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Derbys01 - Descendants of Thomae Hulley father of George Hulley who was baptised in 1640

Notes


111. William Hulley

1798 22 Apr - baptised at Great Longstone church: William son of George Hulley junr. of Little Longstone.

1822 31 Oct - married at All Saints church Bakewell:
William Hulley of Ashford in this Parish and Hannah Short also of Ashford aforesaid
were married in this Church by Banns
this Thirty first Day of October in the Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty two
By me Francis Hodgson Vicar
This Marriage was solemnized between us } Wm. Hulley
} Hannah Short her x mark
In the Presence of { ....... Short
{ Martha Hulley her x Mark

1823 12 Jan - dau Ann baptised at Great Longstone parish church - Ann dau. of William & Hannah
Hulley of Little Longstone. Labourer.

1824 17 Oct - son William baptised at St Giles church Great Longstone: William son of William &
Hannah Hulley of Little Longstone Butcher.

1826 10 Sep - dau Sarah baptised at St Giles church Great Longstone: Sarah dau of William &
Hannah Hulley of Little Longstone Butcher.

1828 6 Jan - dau Mary baptised at Great Longstone church: Mary dau. of William and Hannah
Hulley of Little Longstone. Butcher.

1829 15 Nov - son Jonathan baptised at Great Longstone church: Jonathan son of William Hannah
Hully of Longstone Parva. Butcher. (Note:- Parvus - Latin = small)

1831 20 Feb - son John baptised at Great Longstone church: John son of William and Hannah Hulley
of Longstone Parva. Butcher.

1832 29 Jul - son Charles baptised at St Giles church Great Longstone: Charles son of William &
Hannah Hulley of Longstone Parva Butcher.

1833 - dau Jane born in Derbyshire - see 1841 census below. Note: no birth or baptism entry
has been found for this person. She may be named Emma Jane Hulley or Jane
Emma Hulley - the baptism entry for Emma Hulley is shown in the Notes for Emma
Hulley baptised 24 Aug 1834 at Great Longstone.

1834 24 Aug - dau Emma baptised at St Giles church Great Longstone: Emma dau of William &
Hannah Hulley of Longstone Parva Butcher.

1836 25 Mar - dau Elizabeth baptised at St Giles church: Elizabeth dau of William & Hannah Hulley
of Longstone Parva Butcher.

1841 census
HO 107/183/1 f8r Ashford No location
W. Hully 35 Inn Keeper Y
Hannah Hully 40 Y
Ann Hully 18 Y
William Hully 16 App Y
Sarah Hully 14 Y
Mary Hully 12 Y
Jonathan Hully 11 Y
John Hully 10 Y
Jane Hully 8 Y
May Short 9 Y

1842 - PIGOT'S GENERAL DIRECTORY JULY DERBYSHIRE
Bakewell - Butchers Hulley William, Ashford
Tailors Hulley William, Bridge St
Retailer of Beer Hulley William, Ashford
Mellor - Taverns and Public Houses Royal Oak - John Hulley, Mellor

1850 - DERBYSHIRE DIRECTORY
Retailers of Beer Hulley, William, Ashford

1850 6 Oct - son John married at Manchester cathedral: John Hulley 20 Bachelor Bookkeeper
Chapel St Ardwick (father William Hulley Butcher); Mary Ann Dodson 24 Spinster
Chapel St Ardwick (father Richard Dodson Pattern designer. Witness incl. Sarah Hulley.

1851 census
HO 107/2149 f146r DERBYSHIRE Ashford in the Water Fennil St
William Hulley Head M 50 Butcher and Beerseller Derbys Longstone
Hannah Hulley Wife M 55 Derbys Bubnell
William Hulley Son U 24 Assistant Butcher Derbys Longstone

1852 - Freebody's Directory of Bakewell etc
Retailers of Beer - Hulley Wm. Ashford.

1852 - Gazetteer and General Directory of Sheffield: Bakewell parish - Beerhouses: Hulley Wm.
Butcher.

1855 - Post Office Directory of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire - Ashford:
Traders: Hulley William Beer retailer.
Beer Retailers: Hulley W. Ashford, Bakewell.

1856 23 Aug - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - ETTINGTON COURT HOUSE.
FRIDAY. Before THOMAS NEED, Esq. FELONY. Benjamin Mayfield was brought
up charged with robbing his employers, Messrs. Wells and Co., coal owners of
Eckington, of working tools. From information which Supt Tasker received, he
traced the prisoner in possession of five sheep through Cowley and Owler-bar toll-
bars, and afterwards to Ashford-in-the-Water, Derbyshire, where he ascertained he
had sold one of the sheep to Mr Hulley, a butcher. He also intimated to Mr Hulley
that he had four other sheep in Bakewell market.

1858 3 Feb - Writ of Summons.Exchequer. Samuel Scott v. William Hulley of Ashford, Derbyshire:
debt of Đ5. Source- Hull University Manuscripts and Archives Database reference
DX/224/6.

1859 18 Aug - son Jonathan died at Sheffield - Jonathan Hulley of Sheffield, aged 29 yrs.

1859 Aug 20 - Daily News Deaths - HULLEY - August 16, at Sheffield, Jonathan, son of Mr W.
Hulley, of Ashford Derbyshire.

1861 census
RG 9/2539 f46 Ashford in the Water Fennel Street
William Hulley Head Widow 60 Farmer & Publican Derbys
Ann Hallam Dau Mar 38 Housekeeper Derbys
Sarah Hallam Granddau Unmar 7 Scholar Yorks
Randall Ingham Lodger Mar 53 Grocer & Pig dealer Cheshire

1865 08 Jun - made Will - copy held.

1865 Sep qtr - GRO index burial entry: Hulley William Bakewell 7b 339.

1865 26 Jul - died at Ashford - see MI below.

1865 28 Jul - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser. Deaths - HULLEY - July 26, at Ashford-in-
the-Water, Derbyshire, aged 67 years, William Hulley.

1865 28 Jul - buried at St Giles church Great Longstone: William Hulley of Ashford aged 66 yrs.

South side nr back of church In
Memory of
William Hulley
of Ashford
who died July 26th 1865 Aged 66 years
Also of Hannah his Wife
who died May 13th 1858,Aged 64 years
And of Jonathan their son
who died Aug 16th 1859, Aged 29 years
Also of
Ann Hallam their Daughter
who died November 25th 1866 Aged 43 years
And of
Emma, Charles and Elizabeth
who died in their Infancy
Also in Memory of
George Hulley, father of the
Above-named William Hulley
who died July 10th 1859, aged 86 years

1865 21 Aug - The Will of William Hulley late of Ashford in the Parish of Bakewell in the County of
Derby Innkeeper deceased who died 26 July 1865 at Ashford was proved at Derby by
the oaths of William Hulley of Ashford aforesaid Butcher and John Hulley of Victoria
Street Rushulme in the County of Lancaster Cashier the Sons and George Breffitt of
Cressbrook in the County of Derby aforesaid Gardener the Executors.


Hannah Short

1796 - born at Bubnell - see 1851 census below.

1822 31 Oct - married at All Saints church Bakewell:
William Hulley of Ashford in this Parish and Hannah Short also of Ashford aforesaid
were married in this Church by Banns
this Thirty first Day of October in the Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty two
By me Francis Hodgson Vicar
This Marriage was solemnized between us } Wm. Hulley
} Hannah Short her x mark
In the Presence of { ....... Short
{ Martha Hulley her x Mark

1823 12 Jan - dau Ann baptised at Great Longstone parish church - Ann dau. of William & Hannah
Hulley of Little Longstone. Labourer.

1824 17 Oct - son William baptised at St Giles church Great Longstone: William son of William &
Hannah Hulley of Little Longstone Butcher.

1826 10 Sep - dau Sarah baptised at St Giles church Great Longstone: Sarah dau of William &
Hannah Hulley of Little Longstone Butcher.

1828 6 Jan - dau Mary baptised at Great Longstone church: Mary dau. of William and Hannah
Hulley of Little Longstone. Butcher.

1829 15 Nov - son Jonathan baptised at Great Longstone church: Jonathan son of William Hannah
Hully of Longstone Parva. Butcher.

1831 20 Feb - son John baptised at Great Longstone church: John son of William and Hannah Hulley
of Longstone Parva. Butcher.

1832 29 Jul - son Charles baptised at St Giles church Great Longstone: Charles son of William &
Hannah Hulley of Longstone Parva Butcher.

1833 - dau Jane born in Derbyshire - see 1841 census below. Note: no birth or baptism entry
has been found for this person. She may be named Emma Jane Hulley or Jane
Emma Hulley - the baptism entry for Emma Huley is shown in the Notes for Emma
Hulley baptised 24 Aug 1834 at Great Longstone.

1834 24 Aug - dau Emma baptised at St Giles church Great Longstone: Emma dau of William &
Hannah Hulley of Longstone Parva Butcher.

1836 25 Mar - dau Elizabeth baptised at St Giles church: Elizabeth dau of William & Hannah Hulley
of Longstone Parva Butcher.

1841 census
HO 107/183/1 f8r Ashford No location
W. Hully 35 Inn Keeper Y
Hannah Hully 40 Y
Ann Hully 18 Y
William Hully 16 App Y
Sarah Hully 14 Y
Mary Hully 12 Y
Jonathan Hully 11 Y
John Hully 10 Y
Jane Hully 8 Y
May Short 9 Y

1850 6 Oct - son John married at Manchester cathedral: John Hulley 20 Bachelor Bookkeeper
Chapel St Ardwick (father William Hulley Butcher); Mary Ann Dodson 24 Spinster
Chapel st Ardwick (father Richard Dodson Pattern designer. Witness incl. Sarah Hulley.

1851 census
HO 107/2149 f146r DERBYSHIRE Ashford in the Water Fennil St
William Hulley Head M 50 Butcher and Beerseller Derbys Longstone
Hannah Hulley Wife M 55 Derbys Bubnell
William Hulley Son U 24 Assistant Butcher Derbys Longstone

1858 16 May - buried at St Giles church Great Longstone: Hannah Hulley of Ashford aged 64yrs.

South side nr back of church In
Memory of
William Hulley
of Ashford
who died July 26th 1865 Aged 66 years
Also of Hannah his Wife
who died May 13th 1858,Aged 64 years
And of Jonathan their son
who died Aug 16th 1859, Aged 29 years
Also of
Ann Hallam their Daughter
who died November 25th 1866 Aged 43 years
And of
Emma, Charles and Elizabeth
who died in their Infancy
Also in Memory of
George Hulley, father of the
Above-named William Hulley
who died July 10th 1859, aged 86 years


209. Mary Hulley

1828 6 Jan - baptised at Great Longstone church: Mary dau. of William and Hannah Hulley of Little
Longstone. Butcher.

1841 census
HO 107/183/1 f8r Ashford No location
W. Hully 35 Inn Keeper Y
Hannah Hully 40 Y
Ann Hully 18 Y
William Hully 16 App Y
Sarah Hully 14 Y
Mary Hully 12 Y
Jonathan Hully 11 Y
John Hully 10 Y
Jane Hully 8 Y
May Short 9 Y

1851 census
HO 107/1468 f735r Kensington 8 Notting Hill Terrace
George Hearn Head U 65 Proprietor of Houses Fund Holder + 2 sis Middx Westm.r
Mary Hulley Serv U 23 Serv [+1 serv] Derbys Longston

1861 census
RG 9/2544 f79rev Litton Crossbrook Hall
Henry McConnel Head Mar 59 Manuf. Emp 300 + w, 2 ch, 8 Serv Lancs Manchester
Mary Hulley Serv Un 33 Lady's Maid Derbys Longstone

1871 census
RG 10/3626 f78r DERBYSHIRE Ashford Formel Street
William Hulley Head M 46 Butcher Derbys L. Longstone
Sarah Hulley Wife M 44 Derbys Ashford
Emma Jane Hulley Dau U 14 Scholar Derbys Ashford
Mary Hulley Sister U 43 Domestic servant Derbys L. Longstone

1875 27 Dec - MARRIAGE ALLEGATION AT Fairfield the twenty seventh day of December 1875, before the Reverend
Charles Smith Clerk, Master of Arts Appeared Personally Mary Hulley in the Parish of Fairfield in the
County of Derby and Diocese of Lichfield A Spinster of the full age of twenty one years and upwards
and prayed a Licence for the Solemnization of Matrimony in the Parish Church of ..........in the County of
Derby and Diocese of Lichfield between her and Henry Brearley of Ticknall in the Parish of in the County of Derby and Diocese of Lichfield A Grocer & Draper, a Bachelor of the full age of twenty
one years and upwards and made Oath that he believeth that there is no Impediment of Kindred or
Alliance or of any other lawful Cause, nor any Suit commenced in nay Ecclesiastical Court, to bar or
hinder the proceeding of the said Matrimony, according to the tenor of such Licence:
And he further made Oath that she the said Mary Hulley hath had her usual place of abode within
the said Parish of Fairfield for the space of fifteen Days last past.
Signed
Mary Hulley
Sworn before me, Charles Smith Surrogate

1876 03 Jan - married at St Peter's church Fairfield: Henry Brearley Full age Bachelor Draper and Grocer Ticknall, -
father Thomas Brearley (deceased) Upholsterer; Mary Hulley Full age Spinster Fairfield - father
William Hulley (deceased) Inn Keeper. Wits: Easop Herbert Hulley, Ann Hulley.


Henry Brearley

1875 27 Dec - MARRIAGE ALLEGATION AT Fairfield the twenty seventh day of December 1875, before the Reverend
Charles Smith Clerk, Master of Arts Appeared Personally Mary Hulley in the Parish of Fairfield in the
County of Derby and Diocese of Lichfield A Spinster of the full age of twenty one years and upwards
and prayed a Licence for the Solemnization of Matrimony in the Parish Church of ..........in the County of
Derby and Diocese of Lichfield between her and Henry Brearley of Ticknall in the Parish of in the County of Derby and Diocese of Lichfield A Grocer & Draper, a Bachelor of the full age of twenty
one years and upwards and made Oath that he believeth that there is no Impediment of Kindred or
Alliance or of any other lawful Cause, nor any Suit commenced in nay Ecclesiastical Court, to bar or
hinder the proceeding of the said Matrimony, according to the tenor of such Licence:
And he further made Oath that she the said Mary Hulley hath had her usual place of abode within
the said Parish of Fairfield for the space of fifteen Days last past.
Signed
Mary Hulley
Sworn before me, Charles Smith Surrogate

1876 03 Jan - married at St Peter's church Fairfield: Henry Brearley Full age Bachelor Draper and Grocer Ticknall, -
father Thomas Brearley (deceased) Upholsterer; Mary Hulley Full age Spinster Fairfield - father
William Hulley (deceased) Inn Keeper. Wits: Easop Herbert Hulley, Ann Hulley.


210. Jonathan Hulley

1829 15 Nov - baptised at Great Longstone church: Jonathan son of William Hannah Hully of
Longstone Parva. Butcher.

1841 census
HO 107/183/1 f8r Ashford No location
W. Hully 35 Inn Keeper Y
Hannah Hully 40 Y
Ann Hully 18 Y
William Hully 16 App Y
Sarah Hully 14 Y
Mary Hully 12 Y
Jonathan Hully 11 Y
John Hully 10 Y
Jane Hully 8 Y
May Short 9 Y

1851 census
HO 107/2192 f832r West Derby Tue Brook
John Hully Head M 48 Market Gardener Derbys Longstone
Ann Hully Wife M 44 Lancs West Derby
James H Hully Son U 18 Market Gardener Lancs West Derby
Mary Hully Dau 15 Lancs West Derby
John Holliwell Serv U 19 Labourer Denbighshire
Roger Jenion Lodger U 20 Gardener Lancs West Derby
Benjamin Dwerryhouse Lodger U 25 Groom Lancs West Derby
James Hume Lodger U 48 Professd. Gardner Scotland
Jonathan Hully Nephew U 21 Blacksmith Derbys Longton

1857 24 Feb - married at St George's church Brook Hill, Sheffield: Jonathan Hulley 27 Bachelor Surgical Instrument
Forger West John Street - father William Hulley Butcher; Margeret Proctor 22 Spinster Cemetery Road -
father Thomas Proctor Hook Presser. Wits: Henry Proctor, Emily Capper.

