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Derby01 - descendants of Thomae Hulley father of George Hulley who was baptised in 1640

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316. Emma Jane Hulley

1856 13 Oct - baptised at Ashford-in-the-Water church

1861 census
RG 9/xxxx DERBYSHIRE Ashford in the Water 56
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

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

1882 Mar qtr - married at Bakewell RD

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

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

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


409. Cecil W. Twigg

1879 - born at Ashford - see 1891 census below.

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 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


322. Herbert Henry Hulley

1851 21 Jul - 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 1851by Edwd. B. Rowley
Registrar.

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

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 Sep qtr - married at Chorlton RD: Hulley Herbert Henry Chorlton 8c 803. (GRO).

1873 - LancsBMD: HULLEY Herbert H PIERCY Alice Manchester, Rusholme, Holy Trinity

1873 23 Jul - WEDDING - HULLEY: PIERCY - at Platt Church, by the Rev. H. T. Veness. H. H. HULLEY, eldest son of
the late John Hulley of Rusholme, to ALICE, only daughter of the late JOSEPH PIERCY, of Chorlton-on-
Medlock. Source - Silver Wedding announcement in the Guardian 23 July 1898 - see below.

1874 Jun qtr - daughter Alice Gertrude born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Alice Gertrude Chorlton 8c 822.

1874 21 Apr - The Manchester Guardian: BIRTHS – On the 19th inst. at No. 3, Botham-street, Moss Side, the wife of H.
H. Hulley, of a daughter.

1878 31 Aug - Isle of Man Times and General Advertiser - VISITORS’ LISTS - VISITORS BOOK
AT THE TIMES OFFICE - At 18 Buck’s-road: Mr. H. H. Hulley & wife, M’chester.

1875 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Moss-Side 11 Botham Street - Herbert Henry Hulley

1875 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Moss-Side 11 Botham Street - Herbert Hy Hulley

1878 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Moss-Side 11 Botham Street - Herbert Henry Hulley

1879 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Moss-Side 54 Bickley Street - Herbert Henry Hulley

1880 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Moss-Side 54 Bickley Street - Herbert Henry Hulley

1881 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Moss-Side 54 Bickley Street - Herbert Henry Hulley

1881 census
RG 11/3939 f53 54 Bickley St Moss Side, LAN
Herbert H. HULLEY Head M 29 Warehouseman Chorlton, Lancs
Alice HULLEY Wife M 30 C Of House Chorlton, Lancs
Alice G. HULLEY Dau 6 Scholar Moss Side, Lancs

1882 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Moss-Side 54 Bickley Street - Herbert Hy Hulley

1883 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Moss-Side 54 Bickley Street - Herbert Henry Hulley

1884 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Moss-Side 54 Bickley Street - Herbert Hy Hulley

1884 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Moss-Side 6 Stockton Street - Herbert Hy Hulley

1885 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Moss-Side 6 Stockton Street - Herbert Hy Hulley
Owner - Herbert Hy Hulley

1886 20 Feb - Manchester Times - The Manchester Warehousemen and Clerks’ Provident Association (incl.) Thanks
as having been offered to the officers for their services during the year just closed and officers for the
ensuing 12 months having been appointed, Mr H. H. Hulley moved, and Mr G. T. Horton, seconded, that
a grant of 25 guineas, should be made to the Warehousemen and Clerks’ Orphan Schools.

1886 30 Jul - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - MANCHESTER WAREHOUSEMEN AND
CLERKS’ PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION-
The half-yearly meeting of this association was held at 126, Market-street in this city, on Wednesday night,
Mr. George Inchboard presiding. (Inc.) On the motion of the Chairman, seconded by the Vice-Chairman
(Mr. H. H. Hulley) the report and accounts were adopted , and the meeting terminated.

1887 04 Aug - The Manchester Guardian: MANCHESTER WAREHOUSEMEN AND CLERKS’ PROVIDENT
ASSOCIATION - The half-yearly meeting of this Association was held last night in the premises of the
Association at 126 Market-street. The meeting, which was not as well attended as might have been
expected, was presided over by Mr. H. H. Hulley.

1887 06 Aug - Manchester Times - The Manchester Warehousemen and Clerks’ Provident Association (incl.) Mr H. H.
Hulley presided.

CHESHIRE ELECTORAL REGISTERS 1842 - 1900 - Sale

Period Ref no. Name Place of Nature of Street, Lane or name
abode qualification of Property or tenant
1888 K1465 Hulley Herbert Henry 26 Beech road Sale dwelling house 26 Beech road
1890 O1649 Hulley Herbert Henry 27 Marsland road Sale dwelling house 27 Marsland road
1891 O2134 Hulley Herbert Henry 27 Marsland road Sale dwelling house 27 Marsland road
1891 census
RG 12/2826 f105 Sale 27 Marsland Road
Herbert H. Hulley Head M 39 Salesman for Cotton Spinners & Man. Lancs Longsight
Alice Hulley Wife M 40 Lancs Chorlton upon Medlock
Alice G. Hulley Dau S 16 Lancs Moss Side
Ann Piercy M-in-L W 70 Lancs Chorlton upon Medlock
Mary Mort Serv 14 General Serv Domestic Ches Altrincham

