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A Major Collection of pre 1828 Pedigrees, Charters, Documents, Deeds & Wills
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SURNAMES C - Abode / Volume/ folio(s) / More information
CALTON of Stanton 6669 ff.159-160
[family in the neighbourhood] named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
CARRIER 6668 ff.104-5
pedigree of, with others
CAVENDISH 6668 ff.220-223
Letters relative to Derby election, 1774
CAVENDISH 6670 ff.194-195
monuments, Bolsover
CAVENDISH 6671 ff.132-133
Sir William. Grant from Edward III to, of manor of Dovebridge and Dovebridge House, with other grants down to Charles II
CAVENDISH 6671 ff.162-3
Sir George, 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]
CAVENDISH 6672 f.180
family, abstract of grant of manor of Pentrich in Ulkerthorpe
CAVENDISH 6688 ff.127-133
sale by Henry CAVENDISH to William, Lord CAVENDISH, of the manors of Ashford, Chatsworth, Marson, Meadowpleck, Conksbery, and Youlgreave, 8 James I.
CAVENDISH 6695 ff.278, 279
pedigree
CAVENDISH 6695 ff.296, 297
pedigree
CHALESWORTH 6694 ff.99-103
Suit of Sir Archibald GRANT and Dorothy POTTS against Richard BAGSHAW and Richard CHALESWORTH, 1730.
CHALONER 6666 ff.163-167
John, vicar of Wirksworth, full particulars as to the consecration of Cromford chapel (St. Mary's)
CHAMBERS 6668 ff.220-223
Letters relative to Derby election, 1774
CHANDOS 6671 ff.75-81
pedigree and evidences of CHANDOS and POLE
CHANDOS 6672 ff.82-92
suit of Sir Simon with Dame Dorothy, as to manors of Eggington and Newton Solney, 1731, with evidence of families of CHANDOS and POLE
CHANDOS 6673 ff.193-194
agreement between Abbot of Burton-on-Trent and Edward C. As to Stretton Mill, 34 Edward III
CHANDOS 6674 ff.115-124
brief pedigree of, with others
CHAWORTH 6668 ff.375-421
Gertrude, original letters to George POLE, temp. Elizabeth
CHAWORTH 6674 ff.96-97
pedigree of
CHAWORTH 6694 ff.1-6
George, abstract of title of, to manor of Whittington.
CHENEY 6690 ff.33-75
Robert, abstract of title of, to manor of Monyash and to diverse messuages.
CHESTERFIELD, de 6675 ff.383b-384
Inquisito ad quod damnum, 35 Edward III., as to Roger de CHESTERFIELD, William de WAKEBRIDGE, and Richard de TISSINGTON establishing an endorsed chantry in the church of the Blessed Mary of Crich
CHEYNEY 6677 ff.16d-23d
family, beginning with Thomas of Ashford in the Water, will dated 1722/3, in notes relating to manor of Monyash, 17-18thc
CHRISTIAN 6674 f.179
Jno. Gent., Gardener.
See entry for Sutton Hall
CHRISTIE of Pall Mall 6668 f.512-513
Mr., printed particulars of Sale by Auction of five small farms at Stanton, At Great Room, Pall Mall, on 5 April 1792
CLARKE of Somersall etc 6674 ff.150-155
pedigree of, with others
CLARKE 6694 ff.204-216
Release by Sir Gilbert CLARKE to J. LITCHFIELD of Cowley Mills, of Ashover, 34 Charles II
CLARKE 6696 ff.31, 32
pedigree of. Also ff.38, 39
CLARKE 6696 ff.38, 39
pedigree of. Also ff.31, 32
CLAYTON of Breadsall 6666 ff.182-187
indenture quadtripartite, 1764 between John REYNOLDS jun., and Jacob REDFERN of Crich, assignees of the estate of Thomas DODD, late of Crich, a bankrupt potter of the first part, John CLAYTON, clerk of Breadsall for the second, Peter NIGHTINGALE of Lea for the third and John LAVERACH of Shirland gentleman for the fourth, as to the manor and lordship of Lea.
CLERKE 6689 ff.312-319
Henry BOWNE's suit with Sir Talbot CLERKE concerning Derwent Hall and Monyash estate.