1859 16 Aug - died at Sheffield - see newspaper report below.

1859 18 Aug - buried at St Giles church Great Longstone: Jonathan Hulley of Sheffield, aged 29 yrs.

South side nr back of church In
Memory of
William Hulley
of Ashford
who died July 26th 1865 Aged 66 years
Also of Hannah his Wife
who died May 13th 1858,Aged 64 years
And of Jonathan their son
who died Aug 16th 1859, Aged 29 years
Also of
Ann Hallam their Daughter
who died November 25th 1866 Aged 43 years
And of
Emma, Charles and Elizabeth
who died in their Infancy
Also in Memory of
George Hulley, father of the
Above-named William Hulley
who died July 10th 1859, aged 86 years

1859 19 Aug - The Manchester Guardian: DIED - On the 16th inst. at Sheffield, JONATHAN, son of Mr. W. HULLEY, of
Ashford, near Bakewell, Derbyshire.

1859 Aug 20 - Daily News Deaths -HULLEY - August 16, at Sheffield, Jonathan, son of Mr W.
Hulley, of Ashford Derbyshire.


Margeret Proctor

1835 - born - see marriage certificate below.

1857 24 Feb - married at St George's church Brook Hill, Sheffield: Jonathan Hulley 27 Bachelor Surgical Instrument
Forger West John Street - father William Hulley Butcher; Margeret Proctor 22 Spinster Cemetery Road -
father Thomas Proctor Hook Presser. Wits: Henry Proctor, Emily Capper.

1861 17 Mar - married at St Philip's church Sheffield: James Paul Full age Bachelor Scissor Smith Portland St. - father
William Paul Sawyer; Marget Hulley Full age Widow Upper Thorpe - father Thomas Proctor Hook Presser.
Wits: John Hobson Lee, Mary Ann Badgers.

1861 census
Visitor to family of Luke Palfreyman at Crane Brow Nook, Thurgoland, Sheffield:
- Margaret Paul Visitor Mar 25 born Sheffield.


212. Charles Hulley

1832 29 Jul - baptised at St Giles church Great Longstone: Charles son of William & Hannah Hulley
of Longstone Parva Butcher.

1833 11 Mar - died at Longstone Parva: Charles Hulley of Longstone Parva aged 8 mths

South side nr back of church In
Memory of
William Hulley
of Ashford
who died July 26th 1865 Aged 66 years
Also of Hannah his Wife
who died May 13th 1858,Aged 64 years
And of Jonathan their son
who died Aug 16th 1859, Aged 29 years
Also of
Ann Hallam their Daughter
who died November 25th 1866 Aged 43 years
And of
Emma, Charles and Elizabeth
who died in their Infancy
Also in Memory of
George Hulley, father of the
Above-named William Hulley
who died July 10th 1859, aged 86 years


213. Jane Hulley

1833 - born in Derbyshire - see 1841 census below. Note: no birth or baptism entry has
been found for this person. She may be named Emma Jane Hulley or Jane Emma
Hulley - the baptism entry for Emma Huley is shown in the Notes for Emma Hulley
baptised 24 Aug 1834 at Great Longstone.

1841 census
HO 107/183/1 f8r Ashford No location
W. Hully 35 Inn Keeper Y
Hannah Hully 40 Y
Ann Hully 18 Y
William Hully 16 App Y
Sarah Hully 14 Y
Mary Hully 12 Y
Jonathan Hully 11 Y
John Hully 10 Y
Jane Hully 8 Y
May Short 9 Y


214. Emma Hulley

1834 24 Aug - baptised at St Giles church Great Longstone: Emma dau of William & Hannah Hulley of Longstone Parva Butcher.

1841 census
HO 107/183/1 f8r Ashford No location
W. Hully 35 Inn Keeper Y
Hannah Hully 40 Y
Ann Hully 18 Y
William Hully 16 App Y
Sarah Hully 14 Y
Mary Hully 12 Y
Jonathan Hully 11 Y
John Hully 10 Y
Jane Hully 8 Y
May Short 9 Y

1836 07 Jun - died at Longstone Parva: Emma Hully of Longstone Parva aged 2yrs.

South side nr back of church In
Memory of
William Hulley
of Ashford
who died July 26th 1865 Aged 66 years
Also of Hannah his Wife
who died May 13th 1858,Aged 64 years
And of Jonathan their son
who died Aug 16th 1859, Aged 29 years
Also of
Ann Hallam their Daughter
who died November 25th 1866 Aged 43 years
And of
Emma, Charles and Elizabeth
who died in their Infancy
Also in Memory of
George Hulley, father of the
Above-named William Hulley
who died July 10th 1859, aged 86 years


215. Elizabeth Hulley

1836 25 Mar - baptised at St Giles church: Elizabeth dau of William & Hannah Hulley of Longstone
Parva Butcher.

1836 25 Mar - died at Longstone Parva: Elizabeth Hully of Longstone Parva Infant.

South side nr back of church In
Memory of
William Hulley
of Ashford
who died July 26th 1865 Aged 66 years
Also of Hannah his Wife
who died May 13th 1858,Aged 64 years
And of Jonathan their son
who died Aug 16th 1859, Aged 29 years
Also of
Ann Hallam their Daughter
who died November 25th 1866 Aged 43 years
And of
Emma, Charles and Elizabeth
who died in their Infancy
Also in Memory of
George Hulley, father of the
Above-named William Hulley
who died July 10th 1859, aged 86 years


112. Martha Hulley

1800 3 Apr - baptised at Great Longstone church: Martha dau. of George Hulley of Little Longstone.
This person is a daughter of George Hulley junior, not senior as the above entry implies.
George Hulley senior had a daughter Martha who was baptised in 1780. Subsequent
information from Mary Ann Gould has shown that she married George Gould in 1801
and died in 1851 a widow aged 69.

1827 24 Jun - daughter Ann baptised at Great Longstone church: Ann illeg. dau. of Martha Hulley of
Little Longstone Spinster.

1839 04 Oct - married at St Peter's church Fairfield: Joseph Fox 21 Bachelor Labourer Wormhill, Tideswell - father John
Fox Labourer; Martha X Hulley 21 Spinster Servant Fairfield - father Geo. Hulley Labourer. Wits: Emma
Mold?, Joseph Baguley.

1840 27 Nov - dau Sarah baptised at at Chapel-en-le-Frith - see Derbyshire Baptism Index 1538-1910

HO 107/184/5 f6r Chapel en le Frith Down Lee
Joseph Fox 30 Farmer Y
Martha Fox 35 do. Y
Sarah Fox 6mos Y
Ann Hully 10 F.S. Y
Sarah Belott? 73 N….? & ? Y

1843 26 Feb - son Joseph baptised at at Chapel-en-le-Frith - see Derbyshire Baptism Index 1538-1910.

1851 census
HO 107/2151 f236 Chapel en le Frith Sandy Way Head
Joseph Fox Head M 43 Innkeeper Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Martha Fox Wife M 50 Derbys Longstone
Sarah Fox Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Joseph Fox Son 10 Scholar Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hully Visitor 77 Ag. Lab, Derbys Longstone


Joseph Fox

1807 - born at Chapel-en-le-Frith - see 1851 census below.

1839 04 Oct - married at St Peter's church Fairfield: Joseph Fox 21 Bachelor Labourer Wormhill, Tideswell - father John
Fox Labourer; Martha X Hulley 21 Spinster Servant Fairfield - father Geo. Hulley Labourer. Wits: Emma
Mold?, Joseph Baguley.

1840 27 Nov - dau Sarah baptised at at Chapel-en-le-Frith - see Derbyshire Baptism Index 1538-1910

HO 107/184/5 f6r Chapel en le Frith Down Lee
Joseph Fox 30 Farmer Y
Martha Fox 35 do. Y
Sarah Fox 6mos Y
Ann Hully 10 F.S. Y
Sarah Belott? 73 N….? & ? Y

1843 26 Feb - son Joseph baptised at at Chapel-en-le-Frith - see Derbyshire Baptism Index 1538-1910.

1851 census
HO 107/2151 f236 Chapel en le Frith Sandy Way Head
Joseph Fox Head M 43 Innkeeper Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Martha Fox Wife M 50 Derbys Longstone
Sarah Fox Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Joseph Fox Son 10 Scholar Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hully Visitor 77 Ag. Lab, Derbys Longstone


216. Ann Hulley

1827 24 Jun - baptised at Great Longstone church: Ann illeg. dau. of Martha Hulley of Little Longstone Spinster.

HO 107/184/5 f6r Chapel en le Frith Down Lee
Joseph Fox 30 Farmer Y
Martha Fox 35 do. Y
Sarah Fox 6mos Y
Ann Hully 10 F.S. Y
Sarah Belott? 73 N….? & ? Y


217. Sarah Fox

1840 27 Nov - baptised at at Chapel-en-le-Frith - see Derbyshire Baptism Index 1538-1910.

1841 census
HO 107/184/5 f6r Chapel en le Frith Down Lee
Joseph Fox 30 Farmer Y
Martha Fox 35 do. Y
Sarah Fox 6mos Y
Ann Hully 10 F.S. Y
Sarah Belott? 73 N….? & ? Y


1851 census
HO 107/2151 f236 Chapel en le Frith Sandy Way Head
Joseph Fox Head M 43 Innkeeper Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Martha Fox Wife M 50 Derbys Longstone
Sarah Fox Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Joseph Fox Son 10 Scholar Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hully Visitor 77 Ag. Lab, Derbys Longstone


218. Joseph Fox

1843 26 Feb - baptised at at Chapel-en-le-Frith - see Derbyshire Baptism Index 1538-1910

1851 census
HO 107/2151 f236 Chapel en le Frith Sandy Way Head
Joseph Fox Head M 43 Innkeeper Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Martha Fox Wife M 50 Derbys Longstone
Sarah Fox Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Joseph Fox Son 10 Scholar Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hully Visitor 77 Ag. Lab, Derbys Longstone


113. John Hulley

1802 11 Jul - baptised at Great Longstone church John Hulley son of George Hulley jnr of Little Longstone.

1832 22 Sep - married at Holy Trinity church Liverpool: John Hulley of this Parish Labourer and Ann Harrison of this
Parish Spinster were married in the Church by Banns with consent of .... this Twenty Second Day of May
in the Year One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty Two
By me, John Robinson Offr Minister.
This Marriage was solemnized between us John Hulley
Ann Harrison
In the presence of William Mason
Richard Cooper

1833 9 Mar - son James Harrison born at West Derby - IGI James Harrison son of John Hulley or
Hully and Anne.

1833 14 Apr - son James Harrison baptised at St Mary the Virgin church West Derby - IGI.

1836 6 mar - daughter Mary born at West Derby Mary Hulley father John Hulley mother Ann - IGI

1836 28 Aug - daughter Mary baptised at St Mary the VIrgin church West Derby - IGI.

1839 Dec qtr - dau Ellen born at West Derby RD: Hulley Ellen West Derby 20 859 (GRO).

1839 Dec qtr - dau Ellen died at West Derby RD: Hulley Ellen West Derby 20 752 (GRO).

1841 census
HO 107/520/10 f19 West Derby Tue Brook
John Hully 35 Gardener N
Ann Hully 30 Y
Mary Hully 5 Y
Martha Warnock 15 F.S Y
Jane Leigh 10 Y
Mary Harrigan 15 Ind. Y

1851 census
HO 107/2192 f832r West Derby Tue Brook
John Hully Head M 48 Market Gardener Derbys Longstone
Ann Hully Wife M 44 Lancs West Derby
James H Hully Son U 18 Market Gardener Lancs West Derby
Mary Hully Dau 15 Lancs West Derby
John Holliwell Serv U 19 Labourer Denbighshire
Roger Jenion Lodger U 20 Gardener Lancs West Derby
Benjamin Dwerryhouse Lodger U 25 Groom Lancs West Derby
James Hume Lodger U 48 Professd. Gardner Scotland
Jonathan Hully Nephew U 21 Blacksmith Derbys Longton

1853 - Gore's Directory of Liverpool & its Environs
Hulley John, gardener, Tue brook, West Derby

1858 Jul 10 - Liverpool Mercury - Prescott Floral, Horticultural, & Poultry Show. (Incl.), amongst others
present were J. Hulley.

1861 census
RG 9/2735 f7 Liverpool Tue Brook
John Hulley Head Mar 61 Market Gardener Longston Derby
Ann Hulley Wife Mar 54 West Derby Lancs
Mary Hulley Dau Un 25 Dress Maker West Derby Lancs
James Hulley Grandson 4 West Derby Lancs

1864 - Liverpool Trades Directory
Court, W. Derby st directories - Hulley John, Tuebrook, West Derby

1864 Dec qtr - daughter Mary married at West Derby RD: Hulley Mary West Derby 8b 624.

1865 - Liverpool Trades Directory
Hulley John Market Gardener Tue Brook

1867 - Liverpool Trades Directory Hulley John Market Gardener Tue Brook E

1871 census
RG 10/3848 f74 West Derby Tue Brook
John Hulley Head M 70 Market Gardener Derbys Longstone
Ann Hulley Wife M 65 Lancs W. Derby
Mary Howard Dau M 35 Dressmaker Lancs W. Derby
Laurence Howard S-in-L M 33 Car Proprietor Lancs Ormskirk
Charlotte Wilson Asst U 25 Dressmaker's Asst. Notts North Aighton
Betsy S. Ambrose Servt U 26 General Domestic Servt Lancs Shevington

1881 census
RG 11/3712 f48 443 Mill Bank West Derby
John HULLEY Head M 78 Market Gardener Longstone, Derby
Ann HULLEY Wife M 75 West Derby, Lancs
Lawrence HOWARD S-in-L M 46 Chemist Ornskirk, Lancs
Mary HOWARD Dau M 42 West Derby, Lancs
Maggie BLACK Visitr 7 Scholar L'pool, Lancs


1881 Dec qtr - died at West Derby RD: Hulley John 80 West Derby 8b 461 (GRO).


Ann Harrison

1806 - born at West Derby, Liverpool - see 1851 census below.

1832 22 Sep - married at Holy Trinity church Liverpool: John Hulley of this Parish Labourer and Ann Harrison of this
Parish Spinster were married in the Church by Banns with consent of .... this Twenty Second Day of May
in the Year One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty Two
By me, John Robinson Offr Minister.
This Marriage was solemnized between us John Hulley
Ann Harrison
In the presence of William Mason
Richard Cooper

1833 9 Mar - son James Harrison born at West Derby - James Harrison son of John Hulley or
Hully and Anne - IGI.

1833 14 Apr - son James Harrison baptised at St Mary the Virgin church West Derby - IGI.

1836 6 mar - daughter Mary born at West Derby Mary Hulley father John Hulley mother Ann - IGI

1836 28 Aug - daughter Mary baptised at St Mary the VIrgin church West Derby - IGI.

