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A Major Collection of pre 1828 Pedigrees, Charters, Documents, Deeds & Wills
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Derbyshire
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SURNAMES G - Abode / Volume/ folio(s) / More information
GEARY of Bakewell 6669 ff.159-160
(parson) named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
GELL 6666 f.246
Sir Phillip, case of and the inhabitants of Brassington as to Griffe Grange, 1701-2
GELL 6666 ff.302-319
and Hopton, Henry VIII to James I
GELL 6667 ff.316-317
grant of tithes in hamlets of Great Longstonne, Rowland, Hassop and Wardlow, from Ralph GELL to Robert SHAKERLEY, 6 Edward VI.
GELL of Hopton 6670 f.271
election address to burgesses of Derby by Philip, 17 Jan 1772
GELL 6671 ff.195-197
pedigree of
GELL 6674 ff.134-135
pedigree of
GELL of Hopton 6675 ff.307b-319
pedigree of, with others
GELL of Hopton 6688 ff.437-443
printed particulars of sale (1809) of Bradborne manor and estates of 1,300 acres ; sold by Marquis of TOWNSEND to Philip GELL for £85,000.
GELL 6690 ff.77-119
Philip, abstract of, the title of, to lands at Hope.
GELL 6692 ff.1-10
Sir Philip GELL's case touching his office of General Receive and Collector of the Rents and profitts of the Deane and Chapter of Lichfield, within the jurisdiction of Bakewell granted to Philip GELL & his heires by patent under their Comon Seale dated 4 Decembris 1550, 4 Edw. Sexti he & his heires Retayning out of the said Rents £5 18 4 for their expenses about the Premises. Sir Philip was great grandson of Ralph
GELL 6692 ff.105-111
Release to Sir Philip GELL by John BARROW of lands in Alsop, 1717
GERNON 6681 ff.137-138
pedigree 13th - 14thc, also spelt Gernoun
GERNONS of Moorhall, Bakewell 6669 ff.85-96
GERNOUN 6681 ff.139-146
pedigree 13th - 14thc, also spelt Gernon
GILBERT of South House Grange 6668 f.112
[about]
GILBERT 6677 ff.16d-23d
family related to Savile, in notes relating to manor of Monyash, 17-18thc
GILBERT 6688 ff.19-31
Assignments to Richard WILMOT, M.D., of messuages in Kirk Hallam from Elizabeth WELBY, Henry GILBERT, and John GILBERT, 1716.
GILBERT 6692 ff.112, 113
Settlement on marriage of Henry GILBERT, of Locko, to Elizabeth BERNARD, 1618
GILBERT 6695 ff.300-315
Thomas, grant of free warren on manors of Spondon and Chaddesden to, 4 Charles I.
GILBERT 6691 ff.138, 139
Settlement of Henry GILBERT, of Locko, on his marriage with Elizabeth BERNARD, 1658
GILL 6689 ff. 253, 254
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6687-6690
GILTON 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
GISBOURNE 6668 ff.220-223
Letters relative to Derby election, 1774
GISBOURNE of Derby 6675 ff.380b-383
pedigree of, with others
GLADWIN 6668 ff.151b, 152
1570 - 1609, extracts of families from Dronfield PR
GLADWIN 6696 ff.86-91
Suit of James OATS against John GLADWIN as to It small cottage built on the waste of Stanton Moor (interesting particulars), 1773
GLADWIN of Tupton Hall 6689 ff.165-167
Assignment by Thomas GLADWIN, of Tupton Hall, of lands in of Ashover to Samuel SLEIGH, 1667
GLEGG 6674 ff.11-21
Licenses, 29 and 43 George III to John Glegg to transfer his lease of the lead mines in Wirksworth to Richard ARKWRIGHT
GOODWIN 6675 ff.162-170
pedigree
GOODWIN 6690 ff.274-:l88
William, abstract of title, of to an estate at Wormhill
GOODWIN 6694 ff.151-173
Suit of William NORTON with J. GOODWIN and others concerning Buxton Mill, 1727.
GOODWIN 6694 ff.193-203
Suit of Henry MELLOR with T. GOODWIN concerning common of lands in Derby, 26 Charles II
GORDON 6668 ff.500-501
Alexander, undated scheme in writing proposed by AG for illustrating the affairs of Derbyshire
GRANT of Eyam 6673 ff.299-301
Writ of outlawry for Debt against Archibald G, 1734
GRANT 6694 ff.99-103
Suit of Sir Archibald GRANT and Dorothy POTTS against Richard BAGSHAW and Richard CHALESWORTH, 1730.
