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1. [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] William Ball [1]
I am interested in finding information concerning WILLIAM BALL, d. 4-11-1872, a shotfirer at Hollingwood in Staveley Co., Chesterfield, Derbyshire. William was killed at the Donhill Pit, as it was known locally, but officially was named Hollingwood. Thank you. Loretta Myrter
2. [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] Richard & Mary Catherine Black Wilson [1]
I am searching for information and/or descendants of RICHARD & MARY CATHERINE BLACK WILSON, the parents of my great-aunt, JENNETT WILSON DUCKETT, b. 4-6-1884 in Durham; d.4-31-1976, Erie, Pa., U.S, the wife of JOHN R. DUCKETT. Thanks very much. Loretta Myrter
3. [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] WHITTINGTON PARISH RECORDS [1]
I am trying to find the names of the parents of MURIEL HOBSON who was born in Whittington Moor in 1917. The problem is that I don't know which parish to search. I understand it could have been Christ Church on Stonegravels, Newbold Church, St Bartholomews at Old Whittington, or even the Crooked Spire(St Mary and All Saints). Can anyone advise me please? Thanks Christina Hobson
4. Re: [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] SURNAME [1]
Hi Hazel The Halls of Churchside farm at Hasland near Chesterfield living there from at least 1777 to 1889 are one of my name interests. All the best Louis Gilding ( from a wet Sussex) ----- Original Message ---- From: Hazel Magann To: ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD@rootsweb.com Sent: Wednesday, 23 January, 2008 7:55:38 AM Subject: Re: [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] SURNAME Hello I am hoping someone maybe doing research on the following families: WYKES, HALL, ELLIS, WATSON. Rega
5. Re: [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] WHITTINGTON PARISH RECORDS [1]
To add to my earlier email, I've just found Elizabeth Hannah MILLOTT on my tree. She was married to Alfred SAXBY and they lived in Bolsover. Cheers LIZ www.btinternet.com/~e.newbery OPC for Street, Somerset ----- Original Message ----- From: "Chris" >I am trying to find the names of the parents of MURIEL HOBSON who was born >in Whittington Moor in 1917. > The problem is that I don't know which parish to search. I understand it > could have been Christ Chur
6. [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] The Paladines [1]
Hello list I am looking for a lead to the family "Paladines "....... A family member, a William Hardwick Moorwood [Morewood] is said to be buried in Spital Cemetery Chesterfield with members of that family. Date about 1886 plus minus 3 years. Is this a well known family, is there anyone I could contact. Bill Moorwood
7. Re: [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] WHITTINGTON PARISH RECORDS [1]
Thanks very much Liz Regards Chris ----- Original Message ----- From: "Liz" To: Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2008 8:53 PM Subject: Re: [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] WHITTINGTON PARISH RECORDS > Born 2nd quarter of 1917 and mother's maiden name was MILLOTT. In 1901 > all > the MILLOTTs in Derbyshire lived in Bolsover. > > Cheers > LIZ > www.btinternet.com/~e.newbery > OPC for Street, Somerset > > ----- Original Message ----- > Fro
8. Re: [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] WHITTINGTON PARISH RECORDS [1]
Born 2nd quarter of 1917 and mother's maiden name was MILLOTT. In 1901 all the MILLOTTs in Derbyshire lived in Bolsover. Cheers LIZ www.btinternet.com/~e.newbery OPC for Street, Somerset ----- Original Message ----- From: "Chris" To: Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2008 8:16 PM Subject: [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] WHITTINGTON PARISH RECORDS >I am trying to find the names of the parents of MURIEL HOBSON who was bor
9. Re: [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] The Paladines [1]
There is a William Hardwick MADIN died in Chesterfield in 1894 age 55. There's a Joseph MOREWOOD died in Chesterfield in 1886 age 66. There doesn't appear to be anyone with any closer names. Cheers LIZ www.btinternet.com/~e.newbery OPC for Street, Somerset ----- Original Message ----- From: To: Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2008 9:23 PM Subject: [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] The Paladines > Hello list > > I am looking for a lead to the
10. Re: [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] SURNAME [1]
Hello I am hoping someone maybe doing research on the following families: WYKES, HALL, ELLIS, WATSON. Regards Hazel in Oz
11. Re: [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] SURNAME [1]
Hi Hazel, I only have a faint relationship with the Ellis name. My Great grandfather William Charles Holmes b 1852 in Gainsborough, LIN, married a widow Sarah Ann Ellis following his wife's death. Sarah born about 1855 in Chesterfield, was the widow of John Ellis and the mother of three children Edmund, 1876, Elizabeth, 1878 and John, 1881 whom she brought into the marriage, and all born in Chesterfield. William Charles Holmes and Ann Ellis were married in 1889 in Chesterfield according to St Cath's
12. Re: [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] WHITTINGTON PARISH RECORDS [1]
Thanks Angela--that's great. Regards Chris ----- Original Message ----- From: "A. Treweek" To: Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2008 8:58 PM Subject: Re: [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] WHITTINGTON PARISH RECORDS > Hi. > > The birth registration shows her mothers maiden name as MILLOTT. > > The only marriage I could find was for Benjamin Gillott HOBSON and Laura > MILLOTT in June 1906. > > This was from FreeBMD. > > Kind Regards > Angela Trew
13. [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] Cold beds [1]
