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Army and Regimental Promotions, Bankruptcies, Business Partnership Changes, Civil Service Examinations, Orders of Chancery, Changes of Name, Company Liquidations, Acts of Parliament, Debtors, Honours, Inland Revenue Declarations (Banks), Property Sales, Wills
1861
11 January 1861
Petition of Richard Hill NORRIS, Final Order at Burton CC on 4 Feb
18 January 1861
Petition of Abraham HENDRY, formerly of the Rutland Arms Inn, at Matlock Bath, itco D, Innkeeper and Gardener, and Licensed Victualler [other addresses]
, on date of petition residing at the King's Head Inn, Matlock, itco D, Innkeeper and Gardener, and Licensed Victualler, an insolvent debtor. Appear before the CC of Wirksworth 10 Feb for first examination
5 March 1861
Partnership between Richard BLACKWELL and John BLACKWELL, Corn Millers, at Matlock and Tansley, dissolved by mutual consent
8 March 1861
In the matter of an estate containing 29 acres 2 roods and 3 perches, and in the occupation of Alfred Henry PECHELL, Mrs. BRYAN, and John WHEATCROFT, situated at Matlock Bath, itco D, comprised an indenture settlement, dated 15 May 1854, between John PETCHELL, otherwise PECHELL, William Goodlad TODD and Alfred Henry PECHELL. A. H. PECHELL to sell estate to Thomas WAKLEY [In Chancery]
30 July 1861
Court for Insolvent Debtors. William PEARSON, late of Matlock-Bath, Derbyshire, out of business.-In the Gaol of Derby
13 September 1861
William PEARSON, late of Matlock Bath, itco D, out of business or employ, previously of the same place Innkeeper, and letting out horses and carriages for hire, and renting tolls on Haddon and Bentley turnpike-roads, and formerly of the same place and occupation. Before the Judge at Derby CC
24 December 1861
HEALE [sic]
of Matlock, solr (STERLAND of Alfreton)
1862
14 January 1862
John NEAL of Matlock, solr (SAXTON of Somercotes)
21 January 1862
John NEAL of Matlock, solr (BRAMLEY of Felley)
21 February 1862
Wm. Thomas NEAL of Matlock, solr (SAXTON of Somercotes)
21 February 1862
Wm. BRATBY of Matlock, Creditors' Assignee
26 February 1862
[Name of Firm, persons of whom the Company or Partnership Consists]
ROYAL, Miss Elizabeth Thompson, Residence Swiss-cottage, Matlock Village, Derbyshire [Supplement of London Gazette]
11 March 1862
William John NEALE of Matlock, solr acting for bankrupt (BRAMLEY of Felley)
28 March 1862
William John NEALE of Matlock, solr acting for bankrupt (ELLIS of Kirkby in Ashfield)
18 April 1862
William John NEALE of Matlock, solr acting for bankrupt (Ann SMEDLEY of Alfreton)
18 April 1862
William John NEALE of Matlock, solr acting for bankrupt (BRAMLEY of Felley), page 61
27 June 1862
William John NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (ELLIS of Kirkby in Ashfield)
8 August 1862
Meeting of Land Tax Commissioners to meet at The Hotel, Matlock Bath to choose Commissioners
26 September 1862
William John NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (RHODES of Somercotes)
17 October 1862
William John NEAL of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (MAYCOCK of Ashford in the Water)
25 November 1862
[Bankruptcy]
George SLACK, of Matlock Bank, Matlock, Tailor. Number 2933. Trustees not of Matlock, page 188
28 November 1862
William John NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (BANKS of Bakewell)
1863
27 February 1863
[Name of Firm, persons of whom the Company or Partnership Consists]
ROYAL, Miss Elizabeth Thompson, Residence Swiss-cottage, Matlock Village, Derbyshire [Supplement of London Gazette]
27 March 1863
William John NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (DOXEY of Middleton)
11 August 1863
