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red mail TOOTH / DERBY
I am researching the Tooth family tree and have got back to Charles Tooth born 1750 in Derby.He married Mary Smith in 1775 in St Werburghs church. They had 7 sons and 3 daughters all born in Derby. Son Charles born 1783 married Anne in 1807 and had 2 sons and 2 daughters.Any info appreciated
red mail Holmes
I am researching the Holmes family who lived in Derby. I am willing to share my research with others searching the same name.
red mail Bagshaw
I am researching the Bagshaw family who moved to Derby from Kniveton. Willing to share my research with others searching the same name.
copestake
can anyone help, or are related. copestake from derby. ernest 1886 married mabel freeke. several children. cycil donald, george, doris (my nan) vera , dennis, gerald, harry and raymond. they moved to peterborough in 1918.
red mail Hawkridge Family
I have located two John HAWKRIDGE both married at St. Werburgh, Derby to two Marys. One John married Mary HOLMES 20 July 1786 and the second married Mary SMITH 22 October 1797. I am unable to establish which couple are my great x 4 grandparents. The children of the John & Mary I am looking for are Maria bapt 20 Feb 1802, James bapt 9 Jan 1805, Thomas bapt 7 May 1807 and Emma bapt 11 Oct 1810. I would really appreciate any further assistance as I unable to progress any further with my family history
red mail White/Jones
I am seeking information about Sarah White b. c. 1812 who married John James Jones in London c. 1831. She may have been the daughter of Thomas White and Sarah ? (could have been Jones) witnesses to their marriage were Thomas White and Maria Tuling? (not very clear)can anyone help?
Elkes (Mary)
I am searching for Mary Elkes,born about 1839, married James Wright in 1859 in Derby (St Alkmunds) & had 2 or 3 children: Sarah Ann Elizabeth (married Edward Abell), Kate (or Cathrine, married Arthur Till) & possibly George.
Abel/Abell/Wright/Till
Does anyone have any information on Sarah Ann Elizabeth Abell (maiden name Wright who was born in 1862 & lived in Derby (St Alkmund area)?She had a sister Kate (or Cath(e)rine) who married Henry(?) Till
Wright
I am looking for Sarah Ann Elizabeth Wright born in Derby or near - born 1862. She married Edward Abell & lived in the St Alkmund area of Derby.
red mail Newton/Savage
In 1901, William C Newton and his wife Eliza(nee Savage) were living on Gt Northern Road, Derby(St Werburgh)with children Francis, Claude and Winifred. William's sister Eleanor is married to a Charles Savage(an iron foundry worker) and also in 1901 living on Sinfin Lane,Normanton Derby(St Giles)with children William, Charles, Eliza and Maude. Both Charles and Eliza come from Ellingham, Norfolk so presumably related. I would like to hear from anyone who knows of this family, please
red mail Webster / Russell / Ratcliffe / Sadler
I have loads of census information on these families, who all lived in Derby by 1880. Websters in Derby as far back as John (b 1781). If you can use it, or have any more, drop me a line.
MARY HANNAH
Was your ancestor named MARY HANNAH? I am searching for the death of Mary Hannah, she was born 1850 in Derby, I need to know her surname when she died. She was my gt grandmother and her previous name was Copeland or Grant, do you know of her? Have you an ancestor by this name that you cannot find a birth for or know her maiden name? if so, please comtact me, thank you
red mail EVANS Frederick Albert
Looking for information about Frederick Albert Evans who in 1901 was living as a boarder with William Haycraft in Melrose Ave, Balsall Heath, Birmingham. Fred was a drapers assistant originally born in Kington Herefordshire. All I have is a postcard (showing the family) postmarked Derby in 1927. Any information gratefully received.
red mail Letitia Waterfield
Trying to trace relatives of the Waterfield family. Letitia Waterfield was born c1839 in Derby. She married Henry Bolton and had at least 8 children!
red mail Hough
I am researching the Hough family of Derby. In particular the relatives of William Hough and Ann Whieldon. William was the son of John Hough and Jane Morley, Three of his children, William, Frederick and Ann emigrated to the US.