GRAY 6670 f.86
Antichell, named in original apportionment of manors of Lea and Bradbourne, 23 July 1679
GREAVES of Greaves 6667 ff.245-6
pedigree of
GREAVES of Greaves 6669 ff.137-145
GREAVES of Stanton 6669 ff.159-160
[family in the neighbourhood] named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
GREAVES of [Barley] Smithies 6671 ff.162-3
Richard, 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]
GREAVES 6672 ff.136-137
proceedings of Gilbert GREAVES with regard to Sir Gilbert KNIVETON's bond
GREEN [Haddon worker] 6669 ff.159-161
Wm., the Cook, named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc." Bailiff's acc. Expended in housekeeping, 1664
GREENSMITH 6670 ff.97-98
Breadsall Priory and tithes of Little Eaton purchased by Thomas LEACROFT of Andrew GREENSMITH for £1,615, 1703
GREENSMITH 6673 ff.291-292
Herbert and Anne, report of Master in Chancery as to Guardianship of, 1756
GREENSMITH 6673 ff.319-324
Solicitor's bill from Herbert GREENSMITH to Richard WHITBY, 1771-1777
GREENSMITH of Wirksworth 6687 ff.155,156
Andrew, marriage settlement of Andrew, 1703
GREENSMITH 6689 ff.44-46
Robert Greensmith's suit with Henry Aldrich to of Darley manor
GREENSMITH of Wirksworth 6691 ff.256-262
Robert, affair of
GREENSMITH 6694 ff.55-67
Robert, title of, to manor of Darley, 1721.
GREENSMITH 6694 ff.68-72
Suit of Robert GREENSMITH and Francis BOWN against Sir John STATHAM, bill of expenses, etc., 1723.
GREENSMITH 6696 f..48
pedigree of
GREENSMITH 6688 ff.269-271
suit between Henry ALDRICH and Andrew and Robert GREENSMITH for trespass, 1707
GREGORY of Overton, Ashover 6667 ff.23-31
Mr. Richard, "abstract of several old writings in the possession of"
GREGORY of Overton 6668 f.32
pedigree of
GREGORY 6688 f.240
letter from Arthur DAKEYNE to Sir P. JENKINSON concerning title deeds of J. Gregory
GREGORY 6688 ff.241-243
sale to John GREGORY, from R. HODGKINSON and J. FARNWORTH, of lands in of Ashover, 1648
GREGSON 6666 ff.275-276
pedigree of
GREGSON 6668 f.127
bill in the cause of GREGSON v. STANHOPE, 1677 as to market escheator, coroner, etc., in Honor of Tutbury
GRENDON 6674 ff.195-196
pedigrees, etc
GRESLEY 6671 ff.15-28
family and estates, abstracts from Charter Rolls, Patent Rolls, Feet of Fines etc temp. Hen. III to 1730. Relate to their Derbyshire property at Caldwell, Donisthorpe, Drakelow, Gresley, Lullington, Lynton, Okethorpe, Stapenhill and Walton.
GRYNE 6671 ff.162-3
Richard, 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]

SURNAMES H - Abode / Volume/ folio(s) / More information
HALL 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
HALL 6687 ff.187,188
John, case upon the grant of Charles II. in 1673 to JH of £50 per annum issuing out of land in thre manor of the High Peak.
HALLOWES 6688 ff .39-41
sale by Sir Andrew KNIVETON to Nathaniel HALLOWES of the manor of Mugginton, 1654
HALLOWES 6689 ff.310, 311
Sale to Anthony HOLMES by Brabazon HALLOWES part of the manor of Thornton Hall, 1744
HALTON 6670 f.92
pedigree of
HARCOURT, de 6674 f.140b
pedigree
HARDING of King's Newton 6666 ff.33 & 34
pedigree of, with others
HARDINGE 6702 f.79
Nicholas, name mentioned in commonplace book of Roger Columbell regarding how to make a horse feed
HARPUR 6694 f.54
John, case of relative to his settlement of lands in Littleover, Mickleover, and Findern, 1676.