Edward Bishop SORBY's Affairs (him deceased). Probate to Clement SORBY of Darley Dale, near Matlock, Gentleman
11 September 1863
William John NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (GODDARD of Stoney Middleton)
30 October 1863
William John NEAL of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (Henry GODDARD of Stoney Middleton) - Thomas Hinch of SM is Trade Assignee
13 November 1863
Estate of Thomas WAKLEY, late of Bedford-street, Strand and Matlock Bath Esq., (died 16 May 1862). Will proved Principal Registry 18 Sep 1862 by Thomas WAKLEY, son, one of the Executors
24 November 1863
[In Parliament, Session 1864]
Matlock Bath Waterworks: to supply inhabitants of Scarthin Nick, within Matlock Bath. To use or divert water from lands occupied by Richard WILMOT, Ann WILMOT and George ALLWOOD. Thomas Henry NEWBOLD, Solicitor for the Bill
27 November 1863
George WHITE of Matlock-bank, itco D, Tailor and Grocer, having been adjudged bankrupt. Surrender to Registrar of CC at Derby
1864
2 February 1864
George WHITE of Matlock-bank, itco D, Tailor and Grocer, having been adjudged bankrupt. Application for discharge
19 February 1864
Partnership between Thomas RADFORD and Edward RADFORD (Radford and Son), at Tansley near Matlock, itco dissolved by mutual consent. Carried on by Edward RADFORD and his son
23 February 1864
George WHITE of Matlock-bank, adjudicated bankrupt 23 Nov 1863. Order of Discharge granted at CC at Derby 15 Feb 1864
8 March 1864
Mr.William John NEAL of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (BOWER of Bakewell)
29 March 1864
Mr. NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (BOWER of Bakewell)
5 April 1864
William John NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (FURNESS of Hagg, itpo Bakewell)
22 April 1864
William John NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (FURNESS of Flagg)
26 April 1864
Partnership between Thomas OLDFIELD Sen., Thomas OLDFIELD, jun., and George OLDFIELD, Corn Millers and Farmers at Matlock, itco D, and subsequently at Kilburn, dissolved on 26 March 1864 by mutual consent. Carried on by Thomas OLDFIELD the elder
20 May 1864
William John NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (NEETHAM of Flagg)
21 June 1864
George DAY the younger of Raland-road, Leeds, Butcher, afterwards of Matlock, in Derbyshire in lodgings, Journeyman Joiner [other abodes], adjudicated bankrupt
11 November 1864
Cromford and Belper Turnpike Road. T.H. NEWBOLD, Matlock, Clerk to the Trustees
29 November 1864
Benjamin BRITTLEBANK, Winster, Matlock, Solicitor to the Trustees [Haddon and Bentley Turnpike Road]
, page 188
1865
14 February 1865
Partnership between Joseph RADFIRTH and Samuel SWIFT (RADFIRTH and SWIFT), Carpenters, Joiners and Builders, at Matlock, dissolved 1st February instant by mutual consent. Joseph RADFIRTH to carry on
25 February 1865
[Name of Firm, persons of whom the Company or Partnership Consists]
ROYAL, Elizabeth Thompson, Residence Swiss-cottage, Matlock, Spinster [Supplement of London Gazette]
11 April 1865
William BROOKER, deceased. Late of Matlock Bath, Matlock, itco D, Hotel Keeper and Wine and Spirit Merchant (who died at Matlock Bath on or about 15 Jan 1865). Will proved at Principal Registry. Executors Edward GREENHOUGH and Robert SKIRROW
23 May 1865
W. J. NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (JOHNSON of Taddington)
16 June 1865
Indenture of Settlement, 7 Feb 1832, by Henry William ASKEW, Esq., and others. Redheugh Estate, Durham. Adam WASHINGTON of Darley Dale, near Matlock [In Chancery]
26 September 1865
Mary Day COBBIN, Widow, Deceased. Formerly of 27 Bedford-gardens, Kensington and late of Matlock Bath (died 18 June 1865). Claims on estate to executors