CHESHIRE ELECTORAL REGISTERS 1842 - 1900 - Sale

Period Ref no. Name Place of Nature of Street, Lane or name
abode qualification of Property or tenant
1892 O1683 Hulley Herbert Henry 27 Marsland road Sale dwelling house 27 Marsland road
1893 706 Hulley Herbert Henry 20 Northenden road Sale dwelling house (successive) 27 Marsland road
20 Northenden road
1894 O2032 Hulley Herbert Henry 20 Northenden road Sale dwelling house 20 Northenden road
1895 679 Hulley Herbert Henry 20 Northenden road Sale dwelling house 20 Northenden road

1895 02 Aug - Manchester Courier & Lancashire General Advertiser - MANCHESTER WAREHOUSEHOUSE-
MEN AND CLERKS’ PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION -
The half-yearly meeting of the members of this association was held n the boardroom on
Wednesday evening. Mr. H. H. Hulley, the chairman of the board, presided. (etc, etc,.)

CHESHIRE ELECTORAL REGISTERS 1842 - 1900 - Sale

Period Ref no. Name Place of Nature of Street, Lane or name
abode qualification of Property or tenant

1896 1482 Hulley Herbert Henry 20 Northenden road Sale dwelling house 20 Northenden road

1896 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Moss-Side 8 Stockton Street - Herbert H Hulley

1896 21 Feb - The Manchester Guardian: MANCHESTER WAREHOUSEMEN AND CLERKS’ PROVIDENT
ASSOCIATION - The annual meeting of the Manchester Warehousemen and Clerk’s Provident
Association was held last night at the Athenaeum, Mr. W. H. Holland presiding. (Incl.) the motion was
seconded by Mr. H. H. Hulley.

CHESHIRE ELECTORAL REGISTERS 1842 - 1900 - Sale

Period Ref no. Name Place of Nature of Street, Lane or name
abode qualification of Property or tenant
1897 O3039 Hulley Herbert Henry 20 Northenden road Sale dwelling house 20 Northenden road

1898 O3188 Hulley Herbert Henry 20 Northenden road Sale dwelling house 20 Northenden road

1898 Feb 18 - Manchester Times Manchester Warehousemen and Clerks’ Association - 42nd annual meeting incl
H.H. Hulley etc were appointed directors.

1898 23 Jul - The Manchester Guardian: SILVER WEDDING - HULLEY: PIERCY – On July 23 1873, at Platt Church, by
the Rev. H. T. Veness. H. H. HULLEY, eldest son of the late John Hulley of Rusholme, to ALICE, only
daughter of the late JOSEPH PIERCY, of Chorlton-on-Medlock

1899 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Moss-Side 8 Stockton Street - H Hulley

1899 16 Mar - mother died: Somerset House Index - 1899 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.

CHESHIRE ELECTORAL REGISTERS 1842 - 1900 - Sale

Period Ref no. Name Place of Nature of Street, Lane or name
abode qualification of Property or tenant
1899 O3256 Hulley Herbert Henry 20 Northenden road Sale dwelling house 20 Northenden road

1900 O3328 Hulley Herbert Henry 20 Northenden road Sale dwelling house 20 Northenden road

1900 10 Mar - The Manchester Guardian: MANCHESTER INDIAN FAMINE FUND - FIFTH LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS –
(incl.) H.H. Hulley £1.1s.

1901 census
RG 13/3325 f138r Sale 20 Northenden Road
Herbert H. Hulley Head M 49 Salesman to Cotton Spinning Manufs Lancs Manchr Hulme
Alice Hulley Wife M 50 Lancs Manchr Moss Side
Alice G. Hulley Dau S 26 Lancs Manchr Ch on Med
Ann Percy M-in-L W 81 Lancs Manchr Longsight
Maggie Gilbody Serv S 20 General Servant (dom.) Ches Sale

1903 03 Aug - The Manchester Guardian: THE LATE MR. .DUNCAN MATHESON - Funeral at Bowdon Church – also
present – Mr. H. H. Hulley

1907 09 May - wife died at Sale, Cheshire - see Probate Index entry below.

1907 - Probate Index entry: Hulley Alice of Banff-house Priory-road Sale Cheshire (wife of Herbert Henry Hulley)
died 9 May 1907 Probate London 26 June to the said Herbert Henry Hulley grey-cloth-salesman Effects
£1159 10s. 6d.

1911 - Slater's Directory Sale, Brooklands - Prince's Road (West side) Hulley Herbert H. Banff House.

1918 Dec qtr - died at Bucklow RD: Hulley Herbert H. 67 Bucklow 8a 437 (GRO).

1919 28 May - Will announcement in The Times: Latest Wills. Among the latest wills proved are the following:-
MR. HERBERT HENRY HULLEY of Craigs Side, Sale Cheshire, left £200 for charitable purposes.
Gross Value £19,615.

1919 - Probate Index entry: Hulley Herbert Henry of Craigside Broad-road Sale Cheshire died 7 November
1918 Probate London 23 May to the Public Trustee Effects £19,614 15s


Alice Piercy

1851 - born at Chorlton, Lancs - see 1881 census below.

