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

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206. Ann Hulley

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

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 107/2149 f64 Bakewell The Hill
Sarah Barker Head W 74 Lead Merchant + 5 children, son in law Derbys Winster
Ann Hulley Serv U 28 Cook (+ 2 serv) Derbys Longston

1850 13 Jun - married at Holy Trinity church, Ashford-in-the-Water: William Hawksworth Hallam Full age Widower
Shopman Manchester - father William Hallam Publican; Ann Hulley Full age Spinster Ashford - father
William Hulley Publican. Wits: William Hulley Snr & Jnr, Mary Hulley, Sarah Skidmore.

1861 census
RG 9/2539 f46 DERBYSHIRE Ashford in the Water 131
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

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


William Hawksworth Hallam


1850 13 Jun - married at Holy Trinity church, Ashford-in-the-Water: William Hawksworth Hallam Full age Widower
Shopman Manchester - father William Hallam Publican; Ann Hulley Full age Spinster Ashford - father
William Hulley Publican. Wits: William Hulley Snr & Jnr, Mary Hulley, Sarah Skidmore.


207. William Hulley

1824 17 Oct - baptised at St Giles church Great Longstone: William son of William & 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 107/2149 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

1855 Jun qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley William Bakewell 7b 815 (GRO).

1855 11 Apr - married at Holy Trinity church, Ashford-in-the-Water: William Hulley Full age Bachelor Butcher Ashford
- father William Hulley Farmer; Sarah Skidmore Full age Spinster Ashford - father Elisha Skidmore
Farmer. Wits: Sarah Ann Skidmore, Mary Jane Skidmore.

1856 13 Oct - dau Emma Jane baptised at Ashford-in-the-Water church

1861 census
RG 9/2539 f39 DERBYSHIRE Ashford in the Water Greaves Lane
William Hulley Head Mar 36 Butcher Derbys
Sarah Hulley Wife Mar 34 Derbys Ashford-in-the-Water
Emma Hulley Dau Unmar 4 Derbys Ashford-in-the-Water

1862 13 Jan - dau Hannah born at Ashford.

1863 26 Jul - dau Annie born at Ashford.

1865 21 Aug - Executor to father's will: 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.

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

1881 census
RG 11/3447 f44 Fennel St Ashford
William HULLEY Head M 56 Farmer 30 Acres & Butcher Empl...Men Little Longstone, Derby
Sarah HULLEY Wife M 53 Ashford, Derby
Emma HULLEY Dau U 23 Ashford, Derby

1884 16 Dec - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - CHRISTMAS STOCK MARKETS - BAKEWELL
- (incl.) Mr. Frank Green, of Ashford, also brought some excellent Galloway beasts into the market, two of
which found a purchaser in Mr. Hulley, of Ashford.

1886 18 Dec - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - BAKEWELL CHRISTMAS FAT SHOW
(inc.) Mr. Hulley, of Ashford, also purchased a fine beast from Mr. Green. Mr Hulley showed some prime
animals of his own feeding .

1887 06 Apr - Derby Mercury - Bakewell -a Appointment of Overseers. The following overseers were appointed: (incl.),
Ashford: William Hulley and Daniel Oldfield.

1887 17 Dec - Huddersfield Chronicle - LONGWOOD - AN INTERPLEADER ISSUE .
At the Huddersfield County Court yesterday, before His Honour Judge Bagshawe, the case of Hulley v.
Rothery and Rothery was heard. The plaintiff in the original action was William Hulley, butcher, Ashford,
near Bakewell, Derbyshire, and the defendant Shaw Cross Rothery, tripe dresser, Longwood. The action
was brought for meat supplied, judgement was obtained, and execution put in, when the defendant’s
wife Anne Eliza Rothery, claimed the goods as her separate property, and also £5 for illegal seizure. Mr.
Frank Sykes appeared for the claimant, and Mr. J. W. Piercy for the execution creditor.
The claimant stated she had conducted a separate business as a milliner and dressmaker, and was the
mainstay of the house, which was taken in her name. Some of the furniture was hers before marriage,
some given to her upon her marriage, and some bought out of her separate earnings since her marr-
-iage. The judge held that the goods she had before marriage must go to the execution creditor, with the
exception of those necessary for the purpose of her business, and the presents and those she had
bought since belonged to her. Each side must pay their own costs and the execution creditor the hearing
fee.

1889 12 Jan - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - BAKEWELL -MR. BRIGHTMORE MITCHELL IN COURT.
At the Bakewell County Court on Saturday, Mr. Hulley, of Ashford-in-the-water, sued Mr. R. B. Mitchell, of
Sheffield, to recover the sum of £10 5s 7d. Mr. F. Taylor, solicitor, applied for an adjournment, and
produced a letter from the defendant, which stated he had been called and to “give evidence” in London
the same day, and that he could not possibly attend the court. His Honour observed that when men were
pressed for money they frequently made excuses. Mr. Taylor - Your Honour does not think favourably of
it. His Honour - Take it for what it is worth. You know this is a vacation and there are no courts sitting in
London at present. Mr. Taylor - It might be some arbitration case. A second letter addressed to the
plaintiff was here handed to his Honour, who, after perusing it, observed: It will not do, the case must go
on. Plaintiff admitted a set-off of £2, and a verdict for the remainder of the debt was thereupon entered,
without further evidence

1891 census
RG 12/2773 f141Ashford Funnel Street
William Hully Head M 66 Butcher Derbys Longstone
Sarah Hully Wife 66 Derbys Ashford
Emma J. Twigg Dau M 32 Derbys Ashford
Cecil W. Twigg Gdson 12 Scholar Derbys Ashford

1895 14 Sep - died at Ashford - see Will index entry below.

1896 30 Apr - Will index entry: HULLEY William of Ashford Bakewell Derbyshire Butcher died 14 Sep 1895. Admin-
-istration (with Will) Derby 30 Apr to Emma Jane Twigg (Wife of Joseph Twigg). Effects £1035.

1900 10 Nov - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - AUCTIONS - Ashford -TO BE SOLD by AUCTION by MR
ROBERT LOWE, at the Devonshire Arms Hotel, Ashford, on MONDAY, the 26th day of NOVEMBER
1900, At 4 for 4.30, in one Lot, subject to Conditions to be then produced:- TWO DWELLING HOUSES in
the village of Ashford, adjoining each other, in the occupation of Mrs Mary Skidmore and Mr. Caleb
Selby, bounded by the road leading from Bakewell to Buxton and by property belonging to Mr. Richard
Brushfield and William Hulley’s representatives. etc. The Property is Copyhold of the Manor of
Ashford, where the fines and rents are only nominal in amount.


Sarah Skidmore

1827 - born at Ashford-in-the Water - see 1861 census below.

1855 Jun qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley William Bakewell 7b 815 (GRO).

1855 11 Apr - married at Holy Trinity church, Ashford-in-the-Water: William Hulley Full age Bachelor Butcher Ashford
- father William Hulley Farmer; Sarah Skidmore Full age Spinster Ashford - father Elisha Skidmore
Farmer. Wits: Sarah Ann Skidmore, Mary Jane Skidmore.

1856 13 Oct - dau Emma Jane baptised at Ashford-in-the-Water church

1861 census
RG 9/2539 f39 DERBYSHIRE Ashford in the Water Greaves Lane
William Hulley Head Mar 36 Butcher Derbys
Sarah Hulley Wife Mar 34 Derbys Ashford-in-the-Water
Emma Hulley Dau Unmar 4 Derbys Ashford-in-the-Water

1862 13 Jan - dau Hannah born at Ashford.

1863 26 Jul - dau Annie born at Ashford.

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

1881 census
RG 11/3447 f. 44 Fennel St Ashford, Derby
William HULLEY Head M 56 Farmer 30 Acres & Butcher Empl...Men
Little Longstone, Derby
Sarah HULLEY Wife M 53 Ashford, Derby
Emma HULLEY Dau U 23 Ashford, Derby

1891 census
RG 12/2773 f141Ashford Funnel Street
William Hully Head M 66 Butcher Derbys Longstone
Sarah Hully Wife 66 Derbys Ashford
Emma J. Twigg Dau M 32 Derbys Ashford
Cecil W. Twigg Gdson 12 Scholar Derbys Ashford

1901 19 Jan - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - BAKEWELL PETTY SESSIONS - Albert Oldfield, labourer, of Ashford-in-the-
Water, was charged with trespassing on lands in the occupation of Sarah Hulley, at Ashford, in search of
conies, on the 22nd. of December. Mr. Cockerton prosecuted, and defendant pleaded guilty. A fine of 5s.
was imposed.

1901 census
RG 13/3268 f68 Ashford Fennel Street
Sarah Hulley Head W 73 Butcher Ashford Derbys
Emma J. Twigg Dau M 43 Ashford Derbys
Cecil W. Twigg G-son S 17 Butcher Ashford Derbys
Sarah Ann Holmes Cousn S 67 Ashford Derbys


334. Hannah Hulley

1862 04 Jan - born at Ashford-in-the-Water

1862 17 Jan - buried at Holy Trinity chuyrch, Ashford-in-the-Water: Hannah HULLEY Ashford 13 days.


335. Annie Hulley

1863 26 Jul - born at Ashford.


208. Sarah Hulley

1826 10 Sep - baptsied at St Giles church Great Longstone: Sarah dau of William & 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

1850 6 Oct - brother 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.

1855 Mar qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley Sarah Bakewell 7b 691 (FreeBMD).

1855 15 Mar - married at St John the Baptist church, Tideswell: George Breffitt Full age Bachelor Gardener Crossbrook
- father John Breffitt Draper; Sarah Hulley Full age Spinster Servant Crossbrook - father William Hulley
Butcher. Wits: Martha Housley, William Hulley.

1856 Mar qtr - dau Jane Hannah born at Bakewell RD: Breffitt Jane Hannah Bakewell 7b 555 (GRO).

1857 Dec qtr - son John William born at Bakewell RD: Breffitt John William Bakewell 7b 540
(FreeBMD).

1860 Mar qtr - son George Henry born at Bakewell RD: Breffitt George Henry Bakewell 7b 603 (GRO).

1861 census
RG 9/2544 f79r Litton Crossbrook Hall Bottom Lodge
George Briffit Head M 41 Master Gardener Derbys Alfreston
Sarah Briffit Wife M 33 Master Gardener's Wife Derbys Ashford
Jane H. Briffit Dau 5 Scholar Derbys Crossbrook
John H. Briffit Son 3 Scholar Derbys Crossbrook
George H. Briffit Son 1 Derbys Crossbrook


George Breffitt

1820 - born at Alfreton - see 1861 census below.

1855 Mar qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley Sarah Bakewell 7b 691 (FreeBMD).

1855 15 Mar - married at St John the Baptist church, Tideswell: George Breffitt Full age Bachelor Gardener Crossbrook
- father John Breffitt Draper; Sarah Hulley Full age Spinster Servant Crossbrook - father William Hulley
Butcher. Wits: Martha Housley, William Hulley.

1856 Mar qtr - dau Jane Hannah born at Bakewell RD: Breffitt Jane Hannah Bakewell 7b 555 (GRO).

1857 Dec qtr - son John William born at Bakewell RD: Breffitt John William Bakewell 7b 540
(FreeBMD).

1860 Mar qtr - son George Henry born at Bakewell RD: Breffitt George Henry Bakewell 7b 603 (GRO).

1861 census
RG 9/2544 f79r Litton Crossbrook Hall Bottom Lodge
George Briffit Head M 41 Master Gardener Derbys Alfreston
Sarah Briffit Wife M 33 Master Gardener's Wife Derbys Ashford
Jane H. Briffit Dau 5 Scholar Derbys Crossbrook
John H. Briffit Son 3 Scholar Derbys Crossbrook
George H. Briffit Son 1 Derbys Crossbrook

1865 08 Jun - father-in-law William Hulley made Will - copy held. Mentions "son-in-law George
Breffitt".


336. Jane Hannah Breffitt

1856 Mar qtr - born at Bakewell RD: Breffitt Jane Hannah Bakewell 7b 555 (GRO).


337. John William Breffitt

1857 Dec qtr - born at Bakewell RD: Breffitt John William Bakewell 7b 540 (FreeBMD).


338. George Henry Breffitt

1860 Mar qtr - born at Bakewell RD: Breffitt George Henry Bakewell 7b 603 (GRO).


211. John Hulley

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

1850 06 Oct - Entry in Admissions Register of the Manchester Warehousemen & Clerks' Orphan
Schools, Cheadle Hulme: (from Marriage Certificate)
HULLY, John, (20) Book-keeper, of Chapel St., Ardwick
DODSON, Mary Ann, (24)
Chapel St., Ardwick
6. 10.1850 at Manchester Cathedral
William Hulley, butcher
Richard Dodson, pattern designer

1851 21 Jul - son Herbert Henry born at Longsight Hall, Chorlton upon Medlock - Herbert Henry Boy - father John
Hulley Bookkeeper mother Mary Ann Hulley formerly Dodson. Informant - John Hulley Father Longsight
Hall Chorlton upon Medlock. Reg'd 16 Aug 1851 by Edwd. B. Rowley Registrar.

1853 19 May - daughter Hannah Jane born at Ardwick Lancs - see Manchester cathedral register entry below.

1853 20 Nov - daughter Hannah Jane baptised at Manchester cathedral: Hannah Jane dau of John and Mary Ann
Hulley Ardwick Bookkeeper. Born 19 May 1853.

1855 15 Jun - daughter Mary Elizabeth born at Manchester - see baptism entry below.

1856 11 May - daughter Mary Elizabeth baptised at Manchester cathedral: Mary Elizabeth dau. of John and Mary
Hulley Manchester Bookkeeper. Born 15 Jun 1855.

1857 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme Queen Street - John Hulley

1858 9 Jan - son George William born at Manchester - see baptism entry below.