1839 Dec qtr - dau Ellen born at West Derby RD: Hulley Ellen West Derby 20 859 (GRO).

1839 Dec qtr - dau Ellen died at West Derby RD: Hulley Ellen West Derby 20 752 (GRO).

1841 census
HO 107/520/10 f19 West Derby Tue Brook
John Hully 35 Gardener N
Ann Hully 30 Y
Mary Hully 5 Y
Martha Warnock 15 F.S Y
Jane Leigh 10 Y
Mary Harrigan 15 Ind. Y

1851 census
HO 107/2192 f832r West Derby Tue Brook
John Hully Head M 48 Market Gardener Derbys Longstone
Ann Hully Wife M 44 Lancs West Derby
James H Hully Son U 18 Market Gardener Lancs West Derby
Mary Hully Dau 15 Lancs West Derby
John Holliwell Serv U 19 Labourer Denbighshire
Roger Jenion Lodger U 20 Gardener Lancs West Derby
Benjamin Dwerryhouse Lodger U 25 Groom Lancs West Derby
James Hume Lodger U 48 Professd. Gardner Scotland
Jonathan Hully Nephew U 21 Blacksmith Derbys Longton

1861 census
RG 9/2735 f7 Liverpool Tue Brook
John Hulley Head Mar 61 Market Gardener Longston Derby
Ann Hulley Wife Mar 54 West Derby Lancs
Mary Hulley Dau Un 25 Dress Maker West Derby Lancs
James Hulley Grandson 4 West Derby Lancs

1871 census
RG 10/3848 f74 West Derby Tue Brook
John Hulley Head M 70 Market Gardener Derbys Longstone
Ann Hulley Wife M 65 Lancs W. Derby
Mary Howard Dau M 35 Dressmaker Lancs W. Derby
Laurence Howard S-in-L M 33 Car Proprietor Lancs Ormskirk
Charlotte Wilson Asst U 25 Dressmaker's Asst. Notts North Aighton
Betsy S. Ambrose Servt U 26 General Domestic Servt Lancs Shevington

1881 census
RG 11/3712 f48 443 Mill Bank West Derby
John HULLEY Head M 78 Market Gardener Longstone, Derby
Ann HULLEY Wife M 75 West Derby, Lancs
Lawrence HOWARD S-in-L M 46 Chemist Ornskirk, Lancs
Mary HOWARD Dau M 42 West Derby, Lancs
Maggie BLACK Visitr 7 Scholar L'pool, Lancs


221. Ellen Hulley

1839 Dec qtr - born at West Derby RD: Hulley Ellen West Derby 20 859 (GRO).

1839 Dec qtr - died at West Derby RD: Hulley Ellen West Derby 20 752 (GRO).


114. Joseph Hulley

1802 11 Jul - baptised at St Giles church Great Longstone: Joseph son of George Hulley (IGI).
Note: it is likely that this person is the son of George Hulley junior, although his baptism
entry in the IGI does not show this. He was baptised on the same day as John Hulley,
whose entry in the church registers confirms him to be a son of George junior.


116. Jonathan Hulley

1804 30 Dec - baptised at Great Longstone church: Jonathan son of George Hulley jnr of Little Longstone.

1831 04 Apr - married at All Saints church Bakewell:
Jonathan Hulley of Little Longstone of this Parish and Hannah Froggatt of Thornbridge of this Parish
were married in this Church by Banns with Consent of
this Fourth Day of April in the Year One thousand eight hundred and Thirty one
By me J. Coates Officiating Minister
This Marriage was solemnized between us } Jonathan Hulley
} Hannah Froggatt
in the Presence of { Emma Froggatt her x Mark
{ John Hully his x Mark

1831 8 Jun - son Henry baptised at Taddington: Henry son of Jonathan & Hannah Hulley of Taddington, Innkeeper.

1834 2 Jan - son George baptised at Taddington church: George son of Jonathan & Hannah Hulley Innkeeper

1835 Sep 16 - Derby Mercury Game lists-County of Derby. Persons who have taken out game certificates for the year
1835 (incl.) Hulley J. Dove Holes

1838 Dec qtr - ?son Herbert born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD?: Hulley Herbert Chapel-en-le-Frith 19 347 (GRO).

1838 31 Aug - son Herbert baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield: Herbert son of Jonathan & Hannah Hulley (IGI).

1841 27 Jan - son George died in accident at Doveholes - see newspaper report below.

1841 Feb 4 - Freeman’s Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser - Dreadful Accident. On Wednesday, a most awful
event took place at Doveholes, about midway between Chapel-en-le-Frith and Buxton. The day was
extremely cold, and two youths, one named Yates, about 13 years old, son of a farmer in the parish of
Chapel-en-le-Frith, and the other named Hully, about seven years of age, and son of an innkeeper and
farmer at Doveholes aforesaid, together with a man, walked on the top of a limekiln for the purpose of
warming themselves, when the stone on which they were stood, which was piled up and in the act of
being burned into lime, suddenly sunk, and the two boys were instantly closed up in the fiery vortex, far
beyond the possibility of human aid or assistance. The man with great difficulty extracted himself from
his perilous situation without sustaining any material injury; but the poor unfortunate boys were almost
consumed to ashes, before any portion of their limbs could be recovered.
(Derbyshire Chronicle). (also in Preston Chronicle Feb 13)

1841 Mar qtr - son George died at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley George Chapel-en-le-Frith 19 355 (GRO).

1841 Mar qtr - daughter Martha Froggatt born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Martha Froggat Chapel-en-le-Frith 19
440 (GRO).

1841 19 Mar - daughter Martha Froggat baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield: Martha Froggatt Hulley - father Jonathan
mother Hannah (IGI).

1841 census
HO 107/186/9 f11r Fairfield Greenfairfield Doveholes
Jonathan Hulley 30 Farmer Y
Hannah Hulley 30 Y
Henry Hulley 9 Y
Robert (sic) Hulley 2 Y
Martha Hulley 3mos Y
Thomas Proctor 15 M.S. Y
Jane Maycock 15 F.S. Y
Benjamin Vernon 20 Lime burner Y
Samuel Fox 15 Lime burner Y

1844 Jun qtr - son Jonathan George born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Jonathan George Chapel-en-le-Frith 19
453 (GRO).

1844 5 May - son John George baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield: John George Hulley - father Jonathan mother
Hannah (IGI).

1847 Mar qtr - daughter Ann born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Ann Chapel-en-le-Frith 19 467 (GRO).

1851 census
HO 107/2151 f82r Fairfield - Doveholes New Inn
Jonathan Hulley Head M 47 Innkeeper & farmer of 57 ac empl 2 1 under lab
Derbys Longstone
Hannah Hulley Wife M 43 Farmer's Wife Derbys Bubnall
Henry Hulley Son U 19 Farmer's Son Derbys Taddington
Herbert Hulley Son 12 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
Martha Hulley Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
Jonathan Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
Ann Hulley Dau 4 Derbys Fairfield
William Hulley Son 8mos Derbys Fairfield
John Holme Serv U 18 Agricultural Labourer Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Martha Fearn Serv U 16 General Servant Derbys Baslow
Charles Capper [Lodger] M 50 (Traveller) Pig Dealer Cheshire Nantwich
George Booth [Lodger] U 49 [Traveller] Cow Dealer Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Joseph Byatt Lodger U 45 Labr. On Lime burners Staffs Bradley
Francis Vernon Lodger U 45 Labr. On Lime burners Derbys Fairfield

1861 census
RG 9/2545 f58rev Fairfield Dove Holes
Jonathan Hully Head Mar 56 Inn Keeper & Farmer of 9 acres employs 1 man
Derbys Longstone
Hannah Hully Wife Mar 53 Derbys Burnell
Herbert Hully Son Un 22 Draper Derbys Fairfield
Martha Hully Dau Un 20 Farmer's Daughter Derbys Fairfield
Ann Hully Dau 14 do Derbys Fairfield
William Hully Son 10 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
John Birchington Boarder Mar 39 Lime Merchant Lancs Rochdale

1861 31 Jul - Derby Mercury, the Derbyshire Summer Assizes Trial of Prisoners -
Uttering Forged Notes. Eli Harrison, 21, Butcher, pleaded not guilty, to a charge of uttering and putting off
certain forged banknotes, with intent to defraud Jonathan Hulley, T. W. Britain, and others. Mr Boden and
Mr Manson appeared for the prosecution on part of the Bank of England; the prisoner was defended by
Mr Jessel. It appeared from Mr Gordon's opening, that on the 27th of May last, the prisoner, who is a
small farmer and drover, in the neighbourhood of Buxton, went to the house of Mr Hulley, who keeps the
Railway Inn, at Doveholes, near Buxton, and asked for refreshments, which was supplied to him by Miss
Hulley. He tended a five pound note, which she changed, and put into a drawer by itself. He was then
quite sober, but he went on drinking until he became quite fresh. About 10 o'clock he got on his horse to
go, and sent a man to get change for another five pound note, which was refused. He then went to a
house between Doveholes and Buxton, where, appearing very drunk, he was put on a sofa; wishing for
more refreshment he tended a five pound note, which after passing from hand to hand came into the
possession of Mr Britain, who detected the forgery and detained the note. Upon being apprehended, the
prisoner made several statements, among which was won to the effect that he had purchased the notes
of a man in the Bull Ring, Birmingham, and had giving him one pound each for them. Martha Hulley,
daughter of the landlord of the Railway Inn, deposed to serving the prisoner with refreshment, and to
giving him change for one note which she put into a draw by itself. She refused to give change for the
second. Prisoner was drunk when he went away, and he sent a man with a second note to be changed.
Witness was in the bar at the time, and the prisoner was on his horse at the door. Jonathan Hulley
recognized the prisoner as the man who passed the note at his house on the 27th of May. He had never
seen him before. Police-Constable Stevenson, stationed at Buxton, went to the Railway Inn on the 27th
of May and received from the last witness a five pound note, which he marked. The note produced is
the same. Samuel Yates, labourer, was walking on the 27th of May from Fairfield to Buxton, and on
passing the Railway Inn saw the prisoner Saul, lifted on to his horse. Witness walked on and the
prisoner overtook him; the prisoner was quite tipsy. Witness went with him to the Bull’s Head where he
was laid on the sofa. Witness went to Buxton and returned about 2 p.m. and found the prisoner more
sober. He called for ale and tended a five pound note, asking Mrs Mycock(the landlady) to change it.
She could not, and gave it to him again. He said he could not go unless he got it changed, and witness
went to Thomas Britain, who said he did not like the look of it. They then went back to the Inn, to get
another note to compare, but failing went to Mr Walton, butcher, who compared it with a note in his
possession and found it to be a forgery. Thomas Britain, grocer, Fairfield, said that he was applied to by
Yates for change for a Bank of England five pound note; and not liking the look of it he went with Mr
Yates to get it compared with one at Mr Walton's. It was not a good one, and I refused to part with it until
I knew more of it. The prisoner said he would take it back where he got it from, but did not seem to
have a clear recollection of where that was, and I would not give it to him. I gave it to police-Constable
Cowlishaw, and am confident that this note is the same. James Walton, butcher, police-constable
Cowlishaw, Eliza Mycock, and George Mycock gave corroborative testimony. William Tregar, inspector
of police at Buxton, went on the 28th of May to Ipstone, in the County of Stafford, to the house of the
prisoner; it is six or 7 miles from Leek. The prisoner is a married man. I got to his house between nine
and 10 o'clock, and found him in bed. He got up, and I charged him with passing the five pound note
at Hulley’s, and attempting to pass one at Mycock’s on the previous day. He said, "If they were bad
ones I took them for good ones.” I told him he must consider himself in custody, and I searched the
house. In his clothes I found five sovereigns, and in a b ox 3 more. I took a horse and rode double with
the prisoner to Leek. We had not gone far when he said, "This is a bad job. I suppose I must suffer for
all. There are two or three parties mixed up in it. I received the notes from the makers." I took him
to Leek lock-up, and the next day to Buxton with a horse and trap, in company with Superintendent
Woolaston. On the way, he said, "I have been drawn into this. For the first time in my life, I went to
Birmingham on Friday last, and near the Bull Ring, I believe, I went to a public-house, and soon
entered into conversation with some parties who were strangers to me. They asked me if I came from
the Peak, and I said I did. They then introduced the notes, which they said were good. I purchased
three for three pounds. I should have gone to Birmingham, tomorrow, and if you will go with me I will
find the parties out for you." T. Woolaston, Superintendent of the Staffordshire police, corroborated the
evidence of the last witness, and added that the prisoner said to him, "When will the old chap be
brought up," meaning his father, who was in custody on a similar charge at Leek. He said, "I should
like to clear him. He knows nothing of it. He had the note from me. I shall tell all the truth about it. I
had the notes from two men and a woman, at Birmingham. One of them asked me if I wanted to ‘buy
any money’, as I could have either ‘paper or hard stuff’. I got three notes for three sovereigns, and if I
got on pretty well I was to go next day to get more."
William Boden proved that the prisoner passed another forged note in payment for some stock at Leek.
James Cundy gave corroborative evidence. The Inspector of Notes to the Bank of England proved the
notes to be forgeries, and all from the same plate. Mr Jessell, on the part of the prisoner, contended
that it was necessary that the prisoner should be shown to have had a guilty knowledge of the badness
of the notes. He commented upon the strange simplicity shown by the prisoner in passing the notes,
which argued anything rather than guilt; and in remarking upon the evidence of the policeman said,
that he had frequently to complain, as in this case, of the way in which those men, extracted evidence
from prisoners in their charge. He concluded an eloquent address by calling a witness who gave the
prisoner a good character. His Lordship summed up the evidence with much minuteness and said
that he quite agreed with Mr Jessell, that policemen who asked questions of prisoners with a view to
extracting statements which might be used against them, were much to blame, but in this case he
considered that the police had acted properly in listening to statements which were volunteered. The
Jury found the prisoner guilty. His Lordship commented on the enormity of this offence against society,
and sentenced him to penal servitude for a term of six years.

1861 01 Aug - The above report is also in the Nottinghamshire Guardian.

1863 30 Jun - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - LOCAL INTELLIGENCE - FATAL ACCIDENT AT
DOVEHOLES, NEAR BUXTON. - FOUR LIVES LOST. -- (From our Correspondent.) -- an inquest was
held on Saturday afternoon, at the Railway Hotel, Doveholes, by Dr Bennett, of Buxton (the lately
appointed Coroner for the Hundred of the High Peak), on the bodies of two women and two children,
who lost their lives on Friday morning last, under most melancholy circumstances. The women were the
wives of "navvies" who are engaged working on the new line of railway now in course of construction
between Blackwell Dale, near Buxton, and New Mills, near Stockport, by the Midland Railway Company.
With their husbands and children, the deceased inhabited one of the limestone huts, partly constructed
underground, and covered over by a earthen clayey roof. The roof of the hut was in a dangerous and
insecure state, and on Friday morning it and it's covering, weighing many tons, came down with a most
tremendous crash, suffocating by the lime two married women (one of whom was a fine-looking healthy
young woman about 25 years of age), and two children. Every possible effort was immediately
rendered by the adjoining neighbours to extricate the unfortunate sufferers, but before they could be got
out two women and two children were found quite dead. Another child was most severely injured,
having its legs broken, and being partly blinded with the lime ashes. The Jury returned a verdict of
"Accidental death,” coupling with it a recommendation to Mr Hulley, the owner, to have the huts
constructed in a more substantial manner.

1863 04 Jul - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - FATAL ACCIDENT AT DOVEHOLES NEAR BUXTON. The
above report plus :- on Sunday, the bodies of the two women and two children, who lost their lives.
Under the above melancholy circumstances, were interred in Fairfield churchyard, in the presence of a
large crowd of people. The Rev. C. Smith, most impressively read the burial service

1863 04 Jul - Grantham Journal - FALL OF A LIME ASH HUT AT DOVE HOLES, NEAR DERBY FOUR PERSONS
KILLED AND ONE INJURED. About ten o’clock on Friday morning last, the roof of a lime ash hut, about
three tons weight, situate at Dove Holes, near Buxton, Derbyshire, fell in , and killed the following
persons, namely; Sara Beeson, aged 26 years; Ann Beeson, her daughter, aged 10; John Beeson, aged
one year and 4 months; and Ann Hampson, married woman, aged 35. An inquest was held on Saturday
last, at the house of Mr. Jonathan Hulley, the Railway Inn, Dove Holes, before Robert Bennet, Esq.,
coroner, and a respectable jury.(etc)
(Evidence of WiIIiam Hampson, husband of Ann Hampson, deceased, inc.) We then removed some
more lime ash and discovered the four dead bodies. The lump that fell on the deceased’s bodies was a
large one. I found all their eyes, ears and mouth full of lime and dust. I assisted to remove them to Mr.
Hulley’s house. I was always told it was safe to live in the hut, and Mr. Hulley jun., the owner, told me to
mind what I was about, and if the roof gave way he would let me have some timber to keep the roof up.
After the coroner had summed up, the jury returned a verdict of “Accidentally killed by a fall of a certain
lime ash hut, in Dove Hole Dale.” The jury also agreed to caution Mr. Hulley, the owner, not to have any
more huts constructed unless slated roofs were put on them.

1863 15 Sep - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - Magisterial Proceedings - BUXTON - SATURDAY. .Before E. W.
WILMOT, R. DOWLING, and J. BARROW, Esqs., and Capt. NIELD. As this was the day for the renewal of
public canvas licence licences, licences were all renewed, a few being cautioned that in case of any
attempt at any renewal of Sunday trading, of which they had been convicted, their licences would next
September be certainly cancelled. Several new applications were made, the first being that of Henry
Potts, of Doveholes, in behalf of whom Mr Ellison appeared, who stated that the present accommodation
at the new station at Doveholes was utterly inadequate to meet popular requirements, and presented a
memorial in his favour, signed by most of the respectable farmers and employers of labour in the
neighbourhood.... Mr Jonathan Hulley, of the same place, and for whom Mr Johnson appeared, also
applied for a licence.... After a protracted investigation into the merits of the respective applicants, the
Bench at length decided in favour of Mr Hulley.