10 October 1865
Inserted by the Crown Agents for the Colonies. Nicolo COSTA Colonial Residence Matlock. Foreign Residence Italy. Died 16 May 1865
20 October 1865
Adam WASHINGTON of Darley Dale, Matlock an executor to Samuel Nouaille RUDGE
28 November 1865
Mr. William John NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (ASKEW of Ashover)
15 December 1865
Partnership between Edward BROWN and Robert Carr Brackenbury HOLLAND, Surgeons, Apothecaries, and Accoucheurs at Matlock, dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. E. BROWN to discharge and settle debts
1866
5 January 1866
Henry WHITE of Matlock Cliff, itpo M, itco D, Blacksmith, previously residing at Tansley, adjudged bankrupt
26 January 1866
Henry WHITE of Matlock Cliff. Wirksworth CC on 17 Feb next
9 February 1866
Notice of Deed in Court of Bankruptcy, dates 10 Jan 1866. Debtor, Edwin WILCOCK of Matlock itco D, proprietor of the Matlock House Hydropathic Establishment. Trustees William Knowles of Matlock Bank, itpo M, Builder, Francis Lee of Hulme, and the Creditors
13 March 1866
John Wainwright WILLIAMS, now and for the last four months residing at Matlock Bank itco D, previously at Harbourne, adjudged bankrupt. Bankruptcy filed at Birmingham District Court
24 April 1866
Henry WHITE of Matlock Cliff. Order of Discharge granted 14 April 1866
11 May 1866
[Order of the High Court of Chancery]
Joshua SMITH's settlement (26 March 1835) and an appointment (14 May 1851) of creditors of JS late of Matlock Bath itco D, Carriage Proprietor, who died in or about Sept 1849 and the creditors of Mary SMITH, late of Matlock Bath, Widow, who died about January 1865. Names Harriet SMITH, Spinster, William SMITH and Mary SMITH, Spinster in the order
29 June 1866
[Order of the High Court of Chancery]
LUDLAM v. LUDLAM. Sale of freehold and copyhold estate, at Matlock, late property of James LUDLAM of Barlborough, deceased in occupations of Mr. Joseph MARRIOTT and Mr. Samuel FOX. Sale at Hodgkinson's Hotel, Matlock Bath
29 June 1866
[Bankruptcy]
Debtor: Edwin WILCOCK of Matlock House, Matlock, Proprietor of a Hydropathic Establishment. No. 18,073. Trustees, etc., excluding Creditors: 1. Francis LEE, of Hulme, guarantor; 2. William KNOWLES, of Matlock Bank, Builder, trustee, page 51
14 August 1866
John HIGTON, of Matlock Bath itpo M, itco D, Coal and Brick Merchant, adjudged bankrupt. Mr. PALMER of Matlock Bath is the Solicitor acting in the bankruptcy
16 October 1866
John CHARLTON, of Matlock, Saddler, having been adjudged bankrupt. To surrender himself at first meeting of creditors
6 November 1866
William FARNSWORTH of Matlock, itco D, out of business, and previously of Chesterfield, Paper Box Manufacturer, having been adjudged bankrupt. To surrender himself at first meeting of creditors
6 November 1866
George WHITE of Matlock Town, itpo M, itco D, Blacksmith, and lately carrying out business as a Victualler, having been adjudged bankrupt. To surrender himself at first meeting of creditors
7 December 1866
John CHARLTON, of Matlock, Last Examination and application for Discharge CC at Wirksworth on 15 December. Mr. A. Frank PALMER of Matlock Bath is the Solicitor acting in the bankruptcy
7 December 1866
William FARNSWORTH of Matlock. Last Examination and application for Discharge, CC at Wirksworth on 15 December
7 December 1866
George WHITE of Matlock Town. Last Examination and application for Discharge, CC at Wirksworth on 15 December
18 December 1866
John Wainwright WILLIAMS, Discharge granted 6 Nov 1866 at Birmingham District Court
1867
1 January 1867
William FARNSWORTH of Matlock. Order of Discharge granted 15 Dec 1866
1 January 1867
George WHITE of Matlock Town. Order of Discharge granted 15 Dec 1866
