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A Major Collection of pre 1828 Pedigrees, Charters, Documents, Deeds & Wills
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SURNAMES A - Abode / Volume/ folio(s) / More information
ABNEY of Willesley 6669 ff.103-111
pedigree of, with others
ABNEY of Willesley Hall 6675 ff.375b-380
"Extracts from some old writings in the possession of Mr. Bunting, Mercer, of Chesterfield. Relate to Brailsford in Tupton and family of Brailsford, temp. Henry VIII.
[Also letter about ABNEY of Willsley Hall who died 15 Aug 1791]
ADKINSON 6671 ff.162-3
John, mentioned in the doings of George Earl of SHREWSBURY and of his entrance to Lordship of Barley Anno Dom 1589- A° Eliz. 31 mo.; part of family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
AGARD 6666 ff.38-40
family of
AGARD 6667 ff.286-94
Sir Henry, confirmation of, in office of Clerk of the Market in the Honor of Tutbury, 5 Charles I.
AGARD of Foston 6669 ff.103-111
pedigree of, with others
AGARD 6672 f.175
Prima Pars Agard (See Three Centuries of Derbyshire Annals, i., 69-84). The rights included "Digging for CoaIes on Newbold Moore, 13s. 4d."
AGARD-VERNON of Derbyshire 6675 ff.320-331
"armorial bearings of some families now or formerly residing in Derbyshire"; arranged alphabetically, after VERNON continued irregularly
AILESBURY 6692 ff.89-90
Earl of, printed case as to the Earls of THANET, BURLINGTON and AILESBURY, being joint lords of the manor of Eyam, in right of their ladies, with explanatory map of the vein of lead n.d.
ALDRICH 6688 ff.269-271
suit between Henry ALDRICH and Andrew and Robert GREENSMITH for trespass, 1707
ALDRICH 6691 ff.3-12
Sir John STATHAM's suit with Walter ALDRICH concerning heriots in High Peak, 1723
ALDRICH 6696 ff.104-120
Suit of Sir John STATHAM with Walter ALDRICH as to heriots in the High Peak, 1723
ALDRICH 6689 ff.44-46
Robert Greensmith's suit with Henry Aldrich to of Darley manor
ALLEN 6671 ff.158-167
John, one of the beadmen at death of George BARLEY, 1568; mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
ALLEN of Ashover 6673 ff.185-190
pedigree of
ALLESTREE of Alveston 6669 ff.103-111
pedigree of, with others
ALLEYNE of Church Gresley 6669 ff.103-111
pedigree of, with others
ALSOP 6668 f.421b
pedigree of
ALSOP of Alsop-in-the-Dale 6669 ff.103-111
pedigree of, with others
ALSOP 6673 ff.306-314
Lawsuit beween Anthony ALSOP and Edward REMINGTON, 1671
ALSOP of Tissington 6674 ff.210-221
pedigree of, with others
ANDERSON 6704 f.171
My Lord, mentioned in letter of John MANNERS to Mr. WIGLEY, 9th Sep 1598
ARCHER of Tideswell 6666 ff.188-201
John esq., the late, printed particulars as to sale by decree of Chancery of manors, lordships and real estate of. Parishes to the north of Bakewell. To be sold at the Grand Hotel, Buxton, 9 & 10 June, 1802
ARCHER 6690 ff.200-215
John, abstract of title of devisees of, to his estates in co. Derby, with counsel's opinion, 1803.
ARKWRIGHT 6666 ff.163-167
Sir Richard, full particulars as to the consecration of Cromford chapel (St. Mary's)
ARKWRIGHT 6668 ff.113-15
Cromford and the Arkwrights
ARKWRIGHT of Cromford 6669 ff.224-225
Printed statement of facts respecting the case of Mr. Richard, Cotton Manufacturer, 1782
ARKWRIGHT 6671 ff.94-98
detailed account of Sir Richard's inventions, written by C. HURT jun, in 1806
ARKWRIGHT 6674 ff.11-21
Licenses, 29 and 43 George III to John GLEG to transfer his lease of the lead mines in Wirksworth to Richard ARKWRIGHT
ARKWRIGHT 6674 ff.57-58
Grant of arms to Sir Richard, 1787
ARKWRIGHT of Cromford 6674 ff.200-207
pedigree of, with others
ARKWRIGHT 6689 ff.361-378
Sir Richard, abstract of title of, to the manor of Cromford.
