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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 R - Abode / Volume/ folio(s) / More information
RADFORD of Holbrook 6674 ff.200-207
pedigree of, with others
RADFORD of Crich and Lea in Ashover 6677 ff.245-249
family of, 1762 - 1781
RAYNOR 6670 f.86b
Sir William, Knt., name on inscription on an Almshouse on the of Cromford / Wirksworth road dated 1651, scarcely legible 8th June 1757
RAYNOR 6691 ff.46-68
Sale from German POLE and G. RAYNOR to Sir John CURZON of parts of Hulland and Belper Wards, 1674
READING 6674 f.179
Joshua of Derby, Gent., Painter.
See entry for Sutton Hall
REDFERN 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.
REMINGTON 6673 ff.306-314
Lawsuit beween Anthony ALSOP and Edward REMINGTON, 1671
RERESBY of Thriburgh, co. York and Ashover 6669 ff.62,70
incl. 1612 sale of manor of Ashover
RERESBY Sir T. 6689 ff.94-144
Grant to Sir T. RERESBY from E. PESHALL, of lands in of Ashover, 8 James I.
REVELL [of Higham] 6667 ff.72-3
pedigree of
REVELL of Darley 6672 f.208
bond executed by John, 1717
REVELL 6673 ff.271-290
Suit of Robert REVELL with Edward WILMOT, 6 George II
REVELL of Higham 6675 ff.391-401
pedigrees and deeds of, with others
REVELL 6694 ff.138-143
Suit of Francis REVELL with E. WILMOTT and others as to lands at Chesterfield, etc., 1723
REYNOLDS 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.
RICH of Bullhouse, p. of Penistone, co York 6681 f.285
pedigree of descendants of Elkanah [?f1.17th-18thc] until 1802 (c/chlsl)
RICHARDSON Abell 6687 ff.34-46
Go to STUART, Charles [late King]
ROBERTS 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]
ROLLESLY of Rowsley 6675 ff.307b-319
pedigree of, with others
ROLLESTON 6667 ff.318-323
pedigree of, 'in Dr. Pegge's hand'
ROOKE 6668 ff.480-488
Major, letters of, 1787 (with PEGGE)
ROOSE 6696 ff.211-215
Mr. John, deceased, abstract of title to an estate at Elton, the property of
ROPER 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)
ROPER of Staveley 6675 ff.380b-383
pedigree of, with others
ROSELL of Denby 6674 ff.115-124
brief pedigree of, with others
ROWLAND 6671 ff.54-57
pedigrees and charters of, with STAFFORD
ROWSLEY 6667 ff.318-323
pedigree of, 'in Dr. Pegge's hand'
RUTLAND 6668 ff.143-146
Duke of, rental of Derbyshire estates of
RUTLAND 6669 ff.159-160
Lady, and her children, named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
RUTLAND 6687 ff.136,143
award as to manor of Darley between Mr. COLUMBELL and the Earl of RUTLAND as to of Darley manor, 1661
RUTLAND 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
RYVELL of Carnethwaite 6668 ff.314-326
pedigree of, with others

SURNAMES S - Abode / Volume/ folio(s) / More information
SACHEVERELL 6666 ff.242-245
1679-91 (re Morley, etc.)
SACHEVERELL of Morley 6672 ff.138-141
Robert, settlement on his daughters, 1698
SACHEVERELL 6690 ff.257-273
William, and the manor of Morley
SANDERSON 6666 ff.45 and 46
Extracts from Bishop SANDERSON's collection, per Dnm Josephum BANKS A° 1803
SANFORT 6671 ff.158-167
Mr. Berestye and his wife and mother, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
SAPPERTON, de 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
SAUNDERS of Ashbourne 6670 f.234
monument
SAVAGE of Castleton 6669 ff.103-111
pedigree of, with others
SAVILE of Bakewell 6669 ff.159-160
[family in the neighbourhood] named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
SAVILE of Beeley 6669 ff.159-160
[family in the neighbourhood] named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
SAVILE of Bakewell, Beeley and Southouse Grange, Locko 6677 ff.16d-23d
notes relating to manor of Monyash, includes pedigree of, 17-18thc
SAVILLE of Bakewell 6668 ff.314-326
pedigree of, with others
SCARSDALE 6672 ff.214-215
rental of Lord S. at Alderwasley, value, under three tenants, £127 6s 10 ½d. N.d.
SCARSDALE 6674 f.179
Rt. Hon. Nicholas Earl of.