1858 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme Queen Street - John Hulley

1858 09 Jan - Entry in Admissions Register of the Manchester Warehousemen & Clerks' Orphan
Schools, Cheadle Hulme:
HULLEY, George William (M)
John (Book Keeper)
Mary Ann nee
Queen St Ardwick

1859 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme Queen Street - John Hulley

1859 24 Sep - Entry in Admissions Register of the Manchester Warehousemen & Clerks' Orphan
Schools, Cheadle Hulme:
HULLEY, John Arthur (M)
John (Book Keeper)
Mary Ann nee
Queen St Rusholme

1859 9 Jan - son George William baptised at Manchester cathedral: George William son of John and Mary Ann Hulley
Manchester Warehouseman. Born 9 Jan 1858.

1859 24 Sep - son John Arthur born at Manchester - see baptism entry below.

1861 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme Queen Street - John Hully

1861 census
RG 9/2874 f50 Rusholme 9 Queen Street
John Hully Head Mar 30 Salesman Cotton Manfct? Derbyshire Longston
Mary A Hully Wife Mar 33 Lancs Manchester
Herbert H Hully Son 9 Scholar Lancs Manchester
Hannah J Hully Dau 7 Scholar Lancs Manchester
Mary E Hully Dau 5 Scholar Lancs Manchester
George W Hully Son 2 Lancs Rusholme
John A Hully Son 1 Lancs Rusholme

1862 25 May - son John Arthur baptised at Manchester cathedral: John Arthur son of John and Mary Ann Hulley
Manchester Agent. Born 24 Sep 1859.

1862 29 Nov - son Richard Dodson born at Rusholme - see baptism entry and 1881 census below.

1862 29 Nov - Entry in Admissions Register of the Manchester Warehousemen & Clerks' Orphan
Schools, Cheadle Hulme:
HULLEY, Richard Dodson (M)
John (Manchester Warhouse (sic) Man)
Mary Ann nee DODSON
Queen St, Rusholme, Ardwick, Chorlton

1863 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme Queen Street - John Hully

1863 10 May - son Richard Dodson baptised at Manchester cathedral: Richard Dodson son of John and Mary Ann
Hulley Manchester Clerk.

1864 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme Queen Street - John Hully

1865 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 6 Queen Street - John Hulley

1865 21 Aug - Executor to father's will: 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.

1866 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 6 Queen Street - John Hulley

1867 22 Jan - The Manchester Guardian: LEGAL NOTICES - TWO FREEHOLD HOUSES, with gardens. Lot 1 in
Victoria -street Rusholme, on the Didsbury Road, in the occupation of Mr. John Hulley and Mr. D. W.
Hilton: rental, £51. The site is free from chief rent, and contains 804 yards. There is sufficient room for
four more houses.

1868 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme Victoria Street - John Hulley

1868 23 Feb - made Will - copy held.

1868 03 Oct - died at Rusholme - see Will index entry below.

1868 06 Oct - The Manchester Guardian: COURT AND OFFICIAL – DIED - On the 3d inst. at Rusholme aged 38
JOHN HULLEY.

1868 26 Nov - Will index entry - Effects under £300. The Will of John Hulley late of 4 Victoria Street Rusholme near
Manchester in the County of Lancaster who died 3 Oct 1858 at Rusholme aforesaid was proved at
Manchester by the oath of Mary Ann Hulley of 4 Victoria Street aforesaid Widow the Relict the sole
Executrix.

1869 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme Victoria Street - John Hulley


Mary Ann Dodson

1826 - born in Derby - see marriage cert and 1881 census below.

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

1850 06 Oct - Entry in Admissions Register of the Manchester Warehousemen & Clerks' Orphan
Schools, Cheadle Hulme: (from Marriage Certificate)
HULLY, John, (20) Book-keeper, of Chapel St., Ardwick
DODSON, Mary Ann, (24)
Chapel St., Ardwick
6. 10.1850 at Manchester Cathedral
William Hulley, butcher
Richard Dodson, pattern designer

1851 21 Jul - son Herbert Henry born at Longsight Hall, Chorlton upon Medlock - Herbert Henry Boy -
father John Hulley Bookkeeper mother Mary Ann Hulley formerly Dodson. Informant -
John Hulley Father Longsight Hall Chorlton upon Medlock. Reg'd 16 Aug 1851 by Edwd.
B. Rowley Registrar.

1853 19 May - daughter Hannah Jane born at Ardwick Lancs - see Manchester cathedral register
entry below.

1853 20 Nov - daughter Hannah Jane baptised at Manchester cathedral: Hannah Jane dau of John
and Mary Ann Hulley Ardwick Bookkeeper. Born 19 May 1853.

1855 15 Jun - daughter Mary Elizabeth born at Manchester - see baptism entry below.

1856 11 May - daughter Mary Elizabeth baptised at Manchester cathedral: Mary Elizabeth dau. of
John and Mary Hulley Manchester Bookkeeper. Born 15 Jun 1855.

1858 9 Jan - son George William born at Manchester - see baptism entry below.

1858 09 Jan - Entry in Admissions Register of the Manchester Warehousemen & Clerks' Orphan
Schools, Cheadle Hulme:
HULLEY, George William (M)
John (Book Keeper)
Mary Ann nee
Queen St Ardwick

1859 9 Jan - son George William baptised at Manchester cathedral: George William son of John and
Mary Ann Hulley Manchester Warehouseman. Born 9 Jan 1858.

1859 24 Sep - Entry in Admissions Register of the Manchester Warehousemen & Clerks' Orphan
Schools, Cheadle Hulme:
HULLEY, John Arthur (M)
John (Book Keeper)
Mary Ann nee
Queen St Rusholme

1859 24 Sep - son John Arthur born at Manchester - see baptism entry below.

1861 census
RG 9/2874 f50 Rusholme 9 Queen Street
John Hully Head Mar 30 Salesman Cotton Manfct? Derbyshire Longston
Mary A Hully Wife Mar 33 Lancs Manchester
Herbert H Hully Son 9 Scholar Lancs Manchester
Hannah J Hully Dau 7 Scholar Lancs Manchester
Mary E Hully Dau 5 Scholar Lancs Manchester
George W Hully Son 2 Lancs Rusholme
John A Hully Son 1 Lancs Rusholme

1862 25 May - son John Arthur baptised at Manchester cathedral: John Arthur son of John and Mary
Ann Hulley Manchester Agent. Born 24 Sep 1859.

1862 29 Nov - son Richard Dodson born at Rusholme - see baptism entry and 1881 census below.

1862 29 Nov - Entry in Admissions Register of the Manchester Warehousemen & Clerks' Orphan
Schools, Cheadle Hulme:
HULLEY, Richard Dodson (M)
John (Manchester Warhouse (sic) Man)
Mary Ann nee DODSON
Queen St, Rusholme, Ardwick, Chorlton

1863 10 May - son Richard Dodson baptised at Manchester cathedral: Richard Dodson son of John
and Mary Ann Hulley Manchester Clerk.

1868 3 Oct - husband died at Rusholme - see Will index entry below.

1868 26 Nov - husband's Will index entry - Effects under £300. The Will of John Hulley late of 4
Victoria Street Rusholme near Manchester in the County of Lancaster who died 3 Oct
1858 at Rusholme aforesaid was proved at Manchester by the oath of Mary Ann Hulley
of 4 Victoria Street aforesaid Widow the Relict the sole Executrix.

1870 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme Victoria Street - Mrs Mary Hulley

1871 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme Victoria Street - Mrs Mary Hulley

1871 census
RG 10/3985 f92r MANCHESTER Rusholme 10 Victoria Street
Mary Anna Hully Head W 42 Lodging House Keeper Derbyshire Derby
Robert [sic] Henry Hully Son U 19 Warehouseman Lancs Manchester
Mary Elizabeth Hully Dau U 15 Scholar Lancs Manchester
Richard Dodson Hully Son 8 Lancs Manchester
John Ely Lodger 22 Assistant Architect Kent Rochester

1873 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme Victoria Street - Mrs Mary Hulley

1874 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 10 Victoria Street - Mary Hulley

1875 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 10 Victoria Street - Mary Hulley

1876 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 10 Victoria Street - Mary Ann Hulley

1877 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 10 Victoria Street - Mary Ann Hulley

1878 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 12 Victoria Street - Mary Ann Hulley

1879 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 12 Victoria Street - Mary Ann Hulley

1880 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 12 Victoria Street - Mary Ann Hulley

1881 census
RG 11/3911 f. 46 12 Victoria St Rusholme, LAN
Mary HULLY Head W 50 Householder Derby
Mary Eliz. HULLY Daur U 24 Manchester
Richard HULLY Son U 18 Engineer (Artizan) Rusholme Manchester
Sarah E. HILTON Visitor U 38 Lady Manchester

1882 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 12 Victoria Street - Mary Ann Hulley

1883 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 29 St John's Street - Mary Ann Hulley

1884 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 29 St John's Street - Mary Ann Hulley

1885 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 11 St John's Road - Mary Ann Hulley

1886 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 11 St John's Road - Mary Ann Hulley

1887 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme St John's Road - Mary Ann Hulley

1888 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 11 St John's Road - Mary Ann Hulley

1890 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 11 St John's Road - Mary Ann Hulley

1890 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 11 St John's Road - Mary Ann Hulley

1891 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 11 St John's Road - Mary Ann Hulley

1891 census
RG 12/3170 f127 Rusholme 11 St John's Road
Mary A. Hulley Head W 65 Living on own means Derbys Derby
Mary E. Woodall Dau M 33 Lancs Manchester
Marie Woodall G-dau 4 Lancs Manchester

1892 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 11 St John's Road - Mary Ann Hulley

1893 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 11 St John's Road - Mary Ann Hulley

1894 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 11 St John's Road - Mary Ann Hulley

1895 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 11 St John's Road - Mary Ann Hulley

1896 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 11 St John's Road - Mary Ann Hulley

1897 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 11 St John's Road - Mary Ann Hulley

1899 - Source: T Broome Undertakers Register : HULLEY Mary A 1899 Died 16 Mar 1899, Aged 70 years,
Funeral at Ardwick, Notes: Registered as MARY ANN.

1899 16 Mar - died at St John's Road Longsight - see Will index entry below.

1899 17 Mar - Manchester Evening News. DEATHS - HULLEY - On the 16th inst.l,at No. 11, St. John's Road, Longsight,
MARY HULLEY, aged 70, widow of the late John Hulley of Rusholme.

1899 3 Aug - Will index entry: Hulley Mary Ann Effects £829.7s.5d. Of 1 St John's Road Longsight
Manchester Widow died 16 Mar 1899. Probate Manchester 3 Aug to Herbert Henry
Hulley Salesman and Richard Dodson Hulley Gas Engineer.


219. James Harrison Hulley

1833 09 Mar - born at West Derby - see baptism entry below.

1833 14 Apr - baptised at St Mary the Virgin church West Derby: James Harrison Hulley s. of John & Anne Hulley West
Derby Labourer b. 09 Mar 1833

UK APPRENTICES INDENTURED IN MERCHANT NAVY 1824-1910.

Number of register Ticket 309,348
Name of Apprentice Jas. Harrison Hulley
Age when Bound 14
Date of Indenture 25 Aug 47
Date of Enrolment of Indenture 27 Aug 47
Term for which Bound 6
Indenture expires 25 Aug 53
Names & residences of Parties
To whom Bound W. & F. Strand L'pool
Vessel in which Apprentice is
to serve Lydia 477
Last report 10/41
Remarks LIVERPOOL
Over-written above entry:
Cancelled by Mutual consent at Lpool 13.11.48 ......ed 5.12.48

1845 - 1854 - Britain Merchant Seamen BT 114/11 f118
No. of Register Ticket: 309348
Name: Hulley Jas H. West Derby

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

1856 Jun qtr - married at West Derby RD: Hulley James Harrison Liverpool 8b 145 (GRO).

1856 27 Mar - Marriage Licence - List: James Harrison Hulley West Derby Mariner; Ann Jones Liverpool Spinster
Location - St Brides Liverpool.

1856 07 Apr - married at St Bride's church Liverpool: James Harrison Hulley Full age Bachelor Mariner West Derby -
father John Hulley Gardiner; Ann Jones Full age Spinster Canning Street - father Thomas Jones
Mariner. Wits. Isaac Bellwood, Mary Hulley.

1859 Jun qtr - son George born at West Derby RD: Hulley George West Derby 8b 434 (GRO).

1859 21 May - son George born at West Derby - see baptism entry below.

1859 19 Jun - son George baptised at St Bride's church Liverpool: James Hulley s. of James
Harrison Hulley Pilot & Ann Hulley Tue Brook, West Derby b. 26 Jan 1857.

1860 29 Dec - dau Marion born at West Derby - see baptism entry below.

1861Mar qtr - son George died at West Derby RD: Hulley George West Derby 8b 311 (GRO).

1861 Mar qtr - dau Marion born at West Derby RD: Hulley Marian West Derby 8b 302 (GRO).

1861 27 Feb - dau Marion baptised at St Bride's church Liverpool: Marion Hulley d. of James
Harrison Hulley Pilot & Ann Hulley Tue Brook, West Derby b. 29 Dec 1860.

1861 census
RG 9/2701 f60 Liverpool Toxteth Park 1 Dolling Street
Thomas Jones Head M 69 Mariner England Somersetshire
Mary Jones Wife M 61 England Somersetshire
Richard Jones Son M 29 Mariner England Somersetshire
Rachael Jones Dau M 21 England Somersetshire
Ann Hulley Dau M 35 England Somersetshire
Marian Hulley Granddau 3mos England Liverpool

1862 Dec qtr - son William born at West Derby RD: Hulley William West Derby 8b 325 (GRO).

1862 14 Sep - son William born at Liverpool - see baptism entry below.

1862 14 Dec - son William baptised at St Bride's church Liverpool: William Hulley s. of James
Harrison Hulley Pilot & Ann Hulley 7 Lyndock Street b. 14 Sep 1862.