HARTHILL 6666 f.132
pedigree of
HARTLEY 6688 ff.295-303
release of the manor of Yeaveley to John WALKER from D. HARTLEY and H. THORNHILL, 1772
HATTON 6694 ff.240-246
Royal Grant to Sir Christopher HATTON of tithes in of Ashbury and Church Broughton, 28 Elizabeth
HAWSON 6702 f.79
John, name mentioned in commonplace book of Roger Columbell regarding how to make a horse feed
HAYWARD 6675 ff.353-375
pedigree of, with others
HELLABY 6695 ff.45-66
Suit of WILMOT v. HELLABY concerning Trusley, 1817
HENSTOCKE 6674 f.93
original indenture apprenticeship of Anthony SOWTER of Tansley to Edward HENSTOCKE, Tailor, 1631
HERIG 6671 ff.158-167
mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER. [Incorrectly interpreted by Cox as HERIG; the surname was KING - see KING below]
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
HERTHULL 6667 f.48
pedigree of, with Cockayne
HIERON of Little eaton 6674 ff.200-207
pedigree of, with others
HIGTON [Haddon worker] 6669 ff.159-161
Anthy, turnspit, named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc." Bailiff's acc. Expended in housekeeping, 1664
HILL 6704 f.210
William, 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
HINCH of Winster 6674 ff.173-178
pedigree of, with others
HINDES 6694 ff.7- 11
Samuel, abstract of title of, to manor of Whittington.
HODGES 6688 f.18
Release of land by Robert SMITH, of Nottingham, to Richard HODGES, of Park Hall, 1653.
HODGKINSON 6667 f.139
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6666-7
HODGKINSON of Overton Hall 6673 ff.49b
pedigree of
HODGKINSON of Overton Hall 6673 ff.54-55
pedigree of
HODGKINSON 6688 ff.241-243
sale to John GREGORY, from R. HODGKINSON and J. FARNWORTH, of lands in of Ashover, 1648
HODKINSON of Overton Hall 6674 ff.173-178
pedigree of, with others
HOLBROOK 6689 ff.49-54
Sir John Statham's suit with W. HOLBROOK touching the liberty of Wigwall
HOLLAND 6670 f.79
James, rector of south mediety of Darley and the official of the bishop of Lichfield, 1614
HOLLAND of Ford, North Wingfield 6670 f.114
Thomas,short extract by J. Reynolds, 1770 with will of Katherine MARBURY
HOLLAND, de 6674 ff.210-221
pedigree of, with others
HOLMES 6689 ff.310, 311
Sale to Anthony HOLMES by Brabazon HALLOWES part of the manor of Thornton Hall, 1744
HOPE 6675 ff.171-173
pedigree
HOPE 6687 ff.234-246
suit of Thomas EYRE, of Rowtor, with Lady HOPE and J. MERRIL concerning lands at Chellmorton and Flagg, 1701
HOPKINSON 6704 f.210
Anthony, for Ible. 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
HOW 6674 f.179
Thos. of Westminster, Upholsterer.
See entry for Sutton Hall
HUNLOKE 6674 ff.47-48
pedigree of
HUNLOKES of Wingerworth 6670 ff.128-129
HUNT of Overton and Ashover 6666 ff.140-146
with pedigree
HUNT of Ashover and Aston 6674 ff.173-178
pedigree of, with others
HURT 6666 ff.47-96
pedigree of, with arms
HURT 6691 ff.147-159
Nicholas, party to common recovery of lands in co. Derby and Stafford, 1660.
HURT 6691 ff.160-226
Nicholas, divers papers as to, and the LOWES of Alderwasley, Shining Cliff , etc.
HUTCHINSON 6670 f.86
John, named in original apportionment of manors of Lea and Bradbourne, 23 July 1679

SURNAMES I - Abode / Volume/ folio(s) / More information
INCE 6668 ff.375-421
R., original letters to George POLE, temp. Elizabeth
INGRAM 6702 f.85
of Coventry, byll of, name mentioned in commonplace book of Roger Columbell regarding "stuffe" bought for his wife, 1571
IRETON of Ireton 6669 ff.103-111
pedigree of, with others

SURNAMES J - Abode / Volume/ folio(s) / More information
JACKSON 6688 ff.7-9
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6687-6690
JACKSON 6689 ff.321 -332
Title of Simon JACKSON to lands in the township of Ballidon.
