7 ODINGSELLS mar. England 1599-1712 John Thomas Gabriel Katherine Anne Paul Eliz
I have found this little group of ODINGSELLS marriages in resources at Ancestry. Some of the dates at the beginning of years were listed with two years, I am sure to indicate the 'old calendar' and the new. Please forgive me if I don't get off on a tangent researching THAT detail, admittedly I have forgotten how it worked.
From a book of abstracts of marriage licenses in Nottingham, England (we are often reminded that getting a license is not a guarantee that the marriage took place.)
11 April 1591, John ODINGZELLS, gentleman, & Susan HARTOPPE, of Burton cum Bulcote; at same.
23 January 1599/1600, Thomas ODINGSELLS, of Epperstone, gentleman, to Alice GELSTHORP of Whatton; at same.
25 February 1605/1606, Katherine ODINGSELLS, daughter of Gabriel ODINGSELLS, late of Boulcote [Bulcote], gentleman deceased; at Epperstone & Henry BROME, of Calneton als. Caunton, gentleman.
7 February 1607, Anne ODINGSELLS, daughter of Gabriel ODINGSELLS, esq; & Thomas RIDGELY, of Newark on Trent, M.A.; at Epperstone [Bond by John ODINGSELLS of Epperstone, esq.]
[next appears to be next generation cv]
28 June 1620, Issabell ODINGSELLS, daughter of John ODINGSELLS, of Epperstone, esq. & Samuell CLUD, of Arnold, gentleman; at Epperstone [Bond by Thomas ODINGSELLS of Epperstone, gentleman.]
22 June 1668, Paul ODINGSELLS, of Rest Park, county York, gentleman, & Marie FOTHERGILL, of Epperstone, spr[does this mean "spinster"?? cv]
[The following record is from a different source at Ancestry.com, the Records of marriage licenses applied for at the "Falculty Office" in Knightrider Street, London. cv]
September 1712, Elizabeth ODINGSELLS, to Samuel MORLEY
This is all I have at the moment on these ODINGSELLS, it appears to me as though the first four, John, Thomas, Katherine and Anne may be siblings, therefore all children of an early Gabriel ODINGSELLS. Of course they may be cousins, with only the women being sisters, both daugthers of Gabriel.
I intend to try to find more information about "Epperstone" to see if it is a town or a family estate. I imagine that it must be within Nottingham.
Hope this helps someone! I would love to know more about these folks.