19 February 1867
Francis Green GOODWIN of Wigwell Grange, Wirksworth, Deceased. Thos. Henry NEWBOLD, Matlock, Solicitor for the Executors
27 February 1867
[Inland Revenue, Copy of Bankers Returns, Consolidated Bank Limited]
THOMAS, William, Matlock, Gentleman [Supplement to London Gazette], page 302
16 April 1867
Matlock Consumers' Gas Light and Coke Company (Limited). Court of Chancery. Petition for winding up presented on 11 April 1867 by John SMEDLEY, of Matlock, itco D, Manufacturer, John FARNSWORTH of Matlock, Grocer, Frederick STEVENS of Matlock Paint Manufacturer and George KNOWLES of Matlock Farmer, contributories of the said Company. To be heard on 27th April 1867
19 April 1867
Walter Clement WYLES, residing in lodgings at Allesley Park College, Allesley WAR, out of business and employment, previously of Rockside House, Matlock Bank, Matlock, itco D, Hydropathic Establishment Keeper, having been adjudged bankrupt. HM Court of bankruptcy, Birmingham
26 April 1867
Court of Bankruptcy. Deed No.23,697. Dated 23 Mar 1867. Debtors : John WARD of Matlock itco D, Stone Merchant, Samuel WARD of the same place, Stone Merchant, heretofore in conjunction with George WARD deceased, carrying on business under the firm of William WARD and Sons. Trustees William CLARK of Nottingham Timber Merchant, William Webb WILLERON of Matlock Gentleman, Joseph TAYLOR of Matlock Plumber and Glazier
30 April 1867
Joseph BLACKWELL, Deceased. Him late of Matlock, Corn Miller (died 27 March 1867). Will Proved Derby 18 Apr 1867 by Richard Blackwell of Tansley and Nathan Statham of Eatlock [sic - Matlock]
Grocer, two of the executors. Claims to William George WHEATCROFT of Matlock Solicitor before 22 May next. Also notice that the business of Corn Miller which had been carried out by JB and his son John BLACKWELL has since the decease been carried on by John BLACKWELL
3 May 1867
William John NEAL of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (JACKSON of Bakewell)
3 May 1867
William John NEAL of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (BRAMWELL of Eyam)
3 May 1867
Mr. WHEATCROFT of Matlock Bridge, solr acting in the bankruptcy (SLACK the younger of Miller's Dale)
3 May 1867
Walter Clement WILES, lodging Allesley-park College, previously at Rockside House, Matlock Bank, Matlock. Public Sitting 3 June next to pass Last Examination and apply for Discharge, page 44
7 May 1867
Matlock Consumers' Gas Light and Coke Company (Limited). Ordered by the Court that the company be wound up
17 May 1867
William John NEAL of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (JACKSON of Bakewell)
17 May 1867
William John NEAL of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (BRAMWELL of Eyam)
17 May 1867
Mr. WHEATCROFT of Matlock Bridge, solr acting in the bankruptcy (SLACK the younger of Miller's Dale)
25 June 1867
Court of Bankruptcy. Deed No. 24,932. Dated 27 May 1867. Debtor: John BROADFOOT, late of The Villa Matlock Bath itco D, but now of Southport, Boarding House Keeper
9 July 1867
Matlock Consumers' Gas Light and Coke Company (Limited). [In Chancery]
Official liquidator appointed
30 July 1867
Walter Clement WYLES, previously at Rockside, Matlock Court granted the Discharge 3 June 1867
13 August 1867
Mr. Alfred SORBY, Deceased, late of Darley Dale near Matlock. Afterwards of The Rookery Ashford Gentleman (died 3 Oct 1866). Will proved Derby. More details not related to Matlock
16 August 1867
[Office of the Commissioners of the Patents for Inventions]
2244. To John ELCE of the city of Manchester and Thomas ELCE the younger of Via Gellia near Matlock itco D Cotton Spinner, for the invention of "improvements to machinery for spinning and doubling."
