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The Andrews Pages: Derbyshire Miscellany
A Genealogy and Local History Resource on The Andrews Pages web site

A small collection of a articles, deeds, miscellaneous documents, and poetry about Derbyshire that do not fit into any other section of the website.


Ashbourne Charters and Early Deeds.
Documents from the Middle Ages relating to Ashbourne, DBY. Extracted from "Derbyshire Charters in Public and Private Libraries and Muniment Rooms." Compiled by Isaac Herbert Jeayes.
List of the Vicars of Ashbourne's parish church, from before 1200 - to recent times.
Ashbourne: Pupils attending the Old School in the 1860s, and an unplanned trip to Dovedale.
Ashbourne: Former Pupils Serving in the Armed Forces in late 1915
Ashbourne: Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Roll of Honour, 1919-1922. List of names on the school's memorial.
Ashbourne: The Plague Visitation, 1605-6. The infected households and those who died.
Ashbourne: Poems about a Derbyshire Town.
Two rhyming epitaphs from the mid-seventeeth century and two short pieces from the early nineteenth century.
Birchover: The Will of Thomas Eyre of Rowtor, 1717
who owned extensive estates in Derbyshire and elsewhere.
Bonsall: Poems about the village. Three previously unpublished poems.
Shirland: Rectors of St. Leonard's Parish Church. The first rector was appointed over a thousand years ago.*New*
South Wingfield Association, 1796. Includes Shirland, Alfreton, Crich and adjacent settlements. A group of residents seeking information on those who committed crimes in the area, so they could be prosecuted.