JEFFERY 6674 f.179
Willm. of Chesterfield, Plummer.
See entry for Sutton Hall
JENKINSON 6670 ff.94-5
Sir Paul, Stancliffe Hall and, 1715
JENKINSON 6688 f.240
letter from Arthur DAKEYNE to Sir P. JENKINSON concerning title deeds of J. Gregory
JENKINSON 6691 ff.263-269
Suit of James BINGHAM with Lettice JENKINSON as to Ballidon, 1748
JENNANCE 6694 ff.247-251
Bill of costs in the cause of the inhabitants of Brassington v. JENNANCE and others, with plan, 1721-3.
JODRELL 6670 f.173
pedigree of
JOHNSON of Horsley and Makeney 6674 ff.79-80
pedigree of, with FRANCIS
JOLIFFE 6690 ff.120-144
Hylton, abstract of the title of, to moiety of the manor of Elton.

SURNAMES K - Abode / Volume/ folio(s) / More information
KAYES 6694 ff.112-123
Suit of Henry KAYES with John DAKEYNE concerning Ockbrook and Hopwell, 1714.
KILBY 6667 ff.362-365
accounts of Benefactions and Charities given to the Borough of Derby, with others
KINERSLEY 6696 ff.33, 34
pedigree of
KING 6671 ff.158-167
mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER. [Interpreted by Cox as HERIG]
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
KINGSTON Robert, Earl of 6668 f.132
pedigree of
KIRKLAND 6667 f.139
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6666-7
KIRKLAND 6671 ff.154-157
Printed particulars of sale at the Peacock Inn, near Alfreton, on 14th April 1804. … The manor of Newland, with 188 acres, to William KIRKLAND, tenant.
KNIVETON 6672 ff.136-137
proceedings of Gilbert GREAVES with regard to Sir Gilbert KNIVETON's bond
KNIVETON 6688 ff .39-41
sale by Sir Andrew KNIVETON to Nathaniel HALLOWES of the manor of Mugginton, 1654
KNIVETON 6688 ff. 134-141
Sir Gilbert, inquisition of lands of in co. Derby, 1 Charles I
KNIVETON 6688 ff.210-215
grant of a court leet in the manors of Bradley, Mercaston, etc., to William KNIVETON, 12 Charles I.

SURNAMES L - Abode / Volume/ folio(s) / More information
LACHE 6671 ff.158-167
Allen, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
LAMBE 6666 ff.34&35
memoranda as to Sir Matthew, and his son Sir Peniston, created Loed Melbourne, of Kilne, in Ireland, 1770
LANCASTER Earls, of 6675 ff.307b-319
pedigree of, with others
LANCASTER 6693 ff.2-4
Earls of, pedigrees of, with CONINGSBY and LEATHALL
LANE 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
LANE 6704 f.210
Thomas, for Crumforde. 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
LASCELLES 6687 ff.109-113
Edwin, abstract to title to manors of Cromford and Willersley
Also see reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6687-6690
LAVERACH of Shirland 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.
LAWRANCE 6688 ff.264, 265
Arthur MOWER's suit with Peter FRECHEVILLE and J. LAWRANCE as to Staveley tithes, 1576
LAWSON of Bakewell 6669 ff.159-160
Dr., (parson) named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
LAWTON 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
LEACH of Chatsworth 6667 f.244
pedigree of
LEACROFT 6670 ff.97-98
Breadsall Priory and tithes of Little Eaton purchased by Thomas LEACROFT of Andrew GREENSMITH for £1,615. 1703
LEAKE 6670 f.272
J. Odingsells, printed handbill, n.d. offering guinea reward to anyone giving information as to the authors or publishers of a libel to the effect that "by reason of the disloyalty of the inhabitants of Wirksworth", the Crown had removed all Fairs and Markets of Wirksworth to Bonsall.
LEAKE 6674 ff.88-90
Suit of Sir Francis LEAKE against Robert WHYTE and others concerning tithe of lead ore at Bakewell, Hope, Tideswell, etc. 14 James I
LEATHALL 6693 ff.2-4
pedigrees of, with CONINGSBY and Earls of LANCASTER
LECHE of Chatsworth 6674 f.39
pedigree, etc.
LECHE 6689 f.201
Suit between Sir John FITZHERBERT, of Norbury, and Sir Edward LECHE, 1638.