1868-1869 - Register of Persons entitled to vote 1868 - 1869 Chapel-en-le-Frith Polling District Parish or Township of
Chapel-en-le-Frith - Voters as Occupiers of Rateable Value of £12, and under £50 Rental.
Ref 233: HULLEY Jonathan Chapel-en-le-Frith Occupation of land Dove holes

1871 census
RG 10/3634 f65r Fairfield Railway Hotell
Jonathan Hulley Head M 66 Farmer of 100 acres empl 1 man Longstone Derbys
Hannah Hulley Wife M 63 Derbys Baslow
Ann Hulley Dau U 24 Derbys Fairfield
William Hulley Son U 20 Farmers son Derbys Fairfield
Easop Wall Serv U 25 Servant Farm Derbys Chapel en le Frith

1874 23 Sep - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - CHAPEL-EN-LE-FRITH AGRICULTURAL SHOW Incl. Horses -
Colt or filly, draught kind: 1. J. Hulley, Dove Holes.

1877 22 Feb - died at Doveholes - see Probate index entry below.

1877 17 Jul - Probate index entry:
The Will of Jonathan Hulley late of Doveholes in the Township of Harefield in the parish of Hope in the
County of Derby Farmer who died 22 Feb 1877 at Doveholes was proved at Derby by Hannah Hulley of
Doveholes Widow the Relict Esop Herbert Hulley of Buxton in the County of Derby Tailor the Son and
Joseph Fox of Doveholes Stone Getter the Nephew the Executors. Effects under £800.


Hannah Froggatt

1807 26 Oct - baptised at Baslow: Hannah dau of Alexander & Martha Froggatt.

1831 04 Apr - married at All Saints church Bakewell:
Jonathan Hulley of Little Longstone of this Parish and Hannah Froggatt of Thornbridge of this Parish
were married in this Church by Banns with Consent of
this Fourth Day of April in the Year One thousand eight hundred and Thirty one
By me J. Coates Officiating Minister
This Marriage was solemnized between us } Jonathan Hulley
} Hannah Froggatt
in the Presence of { Emma Froggatt her x Mark
{ John Hully his x Mark

1831 8 Jun - son Henry baptised at Taddington: Henry son of Jonathan & Hannah Hulley of Taddington, Innkeeper.

1834 2 Jan - son George baptised at Taddington church: George son of Jonathan & Hannah Hulley Innkeeper

1838 Dec qtr - ?son Herbert born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD?: Hulley Herbert Chapel-en-le-Frith 19 347 (GRO).

1838 31 Aug - son Herbert baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield: Herbert son of Jonathan & Hannah Hulley (IGI).

1841 27 Jan - son George died in accident at Doveholes - see newspaper report below.

1841 Feb 4 - Freeman’s Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser - Dreadful Accident. On Wednesday, a most awful
event took place at Doveholes, about midway between Chapel-en-le-Frith and Buxton. The day was
extremely cold, and two youths, one named Yates, about 13 years old, son of a farmer in the parish of
Chapel-en-le-Frith, and the other named Hully, about seven years of age, and son of an innkeeper and
farmer at Doveholes aforesaid, together with a man, walked on the top of a limekiln for the purpose of
warming themselves, when the stone on which they were stood, which was piled up and in the act of
being burned into lime, suddenly sunk, and the two boys were instantly closed up in the fiery vortex, far
beyond the possibility of human aid or assistance. The man with great difficulty extracted himself from
his perilous situation without sustaining any material injury; but the poor unfortunate boys were almost
consumed to ashes, before any portion of their limbs could be recovered.
(Derbyshire Chronicle). (also in Preston Chronicle Feb 13)

1841 Mar qtr - son George died at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley George Chapel-en-le-Frith 19 355 (GRO).

1841 Mar qtr - daughter Martha Froggatt born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Martha Froggat Chapel-en-le-Frith 19
440 (GRO).

1841 19 Mar - daughter Martha Froggat baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield: Martha Froggatt Hulley - father Jonathan
mother Hannah (IGI).

1841 census
HO 107/186/9 f11r Fairfield Greenfairfield Doveholes
Jonathan Hulley 30 Farmer Y
Hannah Hulley 30 Y
Henry Hulley 9 Y
Robert (sic) Hulley 2 Y
Martha Hulley 3mos Y
Thomas Proctor 15 M.S. Y
Jane Maycock 15 F.S. Y
Benjamin Vernon 20 Lime burner Y
Samuel Fox 15 Lime burner Y

1844 Jun qtr - son Jonathan George born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Jonathan George Chapel-en-le-Frith 19
453 (GRO).

1844 5 May - son John George baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield: John George Hulley - father Jonathan mother
Hannah (IGI).

1847 Mar qtr - daughter Ann born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Ann Chapel-en-le-Frith 19 467 (GRO).

1851 census
HO 107/2151 f82r Fairfield - Doveholes New Inn
Jonathan Hulley Head M 47 Innkeeper & farmer of 57 ac empl 2 1 under lab
Derbys Longstone
Hannah Hulley Wife M 43 Farmer's Wife Derbys Bubnall
Henry Hulley Son U 19 Farmer's Son Derbys Taddington
Herbert Hulley Son 12 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
Martha Hulley Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
Jonathan Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
Ann Hulley Dau 4 Derbys Fairfield
William Hulley Son 8mos Derbys Fairfield
John Holme Serv U 18 Agricultural Labourer Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Martha Fearn Serv U 16 General Servant Derbys Baslow
Charles Capper [Lodger] M 50 (Traveller) Pig Dealer Cheshire Nantwich
George Booth [Lodger] U 49 [Traveller] Cow Dealer Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Joseph Byatt Lodger U 45 Labr. On Lime burners Staffs Bradley
Francis Vernon Lodger U 45 Labr. On Lime burners Derbys Fairfield

1861 census
RG 9/2545 f58rev Fairfield Dove Holes
Jonathan Hully Head Mar 56 Inn Keeper & Farmer of 9 acres employs 1 man
Derbys Longstone
Hannah Hully Wife Mar 53 Derbys Burnell
Herbert Hully Son Un 22 Draper Derbys Fairfield
Martha Hully Dau Un 20 Farmer's Daughter Derbys Fairfield
Ann Hully Dau 14 do Derbys Fairfield
William Hully Son 10 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
John Birchington Boarder Mar 39 Lime Merchant Lancs Rochdale

1877 22 Feb - husband died at Doveholes - see Probate index entry below.

1877 17 Jul - Probate index entry:
The Will of Jonathan Hulley late of Doveholes in the Township of Harefield in the parish of Hope in the
County of Derby Farmer who died 22 Feb 1877 at Doveholes was proved at Derby by Hannah Hulley of
Doveholes Widow the Relict Esop Herbert Hulley of Buxton in the County of Derby Tailor the Son and
Joseph Fox of Doveholes Stone Getter the Nephew the Executors. Effects under £800.


224. George Hulley

1834 2 Jan - baptised at Taddington church: George son of Jonathan & Hannah Hulley Innkeeper.

1841 Mar qtr - died at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley George Chapel-en-le-Frith 19 355 (GRO).

1841 27 Jan - died in accident at Doveholes -see newspaper report below.

1841 30 Jan - The Manchester Guardian: SHOCKING CATASTROPHE - Account of accident at Doveholes to 7 year old
son of Mr Hulley who keeps the New Inn at Doveholes.

1841 04 Feb - Freeman’s Journal and Daily Commercial Advertiser - Dreadful Accident. On Wednesday, a most awful
event took place at Doveholes, about midway between Chapel-en-le-Frith and Buxton. The day was
extremely cold, and two youths, one named Yates, about 13 years old, son of a farmer in the parish of
Chapel-en-le-Frith, and the other named Hully, about seven years of age, and son of an innkeeper and
farmer at Doveholes aforesaid, together with a man, walked on the top of a limekiln for the purpose of
warming themselves, when the stone on which they were stood, which was piled up and in the act of
being burned into lime, suddenly sunk, and the two boys were instantly closed up in the fiery vortex, far
beyond the possibility of human aid or assistance. The man with great difficulty extracted himself from
his perilous situation without sustaining any material injury; but the poor unfortunate boys were almost
consumed to ashes, before any portion of their limbs could be recovered.

1841 05 Feb - Chester Chronicle - SHOCKING CATASTROPHE. On the afternoon of Wednesday se'night, the small
village of Dove Holes, situate about midway between Buxton and Chapel-en-le-Frith, was in a moment
thrown in to indescribable distress, on account of two boys having sunk into the burning lime kiln at that
place. It appears that the two boys had gone to the kiln to make some play time, as was usual for boys
about there to do, it being the hour that most of the hands employed were gone to dinner, there being but
one or two men attendant at the kiln, who at that time were at their employment. The younger of the
unfortunate sufferers, aged seven years, was the child of Mr. Hulley, who keeps the New Inn, at the
village, and the elder, whose name was Yates, fourteen years of age, and whose friends also were
publicans of that place. The lads not content with amusing themselves about the kiln, proceeded to
walk on or across the middle, but on approaching the centre, the burning materials gave way, and sunk to
a depth of several feet, taking the boys along therewith.
Their awful situation being immediately observed by the men at work, an alarm was given, and prompt
assistance rendered. Yates, the elder boy, was soon got out, he was much burned, but apparently died
of suffocation. Hulley, the younger, however, who had sunk much lower, was covered in the burning
lime, and some time elapsed before he could be found. He was burned in a dreadful state, and the body
would have been wholly consumed in a very short period, had he not been brought out. Both arms and
one leg were burned off, and left in the kiln.
The man who went down to the release of the unhappy beings and remove the burning materials, had
great difficulty to avoid falling a prey to suffocation. It is a regular practice with men employed at lime
kilns to walk about on the top and over; to proceed with a barrowful of stone or coal even to the centre
where the kiln requires filling up; but the stability of the sublayers is calculated upon the quantity of the
lime which had been taken out of the bottom of the kiln in a given time. This unexampled falling in of
the kin which had occasioned the loss of two lives, is accounted for by the thaw which took place the
previous Saturday and the following day, and which with the melted snow had caused a considerable
quantity of water to get into the kiln, whereby much of the lime round the sides had become slacked as it
were, and much reduced in bulk, whilst the super layers of burning stone and coals had not sufficiently
settled to make up the usual firmness and solidity, until the unfortunate moment alluded to. Nor does it
appear that the workmen were apprised of any danger likely to happen in consequence. The kiln in
question is near the turnpike road, but on the contrary side of the village, and has not been long worked,
being nearly new.
An inquest was taken upon the case before the Coroner of the district, on Friday last, when the evidence
was heard, and the men who were employed, were admonished to be careful about letting experienced
boys endangering their lives about the works. The jury returned their verdict accordingly.
(Derbyshire Chronicle). (also in Preston Chronicle Feb 13)


226. Martha Froggat Hulley

1841 Mar qtr - born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Martha Froggat Chapel-en-le-Frith 19 440 (GRO).

1841 19 Mar - baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield: Martha Froggatt Hulley - father Jonathan mother
Hannah (IGI).

1851 census
HO 107/2151 f82r Fairfield - Doveholes New Inn
Jonathan Hulley Head M 47 Innkeeper & farmer of 57 ac empl 2 1 under lab
Derbys Longstone
Hannah Hulley Wife M 43 Farmer's Wife Derbys Bubnall
Henry Hulley Son U 19 Farmer's Son Derbys Taddington
Herbert Hulley Son 12 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
Martha Hulley Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
Jonathan Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
Ann Hulley Dau 4 Derbys Fairfield
William Hulley Son 8mos Derbys Fairfield
John Holme Serv U 18 Agricultural Labourer Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Martha Fearn Serv U 16 General Servant Derbys Baslow
Charles Capper [Lodger] M 50 (Traveller) Pig Dealer Cheshire Nantwich
George Booth [Lodger] U 49 [Traveller] Cow Dealer Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Joseph Byatt Lodger U 45 Labr. On Lime burners Staffs Bradley
Francis Vernon Lodger U 45 Labr. On Lime burners Derbys Fairfield

1861 census
RG 9/2545 f58rev Fairfield Dove Holes
Jonathan Hully Head Mar 56 Inn Keeper & Farmer of 9 acres employs 1 man
Derbys Longstone
Hannah Hully Wife Mar 53 Derbys Burnell
Herbert Hully Son Un 22 Draper Derbys Fairfield
Martha Hully Dau Un 20 Farmer's Daughter Derbys Fairfield
Ann Hully Dau 14 do Derbys Fairfield
William Hully Son 10 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
John Birchington Boarder Mar 39 Lime Merchant Lancs Rochdale

1861 31 Jul - Derby Mercury, the Derbyshire Summer Assizes Trial of Prisoners - Uttering Forged Notes. Eli Harrison,
21, Butcher, pleaded not guilty, to a charge of uttering and putting off certain forged banknotes, with
intent to defraud Jonathan Hulley, T. W. Britain, and others. Mr Boden and Mr Manson appeared for the
prosecution on part of the Bank of England; the prisoner was defended by Mr Jessel. It appeared from
Mr Gordon's opening, that on the 27th of May last, the prisoner, who is a small farmer and drover, in the
neighbourhood of Buxton, went to the house of Mr Hulley, who keeps the Railway Inn, at Doveholes,
near Buxton, and asked for refreshments, which was supplied to him by Miss Hulley. He tended a five
pound note, which she changed, and put into a drawer by itself. He was then quite sober, but he went on
drinking until he became quite fresh. About 10 o'clock he got on his horse to go, and sent a man to get
change for another five pound note, which was refused. He then went to a house between Doveholes
and Buxton, where, appearing very drunk, he was put on a sofa; wishing for more refreshment he tended
a five pound note, which after passing from hand to hand came into the possession of Mr Britain, who
detected the forgery and detained the note. Upon being apprehended, the prisoner made several
statements, among which was won to the effect that he had purchased the notes of a man in the Bull
Ring, Birmingham, and had giving him one pound each for them. Martha Hulley, daughter of the
landlord of the Railway Inn, deposed to serving the prisoner with refreshment, and to giving him
change for one note which she put into a draw by itself. She refused to give change for the second.
Prisoner was drunk when he went away, and he sent a man with a second note to be changed.
Witness was in the bar at the time, and the prisoner was on his horse at the door. Jonathan Hulley
recognized the prisoner as the man who passed the note at his house on the 27th of May. He had
never seen him before. Police-Constable
Stevenson, stationed at Buxton, went to the Railway Inn on the 27th of May and received from the last
witness a five pound note, which he marked. The note produced is the same. Samuel Yates, labourer,
was walking on the 27th of May from Fairfield to Buxton, and on passing the Railway Inn saw the
prisoner Saul, lifted on to his horse. Witness walked on and the prisoner overtook him; the prisoner was
quite tipsy. Witness went with him to the Bull’s Head where he was laid on the sofa. Witness went to
Buxton and returned about 2 p.m. and found the prisoner more sober. He called for ale and tended a
five pound note, asking Mrs Mycock(the landlady) to change it. She could not, and gave it to him again.
He said he could not go unless he got it changed, and witness went to Thomas Britain, who said he did
not like the look of it. They then went back to the Inn, to get another note to compare, but failing went to
Mr Walton, butcher, who compared it with a note in his possession and found it to be a forgery. Thomas
Britain, grocer, Fairfield, said that he was applied to by Yates for change for a Bank of England five pound
note; and not liking the look of it he went with Mr Yates to get it compared with one at Mr Walton's. It was
not a good one, and I refused to part with it until I knew more of it. The prisoner said he would take it
back where he got it from, but did not seem to have a clear recollection of where that was, and I would
not give it to him. I gave it to police-Constable Cowlishaw, and am confident that this note is the same.
James Walton, butcher, police-constable Cowlishaw, Eliza Mycock, and George Mycock gave
corroborative testimony. William Tregar, inspector of police at Buxton, went on the 28th of May to
Ipstone, in the County of Stafford, to the house of the prisoner; it is six or 7 miles from Leek. The
prisoner is a married man. I got to his house between nine and 10 o'clock, and found him in bed. He
got up, and I charged him with passing the five pound note at Hulley’s, and attempting to pass one at
Mycock’s on the previous day. He said, "If they were bad ones I took them for good ones.” I told him he
must consider himself in custody, and I searched the house. In his clothes I found five sovereigns, and
in a box 3 more. I took a horse and rode double with the prisoner to Leek. We had not gone far when
he said, "This is a bad job. I suppose I must suffer for all. There are two or three parties mixed up in it.
I received the notes from the makers." I took him to Leek lock-up, and the next day to Buxton with a
horse and trap, in company with Superintendent Woolaston. On the way, he said, "I have been drawn
into this. For the first time in my life, I went to Birmingham on Friday last, and near the Bull Ring,
I believe, I went to a public-house, and soon entered into conversation with some parties who were
strangers to me. They asked me if I came from the Peak, and I said I did. They then introduced the notes,
which they said were good. I purchased three for three pounds. I should have gone to Birmingham,
tomorrow, and if you will go with me I will find the parties out for you." T. Woolaston, Superintendent of
the Staffordshire police, corroborated the evidence of the last witness, and added that the prisoner said
to him, "When will the old chap be brought up," meaning his father, who was in custody on a similar
charge at Leek. He said, "I should like to clear him. He knows nothing of it. He had the note from me. I
shall tell all the truth about it. I had the notes from two men and a woman, at Birmingham. One of them
asked me if I wanted to ‘buy any money’, as I could have either ‘paper or hard stuff’. I got three notes for
three sovereigns, and if I got on pretty well I was to go next day to get more."
William Boden proved that the prisoner passed another forged note in payment for some stock at Leek.
James Cundy gave corroborative evidence. The Inspector of Notes to the Bank of England proved the
notes to be forgeries, and all from the same plate. Mr Jessell, on the part of the prisoner, contended that
it was necessary that the prisoner should be shown to have had a guilty knowledge of the badness of the
notes. He commented upon the strange simplicity shown by the prisoner in passing the notes, which
argued anything rather than guilt; and in remarking upon the evidence of the policeman said, that he
had frequently to complain, as in this case, of the way in which those men, extracted evidence from
prisoners in their charge. He concluded an eloquent address by calling a witness who gave the
prisoner a good character. His Lordship summed up the evidence with much minuteness and said
that he quite agreed with Mr Jessell, that policemen who asked questions of prisoners with a view to
extracting statements which might be used against them, were much to blame, but in this case he
considered that the police had acted properly in listening to statements which were volunteered. The
Jury found the prisoner guilty. His Lordship commented on the enormity of this offence against society,
and sentenced him to penal servitude for a term of six years.

