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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. 1841 Census lookup

    This post was originally on the London forum - abandoned as I was on the wrong track. On the 1851 Census there is a THOMAS family living at Darby Building, 180 Oak Rd, West Bromwich. John 51, Martha 50 John 18, (an engineer born in Derby), William 14 & Joseph aged 11. I thought I had found...

    Started by ch0pend0z‎, 08-05-2010 12:12 AM
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  2. My Derbyshire Surnames and Dates

    Sales. Duckmanton, Dronfield 1700+ Pendleton. Clay Cross, 1750+ Wilbraham. Clay Cross, 1800+ Else. Clay Cross, North Wingfield, 1700+ Smedley. Eckington, Brimington, Dronfield, 1760+ Levick. Eckington, Norton, 1600+ Thorp. Hathersage, 1700+ Unwin. Duckmanton, 1780+ Wain. Clay Cross,...

    Started by Nigel‎, 26-01-2008 1:29 PM
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  3. Question Ruth OLDHAM late LARGE late RIDALL nee ?

    Hi Everyone Trying to find the maiden name of Ruth LARGE, who married Joseph OLDHAM at All Saints Glossop 25 Sep 1867. Ruth was born in Edale abt. 1805 and died Hayfield 1878. Ruth RIDALL married Simon LARGE in 1839 Chapel-en-le-Frith. Simon (b. 1786) died 16 May 1852 at Oller Brook Edale....

    Started by JillianR‎, 27-04-2010 2:49 AM
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  4. Irish Immigration in Peak District-1600's

    Greetings. I am a serious Derbyshire researcher! Most of my family lived in either Derbyshire or Notts. Rosemary Lockie put me onto a long lost ggrandmother (4) named Charity Dooley. She was married in Eckington in mid 1700's but born in Eyam! I've traced the family to Great Longstone nr Bakewell....

    Started by kkopec‎, 28-12-2006 8:28 PM
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  5. Samuel Garlick/Deborah Harrison- Glossop 1798

    I am looking for the parents of both/either/or Samuel Garlick and Deborah Harrison married 4 January 1798 in Glossop, Derbyshire. Their children were: Betty Garlick Martha Garlick (may have married Joseph Harrop) Mary Garlick (may have married William Bardsley) Samuel Garlick (married Mary Ann...

    Started by LynneOz‎, 12-04-2010 12:29 PM
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    13-04-2010, 11:49 AM Go to last post
  6. Smile DNA Testing

    Hi, I like many exploring their family history have hit numerous brick walls and ultimately the paper has stopped. I decided to have a DNA test done to see if I matched with anyone of a similar surname, the test I decided to have was a Y37 marker test by a popular on line company which...

    Started by paul1801‎, 13-02-2010 7:10 PM
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    25-03-2010, 4:20 PM Go to last post
  7. Glossop Heritage - Local & Family History

    Glossop Heritage Trust is a registered charity which used to run a Heritage Centre in the town. Unfortunately, last year, as a result of losing income from local government cutbacks the Centre had to close, although the Trust is still going. Part of the resulting upheaval meant that I became...

    Started by Guest‎, 23-02-2010 3:04 PM
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    22-03-2010, 4:39 PM Go to last post
  8. Severne family

    I am seeking information about Francis Severne , Jeweller, of Derby. The IGI records him as b. abt. 1783 of St Peter's Derby, no parents named. He married Louisa Wright of Derby in 1810 at All Saints. In Glovers Directory 1829 he is listed as a Member of the Corporate Body (some kind of...

    Started by LSin3‎, 08-03-2010 10:56 PM
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  9. Robert/Jacob Marshall Hayfield Derbyshire

    Intuitively I feel that Robert Marshall b. 1808 is my GGG grandad but I can find no documented evidence of his birth (Hayfield) or marriage to Millicent b.1810 Mason? (Chapel en le Frith) Robert and Millicent are found together in most census up to and including1881 in Northgate street in...

    Started by Barmouth‎, 21-01-2010 12:46 AM
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    06-03-2010, 9:45 PM Go to last post
  10. Nicholas Baynton 1874 | Harriet Ann 1874

    I could use some assistance pls? This line is well known to me. I'm looking for the 1881 & 1891 census for this family. The 1st half of birth order of Nicholas' siblings went by BANTON and not BAyNTON - the former is very common in Derbys and the latter extraordinarily uncommon, so he may be...

