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  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: Derbyshire Resources

    Various Directories covering Glossop from 1821 to 1850. Fully searchable and indexed by surname. http://www.gjh.me.uk/resource.htm Pigot's Commercial Directory of Derbyshire 1835 http://web.archive.org/web/20100826160323/http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/DBY/Pigot1835/index.html Melbourne,...

    Started by christanel‎, 25-06-2015 4:56 AM
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  1. Question Anna Rencorne - who was she ?

    In 1702 Anna Rencorne was married to Godfrey Hadfield DBY Chesterfield. The entry in the register is quite clearly written, and this is where my tree stops |banghead| I have trawled registers, BMD, IGI, 1881 Census, Ancestry, (all sites), European and transatlantic sites and message boards to...

    Started by BeeE586‎, 16-02-2005 2:14 AM
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  2. An architectural feature - suggestions please

    Hello Friends I am seeking assistance from you, especially those amongst us with some experience in old architectural features, to identify a feature of an old country house that is on the outskirts of the village of Glapwell, Derbyshire. I am not allowed to post an attachment hereto, hence I...

    Started by Jack Richards‎, 01-02-2005 8:35 PM
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  3. John Calladine b.quarter ended Dec 1849

    Hello. My ancestor is the above and he was born in Burton-Upon-Trent in Derbyshire, I think. Would anyone be able to confirm this for me please or find him with his family in the 1851 census at age 1-2 yrs. of age or 1861 census, age 10-12 years of age. His father was Joseph Calladine. I do not...

    Started by Shannon‎, 10-01-2005 3:46 AM
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  4. Question Blagden's of Bakewell

    Hi - I am seeking any information on the BLAGDEN family who are showing on the 1881 census as living at 3 Oak Yard, Bakewell. The names of interest are: GEORGE (head) age 61 ANN (wife) age 54 and their children Ann, Grace, Elizabeth, Fanny, George, William Ann's father...

    Started by Anne K‎, 24-01-2005 12:59 AM
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  5. Exclamation how big is barrow hill near staveley?

    Hello my greatgrandparents gave barrow hill as their dwelling place on their marriage certificate in 1874. They were WILLIAM CLARKE and MARIA PACKWOOD. William was a railway guard, Maria the daughter of a gas manager. I know barrow hill still has links with the railway but how big was it in...

    Started by kath‎, 15-10-2004 4:13 PM
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  6. FAIR(E)Y Family

    Kia ora i have Fairey family connections to Derby -Ripley, St Alkmund. Any other descendants out here researching? If so I have a lot of info pre 1901 but am floundering after that as my ancestors came to NZ in 1878. Would love to hear from anyone connected. Regards Marlene

    Started by Marlene Dale‎, 18-01-2005 12:09 PM
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  7. Smile Marshall's from clowne

    I'm looking for info on the marshalls from clowne, especially George Marshall b.1858 and Frank b.1887. Frank wed Ellen coalwood in 1908. hope someone can help,thanks. debbie

    Started by debbienoon‎, 08-01-2005 12:36 AM
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  8. Winson/Finney marriage

    The first known child of the marriage of Thomas Winson to Mary Ann or Marianne Finney was baptized in Crich in 1863. Thomas Winson was of Crich and Marianne of STS Ellastone. No marriage has been found in either place, not anywhere else on IGI, or in BMD, There is no evidence of a previous...

    Started by BeeE586‎, 21-12-2004 2:00 AM
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  9. Smile Names Interest - Wild / Clayton

    Hello Does anyone have an interest in the names Wild and Clayton in the Mellor / New Mills / Hayfield / Glossop area in the late 1700's early 1800's

    Started by Donald Brockbank‎, 04-11-2004 4:12 PM
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    30-12-2004, 12:21 AM Go to last post
  10. Fretwells in Derbyshire

    My ancestor John Fretwell married Mary Odell in Barford, Warwickshire, April 1773. I haven't been able to find him in Warwickshire PRs prior to the marriage but the name frequently appears in Derbyshire. Does anyone researching Fretwells in Derbyshire know of a John Fretwell who left the...

