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red mail Robert John
Hi I am looking for relatives of Robert John Canterbury born 1886 in the Buxton area died during the 1960's. ? married Bertha Lydia Stone also from the same area. His parents was Emanuel Canterbury and Harriet. Any information would be appreciated
red mail Rev William James Manistre
ANY information regarding Rev James Manistre would be greatly appreciated. i have come to a very high birck wall which i am having great difficulty climbing. The only dates i have managed are 3rd April 1958. (his Death) it isnt a long time ago so think back please!!!!
red mail Ward and Bates families of Buxton
My ancestors Jesse Bates and Martha Ward married Oct 14th 1865 at Buxton. Martha`s father was Samuel Ward, and Jesse`s father was Francis Bates. Jesse was a cab-driver, and Samuel a farmer. Anyone researching the same family, would love to hear from you.
Looking for any genealogy information for the CATLIN family of BUXTON, Derbyshire in the 1800s. Carol, Canada
red mail buxton families
would like to find people related to George William Hallows, Margaret Edna Green of Buxton
red mail william and hannah dawson
Can anyone give any information about William and Hannah Dawson? I believe they were both born in Mottram, but ran a public house in High Street Buxton.
red mail royal devonshire hospital buxton
i am researching the wells family , beatrice margaret eyden (nee wells )b., leicester 1904 . died in royal devonshire hospital 1929 can anyone tell me about this hospital . did they specialise in certain illness;s ?
red mail Dawson High street Buxton
Is there anybody out there with details of the Dawson family who lived in High Street Buxton? They could have been publicans, farmers, grocers? I am looking around 1861 for any relatives from that time. Regards
red mail Shergold Warrilow Matthews
Looking to find any information about an Emma Shergold born about 1865 in either Portsmouth or Stoke on Trent. Only other information is that at the time of her wedding on the 16th March 1885 she was described as 20 years of age and her Father George Shergold was described as being a Sailor. On the 16th March at Etruria Church Stoke on Trent she married William Warrilow born 23 Dec 1854 at Furnace Road Longton Stafforshire. They are believed to have had 12 children including Margaret Warrilow born 17 Jan 1893 at Tram Street Hanley. Margaret married William Matthews born in 1892 in Hanley on the 8th June 1919 again at Hanley. William Matthews is believed to have served in the Indian Army during the 1st World War he died on the 28th May 1940 at North Stafford Royal Infirmary
red mail Bowers
I am looking for information regarding George Bowers born about 1767 in Buxton Derbyshire he married a lady called Sarah. George was a Cordwainer in Buxton. They had a daughter Mary Ann born about 1793. Mary Ann married Anthony Warrilow born 1799 at Caverswall Staffordshire on the 21st May 1820 at Norton in the Moors Staffordshire. They had 10 children born between 1821 and 1837 all of them with the exception George born 1829 were born in Longton Staffordshire George having been born in Buxton.
red mail existing baileys
get in touch please
frank bernard green
born 1914 in longnor,married irene hallett in 1941 .son stuart of that marrage wishes to contact green family.for information on above.
red mail ralph sampson buxton
hello I am interested in any information on Ralph sampson born 1844 stayleybridge. Station master at buxton in 1900. Wife Martha Shaw
Looking for anyone connected to the PYLE family of Buxton and Chapel en le Frith. TOM PYLE married LOVEDAY ANN RENDLE 1871. He was born in Lincoln. She was grand-daughter of HENRY RENDLE, born North Molton Devon but lived all his life in Ilfracombe. I have never been able to connected with this PYLE family.
red mail Kate Ann Burton/Joseph w Burton
Looking for information about Kate Ann(nee Tunnicliff)and Joseph W Burton they got married in Buxton on the 31/10/1919.Joseph was a shorthand typist and Kate Ann was a domestic Servant living at Wellwood lodge Corber wood Buxton has any body got a photo of this house?
