UK National Archives

Miscellaneous Ramsdale Entries

The National Archives

Name: Robert Ramsdale

Rank: W/Bdr, L/Sgt.

Number: 1113442.

Regiment: 9th Survey Regiment, Royal Artillery.

Award: Military Medal.

Theatre of War: North West Europe.

Folio(s): 148

24 January 1946

1 Nov 1945-24 Jan 1946

James Ramsdale

Born HINLEY, Lancashire

Served in 2nd Foot Guards

Discharged aged 36

1800-1817

WO 97/202 Foot Guards: Rab – Rei

John Ramsdale

Born BROMSGROVE, Worcestershire

Served in 1st Foot Regiment

Discharged aged 36

1826-1844

WO 97/235 1st Foot: Port – Rya

Thomas Ramsdale

Born ATHERTON, Lancashire

Served in 6th Foot Regiment

Discharged aged 24

1811-1816

WO 97/284 6th Foot: Mos – Rey

Charles Ramsdale

Born LEICESTER, Leicestershire

Served in 18th Foot Regiment; 55th Foot Regiment

Discharged aged 37

1798-1818

WO 97/391  18th Foot: Raf – Swi

James Ramsdale

Born ATHERTON, Lancashire

Served in 48th Foot Regiment

Discharged aged 39

1803-1813

WO 97/627  48th Foot: Pag – Sma

Robert Ramsdale

Born UNSLETT, Yorkshire

Served in Yorkshire Fencibles; Rifle Brigade

Discharged aged 44

Covering date gives year of discharge.

1816

WO 97/1086  Rifle Brigade: Pra – Rog

William Ramsdale

Born LEIGH, Lancashire

Served in 38th Foot Regiment; 70th Foot Regiment; 2nd Royal Veteran Battalion; 95th Foot Regiment; Royal Marines

Discharged aged 49

1792-1815

WO 97/1119  2nd Battalion, Veterans: McA – Rus

Moses Ramsdale

Born STRETTON, Nottinghamshire

Served in Royal Horse Artillery

Discharged aged 31

1811-1818

WO 97/1257  Royal Artillery: Qua – Rei

William Ramsdale

Born [Not Known]

Served in 2nd Royal Veteran Battalion

Discharged aged [Not Known] after 20 years 3 months of service

Original certificate of discharge missing. Residence or place where pension paid stated in document.

See film image (Part 1) 301

1815

WO 121/184  Certificates of Service and related correspondence

James Ramsdale

Born [Not Known]

Served in 2nd Foot Guards; 7th Royal Veteran Battalion

Discharged aged [Not Known]

Original certificate of discharge missing. Residence or place where pension paid stated in document.

See film image 24

1821

WO 121/198  Certificates of Service and related correspondence

Capt E D K Ramsdale

1911-1921

Subseries within WO 339  Officers Services (including civilian dependants, and military staff appointments): Long Number Papers

Grace Ramsdale

01/01/1914 - 31/12/1920

Subseries within WO 399   Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Military Nursing Service

Records of the Board of Trade and of successor and related bodies

No. of Company: 134997; Ramsdale Steam Trawling Company Ltd.

1914

BT 31  Board of Trade: Companies Registration Office: Files of Dissolved Companies

No. of Company: 203681; Ramsdale & Smith Ltd.

1925

BT 31  Board of Trade: Companies Registration Office: Files of Dissolved Companies

MH  Records created or inherited by the Ministry of Health and successors, Local Government Boards and related bodies

Folios 403-404. Letter from H Davis, District Auditor, to the Poor Law Board, referring to accounts for parish of Egmanton, where he has disallowed £1:11:0 as a payment made by William Wright and George Sudbury, the overseers of the poor. The amount was paid to Burnaby and Denman, solicitors, for obtaining an order for removal of a pauper, Hannah Ramsdale.

There is also a note from the overseers of the poor asking that they be excused as the money was paid in ignorance.

23 April 1863

MH 12/9532 Southwell 341. (Described at item level).

Folios 406-406a. Draft letter from the Poor Law Board, to William Wright and George Sudbury, overseers of Egmanton; and auditors report referring to the disallowance of £1:11:0 by Mr Davis, District Auditor.

They also ask for facts relating to the case of Hannah Ramsdale, pauper, and the grounds on which the overseers decided to confirm an order of removal.

25 May 1863

MH 12/9532  Southwell 341. (Described at item level).

