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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 M - Abode / Volume/ folio(s) / More information
MADDER 6689 ff.204-239
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6687-6690
MALLBANK 6668 ff.159-164
with Vernon
MANLOVE of Derby 6671 ff.47-48
abstracts "from original deeds penes" Thomas M., clerk, from 1664 to 1747, relative to manor and rectory of Boyleston
MANLOVE 6694 ff.233
Lease from William PARKER to J. MANLOVE of land in Church Broughton, 1738
MANNERS 6666 ff.250-255
Sir George, grant to in 1724.
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6666-7
MANNERS 6668 ff.327-330
Monuments at Bakewell
MANNERS 6669 ff.159-160
Sir John, named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
MANNERS 6670 ff.111-113
Sir George, grant of Court Leet to, of the manors of Rowsley, of Darley etc.
MANNERS 6671 ff.162-3
Mr [met on Sat 22 Aug 1590 to walk the bounds], 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]
MANNERS of Haddon 6704 f.171
John, of, to Mr. WIGLEY, 9th Sep 1598
MARBURY of Darley Hall 6687 ff.184, 185
Katherine, agreement beween, and William WALKER for the sale of a farm at Darley, 27 James II
MARBURY of Darley Hall 6688 ff.253-256
Katherine, agreement with J. EDWARDS for the sale of a farm, 1686
MARIOT 6668 f.371
An original note as to chantry dissolution by a chantry priest, Sir John MARIOTT, mentions Francis and German POLE
MARKFIELD 6671 ff.158-167
Victor, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
MARSHALL 6704 f.171
Martyn, mentioned in letter of John MANNERS to Mr. WIGLEY, 9th Sep 1598
MARTIN of Matlock 6675 ff.283-286
pedigree and estate of.
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vol 6670-5
MARTIN 6696 f.121
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6691-6
MARY, Queen 6667 ff.362-365
accounts of Benefactions and Charities given to the Borough of Derby, with others
MASON [of Rowtor] 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
MASON 6675 ff.332-246
pedigree of, with others
MASSEREENE 6689 ff.380-385
Countess Dowager of, a Abstract of title of, to divers lands and tenements in the liberty of of Beeley.
MASSEREENE 6690 ff. 307-331
Countess of, abstract of title of, to parcels of land in the parish of Chapel-en-le-Frith
MEADAN 6671 ff.162-3
Mr James, 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]
MELLOR of Idridgehay 6675 ff.222-243
pedigree of, with others
MELLOR 6695 f.260
pedigree
MELLOR 6704 f.210
Robert the Elder, for Idrichehay. 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
MELLOR 6704 f.210
Edward, 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
MELLOR 6694 ff.193-203
Suit of Henry MELLOR with T. GOODWIN concerning common of lands in Derby, 26 Charles II
MERRIL 6687 ff.234-246
suit of Thomas EYRE, of Rowtor, with Lady HOPE and J. MERRIL concerning lands at Chellmorton and Flagg, 1701
MEVERELL 6675 ff.353-375
pedigree of, with others
MEVERELL 6687 ff.190-222
Robert, settlement of the manors of, of Throwley, STS. Throwley, Tideswell, etc., 1626
MEVERELL 6696 f.51
pedigree of
MEYNELL 6666 ff.124-6
pedigree of, with deeds
MEYNELL 6674 ff.200-207
pedigree of, with others
MEYNELL 6674 ff.210-221
pedigree of, with others
MEYNELL 6675 f.300
pedigree of
MEYNELL of Willington, etc. 6675 ff.391-401
pedigrees and deeds of, with others
MEYNELL 6695 ff.298, 299
Hugo, abstract of title of, to divers lands at Willington and Egginton.
MILLINGTON 6671 ff.86-87
pedigree of, with LOWE
MILNER of Aldercar 6670 f.77
pedigree of
MILNES of Stanton 6669 ff.159-160
[family in the neighbourhood] named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
MILNES 6673 ff.57-58
pedigree of
MILNES 6694 ff.20-40
Mr. and Mrs., abstract of title of, to manor of Cromford.
