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Family history in Derbyshire

Family history in Derbyshire

a guide to library resources.

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Published by Derbyshire County Council in Matlock .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsDerbyshire (England). County Council.
The Physical Object
Pagination30p. :
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19990698M
ISBN 100903463385
OCLC/WorldCa31708407

Work in Progress. For a family deemed by several Chesterfield and Derbyshire local historians as of lower class and of no significance I have found it surprising that in major archives there are hundreds of original documents and title deeds relating to the Froggatt family of Froggatt and their ancestors and descendants. They can be found at the National Archives at. Williamson Family History | Find Genealogy Records & Family Crest Williamson Genealogy & History. Williamson is an English patronymic surname from the Norman William, descending from the Old German wil, for will or desire, and helm, meaning helmet .

The Derbyshire Family History Society is a registered charity no. and has around members worldwide. Our main aims are to assist members to trace their family history, and to collect, preserve and make available archival material relating to family and local history in Derbyshire. Monthly. The surname Wigley was first found in Derbyshire where they held a family seat at Brampton during the reign of king Edward III (ruled ). The Saxon influence of English history diminished after the Battle of Hastings in

Derbyshire Derbyshire genealogy. Search for Derbyshire Anglican Churches on The Diocese of Derby website..; Hoskyns, Edwyn - Under the Heavy Priory Press, , ISBN X Subtitled ‘The Church of England in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, ’, this book is an account of Edwyn Hoskins, Bishop of Southwell's parochial visitation of the . The Derbyshire family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Derbyshire families were found in the UK in In there were 2, Derbyshire families living in Lancashire. This was about 64% .


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Family history in Derbyshire Download PDF EPUB FB2

WARNING - the site will be down from ~ pm to pm, Wed 26th Feb - emergency maintenance. For over 25 years the Society has linked together people researching their family history in Derbyshire. We have built up an extensive library of documents, and have also placed a significant amount of data online, on this website.

Derbyshire History, Gazetteer, and Directory, 1, Genealogy of the descendants of John Kirk, bornat Alfreton, in Derbyshire, England: Calendars of wills & administrations in the Consistory Court of the bishop of Lichfield and Conventry, to Descendants of William Wilcoxson of Derbyshire, England and Stratford.

The main family history collection for the county is kept at the local studies library in the Derbyshire Record Office. There is also a large collection at Chesterfield Library.

Many local libraries also hold family history research materials for their local area. Derbyshire, England Online Genealogy Records This chart shows links to countrywide collections.

To find links to collections for lower jurisdictions (such as a county, town, or parish), go to Locating Online Databasesfindmypast, and can be searched free of charge at your local family history center or the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Henry de Ferrers (died by ), magnate and administrator, was a Norman who after the Norman conquest was awarded extensive lands in England. He was the eldest son of Walkelin de Ferrers and in about inherited his father's lands centred on the village of Ferrières-Saint-Hilaire.

In England he progressively acquired landholdings. Brooks Family History The BROOKS Family History website was originally created in for my own Family tree including many other surnames. The website has changed many times since the latest change in is what you now see and is updated frequently.

Early History of the Darbyshire family This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Darbyshire research. Another words (17 lines of text) covering the years,and are included under the topic Early Darbyshire History in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever.

Dethick Manor is a 16th-century manor house, situated at Dethick, Amber Valley, Derbyshire, much altered in the 18th century and converted to use as a is a Grade II* listed building.

The manor of Dethick was anciently owned by the eponymous family. On the death in of Robert Dethick, the heir to the family's property at Dethick (though not the last Dethick Coordinates: 53°07′05″N 1°30′44″W. Lost your password. (Please remember, the lost password process only works if we have your correct email address!) * If you can't remember your membership ID, you can.

Welcome to the Chesterfield and District Family History Society. We are here to help you discover your family heritage. Not simply to find the names, key dates and places of birth or death of your ancestors Learning about the history of your family is a.

Chesterfield Family History Society; Derbyshire Family History Society. The Derbyshire Family History Society helps to link people who are searching for their Derbyshire roots together.

There is an extensive library and a team of expert volunteers to help with your research. Their magazine is published four times a year.

Derby Local Studies and Family History Library In response to the Government’s latest guidance concerning the COVID virus, and in the best interests of our visitors and staff, Derby Libraries will be closing their doors temporarily after business hours on Saturday 21 March.

Derbyshire Family History Society April 22 at AM If you're thinking of using your unexpected spare time to delve further back into the records, you'll eventually come up against the issues of the records being in Latin, and also in a handwriting 5/5(1).

Sir Andrew George Derbyshire (b. ) was a notable architect. "My cousin Delia Derbyshire is known for creating the music for Dr. Who. "The Derbyshires were a well regarded & established glass making family with factories in Manchester.

James, John and Thomas Derbyshire (brothers) ran the various factories in the late 19th century.". Several of the larger ones have some family history research materials for their local area.

Soon you'll need to visit one or more of the bigger local studies libraries. These are at Chesterfield Library and Matlock, in the Derbyshire Record Office. Derbyshire Genealogical Resources The purpose of this project is to outline the regional resources available for research in Derbyshire, both geographical/physical and online.

Please add links to any resources you find in the appropriate sections below. George Renshaw, Ashbourne, Derbyshire Looking for info re my family who emigrated to South Australia.

George Renshaw was born abt in Ashbourne & died in Greenock, South Australia He came to Australia with his parents, George Renshaw Snr born abt & Mary (Anne) bornmaiden name unknown, on the Barque Macedon in or.

The Derbyshire family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Derbyshire families were found in the UK in In there were 3 Derbyshire families living in New York.

This was about 50% of all the recorded Derbyshire's in the USA. New York had the highest population of Derbyshire families in. Derbyshire or Derby, a Midland and almost central county, nearly equidistant from the eastern and the western seas, and from Scotland and the English Channel.

It is bounded on the NW by Cheshire, on the N and NE by Yorkshire, on the E by Notts., on the SE by Leicestershire, on the S by Warwickshire and Staffordshire, on the W, by Staffordshire Location: Derbyshire, England. The Derbyshire family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Derbyshire families were found in the UK in In there were 80 Derbyshire families living in Ontario.

This was about 62% of all the recorded Derbyshire's in Canada. Ontario had the highest population of Derbyshire families in. From the History of Hassop/Eyre: (and Hassop Hall) From the Doomsday Book: Hassop is mentioned.

The record in the Doomsday book would support the family of Le HEYRE were of SAXON origin and descended from ‘keeper of the hounds, edward”, whilst not of noble blood the association by appointment was maintained over the generations.origin From Andy Hawkins ' "The Ancient History of the Distinguished Surname 'Hawkins'" (link under sources below): The distinguished surname "Hawkins" is one of the most notable Anglo-Saxon surnames, and its historical trail has emerged from the mists of time to become an influential surname of the Middle Ages and of the present day.John Derbyshire (born 3 June ) is a British-born American computer programmer, writer, journalist and political commentator.

He formerly wrote a column in National Review before moving to a staff position at the white nationalist website VDARE, where he continues to has also written for the New English columns cover a broad range of political Alma mater: University College London.