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red mail DAKEYNE
Hi, Looking at the Dakeyne family in Darley Dale. My Great-grandmother was Emma (1859-1924) who married Frederick DAWSON in 1881 in Darley Dale. Looking at Burke's and posted trees I am having some trouble confirming the direct links. Anyone else looking at these families out there to help me? Thanks, Bev
Posted: 2016, Member logged in: 2020
red mail Paper Manufacturer & Novelist
From The Century Cyclopedia of Names 1895 Robert Bage was born at Darley, Derbyshire 29th February 1728 and died at Tamworth 1st September 1801. An English novelist. He was a paper manufacturer by trade, and did not begin to write before the age of 52. He wrote - 'Mount Henneth' 1781 - 'Barham Downs' 1784, - 'Hermsprong, or Man is not True' 1796 etc.
Posted: 2003, Member logged in: 2016
red mail GORTON, Thomas
I am looking for information on Thomas GORTON (sometimes spelled GORTEN), who lived in Darley Dale or nearby. He was baptised in 1682, and wrote a will in February 1754, leaving his house and property to his nephews and nieces, children of his sister Dorothy who was married to John BEELEY of Stoney Middleton. Thomas must have been perceived as quite wealthy, and presumably died a bachelor. I am interested in what property was involved in this will, and any further information about the Gortons.
red mail Gregory
Update.. Sarah Gregory born 1834 Darley Dale ,and married John Boreham [Borham] born 1837 married 1863 St Peters Church, Derby. Her Parents..Charles Gregory b c1811 Straton,Derbyshire + Mary Ann Vains b c1819 Darley,Derbyshire.Also had Mary Ann b c1850 + Charles Henry b c1853,both born in Bakewell
red mail BEMBRIDGE
Seeking any information about my forebear Eliza Bembridge, born at Darley around 1814. Her father was William, and her mother may have been Hannah. Eliza married William Eyre at Nottingham in 1842, and died sometime between 1861 and 1867.
red mail Allen Heywood
Looking for info on the marriage between James Allen b. 12/06/1735 and Elizabeth Heywood b. c1740. James was b. in Darley,Derbys, his family came from Ipstones, Staffs. His father was Anthony Allen chris. 08/06/1693, his mother was Mary b. c.1695 at Ipstones. James & Elizabeth married at Snelston, Derbys on 22/05/1757. Am direct descendant and would like to know occupations etc. anything really - have got these Allens back to 1556 on the male line.
red mail Gregory
Charles Gregory: A general agent, wife unknown ,daughter Sarah Gregory born 1834 in Bakewell (also Darley Dale been mentiond) Derbyshire.Married John Borham ( name changes to Boreham and back again!) from London b St Peters Church Derby on 10th Feburary 1863. Wittnesses: Joseph Walkesden & William Drew.John Borham was a joiner and family say he moved to Derbyshire to do with a tunnel. John & Sarah's first child Mary Eliza 1864-1945,in Apperly Bridge,Yorkshire died in Barry,Glam. :Joseph 1867-1918 born back in Bakwell.5 other children all born in Portishead,Somerset.
red mail BOWLEY, Jean, Darley Dale school?
Jean BOWLEY, born 1920, went to school in Darley Darley. The family were not from that area so why were they there for some of her childhood? Father was LESLIE BOWLEY, mother Edith. Was there an influx of workers for some industry? Any suggestions welcome.
red mail John Travis Darley Dale
Searching for information on the Travis Family, John Travis b abt 1755 married Mary Buxton and descendants Bridget married John Haslam, Elizabeth Haslam married Samual Large, Georgina Haslam married George Stone
red mail Scott : David and Anne
David and Anne lived at Church street, Darley, Derby in 1881. With children 6 children. David was born in 1841. To find out were, yet.Any imfo will be great. thks.Think he was born in Scotland.

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