1861 01 Aug - The above report is also in the Nottinghamshire Guardian.

1870 Sep qtr - married at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Martha Froggatt Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 903 (GRO).

1870 24 Aug - MARRIAGE ALLEGATION
AT Fairfield the twenty fourth day of August 1870, before the Reverend Charles Smith Clerk master of
Arts
Appeared Personally John Morten of Chapel-en-le-frith in the Parish of
in the County of Derby and Diocese of Lichfield A Farmer, a Bachelor of the full age of twenty one years and upwards
and prayed a Licence for the Solemnization of Matrimony in the Parish Church of Fairfield in the
County of Derby and Diocese of Lichfield between him and Martha Froggat Hulley in the Parish of
of Fairfield in the County of Derby and Diocese of Lichfield A Spinster of the full age of twenty one
years and upwards
and made Oath that he believeth that there is no Impediment of Kindred or Alliance or of any other
lawful Cause, nor any Suit commenced in any Ecclesiastical Court, to bar or hinder the proceeding of
the said Matrimony, according to the tenor of such Licence: And he further made Oath that she the said
Martha Froggat Hulley hath had her usual place of abode within the said Parish of Fairfield for the
space of fifteen Days last past
signed John Morten
Sworn before me, Charles Smith Surrogate

1870 31 Aug - married at St Peter's church Fairfield: John Morten 24 Bachelor Farmer Chapel-en-le-Frith - father
Ralph Morten Farmer; Martha Froggatt Hulley 29 Spinster Fairfield - father Jonathan Hulley Farmer.
Wits: Joseph Fox, Ann Hulley.

1870 02 Sep - Extract from Owen Manuscripts held at Stockport LS Library:
Ref 2/47: 1870 Sep 2 On the 31st Ult at Fairfield churchJohn eldest surving Son of the late Ralph Morten
of Halliday Hill, Offerton to Martha Froggat Hulley of Queens Hotel, Doveholes.

1871 census
RG 10/3634 f65 Fairfield Queens Hotel
John Mortain Head M 24 Publican Farmer of 11 acres Cheshire
Martha Froggatt Mortain Wife M 29 Derbys Dove Holes
Mary Hannah Hulley Niece U 11 Scholar Derbys Dove Holes
Martha Froggatt Cousin U 18 Servant Derbys Dove Holes


John Morten

born in Cheshire

1870 24 Aug - MARRIAGE ALLEGATION
AT Fairfield the twenty fourth day of August 1870, before the Reverend Charles Smith Clerk master of
Arts
Appeared Personally John Morten of Chapel-en-le-frith in the Parish of
in the County of Derby and Diocese of Lichfield A Farmer, a Bachelor of the full age of twenty one years and upwards
and prayed a Licence for the Solemnization of Matrimony in the Parish Church of Fairfield in the
County of Derby and Diocese of Lichfield between him and Martha Froggat Hulley in the Parish of
of Fairfield in the County of Derby and Diocese of Lichfield A Spinster of the full age of twenty one
years and upwards
and made Oath that he believeth that there is no Impediment of Kindred or Alliance or of any other
lawful Cause, nor any Suit commenced in nay Ecclesiastical Court, to bar or hinder the proceeding of
the said Matrimony, according to the tenor of such Licence: And he further made Oath that she the said
Martha Froggat Hulley hath had her usual place of abode within the said Parish of Fairfield for the
space of fifteen Days last past
signed John Morten
Sworn before me, Charles Smith Surrogate

1870 31 Aug - married at St Peter's church Fairfield: John Morten 24 Bachelor Farmer Chapel-en-le-Frith - father
Ralph Morten Farmer; Martha Froggatt Hulley 29 Spinster Fairfield - father Jonathan Hulley Farmer.
Wits: Joseph Fox, Ann Hulley.
1871 census
RG 10/3634 f65 Fairfield Queens Hotell
John Mortain Head M 24 Publican Farmer of 11 acres Cheshire
Martha Froggatt Mortain Wife M 29 Derbys Dove Holes
Mary Hannah Hulley Niece U 11 Scholar Derbys Dove Holes
Martha Froggatt Cousin U 18 Servant Derbys Dove Holes


228. Ann Hulley

1847 Mar qtr - born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Ann Chapel-en-le-Frith 19 467 (GRO).

1847 28 Feb - baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield: Ann Hulley - father Jonathan mother Hannah (IGI)

1851 census
HO 107/2151 f82r Fairfield - Doveholes New Inn
Jonathan Hulley Head M 47 Innkeeper & farmer of 57 ac empl 2 1 under lab
Derbys Longstone
Hannah Hulley Wife M 43 Farmer's Wife Derbys Bubnall
Henry Hulley Son U 19 Farmer's Son Derbys Taddington
Herbert Hulley Son 12 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
Martha Hulley Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
Jonathan Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
Ann Hulley Dau 4 Derbys Fairfield
William Hulley Son 8mos Derbys Fairfield
John Holme Serv U 18 Agricultural Labourer Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Martha Fearn Serv U 16 General Servant Derbys Baslow
Charles Capper [Lodger] M 50 (Traveller) Pig Dealer Cheshire Nantwich
George Booth [Lodger] U 49 [Traveller] Cow Dealer Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Joseph Byatt Lodger U 45 Labr. On Lime burners Staffs Bradley
Francis Vernon Lodger U 45 Labr. On Lime burners Derbys Fairfield

1861 census
RG 9/2545 f58rev Fairfield Dove Holes
Jonathan Hully Head Mar 56 Inn Keeper & Farmer of 9 acres employs 1 man
Derbys Longstone
Hannah Hully Wife Mar 53 Derbys Burnell
Herbert Hully Son Un 22 Draper Derbys Fairfield
Martha Hully Dau Un 20 Farmer's Daughter Derbys Fairfield
Ann Hully Dau 14 do Derbys Fairfield
William Hully Son 10 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
John Birchington Boarder Mar 39 Lime Merchant Lancs Rochdale

1870 31 Aug - Witness to Sister Martha Froggatt Hulley's marriage to John Morton

1871 census
RG 10/3634 f65r Fairfield Railway Hotell
Jonathan Hulley Head M 66 Farmer of 100 acres empl 1 man Longstone Derbys
Hannah Hulley Wife M 63 Derbys Baslow
Ann Hulley Dau U 24 Derbys Fairfield
William Hulley Son U 20 Farmers son Derbys Fairfield
Easop Wall Serv U 25 Servant Farm Derbys Chapel en le Frith

1877 Sep qtr - married at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Ann Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 996 (GRO).

1877 17 Sep - married at St John the Baptist & St Ann's church Fairfield: Joseph Dranfield 25 Bachelor Railway Clerk
Dove Holes Fairfield - father George Dranfield (deceased) Farmer; Ann Hulley 30 Spinster Dove Holes
Fairfield father - Jonathan Hulley (deceased) Publican. Wits. William Hulley, Martha Randel.


Joseph Dranfield

1877 17 Sep - married at St John the Baptist & St Ann's church Fairfield: Joseph Dranfield 25 Bachelor Railway Clerk
Dove Holes Fairfield - father George Dranfield (deceased) Farmer; Ann Hulley 30 Spinster Dove Holes
Fairfield father - Jonathan Hulley (deceased) Publican. Wits. William Hulley, Martha Randel.


229. William Hulley

1850 Sep qtr - born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley William Chapel-en-le-Frith 19 483 (GRO).

1850 4 Aug - baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield: William Hulley - father Jonathan mother Hannah (IGI).

1851 census
HO 107/2151 f82r Fairfield - Doveholes New Inn
Jonathan Hulley Head M 47 Innkeeper & farmer of 57 ac empl 2 1 under lab Derbys Longstone
Hannah Hulley Wife M 43 Farmer's Wife Derbys Bubnall
Henry Hulley Son U 19 Farmer's Son Derbys Taddington
Herbert Hulley Son 12 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
Martha Hulley Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
Jonathan Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
Ann Hulley Dau 4 Derbys Fairfield
William Hulley Son 8mos Derbys Fairfield
John Holme Serv U 18 Agricultural Labourer Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Martha Fearn Serv U 16 General Servant Derbys Baslow
Charles Capper [Lodger] M 50 (Traveller) Pig Dealer Cheshire Nantwich
George Booth [Lodger] U 49 [Traveller] Cow Dealer Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Joseph Byatt Lodger U 45 Labr. On Lime burners Staffs Bradley
Francis Vernon Lodger U 45 Labr. On Lime burners Derbys Fairfield

1861 census
RG 9/2545 f58rev Fairfield Dove Holes
Jonathan Hully Head Mar 56 Inn Keeper & Farmer of 9 acres employs 1 man Derbys Longstone
Hannah Hully Wife Mar 53 Derbys Burnell
Herbert Hully Son Un 22 Draper Derbys Fairfield
Martha Hully Dau Un 20 Farmer's Daughter Derbys Fairfield
Ann Hully Dau 14 do Derbys Fairfield
William Hully Son 10 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
John Birchington Boarder Mar 39 Lime Merchant Lancs Rochdale

1871 census
RG 10/3634 f65r Fairfield Railway Hotell
Jonathan Hulley Head M 66 Farmer of 100 acres empl 1 man Longstone Derbys
Hannah Hulley Wife M 63 Derbys Baslow
Ann Hulley Dau U 24 Derbys Fairfield
William Hulley Son U 20 Farmers son Derbys Fairfield
Easop Wall Serv U 25 Servant Farm Derbys Chapel en le Frith

1877 Jun qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley William Bakewell 7b 1059 (GRO).

1877 02 Apr - MARRIAGE ALLEGATION AT Hope the 2nd day of April 1877, before the Reverend Henry Buckston
Clerk Surrogate &c., Appeared Personally William Hulley, a Bachelor, Farmer of Dove Holes in the
Parish of Fairfield in the County of Derby and Diocese of Lichfield of the full age of Twenty six years and
upwards and prayed a Licence for the Solemnization of Matrimony in the Parish Church of Hathersage
in the County of Derby and Diocese of Lichfield between him and Martha Froggat a Spinster in the Parish
of Hathersage in the County of Derby and Diocese of Lichfield of the full age of Twenty five years and
upwards and made Oath that he believeth that there is no Impediment of Kindred or Alliance or of any
other lawful Cause, nor any Suit commenced in nay Ecclesiastical Court, to bar or hinder the proceeding
of the said Matrimony, according to the tenor of such Licence: And he further made Oath that she the said
Martha Froggat hath had her usual place of abode within the said Parish of Hathersage for the space
of fifteen Days last past

(signed) William Hulley
Sworn before me, Henry Buckston Surrogate

1877 11 Apr - married at St Michael and All Angels church Hathersage: William Hulley 27 Bachelor Farmer Dove-
holes - father Jonathan Hulley Farmer; Martha Froggatt 25 Spinster Hathersage - father Richard Froggatt
Inn-keeper. Wits: George Froggatt, Anne Crookes.

1877 17 Sep - Witness to sister Ann Hulley's marriage to Joseph Dranfield at Fairfield

1881 census
RG 11/3455 f. 76 Queens Arms Fairfield, Derby
William HULLEY Head M 30 Farmer 17 Acres & Publican Doveholes, Derby
Martha HULLEY Wife M 29 Hathersage, Derby
Hannah OLDFIELD Serv U 15 General Serv Doveholes, Derby

1884 02 Jun - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - LICENSING BUSINESS AT BUXTON
Mr. Hulley of Dove Holes, Fairfield, applied for an extension for Monday and Wednesday nights, on
account of club meeting on those evenings. An extension was granted until 11 p.m.

1885 13 Jul - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - DISTRICT NEWS - BUXTON PETTY SESSIONS - AN ENEMY
TO HIMSELF - Wm. Hulley, landlord of the Queen’s Hotel, Dove Holes, was summoned for being drunk
and disorderly on his own premises on the 29th ult. Defendant pleaded not guilty but was convicted and
fined 10s. and the costs.

1890 Oct 1 - Derby Mercury - Property Sales in North Derbyshire. On Wednesday evening, Mr T. W. Brittain offered for
sale, at Queens Hotel, Dove Holes, some valuable property (incl.) three freehold cottages, blacksmiths
shop, and joiner’s shop were sold for £500 to Mr W. Hulley.
1891 census
RG 12/2779 f76 Fairfield Dove Holes
William Hulley Head M 40 General Laborer Derbys Dove Holes
Martha Hulley Wife M 38 Derbys Hathersage
Mary Hulley Head W 64 Derbys Wormhill
George Hulley Son S 35 Limestone Getter Derbys Fairfield
Martha Ann Cookson Dau M 24 Derbys Fairfield
Joseph Cookson Son in L M 29 Stone Mason Cheshire Tarporley
Arthur Cookson Grandson 5mos Derbys Buxton

1901 census
RG 13/3269 f35 Fairfield Dove Holes Dale
William Hully Head M 50 Labourer Brick Works Dove Holes Derbys
Martha Hully Wife M 49 Hathersage Derbys

1911 census
Chapel en le Frith RD 440; Buxton SRD ED 3 Piece 21235 Dove Holes Dale Buxton.
William Hulley Head 60 M Labourer Asphalter Dove Holes Derbys
Marther Hulley Wife 59 M 34 yrs None Hatherage Derbys

1911 6 Apr - died at the Infirmary Manchester - see Will index below.