ARMITAGE 6671 ff.158-167
Thomas, one of the beadmen at death of George BARLEY, 1568; mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
ARNAYNE 6670 f.86b
Sir William, Bart. And Elizabeth, name on inscription on an Almshouse on the of Cromford / Wirksworth road dated 1651, scarcely legible 8th June 1757
ARTERI 6674 f.179
Albert, Gent., one of two Italians who did the stuke (stucco) work.
See entry for Sutton Hall
ASHENHURST of Glossop Dale 6669 ff.103-111
pedigree of, with others
ASHTON [of Stoney Middleton] 6668 ff.72-3
pedigree of
ASHTON of Castleton 6668 f.470
An account given by Mrs. Thomas MARSHALL of Edale, 17 Dec 1778, appeared in Derby News 28 Apr [no year], of a punishment for murder
AVENEL 6666 ff.106-115
family of
AVENEL 6666 ff.106-115
pedigree of

SURNAMES B - Abode / Volume/ folio(s) / More information
BABINGTON of Dethick 6667 ff.318-323
pedigree of, 'in Dr. Pegge's hand'
BABINGTON 6670 f.180
pedigree of
BABINGTON 6687 ff.102-108
counsel's opinion as to certain estates, 1610
BABINGTON 6695 ff.306-315
Rowland, grant to, of the manor of Normanton, etc., 36 Henry VIII.
BACHE of Stanton 6669 ff.103-111
pedigree of, with others
BACON of Crich 6670 ff.195-6
In 1769 David WOODHOUSE and George BACON, churchwardens, took down the weathercock for regilding [Contained in notes by J. Reynold's on Crich and Crich church in 1770-1] See Lea
BADSHAW of the Ridge 6668 ff.188-207
pedigrees, etc.
BAECH of Stanton 6669 ff.159-160
[family in the neighbourhood] named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
BAGE of Stanton 6669 ff.159-160
[family in the neighbourhood] named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
BAGSHAW 6668 ff.210-214
John, re letters relative to disturbances in Derbyshire as to the non-currency of clipped or defaced money then in circulation, 1696
BAGSHAW of Ridgehall 6673 f.244
Thomas, bond for payment of money, 1605
BAGSHAW 6694 f.51
Case of BAGSHAW v. BAGSHAW, and counsel's opinion. "Defndt. bought a coach of one WALKER for which he paid 175 guineas, & never using it but once let it stand in WALKER's shop. Soon after Defendt paid for said Coach, he bespeaked a rich Charriot of said WALKER which he soon Countermanded, & being much consumed in Liquor, as we can make appear, orders a Bond to be made for £200 to said WALKER for what he might have done to the said rich Charriot before the Countermand. Whereupon the Person who filled up the Bond asked WALKER how he could desire £200 for what little he had done to the Charriott or how he could take a bond from Deft in that drunken condition, to which WALKER replied he left it to Deft's generosity and should not have cared if it had.not been £20," etc., etc.
BAGSHAW 6694 ff.99-103
Suit of Sir Archibald GRANT and Dorothy POTTS against Richard BAGSHAW and Richard CHALESWORTH, 1730.
BAGSHAW of Ridge hall 6689 ff. 273-276
Benjamin, setttement by, of Cowley and Millhall farms on his wife, 1732.