COATES of Crumford 6704 f.177b
Magrett, complaint to the King re Margaret COATES of Cumford, widow to provided for needs of herself and children. One Raphe Wigley shot her dog
COCK 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
COCKAYNE 6667 f.48
pedigree of, with Herthull
COCKAYNE 6671 ff.243-244
order for trial between William COCKAYNE and Ann LANE and Henry TRAVIS as to impropriate rectory of Bradborne, 22 Charles II
COCKAYNE of Ashbourne and Harthill 6672 ff.176-179
Sir Thomas COCKAYNE of Ashbourne and Francis COCKAYNE of Harthill v. Sir John ZOUCH of Codnor and others as to the entail of Harthill, Ballidon, Mappleton, Calton, Thorpe, Bradley, etc. 31 Elizabeth
COCKAYNE 6675 f.176
extracts of family from of Ashbourne registers
COCKERAM 6688 ff.14-17
suit of Edward LOWE against W. STORER and J, COCKERHAM concerning Alderwasley, Ashleyhay and Milnhay, 10 Charles I
COKE of Trusley 6666 ff.33 & 34
pedigree of, with others
COKE 6670 f.86
Robert, named in original apportionment of manors of Lea and Bradbourne, 23 July 1679
COKE 6673 ff. 254-265
Schedule of evidence as to Trusley, Dalbury, Pinxton, and other COKE estates.
COKE 6675 ff.251-254
pedigree of
COKE 6675 ff.353-375
pedigree of, with others
COKE 6692 ff.114-119
Partition deed between Edward WILMOT and wife, and Dewes COKE and wife, of divers manors, 1727
COKE 6691 ff.128-131
Edward WILMOT's exchange with D'Ewes COKE of the manor of Trusley and Pinxton, 1731
COKE 6695 f.280
pedigree.
COLLYAR 6671 ff.158-167
Robt., mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
COLUMBELL of Darley 6667 ff.333-334
pedigree of
COLUMBELL of Darley 6669 ff.159-160
[family in the neighbourhood] named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
COLUMBELL 6670 ff.119-122
family, of Darley deeds etc
COLUMBELL 6670 ff.136-151
of Darley and the
COLUMBELL 6681 f.136d
family of, 16-17c, See reference in Wolley, Matlock Vol 6681-6
COLUMBELL 6687 ff.121-134
John, settlement of a moiety of the manor of Radcliffe, 1656
COLUMBELL 6687 ff.136,143
award as to manor of Darley between Mr. COLUMBELL and the Earl of RUTLAND as to of Darley manor, 1661
COLUMBELL 6687 ff.145-148
Mr. COLUMBELL's case as to the differences btween him and the Earl of RUTLAND as to of Darley manor, 1661
COLUMBELL 6687 f.149
births, marriages and deaths of the family, 1569 to 1687
COLUMBELL of Darley 6687 ff.162,163
ancient seat, plan of the sheep walks and view of the estate and manor-house of Netherhall, c.1700. It was pulled down in 1796.
COLUMBELL 6687 ff.165-173
manor Court Rolls of Darley, II Henry IV, 12 Henry VI, 5 Edward IV, 21 Edward IV, 12 Henry VII, 7 Henry VIII and 17 Elizabeth.
COLUMBELL 6687 ff.174-183
further papers
COLUMBELL 6692 ff.158-197
Suit of Anthony SIMON with Peter COLUMBELL touching a mill at Darley, 1650
COLUMBELL of Darley Hall 6702 -
This MS. seems formerly to have been the commonplace book of Roger Columbell, of Darley Hall, in the county of Derby, esquire, who died anno. 1605; it was given to me by Mr. Herbert Greensmith BEARD, of Stancliffe Hall, anno. 1792.
" Adam Wolley, junr."
COLUMBELL 6702 f.84
Tranthe, name mentioned in commonplace book of Roger Columbell regarding marriage
COLUMBELL 6702 f.76
Warrant of three justices, on the information of R. COLUMBELL, to authorise W. GILTON of Darley, whose house was burnt by accident on 19th January 1603, and property lost value £40, to collect contributions according to statute, 39 Elizabeth. Dated February, 1603
COLVILLE 6671 ff.76-77
pedigree showing relationships of COLVILE, BASSETT, MUTTON and POLE
COMPTON 6689 ff.458-463
Indenture between James Lord COMPTON and Elizabeth, his wife, and the Earl FERRERS respecting manors in counties of Derby, Northampton, and Warwick, 1721.
CONINGSBY 6693 ff.2-4
pedigrees of CONINGSBY, LEATHALL and Earls of LANCASTER
CONINGSBY 6693 ff.6-18
pedigree extracts from Hope registers, a Latin Bible at Hampton Court, etc.