1873 Sep qtr - married at Chorlton RD: Hulley Herbert Henry Chorlton 8c 803. (GRO).

1873 - LancsBMD: HULLEYHerbert H PIERCY Alice Manchester, Rusholme, Holy Trinity
Manchester ref 108/1/80.

1874 Jun qtr - daughter Alice Gertrude born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Alice Gertrude Chorlton 8c 822.

1881 census
RG 11/3939 f53 54 Bickley St Moss Side, LAN
Herbert H. HULLEY Head M 29 Warehouseman Chorlton, Lancs
Alice HULLEY Wife M 30 C Of House Chorlton, Lancs
Alice G. HULLEY Dau 6 Scholar Moss Side, Lancs

1890 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 1 Menai Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley
1890 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 3 Piercey Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley
1890 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 2 Bishop Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley

1891 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 1 Menai Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley
1891 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 2 Bishop Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley
1891 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 3 Piercey Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley

1891 census
RG 12/2826 f105 Sale 27 Marsland Road
Herbert H. Hulley Head M 39 Salesman for Cotton Spinners & Man. Lancs Longsight
Alice Hulley Wife M 40 Lancs Chorlton upon Medlock
Alice G. Hulley Dau S 16 Lancs Moss Side
Ann Piercy M-in-L W 70 Lancs Chorlton upon Medlock
Mary Mort Serv 14 General Serv Domestic Ches Altrincham

1892 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 3 Piercey Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley
1892 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 2 Bishop Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley

1893 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 2 Bishop Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley
1893 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 1 Menai Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley
1893 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 3 Piercey Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley

1894 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 10 Bishop Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley
1894 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 1 Menai Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley
1894 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 3 Piercey Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley

1895 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 3 Piercey Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley

1896 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 2 Bishop Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley
1896 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 3 Piercey Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley
1896 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 1 Menai Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley

1897 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 1 Menai Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley
1897 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 3 Piercey Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley

1898 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 1 Menai Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley
1898 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 3 Piercey Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley

1899 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Central 1 Menai Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley 20 Northenden Rd Sale
1899 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Central 3 Piercey Street Owner - Mrs H H Hulley

1901 census
RG 13/3325 f138r Sale 20 Northenden Road
Herbert H. Hulley Head M 49 Salesman to Cotton Spinning Manufs Lancs Manchr Hulme
Alice Hulley Wife M 50 Lancs Manchr Moss Side
Alice G. Hulley Dau S 26 Lancs Manchr Ch on Med
Ann Percy M-in-L W 81 Lancs Manchr Longsight
Maggie Gilbody Serv S 20 General Servant (dom.) Ches Sale

1907 9 May - died at Sale, Cheshire - see Probate Index entry below.

1907 - Probate Index entry:
Hulley Alice of Banff-house Priory-road Sale Cheshire (wife of Herbert Henry Hulley) died 9 May 1907
Probate London 26 June to the said Herbert Henry Hulley grey-cloth-salesman Effects £1159 10s. 6d.


410. Alice Gertrude Hulley

1874 Jun qtr - born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Alice Gertrude Chorlton 8c 822.

1881 census
RG 11/3939 f53 54 Bickley St Moss Side, LAN
Herbert H. HULLEY Head M 29 Warehouseman Chorlton, Lancs
Alice HULLEY Wife M 30 C Of House Chorlton, Lancs
Alice G. HULLEY Dau 6 Scholar Moss Side, Lancs

1891 census
RG 12/2826 f105 Sale 27 Marsland Road
Herbert H. Hulley Head M 39 Salesman for Cotton Spinners & Man. Lancs Longsight
Alice Hulley Wife M 40 Lancs Chorlton upon Medlock
Alice G. Hulley Dau S 16 Lancs Moss Side
Ann Piercy M-in-L W 70 Lancs Chorlton upon Medlock
Mary Mort Serv 14 General Serv Domestic Ches Altrincham

1901 census
RG 13/3325 f138r Sale 20 Northenden Road
Herbert H. Hulley Head M 49 Salesman to Cotton Spinning Manufs Lancs Manchr Hulme Alice Hulley Wife M 50 Lancs Manchr Moss Side
Alice G. Hulley Dau S 26 Lancs Manchr Ch on Med
Ann Percy M-in-L W 81 Lancs Manchr Longsight
Maggie Gilbody Serv S 20 General Servant (dom.) Ches Sale


323. Hannah Jane Hulley

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

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

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

1871 census
Not found yet.

1873 - dau Elizabeth born at Derby - see 1881 census below.

1876 - dau Mary Ann born at Derby - see 1881 census below.

1876 Dec qtr - married at Bakewell SRD: Hulley Hannah Jane Bakewell 7b 1263.

1876 10 Oct - married at Ashford: Thomas Renshaw Single 30 - father William Renshaw; Hannah Jane Hulley Single
23 - father John Hulley.

1878 - son George born at Derby - see 1881 census below.