BAGSHAWE of Ridge 6669 ff.103-111
pedigree of, with others
BAGSHAWE 6675 ff.353-375
pedigree of, with others
BAKEPUIZ of Barton Bakepuiz 6666 ff.41-43
family of
BAKEPUIZ 6675 ff.307b-319
pedigree of, with others
BALGUY 6675 ff.332-246
pedigree of, with others
BALGUY 6687 ff.99-101
Henry, settlement of his estates at Derwent, Aston, Whitfield and Hathersage, 5 Anne, with counsel's opinion, 1735
BALLIDON of Derby 6669 ff.103-111
pedigree of, with others
BAMFORD 6704 f.210
Court held at Wirksworth church 28th July 1611 A Lea [levy or rate] made towards church repair and casting of the first bell. Mr. Robt. BAMFORD, official, Mr. Toby STOYTE, vicar of Wirksworth, Mr. Richard WARDE, vicar of Duffield and Mr Richard BRANDDRETH a proctor of Lichfield. With names of Sessors who subscribed and set their hands
BANKES 6669 ff.220-222
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vol 6669
BANKS 6666 ff.45 and 46
Extracts from Bishop SANDERSON's collection, per Dnm Josephum BANKS A° 1803
BANKS 6666 ff.1-5
Extracts from Gervase Holles's M.S. collections intitled Trusbut, now (1804) in the possession of Sir Joseph BANKS
BANKS 6673 ff.50-53
pedigree of family and extract from "Royal Recollections", p.59:-
"That Banks is an odd animal, with the physiognomy & gait of a savage, with a fortune to render him independent, & with a knowledge to occupy him - he is a servile courtier."
BANKS 6671 ff.99-108
Extracts from Gervase HOLLES' MS. collections entitled "Trusbut, penes Don. Jos. BANKS bart., anno 1805." Derbyshire extracts from Pipe Rolls.
BARESFORT 6671 ff.162-3
Mr., mentioned in the doings of George Earl of SHREWSBURY and of his entrance to Lordship of Barley Anno Dom 1589- A° Eliz. 31 mo.; part of family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
BARKER of Totley 6671 ff.162-3
Adam, mentioned in the doings of George Earl of SHREWSBURY and of his entrance to Lordship of Barley Anno Dom 1589- A° Eliz. 31 mo.; part of family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
BARLEY 6668 ff.151b, 152
1568 - 1609, extracts of families from Dronfield PR
BARLEY 6671 ff.158-167
George and Mrs., godparents of MOWER's children, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
BARLEY 6671 ff.158-167
George, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
BARLEY 6671 ff.158-167
James, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
BARLEY 6671 ff.158-167
Peter, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
BARLEY of Barley 6671 ff.158-167
Peter esq.; Mrs James BERISFORT wife of Dennis BARLEY and mother of Peter; mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
BARLEY 6671 ff.158-167
Peter, Mrs FOX his grandmother buried 3 Nov 1585; mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
BARLEY 6671 ff.158-167
Peter's Aunt BLONT, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
BARLEY 6671 ff.158-167
wife of Dennis - Mrs James BERISFORT - and mother of Peter BARLEY of Barley esq.; mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
BARLEY 6671 ff.162-3
Mr James, in possession of Barley Hall, mentioned in the doings of George Earl of SHREWSBURY and of his entrance to Lordship of Barley Anno Dom 1589- A° Eliz. 31 mo.; part of family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
BARLEY 6671 ff.162-3
Mr. Peter, mentioned in the doings of George Earl of SHREWSBURY and of his entrance to Lordship of Barley Anno Dom 1589- A° Eliz. 31 mo.; part of family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
BARLOW 6671 ff.162-3
Mr. Peter, mentioned in the doings of George Earl of SHREWSBURY and of his entrance to Lordship of Barley Anno Dom 1589- A° Eliz. 31 mo.; part of family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
BARONS of Stockport 6666 ff.98-100
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BARROW 6692 ff.105-111
Release to Sir Philip GELL by John BARROW of lands in Alsop, 1717
BARTRAM 6668 ff.151-2
from an old Mass Booke belonging formerly to Staveley Church
BASSETT 6671 ff.76-77
pedigree showing relationships of COLVILE, BASSETT, MUTTON and POLE
BATEMAN of Hartington 6669 ff.103-111
pedigree of, with others
BATEMAN 6672 ff.226-227
counsel's opinion in a case of defamation of Hugh BATEMAN by William WARDLE at Ashbourne "in the hearinge of many people" on 10th May 1654
BATEMAN 6688 ff.199-201
minister's account for the manor of Hartington, by Richard BATEMAN, 1647-8.