COOK of Cowley 6671 ff.158-167
Robert, 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]
COOPER 6673 ff.316-317
Articles of Agreement between Peter NIGHTINGALE and John Gilbert COOPER, 1742.
COOPER 6694 ff.124-126
Suit of Elizabeth TURNOR with J. G. COOPER concerning the manor of Locko, 1736
COTTON 6695 f.283
pedigree
CRESWICK [Haddon worker] 6669 ff.159-161
Wid., named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc." Bailiff's acc. Expended in housekeeping, 1664
CRICH of Ashover 6668 ff.36-39
"Abstract of writings relating to the family of, pennes Cornelius Crich, anno 1755"
CROFT of Holmesfield and Brampton 6666 f.97
pedigree of
CROWSHAW 6667 ff.362-365
Mr., accounts of Benefactions and Charities given to the Borough of Derby, with others
CUMPSALL 6671 ff.158-167
mentioned by surname only in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
CURTIS 6671 ff.158-167
Robert, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
CURTIS 6671 ff.162-3
Thomas, 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]
CURZON 6667 ff.131-5
Mr. Roper's description of the Antiquities in the Hall of Kedleston, 3rd October, 1657 ; chiefly heraldic. Also heraldry and monuments in the church, and family notes "taken from a M.S. lent me by Sir Nathaniel Curzon, 9th Nov., 1781" (See Churches of Derbyshire, iii., 176-7)
CURZON of Croxhall 6669 f.124
pedigree of
CURZON 6691 ff.46-68
Sale from German POLE and G. RAYNOR to Sir John CURZON of parts of Hulland and Belper Wards, 1674
CURZON 6695 ff.39-44
Exchequer proceedings as to Thursley Grange ; Francis CURZON refused to show title to the same, 12 Elizabeth.

SURNAMES D - Abode / Volume/ folio(s) / More information
DAKEYNE of Biggin Grange 6675 ff.391-401
pedigrees and deeds of, with others
DAKEYNE 6688 f.240
letter from Arthur DAKEYNE to Sir P. JENKINSON concerning title deeds of J. Gregory
DAKEYNE 6694 ff.112-123
Suit of Henry KAYES with John DAKEYNE concerning Ockbrook and Hopwell, 1714.
DAKIN of Stubbing Edge 6674 ff.79-80
Letters patent of denization of Katherine D, wife of Richard, daughter of Patrick SCHANG of Edinburgh, 36 Elizabeth (favourite female attendant of Mary Queen of Scots; with pedigree of JOHNSON/FRANCIS
DARLEY 6696 ff.35-47
pedigree of
DARLEY, de 6666 ff.1-5
Andrew, lands of, in Darley, Burley and Bakewell. Escheat, 33 Henry III. Extracts from Gervase Holles's M.S. collections intitled Trusbut, now (1804) in the possession of Sir Joseph BANKS
DARLEY, de 6666 ff.1-5
Henry and Matilda, includes Inquisito ad quod damnum , 3 Edward II, as to mediety of Darley manor. Extracts from Gervase Holles's M.S. collections intitled Trusbut, now (1804) in the possession of Sir Joseph BANKS
DARLEY, de 6666 ff.1-5
Robert. Escheat, 4 Edward I, messuage and lands at Darley. Extracts from Gervase Holles's M.S. collections intitled Trusbut, now (1804) in the possession of Sir Joseph BANKS
DARLEY, de 6666 ff.1-5
Robert, son of Henry. Escheat, 30 Edward I, two parts of mediety of manor of Darley. Extracts from Gervase Holles's M.S. collections intitled Trusbut, now (1804) in the possession of Sir Joseph BANKS
DARLEY, de 6674 ff.150-155
pedigree of, with others
DASHWOOD 6695 ff.174, 175
pedigree of
DAVENPORT 6671 ff.300-308
Suits relative to rectory of Duffield. DAVENPORT v. LIGGON
DAVENPORT 6681 ff.287-288
family of, 1748 - 1752
DAVENPORT 6691 ff.15-27
Sir Peter, Duchy grant to, 1739
DAVENPORT 6691 ff.30-40
Peter DAVENPORT's suit with R. LYGON as to tithes in Duffield forest, 1743
DAVY 6671 ff.158-167
mentioned by surname only in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
DAYKEYNE 6675 f.182
pedigree
DEANE 6704 f.210
James, for Wirksworth. Court held at Wirksworth church 28th July 1611 A Lea [levy or rate] made towards church repair and casting of the first bell. With names of Sessors who subscribed and set their hands
DEGGE of Derby 6674 ff.200-207
pedigree of, with others
DEINCOURT 6674 ff.186-190
pedigree of, with others
DENTON 6687 ff.343-369
suit against the Burgesses of Derby by J. DENTON and others for charitable causes, 1757
DERBY 6687 ff.343-369
suit against the Burgesses of Derby by J. DENTON and others for charitable causes, 1757
DES VREUX 6695 ff.67-84
DES VREUX v. WHITTINGHAM and BURTON; tithe suit as to Stapenhill.
