Not a Notts expert, but my family research does give one little knowledge!
It appears the baptism was at Stapleford which is pretty close to...
The only possibility I can find is a Sarah (Ann) Souton, aged 10,
with parents James and Sarah 1851 as Sowtan, Dad is born
Folkeston, at Elham...
The only Sarah I cannot see for 1871 is Sarah Quested.
Her birth is there and she is 6mths in 1841, there in 1851,
a servant in a pub in 1861, but...
Can't really find anything that fits on FreeBmd either. Folkestone
is in the Elham Reg Dist then.
I did wonder whether it could be a 'V' for a middle initial with maybe 'S'
for first of surname. Checking all Sarahs born circa 1841, Folkestone,...
Could be Hayele for Hayle, but not sure.
I see I wrote 'yeares' in a recent reply to you which is
how it is usually spelt in the transcriptions I...
Further to that, a bit more useless information.
The Giblets were a Meare family, I worked on them many
yeares ago, for Debretts Research Agency,...
The first is Meare. The other two are supposed to be Pennard,
that is West Pennard, but obviously ennumerator totally ignorant
of the place. Two...
I guess it is minus the final 'er'!
Weymouth Holy Trinity
1872 Oct 14 Richard Gunyon b 28 s Joseph G
Sarah Elizabeth Cook sp 24 d William C
You cracked it Sue!
William Cook h m 56 shoemaker Weymouth
Martha wife m 57 ditto
Mary J Cook dau 20 dressmaker Southampton...
Some nice pictures if you google 'the great house llanmaes'
particularly the first result!
Joalham I think!
The 1861 says Wadenhoe!
I had a look forward from what you are doing, they certainly came from
far and wide there didn't they?:)
Separate names with a comma.