braidley
Does anybody out there have any relation to the name of Braidley. It does not seem to exist anywhere. My great great grandfather was William Henry Braidley born around the 1870's and was married to an Eliza Ellen (surname unknown) they lived in Sherwood Street, Derby. Their children I have got so far are Frances, Johnny, Lily, Victoria, william, and Mary(my great nan) and other children I have not yet manage to trace. If there is anyone out there who may have a connection with the family or may have have any information it would be very much appreciated. As I am not getiing very far with this side of my tree!!
red mail Family history of Oldhams
I am researching my family history of the Oldhams in Derby. I have made it as far back as William Oldham born June 26, 1568. I know that he married Philipa Sowter in All Saints in 1614/15. I have been unable to locate any information on his parents/grandparents. Any help would be appreciated. I am willing to share the information I have found thus far.
red mail Hadland, Gardiner
James and Beatrice Hadland (formerly Gardiner) were living in Ambrose Street, Derby in 1918. I would greatly appreciate any information on either James or Beatrice for researching my family history.
red mail Annie SHIELDS
Annie Shields was my great great grandma. According to her wedding certificate she was born in 1862 and her father was Edward Shields, iron moulder. Annie was listed as a domestic servant in the 1881 census where she was living at Hilton Lane Hope Cottage, Prestwich, Lancashire 1341963 RG11 4033 78 8 named in this as Ann Shield aged 22 born in Derby. Annie Shields registered the birth of her daughter, Mary Ann Shields on 27th September 1878 saying that Mary Ann was born on 3rd September 1878 at her grandad's (Edward Shields) house 150 Abbey Street, Derby and that Annie herself was living at this address. No name was given for her father. According to the family, Annie Shields wass working at the time as a domestic servant for a doctor. Mary Ann Shields can be seen living with her grandad at 150 Abbey Street, Derby in the 1881 census RG11 3400 139 14 and in the 1891 census RG 12 2732 141 53 283. Mary Ann Shields eventually called herself Nellie Shields and married Noah Fletcher on 3rd June 1899 at the Presbyterian Church, Green Lane, Derby when her grandad, Edward Shields, signed the wedding certificate. Please could you find where Annie Shields was living at the time of the 1871 census. Annie was not listed as living with her father in the 1861 census at Parliament Street, Derby RG9 2503 45 15 71. I don't think she had been born at this time. I hope to find her in service with the doctor, that according to family tradition was the father of her child, Mary Ann Shields, my great grandma. I have gone through the trade directories for Derbyshire contemporanious with Mary Ann Shields birth and noted down all the doctors in Derby. I have transfered this to an Access database. Maybe the scandal was reported in the local newspapers. I have yet to search these. Thank you.
red mail Hancock - Present day
Seeking present day descendants of Francis James HANCOCK, born 1879 at Derby. (Father Joshua Hancock)and Emma Keetley (nee MEYRICK) born 1877 at Derby. (Father David Meyrick)who were married on 4.8.1900 at St James Church, Derby.
red mail White, Taft, Tunnicliffe in Derby
Philip Edwin White – born 10.10.1836 recorded in St Werburgh Derby. Parents were William and Mary White (nee Tunicliffe) married 25.12.1828 recorded in St Werburgh Derby. Mary Ann White (nee Taft) – born 1834 in Dublin. Philip Edwin White married Mary Ann Taft between July and September 1856 in the St Peters District Derby. I can find nothing about Mary Ann Taft from Dublin. Any information connected with Taft family in Derby please also any info about Tunnicliffe family.