1881 census
RG 10/3401 f111r 24 Graham Street Litchurch Derby
Thomas Renshaw Head M 40 General Labourer Hasland Derbys
Hannah Renshaw Wife M 31 Derby
Ellizabeth Renshaw Dau 8 Derby
Mary Ann Renshaw Dau 5 Derby
George Renshaw Son 3 Derby


Thomas Renshaw

1841 - born at Hasland Derbyshire - see 1881 census below.

1873 - dau Elizabeth born at Derby - see 1881 census below.

1876 - dau Mary Ann born at Derby - see 1881 census below.

1876 Dec qtr - married at Bakewell SRD: Renshaw Thomas Bakewell 7b 1263.

1876 10 Oct - married at Ashford: Thomas Renshaw Single 30 - father William Renshaw; Hannah Jane Hulley Single 23 -
father John Hulley.

1878 - son George born at Derby - see 1881 census below.

1881 census
RG 10/3401 f111r 24 Graham Street Litchurch Derby
Thomas Renshaw Head M 40 General Labourer Hasland Derbys
Hannah Renshaw Wife M 31 Derby
Ellizabeth Renshaw Dau 8 Derby
Mary Ann Renshaw Dau 5 Derby
George Renshaw Son 3 Derby


411. Elizabeth Renshaw

1873 - born at Derby - see 1881 census below.

1881 census
RG 10/3401 f111r 24 Graham Street Litchurch Derby
Thomas Renshaw Head M 40 General Labourer Hasland Derbys
Hannah Renshaw Wife M 31 Derby
Ellizabeth Renshaw Dau 8 Derby
Mary Ann Renshaw Dau 5 Derby
George Renshaw Son 3 Derby


412. Mary Ann Renshaw

1876 - born at Derby - see 1881 census below.

1881 census
RG 10/3401 f111r 24 Graham Street Litchurch Derby
Thomas Renshaw Head M 40 General Labourer Hasland Derbys
Hannah Renshaw Wife M 31 Derby
Ellizabeth Renshaw Dau 8 Derby
Mary Ann Renshaw Dau 5 Derby
George Renshaw Son 3 Derby


413. George Renshaw

1878 - born at Derby - see 1881 census below.

1881 census
RG 10/3401 f111r 24 Graham Street Litchurch Derby
Thomas Renshaw Head M 40 General Labourer Hasland Derbys
Hannah Renshaw Wife M 31 Derby
Ellizabeth Renshaw Dau 8 Derby
Mary Ann Renshaw Dau 5 Derby
George Renshaw Son 3 Derby


324. Mary Elizabeth Hulley

1853 19 May - born at Ardwick Lancs - see baptism entry below.

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

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

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

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

1883 Jun qtr - married at Chorlton RD: Hulley Mary Elizabeth Chorlton 8c 1031 (GRO).

1883 - LancBMD marriage entry: HULLEY Mary E WOODALL George J J Chorlton-on-
Medlock Register Office or Registar Attended Manchester CHO_RM/62/125.

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


George J. J. Woodall

1883 Jun qtr - married at Chorlton RD: Hulley Mary Elizabeth Chorlton 8c 1031 (GRO).

1883 - LancBMD marriage entry: HULLEY Mary E WOODALL George J J Chorlton-on-
Medlock Register Office or Registar Attended Manchester CHO_RM/62/125.


414. Marie Goodall

1887 - born at Manchester - see 1891 census below.

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


325. George William Hulley

1858 9 Jan - 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

1858 11 Feb - birth registered: Ninth January 1858 Queen Street Rusholme - George William - Boy - father John Hulley
Book keeper - mother Mary Ann Hulley formerly Dodson - informant Jno. Hulley Father Queen Street
Rusholme - when regd Eleventh February 1858 Thomas Hallworth Registrar.

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

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

1869 27 Apr - The Manchester Guardian: MANCHESTER WAREHOUSEMEN AND CLERKS SCHOOLS
Annual meeting held at the Athenaeum last evening. (Incl.) It was declared by the meeting that George
William Hulley was duly elected as a subscriber’s child.

1871 census
RG 10/3666 f137 Cheadle Hulme Warehousemen, Clerks Orphan School
Geo. W. Hulley Inmate 13 Lancs Manchester
John A. Hulley Inmate 10 Lancs Manchester

1879 2 Aug - married at the parish church in the parish of St. Thomas' Red Bank Manchester: George William Hulley
21 Bachelor Clerk - 22 Bank St - father John Hulley Salesman; Sarah Adeline Muggleston 20 Spinster
Costume Maker 22 Bank St - father Alfred Muggleston Builder. Wits. Alfred Muggleston, Ellen Browne.

1879 Sep qtr - married at Manchester - GRO entry: Hulley George William Manchester 8d 335.

1905 - emigrated to Canada - information from Diane Preston.

1911 Canadian census - information from Diane Preston.
William Hulley Head b England
Addie Hulley Wife b England
Blanche Hulley Dau b Glasgow Scotland
William Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotalnd
Beatrice Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotland
Elizabeth Alice Dau b Glasgow Scotland
Albert Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotland


Sarah Adeline Muggleston

1859 - born - see marriage entry below.

