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Nineteenth Century Entries : 1881 - 1885
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Matlock Wills
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
1881
5 April 1881
Judgement of High Court of Justice Chancery Division. To be sold made in an action re Thomas William RIVIS, deceased. RIVIS v. PRESTON, 1879 in one or two lots by Mr. John ELSE at the Queen's Head Hotel, Matlock Bridge on 29 Apr 1881: Shares in the Seven Rakes mine or mineral possession including Moot Hall and Dimple Titles and all that other mine called Cawdor or Ox Close in the King's Field ... Particulars at Messrs. ELSE and Son, Auctioneers, Matlock [and other places]
3 May 1881
Charles Bower SYBRAY, Deceased, Gentleman, late of Matlock (died 31 January last). Will proved at Derby on 17 February last by John SYBRAY of 137 Victoria-street, Longsight, Manchester, Butcher, and William YEOMANS of Holloway House Cromford, Licensed Valuer, Executors. James POTTER, Matlock Bridge, solr for the executors
6 May 1881
Frederick William HAYES, formerly of Matlock House, Matlock, itco D, Proprietor of an Hydropathic Establishment, then of Crosby, IOM and now of 12 Linden-gardens, Chiswick. First General Meeting of creditors 25 May 1881. Middlesex CC at Brentford.
15 July 1881
Partnership between John NUTTALL and William SHUTES, both of Matlock, business of Auctioneers, Surveyors, and Licensed Valuers, at Matlock Bridge, dissolved by mutual consent. Debts due and owing paid and received by William SHUTES
6 September 1881
Helen WATSON, Deceased, Widow, formerly of Sharston Vills, Fallowfield, near Manchester but late of Matlock House, Matlock Bridge (died 22 January last). Will proved Manchester
20 September 1881
Partnership between Henry WARD and John WARD of Matlock Grocers at Matlock (Ward and Co), dissolved by mutual consent. Debts due and owing paid and received by John WARD
20 September 1881
[Bankruptcy, First general Meeting of Creditors]
Catherine TAYLOR and Walter TAYLOR of Dale Road, Matlock Bridge, page 32
14 October 1881
Partnership between Henry Edwin PRIME and Thomas Wood (PRIME and WOOD) at Buxton and Matlock Bridge, dissolved by mutual consent from 25 Sept 1881
21 October 1881
Charles DICKEN, late of Matlock Licensed Victualler, now of Gilman Street, Litchurch, Grocer and Provision Dealer. First general meeting of Creditors 3 November 1881
18 November 1881
[Bankruptcy]
Catherine TAYLOR and Walter TAYLOR of Dale Road, Matlock Bridge, carrying on business on Dale Road as Plumbers, Glaziers, Gasfitters, Painters and Decorators (C. TAYLOR and Son). Joint Trustees appointed of the property of the debtors
22 November 1881
[Joint Stock Companies. In three months the Companies will be struck off the Register and dissolved]
Matlock Bridge, Matlock Bank, and Matlock Town Gas Light and Coke Company
6 December 1881
John MOXON of Barnsley, YKS and Matlock Bridge and of Derbyshire Oaks Quarry Ashover, Stone Merchant and Quarry owner. First General Meeting of creditors 20 Dec 1881 at Barnsley. Yorkshire CC at Barnsley
1882
7 March 1882
[Joint Stock Companies. Companies are hereby dissolved]
Matlock Bridge, Matlock Bank, and Matlock Town Gas Light and Coke Company
9 May 1882
[Contagious Disease (Animals) Act, 1878. An area infected with foot and mouth disease]
An area at Dethick Lea and Holloway in the following boundaries - the road from Dethick on to Tansley Moor, thence to Riber Castle and Matlock Moor, thence by Bow Wood to Mr. LOWE's house on the Cromford-road, up to Lea Mills, up to the top of Holloway, on the top to Lea village and thence to the first mentioned road at Dethick.