1864 Mar qtr - dau Edith born at West Derby RD: Hulley Edith West Derby 8b 363 (GRO).

1864 30 Jul - Cheshire Observer and Chester, Birkenhead, Crewe and North Wales Times
COLLISION OFF THE MERSEY - the following is the official report on Captain Williams, and the pilot, Mr
Hulley, of the steamship Cognac:-
On Saturday, July 23, at about 10:15 p.m., while the steamship Cognac, from Cadiz, was proceeding up
from Crosby Lightship towards the Rock Light, the night being very clear, all the lights prescribed by the
Act of Parliament burning brightly, both captain and pilot being on the bridge, keeping a good look-out,
with the mate on the Forecastle, a masthead light with a red light was discovered, with a glimmer of
green at the same time. The steamer ahead seemed to keep steady with the same bearing, S. by E. half
E. The pilot ordered the helm to port. Still the vessel approached in the same course, with port light
appearing brightly about a point on the port bow. The pilot ordered the helm still more aport; and seeing
her come close to ordered it "hard aport,” and stopped and reversed the engines at full speed to try and
avoid collision, as, to all appearance, the other a vessel had put her helm hard-a-starboard. The vessel
in question proved to be the Golden Pledge, and was struck on the fore part of the paddle-box, on the
starboard side and went down in about five minutes. We immediately lowered our boats to save the lives
of the men, and succeeded in rescuing several of them. The captain, mate, and pilot got over our bows,
and the remainder of the crew, with the exception of three, were picked up by a boatman named Plunkett,
who had his boat towing astern of the Golden Pledge.
(Signed) J. WILLIAMS, Captain.
J. H. HULLEY, Pilot.

1864 LIVERPOOL TRADES DIRECTORY
Commercial directory Hulley James, Pilot 7 Lynedogh Street West Derby Road

1865 LIVERPOOL TRADES DIRECTORY
Hulley James H Pilot 7 Lynedoch St West Derby Rd (60yds)

1866 10 Aug - dau Anne born at Liverpool - see baptism entry below.

1866 21 Nov - dau Anne baptised at St Bride's church Liverpool: Anne Hulley d. of James Harrison
Hulley Pilot & Ann Hulley 7 Lyndock Street b. 10 Aug 1866.

1866 Sep qtr - dau Anne born at West Derby RD: Hulley Anne West Derby 8b 405 (GRO).

1867 24 Oct - son John born at Liverpool - see baptism entry below.

1868 Mar qtr - son John born at West Derby RD: Hulley John West Derby 8b 391 (GRO).

1868 LIVERPOOL TRADES DIRECTORY
Hulley James H Pilot 7 Lynedoch St West Derby Road E

1869 10 Oct - son John baptised at St Peter's church Liverpool: John Hulley s. of James Harrison
Hulley Pilot & Ann Hulley Tue Brook, West Derby b. 24 Oct 1867.

1870 Mar qtr - dau Edith died at West Derby RD: Hulley Edith 6 West Derby 8b 383 (GRO).

1870 Mar qtr - son William died at West Derby RD: Hulley William 7 West Derby 8b 391 (GRO).

1870 Jan 26 - Liverpool Mercury -Deaths - Hulley - Jan.21, Chester-road, Tuebrook, …years, William, second son of Mr
J. H. Hulley.

1870 Jan 26 - Liverpool Mercury -Deaths - Hulley - Jan.21, Chester-road, Tuebrook, …years,
William, second son of Mr J. H. Hulley.

1870 Mar qtr - dau Edith died at West Derby RD: Hulley Edith 6 West Derby 8b 383 (GRO).

1870 LIVERPOOL TRADES DIRECTORY
James Harrison Hulley Pilot 21 Chester Rd Wst Drby Rd E


1871 census
RG 11/3848 5r West Derby 19 Chester Road
James H. Hully Head M 38 Pilot West Derby
Ann Hully Wife M 45 Toxteth Park L'pool
James Hully Son 14 Scholar Overton L'pool
Marian Hully Dau 10 Scholar Overton L'pool
Ann Hully Dau 4 Overton L'pool
John Hully Son 3 Overton L'pool

1873 Aug 11 - Liverpool Mercury - A Heavy Gale - Loss of a Melbourne Packet off the Bar
Gallant Services of the Liverpool & New Brighton Lifeboats.
The New Brighton lifeboat took off the captain, mate, three seamen, two passengers, Mr James Hulley,
the pilot, and the cook, who was last man to leave the ship, and with these the boat immediately made
for New Brighton, which was reached at about 10 o'clock, when all were taken on shore, and their wants
attended to.

1873 Aug 19 - Liverpool Mercury - The Loss of the Dunmail off the Port. Board of Trade Enquiry.
An enquiry touching the loss of the Dunmail, which was wrecked under somewhat extraordinary circum-
-stances off the bar on the morning of Sunday, the 10th instant, was commenced yesterday at the
Liverpool police court, before Mr H. Mansfield, deputy stipendiary magistrate, and Captain's Oates and
Wilson. Mr L. V. Hamel appeared for the Board of Trade, and Mr Tyndall, for the captain, Mr James
Fisher.
Mr Hamel, in opening the case, said he appeared before the court to inquire into the stranding of the
Dunmail, off the bar of the Mersey, on Sunday, the 10th instant. She was an iron vessel, built at White-
- haven, and was registered in Liverpool during the present year. She was ship rigged and clinch built;
her length was 242 feet, breadth 30 feet 6 inches, and depth 22 feet. Her gross tonnage was 1307, and
her registered tonnage 1337; and she was owned by Mr James Fisher, the late master, and Mr Joseph
Sproat, both of Harrington, Cumberland.
The vessel left the Canning basin in charge of James Harrison Hully, a licensed pilot of the port of
Liverpool, on the day previous to the stranding, about half-past 11 in the morning of Saturday, the 9th
instant, being towed by the steam tug Cruiser to the Sloyne, 3 miles higher up the river, where she
anchored for the purpose of completing her cargo. This being done, those on board the Dunmail
commenced weighing anchor about none o’clock p.m. on the 9th, the wind blowing strong from the
North-west, and she finally proceeded on her voyage, in tow of the same tug, with a crew on board of 32
hands, incl Captain James Fisher, who held a master's certificate of competency. She had on board a
general cargo, was bound for Melbourne and carried 29 passengers, of whom the majority were
women and children.
Mr Mansfield: was she a passenger ship within the meaning of the act?
Mr Tyndall: she was not.
Mr Hamel continued that the vessel appeared to have passed the Rock Lighthouse about 12 30, and to
have reached the Formby Lightship about 2:30 a.m. on Sunday the 10th, and about three-quarters of an
hour later -- about a quarter-past three or thereabouts -- she struck on the bar. As soon as the vessel
struck the tug continued to steam away for some minutes, then getting broadside on to the tide, slipped
the hawser, and as she passed the vessel those on board the tug shouted they were going for the
lifeboat.
The tug returned to the wreck, between eight and nine o'clock the same morning, accompanied by the
lifeboat from Liverpool. Some time after, the lifeboat from New Brighton came up, and by that means
the crew and passengers were taken off safely and landed.
Mr Mansfield: where were they landed?
Mr Hamel: at New Brighton. He went on to say -- It appears to me that the principal points to be consid-
-ered in this enquiry are - First, whether it was a prudent or imprudent thing for the master of a vessel of
great size to weigh anchor and commence his journey at a late state of the tide, in the face of a strong
head wind blowing from the north-west, which was then increasing, and knowing at the time that he had
to run a distance of 14 miles before he could cross a dangerous bar and get into the open sea; and,
secondly, if imprudent, how far that imprudence was increased by the fact of his knowing, as he must
have done, that his vessel, heavily laden, and drawing nigh upon 20 feet of water, must be towed a
distance of 14 miles before reaching the bar, knowing that at nine p.m., the time at which he comm-
-enced weighing anchor, the tide was then half-flood, so that he would have about three hours’ tide
against him even if he could start at once. But the evidence will show, I think, that the anchor could not
be got up and the vessel make a start before ten o'clock; knowing that high water was at 12 15 that
night; knowing, as he ought to have done, even if he did not, that the depth of water on the bar would be
at high water, 29 ft; low water, 9 ft; and half ebb, 19 ft. Knowing, with the wind then blowing, that he
would have to encounter and allow for at least a 5 or 6 feet sea by the time he got to the bar; and
knowing, also, that he was responsible not only for his own life, but for the safety of the lives of his crew,
31 in number; and last but not least, for the safety of the lives of the 29 passengers, of whom the
majority were women or helpless children, all of whom are committed to his charge; it will be for the
court to consider whether in calculating his chances he ought not to have allowed the strong adverse
wind, the state of the tide, and the size and draught of his ship, and not put to sea at the time he did.
The crew were nautical men and able to form their own opinions as regarded safety in these matters;
but the passengers, who were, or may be presumed to be, all unacquainted with nautical matters, such
as the state of the tide and depth of water on the bar, &c., form a special feature in this enquiry, and
seem to my mind to place a far heavier tax and responsibility on the right judgement of the master, to
whose care they had committed themselves.
Mr Mansfield: As I understand your contention, you say that the master was guilty of negligence.
Mr Hamel: It is rather for the court to say after hearing the evidence.
Mr Mansfield: but that is your contention.
Mr Hamel said that the present proceedings were in the nature of an enquiry and not a prosecution.
Mr Mansfield said, the first thing the court had to decide was whether the master had done anything to
do to deserve the forfeiture of his certificate, and they expected that the gentlemen who had charge of
the inquiry were prepared to say that to say what they proposed to prove upon that point. The court had
to deal with was, how was the vessel lost, because it was desirable for the Board of Trade to be
informed really what was the cause -- whether it was owing to the pilotage or lighting system, so that
the attention of the board might be called to matters affecting public navigation.
When the captain was brought there for the forfeiture of his certificate, he thought the court should be
informed of the allegation against him. If Mr Hamel's contention was right, the course would be to bring
a mass of facts before the court, and leave them to be prosecutors as well as judges.
Mr Hamel. This is an enquiry. I produced the witnesses and give evidence against the master as well
as in his favour, so the truth may be arrived at. If you ask me whether the master was guilty, in this case,
of negligence, I should say, upon the evidence most strongly, that he was guilty of neglect in proceeding
to sea that night.
Mr Mansfield. Prima facie there is neglect, assumed when a vessel is lost. You say you impute neglect.
Mr Hamel. I say, from looking over the papers, that I think the captain was guilty of an error of judge-
- ment in going out at that time.
Joseph Archer, chief mate of the Dunmail, was called, and gave evidence, in the course of which he
said the pilot was on the poop all the time, and was attending to his duties, so far as the witness could
see. After the vessel struck, and the first hawser parted, those on board called to the captain of the tug
to come back and take a second hawser, but this was not done.
By Mr Mansfield: I was not present at any conversations between the captain and the pilot or the captain
of the Cruiser previous to starting.
By Mr Tyndall: It was a fine clear night when we struck. When we weighed anchor it was not such
extraordinary weather as to prevent us going to sea. The pilot was on board all day, and the anchor
was weighed at his orders, the vessel was under his care, and all his orders were carried out by the
crew from the time of starting up to the time the vessel struck on the bar. If you had been the master of
that ship, would you have put to sea the same night as your master did?
Yes, I would.
Mr Mansfield. In your opinion it was a reasonable and safe thing to do?
Yes, at the time we left the Sloyne.
Are you aware that there was a desire to make a quick passage, and that Dunmail was racing against
any other vessel?
Nothing was said to me about that. The crew and every person on board were perfectly sober.
That passengers would have had great difficulty in escaping without the assistance of the lifeboat?
Yes. Nine o'clock was not too late to go out in that state of the tide.
What, in your opinion, was the cause of the accident? My opinion is that the cause of the accident was
that we were too late for the tide at the bar for one thing, and I don't think the steamtug did justice to us.
She did not seem to tow us very fast. I think she might have gone faster. I could not give any idea
whether the tug had a full pressure of steam. The captain of the tug made no communication to
the pilot after the ship struck.
William Edkin, the third mate of the Dunmail, said that in his opinion the cause of the accident was that
there was not enough water on the bar for the vessel. In answer to Mr Tyndall, he said that if he had
been master of the vessel he should have started at half past nine o’clock on the night in question. He
should have considered it prudent to have done so.
Others of the crew having given evidence, the enquiry was adjourned until today (Tuesday).

1873 Aug 20 - Liverpool Mercury - The Loss of the Dunmail - Board of Trade Enquiry (incl.)
James Harrison Hulley, pilot, said he had (unreadable) of the ship Dunmail. When
they got to the Formby Lightship the wind blew fresh, and the sea began to get
rough. After passing the Lightship, the wind increased, and the sea ran high. The
vessel had to go ahead as soon as more (unreadable turning round. He had an
idea of coming back, but was deterred by the difficulties in his (unreadable. The
course was continued, and the ship struck a bar. That was about a quarter past
three (unreadable) A white light was shone over the bows when the ship struck,
the meaning being for the tug to come back and bind on another hawser.