15 October 1867
John HIGTON of Matlock Bath. Dividend Meeting at CC at Wirksworth 24 October instant
25 October 1867
Licences to hold Markets for the sale of Cattle issued - Matlock, Derby
10 December 1867
[Office of the Commissioners of the Patents for Inventions]
[Repeated]
2244. To John ELCE of the city of Manchester and Thomas ELCE the younger of Via Gellia near Matlock itco D Cotton Spinner, for the invention of "improvements to machinery for spinning and doubling."
1868
24 January 1868
Affairs of Thomas LEEYS of Lea, Baker, Deceased. Probate Chesterfield by John SMEDLEY of Lea and John FARNSWORTH of Matlock. JS surviving Executor of Lea Mills near Matlock, Derbyshire
7 February 1868
W.G. WHEATCROFT of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (JOHNSON of Tideswell)
27 February 1868
[Inland Revenue, Copy of Bankers Returns, Union Bank of London]
CAPENHURST, Miss Jane, Care of Miss CHAMPION, Matlock Dale, Matlock, Spinster [Supplement to London Gazette], page 151
27 February 1868
[Inland Revenue, Copy of Bankers Returns, London and South Western Bank Limited]
WALKER, George Frederick, of Matlock Gentleman [Supplement to London Gazette], page 302
27 February 1868
[Inland Revenue, Copy of Bankers Returns, Consolidated Bank Limited]
THOMAS, William, Matlock, Gentleman [Supplement to London Gazette], page 330
28 February 1868
Alexander SIMS, of Matlock-Bridge, itpo M, itco D, Beer House Keeper and Cab Proprietor, having been adjudge bankrupt. Petition filed 25 Feb 1868 at HM Court of bankruptcy, Birmingham. Mr. G. WHEATCROFT of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy
28 February 1868
W. J. NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (JOHNSON of Tideswell), page 60
20 March 1868
William SMITHURST, of Scarthin-row, Cranford [sic]
, itpo Matlock, itco D, Cordwainer, having been adjudged bankrupt. First meeting of creditors 28 March instant
20 March 1868
Alexander SIMS, of Matlock-Bridge, Beer House Keeper and Cab Proprietor. 28 Apr next sitting to pass Last Examination and make application for Discharge, page 54
27 March 1868
William STONE, of Cromford, in the parish of Matlock, itco D, Builder, having been adjudged bankrupt. Petition filed at Birmingham. Application for Discharge 28 April next at Nottingham
1 May 1868
Robert ADAMS of Cromford, Saddler, having been adjudged bankrupt. Wirksworth CC on 15 May instant. T.H. NEWBOLD of Matlock Bath is the Solicitor in the bankruptcy
5 May 1868
John FLETCHER of Lepton near Huddersfield Gardener formerly residing at Matlock Bath, itco D, carrying on Business of Gardener, Seedsman and Poultry Fish Dealer, having been adjudged bankrupt. Filed at York
8 May 1868
[Bankruptcy]
John COTES, of Matlock Bath and also of Derby, Painter and Paperhanger, (John COTES and Son), having been adjudged bankrupt. Birmingham District. Creditors meeting 19 May instant
12 May 1868
William John NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (BAILEY of Eyam)
22 May 1868
[Bankruptcy]
Edwin WILCOCK of Matlock House, Matlock. Final Dividend. William George WHEATCROFT, Matlock, a Joint Solr of the Trustees
26 May 1868
[Bankruptcy]
John COTES, of Matlock Bath, to make application for his Discharge
26 May 1868
[Bankruptcy]
John FLETCHER formerly residing at Matlock Bath, Gardener, Seedsman and Poultry Fish Dealer. 26 June next sitting to pass Last Examination and make application for Discharge, page 58
29 May 1868
[Bankruptcy]
William STONE of Cromford, itpo Matlock. Grant of Discharge 28 April 1868
29 May 1868
[Bankruptcy]