BILSON/CLAY/COCKRAM/MALLINDER/MINION/MARRIOTT
Elizabeth BILSON c1727 married John CLAY c1727 Children in the name of BILSON:Elizabeth 1743, Henry 1745, Issac 1746,William c1755, Thomas 1755, James 1758 James 1758 married Sarah Cockram Born 1756 Children from James and Sarah are Elizabeth c1777, William 1778, James 1780, John 1782 who married Anne Hawley and Charlotte Minion, Hannah 1784 who married Charles Smyth, Sarah 1785, James 1787 who married Mary Marriott, George 1788, Joseph 1792 and Ellen 1795. John and Charlotte Minion had Joseph who married Jane Bailey from there they had Joseph who married Caroline Hales, they had James who married Eliza McLoughlin, they had three children one being John born 1921 who married Mabel Marris, They had three children Micheal 1944, Kevin 1948 and Paul 1959 Most of my Bilson's are derby based. (i have many more children from the above marriages too many too list) Please contact me if you have any of this in your tree, would love to hear from you. Colleen
red mail Elsie Selina Wright
I am looking for info on my grandmothers parents and grandparents. Her name is Elsie Selina Wright (dob 1.10.1896 & death 7.01.1944) and she married my grandfather William Wright. Their children were Norman, Dorothy (died aged 5), Connie, and William (Bill). Any infomation will be very welcome.
red mail the leather bottle yard
my 3x g grandma was born in the leather bottle yard osmaston rd derby has anyone any ideas on what leather bottles are
MARY HANNAH
Seeking any information on MARY HANNAH GRANT (nee Copeland) my gr grandmother, have been unable to trace her after 1881 she then appeared on the census for Perth Scotland, with husband & daughter Mabel (my grandmother In 1891 & 1891 Husband George Nelso, appears with a wife named Annie)but m unable to trace a marriage, nor death for Mary Hannah. Did Mary Hannah stop using her married name of Grant? if so, what surname did she use, is she part of your tree under a different surname? Believed possible that she may have been a "wife" to someone else, but who??? any links out there??
red mail Researching -DAVIES-Derby 1881
Wanting details of Joseph Davies/Pamela Davies,who lived in Crosby Street in 1881--Joseph Davies was born in 1836,and lived at 46 Crosby St,Derby with his wife Pamela 1n the 1881 census- any further information would be very helpful
red mail Higgs
George Higgs married Florence (nee Cordrey) in 1900 and had a son,my grandfather, Harold Henry Higgs, born 1907 in Derby. Residential address at the time was Court4 House2 Liversage Street, Derby. George was a railway labourer at the time of Harold's birth. Harold married Phyllis Clara (nee Joyce) and they had three sons being Harold William born approx 1931, Anthony George born 1937 and Lesley Henry born approx Dec 1939. My father was born in Portsmouth and address was 32 Taswell Road. Sadly my grandfather Harold Henry Higgs went down with the battleship HMS Royal Oak when it was torpedoed by a german u-boat in Scapa Flow, Orkney Islands on 14.10.1939. My father Anthony was only 2 years old at the time and after the war his mother married a South African by the name of Bert White and moved the family to South Africa in approx 1946. I am trying to find any relatives or friends on my grandfather's ( Harold Henry Higgs ) side of the family.