1873 Aug 21 - Liverpool Mercury - The Loss of the Dunmail - The Conduct of the Lifeboat Crews
The enquiry instituted by the Board of Trade into the circumstances attending the
loss of the Dunmail was resumed yesterday, in the police buildings, Gale-Street,
before Mr Mansfield, Deputy stipendiary magistrate, assisted by Captain Oates and
Wilson as assessors.
J. H. Hulley, the pilot of the vessel, was recalled, and in answer to questions put by
the court said he never left the vessel from the time he first went on board. He made
some remarks to the captain about the state of the weather. He said it was rather a
strong breeze, but it was moderating, and he would take the ship to sea. To his
recollection, he did not say anything about its being safe or unsafe. Mr Mansfield:
Are you quite certain that you said nothing about its being hazardous? I am quite
certain. Mr Mansfield: Did you say anything at all about it being dangerous to go to
sea? Perhaps I have been speaking to one or two of the partics and had spoken
freely, and it would have been better if I'd kept my mouth shut. I said I would not take
the ship to sea without it moderated. When the captain came on board, I said, "There
is no risk, no danger; let the ship go to sea, and I will take her.” Witness said nothing
to the captain afterwards, and he had the charge of the ship from that moment. When
he weighed anchor he thought there is no danger. As they went down the river, he
said nothing to the captain about the chance of getting over the bar, and the captain
said nothing to him. Mr Mansfield: Did he at any time before the vessel struck make
any enquiry as to how you were getting on, whether things were going on well or not?
I don't think he did - and not to the best of my recollection. All that I can recollect is,
that the captain came on deck and said, "Are you all right;" that was after we passed
the Formby Lightship. I said, "All the right; we are going on well," as far as I can
recollect. Mr Mansfield: You always led him to believe you were all right. I did until
the last minute. Mr Mansfield: you told us yesterday there would have been quite
enough water in moderate weather to have got over the bar. How do you make out
that calculation? I know what water there is on the bar. It was only the day before I
surveyed it and found two feet more water than I did in the calculation in the tide
tables. I calculated that a strong westerly wind would put up the tide by not less than
three feet. Captain Oates: Where did you find two feet more? Almost in the same
place where the ship struck. Captain Oates: Would that difference of water warrant
you in supposing that there would be the same next night? I should think more so,
because they would be more wind. Captain Wilson: By your calculation make 23 or
24 feet of water? I calculate 23 or 24 feet. Captain Oates: When you just got under
weigh what time did you anticipate being on the bar? From two to half past two
o'clock. Captain Wilson: And under these circumstances you advised the captain that
it was safe to proceed? No advising about it at all; it was all left to me, and I had
every confidence in myself until I passed the Rock Light. I calculated when I got to
the mouth of the river there would be less wind. There was not near the wind when
we passed the Rock Light that there was in the river,. By Captain Wilson: The
captain was quite sober, and so was the witness. By Mr Mansfield: Witness had
gone over the bar in worse weather with as heavy a ship in almost her own draught
of water.
The court then retired to consider judgement, and were absent about two hours.
On returning, Mr Mansfield said In this case we have had to enquire into the loss of a
large and valuable ship, the Dunmail, which left this port on the 9th of this month, and
was wrecked on the bar with a very few within a very few hours after she had left her
anchorage. We have considered with great care, the evidence that has been laid
before us and the arguments of the learned gentlemen who have appeared. We
must observe that, in the first place, we cannot assent to the principle insisted on by
Mr Tyndall, that the responsibility of the master of a ship ceases from the moment a
pilot comes on board his vessel. We think he is bound to exercise a vigilant
supervision; and though the advice of the pilot is of the greatest value, the master is
not bound to follow it implicitly if it appears in his deliberate judgement to involve the
danger of the ship. It certainly rests with the master to determine whether he shall
put to sea at all, and to say whether under threatening circumstances he will proceed
or turn back. In this case the Dunmail had on board an experienced pilot, to whose
errors in calculation of the tides the loss of the ship is primarily to be attributed; but it
is also questionable whether on the night of the 9th of August it was prudent to
proceed at all to sea, or to continue the voyage after the Rock Light had been
passed. The disaster, however, but not due to the bad weather, but to the want of
water on the bar, which with which the pilot might be presumed to be familiar. We
are not satisfied that the master exercised as active a supervision of the pilot and the
navigation of the vessel from the time of her leaving the Sloyne as he might and
ought to have done. We think that when the Rock Light had been passed, the master
ought to have perceived from the time that had been occupied in coming from the
Sloyne how doubtful was the chance of passing the bar in safety that night, and
should at least have conferred with the pilot as to the expediency of proceeding on
the voyage. He does not appear at any time to have received anything more than a
general assertion, with which he was satisfied, that all was right; whilst the
circumstances were such as ought to have aroused his vigilance, and led him to
ascertain beyond doubt from the pilot whether in the then state of the weather and the
tide it was safe to proceed. We find, therefore, that the master has been guilty of
neglect, and his certificate will be suspended for three months from this date. We
think it our duty to add one word more with respect to the steps that were taken to
save the lives of the crew and passengers on board the Dunmail. The Liverpool and
New Brighton life-boats were launched, manned, and taken to the scene of the
calamity with the utmost promptitude, and the crews and passengers were landed in
safety. I do think, and we all think, it must be a matter of just satisfaction to the people
of this neighbourhood, who have contributed so largely to the foundation of these
institutions to see how invaluable they prove in the hour of danger for the preservation
of human life; and we also think that the people of these two counties may be justly
proud that they are to be found men ready to risk their lives, and who have the
courage to undertake and the skill and coolness to carry out such perilous and
arduous enterprises. We are confident that these men will have earned the esteem
and approbation of all the people of this neighbourhood. To them it will be a great
and enduring distinction to have borne a part in this noble achievement.
Mr Tyndall, on behalf of the captain, submitted that the court had no power to
suspend his certificate, because it had not been proved that before the enquiry he
was served with a true report from the Board of Trade of the matters on which the
enquiry was founded. The objection was, however, overruled by the court.

1881 census
RG 11/3714 f60 30 Oak Leigh West Derby
James H. HULLEY Head M 48 Pilot West Derby, Lancs
Ann HULLEY Wife M 55 Liverpool, Lancs
Marian HULLEY Dau U 20 Dressmaker Liverpool, Lancs
Ann HULLEY Dau 14 Scholar Liverpool, Lancs
John HULLEY Son 13 Scholar Liverpool, Lancs
William E. DIXON Neph 6 Scholar Liverpool, Lancs

1888 Jun qtr - died at West Derby RD: Hulley James Harrison 55 West Derby 8b 254 (GRO)

1890 May 16 - Liverpool Mercury - In Memoriam - Hulley In loving memory of James Harrison,
pilot, the dearly-beloved husband of A Hulley, who fell asleep May 16, 1888.
Deeply regretted.

1896 May 15 - Liverpool Mercury In Memoriam. Hulley -- in a loving memory of James Harrison
Hulley, pilot, of this port (No. 8 boat), the beloved husband of Ann Hulley, who fell
asleep at Stanley Hospital, May 15, 1888. Deeply regretted by his wife and children.


Anne Jones

1826 - born at Somerstshire - see 1861 census below.

1856 Jun qtr - married at West Derby RD: Hulley James Harrison Liverpool 8b 145 (GRO).

1856 07 Apr - married at St Bride's church Liverpool: James Harrison Hulley Full age Bachelor Mariner West Derby -
father John Hulley Gardiner; Ann Jones Full age Spinster Canning Street - father Thomas Jones
Mariner. Wits. Isaac Bellwood, Mary Hulley.

1859 Jun qtr - son George born at West Derby RD: Hulley George West Derby 8b 434 (GRO).

1859 21 May - son George born at West Derby - see baptism entry below.

1859 19 Jun - son George baptised at St Bride's church Liverpool: James Hulley s. of James
Harrison Hulley Pilot & Ann Hulley Tue Brook, West Derby b. 26 Jan 1857.

1860 29 Dec - dau Marion born at West Derby - see baptism entry below.

1861Mar qtr - son George died at West Derby RD: Hulley George West Derby 8b 311 (GRO).

1861 Mar qtr - dau Marion born at West Derby RD: Hulley Marian West Derby 8b 302 (GRO).

1861 27 Feb - dau Marion baptised at St Bride's church Liverpool: Marion Hulley d. of James
Harrison Hulley Pilot & Ann Hulley Tue Brook, West Derby b. 29 Dec 1860.

1861 census
RG 9/2701 f60 Liverpool Toxteth Park 1 Dolling Street
Thomas Jones Head M 69 Mariner England Somersetshire
Mary Jones Wife M 61 England Somersetshire
Richard Jones Son M 29 Mariner England Somersetshire
Rachael Jones Dau M 21 England Somersetshire
Ann Hulley Dau M 35 England Somersetshire
Marian Hulley Granddau 3mos England Liverpool

1862 Dec qtr - son William born at West Derby RD: Hulley William West Derby 8b 325 (GRO).

1862 14 Sep - son William born at Liverpool - see baptism entry below.

1862 14 Dec - son William baptised at St Bride's church Liverpool: William Hulley s. of James
Harrison Hulley Pilot & Ann Hulley 7 Lyndock Street b. 14 Sep 1862.

1864 Mar qtr - dau Edith born at West Derby RD: Hulley Edith West Derby 8b 363 (GRO).

1866 10 Aug - dau Anne born at Liverpool - see baptism entry below.

1866 21 Nov - dau Anne baptised at St Bride's church Liverpool: Anne Hulley d. of James Harrison
Hulley Pilot & Ann Hulley 7 Lyndock Street b. 10 Aug 1866.

1868 Mar qtr - son John born at West Derby RD: Hulley John West Derby 8b 391 (GRO).

1867 24 Oct - son John born at Liverpool - see baptism entry below.

1869 10 Oct - son John baptised at St Peter's church Liverpool: John Hulley s. of James Harrison
Hulley Pilot & Ann Hulley Tue Brook, West Derby b. 24 Oct 1867.

1870 Mar qtr - son William died at West Derby RD: Hulley William 7 West Derby 8b 391 (GRO).

1870 Jan 26 - Liverpool Mercury -Deaths - Hulley - Jan.21, Chester-road, Tuebrook, …years,
William, second son of Mr J. H. Hulley.

1870 Mar qtr - dau Edith died at West Derby RD: Hulley Edith 6 West Derby 8b 383 (GRO).

1871 census
RG 11/3848 5r West Derby 19 Chester Road
James H. Hully Head M 38 Pilot West Derby
Ann Hully Wife M 45 Toxteth Park L'pool
James Hully Son 14 Scholar Overton L'pool
Marian Hully Dau 10 Scholar Overton L'pool
Ann Hully Dau 4 Overton L'pool
John Hully Son 3 Overton L'pool

1881 census
RG 11/3714 f60 30 Oak Leigh West Derby
James H. HULLEY Head M 48 Pilot West Derby, Lancs
Ann HULLEY Wife M 55 Liverpool, Lancs
Marian HULLEY Dau U 20 Dressmaker Liverpool, Lancs
Ann HULLEY Dau 14 Scholar Liverpool, Lancs
John HULLEY Son 13 Scholar Liverpool, Lancs
William E. DIXON Neph 6 Scholar Liverpool, Lancs

1888 Jun qtr - husband died at West Derby RD: Hulley James Harrison 55 West Derby 8b 254 (GRO)

1891 census
RG 13/2999 f51 West Derby 30 Oak Leigh
Ann Hulley Head W 65 Living on Own Means Liverpool Lancs
Ann Hulley Dau S 24 Dressmaker Liverpool Lancs


345. James Hulley

1857 Mar qtr - born at West Derby RD: Hulley James West Derby 8b 345 (GRO).

1857 26 Jan - born at West Derby - see baptism entry below.

1857 03 May - baptised at St Bride's church Liverpool: James Hulley s. of James Harrison Hulley Pilot &
Ann Hulley Tue Brook, West Derby b. 26 Jan 1857.


346. George Hulley

1859 Jun qtr - born at West Derby RD: Hulley George West Derby 8b 434 (GRO).

1859 21 May - born at West Derby - see baptism entry below.

1859 19 Jun - baptised at St Bride's church Liverpool: George Hulley s. of James Harrison Hulley Pilot &
Ann Hulley West Derby b. 21 May 1859.

1861Mar qtr - died at West Derby RD: Hulley George West Derby 8b 311 (GRO).


347. Marian Hulley

1860 29 Dec - born at West Derby - see baptism entry below.

1861 Mar qtr - born at West Derby RD: Hulley Marian West Derby 8b 302 (GRO).

1861 27 Feb - baptised at St Bride's church Liverpool: Marion Hulley d. of James Harrison Hulley
Pilot & Ann Hulley Tue Brook, West Derby b. 29 Dec 1860.

1861 census
RG 9/2701 f60 Liverpool Toxteth Park 1 Dolling Street
Thomas Jones Head M 69 Mariner England Somersetshire
Mary Jones Wife M 61 England Somersetshire
Richard Jones Son M 29 Mariner England Somersetshire
Rachael Jones Dau M 21 England Somersetshire
Ann Hulley Dau M 35 England Somersetshire
Marian Hulley Granddau 3mos England Liverpool

1871 census
RG 11/3848 5r West Derby 19 Chester Road
James H. Hully Head M 38 Pilot West Derby
Ann Hully Wife M 45 Toxteth Park L'pool
James Hully Son 14 Scholar Overton L'pool
Marian Hully Dau 10 Scholar Overton L'pool
Ann Hully Dau 4 Overton L'pool
John Hully Son 3 Overton L'pool

1881 census
RG 11/3714 f60 30 Oak Leigh West Derby
James H. HULLEY Head M 48 Pilot West Derby, Lancs
Ann HULLEY Wife M 55 Liverpool, Lancs
Marian HULLEY Dau U 20 Dressmaker Liverpool, Lancs
Ann HULLEY Dau 14 Scholar Liverpool, Lancs
John HULLEY Son 13 Scholar Liverpool, Lancs
William E. DIXON Neph 6 Scholar Liverpool, Lancs

1883 Sep qtr - married at West Derby RD: Hulley Marian West Derby 8b 842 (GRO).

1883 - Lancs BMD marriage entry: HULLEY Marion MUTLOW Charles Walton, St. Margaret

1883 25 Sep - married at St Margaret's church Anfield: Charles Mutlow 31 Bachelor Mariner 106 Whitefield Rd. - father
Henry Mutlow Gentleman; Marion Hulley 22 Spinster 30 Oak Lea Tue Brook - father james Hulley Pilot.
Wits. Henry Mutlow, Annie Hulley.