    Started by wbaynton‎, 25-02-2010 4:09 PM
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  11. Question May Belle Cotton

    May Bell(e) Cotton b. 1890 B o T, married Alfred Cotton b. 1879 in 1906 Derby, Derbyshire. If Alfred is actually Alfred Benjamin Cotton then they were 1st cousins, their fathers being brothers, whose parents were Joseph Cotton and Harriet Gretton. There appears to be another three Alfred's b....

    Started by LizzieB‎, 17-02-2010 10:17 AM
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  12. Wardlow - Alsop family

    A branch of my family lived in Wardlow, Derbyshire, throughout the 19th and into the 20th century. For example - in 1851 John Alsop, farmer (87, farmer of 21 acres); his son John (44). the son's wife Rhoda etc. However, none of the Wardlow censuses give any detail of address: the records simply...

    Started by yelkcub‎, 10-02-2010 12:05 PM
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  13. Buxton Book Fair

    Just a reminder Buxton Book Fair is on this Sunday 14 February 2010 at the Pavillion Gardens, St. John's Road, Buxton, Derbyshire SK17 6XN. 10am - 4pm Cheers Guy

    Started by Guy Etchells‎, 13-02-2010 12:22 AM
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  14. Millicent Mason b. 1810 Chapel en le Frith

    Seeking information about Millicent Mason b.1810. According to FamSearch her parents were Martha Carrington and James Mason, she married Robert Marshall of Hayfield around 1830? (guess based on 1841 census) when she was living in Stockport. The only actual record I have found is death cert 1881...

    Started by Barmouth‎, 21-01-2010 12:28 AM
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  15. DUCE family in Derby

    Hi everyone, I'm new around here...thought I would throw out my surnames and see if anyone else has any connections. My ggg-grandfather was Henry DUCE, born 16 Mar 1810 in Buxton. He married Esther HIGGINSON who was born in Bolton Le Moors in 1814. They had 8 children and I am decended from...

    Started by kevsha‎, 11-01-2010 12:19 AM
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  16. OSBISTON in Derbyshire Belper/Duffield area

    I'm trying to find which of two brothers is the father of Mary Osbiston married 29 April 1832 at Duffield to Abraham Langley. William Osbiston m Sarah Slater had daughter Mary born 1810 German Osbiston m Mary Wallace had daughter Mary also born 1810. (Sarah Slater was sister of Samuel...

    Started by Lily Pond‎, 31-07-2009 10:39 PM
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  17. Bakewell Parish

    Hi all I know that Bakewell Parish has been transcribed and put on to CD. If anyone out there has the CD I would be grateful for a couple of look ups please. Any additional information of the following enties would be grate William Furniss bapt 3 April 1812 - to Elizabeth Ann Furniss...

    Started by Carol R‎, 26-12-2009 2:52 PM
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  18. Geesons of Baslow

    Thank you Wirral! As a newbie to this whole thing I was getting the feeling that Baslow held an unusual amount of info. Thanks to any unselfish soul who has ever worked on this areas family histories. Don't think it goes unnoticed!! Now when I can find the right location I can begin to look for my...

    Started by CanEng‎, 07-12-2009 1:04 AM
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  19. Lullington Marriage please

    Hi If anyone has access to Lullington Records I am interested in any extra information on this marriage please. Joseph Hinds & Mary Taylor 27 Jan 1840 at Lullington. Many Thanks Carol

    Started by Carol R‎, 16-12-2009 3:13 PM
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  20. St Peters , Hope.

    Can anyone help to find a marriage for a Mary Burgon and John Hall around 1828-1832. Mary was baptised at St Peters in 18/09/1812, her 2 sisters were married at St Peters, Ann married George Thorp 2/12/1829 and Elisabeth married Thomas Sidebotham 19/09/1836, but I cannot find a marriage for Mary....

    Started by colwyn‎, 12-12-2009 8:16 PM
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    13-12-2009, 6:23 PM Go to last post

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