John BELLAMY of North Willingham
Susanna MOTLEY
George BELLAMY of Middle Rasen
Elizabeth PLASKITT
(Abt 1823-1904)


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  • Born: 1852, Glentham, Lincolnshire, England
  • Christened: 30 Jun 1852, Glentham, Lincolnshire, England 1
  • Married: 7 Aug 1876, Middle Rasen St. Peter & St. Paul, Lincolnshire, England 2
  • Buried: 11 May 1929, Canwick Road Cemetery, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England 3

  Research Notes:

In 1881 Mary A. Holman (28) of Caenby* and husband George Holman (28) of Heighington, labourer in iron works, were living at 15 Featherby Place, Lincoln St Botolph. Present were sons William (4), scholar, Frank (2), both of Lincoln.

* Mary's younger siblings were born in Caenby. Grentham is a village alongside.

In 1891 Mary A. Holman (36) of Caenby and husband George Holman (36) of Heighington, boiler maker, were living at Sincil Terrace, Little Bargate Street, Lincoln. Present were children (born in Lincoln): William (14), boiler maker apprentice, Frank (12), port errand boy, Annie (9), scholar, Thomas (4), Fanny E. (1)

In 1911 Mary Ann Holman (58) and husband George Holman (56), boiler maker, were living at 8 Otters Cottages Newark Road Lincoln. Present were children William (34), blacksmith striker, Frank (32), married, plainer, [and his wife] Annie (29)*, Tom (25), crane driver, married, [and his wife] Fanny (22)*, George (16), boiler maker

* There is some confusion here as Annie and Fanny were Frank and Thomas's sisters, though Frank, Thomas, Annie and Fanny were all married by this time—Frank to Frances Maplethorpe, Thomas to Ethel Hallam, Annie to Arthur Cliffe and Fanny to John Stone(s). While shown with their parents Frank and Annie also appear separately with their respective families.


Mary Ann Holman of Otters Cottage Lincoln St. Botolph died aged 75 years (burial record).

  Marriage Information:

Mary married George HOLMAN, son of Richard HOLMAN and Martha RICHARDSON, on 7 Aug 1876 in Middle Rasen St. Peter & St. Paul, Lincolnshire, England. (George HOLMAN was born on 18 Aug 1854 in Heighington, Lincolnshire, England and was buried on 22 Aug 1944 in Canwick Road Cemetery, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England, aged 89 years.)

  Marriage Notes:

George Holman, 22, bachelor, foundry laborer, of St. Michael' Parish Lincoln, son of Richard Holman, foundry laborer, and
Mary Ann Bellamy, 22 [sic], spinster, of Middle Rasen, daughter of George Bellamy, shepherd

Married after Banns

Witnesses: George Hoyes, Annie Holman


1 Glentham Parish Registers, Baptisms, p. 82, no. 651.

2 Middle Rasen Parish Registers, Marriages, p. 69, no. 137.

3 Lincolnshire Burials, Ref. F369.

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