16 May 1882
Foot and mouth disease, as in entry for 9 May
23 May 1882
Foot and mouth disease, as in entry for 9 May
30 May 1882
Foot and mouth disease, as in entry for 9 May
30 May 1882
[Bankruptcy]
London Bankruptcy Court, transferred to Derby. William Peters HACKETT, of Tansley Mills, Tansley, Matlock, Smallwear Manufacturer and also shop at Manchester. Creditors who have not proved their debts to do so before 7 June, page59
6 June 1882
Foot and mouth disease, as in entry for 9 May
13 June 1882
Foot and mouth disease, as in entry for 9 May
20 June 1882
Foot and mouth disease, as in entry for 9 May
27 June 1882
Foot and mouth disease, area in entry of 9 May cease to be an infected area
1 September 1882
By Laws made by School Attendance Committees for parishes : Union of Bakewell, Parish of Matlock
15 September 1882
Catherine TAYLOR and Walter TAYLOR of Dale Road, Matlock Bridge. Creditors who have not proved their debts to send names before 27 Sept 1882
6 October 1882
John WARD of Smedley Street, Matlock Bank, Grocer and Tea Dealer. First General Meeting of creditors at offices of Mr. POTTER 23 Oct 1882. James POTTER, solr
7 November 1882
Andrew McKenzie of Matlock Bath and Nos. 27 and 28 Westgate, Ripon, YKS, Draper and Milliner. First General Meeting of creditors at Bell Hotel, Derby 9 Nov 1882. Jno. W. SKIDMORE, Matlock Bridge, Solicitor
20 October 1882
William Peters HACKETT of Tansley Mill, near Matlock, adjudged bankrupt. First and Final Dividend declared 31 July 1882
24 October 1882
William Peters HACKETT of Tansley Mill, near Matlock, adjudged bankrupt. First and Final Dividend declared 31 July 1882
10 November 1882
John William WOOD of Matlock Bridge, Joiner and Builder, lately trading with Joseph Wood late of Matlock Bridge and now of Leek, STS (J.W. and J. Wood, Joiners and Builders) First General Meeting of Creditors 28 Nov 1882 at Bell Hotel, Saddler Gate, Derby. Jno. W. SKIDMORE, Matlock Bridge, Solicitor
17 November 1882
Herbert STATHAM, of Duke William Inn, Matlock, itco D, Innkeeper, Joiner and Builder. First General Meeting of creditors, 7 Dec 1882, at Bell Hotel, Saddler Gate, Derby. Jno. W. SKIDMORE, Matlock Bridge, Solicitor
1 December 1882
[Bankruptcy]
John William WOOD of Matlock Bridge. Trustee of the property of the debtor appointed
1883
16 January 1883
[Bankruptcy]
John BROWN, of Jackson Street, Matlock Bank, itco D, Baker and Provision Dealer. First General Meeting of creditors 2 Feb 1883 at offices of Jno. W. SKIDMORE, Matlock Bridge, Solicitor for the said debtor
6 February 1883
[Bankruptcy]
John BROWN, of Jackson Street, Matlock Bank. Trustee for the property of the debtor appointed
13 February 1883
[Bankruptcy]
Joshua WILDGOOSE, of Chesterfield-road, Matlock Bridge, itpo M, itco D, and of Moor Quarry, Sydnope, itpo Darley Dale, Stone Merchant, lately carrying on business with Samuel Fox (WILDGOOSE and FOX, Stone Merchants). First General Meeting of creditors at offices of Mr. James POTTER at Matlock Bridge, 28 Feb 1883
16 February 1883
[Bankruptcy]
Andrew MCKENZIE of Matlock Bath. Creditors who have not proved their debts to send names to Trustees before 27 Feb 1883
27 February 1883
[Bankruptcy]
William Edward BROWN of Matlock Bridge, Butcher. First General Meeting of creditors at the offices of Mr. James POTTER, Solicitor for the said debtor, Matlock Bridge, 14 Mar 1883
6 March 1883
[Bankruptcy]
Joshua WILDGOOSE, of Chesterfield-road, Matlock Bridge. Second General Meeting of creditors at the offices of Mr. James POTTER, Solicitor for JW, Matlock Bridge
16 March 1883
[Extracted from Edinburgh Gazette of 13 Mar 1883]
Copartnership of BLACK and WINGATE dropping firm of Kelvinhaugh Spinning Company. Henry CHALLAND, Clerk, Matlock, Witness to Signature of William PETTIGREW. Allic. H. DOUGLAS, Cashier, Matlock, Witness to Signature of William PETTIGREW
20 March 1883
[Bankruptcy]
William Edward BROWN of Matlock Bridge. Trustee appointed of the property of the debtor
23 March 1883
[Bankruptcy]
William Edward BROWN of Matlock Bridge. Creditors who have not proved their debts are required to send names to Trustee before 2 Apr 1883