1879 2 Aug - married at the parish church in the parish of St. Thomas' Red Bank Manchester: George William Hulley
21 Bachelor Clerk - 22 Bank St - father John Hulley Salesman; Sarah Adeline Muggleston 20 Spinster
Costume Maker 22 Bank St - father Alfred Muggleston Builder. Wits. Alfred Muggleston, Ellen Browne.

1879 Sep qtr - married at Manchester - GRO entry: Hulley George William Manchester 8d 335.

1905 - emigrated to Canada - information from Diane Preston.


1911 Canadian census - information from Diane Preston.
William Hulley Head M 55 b England
Addie Hulley Wife M 52 b England
Blanche Hulley Dau b Glasgow Scotland
William Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotalnd
Beatrice Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotland
Elizabeth Alice Dau b Glasgow Scotland
Albert Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotland


415. Blanche Hulley

1911 Canadian census - information from Diane Preston.
William Hulley Head b England
Addie Hulley Wife b England
Blanche Hulley Dau b Glasgow Scotland
William Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotalnd
Beatrice Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotland
Elizabeth Alice Dau b Glasgow Scotland
Albert Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotland


416. William Hulley

1911 Canadian census - information from Diane Preston.
William Hulley Head b England
Addie Hulley Wife b England
Blanche Hulley Dau b Glasgow Scotland
William Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotalnd
Beatrice Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotland
Elizabeth Alice Dau b Glasgow Scotland
Albert Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotland


417. Beatrice Hulley

1911 Canadian census - information from Diane Preston.
William Hulley Head b England
Addie Hulley Wife b England
Blanche Hulley Dau b Glasgow Scotland
William Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotalnd
Beatrice Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotland
Elizabeth Alice Dau b Glasgow Scotland
Albert Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotland


418. Elizabeth Alice Hulley

1911 Canadian census - information from Diane Preston.
William Hulley Head b England
Addie Hulley Wife b England
Blanche Hulley Dau b Glasgow Scotland
William Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotalnd
Beatrice Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotland
Elizabeth Alice Dau b Glasgow Scotland
Albert Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotland


419. Albert Hulley

1911 Canadian census - information from Diane Preston.
William Hulley Head b England
Addie Hulley Wife b England
Blanche Hulley Dau b Glasgow Scotland
William Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotalnd
Beatrice Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotland
Elizabeth Alice Dau b Glasgow Scotland
Albert Hulley Son b Glasgow Scotland


326. John Arthur Hulley

1859 24 Sep - 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

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

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

1870 23 Nov - The Manchester Guardian: MANCHESTER WAREHOUSEMEN AND CLERK’ ORPHAN SCHOOLS
half-yearly meeting - (incl.) It was announced that W. Beverley, J. F. Dennison, J. A. Hulley, and J. E.
Killiner, being the children of deceased members, had been admitted to the school at the present
election.

1870 Nov 26 - Manchester Times - Manchester Warehousemen and Clerks Orphan Schools, Cheadle Hulme (incl.)
The following children were elected to the school - Subscribers children -- John Hulley.

1871 census
RG 10/3666 f137 Cheadle Hulme Warehousemen, Clerks Orphan School
Geo. W. Hulley Inmate 13 Lancs Manchester
John A. Hulley Inmate 10 Lancs Manchester

1874 01 Oct - The Manchester Guardian: OXFORD LOCAL EXAMINATIONS - Third Division (incl.) J. A Hulley,
Warehousemen and Clerks’ School.

1874 Oct 3 - Manchester Times, Selborne on Education. On Wednesday afternoon, Lord Selborne distributed the
prizes to the successful candidates at the recent Oxford Local Examinations in Manchester Centre. The
ceremony took place in the Free-trade Hall, which was filled with the candidates and their teachers and
friends. Junior candidates (incl.), J. A. Hulley, 15, Warehousemen and Clerks’ School.

1891 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 3 Oldenburg Street - John Arthur Hulley

1891 census
RG 12/3170 f132 Rusholme 3 Oldenberg Street
John A. Hulley Head M 21 CC Clerk Lancs Manchester
Mary E. Hulley Wife M 26 Ireland
Mary E. Hulley Dau 2 U. S of America

1899 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Gorton 197 Hyde Road - John Arthur Hulley

1899 Jun qtr - died at Chorlton SRD: Hulley John Arthur 39 Chorlton 8c 464.

1899 13 Apr - died at 7 Hyde Road Gorton - see Will index entry below.

1899 17 Jul - Will index entry: HULLEY John Arthur of 7 Hyde Road Gorton near Manchester Cashier died 13 Apr
1899. Administration Manchester 17 Jul to Mary Elizabeth Hulley Widow. Effects £315


Mary E. ......

1865 - born in Ireland - see 1891 census below.

1891 census
RG 12/3170 f132 Rusholme 3 Oldenberg Street
John A. Hulley Head M 21 CC Clerk Lancs Manchester
Mary E. Hulley Wife M 26 Ireland
Mary E. Hulley Dau 2 U. S of America

1899 Jun qtr - husband died at Chorlton SRD: Hulley John Arthur 39 Chorlton 8c 464.

1899 13 Apr - husband died at 7 Hyde Road Gorton - see Will index entry below.