1911 census
West Derby RD 455, SRD West Derby Eastern ED 3 Piece 22613 63 Celt Street
John Hulley Head 43 W Mariner Lancs Liverpool
Marian Hulley Dau 15 S House Keeper Lancs Liverpool
John J.H. Hulley Son 12 School Lancs Liverpool
Charles Hulley Son 10 School Lancs Liverpool
William Hulley Son 5 School Lancs Liverpool
George Hulley Son 3 Lancs Liverpool
Marian Mutlow Sister 49 W Dress Maker Lancs Liverpool


Charles Mutlow

1852 - born - see marriage entry below.

1883 Sep qtr - married at West Derby RD: Hulley Marian West Derby 8b 842 (GRO).

1883 - Lancs BMD marriage entry: HULLEY Marion MUTLOW Charles Walton, St. Margaret
Liverpool 2011WD/1/104.

1883 25 Sep - married at St Margaret's church Anfield: Charles Mutlow 31 Bachelor Mariner 106 Whitefield Rd. - father
Henry Mutlow Gentleman; Marion Hulley 22 Spinster 30 Oak Lea Tue Brook - father james Hulley Pilot.
Wits. Henry Mutlow, Annie Hulley.


348. William Hulley

1862 Dec qtr - born at West Derby RD: Hulley William West Derby 8b 325 (GRO).

1862 14 Sep - born at Liverpool - see baptism entry below.

1862 14 Dec - baptised at St Bride's church Liverpool: William Hulley s. of James Harrison Hulley Pilot
& Ann Hulley 7 Lyndock Street b. 14 Sep 1862.

1870 Mar qtr - died at West Derby RD: Hulley William 7 West Derby 8b 391 (GRO).

1870 Jan 26 - Liverpool Mercury -Deaths - Hulley - Jan.21, Chester-road, Tuebrook, …years,
William, second son of Mr J. H. Hulley.


349. Edith Hulley

1864 Mar qtr - born at West Derby RD: Hulley Edith West Derby 8b 363 (GRO).

1870 Mar qtr - died at West Derby RD: Hulley Edith 6 West Derby 8b 383 (GRO).


350. Anne Hulley

1866 Sep qtr - born at West Derby RD: Hulley Anne West Derby 8b 405 (GRO).

1866 10 Aug - born at Liverpool - see baptism entry below.

1866 21 Nov - baptised at St Bride's church Liverpool: Anne Hulley d. of James Harrison Hulley Pilot
& Ann Hulley 7 Lyndock Street b. 10 Aug 1866.

1871 census
RG 11/3848 5r West Derby 19 Chester Road
James H. Hully Head M 38 Pilot West Derby
Ann Hully Wife M 45 Toxteth Park L'pool
James Hully Son 14 Scholar Overton L'pool
Marian Hully Dau 10 Scholar Overton L'pool
Ann Hully Dau 4 Overton L'pool
John Hully Son 3 Overton L'pool

1881 census
RG 11/3714 f60 30 Oak Leigh West Derby
James H. HULLEY Head M 48 Pilot West Derby, Lancs
Ann HULLEY Wife M 55 Liverpool, Lancs
Marian HULLEY Dau U 20 Dressmaker Liverpool, Lancs
Ann HULLEY Dau 14 Scholar Liverpool, Lancs
John HULLEY Son 13 Scholar Liverpool, Lancs
William E. DIXON Neph 6 Scholar Liverpool, Lancs

1891 census
RG 13/2999 f51 West Derby 30 Oak Leigh
Ann Hulley Head W 65 Living on Own Means Liverpool Lancs
Ann Hulley Dau S 24 Dressmaker Liverpool Lancs


220. Mary Hulley

1836 06 Mar - born at West Derby - see baptism entry below.

1836 28 Aug - baptised at St Mary the Virgin church West Derby: Mary Hulley d. of John & Anne Hulley
West Derby Farmer b. 06 Mar 1836.

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

1857 Mar qtr - son James born at West Derby RD: Hulley James West Derby 8b 345 (GRO).

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 Dec qtr - married at West Derby RD: Hulley Mary West Derby 8b 624 (GRO).

1864 16 Oct - married at St Mary's church Edge Hill, Liverpool: Lawrence Howard - father James
Howard: Mary Hulley - father John Hulley (IGI).

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


Lawrence Howard

1835 - born at Ormskirk - see 1881 census below.

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

1864 16 Oct - married at St Mary's church Edge Hill, Liverpool: Lawrence Howard - father James
Howard: Mary Hulley - father John Hulley (IGI).

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


352. James Hulley

1857 Mar qtr - born at West Derby RD: Hulley James West Derby 8b 345 (GRO).

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 (? mother of James below)
James Hulley Grandson 4 West Derby Lancs


1924 24 Dec - listed as a Merchant Seaman (Find My Past)
N.R. 5 (1930) C.R. 2. Dis.A, No. 995210
Name of Seaman James Hulley
Birth: Year 1857 Place L'pool
Rank or Rating 2 Cook
Name and Official No. of Ship - ? Chuverleck? 145166
Date of Engagement 24 Dec 1924.


222. Sarah Hulley

1831 - born at Tipton - see 1851 census below

1845 26 Oct - married at Manchester cathedral: Thomas Frederick Wetherell Full Bachelor Salesman Bradford Street -
father William Wetherell Gardener; Sarah x Hulley Full Spinster Stretford Road - father Joseph Hulley
Gardener. Wits. Thomas Frederick Wetherell, Sarah x Hulley.

1851 census
HO 107/2029 f396r Tipton Dudley Road
Thomas Wetherell Head M 22 Pudler? Dudley
Sarah Wetherell Wife M 20 Pudler? Tipton
George Henry Wetherell Son 5 Dudley Port

Note; This person has been provisionally allocated to this family. A search of my archives has shown that the only link between Sarah and her father Joseph is the fact that she was born at Tipton in 1831, married at Manchester cathedral and a member of the Derbyshire Hulley family ie George Hulley born at Little Longstone in 1823 was also living at Tipton in 1851.


Thomas Frederick Wetherell

1829 - born at Dudley - see 1851 census below

1845 26 Oct - married at Manchester cathedral: Thomas Frederick Wetherell Full Bachelor Salesman Bradford Street -
father William Wetherell Gardener; Sarah x Hulley Full Spinster Stretford Road - father Joseph Hulley
Gardener. Wits. Thomas Frederick Wetherell, Sarah x Hulley.

1851 census
HO 107/2029 f396r Tipton Dudley Road
Thomas Wetherell Head M 22 Pudler? Dudley
Sarah Wetherell Wife M 20 Pudler? Tipton
George Henry Wetherell Son 5 Dudley Port

Note; This person has been provisionally allocated to this family. A search of my archives has shown that the only link between Sarah and her father Joseph is the fact that she was born at Tipton in 1831, married at Manchester cathedral and a member of the Derbyshire Hulley family ie George Hulley born at Little Longstone in 1823 was also living at Tipton in 1851.


353. George Henry Wetherell

1846 - born at Dudley Port - see 1851 census below

1851 census
HO 107/2029 f396r Tipton Dudley Road
Thomas Wetherell Head M 22 Pudler? Dudley
Sarah Wetherell Wife M 20 Pudler? Tipton
George Henry Wetherell Son 5 Dudley Port


223. Henry Hulley

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

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

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

1854 Jun qtr - married at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Henry Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 891 (FreeBMD)

1854 07 Jun - married at St Peter's church Hope: Henry Hulley Full age Bachelor Labourer Fairfield - father
Jonathan Hulley Farmer; Mary Garlick Full age Spinster Fairfield - father Josh. Garlick Farmer. Wits:
William Shirt, Mary Shirt.

1855 19 Aug - son George baptised at Fairfield church: George father Henry Hulley mother Mary (IGI).

1857 10 May - son Henry baptised at Fairfield: Herbert Hulley - father Henry Hulley mother Mary (IGI).

1859 29 May - daughter Mary Hannah baptised at Fairfield: Mary Hannah Hulley - father Henry Hulley
mother Mary (IGI).

1859 Sep 21 - The Derby Mercury - Game Lists -- County of Derby (incl) Hully Henry, Dove Holes

1861 census
RG 9/2545 f58r Fairfield Dove Holes
Henry Hully Head M 29 Overlooker in a Stone quarry Derbys Bakewell
Mary Hully Wife M 33 Derbys Wormhill
George Hully Son 5 Derbys Fairfield
Herbit Hully Son 4 Derbys Fairfield
Mary Hannah Hully Dau 1 Derbys Fairfield
Joseph Garlick Lodger U 28 Quarry Man Derbys Chapel en le Frith

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.

1866 19 Oct - dau Martha Ann born at Fairfield - see baptism entry below.

1866 9 Dec - dau Martha Ann baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield: Martha Ann Hulley - father
Henry Hulley mother Mary (Born 19 Oct 1866) (IGI).

1867 Mar qtr - died at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Henry 35 Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 416 (GRO).

1867 15 Mar - died at Doveholes - see Letters of Adminstration - copy held.

1867 19 Mar - buried at St Peter's church Fairfield: Henry Hulley of Dove Holes 35.

1867 22 Mar - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser. Deaths - HULLEY. - March 15, aged 36 years,
Henry, eldest son of Mr.Jonathan Hulley, Dove Holes, near Buxton.

1868 14 Jan - Effects under £600. Letters of Administration of the Personal Estate and effects of
Henry Hulley late of Doveholes in the Township of Fairfield in the County of Derby Grocer
deceased who died at Doveholes aforesaid were granted at Derby to Mary Hulley of
Doveholes aforesaid Widow the Relict of the said deceased she having first been sworn.


Mary Garlick

1827 - born at Wormhill, Derbyshire - see 1881 census below.

1854 Jun qtr - married at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Garlick Mary Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 891 (FreeBMD).

1854 07 Jun - married at St Peter's church Hope: Henry Hulley Full age Bachelor Labourer Fairfield - father
Jonathan Hulley Farmer; Mary Garlick Full age Spinster Fairfield - father Josh. Garlick Farmer. Wits:
William Shirt, Mary Shirt.

1855 19 Aug - son George baptised at Fairfield church: George father Henry Hulley mother Mary (IGI).

1857 10 May - son Henry baptised at Fairfield: Herbert Hulley - father Henry Hulley mother Mary (IGI).

1859 29 May - dau Mary Hannah baptised at Fairfield: Mary Hannah Hulley - father Henry Hulley mother Mary (IGI).

1861 census
RG 9/2545 f58r Fairfield Dove Holes
Henry Hully Head M 29 Overlooker in a Stone quarry Derbys Bakewell
Mary Hully Wife M 33 Derbys Wormhill
George Hully Son 5 Derbys Fairfield
Herbit Hully Son 4 Derbys Fairfield
Mary Hannah Hully Dau 1 Derbys Fairfield
Joseph Garlick Lodger U 28 Quarry Man Derbys Chapel en le Frith

1866 19 Oct - dau Martha Ann born at Fairfield - see baptism entry below.

1866 9 Dec - dau Martha Ann baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield: Martha Ann Hulley - father Henry Hulley mother
Mary (Born 19 Oct 1866) (IGI).

1867 Mar qtr - husband died at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Henry 35 Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 416 (GRO).

1867 19 Mar - husband buried at Fairfield church: Henry Hulley of Dove Holes aged 35.

1868 14 Jan - Effects under Đ600. Letters of Administration of the Personsl Estate and effects of Henry Hulley late of
Doveholes in the Township of Fairfield in the County of Derby Grocer deceased who died at Doveholes
aforesaid were granted at Derby to Mary Hulley of Doveholes aforesaid Widow the Relict of the said
deceased she having first been sworn.

1871 census
RG 10/3634 f65 Fairfield Boundry House
Mary Hulley Head W 44 Grocer & Corn Dealer Derbys Wormhill
Herbert Hulley Son U 14 Scholar Derbys Fairfield
Martha Ann Hulley Dau 4 Derbys Fairfield
Alexander Wall Cousn U 30 Letter Carrier Domestic Servant Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary Warhurst Niece U 16 Domestic servant Derbys Chapel en le Frith

1881 census
RG 11/3455 f. 77 Dove Holes Fairfield, Derby
Mary HULLEY Head W 54 Wormhill, Derby
George HULLEY Son U 25 Quarryman ((Labourer)) Fairfield, Derby
Mary Hannah HULLEY Daur U 21 Fairfield, 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

1894 16 Jul - died at Dove Holes - see newspaper article below.

1894 18 Jul - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Mrs. May Hulley, widow of Mr. Henry Hulley, of Dove Holes, died very
suddenly on Monday. She was found unconscious in bed by her son, having been seized with apoplexy,
and died in a few hours. She was in her 68th year.


354. George Hulley

1855 19 Aug - baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield: George father Henry Hulley mother Mary (IGI).

1861 census
RG 9/2545 f58r Fairfield Dove Holes
Henry Hully Head M 29 Overlooker in a Stone quarry Derbys Bakewell
Mary Hully Wife M 33 Derbys Wormhill
George Hully Son 5 Derbys Fairfield
Herbit Hully Son 4 Derbys Fairfield
Mary Hannah Hully Dau 1 Derbys Fairfield
Joseph Garlick Lodger U 28 Quarry Man Derbys Chapel en le Frith

1881 census
RG 11/3455 f. 77 Dove Holes Fairfield, Derby
Mary HULLEY Head W 54 Wormhill, Derby
George HULLEY Son U 25 Quarryman ((Labourer)) Fairfield, Derby
Mary Hannah HULLEY Daur U 21 Fairfield, Derby

1881 11 Apr - Witness to sister Mary Hannah Hulley's marriage to William Vernon at St Peter's church
Fairfield

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 13/3272 f139 Chapel en le Frith DBY Back Lane D Holes
Peter Hartle Head M 39 Limestone Quarry man Derbyshire Dove Holles
Mary E. Hartle Wife M 42 Derbyshire Dove Holles
George Hulley Boarder S 45 General Labourer Derbyshire Dove Holes

1911 census
Chapel en le Frith RD 440; Chapel en le Frith SRD 5 Piece 21249 Hallsteads Dove Holes Buxton
George Hulley Head 56 S General Labourer Limestone Quarry Chapel en le Frith Derbys


356. Mary Hannah Hulley

1859 29 May - baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield: Mary Hannah Hulley - father Henry Hulley mother Mary (IGI).