    Started by O Sansom‎, 08-12-2004 4:43 AM
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  11. HYSETT and/or BOALER in Killamarsh

    Samuel HYSETT, b. 1830 Clowne, Dby, married Susannah BATTY b. 1834 Killamarsh and subsequently produced a number of children and grandchildren. The BMD entries for this family use both the names HYSETT (and variations of the spelling) and BOALER during the period 1850 to 1920. The name HYSETT...

    Started by Jon Whiting‎, 22-12-2004 12:48 PM
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  12. Remembrance Day and an RCAF crashed aircraft

    On the 21/22 March 1944, a Halifax LK930 Bomber attached to the Royal Canadian Air Force (R.C.A.F.) with mostly Canadian airmen on board set off from Dishforth, Yorkshire on a mission. A few hours later, it crashed in my tiny home village with the loss of 3 lives. Some crew members bailed out. ...

    Started by Jack Richards‎, 15-11-2004 9:24 PM
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  13. Derbyshire 1841 Census CD's Released Today

    Hi All, We at The Archive CD Books Project have today released the Derbyshire 1841 Census, both as a full county set and as individual CD's for those who only wish to research a particular part of the county. Scanned in greyscale to the highest possible quality, the images on the CDs are...

    Started by Rob Dewsall‎, 24-11-2004 4:31 PM
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  14. Question puzzle in Milford

    Hi I have an address in Milford of 59 Hopping Hill. From census information given me I know that in 1871 RG10 3578 folio 62 pg 18 MARY BRINDLEY 47 born Belper widow of JOHN BRINDLEY lived there with her family This includes my great grandfather SAMUEL BRINDLEY b. 1855 Milford....

    Started by kath‎, 27-11-2004 8:24 PM
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  15. HOGG family of Normanton, Derby

    Does anyone have any connections with of knowledge of the following family who lived in Derby from about 1893 onwards, please? William James HOGG b. c1862 New Brighton CHS m: 1883 Stoke-on-Trent STS Louisa A. SCHOLES b. c1867 Newcastle-under-Lyme STS Children: - Beatrice M. HOGG b. c1884...

    Started by Brett‎, 21-11-2004 4:12 AM
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  16. Question Loversuch

    I have a Robert Loversuch who is said to be born in Derby. Robert went out to India 1784, in 1806 he was in Capt. Manderville's Coy. 2nd Batt. European Artillery. His Daughter Ann was born in 1789 in India her mother is Ann? Can anyone help more in finding out about Robert his Parents & where &...

    Started by lostfamilies‎, 17-11-2004 3:17 PM
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  17. James William Dunwell

    My great uncle James William Dunwell was Killed in a railway accident at Chesterfield whilst on leave from WW1 on 11th February 1916. Iwant to know which local newspaper's are likely to have a report of the accident and if any local library has copies on micro film. ...

    Started by peterdob‎, 12-10-2004 7:01 PM
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  18. Smile Brea(r)ley family of Newhall

    I had posted my family tree on genes reuinited, I had a note from someone descended from the same branch of the family who were nearly all miners from Newhall. The problem is that we have different parents for the couple in question. I had John Brealey (1712) and Ann Nadin (1703) as the parents...

    Started by Cymraes38‎, 10-11-2004 12:49 PM
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    11-11-2004, 7:18 PM Go to last post
  19. Powdrill Look-Up 1861 Please

    I would very much like a look up if at all possible on the 1861 Census for Church Greasley: The Family name in question is: William Powdrill b 1821 Breedon on the Hill married to Ann ? According to the 1851 census for the area of Church Greasley they had 2 children Fanny b1846

    Started by cazzie421‎, 10-11-2004 2:19 AM
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  20. Question Shakespears of Derbyshire

    Hi folks, Have some info on my Shakespear ancestors but am unable to go back further than John 1816 and his brother Joseph 1819, both of Church Gresley. Can anyone get me further back than that? I would be delighted to hear from you.

    Started by Cymraes38‎, 10-11-2004 2:03 PM
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