Person:William Nicholls (8)

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m. 5 Dec 1819
  1. William Nicholls1820 - 1822
  2. Mary Nicholls1823 - 1837
  3. Daniel William Nicholls1831 - 1901
Facts and Events
Name William Nicholls
Gender Male
Birth[1] 9 Aug 1820 Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, England
Christening[1] 8 Oct 1820 Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, England
Burial[2] 14 Mar 1822 Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, England

William Nicholls was born on 9th August 1820 and baptised two months later at Wheathampstead in Hertfordshire. He was the eldest son of Hannah Nicholls, formerly Filby, and her husband Daniel Nicholls, a labourer who had been a soldier in the militia before his marriage. The family lived at Ribbon Hall, which was on the Lower Luton Road between The Folly and Marshalls Heath to the west of Wheathampstead village.

Sadly young William died when he was only nineteen months old, being buried at Wheathampstead on 14th March 1822.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Church of England. Wheathampstead Parish Registers, Primary quality.
    BAPTISMS solemnized in the Parish of Wheathampstead in the County of Hertford in the Year 1820
    No.When BaptizedChild's Christian NameParent's NameAbodeQuality, Trade, or ProfessionBy whom the Ceremony was performed
    ChristianSurname
    354Born Aug[us]t 9th
    Baptized October 8th
    Will[ia]m son ofDaniel &
    Hannah
    NicholsRibbon HallLaborer
  2. Burials register, in Church of England. Wheathampstead Parish Registers, Primary quality.
    BURIALS in the Parish of Wheathampstead in the County of Hertford in the Year 1822
    No.NameAbodeWhen buriedAgeBy whom the Ceremony was performed
    252W[illia]m NichollsWheathamsteadMarch 14th18 monthsJ. Douton, Curate