red mail STREET
I am researching any links to Mary Street born circa 1800. She married an Isaac Parkin 27 December 1819. Their chilren were Isaac b1828 Elizabeth b1825, Anne b1822, Isaac b1831, Samuel b1827, Mary b1835, Sarah b1833 and Thomas b1819. I know Isaac b1831 married Priscilla Bell and ran the Erewash Hotel in Ilkeston between 1875 and 1885 at least. Their daughter Sarah married William Straw but both died around 1878 leaving their children Harriet(my Gt Grandmother), Elizabeth and Mary in the care of Isaac and Prisilla. Does anyone have any links or info? Thanks
red mail SHELTON
I am looking for relatives/information for Mary Shelton born in/around Derby 1858. She married Robert Hardingham 7 April 1879 and had children Harriet and James. I would like to know her parents and sibling names and would be sincerely grateful. Thanks
COPELAND
Anyone else researching COPELANDS of Derby? I am trying to find out more information about my gt grandmother MARY HANNAH COPELAND She married George Nelson Grant in 1868. Derby I have been unable to trace her whereabouts since 1881, I cannot find her death recorded and wonder if she remarried? Would greatly appreciate any information
Derby newspaper article
I am seeking any item relating to an accident which happened to GEORGE NELSON GRANT probably in the year 1867 My gt grandfather worked as a GPO member on the railway and on his retiral in 1867 it was mentioned that this was an early retirement due to his serious accident on the railway, seems to have affected his eyesight? Although I have his working record obtained from the GPO archives and his accident is mentioned as the reason for retirment, unfortunately they have given no details as to where when & how the accident happened, only that it was serious and that he received compensation in two lots, one for £40 and another for just over £40, this would have no doubt been a considerable sum in 1867. I am hoping that this accident may have been mentioned in a local Derby newspaper of that year and wonder if anyone could offer to look this up in the local record office (I live in Essex and being disabled am unable to travel to look for myself) if anyone could offer to look for me, I would be "over the moon", I am writing up the details of my family history research in the form of a "book" and trying to find out as much as I can about my gt grandfather, he has provedd to be rather an elusive figure of some mystery, there are no relatives now living that could answer any questions about him, and nothing was ever spoken about him by my mother. My g,mother his daughter, died when I was still a child and there is much about her life I do not know, particularly about her father. Around the year of the accident, he would have been living I assume, in Rose Hill Street, Derby, my g.mother was born there in 1874, previous to then, the family were living at Louden Street, which I believe would have been near the same area as Rose Hill? The accident of course, may not have happened in the Derby area, but because he lived there I am hoping that there may have been a mention about him in a local paper. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you.
red mail T.E. Yeomans
I'm looking for information and photos on a firm called T.E. Yeomans in Derby, they issued cigarette cards in 1915. I'm looking for the cards too!
red mail Harlow
Seeking information on Joseph Harlow b C1823 Burton On Trent, spouse Fanny/Pheobe. Lived in Derby 1840's onwards when various children born there including Lydia 1855 and Emma 1862
red mail BAGNALL ALEXANDER
I have an Alexander Bagnall, my gtgtgt grandfather, in my tree. He had children Arthur b1865 and Mary Sophia b1851. Bit of a gap I feel. Does anyone know of any other children and also the full name of Alexander wife/wives? Mary Sophia married George Lymn. Alexander was born 1822 Uttoxeter. Many thanks Val
red mail GASKIN ROBERT
There were two Robert Gaskins born 1826. I am trying to trace the one who married Sarah Oakley and upon her death Mary Ann Ling. Robert had children Thomas 1855,Ann 1868, Ada 1870, Arthur 1874 and Albert 1877. Thomas Gaskin married my gtgtgt aunt Rosa Anna Lymn. Can anyone help please?
red mail Yeomans John Henry
Can anyone help with information about John (or Jack) who was married to Margaret and lived near the Baseball Ground Derby in the mid fifties?
Mary STOKES born about 1810
Looking for information about the parents/family of Mary Stokes who married Henry Mawby on 13 December 1830 at St Peters, Derby. Any information most welcome
red mail Thomas & Fanny GIBBS of Tissington / Brassington
My grandfather Fred GIBBS was born in Tissington, Derbyshire in 1879. Son of Thomas GIBBS & Fanny SWINDELL. My grandfather left England for South Africa for the Boer War and then travelled on to New Zealand where he married my grandmother. He never returned home. It was always thought he was the only son but I now find he was the second son and I'm curious about William, the elder male sibling born c1875 a sister Lucy born c1884 who married Charles WISE, and another sister Elizabeth born c1886 who was unmarried as far as I know. Any information whether William married or not and any descendants would be most appreciated. In the 1901 census the family had moved to Brassington.
red mail lee,arthur
Arthur Lee was my great grandfather and was said to be from Derby. He moved to United States around 1900-1910 with his wife,?, and son Arthur. He then had my grandfather Roland Frank Lee. My grandfather often talked of returning to visit his cousins Jack and Olive. I believe they were a married couple in Derby and I'm not sure wether they were Lee's. My aunt says they may have changed the spelling of the name to drop an A when they came to the US. Perhap Lea originally. Please give any information on the Lee or Lea family(s) of Derby,UK.