1899 17 Jul - husband's Will index entry: HULLEY John Arthur of 7 Hyde Road Gorton near Manchester
Cashier died 13 Apr 1899. Administration Manchester 17 Jul to Mary Elizabeth Hulley
Widow. Effects £315.


420. Mary E. Hulley

1889 - born in USA - see 1891 census below.

1891 census
RG 12/3170 f132 Rusholme 3 Oldenberg Street
John A. Hulley Head M 21 CC Clerk Lancs Manchester
Mary E. Hulley Wife M 26 Ireland
Mary E. Hulley Dau 2 U. S of America

1899 Jun qtr - father died at Chorlton SRD: Hulley John Arthur 39 Chorlton 8c 464.


327. Richard Dodson Hulley

1862 29 Nov - born at Rusholme - see baptism entry , the 1881 census and his application to join the Institution of
Mechanical Engineers in 1902.

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

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

1874 27 May - The Manchester Guardian: MANCHESTER WAREHOUSEMEN AND CLERK’ ORPHAN SCHOOLS,
CHEADLE HULME. MAY ELECTION - At the Annual General Meeting held at the Town Hall, King-street,
on Tuesday evening, May 26, the following was announced as the RESULT of the ELECTION of
CHILDREN for admission to the Institution:- SUBSCRIBERS’ CHILDREN (incl.) Richard Dodson Hulley.

1874 30 May - Manchester Times - Manchester Warehousemen and Clerks Orphan Schools, Cheadle Hulme (incl.)
The following subscribers’ children were elected: Richard Dodson Hulley

1875 10 Jul - Manchester Times - Manchester Warehousemen and Clerks Orphan Schools, Cheadle Hulme (incl.)
Science Examination Physical Geography Second Class: Richard D. Hulley.

1876 Oct 7 - Manchester Times - Manchester Warehousemen and Clerks’ Orphan Schools - in the science and art
classes connected with the Manchester Warehousemen and Clerks’ Orphan Schools, Cheadle Hulme,
were distributed on Saturday evening, in the Dining Hall of the Institution. The following were firsts in the
elementary classes:- (incl) Richard D. Hully.

1877 15 Jun - The Manchester Guardian: WAREHOUSEMEN AND CLERK’ ORPHAN SCHOOLS, CHEADLE HULME. -
Results of the Government science and art examinations. Mathematics First Stage, First-class, Richard
D. Hulley;

1877 Jun 16 - Manchester Times - Manchester Warehousemen and Clerks Orphan Schools, Cheadle Hulme (incl.)
The following have passed the science and art examination in physical geography: -- Second class:
Richard D. Hulley. The following candidates have also passed: -- Mathematics First Stage, First Class:
Richard D. 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

1886 14 Jun - listed in Manchester Guardian - cricket match: East Manchester (87 all out) v, Levenshulme (84 all out)
R.D. Hulley scored 2.

1886 Sep qtr - married at St John's church Longsight Hulley Richard Dodson Chorlton 8c 1005.

LancsBMD - HULLEY Richard D HERBERT Annie Manchester, Longsight, St. John Manchester ref 80/2/237

1887 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Levenshulme Adlands Lane - Richd Dearly (sic) Hulley

1888 Dec qtr - son Walter Herbert born at Chorlton SRD: Hulley Walter Herbert Chorlton 8c 799.

1889 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Kirkmanshulme 852 Stockport Road - Richd Hulley

1890 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Levenshulme Albert Road - Richd Hulley

1890 Jun qtr - daughter Doris Mary born at Prestwich SRD: Hulley Doris Mary Prestwich 8d 353.

1891 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Levenshulme Eskdale, Albert Road - Richd Hulley

1891 census
RG 12/3181 Levenshulme 9r 11 Albert Road
Richard D. Halley Head M 28 Gas Engineer lock Lancashire Rusholme
Annie Halley Wife M 28 Lancashire Manchester
Doris M. Halley Dau 1 Lancashire Manchester
Lillie Allen Serv S 14 General Servant Lancashire Manchester

1892 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Levenshulme Eskdale, Albert Road - Richd Hulley

1893 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Levenshulme Albert Road - Richd Hulley

1893 Mar qtr - wife died at Chorlton: Hulley Annie 30 Chorlton 8c 528.

1893 Jun qtr - daughter Annie Herbert born at Chorlton SRD: Hulley Annie Herbert Chorlton 8c 826.
Note the discrepancy between the date of death of Annie Hulley and the date of birth of her daughter
Annie Herbert Hulley may be caused by delay in birth registration.

1893 04 Mar - Manchester Courier & Lancashire General Advertiser BIRTHS -
HULLEY - On March 1st at Levenshulme, the wife of Richard Hulley, a daughter.

INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM SCIENCE RESEARCH LIBRARY, SOUTHAMPTON BUILDINGS, LONDON
No. of Date of
Year Name of Patentee Appln Appln Subject

1893 Hulley, R.D. & anr 24584 21 Dec Oil engines
(Richard Dodson Hulley, Albert Road Levenshulme, Manchester. Engineer. With William John Crossley of
Crossley Bros., Openshaw) (Application filed).