27 March 1883
[Bankruptcy]
John Henry BARNSLEY, of Pope Carr, Matlock, itco D, Grocer and Provision Dealer. Trustee appointed of the property of the debtor
10 April 1883
[Bankruptcy]
Emily Diana BOOTH, of Bank, Matlock Bridge, itco D, Milliner and Dressmaker. First General Meeting of creditors 25 Apr 1883 at offices of Mr. John William SKIDMORE, Matlock Bridge, Solr for EDB
17 April 1883
[Bankruptcy]
Stephen SMITH of Tansley, near Matlock, Nurseryman. First General Meeting of Creditors 7 May 1883 at Bell Hotel, Derby. Jno. W. SKIDMORE, Matlock Bridge, Solr for SS
1 May 1883
[Bankruptcy]
Emily Diana BOOTH, of Bank, Matlock Bridge. Second General Meeting of creditors 7 May 1883 at Bell Hotel, Sadler Gate, Derby. Jno W. SKIDMORE, Matlock Bridge, Solr for EDB
11 May 1883
[Bankruptcy]
Stephen SMITH of Tansley, near Matlock. Second General Meeting of Creditors 18 May 1883 at Bell Hotel, Derby. Jno. W. SKIDMORE, Matlock Bridge, Solr for SS
15 June 1883
Property re MOORWOOD estate. Particulars held by Mr. Walter Noel HARRIS, Solicitor, Matlock Bridge and Alfreton (and others)
29 June 1883
Partnership between Thomas WALKER, of Matlock Bath, itco D, Plumber, Glazier and Gas Fitter and John DUCKMANTON of Matlock Bath, Plumber, Glazier and Gas Fitter (as Plumbers, Glaziers and Gas Fitters at Matlock Bath), dissolved by mutual consent on 22 June 1883. Debts due from and owing to received by TW
4 September 1883
[Bankruptcy]
Jesse TAYLOR late of Matlock Bank, DBY, Grocer and Provision Merchant, but now of Ashmore, WIL, Labourer. First General Meeting of Creditors. Wiltshire CC at Salisbury
21 September 1883
[Bankruptcy]
Herbert STATHAM, of Duke William Inn, Matlock. Creditors who have not proved their debts to send names to Trustee by 29 Sept 1883
5 October 1883
[Joint Stock Companies. In three months the Companies will be struck off the Register and dissolved]
Matlock Bath Soda Water, Lemonade, and Aërated Water Company Limited
9 November 1883
Godfrey TALLENTS, Deceased, Gentleman, of Milltown Ashover. James POTTER of Matlock Bridge Solicitor for Executors
13 November 1883
[Bankruptcy]
Lindsey SMEDLEY of Matlock Bath, itco D, Watchmaker and Jeweller, Tobacconist and Fishing Tackle Dealer. First General Meeting of Creditors at offices of James POTTER, Solr, 26 Nov 1883
16 November 1883
[Bankruptcy]
Joseph DAKIN, of the Royal Museum, Matlock Bath, itco D, Marble Worker, Tuffa and Mineral Merchant. First General Meeting of Creditors 5 Dec 1833
4 December 1883
[Bankruptcy]
William BRITLAND, of the Prince of Wales' Hotel, Matlock Bath, itco D, Licensed Victualler. First General Meeting of Creditors 20 Dec 1883
4 December 1883
[Bankruptcy]
Lindsay SMEDLEY, of Matlock Bath. Trustee appointed
11 December 1883
[Bankruptcy]
Joseph DAKIN, of the Royal Museum, Matlock Bath. Second General Meeting of Creditors 17 Dec 1833
25 December 1883
[Bankruptcy]
William BRITLAND, of the Prince of Wales' Hotel, Matlock Bath. Trustee of the property of the debtor appointed
1884
15 January 1884
[Joint Stock Companies. Companies have been struck off the Register and dissolved]
Matlock Bath Soda Water, Lemonade, and Aërated Water Company Limited
26 February 1884
[Bankruptcy]
Lindsey SMEDLEY of Matlock Bath. Creditors who have not proved their debts to send names to Trustee
28 March 1884
Frederick PRATT, deceased, late of Westmean, administration granted to Mary Ann RUSSWORM of Rockfield, Matlock itco D, Spinster at Principal Registry
15 April 1884
Matlock Bridge Hotel and Market Hall Company. Extraordinary General Meeting of Company Members held at the Company's Office, Matlock Bridge, 28 Feb 1844. Special Resolution passed, confirmed by Meeting 20 Mar 1884 "That the Matlock Bridge Hotel and Market Hall Company be wound up voluntarily." George HALES, Chairman
25 April 1884
Matlock Bridge Hotel and Market Hall Company. Above notice repeated
16 May 1884
Sympathy expressed to Her Majesty Queen Victoria in the loss of her youngest son, HRH the Duke of Albany [from all parts of the county including]
Matlock Bath Local Board
3 June 1884
