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Interesting Gnosall People


Adam Blakeman - Gnosall born - founded Stratford, Connecticut Hickins – 3 generations at Audmore House Rev. Fearon Jenkinson 1774-1845 John Till, 1810-1901


The early Belcher family James Belcher 1800-1881, Farmer, had an “imposing Barn” in Gnosall, moved to Moreton Park Michael Belcher Sr (1793-1846) & Jr, (1819-1855) Butcher and farmer, lived on the High Street Thomas Belcher 1794-1852, Farmer, had a house in the centre of Gnosall and was at the Manor House by 1851 Ezekiel Butler, 1796-1851, farmer, butcher, publican Royal Oak Henry Green of Moreton, 1781-1849, farmer and landowner Richard Motteram Pearce, maltster and small farmer, 1796-1862 The Hall Family - long-time residents of Gnosall The Hargreaves family - Knightley Grange


Thomas Parton, Schoolmaster, 1791-1865 Elizabeth Sellman, 1781-1863, teacher at Gnosall Poorhouse


George Augustus Baddeley, Gnosall GP, 1823-1882 John Jones, Surgeon, 1780-1863


Joseph Badger, Gnosall parish clerk, 1796-1839 John Sydney Poppitt, 1900-2004, Shopkeeper - His fascinating life story. Joseph Stacey 1814 - 1887 Bertha Barnard 1847-1918, cook, insane attendant, midwife Thomas Bettelley, 1773-1859, governor of Gnosall Workhouse, 1823-1836 Gerrard Blackband, Grocer (1778-1853) William Blackband, Grocer (1812- ) Herbert Dewes 1821-1897, ribbon manufacturer & entrepreneur who married Richard Pearce’s daughter Betsey The Anchor and the Lowe Family
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