- On the death of Herbert Swanwick (5th Nov 1850) the property is formally assigned to his widow, Mrs Ethel Mary Swanwick;
- Herbert Swanwick’s Will was dated 16th June 1944.
- Assignment is dated 11th May 1851
- Signed by Ethel Mary Swanwick (witnessed by solicitor’s clerk)
- And Ernest Edman Blanchard
- It would appear that Herbert and Ethel Swanwick had no children of their own:
- George Swanwick (born 1971) was the brother of Herbert Swanwick.
- Census 1911 (Burner pool, Calverton, Notts):
- George Swanwick age 40, 1871, police constable – born Cotgrave
- Eliza Swanwick age 45, 1866 – born Cotgrave
- Cecil George Swanwick age 13, 1898 – born Cotgrave
- Reginald Thomas Swanwick age 7, 1904 – born Red Hill, Notts
- Ethel Amelia Swanwick age 5, 1906 – born Annesley Woodhouse, Notts
- Ernest Edman Blanchard was a co-executor of Herbert Swanwick’s Will:
- Ernest Edman Blanchard of The Firs, Kimberley – company director.
- He is the husband of Herbert & Ethel Swanwick’s niece, Ethel Amelia Swanwick.
- Born Q4 1903/28th August 1903 (Gainsborough, Lincs) – mother’s maiden name Prentice
- Electoral registers in 1925 place him in Kimberley, Nottm
- Marriage; Ernest E Blanchard to Ethel A Swanwick Q2 1931 (Mansfield District)
- 1939 Register; he is listed with his wife (Ethel A Blanchard) at The Firs, Main St. Swingate, Basford RD. He is a Director Manufacturer Baker and Confectioner.
- A later note has been added to his record – ‘Notts County Constabulary Chief, Kimberley Section’
- Dated 11th May 1951
- The personal representatives
- Of H Swanwick deceased
- Mrs EM Swanwick
- to the vesting of freehold property
- fronting to Town Street Hickling in
- the County of Nottingham
- Hunt Dickins & Willatt
- Document is fully typed – see summary notes, above and gallery, below.