1894 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Levenshulme May Villa Albert Road - Richd Dodson Hulley

1895 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Levenshulme Lorne Villa, Albert Road - Richd Dodson Hulley

1896 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Levenshulme Albert Road - Richard Dodson Hulley

1896 Dec qtr - married at Chorlton SRD: Hulley Richard Dodson Chorlton 8c 1362.

1896 - Lancs BMD marriage entry: HULLEY Richard D TONGE Frances Chorlton-on-Medlock Register Office or
Registar Attended Manchester CHO_RM/120/4

1898 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Levenshulme Albert Road - Richd Dodson Hulley

1899 16 Mar - mother died: Somerset House Index - 1899 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.

1901 census
RG 13/3691 170r Levenshulme LAN 15 Albert Rd
Richard D. Hulley Head M 38 Mechanical Electrical Engineer Lancs Rusholme M/c
Frances Hulley Wife M 38 Lancs Old Trafford
Walter H. Hulley Son 12 Lancs Levenshulme
Doris M. Hulley Dau 11 Lancs Levenshulme
Annie H.Hulley Dau 8 Lancs Levenshulme
Selina Allen Serv S 21 Servant Domestic Staffs Ocker Hill Tipton

1901 21 Jun - The Manchester Guardian: MONEY MARKET – BANK OF ENGLAND - JOINT STOCK COMPANIES –
MESSRS ROYCE – The ordinary annual meeting of Messrs Royce, Limited, electrical engineers, was
held yesterday at the registered offices in Hulme, Mr. E. A. Claremont presiding. Mr. R. D. Hully, the
retiring director, and Messrs Stockwell and Williamson, the retiring auditors, were unanimously re-
elected.

1901 - wife France's LancsBMD death entry: HULLEY Frances 42 Lytham

1901 Sep qtr - wife Frances died at Fylde RD: Hulley Frances 42 vol 8e page 446 (FreeBMD).

1901 11 Dec - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser ROYCE LIMITED - ELECTRICAL AND
MECHANICAL ENGINEERS - R.D. Hulley, Director.

1902 25 Jan - Proposal to join the Institution of Mechanical Engineers

The inistitution of Mechanical Engineers
Established 1847

PROPOSAL OF MEMBER, OR ASSOCIATE MEMBER, OR ASSOCIATE

Name in full Richard Dodson Hulley
Designation or Occupation Mechanical & Electrical Engineer
Business Address Royce Ltd. Cooke St. Hulme Manchester

being 39 years of age,and being desirous of admission into THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL
ENGINEERS, we, the undersigned proposer and seconder from our personal knowledge, and the three
other signers from trustworthy information, propose and recommend him as a proper person to belong
to the Institution.

Witness our hands, this 25th day of January 1902

FIVE Members' or Associate Members' Signatures are required.

Proposed from personal knowledge by + W. J. Crossley

Seconded from personal knowledge by F.W. Pryce

Supported
from George Saxon
trustworthy Henry P.Holt
information E. A. Claremont
by

Signature of Candidate Richard D. Hulley

+ For the purpose of supplying the Council with the requisite information for the consideration of the
Proposal, the Proposer is requested to to add on the back the particulars of the education and
professional career of the Candidate, with dates and his age; and to authenticate the statement with his
signature.

REVERSE OF DOCUMENT

Date of Birth November 29th 1862.

Education. R.D.H. received his education at the Cheadle Hulme schools, W. Manchester 1874-7
afterwards at Owens College now (Victoria University). Passed the Cambridge Univ. Local Exam with
honours. Technical education at the Manchester Technical School.

Apprenticeship (with dates) Under indentures with E.J. Bellhouse & Co. Manchester from 1878-1883,
passing through Fetling, Turning, Millwrighting & Moulding shops - afterwards in Drawing Office.

Subsequent Career (with dates) 1883-5 with Emmerson & Murgatroyd - Stockport as Draughtsman for
Mechanical & Electrical Wk. 1885-9 Chief Engineering Assistant to Francis B. Welch & Co. Consulting
Engineers Manchester superintending the designing and erection of many large engineering plants.
1889-1899 with Messrs Crossley Bros.Openshaw Manchester the Otto Gas & Oil Engine Makers in
designing, testing & experimenting for the production of their Gas & Oil engines. 1899- now acting as
General Manager & Director to Royce Ld. Electrical Mechanical Engineers.