1911 11 Apr - The Manchester Guardian: AN ACCIDENT IN DERBYSHIRE. - An inquest was held in Manchester
yesterday on William. Hulley, aged 60 years, of Dove Holes Dale, near Buxton. He was a labourer at
some asphalting works at Dove Holes Dale. On April 4. he was helping his foreman to run waggons
into a shed at the works. Near by, on the decline, was a waggon, which the foreman said he had
“scotched,” but soon .afterwards this bumped into another waggon lower down the line. He saw Hulley
standing in the footway holding his arm which he said the waggon had caught and injured. He was
brought to Manchester Royal Infirmary, where he died.
The foreman said he was certain the waggon was “scotched” when he left it. The jury, in returning a
verdict of accidental death, thought the pin which held the brake on the waggon was not properly
secured.

1912 - Will index entry: Hulley William of Dove Dales Derbyshire died 6 April 1911 at the Infirmary Manchester
Probate London 8 January to Francis Herbert Aloysius Hulley tailor Effects £288 2s.


Martha Froggatt

1852 - born at Hathersage Derbyshire - see 1891 census below.

1877 02 Apr - MARRIAGE ALLEGATION AT Hope the 2nd day of April 1877, before the Reverend Henry Buckston
Clerk Surrogate &c., Appeared Personally William Hulley, a Bachelor, Farmer of Dove Holes in the
Parish of Fairfield in the County of Derby and Diocese of Lichfield of the full age of Twenty six years and
upwards and prayed a Licence for the Solemnization of Matrimony in the Parish Church of Hathersage
in the County of Derby and Diocese of Lichfield between him and Martha Froggat a Spinster in the Parish
of Hathersage in the County of Derby and Diocese of Lichfield of the full age of Twenty five years and
upwards and made Oath that he believeth that there is no Impediment of Kindred or Alliance or of any
other lawful Cause, nor any Suit commenced in nay Ecclesiastical Court, to bar or hinder the proceeding
of the said Matrimony, according to the tenor of such Licence: And he further made Oath that she the said
Martha Froggat hath had her usual place of abode within the said Parish of Hathersage for the space
of fifteen Days last past

(signed) William Hulley
Sworn before me, Henry Buckston Surrogate

1877 Jun qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley William Bakewell 7b 1059 (GRO).

1877 11 Apr - married at St Michael and All Angels church Hathersage: William Hulley 27 Bachelor Farmer Dove-
holes - father Jonathan Hulley Farmer; Martha Froggatt 25 Spinster Hathersage - father Richard Froggatt
Inn-keeper. Wits: George Froggatt, Anne Crookes.

1881 census
RG 11/3455 f. 76 Queens Arms Fairfield, Derby
William HULLEY Head M 30 Farmer 17 Acres & Publican Doveholes, Derby
Martha HULLEY Wife M 29 Hathersage, Derby
Hannah OLDFIELD Serv U 15 General Serv Doveholes, Derby
1891 census
RG 12/2779 f76 Fairfield Dove Holes
William Hulley Head M 40 General Laborer Derbys Dove Holes
Martha Hulley Wife M 38 Derbys Hathersage
Mary Hulley Head W 64 Derbys Wormhill
George Hulley Son S 35 Limestone Getter Derbys Fairfield
Martha Ann Cookson Dau M 24 Derbys Fairfield
Joseph Cookson Son in L M 29 Stone Mason Cheshire Tarporley
Arthur Cookson Grandson 5mos Derbys Buxton

1901 census
RG 13/3269 f35 Fairfield Dove Holes Dale
William Hully Head M 50 Labourer Brick Works Dove Holes Derbys
Martha Hully Wife M 49 Hathersage Derbys

1911 census
Chapel en le Frith RD 440; Buxton SRD ED 3 Piece 21235 Dove Holes Dale Buxton.
William Hulley Head 60 M Labourer Asphalter Dove Holes Derbys
Marther Hulley Wife 59 M 34 yrs None Hatherage Derbys

1911 06 Apr - husband died at the Infirmary Manchester - see Will index below.

1911 11 Apr - The Manchester Guardian: AN ACCIDENT IN DERBYSHIRE. - An inquest was held in Manchester
yesterday on William. Hulley, aged 60 years, of Dove Holes Dale, near Buxton. He was a labourer at
some asphalting works at Dove Holes Dale. On April 4. he was helping his foreman to run waggons
into a shed at the works. Near by, on the decline, was a waggon, which the foreman said he had
“scotched,” but soon .afterwards this bumped into another waggon lower down the line. He saw Hulley
standing in the footway holding his arm which he said the waggon had caught and injured. He was
brought to Manchester Royal Infirmary, where he died.
The foreman said he was certain the waggon was “scotched” when he left it. The jury, in returning a
verdict of accidental death, thought the pin which held the brake on the waggon was not properly
secured.

1912 - Will index entry: Hulley William of Dove Dales Derbyshire died 6 April 1911 at the Infirmary Manchester
Probate London 8 January to Francis Herbert Aloysius Hulley tailor Effects £288 2s.


118. Bridget Hulley

1808 24 Jul - baptised at Great Longstone church: Bridget dau. of George Hulley jnr of Little Longstone.

1833 16 Feb - Sheffield Independent, and Yorkshire and Derbyshire Advertiser Marriage - on the same
day (Monday) Mr. Thomas Randal, to Miss Bridget Hulley.

1837 - dau Sarah born at Derbyshire - see 1841 census below

1849 - dau Dorothy born at Derbyshire - see 1841 census below

1840 - dau Ann born at Derbyshire - see 1841 census below

1841 census
HO 107/183/17 f5 Little Longstone
Thomas Randel 32 Labourer Y
Bridget Randel 32 Y
Sarah Randel 4 Y
Dorothy Randel 2 Y
Ann Randel 7 mos Y
George Hully 65 Labourer Y
Elizabeth Walker 19 Weaver Y


Thomas Randal

1810 - born at Baslow - see 1851 census

1833 16 Feb - Sheffield Independent, and Yorkshire and Derbyshire Advertiser Marriage - on the same
day (Monday) Mr. Thomas Randal, to Miss Bridget Hulley.

1837 - dau Sarah born at Derbyshire - see 1841 census below

1849 - dau Dorothy born at Derbyshire - see 1841 census below

1840 - dau Ann born at Derbyshire - see 1841 census below

1841 census
HO 107/183/17 f5 Little Longstone
Thomas Randel 32 Labourer Y
Bridget Randel 32 Y
Sarah Randel 4 Y
Dorothy Randel 2 Y
Ann Randel 7 mos Y
George Hully 65 Labourer Y
Elizabeth Walker 19 Weaver Y


230. Sarah Randal

1837 - born at Derbyshire - see 1841 census below

1841 census
HO 107/183/17 f5 Little Longstone
Thomas Randel 32 Labourer Y
Bridget Randel 32 Y
Sarah Randel 4 Y
Dorothy Randel 2 Y
Ann Randel 7 mos Y
George Hully 65 Labourer Y
Elizabeth Walker 19 Weaver Y


231. Dorothy Randal

1839 - born at Derbyshire - see 1841 census below

1841 census
HO 107/183/17 f5 Little Longstone
Thomas Randel 32 Labourer Y
Bridget Randel 32 Y
Sarah Randel 4 Y
Dorothy Randel 2 Y
Ann Randel 7 mos Y
George Hully 65 Labourer Y
Elizabeth Walker 19 Weaver Y


232. Ann Randal

1840 - born at Derbyshire - see 1841 census below

1841 census
HO 107/183/17 f5 Little Longstone
Thomas Randel 32 Labourer Y
Bridget Randel 32 Y
Sarah Randel 4 Y
Dorothy Randel 2 Y
Ann Randel 7 mos Y
George Hully 65 Labourer Y
Elizabeth Walker 19 Weaver Y


120. Jane Hulley

1792 15 Jul - baptised at St Giles church Great Longstone: Jane dau of Ann Hulley of Little Longstone.

1821 24 Oct - son Samuel baptised at St Giles church Great Longstone: Samuel son of Jane Hulley of
Little Longstone Singlewoman.


233. Samuel Hulley

1821 24 Oct - baptised at St Giles church Great Longstone: Samuel son of Jane Hulley of Little
Longstone Singlewoman.

1823 19 Oct - buried at St Giles church Great Longstone: Samuel son of Jane Hulley of Little Longstone
aged 2yrs.


121. Francis Hulley

1797 30 Jul - baptised at St Anne's chapel Baslow: Francis son of Ann Hulley Baslow.

1818 25 May - married at All Saints church Bakewell:
Francis Hulley and Elizabeth Barker both of Baslow of this Parish
were married in this Church by Banns with Consent of
this twentyfifth Day of May in the Year One thousand eight hundred and eighteen
By me Francis Hodgson, Vicar
This Marriage was solemnized between us } Francis Hulley
} Elizabeth Barker her x mark
In the Presence of { Joseph Barker
{ Mary Barker her x mark

1819 25 Jul - dau Elizabeth baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Elizabeth dau of Francis & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow labourer.

1822 16 Mar - son Joseph baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Joseph son of Francis & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow weaver.

1822 21 Mar - son Joseph buried at St Ann's church Baslow: Joseph Hulley of Baslow 2 weeks.

1823 18 Nov - son Abraham baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Abraham twin son of Francis & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow weaver.

1823 18 Nov - son Isaac baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Isaac twin son of Francis & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow weaver.

1823 19 Nov - sons Abraham & Isaac buried at St Ann's church Baslow: Abraham & Isaac Hulley Baslow 2 days.

1825 27 Nov - son Jacob baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Jacob son of Francis & Elizabeth Hulley of Corbar weaver.

1828 19 Oct - dau Mary Anne baptised at St Thomas's church New Brampton : Mary Anne dau of Frances and Elizabeth Hulley.

1832 - dau Sarah born at Brampton Moor - see burial entry below,

1832 - son Henry born - see 1841 entry in his Notes.

1847 4 Apr - dau Mary Ann buried at St Thomas's church New Brampton: Hulley Mary Ann 18 years Brampton Moor.

1851 17 Mar - dau Sarah buried at St Thomas's church Brampton: Hulley Sarah 19 years Brampton Moor.

1851 census
HO 107/2147 f530r Chesterfield Newbold Road
Francis Hulley W 53 Check Weaver Derbys Bakewell

1851 15 Jun - buried at St Thomas's church Brampton: Hulley Francis 52 years Brampton Moor.


Elizabeth Barker

1793 - born in Derbyshire - see 1841 census entry below.

1818 25 May - married at All Saints church Bakewell:
Francis Hulley and Elizabeth Barker both of Baslow of this Parish
were married in this Church by Banns with Consent of
this twentyfifth Day of May in the Year One thousand eight hundred and eighteen
By me Francis Hodgson, Vicar
This Marriage was solemnized between us } Francis Hulley
} Elizabeth Barker her x mark
In the Presence of { Joseph Barker
{ Mary Barker her x mark

1819 25 Jul - dau Elizabeth baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Elizabeth dau of Francis & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow labourer.

1822 16 Mar - son Joseph baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Joseph son of Francis & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow weaver.

1822 21 Mar - son Joseph buried at St Ann's church Baslow: Joseph Hulley of Baslow 2 weeks.

1823 18 Nov - son Abraham baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Abraham twin son of Francis & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow weaver.

1823 18 Nov - son Isaac baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Isaac twin son of Francis & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow weaver.

1823 19 Nov - sons Abraham & Isaac buried at St Ann's church Baslow: Abraham & Isaac Hulley Baslow 2 days.

1825 27 Nov - son Jacob baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Jacob son of Francis & Elizabeth Hulley of Corbar weaver.

1828 19 Oct - dau Mary Anne baptised at St Thomas's church New Brampton : Mary Anne dau of Frances and Elizabeth Hulley.

1832 - dau Sarah born at Brampton Moor - see burial entry below.

1832 - son Henry born - see 1841 entry in his Notes.

1841 census
HO 107/193/15 f23 Brampton Brewery Yard
Betty Hulley 48 Cotton Weaver Y
Elizabeth Hulley 15 Y
Mary Hulley 12 Y
Henry Hulley 9 Y

1851 17 Mar - dau Sarah buried at St Thomas's church Brampton: Hulley Sarah 19 years Brampton Moor.


234. Elizabeth Hulley

819 25 Jul - baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Elizabeth dau of Francis & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow labourer.

1841 census
HO 107/193/15 f23 Brampton Brewery Yard
Betty Hulley 48 Cotton Weaver Y
Elizabeth Hulley 15 Y
Mary Hulley 12 Y
Henry Hulley 9 Y

1844 Jun qtr - married at Chesterfield RD: Hulley Elizabeth Chesterfield 19 415 (FreeBMD).

1851 census
HO 107/2147 f508 Chesterfield Salter Gate
James Allen Head M 42 J'man Tailor Derbys Chesterfield
Elizabeth Allen Wife M 31 Derbys Baslow


James Allen

1809 - born at Chesterfield - se 1851 census below.

1844 Jun qtr - married at Chesterfield RD: Hulley Elizabeth Chesterfield 19 415 (FreeBMD).

1851 census
HO 107/2147 f508 Chesterfield Salter Gate
James Allen Head M 42 J'man Tailor Derbys Chesterfield
Elizabeth Allen Wife M 31 Derbys Baslow


235. Joseph Hulley

1822 16 Mar - baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Joseph son of Francis & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow weaver.

1822 21 Mar - buried at St Ann's church Baslow: Joseph Hulley of Baslow 2 weeks.


236. Abraham Hulley

1823 18 Nov - baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Abraham twin son of Francis & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow weaver.

1823 19 Nov - buried at St Ann's church Baslow: Abraham & Isaac Hulley Baslow 2 days.


237. Isaac Hulley

1823 18 Nov - baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Isaac twin son of Francis & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow weaver.

1823 19 Nov - buried at St Ann's church Baslow: Abraham & Isaac Hulley Baslow 2 days.


238. Jacob Hulley

1825 27 Nov - baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Jacob son of Francis & Elizabeth Hulley of Corbar weaver.

1851 census
HO 107/2147 f797 Brampton Brewery Yard
Elizabeth Hulley Head M 59 Household Duties (Parish Relief) Derbys Baslow
Jacob Hulley Son U 25 Weaver Derbys Curbar


239. Mary Anne Hulley

1828 19 Oct - baptised at St Thomas's church New Brampton : Mary Anne dau of Frances and Elizabeth Hulley.

1841 census
HO 107/193/15 f23 Brampton Brewery Yard
Betty Hulley 48 Cotton Weaver Y
Elizabeth Hulley 15 Y
Mary Hulley 12 Y
Henry Hulley 9 Y

1847 04 Apr - buried at St Thomas's church New Brampton: Hulley Mary Ann 18 years Brampton Moor.


240. Henry Hulley

1832 - born in Derbyshire - see 1841 census below,

1841 census
HO 107/193/15 f23 Brampton Brewery Yard
Betty Hulley 48 Cotton Weaver Y
Elizabeth Hulley 15 Y
Mary Hulley 12 Y
Henry Hulley 9 Y


125. John Hulley

Note: no birth registration has been foumd for this person, who has been provisionally
allocated to this family pending further evidence.

1807 - birth year computed from age at death - see death entry below.

1811 - born at Rowland - see 1881, 1891 census below.

1814 - born at Rowland - see 1871 census below.

1862 Dec qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley John Bakewell 7b 1027 (FreeBMD).

1865 Mar qtr - son John born at Bakewell RD: Hulley John Bakewell 7b 606 (GRO).

1871 census
RG 10/3632 f30r Stony Middleton Town Street
John Hulley Head M 57 Farmer of 12 Acres Derbys Rowland
Mary Hulley Wife M 42 Ireland
John Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Stony Middleton

1881 census
RG 11/3452 f. 25 Stoney Middleton, Derby
John HULLEY Head M 70 Farmer Of 16 Acres Rowland, Derby
Mary HULLEY Wife M 51 Ireland
John HULLEY Son U 16 Cordwainer Finisher Stoney Middleton, Derby

1882 07 Sep - Beneficary in WILL OF ELLEN HULLEY OF RUSHOLME 1882
This is the last Will and Testament of me ELLEN HULLEY Spinster formerly Housekeeper to GEORGE
HEYWARD of Alderley Edge in the County of Chester gentleman but now residing with his Niece EMILY
the wife of RICHARD NELSON (formerly EMILY HAYWARD Spinster) at Rusholme near the City of
Manchester I direct payment of my just debts funeral and testamentary expenses I bequeath the
following legacies namely to my cousin JOHN HULLEY of Stoney Middleton in the County of Derby
farmer Fifty pounds to GEORGE ARTHUR HEYWARD the brother of the said EMILY NELSON twenty
five pounds And all the residue of my estate and effects whatsoever and wheresoever I give devise
and bequeath the same unto the said EMILY NELSON for her own absolute use and benefit And I
appoint her sole Executrix of this my will In witness whereof I have I have hereunder signed my name
this seventh day of September one thousand eight hundred and eighty two.