See entry for Sutton Hall
SCARSDALE 6688 ff.273-289
brief for plaintiffs in suit between Benjamin WARD and others v. Nathaniel Lord SCARSDALE and Sir Edward WILMOT concerning the manor of Findern, and other papers as to the same, 16 George III.
SCHANG 6674 ff.79-80
see DAKIN, Stubbing Edge
SENIOR of Cowley 6681 ff.155-157
short pedigree, [end of 17thc.]
SENIOR 6696 f.121
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6691-6
SENIORS of Cowley 6669 ff.159-160
[family in the neighbourhood] named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc."
SHAKERLEY 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.
SHALCROSS 6673 ff.64-70
John, as Bailiff, detailed accounts of the High Peak, 16-17 Charles I
SHALLCROSS of Shallcross 6669 ff.103-111
pedigree of, with others
SHAW [Haddon worker] 6669 ff.159-161
Thos., the piper, named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc." Bailiff's acc. Expended in housekeeping, 1664
SHELDON of Monyash 6669 ff.103-111
pedigree of, with others
SHERBROOK 6689 ff.32-40
Sale by James WRIGHT to John SHERBROOK land in Shirland Park, 1660
SHIRLEY 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
SHORE 6671 ff.158-167
Edmund, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
SHORE of Lea 6674 ff.41-42
License to William Edward SHORE of Lea to assume the name NIGHTINGALE
SHREWSBURY 6667 ff.362-365
Countess of, accounts of Benefactions and Charities given to the Borough of Derby, with others
SHREWSBURY 6670 f.86b
Earl of, name on inscription on an Almshouse on the of Cromford / Wirksworth road dated 1651, scarcely legible 8th June 1757
SHREWSBURY 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 18thNovember 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"]
SHREWSBURY 6671 ff.162-3
Countess of ["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"], 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]
SHREWSBURY 6671 ff.162-3
Gilbert Earl of, 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]
SIMON 6692 ff.158-197
Suit of Anthony SIMON with Peter COLUMBELL touching a mill at Darley, 1650
SITWELL 6668 ff.375-421
R., original letters to George POLE, temp. Elizabeth
SITWELL 6673 f.101
pedigree of, with Wigfall
SLACK 6675 ff.291-294
suit of Hugh FLETCHER against Richard SLACK as to tithes at Tideswell Hill and Hargate Wall, 27-28, George III
SLAD 6671 ff.162-3
Philip, 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]
SLAKE 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
SLAUGHTER of Sutton, co. Lincoln 6670 f.90d
see 70-75.htm
SLEIGH of Ash 6674 ff.200-207
pedigree of, with others
SLEIGH 6689 ff.165-167
Assignment by Thomas GLADWIN, of Tupton Hall, of lands in of Ashover to Samuel SLEIGH, 1667
SMITH 6674 f.179
Francis of Warwick, Gent., Architect.
See entry for Sutton Hall
SMITH of Nottingham 6688 f.18
Release of land by Robert SMITH, of Nottingham, to Richard HODGES, of Park Hall, 1653.
SMITH 6688 ff .76-105
suit by Henry SMITH and two others, as executors of Sir Henry WILLOUGHBY, of Risley, 1655
SOUTER 6667 f.139
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6666-7
SOUTHCOTE George 6687 ff.34-46
Go to STUART, Charles [late King]
SOWTER 6674 f.93
original indenture apprenticeship of Anthony SOWTER of Tansley to Edward HENSTOCKE, Tailor, 1631
SOWTER 6674 ff.210-221
pedigree of, with others
SPAKEMAN 6670 ff.177-8
Roadnook Hall in the manor of Brakenfield. Built by John SPAKEMAN, sold to Sir Edward WILMOT in 1768 and by him pulled down. [in pedigrees and from notes of J. Reynolds]
SPATEMAN of Roadnook 6673 ff.71-2
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vol 6670-5
SPATEMAN 6675 f.183
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6670-5
SPATEMAN 6687 ff.159-161
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6687-6690
SPENCER 6688 ff.7-9
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6687-6690
SPENDLOVE of Heage 6675 ff.222-243
pedigree of, with others
SPRIG [Haddon worker] 6669 ff.159-161
Cath., named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc." Bailiff's acc. Expended in housekeeping, 1664
STAFFORD 6671 ff.54-57
pedigrees and charters of, with ROWLAND
STAFFORD 6675 ff.259-263
pedigree of, with TOPLIS and VERNON
STAFFORD, de 6674 ff.36-37
pedigree of
STAFFORDS of Eyam and Bothams Hall 6675 ff.185-186
STANHOPE 6668 f.127
bill in the cause of GREGSON v. STANHOPE, 1677 as to market escheator, coroner, etc., in Honor of Tutbury
STANHOPE of Elvaston 6674 ff.186-190
pedigree of, with others
STANHOPE 6695 ff.85-166
Earl, abstract of title of, to manors of Dale and of Stanton, 1706.