Folio 457. Letter from William Wright and George Sudbury, overseers of the poor, Egmanton, to the Poor Law Board, advising that Sarah Ramsdale and her child were removed from the parish because she left her child in the parish so that it became chargeable; they apprehended her and obtained an order of removal.

2 June 1863

MH 12/9532  Southwell 341. (Described at item level).

Folio 458. Reply from the Poor Law Board, to William Wright and George Sudbury, overseers of the poor, Egmanton. They had requested details of Hannah Ramsdale; not Sarah Ramsdale.

15 June 1863

MH 12/9532  Southwell 341. (Described at item level).

Folio 460. Letter from William Wright and George Sudbury, Egmanton overseers of the poor, to the Poor Law Board, clarifying that Sarah Ramsdale was the person removed from the parish; the solicitors made the mistake in the bill for confirmation of the order.

Hannah Ramsdale, mother of Sarah Ramsdale, was removed from the parish in 1835.

20 June 1863

MH 12/9532  Southwell 341. (Described at item level).

Folios 462-463. Letter from H J Davis, district auditor, to the Poor Law Board, replying that he has nothing to add to his original report on the disallowance of the solicitor's fees in the [Sarah Ramsdale] case.

30 June 1863

MH 12/9532  Southwell 341. (Described at item level).

Folios 464-465. Letter from the Poor Law Board, to William Wright and George Sudbury, overseers of the poor, Egmanton, regarding their appeal against the disallowance of £1:11:0 by Mr Davis [District Auditor].

The Board upholds the disallowance but in the circumstances is prepared to remit the disallowance in the exercise of equitable jurisdiction in the case of [Sarah Ramsdale]. Letter copied to Davis.

28 September 1863

MH 12/9532  Southwell 341. (Described at item level).

Folios 466-467. Draft letter from the Poor Law Board, to William Wright and George Sudbury, Egmanton overseers of the poor, sending a copy of the order remitting the disallowance and surcharge. [Case of Sarah Ramsdale].

31 October 1863

MH 12/9532  Southwell 341. (Described at item level).

J  Records of the Supreme Court of Judicature and related courts

Name of Company: Ramsdale Properties (Streatham) Ltd

1937

No. of Court File: 0067-37

J 13  Supreme Court of Judicature: High Court of Justice, Companies Court: Companies (Winding-up) Proceedings

Imperial Mercantile Credit Association Ltd. v. Ramsdale re Thompson

1875

Suit: claim

J 46  Chancery and Supreme Court of Judicature, High Court of Justice, Chancery Division: Master Chandler's Papers

Divorce Court File: 3205. Appellant: John Boardman. Respondent: Harriet Boardman. Co-respondent: [...] Ramsdale. Type: Husband's petition for divorce [hd].

1874

J 77/144  

Divorce Court File: 6739. Appellant: Alice Gertrude Bardsley. Respondent: William Ramsdale Bardsley. Type: Wife's petition for judicial separation [WJS].

1915

J77/1208

Divorce Court File: 1715. Appellant: Matthew Hogg. Respondent: Jane Hogg. Co-respondent: James Ramsdale. Type: Husband's petition for divorce [hd].

1918

J77/1362

Divorce Court File: 1601. Appellant: John Joseph Osborne. Respondent: Daisy Amy Muriel Osborne. Co-respondent: [...] Ramsdale. Type: Husband's petition for divorce [hd].

1920

J77/1659

HO  Records created or inherited by the Home Office, Ministry of Home Security, and related bodies

WAPENTAKE: Whitby-Strand PARISH: Fylingdales TOWNSHIP: Ramsdale

1841

HO 107/1265  Yorkshire (North Riding)

Registration District: 531. WHITBY (Street Indexed) Registration Sub-District: 2 Whitby ff.155-618 Parish: Fylingdales Hamlet: Ramsdale

1851

HO 107/2374  Yorkshire - North Riding

HO  Records created or inherited by the Home Office, Ministry of Home Security, and related bodies

Division within HO  Criminal Department

HO 47  Home Office: Judges' Reports on Criminals

HO 47/60  Reports on criminals: correspondence. (Described at item level).