My friend used to put a shelf out of the oven (coal fire) in her bed, it was wrapped in an old blanket, but of course she had to take it out before she could get in bed, you cant hug an oven shelf can you? Rita in Germany
14. [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] Thomas Bramwell Descendants [1]
I am looking for information about the descendants of Thomas Bramwell of Tideswell. He had three children - William, Samuel and James Robert. James Robert, born 1864, was my great grandfather. He emigrated to Canada in 1886. My information is that Samuel married Rose and they had two daughters Louise and Helen. Information request from Sharon Enns, Canada
15. Re: [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] Thomas Bramwell Descendants [1]
Doesn't look an easy one this Sharon. I am surprised that I cannot find the BRAMWELL family in the 1871 census. By 1881 your James Robert BRAMWELL is an apprentice and living away from home. The others do not show up with a Thomas. Do you have the birth certificate of James Robert...that is where you need to start. Perhaps Thomas died young and therefore the other children are not at home. Finding their years of birth would help and with this we could tie down the year of marriage. You should u
16. Re: [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] WHITTINGTON PARISH RECORDS [1]
Hi. The birth registration shows her mothers maiden name as MILLOTT. The only marriage I could find was for Benjamin Gillott HOBSON and Laura MILLOTT in June 1906. This was from FreeBMD. Kind Regards Angela Treweek > From: andcris@thunderroad12332.freeserve.co.uk> To: ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD-L@rootsweb.com> Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2008 20:16:02 +0000> Subject: [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] WHITTINGTON PARISH RECORDS> > I am trying to find the names of the parents of MURIEL HOBSON who was born in Wh
17. [ENG-DERBYSHIRE-CHESTERFIELD] jlindley41@sky.c om [1]
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18. REPOSTING NAMES [1]
Hi Everyone Hoping that someone out there might be researching the same names as listed below, please don't be shy in replying, I really am such a nice person and I'm longing to meet SOMEONE with the same interest (Well it is raining and I'm now retired with nothing to do) thank you John in a warm but wet Nottingham John Morriss HUME Always looking for:-HUME plus ARCHER-Cradley Herts, 1840---BEAL(E) - Sheffield 1880 BROOKES-Rotherham BOIK- SCOTLAND, SOUTH AFRICA, London BROGDEN - Collingham York 1851 1860-
19. William Florence [1]
On the 1891 Census, my G Grandfather, William Florence was shown as living at The Caravan, Brickhouse Yard, Brampton, with his occupation being Cork Cutter. Could some kind person give me any information on where Brickhouse Yard was and also what a Cork Cutter might do. TIA. John Florence. ( Mansfield Woodhouse).
20. Robert Saunderson and family, Chesterfield [1]
Hello everyone! Can anyone help me find more information about Robert SAUNDERSON of Chesterfield who died in 1861 or thereabouts. He was twice married, the first wife I do not know but the second wife was a Miss Howe. Their children were: William SAUNDERSON who set up business as hair dresser in Clay Cross and died 1894 or 1895 Frances SAUNDERSON who married Mr GALLEY, Chesterfield Samuel SAUNDERSON d.1899 who married Miss ROPER, Chesterfield Robert SAUNDERSON marriage unknown to me but had family in Ches
21. old occupations [1]
Hi everyone, Just enjoyed watching three Buster Keaton movies from the 1918 era. Very funny and caused a lot of thought. Two of which are, 1. Was the music played on the piano issued with the film, or did the pianist make it up as he went? and 2. What would the pianist enter down as his job occupation, a pianist or cinemagraphic accompanist. Still looking for any HUME's out there plus the 'other lot'. regards John in a cold but dry Nottingham John Morriss HUME Always looking for:-HUME plus ARCHER-Cradley
22. Re: [Chesterfield] RE: War Graves [1]
Thanks Gwen am doing that John ----- Original Message ----- From: "Gwen Waters" To: Sent: Thursday, March 02, 2006 10:17 AM Subject: [Chesterfield] RE: War Graves > There is a German website similar to the CWGC you can search at > http://www.volksbund.de/graebersuche/content_suche.asp > > Regards > Gwen > Mt Gambier, South Australia > > -----Original Message----- > From: john.hume [mailto:john.hume@ntlworld.com] > Sent: Tuesday, 28 Feb
23. Titanic -muscians [1]
Hi All, just noticed someone mention strolling bands. Just wondered if anyone has information on the various bands that were hired out to passenger ships, such as the Titanic in the 1900's. The lead violinist on the Titanic, (the film showed him to be tall, dark and handsome, as well as a talented musician) was a certain John Hume, however at the Titanic memorial in Southampton is name is mis-spelt to include an 'L'. As the ship went down, John carried on playing and his body was recovered and buried in Fa
24. FLAVELL - LOWE - PLATTS [1]
Family interests in the Chesterfield area include the following : CUTTS. FLAVELL (Calow - Clay Cross-Chesterfield- Thurnscoe). JACKSON (Grassmoor - Wilne) LOWE (Calow 1800 - 1930's) (Hasland - Bolsover). LUNN. NEAL (Brimmington - Chesterfield) PARKIN (Whittington) PLATTS (Waleswood-Clowne-Whitwell)(also Rotherham-Sheff). PROCTOR. ROTHERFORTH. SALES. WELLS. WRIGHT. Regards. Dennis FLAVELL. Cambridgeshire, England. www.one-name.org/profiles/flavell.html
25. Marriage information [1]
Looking for the marriage of Mark Key/Kay/Kaye married Grace ? Their first child Charles was born 1836 at Newbold Chesterfield. MARK was born at Whittington nr Chesterfield. about 1814 On the 1841 census the family are living at Stone Gravels, Newbould & Dunstan, the name is written and indexed as KEY rather than KAY in both the 1841 and 51 censuses. Any help much appreciated. Ken and Joan Littlewood Ken Littlewood at Barnsley Yorkshire Researching LITTLEWOOD: from KIRKBURTON/ HOLMF

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