MILWARD of Snitterton 6669 ff.159-160
[family in the neighbourhood] named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
MILWARD 6670 f.86
Henry, named in original apportionment of manors of Lea and Bradbourne, 23 July 1679
MILWARD of Dovebridge 6675 ff.391-401
pedigrees and deeds of, with others
MONTE ALTO, de 6675 f.183d
pedigree of, 12th - 14thc (uc/chlsl)
MOORE 6689 ff. 253, 254
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6687-6690
MOORE 6696 f.121
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6691-6
MOORWOOD 6670 ff.101-110
pedigree of
MORES 6704 f.210
Edward, 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
MORLEY 6675 ff.353-375
pedigree of, with others
MOTT 6674 f.179
John, Gent., Keeper.
See entry for Sutton Hall
MOUSTERS 6669 ff.71-72
Henry, grant by, of common rights on of Ashover Moor, to the Abbey of Beauchief.
MOWER of the Old Hall, Chesterfield 6668 ff.104-5
pedigree of, with others
MOWER 6671 ff.158-167
family memoranda of Arthur [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow] Mentions wife Joane, daughter & heir of Christopher KING*; children Jone, George, Mary, Robert, Dorothy, George, Anne and Alice, with dates; William OUTRAM of Bradway; George BARLEY, Mrs. BARLEY, John FANSHAWE, Mrs Henry FANSHAWE and Mrs. LINACRE godparents of his children; Robert COOK of Cowley, Robert OUTRAM and Thomas BURTON's wife of Holmesfield godparents to son Robert; George BARLEY; Peter BARLEY; Mr TALBOTT and his daughter Frances TALBOTT; Mr. George TOVARREY, Richard WILLEY Thomas SWIFT Henry STEVENSON, William FOX, Allen LACHE; Mr. Berestye SANFORT and his wife and mother; Victor MARKFIELD, Edmund SHORE, DAVY, CUMPSALL, ROBERTS; Richard WILLEY; Robert CURTIS, Henry STEVENSON; George FOLJAMBE of Barlborough and his son Henry FOLJAMBE; John ALLEN, Thomas WATTERHOUSE, Thomas ARMITAGE, Lawrence OATS, beadmen at death of George BARLEY, 1568; Mrs. James BERISFORT, wife of Dennis BARLEY and mother of Peter BARLEY of BARLEY esq.,; Mrs FOX bu 3 Nov 1585 grandmother to Peter BARLEY; Thomas FOX; Robt COLLYAR; John TROUT; Aunt BLONT [aunt of Peter BARLEY]; James BARLEY

*Although the Journals have this surname as HERIG and another source suggested it might be HERIZ, two other sources have documentary evidence that it should read as KING

There is a full transcript of Arthur Mower's "Remembrances" provided by Rosemary Lockie on Wishful Thinking's Website
MOWER 6671 ff.158-167
children of Arthur and Joanne: Jone, George, Mary, Robert, Dorothy, George, Anne and Alice, with dates mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
MOWER 6671 ff.162-3
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] Mentions the following: Mr James BARLEY, in possession of Barley Hall; Anne SWIFT, servant maid at Barley Hall; Mr. George BLONT [also spelt BLOUNT]; Mr. James MEADAN; Mr. BARESFORT; Mr. Rowland EYRE; Mr. Peter BARLEY; Mr. Peter BARLOW; Philip SLAD; Edward BRAMHALL; Adam BARKER of Totley; Thomas CURTIS; John ADKINSON; Mr MANNERS [met on Sat 22 Aug 1590 to walk the bounds]; George Earl of SHREWSBURY died 17th or 18th November 1590; Gilbert Earl of SHREWSBURY; Sir George CAVENDISH; Mr. Thomas ELTOFTE and his wife; Richard GREAVES of [Barley] Smithies; Mr. Godfrey FOLJAMBE of Moorhouse [1573, 1577, died and buried at Brampton 15 November 1591]; Mr. Francis FOLJAMBE; Hercules FOLJAMBE, brother of Godfrey; Richard GRYNE; Countess of SHREWSBURY ["Bess of Hardwick" died 13 Feb 1607 and buried at All Saints' Derby. "She builded Chattesworth, Hardwick, Owlcottes, and was a great Builder and Purchaser"]
MOWER 6695 ff. 257, 258
pedigree
MOWER 6688 ff.264, 265
Arthur, suit with Peter FRECHEVILLE and J. LAWRANCE as to Staveley tithes, 1576
MOWER 6694 ff.217-220
Pedigree of the tenants of Arthur MOWER, 1595.