STANHOPE 6695 ff.191-214
Earl, abstract of title of, to divers lands in parish of Hartshome.
STANHOPE 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
STANTON, de 6674 ff.173-178
pedigree of, with others
STATHAM of Tideswell and Wigwell 6667 ff.225-243
includes a letter from Sir John, 21 Oct 1730, his suggested epitaph and a bill of fees 29 July 1714 in consequence of his knighthood
STATHAM 6668 f.251
handbill by Sir John "Adjutor Meus Deus"
STATHAM 6668 ff.255-296
[chiefly]
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vol 6668
STATHAM 6670 f.274
printed handbill by Sir John STATHAM, resolving to lessen the number of his Family [?household]
STATHAM 6670 f.275
handbill by Sir John, another copyof his "Adjutor" broadside
STATHAM 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
STATHAM of Morley 6675 ff.222-243
pedigree of, with others
STATHAM 6675 ff.332-246
pedigree of, with others
STATHAM 6687 ff.308, 309
suit of Sir John STATHAM with Peter DEVONPORT, 1746.
STATHAM 6687 f.329
Sir John, printed list of towns and villages in the High Peak "which Sir JS would have heriots on." They number 105. Circa 1724.
STATHAM 6687 ff.331-342
Sir John, papers relative [his] to claim to heritable lands in the High Peak, 1732-1742.
STATHAM 6689 ff.41-43
John.
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6687-6690
STATHAM 6689 ff.49-54
Sir John Statham's suit with W. HOLBROOK touching the liberty of Wigwall
STATHAM 6691 ff.3-12
Sir John STATHAM's suit with Walter ALDRICH concerning heriots in High Peak, 1723
STATHAM 6694 ff.68-72
Suit of Robert GREENSMITH and Francis BOWN against Sir John STATHAM, bill of expenses, etc., 1723.
STATHAM 6696 ff.179-184
Sir John, deceased, abstract of title to several copyhold estates at Wirksworth held by, 1701.
STATHAM 6696 ff.104-120
Suit of Sir John STATHAM with Walter ALDRICH as to heriots in the High Peak, 1723
STEVENSON 6671 ff.158-167
Henry, mentioned in family memoranda of Arthur MOWER.
See MOWER 6671 ff.158-167 [with regard to the Barleys of Barlow]
STONE 6675 f.184
See reference in Wolley Manuscripts, Matlock Vols 6670-5
STORER 6688 ff.14-17
suit of Edward LOWE against W. STORER and J, COCKERHAM concerning Alderwasley, Ashleyhay and Milnhay, 10 Charles I
STOYTE of Wirksworth 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
STRELLEY 6668 ff.151b, 152
1569 - 1609, extracts of families from Dronfield PR
STRELLEY 6669 ff.226-39
Mr., title
STRELLEY 6688 ff.150-170
indendure relative to the marriage of Nicholas STRELLEY with Bridget WILLOUGHBY, 1 James I.
STUART Charles [late King] 6687 ff.34-46
" A Survey of the mannor of the High Peake, with the Rights, members, and appurtenances thereof lyeing & being in the County of Derby late parcell of the possession of Charles Stuart late King of England in right of the Honor of Tutbury parcell of the Dutchy of Lancaster made & taken by us whose names are hereunto subscribed in July 1650 by virtue of a Commission.
"Abell Richardson. William Tracy."
"George Southcote. John Thorne."
SWANN 6688 ff.312-320
marriage settlement of Edward SWANN, 4 Anne
SWANNE 6670 f.86
Samuel, named in original apportionment of manors of Lea and Bradbourne, 23 July 1679
SWIFT 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]
SWIFT 6671 ff.162-3
Anne, servant maid at 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]
SWINDELL [Haddon worker] 6669 ff.159-161
Robet., named in "Minutes of some Letters and Papers relating to Haddon, etc." Bailiff's acc. Expended in housekeeping, 1664