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Who are we looking in for In Derbyshire?

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Derek

Derek Report 2 Nov 2008 13:01

Mary you make it all worht while!! lol.but i ain't done nothing yet..
Derek

fudge1

fudge1 Report 2 Nov 2008 16:05

Sunday afternoon nap?

Derek

Derek Report 2 Nov 2008 23:04

Oy fudge.Sunday afternoon in the rain..from 2.30 till 9.30..organising and presentinf fireworks display at Radcliffe on Trent Cricket Club.and two large Scotches later still going strong!!

AnninGlos

AnninGlos Report 3 Nov 2008 16:25

Derek, if you have the records for Little Over Derbyshire, could you look to see if you can find a Thomas Gladwin born in 1846 give or take a year or two please. Father is also Thomas.

1861/71 give his place of birth as Burton Upon Trent Staffs, but 1881 gives it as Little Over I just want to rule it out if the 1881 is wrong. thanks
Ann
Glos

Derek

Derek Report 3 Nov 2008 20:02

Hi Ann...he was born in Littleover..and since i am more or less local i can tell you that littleover is only a few miles from Burton on Trent..so its the same bloke!!

Derek x

AnninGlos

AnninGlos Report 3 Nov 2008 21:09

thank you Derek. I assume you are not looking at anything that will tell me who his Mother was?

Ann
Glos

Derek

Derek Report 3 Nov 2008 21:53

I'm afraid Ann that i don't have records for his parents

Derek

AnninGlos

AnninGlos Report 3 Nov 2008 21:56

thanks Derek, didn't think you would

Derek

Derek Report 4 Nov 2008 15:07

I'll keep looking though...

Derek

SimonSez

SimonSez Report 5 Nov 2008 00:36

Hello Derek

I have been chasing for the baptism of a Joseph Gilliver for ages. I believe he was born c 1797 Church Gresley/Castle Gresley- that's what the census has me be believe. I think/hope he may be the son of Joseph Gilliver & Hannah ? There is nothing in the IGI for him.
Would be very grateful if you could take a quick look at your data for me please.

Thanks

Simon

Derek:- Hi Simon.......unfortunately the transcripted Baptisms for Church Gresley begin 1841......
But i can confirm the marriage of Joseph Gilliver and Hannah Smith both "of this Parish" 25.09.1793

..adn.. in case it fits anywhere into your research.the marriage of Daniel Gilliver to Anne Boydell 07.04.1823

I'll have a look around for you.

Derek

SimonSez

SimonSez Report 5 Nov 2008 00:48

Hi Derek

Thanks very much for your time. The reason I suspected that Joseph Gilliver c1797 may be the son of Joseph & Hannah is because of the fact that "Joe" Gilliver (1797) was living next door to Daniel Gilliver (c1793) in the 1841 census . Daniel was the son of Joseph & Hannah, so I thought Daniel and Joe may be brothers, but they may be cousins ?I don't know.

Thanks for the marriage info Derek.

Simon

Derek

Derek Report 5 Nov 2008 10:19

Good morning Simon...I'll send you the Gilliver entries i have for Church Gresley kater today.and you can fit them into whatever relevance they might have.

Derek

Mary

Mary Report 5 Nov 2008 14:19

Hi Derek,
did you get Sutton cum duckmanton and Heath records? I was looking for Thomas Hudson his wife Ann and any other family members. Fingers crossed Mary

Derek

Derek Report 5 Nov 2008 15:57

Hi Mary.........have just walked through the door with them!!
Fire away!

Derek

Mary

Mary Report 5 Nov 2008 23:20

Hi Derek,
sorry had to take girls to ballet and drama till 9 then son wont let me on computer.
I have Thomas Hudson born 1792 Sutton cum duckmanton married to Ann? born Heath 1798 you have already found their burials in Bakewell. I wonder if they married in Heath as this was her birth place.
Mary

Derek

Derek Report 5 Nov 2008 23:36

Hang on mary..just sent you long script.and it failed to send cos ...just wait and i'll re-write it .
Derek

Derek

Derek Report 6 Nov 2008 00:04

Hi mary..loads of gremlins tonight..this is te fourth time i have tried to send this data..
Here goes..There were two families in Duckmanton and one of them is the one you want:
Charles Hudson Married Hannah Tallents 14.12.1772 and Thomkas was their youngest child........lets see if this sends!

Derek

Derek Report 6 Nov 2008 00:09

Hooray!!
children of Charles and hannah hudson:

Charles 30.06.1776
Elizabeth 28.05. 1789..married joseph Woodhead
John 12.06.1785
Mary 11.05.1783
Patty 17.10.1773
Richard 09.09 1781 (died 18.12.1781)
Sarah 08.03.1789
and Thomas 11.03.1792 married ANN CHAPMAN daughter of William Chapman 16.01.1815

Chales hudson d. 03.06.1804 of pleurisy/consumption
His widoe hannah died 23.10.1817 aged 64.

Thats it for now..will add anything else tomorrow.

Hope this is what you wanted

Derek

Mary

Mary Report 6 Nov 2008 00:10

wow thats fantastic another generation back thankyou so much

Mary

Mary Report 6 Nov 2008 00:13

just read your second post cant believe it you found loads cant thank you enough your brill!
Mary