LEEK of Scarsdale 6669 f.123
pedigree of
LEEK of Granby and Hallam 6669 ff.125-6
pedigree of
LEEK of Hallam 6675 ff.249-250
pedigree of
LEICESTER 6671 ff.29-36
extracts from evidences of George, Earl of L., relative to Tissington, Bradbourne, Boyleston, Kniveton, of Ashborne, Fenny Bentley, Yeaveley, Ireton, Hollington, Parwich, Hough, Clifton, Underwood, Hulland, Kirk Ireton, Cubley, etc
LEMON of Record Office, Tower 6674 ff.192-194
three letters to A.W. From Robert LEMON of Record Office, Tower, in 1813, charging a fourth of the official fee for transcripts of various Derbyshire matters.
LENTON 6666 f.265
prior of, with Ralph NEVILLE, Dean of Lichfield (1214-22) as to tithes of Bakewell
LEVINGE of Steeple Grange 6670 f.91
pedigree of
LEVINGE of Parwich 6671 f.109
grant to arms, to Thomas in 1611
LEVINGE of Parwich 6675 ff.222-243
pedigree of, with others
LEVINGE 6695 ff.276, 277
pedigree.
LIGGON 6671 ff.300-308
Suits relative to rectory of Duffield. DAVENPORT v. LIGGON
LILLYMAN 6674 f.179
John Gent., Steward.
See entry for Sutton Hall
LINACRE 6671 ff.158-167
Mrs., 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]
LISETT 6691 ff.263-269
Suit between Richard LISETT and Mary BOTHAM as to manors of Stoney Middleton and Eyam, 1746
LITCHFIELD 6694 ff.204-216
Release by Sir Gilbert CLARKE to J. LITCHFIELD of Cowley Mills, of Ashover, 34 Charles II
LIVERSEDGE 6667 ff.362-365
Mr., accounts of Benefactions and Charities given to the Borough of Derby, with others
LLOYD 6688 ff.257-263
notes on the family of, with pedigree, by Gamaliel LLOYD
LOMAS of Wigwall 6670 f.274
Gamekeeper, printed notice offering £5 reward for the discovery of anyone hunting, shooting or coursing within the liberty of Wigwall
LONGSDON 6667 ff.91-92
pedigree of
LORDS OF THE MANOR of South Wingfield 6674 f.136
printed pedigree
LOVAT 6694 ff.127-130
Ralph, suit of, against Mayor and Burgesses of Derby for ejectment, 1717
LOWDHAM 6668 ff.153-155
elaborate pedigrees, with other surnames
LOWE of Alderwasley and Shining Cliff 6666 ff.47-96
family of
LOWE 6666 ff.47-96
pedigree of, with more information, see also Churches of Derbyshire ii, 561-9
LOWE of Locko 6666 ff.135-6
pedigree of
LOWE 6671 ff.86-87
pedigree of, with MILLINGTON
LOWE 6671 ff.89-93
suit of Edward and others with Ralph WILMOT. 14 Elizabeth
LOWE 6673 f.225
agreement between Robert WILMOT and Edward LOWE, 1 James II
LOWE of Denby 6674 ff.115-124
brief pedigree of, with others
LOWE of Crich 6681 ff.6d-10
pedigree of, 18thc.
LOWE 6687 ff.293-299
Suit of Thomas BURROWES with Arthur LOWE as to land in Alderwasley, Ashleyhay, Wirksworth, and Belper, 1690
LOWE 6688 ff.14-17
Edward, suit of, against W. STORER and J, COCKERHAM concerning Alderwasley, Ashleyhay and Milnhay, 10 Charles I
LOWE 6690 ff.1-32
Robert, abstract of title of, to an estate at Brassington.
LOWE 6690 ff.146-198
William Drury, abstract of the title of, to the manor of Spondon, and to estates at Spondon, Chaddesden, and Locko.
LOWE 6691 ff.160-226
divers papers as to Nicholas HURT and the LOWES of Alderwasley, Shining Cliff , etc.
LOWE 6694 ff.104-1O8
William of Blackwall's suit with E. LOWE as to commons in Milnhay, 9 Elizabeth
LYGON 6691 ff.30-40
Peter DAVENPORT's suit with R. LYGON as to tithes in Duffield forest, 1743
LYTTON of Lytton 6667 ff.296-7
pedigree of