BATT 6674 ff.173-178
pedigree of, with others
BEARD 6695 ff. 218-220
Abstract of title to copyhold estate in the manor of Matlock
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6691-6
BEARDSALL of Crich 6670 ff.195-6
John BEARDSALL Senr and Thomas BOOMER, churchwardens, bought the weathercock from BIRDS of Mansfield, 1692 [Contained in notes by J. Reynold's on Crich and Crich church in 1770-1] See Lea
BEARDSMORE of Bakewell 6669 ff.159-160
Mr., (parson) named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
BENNETT 6688 ff.5,6
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6687-6690
BEREFORD 6689 ff.304-308
Release by William BEREFORD to Anthony BEREFORD and others of lands in Parwich for the several charitable uses mentioned ill the will, 7 William III
See will of William BERISFORD, 1699
BERESFORD 6668 f.312
pedigree of
BERESFORD of Fenny Bentley 6668 ff.338-342
-
BERESFORD of Beeley 6669 ff.159-160
[family in the neighbourhood] named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
BERESFORD of Ashburne 6671 ff.39-46
abstracts " from deeds of Mr. Fra B." temp. Elizabeth to 1708, chiefly relative to lands in Staffordshire, but also concerning Fenny Bentley, Alsop-in-the-Dale, Mappleton, of Ashborne, Newton Grange and Tissington
BERESFORD of Fenny Bentley 6673 ff.119-120
inscriptions in church
BERESFORD 6674 ff.141-142
arms of, with note by Adam Wolley re changes
BERESFORD of Parwich 6692 ff.94-97
William, conveyance by, of lands for charitable use, 1695
BERISFORT 6671 ff.158-167
Mrs James, wife of Dennis BARLEY and mother of Peter BARLEY of Barley esq.; mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
BERNARD 6691 ff.138, 139
Settlement of Henry GILBERT, of Locko, on his marriage with Elizabeth BERNARD, 1658
BERNARD 6692 ff.112, 113
Settlement on marriage of Henry GILBERT, of Locko, to Elizabeth BERNARD, 1618
BIGG 6694 ff.109, 110
Suit of Edward WILMOT against W. BIGG and G. WALTON for ejecting him by force out of a messuage at Trusley, "with Swords, Daggers, Staves, Clubbs, & Knives," 1732
BINGHAM 6691 ff.263-269
Suit of James BINGHAM with Lettice JENKINSON as to Ballidon, 1748
BIRD 6687 f.247
William, deceased, late estate of, the case of Stanton Hall, 1656-1696
BIRDS of Stanton 6669 ff.159-160
[family in the neighbourhood] named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
BIRDS of Mansfield 6670 ff.195-6
Churchwardens bought the weathercock from BIRDS of Mansfield, 1692 [Contained in notes by J. Reynold's on Crich and Crich church in 1770-1] See Lea
BIRDS of Stanton Hall 6673 ff.94-95
pedigree of
BLACKWALL of Blackwall 6668 ff.156-158
pedigree of, "exceedingly incorrect. A.W."