MUNDY 6675 ff.307b-319
pedigree of, with others
MURRAY 6695 ff.168-172
Abstract of appointment arid demise for 500 years by Earl STANHOPE to Alexander MURRAY of estates in the counties of Bucks., Kent, Devon, and Derby, comprised in the Earl's first marriage settlement, for securing £5,000 and interest
MUTTON 6671 ff.76-77
pedigree showing relationships of COLVILE, BASSETT, MUTTON and POLE

SURNAMES N - Abode / Volume/ folio(s) / More information
NEEDHAM of Cowley, Snitterton and Thornsett 6667 ff.280-282
pedigree of
NEEDHAM 6674 f.179
Joshua of Derby, Plaisterer.
See entry for Sutton Hall
NEEDHAM 6696 ff.216-225
Samuel, abstract of title of, to an estate in Castleton
NEVILLE 6666 f.265
Ralph, Dean of Lichfield 1214-22) and the prior of Lenton as to tithes of Bakewell
NEWTON of Higham 6671 f.146
pedigree of
NIGHTINGALE of Lea 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.
NIGHTINGALE 6667 f.139
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6666-7
NIGHTINGALE 6670 f.93
pedigree of
NIGHTINGALE 6670 ff.195-6
Inscription on barn of Mr. [Contained in notes by J. Reynold's on Crich and Crich church in 1770-1] See Lea
NIGHTINGALE 6673 ff.316-317
Articles of Agreement between Peter NIGHTINGALE and John Gilbert COOPER, 1742.
NIGHTINGALE of Lea 6674 ff.41-42
License to William Edward SHORE of Lea to assume the name NIGHTINGALE
NIGHTINGALE of Lea 6675 ff.222-243
pedigree of, with others
NORTON 6694 ff.151-173
Suit of William NORTON with J. GOODWIN and others concerning Buxton Mill, 1727.
NOTON 6704 f.210
John the Elder, for Callowe. 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
NUTTALL 6671 ff.154-157
Printed particulars of sale at the Peacock Inn, near Alfreton, on 14th April 1804. … Northedge Farm, Ashover, was sold to Mr. John NUTTALL, of Matlock, for £3,745.
SURNAMES O - Abode / Volume/ folio(s) / More information
OATS 6671 ff.158-167
Lawrence, 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]
OATS 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
OKEOVER 6671 ff.37-38
Abstracts from Okeover Chartulary (Bodleian Library) as to OKEOVER property in Snelston, Atlow, Bradborne and Caldlow.
OLE 6675 ff.297, 298
grant by patent of James I to Henry BUTLER and Henry OGLE of rectories of Bolsover, Hartington and Lullington
OUTRAM 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]
OUTRAM of Bradway 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]

SURNAMES P - Abode / Volume/ folio(s) / More information
PARKER 6668 ff.104-5
pedigree of, with others
PARKER of Norton 6674 ff.200-207
pedigree of, with others
PARKER 6694 ff.233
Lease from William PARKER to J. MANLOVE of land in Church Broughton, 1738
PEACOCK 6688 ff.290-294
sale by John WOLLEY to R. PEACOCK of his estate at Boothay, 1740
PEGGE of Yeldersley 6668 ff.104-5
pedigree of, with others
PEGGE 6668 ff.480-488
Dr, letters of, 1787 (with ROOKE)
PEGGE of Beauchief 6672 f.254
Edward, letters from, to his cousin about lands at Sturston, 1677.