1861 census
RG 9/2545 f58r Fairfield Dove Holes
Henry Hully Head M 29 Overlooker in a Stone quarry Derbys Bakewell
Mary Hully Wife M 33 Derbys Wormhill
George Hully Son 5 Derbys Fairfield
Herbit Hully Son 4 Derbys Fairfield
Mary Hannah Hully Dau 1 Derbys Fairfield
Joseph Garlick Lodger U 28 Quarry Man Derbys Chapel en le Frith

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

1881 census
RG 11/3455 f. 77 Dove Holes Fairfield, Derby
Mary HULLEY Head W 54 Wormhill, Derby
George HULLEY Son U 25 Quarryman ((Labourer)) Fairfield, Derby
Mary Hannah HULLEY Daur U 21 Fairfield, Derby

1881 Banns published: 27 Mar, 3 Apr, 10 Apr. 1881 (William Vernon of Chapel-en-le-Frith Bachelor, Mary
Hannah Hulley of Fairfield Spinster.

1881 11 Apr - Married at St Peter's church Fairfield: William Vernon 22 Bachelor Labourer Sparrow Pit - father
William Vernon Game Keeper; Mary Hannah Hulley 22 Spinster Dove Holes - father Henry Hulley
Deceased Shopkeeper. Wits: George Hulley, Elizabeth Ann Crossley.


William Vernon

1859 - born -see marriage entry below.

1881 Banns published: 27 Mar, 3 Apr, 10 Apr. 1881 (William Vernon of Chapel-en-le-Frith Bachelor, Mary
Hannah Hulley of Fairfield Spinster.

1881 11 Apr - Married at St Peter's church Fairfield: William Vernon 22 Bachelor Labourer Sparrow Pit - father
William Vernon Game Keeper; Mary Hannah Hulley 22 Spinster Dove Holes - father Henry Hulley
Deceased Shopkeeper. Wits: George Hulley, Elizabeth Ann Crossley.


225. Herbert Esop Hulley

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

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

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

1863 Jan 14 - Derby Mercury - Stealing Shirts. George Percival, 45, Hawker, was charged with stealing, on the 27th of
October, 1862, at Buxton, 6 shirts, the property of Herbert Hulley. Mr Huish 60 prosecuted; prisoner was
undefended. Verdict, Guilty; sentence, six weeks imprisonment with hard labour.

1864 09 Mar - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - DERBYSHIRE ASSIZES. CROWN COURT Tuesday before Mr
Justice BLACKBURN. - OBTAINING GOODS UNDER FALSE PRETENCES. - Wm. Baum, aged 28,
carpenter, was indicted for obtaining, on the 7th of December, from Herbert Hulley, at Bakewell, by
means of a false pretence, various articles of wearing apparel. Mr Hulley, shopkeeper, of Bakewell, said
that the prisoner came to his shop and asked him to measure him for a pair of trousers. He then
purchased several other articles, which he took away, saying that he would call for the trousers, when he
would pay for the whole of the goods. It was on the representation of the prisoner that he was a nephew
of Mr Morton, whom prosecutor was well acquainted with, that he was induced to let him have the
goods. Mr Morton deposed that the prisoner was not his nephew. Guilty. Eight months’ imprisonment.

1864 09 Mar - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - DERBYSHIRE MARCH ASSIZES (Before Mr. Justice BLACKBURN) -
WILLIAM BRAM, 28, carpenter, was indicted for obtaining, on the 7th of December, from Herbert Hulley,
by means of a false pretence, a quantity of wearing apparel, at Bakewell. The prisoner was found guilty,
and sentenced to eight month’s imprisonment.

1868 Sep qtr - married at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Aesop Herbert Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 881 (GRO).

1869 Jun qtr - son Francis Herbert Aloysius born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Francis Herbert A. Chapel-en-le-
Frith 7b 578 (GRO).

1869 25 Oct - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - BUXTON - ROBBERY BY A DOMESTIC SERVANT. Hannah
Morgan, aged 18, was charged with stealing a number of articles belonging to her employer. Prisoner
had been in the employ of Mr Hulley, draper, up to yesterday, and as she was going away Mrs Hulley
discovered certain articles belonging to herself in the girl's possession.... Mr Hulley stated that himself
with Mrs Hulley and family had been away from home for about a fortnight, and the girl had had some
man sleeping in the house with her. He supposed the man had promised her marriage. He had made
enquiries about him and found he had left the town. He (Mr Hulley) had no wish to press the charge, and
with the magistrates permission should prefer that the girl be sent home to her parents in Wales. He had
written to them and had received a letter from her father enclosing one for her. He had had a good
character with her.... Prisoner pleaded guilty, and said she came from South Wales and had been in
Buxton since last June. The magistrates said they had read the letter from her parents. It was most
affecting to read how the prisoner's conduct had grieved them. She had been well and tenderly brought
up, and she returned their kindness by nearly breaking their hearts. The parents were willing to receive
her back again, and they (the magistrates) were about to give her another chance. Mr Hulley had kindly
promised to pay her fare and send her home, and they hoped her present narrow escape would be a
warning to her. Prisoner, who was much affected during the hearing of the case, was then discharged.

1869 25 Oct - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - BUXTON POLICE - SATURDAY - HOUSE ROBBERY -
Mary Jane Smith was charged with stealing sundry articles, the property of her master, Mr. Hulley, Spring
Gardens, Buxton. The prisoner admitted the offence. Discharged on condition that she left the town.

1871 census
RG 10/3634 f24 Buxton 3 Hardwick Street
E. Herbert Hulley Head M 51 Tailor Employing 5 men 3 boys Derbys Fairfield
Angelina Hulley Wife M 26 Yorks Huddersfield
Francis Herbert Hulley Son 1 Derbys Buxton
Sarah Proctor Serv U 15 Domestic Yorks Huddersfield

1872 15 May - The Manchester Guardian: CLASSIFIED ADS - TO TAILORS –WANTED, good COAT HANDS and
GOOD TROWSER HANDS: constant work; best wages. – E. H. Hulley, Buxton.

1872 01 Jun - The Manchester Guardian: MISCELLANEOUS WANTS - SETTER OR POINTER – WANTED, a well-
broken steady DOG. Address, stating price, H. Hulley, Buxton.

1872 Dec qtr - dau Anne Eliza born at Chapel en le Frith RD: Hulley Anne Eliza Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 654 (GRO)

1872 28 Dec - The Manchester Guardian: CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &C. WANTED - TO TAILORS – WANTED, a
competent CUTTER, for bespoke trade: a steady man, indispensable. Apply, stating salary, references
&c. to E. H. Hulley, Buxton.

1874 21 Mar - The Manchester Guardian: CLASSIFIED – TO TAILORS – WANTED, a YOUTH or MAN, to work a
machine and fill up his time with sewing. State wage required. E. H. Hulley, Buxton.

1875 28 Apr - The Manchester Guardian: CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &C. WANTED - TO TAILORS – WANTED, first-class
Machine Hand: also good Coat and Trouser Hands. Apply to E. H. Hulley, Buxton.

1875 03 Nov - The Manchester Guardian: TO BE LET – DWELLING HOUSES - BUXTON – TO BE LET, a GOOD
HOUSE, containing three sitting and six bed rooms; furniture at a valuation. Apply to Mr. HULLEY, 9,
Spring Gardens.

1877 - Executor of father's Will - Herbert Hulley of Buxton in the County of Derby Tailor the Son the Executor.

1877 30 Apr - The Manchester Guardian: CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &C. WANTED - TAILORS – Wanted, good Coat and
trousers Hands: also a Youth for machine: must have been some time in the trade. E. H. Hulley , Buxton.

1877 17 Oct - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - THE LATE GALE - BUXTON - Our Buxton correspondent writes:
On Sunday night a heavy gale blew over Buxton, doing considerable damage to property in the town. At
the shop olf Messrs H. Oram and Sons one of the large plate glass windows was almost blown out, while
the revolving shutter was considerably damaged, besides minor breakages, which will require an
outlay of about £30 to repair. On the opposite side of the street another shutter and large window were
broken, in the shop belonging to Mr. Hulley.

1881 census
RG 11/3454 f.37 Marlborough Rd Harefield House Fairfield, Derby
Easop Herbert HULLY Head M 42 Draper &c Taddington, Derby
Anguline HULLY Wife M 36 Huddersfield, York
Frank HULLY Son 11 Scholar Buxton, Derby
Annie HULLY Daur 7 Scholar Buxton, Derby
Sarah YEOMANS Serv U 16 General Servant Bolsover, Derby
Evelyn MOODY Serv U 20 General Servant Baudsey, Derby

1881 11 Jul - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - DERBYSHIRE - CHARGE OF STEALING JEWELLERY &C., AT
BUXTON - At the Buxton Petty Sessions, on Saturday, a boy named John Pickering, 14, was charged with
stealing during the last three months two silver watches, two silver guards, one gold-plated guard, ten
watch keys, a knife, a cricket ball, &c., the property of Mr. E. Hulley of Spring Gardens, Buxton, who keeps
a jewellery and fancy goods establishment, known as Anzani’s bazaar. The prisoner, it appeared, had
occasionally assisted the shop boy in opening Mr Hulley’s premises, and it is supposed that the articles
were taken when so engaged. As the evidence was not quite complete, the prisoner was remanded until
Tuesday next. Since Christmas the prisoner has been in the employ of Mr. Flint, draper, Spring Gardens.

1881 13 Jul - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - DERBYSHIRE - CHARGE OF STEALING JEWELLERY AT
BUXTON - Yesterday, John Pickering, 14, was brought before Dr. Robertson on the charge of stealing a
quantity of jewellery (as mentioned in our columns on Monday) the property of Mr. Hulley of Spring
gardens. There being only one magistrate on the bench, the prisoner was remanded again until Saturday
next.

1882 22 Apr - The Manchester Guardian: DOMESTIC SERVANTS WANTED - TAILORS – Wanted, Coat, Vest, and
Trousers Hands. Apply to E. H. Hulley, Buxton.

1882 20 May - The Manchester Guardian: TO BE LET – DWELLING HOUSES - BUXTON – To be Let, furnished, for one
month or longer, a Modern Detached Villa Residence, standing in private grounds, containing three
entertaining and 8 bed rooms, bath room, butler’s pantry, with every convenience. Apply E. H. Hulley,
Buxton.

1882 04 Aug - The Manchester Guardian: TO BE LET – DWELLING HOUSES - BUXTON – To be Let, furnished,
Modern Detached Villa Residence, beautifully situated in Devonshire Park, 3 entertaining, 8 bed rooms
every convenience. E. H. Hulley, Buxton.

1883 07 Jul - The Manchester Guardian (also on Jul 14) SALES BY AUCTION - Buxton, Derbyshire – Lot 5. All those
FOUR COPYHOLD MESSUAGES, at Fairfield, known as No. 1,2,3 and 4 Clifton Bank, now in the
occupations of Mrs. Crowther, Mr. E. H. Hulley, and Captain Price Turner respectively, at the respective
rents of £22, £20, and £23 per annum. No. 1 is now unoccupied, and is of the annual value of £19.19s.

1885 27 May - The Manchester Guardian: TO BE LET – FURNISHED HOUSES - BUXTON – Devonshire Park TO BE
LET, Furnished, Modern Detached Villa Residence, 3 entertaining and 8 bed rooms with every
convenience. E. H. Hulley, Buxton.

1886 02 Jul - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - THE NEW PARLIAMENT - HIGH PEAK DIVISION - J. Bradbury,
New Mills. (incl.) assentors (incl.) E.H. Hulley.

1886 05 Nov - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - THE VICAR OF FAIRFIELD AND HIS TRUSTEES - (incl)
Messrs. Silas, Bennett, and W.F. Edwards were appointed trustees in the place of Mr. E. H. Hulley (the
vicar’s nominee who refused to stand) and Captain Darwin, who had resigned.

1886 03 Dec - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - PAROCHIAL UNPLEASANTNESS AT BUXTON - A meeting of
the Fairfield (Buxton) Endowed School Trustees was held on Wednesday evening and as of a very
excited character. Mr. J. D. Simpson was voted to the chair, in the absence of the Vicar (Rev. F.W.A.
Wilkinson). Mr. Owen asked the clerk to produce the two letters of withdrawal from Messrs Hulley and
Shaw. The Clerk: I have not got them. Mr. Wilkinson has, I believe, sent them to the Charity
Commissioners. Mr. Shirt: What right has Mr. Wilkinson to claim these letters from you? It appears as if
you and the Vicar were working into each others hands. The Clerk said they went to the Vicar. Mr. Shirt
maintained the letters of the trustees belonged to them, and had no right to be taken away without their
permission. If that was the way the Trust was to be carried on, what was the use of thirteen trustees? In
answer to Mr. Owen, The Clerk said he had done nothing but what he was ordered to do by the Trust,
and he had not acted on his own responsibility. Eventually a resolution was passed demanding the
production of the letters, or some explanation given as to their whereabouts.

1886 10 Dec - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - THE PAROCHIAL TROUBLES AT FAIRFIELD.
EXTRAORDINARY PROCEEDINGS. An adjourned meeting of the Fairfield (Buxton) Endowed School
Trustees was held on Wednesday evening, for the purpose of considering the letters ordered to be
produced by the clerk from the Vicar (Rev. F.W.A. Wilkinson), who, it was alleged, had clandestinely
taken them away. Mr. J. D. Simpson was voted to the chair. The Clerk produced the letters of
resignation from Captain Darwin and Mr. E.H. Hulley, resigning their positions. The Vicar had not got
the letter from the Charity Commissioners. (continues for 26 more lines of text - no more Hulley refs).

1886 15 Dec - Derby Mercury - Buxton - The Parochial Troubles at Fairfield (incl.) The Clerk produced the letters of
resignation from Captain Darwin and Mr E. H. Hulley, resigning their positions.