BLACKWALL 6669 f.25
pedigree of, with of Wensley family
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vol 6669
BLACKWALL of Blackwall 6670 f.82
Richard, confirmation of arms to
BLACKWALL of Blackwall 6675 ff.222-243
pedigree of, with others
BLACKWALL 6694 ff.104-1O8
William of Blackwall's suit with E. LOWE as to commons in Milnhay, 9 Elizabeth
BLACKWALL 6695 ff.262-275
pedigree and family
BLACKWELL [Haddon worker] 6669 ff.159-161
Richard, the dancer, named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc." Bailiff's acc. Expended in housekeeping, 1664
BLITHE of Norton 6668 ff.314-326
pedigree of, with others
BLONT 6671 ff.158-167
Aunt, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
BLONT 6671 ff.162-3
Mr. George [also spelt BLOUNT], mentioned in the doings of George Earl of SHREWSBURY and of his entrance to Lordship of Barley Anno Dom 1589- A° Eliz. 31 mo.; part of family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
BLOODWOOD of Derby and Allestree 6672 ff.260-263
Joseph, late Alderman of D., whose goods were put up for sale at his retirement to A., papers relative to
BLORE 6668 ff.502-504
Thomas, printed proposal of TB to produce a history of Derbyshire, 1791-2
BLORE 6675 ff.219-220
printed proposals for printing first part of the "History and Antiquity of the County of Derby", by Thos BLORE. FSA, 1792
BLOUNT 6668 ff.375-421
George, original letters to George POLE, temp. Elizabeth
BOHUNE 6672 f.134
Abstract of grant to Rupert BROWNE and Samuel BOHUNE of the honour of Tutbury, 1683
BOOMER of Crich 6670 ff.195-6
John BEARDSALL Senr and Thomas BOOMER, churchwardens, bought the weathercock from BIRDS of Mansfield, 1692 [Contained in notes by J. Reynold's on Crich and Crich church in 1770-1] See Lea
BOOTHBY 6666 ff.23-32
Sir Brooke, from deeds (re Hanson Grange) in possession of from 18 Edward II to 1660. Also deed of Ible and Alsop in the Dale
BOOTHBY 6672 f.249
Letter to Robert FEARNE, High Constable for the Hundreth of Wirksworth, 18 Mar 1674 from Will. BOOTHBY and W. FITZHERBERT - about Hearth Tax
BOOTHBY 6675 ff.75-113
abstract of documents relative to Bradley of Ash, and the family of, including will of Sir Henry
BOOTHBY 6675 ff.152-153
documents
BOOTHBY 6696 ff.81-85
Deed of sale by Thomas BOOTHBY of manor of Bradley to N. TWIGG, 1755
BOTHAM 6667 ff.362-365
accounts of Benefactions and Charities given to the Borough of Derby, with others
BOTHAM 6691 ff.263-269
Suit between Richard LISETT and Mary BOTHAM as to manors of Stoney Middleton and Eyam, 1746
BOURNE 6668 ff.246-247
pedigree of
BOURNE of Ashover 6675 ff.379b, 380
detailed account of Immanuel B, rector
BOURNE 6694 ff.189-192
Sale by Obadiah BOURNE of lands in of Ashover to J. BOWER and M. BRIDDON, 1672
BOWDEN of Bowden 6667 f.105
pedigree of
BOWER 6694 ff.189-192
Sale by Obadiah BOURNE of lands in of Ashover to J. BOWER and M. BRIDDON, 1672
BOWN 6694 ff.68-72
Suit of Robert GREENSMITH and Francis BOWN against Sir John STATHAM, bill of expenses, etc., 1723.
BOWNE 6689 ff.312-319
Henry, suit with Sir Talbot CLERKE concerning Derwent Hall and Monyash estate.
BRADSHAW 6668 f.470
An account given by Mrs. Thomas MARSHALL of Edale, 17 Dec 1778, appeared in Derby News 28 Apr [no year], of a punishment for murder
BRADSHAW 6692 ff. 227-240
Peter, lease to, of Chinlies, in the High Peak, 13 James I.
BRADSHAW 6702 f.79
John, name mentioned in commonplace book of Roger Columbell regarding how to make a horse feed
BRADSHAW 6692 f.226
Bond from Francis BRADSHAW and Anthony BRADSHAW to Roland EYRE for the conveyance of a share of land in Rowland and Hassop, 18 Elizabeth
BRADSHAW 6695 f.282
pedigree
BRAILSFORD 6674 ff.150-155
pedigree of, with others
BRAILSFORD 6675 ff.353-375
pedigree of, with others
BRAILSFORD of Brailsford in Tupton 6675 ff.375b-380
"Extracts from some old writings in the possession of Mr. Bunting, Mercer, of Chesterfield." Relate to Brailsford in Tupton and family of Brailsford, temp. Henry VIII.