red mail Wilde
Any relatives of John James Wilde formerly of Wormhill, later of Bradbourne near Ashbourne? I would be interested to hear. Sarah
red mail Looking for John Noel of Buxton
Born abt 1796. Moved to Shoreditch London & married Susanna. He was probablt a gold or silversmith of French Hugueonot origin.
red mail Lavinia Eyre, John Tunnicliff
We are trying to find information about Lavinia Eyre who married John Tunnicliff on 25/12/1876 at St. Johns church in Buxton.They had three children, Jessie born 1877, John Russel born 1879, Alice Ann born 1886. They lived at 16 Market Street Buxton and also on Bath Road, Known then as Bath Street. John was born at Hollingsclough near Longnor and was a coach builder and cab driver.
red mail Hibbert
I am looking for any information regarding the Hibbert family, some of them lived at Long Hill Farm, Buxton, Black Hole House, Chapel en le Frith and also Nithin End,Fairfield,Buxton. I would appreciate anyone with an interest in the Hibbert family to please contact me. Thank you
red mail Who were Elizabeth Dawson's parents?
Elizabeth Dawson married William Bullock 9 Nov 1826 at Buxton. One child James was born there. They then moved to Longnor where two children John and Ellen were born. James was buried in Longnor 26 Apr 1827.
red mail Oram
Looking for any Orams at Buxton or Chapel en le Frith. John Oram and his family lived in both these places from 1870 until the 1960s. Am researching a link to this family and would be glad of any help
red mail Buxton Grove Hotel
Does anyone have info about the Grove Hotel Buxton before the Great War. Do you know anyone who worked there.My grandmother Gladys Wood was working there in 1912/13.Any help appreciated.
red mail Cranshaw/rosbottom
Hi can anyone help me trace a nathaniel cranshaw who was born 1881 and married annie pickford.They come from the buxton area,the had 5 children one called nathaniel born 1920.
red mail John William Booth
I am looking for any information on John Willaim Booth born 1883 in Buxton. He emigrated to Calgery, Canada. Not sure when but as far as I know he died a batchelor there.Would appreciate any information on him. His parents were, Frederick William Booth & Annie Hall, there were 10 children in the family. Thank you for reading this, and any information would be much appreciated
red mail Wright
Info please on George Ernest Wright. Retired Manchester City Police Officer. Family residing Buxton early 70's was possibly his wife in her 80's. Email me with any and all info am at a brick wall
red mail Samuel Fidler
Looking for information on Samuel Fidler Livery Stable Keeper of Buxton. Married Sarah Fidler 1830`s
red mail Ward family Buxton
I would be interested in exchanging information on my 2 x Gtgrandfather James Ward and family of Buxton, the family moved to Manchester c1881. June
red mail Shepards of Buxton
Researching details of Shepard's with links back to London pre-war. Also related to the English family of Nottingham.
red mail William Gregory poss bn 1797
Searching for information about William and Martha Gregory. Wm known to be a postboy in 1821, then possibly living in Burbage in 1840s.
red mail Re Libraries And Newsrooms
From Cassells Gazetteer c1896 Buxton Derby : 1891 Population : 7,540 to - Has Free Library,also excellent libraries and newsrooms.
red mail Drinking The Waters 1582
From Calendar of Cecil Papers Vol 2 BUXTON WATER 512 1582 7th Aug Earl of Sussex to Ld Burghley Found the well so cold,by reason of the ill weather,as he could not but very seldom have useof it.The water he has drunk liberally;beginning with 3 pints,and so increasing daily a pint till he comes to 8 pints,and thence descending daily a pint until he shall again return to 3 pints,which will be on Thursdaynext.Means to return after he shall make an end of his drinking. Buxstens - Buxton 1 page See Lodge Vol 2 pp 231-232 in extenso
red mail B.w. Bentley, Photographer
B.W. Bentley was working as a photographer in Buxton, during the second half of the 19th century and I hold a trade card of his, advertising his studio. Copy available.

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