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Derbyshire Parish Records

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Jill 2011 (aka Warrior Princess of Cilla!)

Jill 2011 (aka Warrior Princess of Cilla!) Report 6 Dec 2009 12:44

Hi Derek

Wonder if you would be able to help me a bit please.

Have a George Lindley - born c1866 in Whitwell, Derbyshire. He married Amy Florence Crow in 1892 at Basford. (She was born in Market Rasen, Lincs in 1861).

I cannot find George and Amy on the censues. I might have found George in 1871 age 5 - with mum Annie Lindley and siblings Elizabeth, Walter and a sister (transcribed as Severa - no idea what her name is and the image is dreadful). I have found them in 1901 but not before.

They are not my family at all but I am involved in the local amateur theatre and researching the founder member. I was hoping to find out a bit more about George - parents etc. I am hoping to find a bit of info without having to buy any certs - I don't suppose I would be able to reclaim the costs of any and I have enough of my own to buy. Perhaps I'm being a bit mean but ...

If you can help in any way I would be most grateful.

Jill

Derek

Derek Report 6 Dec 2009 18:01

Hello Jill.......I can confirm the parents of George Lindley..as CHARLES and ANNIE (baptised Whitwell 26.03.1866).....so your 1871 Census entry is correct...........But i'll have a look at it myself and check.

Can't at this moment find much else, just thought I'd get back to you asap with at least something..

Whitwell is on the very edge of North Derbyshire....near Worksop Notts..and there is a Charles Lindley of Mossborough about 1840....which I'll look into..Mossborough also being in the same sort of area..

More later.

Derek

Derek

Derek Report 6 Dec 2009 18:03

Hi LA..the tree is a Public Member Tree if you have access to it!!..and the owner has been in touch with me with the exact smjae problem!!
Hit me with the Wiltsheres!! I'm game for anything!!

Derek

Jill 2011 (aka Warrior Princess of Cilla!)

Jill 2011 (aka Warrior Princess of Cilla!) Report 6 Dec 2009 18:05

Oh Derek - that's fabulous - thank you.

I can't understand why they are so difficult to spot on the censuses - beginning to drive me a bit dotty!

Jill

LaGooner

LaGooner Report 6 Dec 2009 19:52

Yes I have access to Ancestry. In fact I have my tree on there also. I have left off Wiltshire lot for a little while as I am working on a tree for one of my foster Aunts as a Christmas present. That is not an easy one either her hubby's family are from EIRE.

Derek

Derek Report 6 Dec 2009 21:39

Hi Gooner....Eire..as in ireland.I think i have to chicken out on that one!!

LaGooner

LaGooner Report 6 Dec 2009 21:48

LOL Derek so did I went I got a bit of the way back. Other branch is almost as bad Willams from GUESS??? Wales LOL.

Derek

Derek Report 18 Dec 2009 19:04

Hello everybody..I would like to wish everybody a very happy Christmas and New Year, and hope you'll all come back giving me loads of hassle and late nights in 2010
Thanks for all the fun we've had.

Derek.

jerseylily

jerseylily Report 18 Dec 2009 19:48

Hi Derek

I was wondering where you'd got to - almost at the point of sending a pm to check that you were OK!

Happy Christmas to you and yours and thanks for all the help in 2009.

Pam

PS My Wombles of Wellow are still sitting on your Notts board :-)

LaGooner

LaGooner Report 21 Dec 2009 23:12

Merry Xmas to you and your family Derek, I will keep you busy after Xmas have no fear. I have some in Nottingham too so more hassle for you LOL.

Derek

Derek Report 21 Dec 2009 23:35

Thanks La..........I quiver in fear in the face of your threats!!!!!!!!....have a very Happy Christmas

Derek

wisechild

wisechild Report 24 Dec 2009 14:53

Hi Derek
Happy Christmas.
Wonder if you can help a couple of frustrated researchers please.
Looking for Luke Faulkner (& various spellings) born Clifton, Derbyshire about 1802. Lived all his life in Ashbourne/Sturton. Have both of his marriages to 1/Dorothy Hall & 2/Catherine Norman & all his kids from both marriages. Have him on all the censuses from 1841 until his death. Just can´t find his birth or parents.
Any help would be much appreciated.
Marion

Simon

Simon Report 25 Dec 2009 09:48

Good morning Derek and a very happy Christmas to you!! I thought I'd give you a bit of a rest from chasing up Brentnall's all over the place for a week or so...... but, I'll be back to plague you with all sorts of other queries after we've all digested our turkey or whatever!!!!! I basically just wanted to thank you for your efforts on my behalf without which I'd still be stuck at the begining of the 19th century.
Once again a very merry Christmas to you
With kind regards
Simon

cane

cane Report 25 Dec 2009 12:29

Hello Derek,
did you get any more info on my froggatts......all best,"E"..

Annina

Annina Report 25 Dec 2009 20:25

Sorry Derek can I but in please??

Earth,I can't find your post,my OH is a Derbyshire Froggatt,if I can be of help,Iv'e done more research on his line than mine.

Apologies Derek,tell me to mind my own if you like.

Hope you are recovered from all the rich food,you can cut the atmosphere in our house. Love from Nina.

Barbara

Barbara Report 27 Dec 2009 21:32

Hi Derek, Wonder if you could help by looking up some Parish records for me when you are able to-
Births/Babtisms - parents are John Frederick and Emily Newland - children should be registered in Belper district - born in Smalley, Derbyshire
Emily - 1882 (might have been born elsewhere)
Ethel - 1885
Harold Edward - 1891
Margaret Matilda - 1893
Charles William - 1895
Arthur Edwin/Edwin Arthur - 1897
Dora - 1902
Deaths/Burials for :-
Harold -1892.
Emily Jane Newland - Feb 1910 wife of John Frederick
Thanks so much
Barbara

Marilyn

Marilyn Report 27 Dec 2009 23:55

Hi Derek

Hope you had a lovely Christmas and all the best for 2010.

Was wondering if you can help me with children of John Waterhouse and Grace Hobson who married 26 Jul 1801 in Glossop.

Cheers
Marilyn

Annina

Annina Report 2 Jan 2010 01:10

Happy new year Derek,how's your head?

Love, Nina in Sheffield

Derek

Derek Report 3 Jan 2010 23:47

Hi Michelle.........ISABELLA BOAG..is indeed a tangled web.......
She was born in Crich 1849..her parents were Robert Boag and Margaret Carr.........Robert was from Killington in northumberland .......and married margaret Carr in 1845.
But Margaret died 1848 and Robert remarried to a JANE ROBINSON in 1848.............don't ask me how or why, but by 1861 they were in Crich Derbyshire.......where Robert fathered another five children (at least) by jane........

Mary jane boag 1850
Henrietta 1852
Henry B 1854
Susanna 1856
Theodore 1860

ISABELLA BOAG married JOHN CARR of Dronfield Derbys 03.01.1866

I have no idea whether this John Carr is in any way related to isabella's mother..maybe is a cousin.....I'll keep looking.

Derek

Michele

Michele Report 3 Jan 2010 23:54

Thank you derek lve looked at 1861 census and isabella boags g parents john and jane carr are also living in derbyshire but theres another carr family in that census trying to link them up many thanks for that info michelle