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red mail Buxton: Thomas
Am trying to find details of a Thomas BUXTON reputedly born in Tissington around 1790 and married to an Ellen Collidge or College in Duffield on 19 January 1815. Later they immigrated to Van Diemen's Land (now Tasmania). If anyone can help I would be very grateful.
red mail Samual Johnson
I am searching for ant mention of Samual Johnson, DOB unknown who had a son Joseph, DOB 19 Dec 1774. He had an uncle with three sons, William, Edmund and Phillip. All went to Australia which is where I can pick them up. I can not find any infomation on Samual or his brother if any one in the Tissington area can provide infomation I would be grateful. Darrell
red mail Orgreave
My mother and father Arthur and Anne Taylor lived in Orgreave at the time I was born early 1947 with my sisters Margaret, Cynthia, Brenda and Christine. They worked for the Tippers at Lupin Farm but dad got ill and sot they moved to Drakelowe in April 1947. I was a tiny baby and born at the Victoria Hospital in the blizzard in early March.
red mail Tissington
My dad Arthur Taylor and mum Annie lived at Church House, Tissington in the early 40's. I believe dad worked on the estate and was in the Home Guard. My sisters, Margaret,, Cynthia and Brenda were children there. Its possible my sister Christine was born there also. Lady Nora Fitzherbert was at the hall at this time and was kind to my mother.
red mail Woodeaves Mill
My great uncle John Hilton Yates was manager of the mill from around 1882 at least to 1901. He can be found there in the 1891 and 1901 censuses, and his second son Percy was born there in 1883. His first wife Sarah died in 1895, aged about 37, and eldest son Alfred in 1898, aged 16. I notice a mention of John Milton Yates but this must be a mis-spelling because he is clearly entered as John Hilton Yates in those censuses and his mother's maiden name was Hilton.
red mail Meakin, Hezekiah/Bertha Allcock
In 1871 census the name was transcribed as Meekin - living in Fenney Bently,Derbys. By 1891 find Hezehioch Meekin in Bradford(near neighbours of my Gt.Grandparents)with Bertha and six children
red mail Meakin
My greatgrandfather was Hezikiah Meakin, he married Emma Allcock in 1868 at St. Mary's in Tissington, after they moved to Woodeaves and worked in the mill. They later moved to Bradford Manchester.
Trying to find out more information on this side of my family - would love to 'share info' with anyone interested.

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