Graham Battersea
I am trying to trace the family of ANDREW GRAHAM, who stated on the 1881 census that he was born in Scotland. In 1881 he was living in Battersea, Surrey, with his wife LOUISA and family.
Bowley/Derby
I am trying to trace the family of JANE ANN ELIZA BOWLEY who I believe was born around 1827. In 1851 she was living in Westminster London with her husband WILLIAM GRAHAM and family.
Edward Arthur Wheatley c1885
Edward married Bertha Lily Lambert (1866)they had children, Elizabeth, Leonard,Frank,Harry and Albert. I have managed to trace Bertha back to her grgr grandparents but Edward, I can't find a birth certificate or any record of him after 1901 where did he go?Did they get married? anyone know.
red mail lucas
Is there anyone connected to Daniel lucas and rebecca , daughter Ann married john smith in 1833 they lived in birminghamin 1841
red mail MARY LIAD
MARY LIAD MARRIED CHARLES LOAT(E)S IN ST WERBURGH, DERBY, ON JANUARY 26, 1815. LIAD I'M SURE IS A PHONETIC SPELLING OF SOME OTHER FAMILY NAME. ALSO PEDIGREE OF CHARLES WANTED. I BELIEVE HE CAME FROM CHERRY HINTON IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE BUT MAY HAVE CLAIMED TO BE A DERBY MAN. ANY DETAILS WELCOME
red mail Derby Surnames
In my Derby family history research I have the names; Wood, Tomlinson, Watson, Wright, Young,Cross and Stevens. Willing to share what I have if it helps anyone
red mail The Old Oak
Does anyone know anything about this former ale house, the Old Oak Agard St?
red mail Lemmings
Looking for information on the Lemmings family. Some Lemming were born in Oxfordshire/Buckinghamshire before moving to the Derbyshire area.
Hind family
tracing the Hind family in Derby.William Hind born 1847 publican and his father John born 1817 clockmaker at Whitehursts. John's father was Joseph a tailor from Siddals Lane born about 1775. Any information on the Hind family much appreciated.
UNWIN.. Litchurch Street
I have a copy of bible inscriptions which indicates that my UNWIN ancestors were born in LITCHURCH STREET, DERBY in the late 1800s including 5 sets of twins! (Parents CHARLES HENRY & ELIZABETH) One of the family members was said to have been a member of the CARL ROSA OPERA company I should love to find some info on this or other UNWINs in this line please. Regards, Jill
red mail Shirley Family
My grandfather used to run a pub in Derby, opposite the old prison/greyhound stadium on Uttoxeter Old Road. his name was Walter Shirley. i would be grateful if anyone could let me have any info on either him or the name of the pub.
red mail Kniveton
I am researching the family KNIVETON. Names I am interested include Joseph KNIVETON (b Matlock 1817, d Derby 1899) and his parents Samuel KNIVETON and Hannah (or possibly Sarah).
red mail Locker Watkin
In 1756 Roger Locker a shoemaker married Sarah Watkin at St Wertberg. They had a daughter Sarah in 1764. Do you know of this family?
red mail Roberts
Mary Roberts married John Whitmore 26 Sept 1810 at St. Peter's Derby. I don't have any further information on Mary - can anyone help?
red mail Mellor
In the 1851 Census John Mellor was 47 years old and lived Agard Street, Derby. He was a Waste Dealer, Farmer of 28 Acres and a Labourer. He had been born in Derby. His wife was Sarah who was 41 and their children were Sarah 19, John 14, Maria 12, Catherine 10, Robert 9, Louisa 7, Samuel 5, Francis 4, Elizabeth 2 and Harry who was 11 months old. Do you recognise any of them as being in your family?
red mail Barton and Robinson
John Barton married Ann Robinson at St Peter's Church in Derby on 21st Dec 1767. Thier children John, James, Thomas, Ann and Martha were also baptised there. Can you help to add more detail about this family?
red mail BLOOD in Derby
Would like to hear from anyone with links to Robert Blood (c.1864-1948) and his brother Jesse (c.1868). The brothers emigrated to Ottawa Canada, and eventually settled in Toronto where they owned a construction business. Robert married Margaret Flanelly in 1896, and there were six children born, 2 boys and 4 girls.
