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red mail John William Hadfield Bennett Dentist 1921 to 1954
Researching John William Hadfield of Bennett of Eckington and Sheffield. Son John George Bennett, of Sheffield.
red mail Davies family
I'm researching the Davies family members who lived in Gosber Street Eckington from 1891 to around 1911 and the family of David Wood who lived in Gosber lane Eckington on the 1881 census
red mail Fretwell
Loking for birth of Isaac and John Fretwell born around 1800 Eckington not in Parish records for Eckington they were brothers and both Edge Tool Makers. Any help please
red mail George and Ann (ne Havenhand) Hancock
I am researching the Hancock family. George's daughter Harriet was my great grandmother. On all the census they lived at Marsh Lane, Eckington. George and his sons, Walter and Arthur were coal miners. Ann, I think was the daughter of William and Hannah Havenhand and was living at High Lane Eckington in the 1841 census. William was a sickle smith. I would appreciate any info on them, please. I cannot find when and where George and hannah were married.
red mail Savage Families of Eckington, Spinkhill, Barlborough..
I am interested in the Savage families in Eckington in the 17th and 18th centuries. From c.1560 to c.1750 there was one main Savage family there, which by c.1750 disappeared and moved to various places such as Sheffield and Mansfield. After c.1750, a second Savage family, who were Roman Catholic, arrived in the nearby village of Barlborough, from which family several moved to Eckington and Chesterfield. There was a Roman Catholic Chapel and later College established at Spinkhill, in Eckington, Derbs., founded in the middle of the 18th century. If anyone has any connections with either of the Savage families above, I would be glad to hear from them. I have quite a bit of information about them.
red mail Eckington Tinkers
Does anyone have any information about tinkers or gypsies living in or around Eckington in the 19th century? Did traveling people tend to stay on Mosbro Green? The surnames I am most interested in are Upson and Upson-booker. Thanks
Martin Littlewood
Trying to find parents of Martin Littlewood born about 1793. Also any details of his marriage before 1824.
red mail Morton Family
Looking for help tracing the parents of Thomas Morton I am trying to find anyone who may be able to help me find information on the Morton family of Eckington. I have a tenuous connection to a Thomas Morton who was baptised at St Peter/St Paul Church Eckington 19 Jan 1806. His parents were George Morton and Mary (nee: possibly Milnes). Thomas married Ann Hallas and they lived close by in the village of Hackenthorpe, a parish of Beighton. Thomas died inn 1847 but I cannot find any record of his burial. I would be grateful for any information at all, however little.
red mail Marples of Eckington/Chesterfield in Derbyshire
I'm looking to link up with anyone else who is looking into the Marples family of Eckington. Monica Maragret (Micah) Marples born circa 1872 was my Great Great Great Grandmother and she had a child born out of wedlocked and was disowned by her family as a result. Her daughter was Hilda lated Hilda Harris and then Hilda Barker.
red mail Barratt of Eckington, Chesterfield, Derbyshire.(later Fritchley, South Wingfield & Tansley)
I am looking for information regarding Jessie (jesse) Barratt (Born 1890/1 Died 13-jun-1949) and Brother Willie Barratt or their ancestors. I believe they were born / raised in or around Eckington. I believe Jessie was born around 1890/1891.he married Sarah Ann Perry (in Late 1913 at Crich?) Jessie Barratt and Sarah Ann settled in Fritchley before moving to South Wingfield, Derbyshire, Where they farmed. Jessie died on 13th June 1949 in Tansley. Sarah Ann died on 28th July 1980 they are both buried Tansley Derbyshire. Willie (willy? Wilson? Willy?) Barratt was the manager of Eckington Co-op in the early 1940’s. I would welcome any information whatsoever.
red mail Ralph Peat
I am researching the Peat family of (Mansfield Woodhouse in later years).I am unable to find the ancestors of Ralph Peat, born 1789 in Eckington, married Mary Clay of Mansfield and subsequently lived in Mansfield Woodhouse. Does anyone have information on any related Peats from Eckington?
Anyone have any info on the above families please? Henry Barker married Betsy Brunt in 1891 in Eckington......
Anyone have any info on the Haddock family of Eckington?
Im trying to find any information on Jarvis Barker, his wifes name was possibly Elizabeth nee Freeman. As far as I know I am their only grandchild. They lived in Mosborough and had one daughter.
red mail Wheelhouse's
I have George Wheelhouse born 1719 in Eckington, Derbys who married Rebecca Darby in 1743. Their children were John, Rosamond, Samuel, Hannah & Rebecca. Samuel married Helen Pearson in 1779. Does anyone share this ancestry?
red mail Morton family of eckington
hi. i am researching the Morton family from Eckington, Marsh Lane area of NE Derbyshire. Family going back to 1703. If you are also tracing this family please get in touch. Links with other surnames - Alton, Anderson, Barker, Bingham, Cobb, Green, Lindley, Marriott, Seaton and Wilks all from Eckington
red mail Leonard Morton
I think was brought up in Eckington, born around 1904 if anyone has any info please let me know I have found loads of Mortons in that area at an earlier time but cannot connect them
red mail Bradshaw
I am seeking any information on John Bradshaw who married Elizabeth Morton on 13/1/1702/3 or his descendants who may include John, Thomas, Elizabeth and Joseph who were baptised at Eckington between 1702 and 1711.