Signed by the said ELLEN HULLEY as her last will }
and Testament in the presence of us (both being }
present at the same time) who either signed } (signed) ELLEN HULLEY
in her presence and in the presence of each other }
have hereunto subscribed our names as }
witnesses. }
GEO. BENNETT Clerk with Withington & Co. Solrs. Manchester
MARY ELIZABETH SPEAKMAN 7 Stanley Grove Longsight

Proved at Manchester the seventh day of October 1887 by the
Oath of EMILY NELSON (Wife of RICHARD NELSON formerly HEYWARD
Spinster the Niece of GEORGE HAYWARD ) the sole Executrix
to whom Administration was granted.
The Testatrix ELLEN HULLEY was formerly of Rusholme in the City
of Manchester but late of Fern Lea, Flixton Road, Urmston. near
Manchester in the County of Lancaster, Spinster and died on the eighth
day of June 1887 at Fern Lea aforesaid.
Personal Estate Gross £96 - 9 - 1
No Leaseholds

Certified to be a Correct copy

1891 census
RG 12/2777 f18r Stoney Middleton High Street
John Hulley Head M 80 Farmer Derbys Rowland
Mary Hulley Wife M 60 Down Ireland
John Hulley Son S 26 Shoe Finisher Derbys Stoney Middleton

1898 Jun qtr - died at Bakewell RD: Hulley John 91Bakewell 7b 434 (GRO).


Mary Smith

1831 - born at County Down, Northern Ireland - see 1871 census below.

1862 Dec qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Smith Mary Bakewell 7b 1027 (FreeBMD).

1865 Mar qtr - son John born at Bakewell RD: Hulley John Bakewell 7b 606 (GRO).

1871 census
RG 10/3632 f30r Stony Middleton Town Street
John Hulley Head M 57 Farmer of 12 Acres Derbys Rowland
Mary Hulley Wife M 42 Ireland
John Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Stony Middleton

1881 census
RG 11/3452 f. 25 Stoney Middleton, Derby
John HULLEY Head M 70 Farmer Of 16 Acres Rowland, Derby
Mary HULLEY Wife M 51 Ireland
John HULLEY Son U 16 Cordwainer Finisher Stoney Middleton, Derby

1891 census
RG 12/2777 f18r Stoney Middleton High Street
John Hulley Head M 80 Farmer Derbys Rowland
Mary Hulley Wife M 60 Down Ireland
John Hulley Son S 26 Shoe Finisher Derbys Stoney Middleton

1898 Jun qtr - husband died at Bakewell RD: Hulley John 91Bakewell 7b 434 (GRO).


241. John Hulley

1865 - born at Stoney Middeton Derbyshire - see 1891 census below.

1865 Mar qtr - born at Bakewell RD: Hulley John Bakewell 7b 606 (GRO).

1881 census
RG 11/3452 f. 25 Stoney Middleton, Derby
John HULLEY Head M 70 Farmer Of 16 Acres Rowland, Derby
Mary HULLEY Wife M 51 Ireland
John HULLEY Son U 16 Cordwainer Finisher Stoney Middleton, Derby

1891 census
RG 12/2777 f18r Stoney Middleton High Street
John Hulley Head M 80 Farmer Derbys Rowland
Mary Hulley Wife M 60 Down Ireland
John Hulley Son S 26 Shoe Finisher Derbys Stoney Middleton


132. Emma Hulley

1830 - born at Hassop - see 1851 census below.

1841 census
HO 107/183/15 f4r Bakewell Hassop
James Hulley 35 Gardener Y
Sarah Hulley 35 N
Emma Hulley 10 Y

1851 census
HO 107/2149 f110r DERBYSHIRE Hassop
James Hulley Head M 48 Gardener Derbys Rowland
Sarah Hulley Wife M 52 Notts Treaswell
Emma Hulley Dau U 21 Derbys Hassop

1855 22 Jan - married at the RC chapel Hassop: Thomas Hargreaves 29 years Bachelor Saddler
(master) Chapel Street, Salford, Manchester - father Richard Hargreaves Saddler
(journeyman); Emma Hulley 24 years Spinster Hassop - father James Hulley
Gardener. (From Anthony Lamb).

1855 Jan 31 - Derby Mercury - Marriages on the 26 Inst., at Hassop Chapel by the Rev. J. Nickolds,
Mr Thomas Hargreaves, Sadler, Salford, to Emma, the only daughter of Mr
James Hulley, of Hassop.

1857 - son James born at Salford - information from Anthony Lamb.

1858 - son Thomas born at Salford - information from Anthony Lamb.

1859 22 Dec - dau Martha Anne born at Salford - information from Anthony Lamb.

1862 - dau Emma L. born at Salford - information from Anthony Lamb.

1863 - dau Elizabeth born at Salford - information from Anthony Lamb.

1864 - dau Sarah H. born at Salford - information from Anthony Lamb.


Thomas Hargreaves

1826 - born - information from Anthony Lamb.

1855 22 Jan - married at the RC chapel Hassop: Thomas Hargreaves 29 years Bachelor Saddler
(master) Chapel Street, Salford, Manchester - father Richard Hargreaves Saddler
(journeyman); Emma Hulley 24 years Spinster Hassop - father James Hulley
Gardener. (From Anthony Lamb).

1855 Jan 31 - Derby Mercury - Marriages on the 26 Inst., at Hassop Chapel by the Rev. J. Nickolds,
Mr Thomas Hargreaves, Sadler, Salford, to Emma, the only daughter of Mr
James Hulley, of Hassop.

1857 - son James born at Salford - information from Anthony Lamb.

1858 - son Thomas born at Salford - information from Anthony Lamb.

1859 22 Dec - dau Martha Anne born at Salford - information from Anthony Lamb.

1862 - dau Emma L. born at Salford - information from Anthony Lamb.

1863 - dau Elizabeth born at Salford - information from Anthony Lamb.

1864 - dau Sarah H. born at Salford - information from Anthony Lamb.


242. James Hargreaves

1857 - born at Salford - information from Anthony Lamb.


243. Thomas Hargreaves

1858 - born at Salford - information from Anthony Lamb.


244. Martha Anne Hargreaves

1859 22 Dec - born at 1890 Chapel Street Salford - information from Anthony Lamb.


245. Emma L. Hargreaves

1862 - born at Salford - information from Anthony Lamb.


246. Elizabeth Hargreaves

1863 - born at Salford - information from Anthony Lamb.


247. Sarah H. Hargreaves

1864 - born at Salford - information from Anthony Lamb.


135. John Hulley

1836 13 Dec - baptised at All saints church Bakewell: John son of William & Ann Hulley of Rowland
labourer.

1841 census
HO 107/183/20 f2r Bakewell Rowland
Willm Hulley 35 Ag Lab Y
Ann Hulley 35 (blank)
Mary Hulley 10 (blank)
Elizabeth Hulley 8 (blank)
John Hulley 4 (blank)
Ellen Hulley 1 (blank)

1851 census
HO 107/2149 f117 DERBYSHIRE Rowland
William Hulley Head M 47 Labourer Derbys Rowland
Ann Hulley Wife M 47 Derbys Rowland
John Hulley Son 14 Servant Derbys Rowland
Ellen Hulley Dau 11 Derbys Rowland
James Hulley Son 7 Scholar Derbys Rowland
Thomas Hulley Son 3 Scholar Derbys Rowland
William Hulley Son 11mos Derbys Rowland

1859 04 Apr - married at All Saints church Bakewell: John Hulley Full age Bachelor Laborer Rowland - father
William Hulley Laborer; Sarah Ann Sellors Full age Spinster Wardlow - father John Sellors Laborer.
Wits: Alfred x Sellors, Ellen x Hulley.

1860 24 Jun - son William baptised at Great Longstone church: William son of John and Sarah Hulley
of Wardlow. Miner.

1861 census
RG 9/2543 f10 Wardlow
Alfred Sellors Head Mar 25 Lead Miner Derbys Wardlow
John Hulley Bro-in-law Mar 24 Labourer Derbys Rowland
Sarah Ann Hulley Sister Mar 21 Wife Derbys Wardlow
William Hulley Nephew 1 Derbys Wardlow


1862 28 Sep - daughter Mary baptised at Great Longstone church: Mary daughter of John and Sarah
Hulley of Wardlow. Miner.

1864 9 Oct - son James baptised at Great Longstone church: James son of John and Sarah Hulley
of Wardlow. Miner.

1867 9 Jun - daughter Martha baptised at Great Longstone church: Martha daughter of John and
Sarah Hulley of Wardlow. Miner.

1870 26 Jun - daughter Phoebe baptised at Great Longstone church: Phoebe dau. of John and Sarah
Hulley of Wardlow. Miner.

1871 census
RG 10/3632 f18 Bakewell Wardlow (also on 3632/12r - crossed out)
John Hulley Head M 36 Lead Miner Derbys Rowland
Sarah Hulley Wife M 31 Derbys Wardlow
William Hulley Son 11 Derbys Wardlow
Mary Hulley Dau 8 Scholar Derbys Wardlow
James Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Wardlow
Martha Hulley Dau 3 Derbys Wardlow
Phebe Hulley Dau 11mos Derbys Wardlow


1872 Sep qtr - daughter Sarah Ann born at Saddleworth: Hulley Sarah Ann Saddleworth 9a 257.

1875 Jun qtr - daughter Elizabeth born at Saddleworth: Hulley Elizabeth Saddleworth 9a 276.

1877 Mar qtr - son Thomas born at Saddleworth: Hulley Thomas Saddleworth 9a 280. Birth certificate
entry: 31st Dec 1876 Higher Wadehill Saddleworth - Thomas Boy - father John Hulley
Farmer- mother Sarah Anne Hulley formerly Sellors - informant X The mark of John
Hulley Father Higher Wadehill Saddleworth.

1880 Mar qtr - wife died at Saddleworth RD: Hulley Sarah Ann 38 Saddleworth 9a 196 (GRO).

1881 census
RG 11/4365 f.69 Barnedge Saddleworth, York
John HALLEY Head M 42 Farmer Rowland, Derby
Mary HALLEY Daur U 18 Cloth Weaver Wardlow, Derby
James HALLEY Son U 15 Woollen Minder Wardlow, Derby
Martha HALLEY Daur U 13 Housekeeper (Dom) Wardlow, Derby
Phoebe HALLEY Daur U 10 Bobbin Winder Wardlow, Derby
Sarah Ann HALLEY Daur U 7 Scholar Dobcross, York
Elizabeth HALLEY Daur U 5 Scholar Dobcross, York
Thomas HALLEY Son U 4 Dobcross, York

1891 census
RG 12/3549 Saddleworth 88rev Ratcliffe Street
John Hulley Head Widower 54 Farm Labourer Derbyshire
Eliz. Hulley Dau S 16 Cotton Mill Piecer Yorkshire Saddleworth
Thomas Hulley Son S 14 Cotton Mill Piecer Yorkshire Saddleworth
Mary Jane Mills Servant Wid 66 Domestic Servant Yorkshire Saddleworth


Sarah Ann Sellors

1859 4 Apr - married at Bakewell - IGI entry: John Hulley and Sarah Ann Sellors.

1860 24 Jun - son William baptised at Great Longstone church: William son of John and Sarah Hulley
of Wardlow. Miner.

1861 census
RG 9/2543 f10 Wardlow
Alfred Sellors Head Mar 25 Lead Miner Derbys Wardlow
John Hulley Bro-in-law Mar 24 Labourer Derbys Rowland
Sarah Ann Hulley Sister Mar 21 Wife Derbys Wardlow
William Hulley Nephew 1 Derbys Wardlow

1862 28 Sep - daughter Mary baptised at Great Longstone church: Mary daughter of John and Sarah
Hulley of Wardlow. Miner.

1864 9 Oct - son James baptised at Great Longstone church: James son of John and Sarah Hulley
of Wardlow. Miner.

1867 9 Jun - daughter Martha baptised at Great Longstone church: Martha daughter of John and
Sarah Hulley of Wardlow. Miner.

1870 26 Jun - daughter Phoebe baptised at Great Longstone church: Phoebe dau. of John and Sarah
Hulley of Wardlow. Miner.

1871 census
RG 10/3632 f18 Bakewell Wardlow (also on 3632/12r - crossed out)
John Hulley Head M 36 Lead Miner Derbys Rowland
Sarah Hulley Wife M 31 Derbys Wardlow
William Hulley Son 11 Derbys Wardlow
Mary Hulley Dau 8 Scholar Derbys Wardlow
James Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Wardlow
Martha Hulley Dau 3 Derbys Wardlow
Phebe Hulley Dau 11mos Derbys Wardlow

1872 Sep qtr - daughter Sarah Ann born at Saddleworth: Hulley Sarah Ann Saddleworth 9a 257.

1875 Jun qtr - daughter Elizabeth born at Saddleworth: Hulley Elizabeth Saddleworth 9a 276.

1877 Mar qtr - son Thomas born at Saddleworth: Hulley Thomas Saddleworth 9a 280. Birth certificate
entry: 31st Dec 1876 Higher Wadehill Saddleworth - Thomas Boy - father John Hulley
Farmer- mother Sarah Anne Hulley formerly Sellors - informant X The mark of John
Hulley Father Higher Wadehill Saddleworth.

1880 Mar qtr - died at Saddleworth RD: Hulley Sarah Ann 38 Saddleworth 9a 196 (GRO).

1881 census
RG 11/4365 f.69 Barnedge Saddleworth, York
John HALLEY Head M 42 Farmer Rowland, Derby
Mary HALLEY Daur U 18 Cloth Weaver Wardlow, Derby
James HALLEY Son U 15 Woollen Minder Wardlow, Derby
Martha HALLEY Daur U 13 Housekeeper (Dom) Wardlow, Derby
Phoebe HALLEY Daur U 10 Bobbin Winder Wardlow, Derby
Sarah Ann HALLEY Daur U 7 Scholar Dobcross, York
Elizabeth HALLEY Daur U 5 Scholar Dobcross, York
Thomas HALLEY Son U 4 Dobcross, York


248. William Hulley

1860 24 Jun - baptised at Great Longstone church: William son of John and Sarah Hulley of Wardlow.
Miner.

1861 census
RG 9/2543 f10 Wardlow
Alfred Sellors Head Mar 25 Lead Miner Derbys Wardlow
John Hulley Bro-in-law Mar 24 Labourer Derbys Rowland
Sarah Ann Hulley Sister Mar 21 Wife Derbys Wardlow
William Hulley Nephew 1 Derbys Wardlow

1871 census
RG 10/3632 f18 Bakewell Wardlow (also on 3632/12r - crossed out)
John Hulley Head M 36 Lead Miner Derbys Rowland
Sarah Hulley Wife M 31 Derbys Wardlow
William Hulley Son 11 Derbys Wardlow
Mary Hulley Dau 8 Scholar Derbys Wardlow
James Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Wardlow
Martha Hulley Dau 3 Derbys Wardlow
Phebe Hulley Dau 11mos Derbys Wardlow


250. James Hulley

1864 9 Oct - baptised at Great Longstone church: James son of John and Sarah Hulley of Wardlow.
Miner.