DETHICK 6674 ff.69-72
Suit between Sir William DETHICK and Eleanor de LAWTON, 22 Richard II as to lands at Radbourne, Muggington, Egington, Duffield and Belper
DEVONPORT 6687 ff.308, 309
suit of Sir John STATHAM with Peter DEVONPORT, 1746.
DEVONSHIRE 6667 ff.362-365
Countess of, accounts of Benefactions and Charities given to the Borough of Derby, with others
DEVONSHIRE 6668 ff.210-214
Duke of, re letters relative to disturbances in Derbyshire as to the non-currency of clipped or defaced money then in circulation, 1696
DEVONSHIRE 6687 ff.310-328
suit of Henry FERNE with S. WILCOCK and the Duke of Devonshire concerning Bonsall
DEYNECOURT 6674 ff.105-111
pedigrees, etc
DIGBYE 6702 f.85
Gylbert, name mentioned in commonplace book of Roger Columbell regarding "stuffe" bought for his wife, 30 Jan 1571
DOCKSEY 6673 ff.249-253
suit as to Snelston manor bewteen Ralph and Elizabeth, 1704
DOCKSEY 6694 ff.74-84
Robert with Elizabeth, suit of, concerning the manor of Snelston.
DODD of Crich 6666 ff.182-187
indenture quadtripartite, 1764 between John REYNOLDS jun., and Jacob REDFERN of Crich, assignees of the estate of Thomas DODD, late of Crich, a bankrupt potter of the first part, John CLAYTON, clerk of Breadsall for the second, Peter NIGHTINGALE of Lea for the third and John LAVERACH of Shirland gentleman for the fourth, as to the manor and lordship of Lea.
DRAPER 6674 ff.346-347
Tithe suit, Sutton-on-the-Hill, between John TATHAM vicar and Mary DRAPER and others, 5 William and Mary
DRAYCOTT 6668 ff.104-5
pedigree of, with others
DUGDALE 6669 ff.159-160
Sir Wm., named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."

SURNAMES E - Abode / Volume/ folio(s) / More information
EAKINS 6694 ff.183-188
Suit of Elizabeth EAKINS v. Sir John EVERY, 1717
EBORAL 6674 f.179
Tho. of Warwick, Joyner.
See entry for Sutton Hall
EDWARDS 6688 ff.253-256
Katherine MARBURY, of Darley Hall, agreement with J. EDWARDS for the sale of a farm, 1686
ELTOFTE 6671 ff.162-3
Mr. Thomas and his wife, 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]
ERRINGTON 6668 ff.168-169
George and titles of Wirksworth
ERRINGTON 6671 ff.288-296
Suit of George ERRINGTON and Rachael ETTRICKE against Sir John STATHAM as to tithes of Wirksworth and Wigwell Grange, 1756-9
ETTRICKE 6671 ff.288-296
Suit of George ERRINGTON and Rachael ETTRICKE against Sir John STATHAM as to tithes of Wirksworth and Wigwell Grange, 1756-9
EVERY 6670 f.86
H., named in original apportionment of manors of Lea and Bradbourne, 23 July 1679
EVERY 6672 ff.82-92
suit of Sir Simon eith Dame Dorothy, as to manors of Eggington and Newton Solney, 1731, with evidence of families of CHANDOS and POLE
EVERY 6694 ff.183-188
Suit of Elizabeth EAKINS v. Sir John EVERY, 1717
EYRE of Holme, Hassop, Eastwell, & Rowtor 6669 ff.159-160
[family in the neighbourhood] named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
EYRE of Beeley 6669 ff.159-160
[family in the neighbourhood] named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
EYRE 6671 ff.162-3
Mr. Rowland, 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]
EYRE 6675 ff.332-246
pedigree of (very full), with others
EYRE 6675 ff.347-352
"Monuments and Fenestral Inscriptions relating to family of", in the churches of Hathersage, Hope, Bakewell, Youlgreave, in Rowtor chapel, and in the halls of Hassop and Highlow
EYRE of Hope 6675 ff.353-375
pedigree of, with others
EYRE of Padley 6675 ff.391-401
pedigrees and deeds of, with others
EYRE of Highlow 6687 ff.223-242
Robert, grant to, of the manor of Tideswell, etc., 1634
EYRE of Rowtor 6687 ff.234-246
Thomas, suit of , with Lady HOPE and J. MERRIL concerning lands at Chellmorton and Flagg, 1701
EYRE 6688 ff.266-268
a sketch of the business between Rowland EYRE and Tideswell School.