red mail Eckington
I am looking for joseph littlewood born 1840 renishaw married to Harriet I am trying to find information as to where he was buried as this is the last piece of the jigsaw to my family tree
red mail Jane Blunt
Hi, I am looking for information about my Great Grandmother. Jane Blunt (b1874)in Eckington and moved to Denton, Lancashire prior to her marriage to John Ingham around 1895-1900. They are shown in the 1901 Census as living on Osborne Rd, Denton. They had three children, William(b1898), Alice(b1900) and Samuel9b1904). Thanks, Simon
red mail Woodhead
Would welcome any information on this family living in the Eckington area in the mid-1800s,also on associated names of Bolsover, Snape, and Green.
red mail Godley
Looking for information on the Godley's
red mail Oates
Looking for the parents of George Oates, born 1785 in Mosborough/Eckington Derbyshire. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
red mail Oates
Looking for the parents of Francis Oates, born about1800 in Mosborough/Eckington Derbyshire. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
red mail Broadhead
Looking for the parents of Thomas Broadhead, born 1776 in Eckington/mosborough Derbyshire. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
red mail Sparrows as pt of Eckington Diet
The LDS has filmed the Parish Chest material and Poor Law records.Film# 2082595. The original records are in Matlock but anyone not lucky enough to get there can order the film from either Salt Lake or your local fam history lib in England. It is well worth your effort. Imagine my surprise at seeing constant purchases of Sparrows by the parish council in the early 1800's.My first thought was that it was a place in Eckington but now after some research, I discovered that sparrows were eaten by the poor..described as the poor man's pheasant..skinned roasted and put on spits in front of the fire. So if you break into song frequently it's because your Eckington ancesters were fed birds. I have never come across this before.
red mail Dowley /Cowley mid 1700's
Looking for inf on the Dowley family who had several female marriages in Eckington from 1757 thru 1767. Charity married in 1757, Ann married 1758,Sarah married 1767. Father listed as Edward Dowley in Ann's entry. Loads of Cowley family in Eckington. Did clerk make a mistake? Charity Dowley Cousins, my multi grandmother was arrested for rioting in 1791.(She got off!)
red mail Bingham
Looking for anyone related to Bingham, or anyone with any information about binghams in the Eckington, Killamarsh areas.
red mail Richards
Looking for anyone connected to the RICHARDS surname, or anyone from the Eckington area with any information.
red mail Manasseh Billam
I have the Billam family from Eckington.any connections out there.
red mail Looking For
Can anyone tell me if there was a vicar by the name of Hawes at Eckington around the 1870's?
red mail Green - Splott, Cardiff
Anyone know the family of William John Green who lived in Splott, Cardiff during the war. William was a musician.
red mail Green
Anyone remember William Green and Gertrude (nee Battersby) who had grocers shop in Eckington? William was known as `the galloping major` Billy Green and he and Gertrude entertained in the clubs in Sheffield where she sang and he was a comedian.
red mail Isaac Fretwell
Can anybody help with finding birth or baptism for Isaac Fretwell born Eckington approx 1797, or any Fretwells about that date.
I am looking for information regarding my G Uncle Marshall Monk (B 1865 in Stavely) Father Arthur Monk (1860-1937) mother Mary Ann Lucy Pont(b1860) As a child they lived in Summerley Apperknowle, I was told he later was the publican of the Angel Pub Eckington. Also any info about the Pont family, Mary ann, George and Elizabeth lived in Stavely but later at Emmet Carr Eckington.
Joseph Broadhead born @ 1841 at Mosboro Moor, Eckington, Derby's, later lived in Intake sheffield. In the 1901 census he was a publican at Norfolk Arms, Grenoside, Sheffield. His wife Annie? and daughters Sarah aged 22, Beatrice aged 18, Harriot aged 16 and Ethel aged 14 all born in Intake. Did he run a pub near to the middle of Sheffield?, or any information about him and his family would be appreciated. His son John is my G Grandfather.
red mail Bradley
Reseaching Joseph William Bradley born 1870 Apperknowle lived at Eckington after marriage.
red mail haddock family born eckington
looking for relations of william edwin haddock born 1910 mother&fatherthanks roy
red mail Family of Tom Allen
Seeking information on Tom Allen, wife Charlotte and daughters Mary and Charlotte. Moved from Lincolnshire and lived in Eckington at 1881 census but unsure for how long. Any help appreciated thanks.
red mail Family of William Atter
Seeking information of William Atter, wife Charlotte, children Mary Ellen, Charlotte, William, Mary Ann and Fanny. Lived in Eckington around 1881 and later some family members moved to Nottingham
red mail George Brook(s)
Looking for info on George Brook(s) who was the landlord of the White Hart about 1837.Thanks
red mail Amos Booth
Researching the Booths,of Eckington. Amos Booth was born in Eckington in 1776.Does anyone out there know who his parents were? He married Mary Revil or Bevil in 1801. His daughter Annis was born 1805. Was Mary his second wife as Amos Booth is also recorded as marrying Mary Crooks in 1796 or were there 2 Amos Booths? All info gratefully recieved.Would like to hear from anyone wishing to exchange info on this family.
red mail hudson
my great grandfather was athur hudson born 1871 in eckington he married maryann haywood,my grandmother was elizabeth hudson she married james hamer.
red mail Norman, Snape, Barker, Dinsdale
Researching the above families who were all in Eckington by the mid 19th Century. The Snapes were probably there first.
red mail Cooper
My great aunt Gertrude Cooper, born in Wokingham, Berks., lived in Eckington, Derbyshire at time of 1901 census, she was shown as working as a milliner. I wonder if there are any relatives now living in the area.
red mail Renshaw
I am seeking information on the Renshaws of Eckington, Staveley and Sheffield. They were cutlers, Sickle Grinders, Coal Miners and Farmers. I have loads of information to swap.
George Dyson
Does anyone please know anything about the family of the George Dyson baptised at Eckington on 27 November 1814. Parents Joseph and Elizabeth Dyson

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