm. Barratt, constable of Ratcliffe, added corroborative evidence and a verdict was returned, "Found drowned."

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"A MAN FOUND IN THE TRENT AT RADCLIFFE"

"The Nottingham Journal": 27th April 1849

On Monday morning, as Blatherwick, the gamekeeper, was going near the Trent side, he observed something in the water and thinking it a piece of Oil Cloth, or something of the kind, retired into the wood and procured a long pole, ( and with the ferret line he happened to have in his pocket ), succeeded in dragging it to the shore, when it proved to be the body of Samuel Buttery (sic), a Ruddington man, who was drowned near Wilford, a month since last Saturday night.

 

Note on Wife: Mary ATTEWELL

Mary had a number of illegitimate children after the death of her first husband James Buttery.