Alexander SIMS, of Matlock-Bridge, Beer House Keeper and Cab Proprietor, Grant of Discharge, page 61
12 June 1868
W. J. NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (BAILEY of Eyam)
12 June 1868
Robert ADAMS of Cranford [sic]
, making application for Discharge. T.H. NEWBOLD of Matlock Bath is the Solicitor in the bankruptcy
26 June 1868
John COTES, of Matlock Bath. Dividend Meeting 28 June next
14 July 1868
John WILDGOOSE of Matlock Bank, itco D, Stone Mason. Trustees will make a First and Final Dividend. William George WHEATCROFT, Matlock, one of solr to Trustees
14 August 1868
William John NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (BERRISFORD of Bakewell)
21 August 1868
John COTES, of Matlock Bath. Creditors who have proved their debts may receive a First Dividend
8 September 1868
[Factories Act 1867]
Permission given to occupiers of the said Factories to employ the children, young persons and women working between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. or 8 a.m. and 8p.m - Mr. KERR, Matlock
11 September 1868
Matlock Consumers' Gas Light and Coke Company (Limited). To be sold in one lot by Mr. Charles NEWBOLD at IVATT and JORDAN's New Bath Hotel, Matlock Bath on 3 October 1868. Equity of Redemption in newly erected gas works on Bakewell-road, near Matlock-bridge
20 October 1868
John FLETCHER of Lepton near Huddersfield Gardener formerly residing at Matlock Bath. Order of Discharge granted
17 November 1868
Ecclesiastical Commissioners permanently secured two pieces of land to the benefice of Holy Trinity Church Matlock Bath and a further benefaction of £260 sterling in respect whereof agreed to pay the Incumbent and his successors, a yearly sum of £8 13s 4d and other monies
1869
26 January 1869
[Bankruptcy]
Henry Dakin BRIGGS, formerly of Matlock Bridge, itco D, but now of Birmingham, Plumber left list of debts and liabilities in Office of Registrar in the Court of Bankruptcy, Chancery-lane
26 January 1869
[Bankruptcy]
No.35,838 Deed of Assignment, Henry Dakin BRIGGS, formerly of Matlock Bridge now of Birmingham, Plumber, page 28
12 February 1869
W. J. NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (PLANT of Tideswell)
25 February 1869
[Inland Revenue, Copy of Bankers Returns, Union Bank of London]
CAPENHURST, Miss Jane, Care of Miss CHAMPION, Matlock Dale, Matlock, Spinster [Supplement to London Gazette], page 164
25 February 1869
[Inland Revenue, Copy of Bankers Returns, London and South Western Bank Limited]
WALKER, George Frederick, of Matlock Gentleman [Supplement to London Gazette], page 321
25 February 1869
[Inland Revenue, Copy of Bankers Returns, Consolidated Bank Limited]
THOMAS, William, Matlock, Gentleman [Supplement to London Gazette], page 348
12 March 1869
Mr. W. J. NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (KAY of Ashleyhay)
30 March 1869
Alexander SIMS, of Matlock-Bridge. Dividend meeting 27 April next. Birmingham District Court, Nottingham
2 April 1869
W. J. NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (KAYS of Ashleyhay)
4 June 1869
Alexander SIMS, of Matlock-Bridge. Creditors who have proved their debts may receive First Dividend
8 June 1869
Partnership between Henry FARNSWORTH and George FARNSWORTH, Nurserymen, Matlock, dissolved by mutual consent. Business will be carried out by GF and will pay and receive all debts from and owing to partnership
25 June 1869
[Bankruptcy]
George ALLWOOD of Matlock, adjudged bankrupt. First meeting of Creditors 5 July next. W. J. NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy, page 55 and 56
25 June 1869
[Bankruptcy]