John BROWN, of No. 6 Jackson Street, Matlock Bank. Creditors who have not proved their debts to send names to Trustee
1 July 1884
Civil Service Appointments, Post Office: Arthur CLARK (Matlock Bath)
11 July 1884
Order of the High Court of Justice, the estate of Job FEARN. Various property sales, Particulars Thomas H LADD of Matlock Bath, Solicitor, Mr J. W. Skidmore of Matlock [and others]
26 August 1884
John BROWN, of Jackson Street, Matlock Bank. Creditors who have not proved their debts to send names before 8 Sep 1884
29 August 1884
James LOUKES, Deceased, Gentleman, late of Matlock Dale itco D (died 18 May 1884) Will proved by Adam CHADWICK of Matlock Bath, Bank Manager, and James POTTER of Matlock, Solicitor on 13 June last at Derby
16 December 1884
Matlock Bridge Hotel and Market Hall Company. General Meeting of Company Members 22 January next at offices of Mr. SKIDMORE, Solicitor, Matlock Bridge to have account laid before them showing how Company has been wound up. Robert HALL, Fred L. SOWTER, Liquidators
1885
16 January 1885
[Bankruptcy, Receiving Orders]
STATHAM, William, Matlock, DBY
[Bankruptcy, First Meetings]
STATHAM, William, Matlock, DBY, page 27
3 February 1885
[Bankruptcy, Adjudications]
STATHAM, William, Matlock, DBY
13 February 1885
Andrew MCKENZIE of Matlock Bath. Creditors who have not proved their debts to send names to Trustees
3 March 1885
William TOMLINSON, late of Matlock Bath, Derbyshire, Grocer, Deceased. Sarah TOMLINSON, Widow, Administratrix
24 April 1885
Andrew MCKENZIE of Matlock Bath. Second and Final Dividend of 2s 2d in the £ declared
[also one for Matlock-terrace, Leeds]
9 June 1885
Henry Patterson EDMONDSON, Deceased. Formerly of Lytham LAN but late residing at Swiss Villa, Matlock Bath itco D, Lace Merchant at Nottingham (died 21 Apr 1855) Letters of administration granted 22 May 1885 to Harriett EDMONDSON, of Swiss Villa, Widow and Relict
10 July 1885
[Bankruptcy, Receiving Orders]
WHETTON, Michael, Farmer, Totley Bents, late Tansley, Matlock [and other places]
[Bankruptcy, Adjudications]
WHETTON, Michael, Farmer, Totley Bents, late Tansley, Matlock, page 47
14 July 1885
[Bankruptcy, First Meetings]
WHETTON, Michael, Farmer, Totley Bents, late Tansley, Matlock
[Also 1 for Matlock terrace, Chapeltown, Leeds]
21 July 1885
[Order of Chancery Division of High Court of Justice]
Estate of James BURY, deceased, Gentleman, late of Riversdale, Matlock Bath. Action against Robert Smith and others, creditors of JB [Smith one of executors]
31 July 1885
Matlock Bath Permanent Building Benefit Society
Petition for winding up, on 21 July 1885 at Wirksworth CC, by William Atkins of Rockside, Hydropathic Proprietor, member authorised to present the same. F and H TAYLOR, Bakewell; Thos. H. LADD, Matlock (Matlock Bath), Solicitors for the Petitioner
21 August 1885
Auction at Spanker Inn, Heage. Particulars at various places including ELSE and Sons, Matlock Bridge, the Auctioneers
1 September 1885
Matlock Bath Permanent Building Benefit Society. Proceedings to be conducted by the Registrar
4 September 1885
[Bankruptcy, Receiving Orders]
BANNISTER, John, Matlock Bank, DBY, Plumber, Painter and Glazier
8 September 1885
[Bankruptcy, Notice of Intended Dividends]
WHETTON, Michael, Farmer, Totley Bents, late Tansley, Matlock
11 September 1885
[Bankruptcy, Notice of Intended Dividends]
STATHAM, William, Matlock, DBY
23 October 1885
[Bankruptcy, Notice of Dividends]
WHETTON, Michael, Farmer, Totley Bents, late Tansley, Matlock
[Bankruptcy, Applications for Debtors' Discharge]
WHETTON, Michael, Farmer, Totley Bents, late Tansley, Matlock, page 44
4 December 1885
[Bankruptcy, Orders on Application to Approve Composition or Scheme]
BANNISTER, John, Matlock Bank, DBY
22 December 1885
Charles RATCLIFF, Deceased, Colonel of Volunteers, late of 26 Lancaster Gate, Hyde Park, MDX (died Matlock Bank 28 Aug 1885), Will proved Principal Registry 19 Oct 1885 by Helen RATCLIFF, Widow
22 December 1885
[Bankruptcy, Orders Made on Applications for Discharge]
WHETTON, Michael, Farmer, Totley Bents, late Tansley, Matlock. Discharge suspended for two years

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