EYRE 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

SURNAMES F - Abode / Volume/ folio(s) / More information
FANSHAW 6668 ff.151b, 152
1567 - 1609, extracts of families from Dronfield PR
FANSHAWE 6670 ff.154-169
Free school at Dronfield (founded 1579), incl. Paphle, 1786.
FANSHAWE 6671 ff.158-167
Mrs Henry, godparent of MOWER's children, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
FANSHAWE 6671 ff.158-167
John, godparent of MOWER's children, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
FARNWORTH 6688 ff.241-243
sale to John GREGORY, from R. HODGKINSON and J. FARNWORTH, of lands in of Ashover, 1648
FAWNE 6666 ff.47-96
family of, see also Churches of Derbyshire ii, 561-9
FEARNE 6672 f.249
Letter to Robert F., High Constable for the Hundreth of Wirksworth, 18 Mar 1674 from Will. BOOTHBY and W. FITZHERBERT - about Hearth Tax
FERNE of Hartington 6668 ff.314-326
pedigree of, with others
FERNE 6672 f.250
Henry, letter to his father Robert of Bonsall, 2nd June 1688
FERNE 6687 ff.310-328
suit of Henry FERNE with S. WILCOCK and the Duke of Devonshire concerning Bonsall
FERNE 6692 ff.56-84
John, depositions in the cause against, concerning lands in Hognaston, 13 James I
FERNE 6704 f.210
John, for Hopton and Alderwaslee. Court held at Wirksworth church 28th July 1611 A Lea [levy or rate] made towards church repair and casting of the first bell. With names of Sessors who subscribed and set their hands
FERRER 6668 ff.106-7
Tithes of Bradbourne, temp. Elizabeth, Mr. FERRER's case
FERRERS 6670 f.86
John, named in original apportionment of manors of Lea and Bradbourne, 23 July 1679
FERRERS 6674 ff.49-50
pedigree of
FERRERS 6675 ff.301b-303
elaborate pedigree of, from Mill's Catalogue of Manor, pronounced by Dugdale to be very erroneous, to which A.W. adds a note that it is "not so erroneous as Dugdale."
FERRERS 6675 ff.304-307
collection
FERRERS 6687 f.248
case (printed) of Robert SHIRLEY, son and heir of Robert, Lord FERRERS and Ann his wife, against Dame Elizabeth FERRERS and others, 1690
FERRERS 6689 ff.458-463
Indenture between James Lord COMPTON and Elizabeth, his wife, and the Earl FERRERS respecting manors in counties of Derby, Northampton, and Warwick, 1721.
FINDERNE 6674 f.103
pedigree of
FINNEY 6673 ff.88-89
inscriptions and register entries, Stoney Middleton, Bakewell, of Ashford, Monyash
FITZHERBERT 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
FITZHERBERT of Tissington 6675 ff.307b-319
pedigree of, with others
FITZHERBERT of Norbury 6675 ff.307b-319
pedigree of, with others
FITZHERBERT 6675 ff.353-375
pedigree of, with others
FITZHERBERT of Tissington 6675 ff.380b-383
pedigree of, with others
FITZHERBERT of Somersall 6675 ff.380b-383
pedigree of, with others
FITZHERBERT 6696 f..49
pedigree of
FITZHERBERT of Norbury 6689 f.201
Suit between Sir John FITZHERBERT, of Norbury, and Sir Edward LECHE, 1638.