John CARDING of Matlock, Licensed Victualler, adjudged bankrupt. First meeting of Creditors 5 July next. W. J. NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy, page 56
10 August 1869
W. J. NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (ALLWOOD of Darley)
13 August 1869
Partnership between Joseph BROWN, Thomas SHARP and Henry KAY, Contractors, Builders and Cabinet Makers, carried on at Matlock Bridge, itpo M, itco D (BROWN and Co.), dissolved by mutual consent on 22 May. Debts due to and owning by will be paid by JB and TS
24 August 1869
W. J. NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (SMITH of Cromford)
24 August 1869
W. J. NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (HOLMES of Darley)
14 September 1869
General George MOORE, Deceased. Robert Keith PRINGLE of Darley-grove, Matlock, itco D, Esq. one of Executors 21 September 1869
21 September 1869
W. J. NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (SMITH of Cromford)
21 September 1869
Mr. W. J. NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (HOLMES of Sydnope)
5 October 1869
W. J. NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (ROBERTS of Two Dales)
8 October 1869
Partnership between Sarah KNOWLES of Matlock, Widow, Executrix of John KNOWLES of Matlock, Gentleman and William BUXTON of Burton-upon-Trent (in respect to an invention for the improvement of Tuyeres, and generally as Blacksmiths, the works being called by the name of the Patent Tubulat Tuyere Works, Brimington nr. Chesterfield as KNOWLES and BUXTON), dissolved by mutual consent. Accounts to be received and paid by John ADCOCK of Chesterfield, Bookkeeper and Accountant
12 October 1869
[In Chancery]
Matlock Old Bath Hydropathic Company Limited. Petition presented 1 October 1869 by Edward Gilling MAYNARD of Chesterfield, a contributory of the Company. To be heard 6 November
16 November 1869
[In Chancery]
Matlock Old Bath Hydropathic Company Limited. On 6 Nov 1869 ordered that the company be wound up
16 November 1869
[Bankruptcy]
John LATHAM, Prisoner for Debt at County Gaol, Stafford, for twelve years or thereabouts at Matlock, Photographic Artist and General Toy Dealer, adjudged bankrupt. First Meeting of Creditors 4 Dec next, page 60
23 November 1869
[In Chancery]
Matlock Old Bath Hydropathic Company Limited. Official Liquidator will be appointed on 3 Dec 1869
14 December 1869
William John NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (BRIGHTMORE of Tideswell)
21 December 1869
[Bankruptcy]
John LATHAM, Prisoner for Debt at County Gaol, Stafford, for twelve years or thereabouts at Matlock, Photographic Artist and General Toy Dealer, adjudged bankrupt. Last examination and discharge to be heard 10 Jan next
24 December 1869
Estate of Miss Caroline Mary PARKYNS, late of Cliff House, Matlock, Spinster (died 14 June 1869). Will proved Derby 29 Nov 1869 by Sophia Oxenden LEACROFT of Cliff House, Spinster, Executrix
28 December 1869
[In Chancery]
Matlock Old Bath Hydropathic Company Limited. Official Liquidator appointed
1870
7 January 1870
W. J. NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (DAWSON the younger of Chelmorton
11 January 1870
W. J. NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (DAWSON the younger of Chelmorton)
11 January 1870
William John NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (BRIGHTMORE of Tideswell), page 45
18 January 1870
Thomas BENNETT, of Loughborough, Deceased. Will with a codicil proved by Robert Brackenbury HOLLAND, of Matlock, itco D, Doctor of Medicine and other Executors
21 January 1870
