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Ann Kennington was born 1813 in Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, and died in February 1884 in Dunholme, Lincolnshire. She married John Doubikin on 9 August 1836 in Reepham, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, son of James Doubikin and Sarah Rhoades. He was born 1803 in Wragby, Lincolnshire, and died 2 January 1888 in Bradford, Yorkshire.


Reepham Parish Register Transcription
Marriage: John Doubikin of Dunholme & Ann Kennington of this parish on 9th August 1836

John Doubikin was a widower, previously married to Elizabeth Wilson and had two children:

Dunholme Parish Register Transcription
Marriage:John Dowbiggen of this parish and Elizabeth Willson of this parish on 10 June 1828 in the presence of George Dowbekins and Abraham Robinson.

 
Children of John Doubikin and Elizabeth Wilson are:

Mary Anne Doubikin born 11 July 1830, Dunholme, Lincolnshire.
Sarah Doubikin born 16 September 1832, Dunholme, Lincolnshire.


John Doubikin was a carpenter of Dunholme. He took over as landlord of the Lord Nelson Inn in that village which had been in the hands of the Harrison family and their relatives for many years. Before John Doubikin it was kept by Jane Moffatt formerly Harrison, a widow and the sister of Mary Harrrison the wife of John Kennington, John Doubikin’s brother-in-law. By 1888 he was the landlord of the Station Hotel at nearby Langworth.

Children of Ann Kennington and John Doubikin are:

James Doubikin born on 7 September 1838, Dunholme, Lincolnshire and died in June 1909, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, age 70. He married Jane Green in June 1873 in Scarborough, Yorkshire. John was a licensed victualler and kept first the Station Hotel and finally the Lord Nelson. They had no children.

Betsey Doubikin was born in the first quarter of 1842, Dunholme, Lincolnshire and died after 1901. She married George Bonner, a shoemaker.

Children of Betsey Doubikin and George Bonner are:

Rosetta Bonner born 1865, Welton, Lincolnshire.
Florence Bonner born 1867, Welton, Lincolnshire.
Herbert Bonner born 1868, Welton, Lincolnshire.
Ernest bonner born 1869, Welton, Lincolnshire.
Walter Bonner born 1872, Welton, Lincolnshire.
Miriam Bonner born 1876, Welton, Lincolnshire.
Edith Bonner born 1879, Welton, Lincolnshire.
Laura Bonner born 1880, Welton, Lincolnshire.
Amelia Bonner born 1883, Welton, Lincolnshire.

St. Mary's Church, Welton
Lincoln Imp postcard published by K & S

George Fowler Doubikin was born in 1843 in Dunholme, Lincolnshire and died in 1919 in Didsbury, Lancashire. He was a gardener and married Sarah Ann Fletcher at Didsbury, Lancashire in 1875.

Children of George Doubikin and Sarah Fletcher are:

Ada Maude Doubikin born 1877, in Didsbury, Lancashire. She married Frederick Broadey Downes in 1900, in Chorlton, Lancashire
Fowler George Doubikin born in 1878, at Prestwick, Cheshire.


Thomas Doubikin was born in 1845, Dunholme, Lincolnshire and married Nancy Ellen Hensley in 1873 in Miller, Missouri.

Children of Thomas Doubikin and Nancy Hensley are:

Emma Syrilda Doubikin born 1873, Miller, Missouri, USA
Minnie Grace Doubikin born 1874 Miller, Missouri, USA
Elizabeth Ann Doubikin born 1875, Miller, Missouri, USA.
Mary Jane Doubikin born 1876, Miller, Missouri, USA.
Jane E Doubikin born 1878, Miller, Missouri, USA.
Dora Ellen Doubikin born 1879, Miller, Missouri, USA.
John Walter Doubikin born 1883, Miller, Missouri, USA.

John Doubikin was born in 1848, Dunholme, Lincolnshire. He died in March 1854 Dunholme, Lincolnshire and was buried there on 3 March 1854

Ann Doubikin was born 1856 in Dunholme, Lincolnshire. She married John Clay. He was born 1856 in Bradford, Yorkshire and was a warehouseman.

Children of Ann Doubikin and John Clay are:

John B Clay born 1879, Bradford, Yorkshire.
Laura M Clay born 1880, Bradford, Yorkshire.
Bertie Clay born 1881, Bradford, Yorkshire.
Lucy Clay born 1889, Bradford, Yorkshire.
Frank Clay born 1891, Bradford, Yorkshire.
Tom Clay born 1894 Bradford, Yorkshire
Mary Clay born 1897, Bradford, Yorkshire.
Minnie Clay born 1899, Bradford, Yorkshire.


Extract from the Parish Magazine, Dunholme
When John Doubikin died in 1888, a few days after the death of Jane Moffatt, the Vicar wrote:

'Our brother and neighbour, John Doubikin, at the advanced age of 84 years, went to Bradford to spend a few days with some members of his family, intending to return and spend Christmas Day with his son at Langworth, but it had been decreed otherwise by the Almighty Disposer of all events. He was siezed with bronchitis and quietly passed away on the second day of the present year'.


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