ROSE Derbyshire
Seeking any descendants of WILLIAM ROSE wife EMMA ISABELLA COPELAND married 1871 Emma was dau of William Copeland & Benedicta Harris The Rose family remained in Derby by 1901 census they were in St Alkmunds, any info gratefully received, thank you
red mail BLAND
My gt,gt,gt grandfather joseph Bland came from derby and was married to Lydia Bennett his sons moved to the walsall area in the early1800\s.Any connections out there?
red mail Turton
Researching my Turton ancestors of Derbyshire. Managed to get back to Hugh Turton living in Derby about 1540. Any further help would be appreciated.
red mail JONES
RESEARCHING JONES WILLIAM JONES C 1838 DAVID JONES 1858 ANN TUNSTALL BIRKBECK 1858 WED 1882 SHEFFIELD WILLIAM ADDISON JONES 1882 DAVID JONES 1885 JOHN HENRY BERTIE JONES 1887 WILLIAM ADDISON JONES SETTLED IN BRIGHTON THEY LIVED IN TOTTENHAM COURT RD LONDON IN 1901 ANY HELP WELCOME THANKYOU SANDRA
red mail Hancock family
Trying to trace the decendants of Joshua George Hancock aka George Hancock, blacksmith, born 1844 in Wilts and wife Harriet (nee Drewett)born 1845 in Wilts. At 1901 census living in Rugby St (Osmaston)Derby. Children Albert born 1866, Alice born 1871,Fredrick born 1876, Francis born 1879, Edith born 1884, Oliver born 1886 and William born 1889.
red mail Woodhouse
Researching family of William Woodhouse c1808 son of Thomas Woodhouse in Derby.
red mail Cunliffe
Jonathan Cunliffe-- soap maker,b.25/12/1854,Yearsley-cum-Whaley, Cheshire Father, Edward Cunliffe, Mother, Elizabeth late Parks, formerly Hill. Elizabeth Cunliffe, born 1882c,daughter Elizabeth married William Lionel Lynch 27/6/1909 Littleborough, Rochadale, 27/6/1909 Can anyone identify with these three people.
red mail Coke/Bailey
My G. G. Grandmother Eliza Ann nee Coke daugher of Edward and Harriet nee Bailey was born August 18th 1840 at St Wesburgh (sic). Edward was a Printer and the family was living at 21 South St, Derby. In 1865, when Eliza married my G G grandfather Robert Washington, she was living on John William Street, Huddersfield. Edward's occupation was given as Inspector of Telegraph Wires. Am attempting to find out if Eliza had siblings. These will be twigs on my tree. Richard
red mail William MILLETT
My GGG Grandfather William was born about 1812 in Hemington. He married Elizabeth HARDY 13 Nov 1834, and they had at least 6 children, Anne, Hannah, Thomas, Jane, William, and Mary. He later moved to 45 Erasmus Street in Derby (1881 census). His sonThomas married Elizabeth FAIRBANKS 26 Dec 1860, and had at least 9 children. They moved from Derby St Alkmunds to Lancaster in the 1870's. Any assistance greatly appreciated.
red mail Lammin Hall
I am searching for an old family residence believed to be in Derbyshire around 1800. Known as 'Lammin Hall' possibly on or near 'Love Hill'.