[Also letter about ABNEY of Willsley Hall who died 15 Aug 1791]
BRAILSFORD of Brailsford in Tapton 6675 ff.391-401
pedigrees and deeds of, with others
BRAMHALL 6671 ff.162-3
Edward, mentioned in the doings of George Earl of SHREWSBURY and of his entrance to Lordship of Barley Anno Dom 1589- A° Eliz. 31 mo.; part of family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
BRANDDRETH of Lichfield 6704 f.210
Court held at Wirksworth church 28th July 1611 A Lea [levy or rate] made towards church repair and casting of the first bell. Mr. Robt. BAMFORD, official, Mr. Toby STOYTE, vicar of Wirksworth, Mr. Richard WARDE, vicar of Duffield and Mr Richard BRANDDRETH a proctor of Lichfield. With names of Sessors who subscribed and set their hands
BRETTON 6675 ff.353-375
pedigree of, with others
BREWER 6691 ff.107-127
Grant to William Brewer by King John of the manors of Chesterfield, Brimington, and Whittington, and of the wapentake of Scarsdale
BRIDDON 6694 ff.189-192
Sale by Obadiah BOURNE of lands in of Ashover to J. BOWER and M. BRIDDON, 1672
BRIGHT of Chesterfield 6674 ff.115-124
brief pedigree of, with others
BRITTON 6668 ff.153-155
elaborate pedigrees, with other surnames
BROMWALL [Haddon worker] 6669 ff.159-161
Ottiwel, the dancer, and his Kinswoman, named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc." Bailiff's acc. Expended in housekeeping, 1664
BROWN 6672 f.134
Abstract of grant to Rupert BROWNE and Samuel BOHUNE of the honour of Tutbury, 1683
BROWN 6675 ff.353-375
pedigree of, with others
BROWN 6702 f.79
John, name mentioned in commonplace book of Roger Columbell regarding how to make a horse feed
BULLOCK 6668 ff.151b, 152
1566 - 1609, extracts of families from Dronfield PR
BULLOCK of Unston 6672 ff.169-172
pedigree of
BUNTINGE 6675 ff.375b-380
"Extracts from some old writings in the possession of Mr. Bunting, Mercer, of Chesterfield." Relate to Brailsford in Tupton and family of Brailsford, temp. Henry VIII.
[Also letter about ABNEY of Willsley Hall who died 15 Aug 1791]
BURLINGTON 6692 ff.89-90
Earl of, printed case as to the Earls of THANET, BURLINGTON and AILESBURY, being joint lords of the manor of Eyam, in right of their ladies, with explanatory map of the vein of lead n.d.
BURROWS 6687 ff.293-299
Suit of Thomas BURROWES with Arthur LOWE as to land in Alderwasley, Ashleyhay, Wirksworth, and Belper, 1690
BURTON of Holmesfield 6671 ff.158-167
wife of Thomas, godparent of MOWER's son Robert, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
BURTON 6674 ff.248-317
Caldwell tithes; Newhall and of Stanton tothes; Stapenhill vicarage. Numerous papers relate to suit of Henry des VOEUX v. Thomas WHITTINGHAM and Charles BURTON. Des VOEUX was appointed to the vicarage of Stapenhill in 1813; the defendants occupiers of land in Newhall and of Stanton, refused tithes of hay, woll, and lambs, etc.
BURTON 6675 ff.353-375
pedigree of, with others
BURTON 6695 ff.67-84
DES VREUX v. WHITTINGHAM and BURTON; tithe suit as to Stapenhill.
BUSHBY 6689 ff.278-281
Mrs., abstract of title deed relating to estate at Cowley, 1787
BUTCHER 6674 f.179
Francis of Duckmanton, carpenter.
See entry for Sutton Hall
BUTLER 6668 f.470
An account given by Mrs. Thomas MARSHALL of Edale, 17 Dec 1778, appeared in Derby News 28 Apr [no year], of a punishment for murder
BUTLER 6675 ff.297, 298
grant by patent of James I to Henry BUTLER and Henry OGLE of rectories of Bolsover, Hartington and Lullington
BUXTON of Holmesfield 6668 f.313
pedigree of
BUXTON of Bradbourne 6669 ff.103-111
pedigree of, with others
BUXTON of Buxton 6669 ff.103-111
pedigree of, with others
BUXTON of Youlgrave & Alport 6669 ff.159-160
[family in the neighbourhood] named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
BUXTON 6670 f.86
German, Walter and Francis, named in original apportionment of manors of Lea and Bradbourne, 23 July 1679