1887 01 Aug - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - DERBYSHIRE - FELONY AT BUXTON - On Saturday, at
Buxton, Robert Skidmore was charged with having stolen on the 29th September 1886, a mackintosh
overcoat from the shop door of Mr. Hulley, a tailor, of Spring gardens. The prisoner had, it appeared,
absconded. The coat, which was valued at £3. 10s., had been traced to the prisoner’s possession, but
his defence was that he found it made up as a bundle under a seat near the George Hotel.
Superintendent Hallam read out a long list of previous convictions, and the case being proved, the
magistrates sentenced Skidmore, who appeared quite unconcerned, to six calendar months’
imprisonment with hard labour.

1888 14 Jan - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - BUXTON LIBERAL ASSOCIATION - On Thursday night Dr.
Hyde delivered the inaugural address for the season of 1888, taking for his subject, “ The Land and
Labour Questions.” Mr. E. H. Hulley, who presided, announced that Mr. Jno. Baker, M.P., president of the
club, was unable to be present owing to illness. He was pleased to state that, financially, they were
better off than ever they had been, while numerically there was a most satisfactory increase. New
Members had come in uncommonly well during the past few months, and more from particularly from
that class they desired to see among them, namely, the working class, for whom the club was more
specially established. Short speeches were made by Mr. Johnston, C.E., Mr. Roberts, Mr. C. Wilkinson,
and Mr. Edwards.

1888 04 Feb - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - BUXTON LIBERAL CLUB - The annual meeting was held on
Thursday night, Mr. E.H. Hulley presiding. (etc)


1888 29 Nov - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - COUNTY COUNCILS - FAIRFIELD - Mr. H. A. Hubbersty, J.P.,
managing director of the Buxton Lime Company, had been waited upon and definitely decide to stand
as a candidate for this division. The other probable candidates are Mr. S. Gratrix, of Fairfield, Buxton, a
Manchester merchant; Mr. Robert Longden, of Wormhill, chairman of the Chapel-en-le-Frith Board of
Guardians; Captain H. Shaw, J.P., of Whitehall, Fernilee; and Mr. E.H. Hulley, clothier, Buxton.

1888 08 Dec - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - FAIRFIELD ENDOWED SCHOOL TRUST (Half-yearly meeting
held on Thursday night.) The meeting unanimously decided to ask the (Charity) Commissioners to elect
as trustees Messrs. Joseph Slater and E.H. Hulley.

1889 10 Jan - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - BUXTON LIBERAL CLUB - A meeting was held on Tuesday
night, Mr. Charles Wilkinson presiding. The chairman said that the club would in future be carried on by
working men members. Mr. Wilkinson was elected chairman, and Mr. E.H. Hulley and Dr. Hyde vice-
chairman. A general and executive committee were also appointed.

1889 02 Feb - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - UNITARIAN SCHOOL BUXTON - On Thursday night the Rev.
Cowley Smith, minister of the Unitarian church, Buxton, delivered the first of a series of lectures, taking
for his subject “Love, Courtship, and Marriage.” The chair was taken by Mr. E. H. Hulley.

1889 30 Nov - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - DERBYSHIRE - On Thursday evening, Mr. Taylor, solicitor,
delivered a lecture, at the Fairfield Sunday School, on “Newspapers.” Mr. E.H. Hulley, presided.

1889 Dec 25 - Derby Mercury Property Sale at Buxton - sale by auction of the business premises situated in Spring-
Gardens, occupied by Mr T. Rushworth, grocer and provision merchant. There was a unusually large
attendance of leading townsmen. The first bid was £2000, which came from Mr E. H. Hulley, and the
second £3000 from Mr Abel Oram. The bidding then rapidly advanced to £4000 when Mr A Brown
offered £4600, and Mr Hulley £4650. The lot was knocked down to the last named gentleman for Mrs
Dixon, grocer, Spring-gardens, who thus became the purchaser.

1891 census
RG 12/ 2778 f35r Fairfield Harefield House
Easop Herbert Hulley Head M 52 Tailor & Outfitter Doveholes Fairfield
Angelina Hulley Wife M 47 Huddersfield
Frances Herbert Hulley Son S 21 Tailor's Shopman Fairfield Buxton
Annie Lila Hulley Dau S 18 [Buxton Derbyshire]
Sarah Jane Anzanie Sister in L S 52 Living on her own means Huddersfield
Elizth Ann Cozall Serv S 19 Housemaid - Domestic Benthall Salop
Alice Emma Ungan Serv S 24 Cook - Domestic Coalbrookdale Salop

1891 27 Jun - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - A SCHOOL OF COOKERY FOR BUXTON - It was stated at the
half-yearly meeting of the Fairfield Endowed School Trustees, held on Thursday night, that a
recommendation had been made by the representatives of the Buxton and Hartington-upper-Quarter
School Boards, that a school of cookery should be established at the Buxton board school. Mr. Hulley,
one of the Fairfield trustees, said he had attended the meeting, and considered the object was an
admirable one. The trustees decided to join in the promotion of the scheme, and the Rev. Joseph Eayrs
and Mr. Hulley were elected on the joint committee.

1892 11 May - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - FUNERAL OF MR. JOHN BAKER, J.P., OF BUXTON.
(inc.) The Buxton Liberal Association was represented by Dr. Hyde, Rev. Cowley Smith, Mr. E. H. Hulley,
and Mr. S. S. Brittain.

1892 16 May - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - Derbyshire - BUXTON LOCAL BOARD - The Board met on
Friday night, Mr. John Willoughby presiding. The Clerk announced that the Technical Education
Committee had been elected as follows: (incl.) E. H. Hulley.

1894 23 May - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser. CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, WANTED TAILORS,
WANTED, Coat and Trousers HANDS; first-class steady men only. - Address E. H. HULLEY, Buxton
1896 24 Jan - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - DERBYSHIRE - FAIRFIELD EVENING CONTINUATION
SCHOOL - On Wednesday night, Mr. E.H. Hulley presided over a meeting held in the Endowed School
for the purpose of distributing prizes to the children in connection with the above.

1896 20 Apr - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - DERBYSHIRE - BUXTON PETTY SESSIONS - On Saturday
Thos. Kenan, labourer, of no fixed abode, was charged with stealing a dust coat, value 20s., the property
of E.H. Hulley, clothier, Spring gardens, on the 15th inst. The prisoner was seen by Police-constable
Hudson to take the coat (produced) from the shop door, and put it over his arm.. He was taken in charge,
and the prosecutor identified the coat as his property. The constable asked the prisoner what he had
done it for, and he said he had stolen it right enough. He was tired of wandering about the country. In
reply to the Bench, Kenan said he could get no work. The last time he was employed was at the gas
mains the other side of Stratford, and that was in November. He had since been merely existing. He
was in the army 13 years ago, but had no pension. The Bench sentenced him to one month’s
imprisonment with hard labour.

1896 01 Apr - The Manchester Guardian (also on 2 and 4 Apr) ) CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &C. WANTED - TAILORS –
Wanted, first-class Coat Hands: also Ladies’ Tailors; constant employment. Hulley, Buxton.

1896 08 May - The Manchester Guardian (also on May 11) CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &C. WANTED -TAILORS – Wanted,
good Coat and Vest Hands; permanency; good wages. Hulley, Buxton.

1897 14 Jan - The Manchester Guardian (also on Jan 15) CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &C. WANTED - TAILORS – Wanted,
a first-class Coatmaker; permanency to steady man. Hulley, Buxton.

1897 07 Apr - The Manchester Guardian (also on Apr 8, 9): CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &C. WANTED - TAILORS –
Wanted, good Coat and Vest Hands; permanency: fare refunded. Hulley, Buxton.

1897 16 Jun - The Manchester Guardian: CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &C. WANTED TAILORS – Wanted, First class
Coatmakers. E. H. Hulley, Buxton.

1898 15 Jul - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser. WANTED - TAILOR'S CUTTER- WANTED all-
round Man; smart; well up in ladies' trade and liveries; state salary and full particulars - Address E.H.
HULLEY, Buxton.

1901 12 Feb - The Manchester Guardian (also on 14 Feb) CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &C. WANTED - TAILORS – Wanted,
shortly, smart, general Cutter for good class trade; experience in ladies’ liveries and breeches
indispensable: state age, salary, &c. to E. H. Hulley, Buxton.

1901 29 Mar - The Manchester Guardian: CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &C. WANTED -TAILORS – Wanted, First class
Coatmakers: also Ladies’ Man: permanency E. H. Hulley, Buxton.

1901 census
RG 13/3270 f75r Fairfield Harefield
Herbert Hulley Head M 62 Tailor Clothier Shop Keeper Doveholes Derbys
Augustine Hulley Wife M 56 Yorks Huddersfield
Francis H. Hulley Son S 32 Tailor's Assistant Derbys Buxton
Annie L. Hulley Dau S 28 Derbys Buxton
Charlotte Hurg Serv W 49 Cook Domestic Weston Super Mare Som

1902 18 Apr - The Manchester Guardian: CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &C. WANTED - TAILORS – Wanted, good Trousers
Maker; also man for Repairs. E. H. Hulley, Buxton.

1903 25 Mar - The Manchester Guardian: CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &C. WANTED - TAILORS’ Cutter - Wanted, smart,
all-round Man, for good-class ladies’ and gentlemen’s trade: state age, salary, &c. E. H. Hulley, Buxton.

1903 29 Apr - The Manchester Guardian: CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &C. WANTED - TAILORS - Wanted, Vest and
Trousers Maker: permanency. Hulley, Buxton.

1904 28 Sep - The Manchester Guardian (also on 29, 30 Sep): CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &C. WANTED - TAILORS -
Wanted, good, steady Coatmaker, used to ladies’ work: permanency. E. H. Hulley, Buxton.

1905 29 Mar - The Manchester Guardian: (also on 30 Mar): CLERKS, ASSISTANTS, &C. WANTED - TO TAILORS -
Wanted, at once, smart Young Man as General Cutter: must be well up in ladies work, liveries, and
breeches: state age, salary, &c. E. H. Hulley, Buxton, Derby.

1906 26 Apr - The Manchester Guardian: DRAPERY, MILLINERY, TAILORING &c. - TO TAILORS - Wanted, Two good
Coatmakers; also trousers and breeches Maker: permanency. E. H. Hulley, Buxton.

1906 10 May - The Manchester Guardian (also on 11, 12 May): DRAPERY, MILLINERY, TAILORING &c. - Coat and
Trouser Makers, good; Wanted, at once: permanency to steady men. Hulley, Buxton.

1906 25 Oct - The Manchester Guardian: DRAPERY, MILLINERY, TAILORING &c. - WANTED, good Coatmakers, used
to ladies’ work; permanency to steady men. Hulley, Buxton.

1907 19 Mar - The Manchester Guardian: DRAPERY, MILLINERY, TAILORING &c. - WANTED, good Coatmaker, used
to ladies’ work; permanency. Hulley, Buxton.

1907 05 Apr - The Manchester Guardian: DRAPERY, MILLINERY, TAILORING &c. - TO tailors.- Wanted, good
Coatmakers, also ladies’ man; constant employment. Hulley, Buxton.

1909 08 Mar - The Manchester Guardian: DWELLING HOUSES - BUXTON – TO BE LET, Detached VILLA: 3
entertaining, 8 bed rooms: usual offices: area half an acre: south aspect: best part: moderate rental.
. Particulars from E. H. Hulley, Harefield, Buxton.

1911 census
Dale Road Buxton Derbyshire RD Chapel en le Frith SD Buxton 440 ED 8 Piece 21240

Easop Herbert Hulley Head 72 M Tailor - Dealer Derbys Fairfield
Angelina Hulley Wife 68 M 43 yrs 3 ch 2 alive 1 dead Yorks Huddersfield
Francis Herbert Hulley Son 41 S Tailor - Dealer Derbys Buxton
Annie Lilie Hulley Dau 38 S Derbys Buxton
Florence Mansfield Servt 21 S General Servant Domestic Derbys Brinnington

1918 xx Sep - died at Buxton, Derbyshire: Hulley Esop Henry 78 7b 886 (FreeBMD).


Anguline Anzani

1868 Sep qtr - married at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Aesop Herbert Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 881
(GRO).

1869 Jun qtr - son Francis Herbert Aloysius born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Francis Herbert A.
Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 578 (GRO).

1871 census
RG 10/3634 f24 Buxton 3 Hardwick Street
E. Herbert Hulley Head M 51 Tailor Employing 5 men 3 boys Derbys Fairfield
Angelina Hulley Wife M 26 Yorks Huddersfield
Francis Herbert Hulley Son 1 Derbys Buxton
Sarah Proctor Serv U 15 Domestic Yorks Huddersfield

1872 Dec qtr - dau Anne Eliza born at Chapel en le Frith RD: Hulley Anne Eliza Chapel-en-le-Frith
7b 654 (GRO)

1881 census
RG 11/3454 f.37 Marlborough Rd Harefield House Fairfield, Derby
Easop Herbert HULLY Head M 42 Draper &c Taddington, Derby
Anguline HULLY Wife M 36 Huddersfield, York
Frank HULLY Son 11 Scholar Buxton, Derby
Annie HULLY Daur 7 Scholar Buxton, Derby
Sarah YEOMANS Serv U 16 General Servant Bolsover, Derby
Evelyn MOODY Serv U 20 General Servant Baudsey, Derby

1891 census
RG 12/ 2778 f35r Fairfield Harefield House
Easop Herbert Hulley Head M 52 Tailor & Outfitter Doveholes Fairfield
Angelina Hulley Wife M 47 Huddersfield
Frances Herbert Hulley Son S 21 Tailor's Shopman Fairfield Buxton
Annie Lila Hulley Dau S 18 [Buxton Derbyshire]
Sarah Jane Anzanie Sister in L S 52 Living on her own means Huddersfield
Elizth Ann Cozall Serv S 19 Housemaid - Domestic Benthall Salop
Alice Emma Ungan Serv S 24 Cook - Domestic Coalbrookdale Salop

1901 census
RG 13/3270 f75r Fairfield Harefield
Herbert Hulley Head M 62 Tailor Clothier Shop Keeper Doveholes Derbys
Augustine Hulley Wife M 56 Yorks Huddersfield
Francis H. Hulley Son S 32 Tailor's Assistant Derbys Buxton
Annie L. Hulley Dau S 28 Derbys Buxton
Charlotte Hurg Serv W 49 Cook Domestic Weston Super Mare Som

1911 census
Dale Road Buxton Derbyshire RD Chapel en le Frith SD Buxton 440 ED 8 Piece 21240

Easop Herbert Hulley Head 72 M Tailor - Dealer Derbys Fairfield
Angelina Hulley Wife 68 M 43 yrs 3 ch 2 alive 1 dead Yorks Huddersfield
Francis Herbert Hulley Son 41 S Tailor - Dealer Derbys Buxton
Annie Lilie Hulley Dau 38 S Derbys Buxton
Florence Mansfield Servt 21 S General Servant Domestic Derbys Brinnington

1918 xx Sep - husband died at Buxton, Derbyshire: Hulley Esop Henry 78 7b 886 (FreeBMD).