1871 census
RG 10/3632 f18 Bakewell Wardlow (also on 3632/12r - crossed out)
John Hulley Head M 36 Lead Miner Derbys Rowland
Sarah Hulley Wife M 31 Derbys Wardlow
William Hulley Son 11 Derbys Wardlow
Mary Hulley Dau 8 Scholar Derbys Wardlow
James Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Wardlow
Martha Hulley Dau 3 Derbys Wardlow
Phebe Hulley Dau 11mos Derbys Wardlow

1881 census
RG 11/4365 f.69 Barnedge Saddleworth, York
John HALLEY Head M 42 Farmer Rowland, Derby
Mary HALLEY Daur U 18 Cloth Weaver Wardlow, Derby
James HALLEY Son U 15 Woollen Minder Wardlow, Derby
Martha HALLEY Daur U 13 Housekeeper (Dom) Wardlow, Derby
Phoebe HALLEY Daur U 10 Bobbin Winder Wardlow, Derby
Sarah Ann HALLEY Daur U 7 Scholar Dobcross, York
Elizabeth HALLEY Daur U 5 Scholar Dobcross, York
Thomas HALLEY Son U 4 Dobcross, York

1885 13 Apr - married at St Ann'es church Lydgate, Saddleworth: James Hulley (no age shown)
Bachelor Bobbin Carrier Lydgate - father John Hulley Labourer; Emma Marsden (no
age shown) Spinster Lydgate - father James Marsden Farmer. Both signed. Wits: John
Marsden, E. J. Marsden.

1886 Mar qtr - died at Saddleworth RD: Hully James 21 Saddleworth 9a 175 (GRO).


Emma Marsden

1864 - born at Dewsbury Yorkshire - see 1891 census below.

1885 13 Apr - married at St Ann'es church Lydgate, Saddleworth: James Hulley (no age shown)
Bachelor Bobbin Carrier Lydgate - father John Hulley Labourer; Emma Marsden (no
age shown) Spinster Lydgate - father James Marsden Farmer. Both signed. Wits: John
Marsden, E. J. Marsden.

1886 Mar qtr - husband died at Saddleworth RD: Hully James 21 Saddleworth 9a 175 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/3309 f128 Oldham 22 Evelyn Street
James Marsden Head W 58 Joiner C Yorks Halifax
Emma Hully Dau W 27 Card Room Cotton Yorks Dewsbury
Stansfield Marsden Son S 22 Carter Lancs Oldham
Ann E. Marsden Dau S 19 Card Room Cotton Lancs Oldham
William G. Marsden Son 14 Lancs Oldham

1901 census
RG 13/3817 f128 Oldham 57 Kelverlow Street
James Marsden Head W 68 Joiner Carp. Yorks Barkisland
Emma Hully Dau W 38 Retired Cotton Card Room Hand Yorks Ossett
Ann E. Marsden Dau S 28 Piecer/Twiner Cotton Mill Lancs Lees
William Marsden Son S 25 Piecer Cotton Mill Lancs Middleton Junct.
Julia Triving G-dau 5 Lancs Oldham


251. Martha Hulley

1867 9 Jun - baptised at Great Longstone church: Martha daughter of John and Sarah Hulley of
Wardlow. Miner.

1871 census
RG 10/3632 f18 Bakewell Wardlow (also on 3632/12r - crossed out)
John Hulley Head M 36 Lead Miner Derbys Rowland
Sarah Hulley Wife M 31 Derbys Wardlow
William Hulley Son 11 Derbys Wardlow
Mary Hulley Dau 8 Scholar Derbys Wardlow
James Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Wardlow
Martha Hulley Dau 3 Derbys Wardlow
Phebe Hulley Dau 11mos Derbys Wardlow

1881 census
RG 11/4365 f.69 Barnedge Saddleworth, York
John HALLEY Head M 42 Farmer Rowland, Derby
Mary HALLEY Daur U 18 Cloth Weaver Wardlow, Derby
James HALLEY Son U 15 Woollen Minder Wardlow, Derby
Martha HALLEY Daur U 13 Housekeeper (Dom) Wardlow, Derby
Phoebe HALLEY Daur U 10 Bobbin Winder Wardlow, Derby
Sarah Ann HALLEY Daur U 7 Scholar Dobcross, York
Elizabeth HALLEY Daur U 5 Scholar Dobcross, York
Thomas HALLEY Son U 4 Dobcross, York


252. Pheobe Hulley

1870 26 Jun - baptised at Great Longstone church: Phoebe dau. of John and Sarah Hulley of Wardlow.
Miner.

1871 census
RG 10/3632 f18 Bakewell Wardlow (also on 3632/12r - crossed out)
John Hulley Head M 36 Lead Miner Derbys Rowland
Sarah Hulley Wife M 31 Derbys Wardlow
William Hulley Son 11 Derbys Wardlow
Mary Hulley Dau 8 Scholar Derbys Wardlow
James Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Wardlow
Martha Hulley Dau 3 Derbys Wardlow
Phebe Hulley Dau 11mos Derbys Wardlow

1881 census
RG 11/4365 f.69 Barnedge Saddleworth, York
John HALLEY Head M 42 Farmer Rowland, Derby
Mary HALLEY Daur U 18 Cloth Weaver Wardlow, Derby
James HALLEY Son U 15 Woollen Minder Wardlow, Derby
Martha HALLEY Daur U 13 Housekeeper (Dom) Wardlow, Derby
Phoebe HALLEY Daur U 10 Bobbin Winder Wardlow, Derby
Sarah Ann HALLEY Daur U 7 Scholar Dobcross, York
Elizabeth HALLEY Daur U 5 Scholar Dobcross, York
Thomas HALLEY Son U 4 Dobcross, York


255. Thomas Hulley

1877 Mar qtr - born at Saddleworth: Hulley Thomas Saddleworth 9a 280. Birth certificate entry: 31st
Dec 1876 Higher Wadehill Saddleworth - Thomas Boy - father John Hulley Farmer-
mother Sarah Anne Hulley formerly Sellors - informant X The mark of John Hulley
Father Higher Wadehill Saddleworth.
1881 census
RG 11/4365 f.69 Barnedge Saddleworth, York
John HALLEY Head M 42 Farmer Rowland, Derby
Mary HALLEY Daur U 18 Cloth Weaver Wardlow, Derby
James HALLEY Son U 15 Woollen Minder Wardlow, Derby
Martha HALLEY Daur U 13 Housekeeper (Dom) Wardlow, Derby
Phoebe HALLEY Daur U 10 Bobbin Winder Wardlow, Derby
Sarah Ann HALLEY Daur U 7 Scholar Dobcross, York
Elizabeth HALLEY Daur U 5 Scholar Dobcross, York
Thomas HALLEY Son U 4 Dobcross, York

1891 census
RG 12/3549 Saddleworth 88rev Ratcliffe Street
John Hulley Head Widower 54 Farm Labourer Derbyshire
Eliz. Hulley Dau S 16 Cotton Mill Piecer Yorkshire Saddleworth
Thomas Hulley Son S 14 Cotton Mill Piecer Yorkshire Saddleworth
Mary Jane Mills Servant Wid 66 Domestic Servant Yorkshire Saddleworth

1901 census
RG 13/4088 f25 Springhead 13 Wood End St
Samuel S. Robinson Head M 27 Labourer in Cotton Mill Yorks Saddleworth
Elizabeth Robinson Wife M 26 Yorks Saddleworth
Thomas S. Robinson Son S 6 Yorks Saddleworth
Alice Robinson Dau S 2 Yorks Saddleworth
Thomas Hulley Brdr S 24 Cotton Piecer Yorks Saddleworth

1903 Jun qtr - married at Saddleworth RD: Hulley Thomas Saddleworth 9a 531 (FreeBMD).

1903 - LancsBMD marriage entry: HULLEY Thomas MOSS Alice Saddleworth Register Office
or Registrar Attended


Alice Moss

1903 Jun qtr - married at Saddleworth RD: Moss Alice Saddleworth 9a 531 (FreeBMD).

1903 - LancsBMD marriage entry: HULLEY Thomas MOSS Alice Saddleworth Register Office
or Registrar Attended Oldham S_WORTH_RM/9/30.


137. James Hulley

1844 5 May - baptised at Great Longstone church: James son of William & Ann Hully of Rowland Labourer.
1851 census
HO 107/2149 f117 DERBYSHIRE Rowland
William Hulley Head M 47 Labourer Derbys Rowland
Ann Hulley Wife M 47 Derbys Rowland
John Hulley Son 14 Servant Derbys Rowland
Ellen Hulley Dau 11 Derbys Rowland
James Hulley Son 7 Scholar Derbys Rowland
Thomas Hulley Son 3 Scholar Derbys Rowland
William Hulley Son 11mos Derbys Rowland

1867 Sep qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley James Bakewell 7b 933 (GRO).

1867 - daughter Ellen born at Curbar Derbyshire - see 1881 census below.

1869 Mar qtr - daughter Fanny Elizabeth born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Fanny Elizabeth Bakewell 7b 621 (GRO).

1871 census
RG 10/4334 f75 Saddleworth Railway View High Moor
James Hulley Head M 30 Labourer for Masons Derbys Rowland
Ann Hulley Wife M 27 Labourer's Wife Derbys Tideswell
Fanny E. Hulley Dau 2 Derbys Tideswell
Sarah E. Hulley Dau 5 Derbys Tideswell

1871Jun qtr - son James William born at Saddleworth: Hulley James William Saddleworth 9a 249 (GRO).

1871 2 May - son James William born at Delph, Saddleworth - see baptism below.

1871 13 Aug - James William baptised at St Chad's church Saddleworth: James William s. of James & Ann Hulley
Delph Labourer (born 2 May).

1877 Jun qtr - daughter Lucy born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Lucy Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 791 (GRO).

1880 Sep qtr - daughter Emma born at Hayfield RD: Hulley Emma Hayfield 7b 784 (GRO).

1881 census
RG 11/3459 f. 53 4 Derby Street Glossop Dale, Derby
James HULLEY Head M 39 General Labourer Rowland, Derby
Ann HULLEY Wife M 36 Cotton Cardroom Hand Curber, Derby
Ellen HULLEY Dau 14 Cotton Winder Curber, Derby
Fanny HULLEY Dau 12 Scholar Millers Dale, Derby
James W HULLEY Son 9 Scholar Saddleworth, York
Lucy HULLEY Dau 3 Scholar Chapel en le Frith, Derby
Emma HULLEY Dau 9m Glossop, Derby

1882 Mar qtr - daughter Emma died at Hayfield RD: Hully Emma 1 Hayfield 7b 490 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/2783 f62 Glossop14 Slatelands Road
James Hulley Head M 49 General Labourer Derbys Rowland
Ann Hulley Wife M 45 Derbys Tideswell
James W. Hulley Son S 19 General Labourer Yorks Saddleworth
Lucy Hulley Dau S 13 Cotton Weaver Derbys Peak Forest

1901 census
RG 13/3273 125r Wormhill DBY Dove Holes Dale Tunnal Top
James Hulley Head M 57 Labourer On Lime Works Derbys
Ann Hulley Wife M 55 Derbys
James W. Hulley Son S 29 Labourer On Lime Works Yorks Sudworth

1911 census
Chapel en le Frith RD Chapel en le Frith SRD ED 5 Piece 21249 Barmoor Clough Dove Holes
William Hully* Head 40 M General Labourer Yorks Sadleworth
Mary Hully Wife 32 M 10 yrs 4 ch 4 livg Derbys Buxton
Emily Hully Dau 12 School Derbys Chapel en le Frith
James Hully Son 9 School Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Albert Hully Son 7 School Derbys Chapel en le Frith
William Hully Son 3 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
James Hully Father 69 W Derbys Bakewell (crossed out)


Ann ....

1845 - born at Cuber Derbyshire - see 1881 census below.

1867 Sep qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley James Bakewell 7b 933 (GRO).

1867 - daughter Ellen born at Curbar Derbyshire - see 1881 census below.

1869 Mar qtr - daughter Fanny Elizabeth born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Fanny Elizabeth Bakewell 7b
621 (GRO).

1871Jun qtr - son James William born at Saddleworth: Hulley James William Saddleworth 9a 249
(GRO).

1871 2 May - son James William born at Delph, Saddleworth - see baptism below.

1871 13 Aug - James William baptised at St Chad's church Saddleworth: James William s. of James
& Ann Hulley Delph Labourer (born 2 May).

1877 Jun qtr - daughter Lucy born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Lucy Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 791
(GRO).

1880 Sep qtr - daughter Emma born at Hayfield RD: Hulley Emma Hayfield 7b 784 (GRO).

1881 census
RG 11/3459 f. 53 4 Derby Street Glossop Dale, Derby
James HULLEY Head M 39 General Labourer Rowland, Derby
Ann HULLEY Wife M 36 Cotton Cardroom Hand Curber, Derby
Ellen HULLEY Dau 14 Cotton Winder Curber, Derby
Fanny HULLEY Dau 12 Scholar Millers Dale, Derby
James W HULLEY Son 9 Scholar Saddleworth, York
Lucy HULLEY Dau 3 Scholar Chapel en le Frith, Derby
Emma HULLEY Dau 9m Glossop, Derby

1882 Mar qtr - daughter Emma died at Hayfield RD: Hully Emma 1 Hayfield 7b 490 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/2783 f62 Glossop14 Slatelands Road
James Hulley Head M 49 General Labourer Derbys Rowland
Ann Hulley Wife M 45 Derbys Tideswell
James W. Hulley Son S 19 General Labourer Yorks Saddleworth
Lucy Hulley Dau S 13 Cotton Weaver Derbys Peak Forest

1901 census
RG 13/3273 125r Wormhill DBY Dove Holes Dale Tunnal Top
James Hulley Head M 57 Labourer On Lime Works Derbys
Ann Hulley Wife M 55 Derbys
James W. Hulley Son S 29 Labourer On Lime Works Yorks Sudworth


256. Ellen Hulley

1867 - born at Curbar Derbyshire - see 1881 census below.

1865 Dec qtr - ? born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Sarah Elizabeth Bakewell 7b 541(GRO).

1867 Sep qtr - ?born at Stockport RD: Hulley Sarah Ellen Stockport 8a 153 (GRO).

1881 census
RG 11/3459 f. 53 4 Derby Street Glossop Dale, Derby
James HULLEY Head M 39 General Labourer Rowland, Derby
Ann HULLEY Wife M 36 Cotton Cardroom Hand Curber, Derby
Ellen HULLEY Dau 14 Cotton Winder Curber, Derby
Fanny HULLEY Dau 12 Scholar Millers Dale, Derby
James W HULLEY Son 9 Scholar Saddleworth, York
Lucy HULLEY Dau 3 Scholar Chapel en le Frith, Derby
Emma HULLEY Dau 9m Glossop, Derby


257. Fanny Hulley

1869 Mar qtr - born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Fanny Elizabeth Bakewell 7b 621 (GRO).

1881 census
RG 11/3459 f. 53 4 Derby Street Glossop Dale, Derby
James HULLEY Head M 39 General Labourer Rowland, Derby
Ann HULLEY Wife M 36 Cotton Cardroom Hand Curber, Derby
Ellen HULLEY Dau 14 Cotton Winder Curber, Derby
Fanny HULLEY Dau 12 Scholar Millers Dale, Derby
James W HULLEY Son 9 Scholar Saddleworth, York
Lucy HULLEY Dau 3 Scholar Chapel en le Frith, Derby
Emma HULLEY Dau 9m Glossop, Derby

1888 Sep qtr - married at Hayfield RD: Hulley Fanny Elizabeth Hayfield 7b 1005 (FreeBMD).

1888 05 Aug - married at St Matthew's church Hayfield: David Henry Wood 22 Bachelor Foreman Glossop - father James Wood Labourer; Fanny Elizabeth Hulley 19 Spinster Weaver Glossop - father James Hulley
Labourer. No witnesses shown.

1891 census
RG 12/2783 f47 Glossop 105 Victoria Street
David Henry Wood Head M 24 Weaver Cotton Derbys Whitfield
Fanny Elizth Wood Wife M 21 Weaver Cotton Derbys Millersdale


David Henry Wood

1867 - born at Whitfield Derbyshire - see 1891 census below.

1888 Sep qtr - married at Hayfield RD: Wood David Henry Hayfield 7b 1005 (FreeBMD).

1888 05 Aug - married at St Matthew's church Hayfield: David Henry Wood 22 Bachelor Foreman Glossop - father James Wood Labourer; Fanny Elizabeth Hulley 19 Spinster Weaver Glossop - father James Hulley
Labourer. No witnesses shown.

1891 census
RG 12/2783 f47 Glossop 105 Victoria Street
David Henry Wood Head M 24 Weaver Cotton Derbys Whitfield
Fanny Elizth Wood Wife M 21 Weaver Cotton Derbys Millersdale


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