John BLACKWELL, Deceased, late of Matlock, itco D, Gentleman (died on or about 23 July 1869) Will proved by Richard BLACKWELL of Tansley and Nathan STRATHAM [sic]
of Matlock, Executors. Creditors to send demands. William George WHEATCROFT, Market Hall Chambers, Matlock Bridge, Solicitor for the Executors
15 February 1870
W. J. NEALE of Matlock, solr acting in the bankruptcy (DAWSON the younger of Chilmorton [sic])
26 February 1870
[Union Bank of London]
CAPENHURST, Miss Jane, Care of Miss CHAMPION, Matlock Dale, Matlock, Spinster, page 186
1 March 1870
Petition of Bankruptcy, William CARTLEDGE of Matlock Bank, itpo M, itco D, Hotel and Boarding House Keeper and Cab Proprietor, adjudged bankrupt. First meeting of Creditors 15 March
18 March 1870
William CARTLEDGE of Matlock Bank. William George WHEATCROFT, of Matlock, itco D, appointed Trustee of the property of the bankrupt. Public examination at CC Derby 9 May 1870
6 May 1870
Partnership between Joseph BROWN, Thomas SHARP and William Augustus STEVENS, Builders, Carpenters and Cabinet Makers at Matlock Bridge, itpo M, itco D (BROWN and Co.), dissolved by mutual consent on 12 April instant so far as WA Stevens is concerned
7 June 1870
Thomas Aytoun WILKINSON, Deceased, Agent and Farmer [had lived in various other places]
of No.12 Victoria-road Kensington and of Starkholmes, near Matlock Bath, itco D, out of business (died at Starkholmes on or about 11 May 1870). Will proved at Principal Registry 11 May
19 July 1870
[London Bankruptcy Court]
William Hurd ALDAM [had lived in various other places]
of Tor Cottage, Matlock Dale itco D, Attorney at Law and Scrivener. First meeting of creditors 9 August 1870
22 July 1870
Ecclesiastical Commissioners permanently secured certain pieces of land secured to the vicarage of Holy Trinity Church, Matlock Bath itco D, agreed to pay incumbent and successors £16 13s 4d yearly ...
12 August 1870
[Order of the High Court of Chancery]
ELSE v. ELSE. To be sold in 14 lots by Mr. Charles NEWBOLD, appointed by the Judge, at the Horse Shoe Inn Matlock itco D on 19 Sept 1870: Certain freehold and leasehold farming and building land, late the property of Charles ELSE of Matlock, Yeoman, deceased and now in the occupation of Mrs. Elizabeth ELSE and Mr. John ROWSE. Particulars [at various places including]
ELSE and NEWBOLD, Auctioneers, Matlock
16 August 1870
[London Bankruptcy Court]
William Hurd ALDAM. Trustee appointed. Creditors who have not proved their debts must forward proof
19 August 1870
William CARTLEDGE of Matlock Bank. Dividend to be declared. William George WHEATCROFT, Trustee, Market Hall-chambers, Matlock Bridge
30 August 1870
James FARNSWORTH of Dale-Grove, Matlock Bath. First general meeting of Creditors 9 September
2 September 1870
William CARTLEDGE of Matlock Bank. Dividend declared
16 September 1870
James FARNSWORTH of Dale-Grove, Matlock Bath. Trustee to the property of the debtor appointed
18 October 1870
Joseph CROWDER of Wellfield House, Matlock Bank, itpo M, itco D, Hydropathist and Boarding House Keeper. First meeting of creditors at office of William George WHEATCROFT, Trustee, Market Hall-chambers, Matlock Bridge, Attorney to Mr. CROWDER
4 November 1870
Joseph CROWDER of Wellfield House, Matlock Bank. Second General Meeting of creditors
11 November 1870
Joseph CROWDER of Wellfield House, Matlock Bank. William George WHEATCROFT, of Matlock, Solicitor, appointed Trustee of the property of the debtor
27 December 1870
William John NEALE of Matlock, Attorney for the bankrupt (WEBSTER of Monyash)

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