Pursgloves of Sutton in Ashfield - [SUTA]

This area was first settled in Saxon times and appears in Domesday as 'Sotone'.  This area has an agricultural economy, though in later years there have been hosiery mills and stocking knitters.  In the later 20th century, many new industries were introduced as the town has close proximity to key road and rail links.

The parish church is dedicated to St Magdelene and dates from the 14th Century.

 

John Purselove [1579] married Anne Marriot on 8/12/1766

1911 Census: 8 Howard Street, Sutton-in-Ashfield (RG14, 20319, 428, 8)
William Joseph Pursglove [1127], Head, Married, 47, Coal Miner, born South Normanton, Derbyshire
Georgiana Pursglove, Wife Married, 47, born Folkingham, Lincolnshire
William Pursglove, Son, 13, School, born South Normanton, Derbyshire
Beatrice Pursglove, Daur, 10, School, born South Normanton, Derbyshire
Sarah Evelyn Pursglove, Daur, 7, born South Normanton, Derbyshire

Nottingham Probate, 31 Oct 1953: Georgiana Pursglove [2748] of Ranmore, Station Road, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, Widow, died 3 Aug 1953.  To Beatrice Pursglove, Spinster and Evelyn Birkin (Wife of Norman Birkin), Effects 941 5s. 4d.

Nottingham Probate, 8 Jun 1966: John Richard Purseglove of Braemar, Churchside, Huthwaite, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, died 2 Apr 1966.  To John Edward Purseglove and Roland Purseglove, Company Directors, 16299.

 

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