1929 04 Apr - died at Beechfield Buxton - see Probate index entry below.

1929 - Probate index entry: Hulley Angulina of 1 Wood-cliffe Dale-road Buxton widow died 4 April 1929 at
Beechfield Buxton Probate London 8 May to Annie Lila Hulley spinster Effects £354 10s.

1987 4 May - (see A067) letter from Angela Walsh NSW Australia - Angulina Anzani was originally
from the Italian barometer family.


358. Francis Herbert Aloysius Hulley

1869 Jun qtr - born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Francis Herbert A. Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 578 (GRO).

1871 census
RG 10/3634 f24 Buxton 3 Hardwick Street
E. Herbert Hulley Head M 51 Tailor Employing 5 men 3 boys Derbys Fairfield
Angelina Hulley Wife M 26 Yorks Huddersfield
Francis Herbert Hulley Son 1 Derbys Buxton
Sarah Proctor Serv U 15 Domestic Yorks Huddersfield

1881 census
RG 11/3454 f.37 Marlborough Rd Harefield House Fairfield, Derby
Easop Herbert HULLY Head M 42 Draper &c Taddington, Derby
Anguline HULLY Wife M 36 Huddersfield, York
Frank HULLY Son 11 Scholar Buxton, Derby
Annie HULLY Daur 7 Scholar Buxton, Derby
Sarah YEOMANS Serv U 16 General Servant Bolsover, Derby
Evelyn MOODY Serv U 20 General Servant Baudsey, Derby

1891 census
RG 12/ 2778 f35r Fairfield Harefield House
Easop Herbert Hulley Head M 52 Tailor & Outfitter Doveholes Fairfield
Angelina Hulley Wife M 47 Huddersfield
Frances Herbert Hulley Son S 21 Tailor's Shopman Fairfield Buxton
Annie Lila Hulley Dau S 18 [Buxton Derbyshire]
Sarah Jane Anzanie Sister in L S 52 Living on her own means Huddersfield
Elizth Ann Cozall Serv S 19 Housemaid - Domestic Benthall Salop
Alice Emma Ungan Serv S 24 Cook - Domestic Coalbrookdale Salop

1895 16 Jan - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - Derbyshire - ROMAN CATHOLIC SOIREE AT BUXTON.
On Monday night, the tenth annual soiree was held in the Pavilion, preceded by a performance in the
theatre of “The Enchanted Princess, ” which was given by the school children, who had been trained by
Miss Hulley. There were songs, choruses, and skirt dancing. Music was supplied by the Pavilion Band,
and dancing followed in the large hall, the M.C.’s being Messrs. Frank Hulley and R. Hulme.

1901 census
RG 13/3270 f75r Fairfield Harefield
Herbert Hulley Head M 62 Tailor Clothier Shop Keeper Doveholes Derbys
Augustine Hulley Wife M 56 Yorks Huddersfield
Francis H. Hulley Son S 32 Tailor's Assistant Derbys Buxton
Annie L. Hulley Dau S 28 Derbys Buxton
Charlotte Hurg Serv W 49 Cook Domestic Weston Super Mare Som


1910 21 Apr - The Manchester Guardian: DRAPERY, MILLINERY, TAILORING &c. - TAILOR- Good Coatmakers
Wanted: permanency to steady man. Frank Hulley, Buxton.

1910 15 Jun - The Manchester Guardian (also on Jun 16, 17) DRAPERY, MILLINERY, TAILORING &c. - TAILORS –
Wanted, good Coatmakers: permanency to steady men. Frank Hulley, Buxton.

1911 census
Dale Road Buxton Derbyshire RD Chapel en le Frith SD Buxton 440 ED 8 Piece 21240

Easop Herbert Hulley Head 72 M Tailor - Dealer Derbys Fairfield
Angelina Hulley Wife 68 M 43 yrs 3 ch 2 alive 1 dead Yorks Huddersfield
Francis Herbert Hulley Son 41 S Tailor - Dealer Derbys Buxton
Annie Lilie Hulley Dau 38 S Derbys Buxton
Florence Mansfield Servt 21 S General Servant Domestic Derbys Brinnington

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

1912 - uncle William's 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.


359. Anne Eliza Hulley

1872 Dec qtr - born at Chapel en le Frith RD: Hulley Anne Eliza Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 654 (GRO)

1881 census
RG 11/3454 f.37 Marlborough Rd Harefield House Fairfield, Derby
Easop Herbert HULLY Head M 42 Draper &c Taddington, Derby
Anguline HULLY Wife M 36 Huddersfield, York
Frank HULLY Son 11 Scholar Buxton, Derby
Annie HULLY Daur 7 Scholar Buxton, Derby
Sarah YEOMANS Serv U 16 General Servant Bolsover, Derby
Evelyn MOODY Serv U 20 General Servant Baudsey, Derby

1891 census
RG 12/ 2778 f35r Fairfield Harefield House
Easop Herbert Hulley Head M 52 Tailor & Outfitter Doveholes Fairfield
Angelina Hulley Wife M 47 Huddersfield
Frances Herbert Hulley Son S 21 Tailor's Shopman Fairfield Buxton
Annie Lila Hulley Dau S 18 [Buxton Derbyshire]
Sarah Jane Anzanie Sister in L S 52 Living on her own means Huddersfield
Elizth Ann Cozall Serv S 19 Housemaid - Domestic Benthall Salop
Alice Emma Ungan Serv S 24 Cook - Domestic Coalbrookdale Salop

1895 16 Jan - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - Derbyshire - ROMAN CATHOLIC SOIREE AT BUXTON. On Monday night, the tenth annual soiree was held in the Pavilion,
preceded by a performance in the theatre of “The Enchanted Princess, ” which was
given by the school children, who had been trained by Miss Hulley. There were
songs, choruses, and skirt dancing. Music was supplied by the Pavilion Band, and
dancing followed in the large hall, the M.C.’s being Messrs. Frank Hulley and R.
Hulme.

1901 census
RG 13/3270 f75r Fairfield Harefield
Herbert Hulley Head M 62 Tailor Clothier Shop Keeper Doveholes Derbys Augustine Hulley Wife M 56 Yorks Huddersfield
Francis H. Hulley Son S 32 Tailor's Assistant Derbys Buxton
Annie L. Hulley Dau S 28 Derbys Buxton
Charlotte Hurg Serv W 49 Cook Domestic Weston Super Mare Som

1911 census
Dale Road Buxton Derbyshire RD Chapel en le Frith SD Buxton 440 ED 8 Piece 21240

Easop Herbert Hulley Head 72 M Tailor - Dealer Derbys Fairfield
Angelina Hulley Wife 68 M 43 yrs 3 ch 2 alive 1 dead Yorks Huddersfield
Francis Herbert Hulley Son 41 S Tailor - Dealer Derbys Buxton
Annie Lilie Hulley Dau 38 S Derbys Buxton
Florence Mansfield Servt 21 S General Servant Domestic Derbys Brinnington

1929 - Mother's Probate index entry: Hulley Angulina of 1 Wood-cliffe Dale-road Buxton widow died 4 April 1929
at Beechfield Buxton Probate London 8 May to Annie Lila Hulley spinster Effects £354 10s.


227. Jonathan George Hulley

1844 Jun qtr - born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Jonathan George Chapel-en-le-Frith 19 453 (GRO)
1844 5 May - baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield: John George 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


249. Mary Hulley

1862 28 Sep - baptised at Great Longstone church: Mary 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

1881 - LancsBMD marriage entry: HULLEY Mary J KERSHAW Harry Friarmere, St. Thomas
Oldham CE217/1/330.

1881 Sep qtr - married at Saddleworth RD: Hulley Mary Jane Saddleworth 9a 288 (GRO).

1881 21 Aug - married at St Thomas's church Friarmere: Harry Kershaw Full age Bachelor Tame
Croft; Mary Jane Hully Spinster Mary Cottage Linfitts.

1882 - son Tom born at Saddleworth - see 1891 census below.

1884 - son James born at Saddleworth - see 1891 census below.

1886 - son John born at Saddleworth - see 1891 census below.

1888 - son Fred born at Saddleworth - see 1891 census below.

1890 - son Harry born at Saddleworth - see 1891 census below.

1891 census
RG 12/3550 f44 Saddleworth Hillend
Harry Kershaw Head M 31 Woollen Weaver Yorks Saddleworth
Mary J. Kershaw Wife M 32 Yorks Saddleworth
Tom Kershaw Son 9 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
James Kershaw Son 7 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
John Kershaw Son 5 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
Fred Kershaw Son 3 Yorks Saddleworth
Harry Kershaw Son 6mos Yorks Saddleworth


Harry Kershaw

1860 - born at Saddleworth - see 1891 census below.

1881 - LancsBMD marriage entry: HULLEY Mary J KERSHAW Harry Friarmere, St. Thomas
Oldham CE217/1/330.

1881 Sep qtr - married at Saddleworth RD: Hulley Mary Jane Saddleworth 9a 288 (GRO).

1881 21 Aug - married at St Thomas's church Friarmere: Harry Kershaw Full age Bachelor Tame
Croft; Mary Jane Hully Spinster Mary Cottage Linfitts.

1882 - son Tom born at Saddleworth - see 1891 census below.

1884 - son James born at Saddleworth - see 1891 census below.

1886 - son John born at Saddleworth - see 1891 census below.

1888 - son Fred born at Saddleworth - see 1891 census below.

1890 - son Harry born at Saddleworth - see 1891 census below.

1891 census
RG 12/3550 f44 Saddleworth Hillend
Harry Kershaw Head M 31 Woollen Weaver Yorks Saddleworth
Mary J. Kershaw Wife M 32 Yorks Saddleworth
Tom Kershaw Son 9 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
James Kershaw Son 7 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
John Kershaw Son 5 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
Fred Kershaw Son 3 Yorks Saddleworth
Harry Kershaw Son 6mos Yorks Saddleworth


363. Tom Kershaw

1882 - born at Saddleworth - see 1891 census below.

1891 census
RG 12/3550 f44 Saddleworth Hillend
Harry Kershaw Head M 31 Woollen Weaver Yorks Saddleworth
Mary J. Kershaw Wife M 32 Yorks Saddleworth
Tom Kershaw Son 9 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
James Kershaw Son 7 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
John Kershaw Son 5 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
Fred Kershaw Son 3 Yorks Saddleworth
Harry Kershaw Son 6mos Yorks Saddleworth


364. James Kershaw

1884 - born at Saddleworth - see 1891 census below.

1891 census
RG 12/3550 f44 Saddleworth Hillend
Harry Kershaw Head M 31 Woollen Weaver Yorks Saddleworth
Mary J. Kershaw Wife M 32 Yorks Saddleworth
Tom Kershaw Son 9 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
James Kershaw Son 7 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
John Kershaw Son 5 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
Fred Kershaw Son 3 Yorks Saddleworth
Harry Kershaw Son 6mos Yorks Saddleworth


365. John Kershaw

1886 - born at Saddleworth - see 1891 census below.

1891 census
RG 12/3550 f44 Saddleworth Hillend
Harry Kershaw Head M 31 Woollen Weaver Yorks Saddleworth
Mary J. Kershaw Wife M 32 Yorks Saddleworth
Tom Kershaw Son 9 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
James Kershaw Son 7 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
John Kershaw Son 5 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
Fred Kershaw Son 3 Yorks Saddleworth
Harry Kershaw Son 6mos Yorks Saddleworth


366. Fred Kershaw

1888 - born at Saddleworth - see 1891 census below.

1891 census
RG 12/3550 f44 Saddleworth Hillend
Harry Kershaw Head M 31 Woollen Weaver Yorks Saddleworth
Mary J. Kershaw Wife M 32 Yorks Saddleworth
Tom Kershaw Son 9 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
James Kershaw Son 7 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
John Kershaw Son 5 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
Fred Kershaw Son 3 Yorks Saddleworth
Harry Kershaw Son 6mos Yorks Saddleworth


367. Harry Kershaw

1890 - born at Saddleworth - see 1891 census below.

1891 census
RG 12/3550 f44 Saddleworth Hillend
Harry Kershaw Head M 31 Woollen Weaver Yorks Saddleworth
Mary J. Kershaw Wife M 32 Yorks Saddleworth
Tom Kershaw Son 9 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
James Kershaw Son 7 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
John Kershaw Son 5 Scholar Yorks Saddleworth
Fred Kershaw Son 3 Yorks Saddleworth
Harry Kershaw Son 6mos Yorks Saddleworth


253. Sarah Ann Hulley

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

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

1894 4 Nov - son Harper baptised at St Anne's church Lydgate, Saddleworth: Harper s. of Sarah Ann Hulley Roaches,
single woman.


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