PEGGE 6694 ff.131-137
[and ff.144-150] Suit of Strelley PEGGE with G. WATKINSON v. G. TURNER as to messuages at Chesterfield and Wormhill, 1733
PEGGE 6694 ff.144-150
[and ff.131-137] Suit of Strelley PEGGE with G. WATKINSON v. G. TURNER as to messuages at Chesterfield and Wormhill, 1733
PERSHALL of Horsley, co. Stafford 6689 ff.182-187
Lease from Sir John PERSHALL, of Horsley, co. Stafford, of land at Ashover to Jane PURSGLOVE, 23 Charles I
PERSHALL of Checkley 6689 ff.170-173
Leases by Thomas PERSHALL, of Checkley, of lands in of Ashover to J. FLINT and others, temp. Charles I
PESHALL E. 6689 ff.94-144
Grant to Sir T. RERESBY from E. PESHALL, of lands in of Ashover, 8 James I.
PIERREPONT 6668 f.133-140
Samuel, case of, concerning the manor of Beighton, 1674
PIERREPONT 6671 ff.137-140
evidences and pedigree of family, manors of Cromford, Scarcliffe and Palterton, and other Derbyshire lands at Bolsover, Staveley, etc.
PLACKET of Hanson Grange 6666 ff.33 & 34
pedigree of, with others
PLATTS 6688 ff.5,6
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6687-6690
POLE 6668 f.371
An original note as to chantry dissolution by a chantry priest, Sir John MARIOTT, mentions Francis and German POLE
POLE 6668 ff.375-421
family of and original letters to George temp. Elizabeth
POLE 6668 ff.431-435
suit of Edward of Aston-under-Hill, claiming estate of George of Heage
POLE of Wakebridge 6670 f.233
POLE 6670 ff.262-263
Francis, certain lands of Dale Abbey granted to, 35 Hnery VIII
POLE 6671 ff.58-63
abstracts "from deeds of Sacheveral P., esq", temp Henry III to Henry VII. Relate to churches of Radborne, Muggington and Eggington and to lands in same parishes plus dalbury Lees, Mickleover, Parwich, spondon, Chaddesden, belper, Duffiled, Heanor, Litchurch
POLE 6671 ff.76-77
pedigree showing relationships of COLVILE, BASSETT, MUTTON and POLE
POLE 6671 ff.75-81
pedigree and evidences of CHANDOS and POLE
POLE 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
POLE 6672 ff.21-22
Samuel, case as to taxes for Douseford, Tutbury, etc.
POLE 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
POLE of Aldershot 6672 f.98
German, lease to his sisters of land in Radbourne, 1727
POLE 6672 ff.100-115
Samuel, title to manors and lands in co. Derby and Stafford, 1727
POLE 6674 ff.73-75
royal license to Sacheveral P. Of Radborne to assume the surname of Chandos, 1807.
POLE 6674 ff.148-149
registers extracts (parish not stated)
POLE 6674 f.209
monument in Kirk Langley Church
POLE 6675 ff.353-375
pedigree of, with others
POLE of Spinkhill 6675 ff.391-401
pedigrees and deeds of, with others
POLE 6687 ff.255-292
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vol 6687-6690
POLE 6688 ff. 42-.55
German, settlement of his manors of Radbourne, etc., 1682
POLE 6688 ff.216-218
German, his case touching the manor of Radbourne, 1739
POLE 6691 ff.46-68
Sale from German POLE and G. RAYNOR to Sir John CURZON of parts of Hulland and Belper Wards, 1674
POLE 6694 ff.12-19
Sacheveral, abstract of title of, to an estate at Barlborough and Killamarsh.
POLE 6696 ff.58-80
pedigrees of, and their alliances
POTT 6667 ff.318-323
pedigree of, 'in Dr. Pegge's hand'
POTTS 6694 ff.99-103
Suit of Sir Archibald GRANT and Dorothy POTTS against Richard BAGSHAW and Richard CHALESWORTH, 1730.
POWTRELLS of West Hallam 6674 ff.171-172
"The register here is the most imperfect I have ever seen ; 'tis too bad indeed"
POYNTON 6674 f.179
Ed., of Nottingham, Gent., Carver.
See entry for Sutton Hall
PURSGLOVE 6687 ff.86-92
Bishop, statues of the school founded at Tideswell by
PURSGLOVE 6689 ff.182-187
Lease from Sir John PERSHALL, of Horsley, co. Stafford, of land at Ashover to Jane PURSGLOVE, 23 Charles I