Barber Family
who lived arruond Spondon,Dracott,Aston,Stanly,In the early 1800s
red mail Hitchcock/smeeton Marriage
22nd Nov 1802. St.Werburghs - Derby. I am looking for further info. If anyone out there can claim this couple, please contact me. Rozzles.
red mail Hale
Harry Hale born 1891 Burton on Trent staffs, served first world war in the guards married Martha Bradley 1913 possibly became an alderman in Derbyshire and employed at Rolls Royce.
red mail Noble
I have been researching my NOBLE line for about 12 years. I am decended from a small group of Chesterfield, Derby and Nottingham Noble's which I have traced back to RICHARD NOBLE (b. Chesterfield 1693 son of JACOB). His son PAUL NOBLE married ELIZABETH JOLLEY in Derby in 1768. Paul's son JOHN and ANN NOBLE (nee Short) who were married in DERBY in 1821. JOHN NOBLE was a Shoemaker born in Derby in 1775, JOHN and ANN had a son THOMAS NOBLE born in Derby in 1821. THOMAS was a silk twister and married LOUISA HALLOTT in Derby in 1841. They had 4 children that I know of, the eldest son was my 2 x greatgrandfather JOHN NOBLE, a boilermaker, born in Derby in 1848. JOHN married SELINA LLOYD in Derby in 1868 and then shortly afterewards the whole family (including THOMAS and LOUISA) moved to NOTTINGHAM. The line continued with THOMAS NOBLE, cotton presser, born in Nottingaham in 1876. THOMAS married MARY ANN KEETLEY in Nottingham in 1898 and the family lived in great poverty. My grandfather GEORGE NOBLE was born in Nottingham Bagthorpe Workhouse in 1904. I have a lot of data concerning the name NOBLE in both Derby and Nottingham. I would be happy to share my data with other researchers and am also interested to know if anyone is able to sh...
red mail Turner
Any descendants of Charles Turner born DERBY.He had a daughter Alice who married a Robert Street.
red mail Street Family
Any Street family born in Newhall, Stapenhill or Derby in 18/19 century. Especially descendants of Alexander Street and William Street, canal boat builders of Ford Lane and Essex Street.
red mail Wood
Thomas WOOD, married to Millicent????? about 1830. St.Peter, Derby. Any use???????????
red mail James Oldershaw Family
Reserching the family of James Oldershaw and his wife Hannah. They lived the St Alkmund Parish late in the 1700s.
red mail Hugh Ball Family
Researching the family of Hugh Ball, labourer, and his wife Sarah, who lived in Derby in the late 1790s and early 1800s.
red mail William Dallison. Needlemaker
From at least 1838 to 1858, William Dallison was employed as a needlemaker. In the beginning he was employed by a John Steer, who made needles for stocking manufacturers. Would like to know more about this occupation and the Steer Company.
red mail Derby Photographers, 19th Century
I have trade cards for several 19th century Derby photographers,as follows - J. Mayle, Price Photographers, Clement Rogers, Wm. Edward Swift & W.W. Winter. Copies available
red mail Taylor
My grandfather John William Taylor was born in Derby,around 1868.He married Lydia Brocklehurst in1902,and they had two children,Elsie Lydia,and William John. He was an apprentice brick-layer and later worked for Derby Borough Corporation as a foreman bricklayer.
red mail The Orange Tree
For a short time, Robert Slater was the beerhouse keeper of the Orange Tree, located at 70 Burton Road. Would like to learn more about this establishment and Slater's tenure.
red mail Wellington Public House
William Mead was the publican of the Wellington Public House at 60 Brook Street in the 1860s. Would like to learn about this public house and Mead's tenure as publican.
red mail Bridge Gate District
Thomas Dallison and his wife Sarah Oldershaw lived in the Bridge Gate District. Thomas died in 1838. Employed in the silk industry and frequently living in the local poor house. Would be interested in learning about the district.
Colburn And Timmins Of Derby
Researching my fathers side of family in Derby mid 1800's onwards: John COLBURN father of: James Edwin COLBURN married to Agnes TIMMINS 1905 at Trinity Church Derby only known children: Harold COLBURN DOB unknown Sidney COLBURN born 1807 in Derby. Albert TIMMINS was father of Agnes. nothing else known at present,if anyone can fill in any gaps for me I would be very grateful.


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