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Burbage (Upper Quarter, Hartington) Derbyshire
Hartington was once a large parish divided into four "Quarters" . Town Quarter - now modern Hartington, Nether Quarter- now Biggin, Upper Quarter - now Burbage, and Middle Quarter - now Earl Sterndale.
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red mail Richard Brindley/elizabeth Hibbert
Richard Brindley married Elizabeth Hibbert on 31 Dec 1860 at Heaton Norris, Stockport. Their children were George born 1861 at Burbage, William 1865, Mary Hibbert 1866 and John Hibbert 1877. Mary married Walter J. Hadfield (son of Francis) and they had Maud born 1885 and Francis 1888. This family lived at Burbage, near Buxton, Derybshire.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2016
red mail Wheeldon family
Hi, I'm looking for anyone with a connection to the following family- Thomas Wheeldon 1826 Burbage, Derbyshire, England Head Labourer Hartington Upper Quarter Derbyshire Emma Wheeldon 1834 Handley, Staffordshire, England Wife Hartington Upper Quarter Derbyshire Jane Harriet 1870 Burbage, Derbyshire, England Daughter Hartington Upper Quarter Derbyshire Elizabeth Wheeldon 1867 Burbage, Derbyshire, England Daughter Hartington Upper Quarter Derbyshire Jacob Wheeldon 1860 Burbage, Derbyshire, England Son Hartington Upper Quarter Derbyshire Job Wheeldon 1858 Burbage, Derbyshire, England Son Labourer Hartington Upper Quarter Derbyshire Thomas Wheeldon 1863 Burbage, Derbyshire, England Son Hartington Upper Quarter Derbyshire William Wheeldon 1865 Burbage, Derbyshire, England Son Hartington Upper Quarter Derbyshire If there are any fellow researchesr out there pls contact me as I'm very happy to share the info that I have. Many thanks Fiona
red mail lettice scragg
i am looking for relatives of lettice scragg. born1839 died age 44 in 1883. married john mellor. had daughters one called fanny one sally do not know the others, perhaps norah. they resided at lime cottages in burbage. john was a collier and died age 76. he was my great grandad.
red mail house whereabouts
i am trying to trace (lime cottages )in burbabe. wondering if anybody knows there whereabouts now, or where they used to be
red mail Duke Street, Burbage
There was a shop on Duke Street,Burbage which in Bulmer's History and Directory of Derbyshire 1895 was run by one T.B.Wilde. This is where my grand mother worked as a girl about 1907. I was hoping that some old photos might still exist of that area of Burbage. As well anything at all about the Buxton College where in 1924 another Mr W.T.Wilde who was the son of the shop keeper was a Master at the Buxton College and Secretary/Treasurer of "The Buxtonian" which was the school's magazine.

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