Report of J Richardson on 4 individual petitions (the prisoner; J W Parkins; Matthias Ramsdale; and Thomas Widdows) on behalf of Thomas Skinner, gardener and agricultural labourer of Clapton [Middlesex], convicted at the Old Bailey in September 1820 for bestiality with a mare on 18 June 1820. There are certificates of good character for the prisoner from William Coldham, Philip Snewire[?], Overseer of Hackney; John Clapham, Despar Rumors, James Brown, Thomas Pratt, J R Trigg, collector of the parochial rates for Hackney; John Fieldwick, John White, John Rumbal, Thomas Rumbalow, John Crook Taylor, Captain Robert Harwood, William Laythoarp, John Crook, M W Bailey, Thomas Parker and William Bonsor; a letter from T Widdows to the prisoner; a letter from the prisoner; a covering letter from Mr Langmore; a letter regarding certified copies of documents from Sheffif Parkins; 3 letters from J W Parkins; a letter from John Mullett; a copy of a letter to Peter Alley; a report from Alderman J J Smith; sworn statements by Thomas Davis, William Field and Benjamin Percival [all 1 document]; depositions by Thomas Skinner, John Lancaster, James Hannahway, Sarah Crook, John Crook, Elizabeth Connor, Sarah Ann Skinner, daughter of Thomas Skinner; Ann Skinner, wife of Thomas Skinner; Thomas Widdows, owner of the mare; Ensign John Mullett and William Griffiths, drummer (both of the 1st Regiment of Tower Hamlet Militia). Grounds for clemency: the defence had failed to present evidence that the sole witness to the crime had a history of insanity, the witness had previously been confined in Mr Warburton's Asylum, the prisoner is lame, the act itself improbable in its duration and frequency, the prisoner would not be able to stand on the edge of a stable bucket to perform the act and the mare was known to be 'spirited'. Initial sentence: death. Recommendation: mercy as there is sufficient doubt of the prisoner's guilt. Folios 89-159.

1820 Nov 11

ED  Records created or inherited by the Department of Education and Science, and of related bodies

Division within ED  General records created or inherited by the Department of Education and Science and predecessors

ED 70  Board of Education: Practical Instruction Centres Files

Subseries within ED 70  ENGLAND - COUNTIES

Subsubseries within ED 70  HAMPSHIRE

Ramsdale Village Hall

1930

ED  Records created or inherited by the Department of Education and Science, and of related bodies

Division within ED  General records created or inherited by the Department of Education and Science and predecessors

ED 70  Board of Education: Practical Instruction Centres Files

Subseries within ED 70  ENGLAND - COUNTIES

Subsubseries within ED 70  HAMPSHIRE

Wootton St. Lawrence, Ramsdale

1924

ED  Records created or inherited by the Department of Education and Science, and of related bodies

Division within ED  Records of the Elementary Branch and predecessors

ED 21  Ministry of Education and predecessors: Public Elementary School Files

Subseries within ED 21  HAMPSHIRE

Subsubseries within ED 21  Wootton St. Lawrence

Ramsdale Council School

1875-1913

ED  Records created or inherited by the Department of Education and Science, and of related bodies

Division within ED  Records of the Medical Branch, the Special Education Branch, and predecessors

ED 32  Department of Education and Science and predecessors: Medical Branch and Special Services Branch: Special Schools' Files

Subseries within ED 32  NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

Arnold, Ramsdale Park Special School (ESN)

1945-1950

ED  Records created or inherited by the Department of Education and Science, and of related bodies

Division within ED Records of the Medical Branch, the Special Education Branch, and predecessors

ED 32  Department of Education and Science and predecessors: Medical Branch and Special Services Branch: Special Schools' Files

Subseries within ED 32  NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

Arnold, Ramsdale Park Special School (ESN)

1950-1954

ED  Records created or inherited by the Department of Education and Science, and of related bodies

Division within ED  Records of the Inspectorate

ED 195  Ministry of Education and Department of Education and Science: HM Inspectorate: Reports on Special Education Establishments

Subseries within ED 195  ENGLAND: COUNTIES

ED 195/212  Counties

Nottinghamshire:Ramsdale Park Residential School

C  Records created, acquired, and inherited by Chancery, and also of the Wardrobe, Royal Household, Exchequer and various commissions

Division within C  Records of Equity Side: the Six Clerks

C 13  Court of Chancery: Six Clerks Office: Pleadings 1801-1842

Subseries within C 13   Division Two (Winter, Johnson and Turton): pleadings filed in the Six Clerks Office occupied successively by Winter, Johnson and Turton