FLETCHER of Lichfield 6668 f.489
letter from Mr J FLETCHER of Lichfield to Mr. MASON chaplain of Rowtor, remonstrating with him for baptising children and churching women, as no power is given for this by the consecration deed, and it is an interference with the right of the parish church of Youlgrave. 16th Jan 1769
FLETCHER 6675 ff.291-294
suit of Hugh FLETCHER against Richard SLACK as to tithes at Tideswell Hill and Hargate Wall, 27-28, George III
FLINT of Crich and Lea in Ashover 6677 ff.245-249
family, 1600/1-1762
FLINT 6689 ff.170-173
Leases by Thomas PERSHALL, of Checkley, of lands in of Ashover to J. FLINT and others, temp. Charles I
FOLJAMBE 6667 ff.213-223
chantry at Tideswell
FOLJAMBE 6668 ff.153-155
elaborate pedigrees, with other surnames
FOLJAMBE 6670 f.93
Godfrey, grant to stewardship of High Peak
FOLJAMBE of Barlborough 6671 ff.158-167
George and his son Henry, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
FOLJAMBE of Barlborough 6671 ff.158-167
Henry and his father George, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]George and his son Henry FOLJAMBE;
FOLJAMBE 6671 ff.162-3
Mr. Francis, 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]
FOLJAMBE 6671 ff.162-3
Hercules, brother of Godfrey, 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]
FOLJAMBE 6672 ff.8-16
Henry and Katherine his wife, daughter and co-heiress of George FOLJAMBE of Balborough, touching moiety of manors of Barlborough, Whitwell, Cresswell, Clown, Thurlesthorp, Killamarsh, etc temp Elizabeth to 1674 ; being abstract of title of Francis POLE's estate in Barlb. and Kill, purchased by Lord FRESCHEVILE of the co-heirs of George FOLJAMBE
FOLJAMBE [of Walton, Chesterfield] 6672 ff.166-168
family notes-fragment, badly written, late 16thc beginning with Godfrey of Walton, Chesterfield, sheriff of co. Derby, 21 Elizabeth. He was married to Isabell daughter of Sir Christopher WRAY
FOLJAMBE 6673 f.293
Inquisito ad quod damnum as to founding of chantry in Bakewell church for Godfrey and Anne, 37 Edward III.
FOLJAMBE 6675 ff.353-375
pedigree of, with others
FOLJAMBE 6675 f.384
Inquisito ad quod damnum, 32 Edward III., as to Godfrey FOLJAMBE and William de SAPPERTON endowing a chantry in the chapel of St. Mary, Elton
FOLJAMBE 6702 f.79
Godfrey & Constance, name mentioned in commonplace book of Roger Columbell regarding how to make a horse feed
FOLJAMBE of Moorhouse 6671 ff.162-3
Mr. Godfrey, [1573, 1577, died and buried at Brampton 15 November 1591, 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]
FOX of Stanton 6669 ff.159-160
[family in the neighbourhood] named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
FOX 6671 ff.158-167
Mrs buried 3 Nov 1585 grandmother to Peter BARLEY; mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
FOX 6671 ff.158-167
Thomas, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
FOX 6671 ff.158-167
William, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
FRANCIS of Coxbench 6674 ff.79-80
pedigree of, with JOHNSON
FRAUNCEY of Coxbench 6667 f.352
pedigree of
FRAUNCEYS 6668 ff.375-421
Francis, original letters to George POLE, temp. Elizabeth
FRECHEVILLE 6688 ff.264, 265
Arthur MOWER's suit with Peter FRECHEVILLE and J. LAWRANCE as to Staveley tithes, 1576
FRECHEVILLE 6696 f..50
pedigree of
FRECHVILLE 6668 ff.151-2
Bible entries plus more, see also Churches of Derbyshire vol.I (Staveley)
FRESCHEVILE 6672 ff.8-16
Henry and Katherine his wife, daughter and co-heiress of George FOLJAMBE of Balborough, touching moiety of manors of Barlborough, Whitwell, Cresswell, Clown, Thurlesthorp, Killamarsh, etc temp Elizabeth to 1674 ; being abstract of title of Francis POLE's estate in Barlb. and Kill, purchased by Lord FRESCHEVILE of the co-heirs of George FOLJAMBE
FRESCHVILLE 6672 f.122
John, letters to attorney of, concerning lands in Hymsworth, 1607
FULLWOOD 6688 ff.195-198
settlement on Sir George FULLWOOD and Christopher FULLWOOD, and Mary, his wife, of the tithes of Youlgreave and of lands in Middleton, temp. James I.
FYNNEY of Stoney Middleton 6675 ff.222-243
pedigree of, with others