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red mail clay cross bomb factory
Hi could anyone help me with any information about a bomb making factory in or near Clay Cross please? I believe my grandmother worked there during the 2nd world war. Thank you in advance for any information
red mail kenning keaton green families
I would like to hear from any families from the above surnames. My grandfather was a green whose mother was born in Clay Cross. Surname Keaton. Thank you Kathryn.
red mail Annie Killcline Brampton, Chesterfield 1890's
My ancestor Ann (Annie) Killcline (or Kilcloyne, Kilcline) first shows up in the area on the 1881 census, with mum and dad, living at Charles Street, Hasland. she is age 5 and born in Roscommon, Ireland, move on 10 years to 1891 census and she is not there (age 15 not unusual) Then i have her giving birth to a son James on 20-10-1896, in the Union Workhouse, Chesterfield. Next i have her on a search engine in 1900 as a marriage to Owen Brady at St Thomas, Brampton. My cousin has been to Matlock records and the banns were read, but record of the marriage. HELP!! Thanks in advance
red mail Cemetery ClayCross
Can anyone help with information how I can search for a burial that may have been in Clay Cross in 1848. The death for Aaron Charlton was in Eckington but we seem to have ClayCross somehow connected to this death through the brother who would have been 5years old at time. Many thanks Janet.
red mail Hannah Bacon
Hi I am looking for any information about my gt grandmother Hannah Bacon. She lived with her parents and siblings in Clay Lane in 1881.After the 1881 census i cannot find any record of her until the 1911 census when she is married to Arthur Wainwright and living in Barnsley with their daughter Doris. I would be grateful of any information at all. Thanks Nora
red mail Roworth/Rowarth
Any information appreciated regarding families of brothers, George and Samuel Wright Roworth, both colliery engine drivers. George worked at C.X.Co.No 2 pit. Sam eventually retired to Mansfield. George was married Martha Young.
red mail Salder family 1851
This family have cropped up in connection to the Higginbotham branch of my family. Charlotte Sadler of Clay Cross, Tupton, Derbyshire crops up as a grand-daughter of Edward and Hannah Higginbotham, in the 1851 census she is 11 years old but apart from that I can't find anything more about this family. Can anybody help, regards, Dawn
red mail Clay Cross
My Marriott ancestors were from Stonebroom and Clay Lane. I also have, on a seperate branch, Johnson ancestors. If you have these surnames from the Clay Cross area, we may have a link.
red mail NEEDHAM
Anyone knowing of the family and occupants of the property known as Beech View, Handley, Clay Cross during the period 1942-1950 please contact me. My mother Joyce Needham (now deceased) was known to live here sometime during this period.
Searching Fradson family from Windfield, Derbyshire who then moved to Farnworth/Kearsley in Lancashire in 1870s.
red mail James Family
Does any one have any information about Spoils Bank Clay Lane. Also I am trying to find info out about my Grand Father Oliver James he ran a fish and chip shop on Thanet St Clay Cross in the mid 1900,s
red mail John and May or Mary Hodgkinson
I am looking for John and May or Mary Hodgkinson 1861 census living in Clay Lane (possibly Danesmoor). John was a Brick Maker by trade. Later in the 1871 census John Hodgkinson was living with Rebecca (Wilson) my great grandmother in Wombwell Yorkshire.
red mail KENNING/KEETON/GREEN in Clay Cross 1840 onwards
George and Lavina Kenning, children Elizabeth (b. 1837 Sutton in Ashfield), Lucy b Mar 1842, Clay Cross, Margaret b.1845 Clay Cross, Abraham b. Dec 1846 Clay Cross, Francis b.1854 Clay Cross (and there's a Herbert who is a bit of a mystery). Lucy married Charles Keeton, children Lavina and Ann. Francis married Ann Whitworth, many children including George Kenning of Kenning Motors fame. I have more information and am interested in ancestors and living relatives. Any connections?
Could anyone please tell me who lived at; 1 PARK ROWE, CLAY DEC 1960 I believe my father was visiting a family member there in DEC 1960 when he was taken ill and died in WALTON HOSPITAL,CHESTERFIELD. The name was BATES Thank you. ANY help would be greatly appreciated. Margaret
Would like to hear from anyone researching the Whetton's and Davis's of Clay Cross.
3 X Gt.Grandfather was born in Clay Lane (Parish of Clay Cross) - North Wingfield in 1794.He married Elizabeth Naylor in London in 1818 and they had 4 daughters - Anne, Eliza, Fanny Louisa & Mary and 5 sons - John, William, Robert, Edward & Henry.All the children were born in St.Pancras - Middlesex. Any information on all or any would be appreciated
Jabez Barsby Salt born Clay Cross 1869.father Job mother Ann.Jabez married Mary Jane Godfrey abt 1893 in Barlborough they had 6 children.Dorothy 1894.Hugh 1896.Samuel 1897.Mary 1899.John 1900.
red mail Mitchell, Chamberlain
MITCHELL, Joseph and wife, CHAMBERLAIN, Frances (Fanny). Children: Alfred, Rebecca, and unknown girl. Joseph's parents, Thomas and Matilda. Frances' mother, Rebecca and brother, Alfred (lawyer). All living in Clay Cross or Danesmoor abt 1880 - 82. Would like to share info.

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