C 13/826  Single Bills, 1824: described at item level

Johnson v Ramsdale. Bill only

1824

C  Records created, acquired, and inherited by Chancery, and also of the Wardrobe, Royal Household, Exchequer and various commissions

Division within C  Records of Equity Side: The Clerk of Records and Writs

C 14  Court of Chancery: Clerks of Records and Writs Office: Pleadings 1842-1852

Subseries within C 14  Pleadings starting in 1843, and continuing thereafter

C 14/38  Pleadings (by A plaintiffs) started in 1843. Described at item level

1843 A74.

Ashworth v Ramsdale. Bill only

1843

C  Records created, acquired, and inherited by Chancery, and also of the Wardrobe, Royal Household, Exchequer and various commissions

Division within C  Records of Equity Side: The Clerk of Records and Writs

C 14  Court of Chancery: Clerks of Records and Writs Office: Pleadings 1842-1852

Subseries within C 14  Pleadings starting, or being revived, in 1846 and continuing thereafter

C 14/594  Pleadings (by R plaintiffs) started or revived in 1846. Described at item level

1846 R73.

Ramsdale v Ramsdale. Bill, certificate, two answers and replication

1846

C  Records created, acquired, and inherited by Chancery, and also of the Wardrobe, Royal Household, Exchequer and various commissions

Division within C  Records of Equity Side: The Clerk of Records and Writs

C 15  Court of Chancery: Clerks of Records and Writs Office: Pleadings 1853-1860

Subseries within C 15  Pleadings originally filed in 1856 and added to thereafter

C 15/309  Pleadings (by L plaintiffs) started or revived in 1856. Described at item level

1856 L44. Lacey v Ramsdale. Bill, interrogatories, four answers

1856

ADM  Records of the Admiralty, Naval Forces, Royal Marines, Coastguard, and related bodies

Division within ADM  Records of Royal Marines

ADM 157  Admiralty: Royal Marines: Attestation Forms

Subseries within ADM 157  Plymouth Division - Attestations and Discharges 1805-1883

ADM 157/305  Plymouth Division - Attestations and discharges. Described at item level

Folios 231-244. Thomas Ramsdale, born Lancashire.

Attestation papers to serve in the Royal Marines at Woolwich 1859 (when aged 18).

Discharged 1880 as Length of Service.

Transferred to Plymouth 1869.

1859-1880

ADM  Records of the Admiralty, Naval Forces, Royal Marines, Coastguard, and related bodies

Division within ADM  Records of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

ADM 337  Admiralty: Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve: Records of Service, First World War

Subseries within ADM 337  RNVR Officers Records

Subsubseries within ADM 337  Officers Service Record Volumes

ADM 337/118  RNVR Officers Service Record. Most entries have two men per page. Described at item level.

Page: 4.

Wilfred H Dowman.

Douglas Q Ramsdale.

Service record as RNVR Officer.

1914-1915

PCOM  Records created or inherited by the Prison Commission and Home Office Prison Department

PCOM 4  Home Office and Prison Commission: Female Licences

PCOM 4/13  Licence numbers: 1201-1300. Piece described at item level.

Licence Number: 1249.

Name: Elizabeth Adams.

Convicted of: Larceny: stealing 5 silk handkerchiefs and 5 satin handkerchiefs, the property of Joseph Ramsdale.

Court of Conviction: City of Bristol Sessions, Gloucestershire.

Date of Conviction: 10 April 1860.

Age on Conviction: 20.

Sentence: 3 years penal servitude.

Place of Abode: [Not given].

1862 Sept 30

E  Records of the Exchequer, and its related bodies, with those of the Office of First Fruits and Tenths, and the Court of Augmentations

Division within E  Records of the King's Remembrancer

E 134  Exchequer: King's Remembrancer: Depositions taken by Commission

Subseries within E 134  Charles I

Sir John Banks, knight (Attorney-General), "by information." v. The mayor and burgesses of the town of Kingston-on-Hull, Sir John Lister, knight, Nich. Denman, mayor, Hen. Barnard, Jas. Watkinson, John Ramsdale alias Ramsden, Coniston Wrightington, Joseph Thwing, Alexr. Swan, Willm. Popple, John White, Wm. Foxley, Hugh Turton, Peregrine Pelham.: Castle and north and south block-houses in Kingston-on-Hull. Repairs, artillery, garrison, &c., &c., and the manors of Kingston-on-Hull, Sutton, Myton, and Tupcoats, &c. Value, &c.: Kingston-upon-Hull and York.

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