Membership in other Societies (Nil)

Signature of Proposer W. J. Crossley

1907 09 May - The Manchester Guardian: CORRESPONDENCE – MANCHESTER’S GAS SUPPLY
Sir,—I was very pleased to read lately in your columns that more than ordinary interest is being taken in
the matter of gas supply, and the letter from Mr. Frank H. Goude in to-day’s issue, accompanied by such
important figures, ought to stir up matters and enable the users to get at the proper facts. For Alderman
Gibson and the Gas Committee generally to take the credit they do for contributing annually so much
money to the relief of the rates, is preposterous, as the whole business is a rnonopoly, with power to
charge any price they like and give in return any quality of gas they like—surely a piece of business that
would not last even the shortest, length of time if carried on under competition.
Some few months back the lights in my house gradually grew so feeble in their illuminating power that
we were moving about in semi-darkness, and the atmosphere generally in the house and the ceilings
were very bad. I wrote to my District Board in Levenshulme and also to the Town Hall, but got no
satisfaction, but only implied statements that I had better adopt incandescent burners. An inspector of
the Manchester Corporation came along and took pressure records, and also fitted one or two new
burners with a cap” or “spreader” on the top, which, with, the disturbances of the air in the rooms when
anyone walked about or a door was opened, gave a flame which resembled the flaring lights to be seen
in rows in front of shops, and yet the rooms were insufficiently lighted and the ceilings blackened in a
very short time.
If Mr. Goude has’ any figures relative to the pressure of the gas at the customer’s burner I think the public
would be interested to see them, as I was very much astonished to see a pressure of two inches in my
bedroom, which, if I remember correctly, Is more than double what it was in 1898 or thereabouts. My
opinion is that, to cope with competition from electric lights and oil, the gas pressure has been steadily
increased, the candle power and corresponding illuminating power greatly reduced. and the charge to
the public reduced very little, the first two items contributing very largely to the money profits and at the
same time to our personal discomfort. If the new method of testing showed a reduction of candle power
of 17.04 to 15.30, one is inclined to ask what would the old system of testing have shown.—Yours, &e, .
R. D. HULLEY
Levenshulme May 7. .

1907 23 Sep - The Manchester Guardian; TRAFFORD PARK TRAM SERVICE.
Mr. R. D. Hulley writes :—“ Having had the desire during the last few Mornings to reach our works in
Trafford Park before 7 a.m., I have been very considerably surprised at the difficulty of accomplishing
what appears to be such an easy undertaking. I don’t think I exaggerate in the least when I state that
much money Is lost to the thousands of workmen who are employed in the Park through their not being
able to arrive in time in consequence of delays and breakdowns in the tram service. For want of more
trams one can see at every stopping place numbers of men who are waiting, and who have to be
disappointed because the car is full, and waiting for the next means loss of time and wages. We want
the best workmen we can get in the various trades to come to work in Trafford Park, but to effect this
there must be convenient and reliable means for them to reach their work and get home again
without the, at present, daily risk of losing time and money through a poor car service.”

1908 17 Aug - The Manchester Guardian: THE QUALITY OF MANCHESTER GAS
To the Editor of the Manchester Guardian.
Sir,—Notwithstanding Mr. Gibson’s statement “The gas is as good as ever it was,” the quality of the gas
for illuminating purposes has during the last few years been steadily on the decline, and at the present
time, unless the gas is used through incandescent mantles or large flaring burners, the light obtainable
is miserable and totally inadequate.
Considering that the supply of gas for illuminating purposes is a monopoly of the Corporation, the
public should be safeguarded with “standards of quality” with respect to its use for power or lighting. So
Iong as the standard is maintained, the Corporation could do all in its power to cheapen cost of
production and retail at the lowest possible price; but the standard must be maintained.
With respect to its decline and instability, I quote the following from a paper read before the Institution of
Mechanical Engineers on Friday, April 10, 1908, on “The governing and the regularity of gas engines
“:—“ It is unfortunate that the particulars given in these and in other tests are comparable only with
themselves and not with each other, owing to the constant and great variation in the calorific value of
the Manchester gas, which during the last two or three years has constantly fluctuated from less than
500 to over 600 B.Th.A. per cubic foot (on the lower scale) as tested in a, Junker calorimeter, often
varying 40 or more units during a test, and larger amounts from day to day.”
The pressure in the mains ten years ago was I believe under 1 in. of water; to-day I think it will be found
to be over 2in., if not touching 2½in; and I presume this extra pressure is necessary to get a
correspondingly large volume of gas through to make up for its poorer quality. Hence the gas bill may
be analysed as follows :—Old gas bill equals small quantity plus good gas equals 50s.; present gas bill
equals large quantity plus bad gas equals 50s.—gain to Corporation on account of “bad gas” being so
much proportionately cheaper to make than the good gas.
Considering the increased pressure In the mains and the admixture with the gas of new constituents.
which, I believe, are very weak in odour and dangerous when inhaled, is there not great risk with the old
fittings In old property, and even with. the very flimsy fittings in the present-day new cheap property ?
Yours, &c., R. D. HULLEY, M.I.Mech.E. August 14

Note by Ray Hulley
History of Rolls Royce - from Wikipedia.
In 1884, Henry Royce started an electrical and mechanical business. He made his first car, a two-
cylinder Royce 10, in his Manchester factory in 1904, and was introduced to Charles Rolls at the
Midland Hotel in Manchester on 4 May of that year. Rolls was proprietor of an early motor car
dealership, C.S.Rolls & Co. in Fulham.

INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM SCIENCE RESEARCH LIBRARY, SOUTHAMPTON BUILDINGS, LONDON
No. of Date of
Year Name of Patentee Appln Appln Subject

1904 Hulley, RD 18865 1 Sep Carburettors
(Application filed)

1909 Hulley RD 22454 - Electrical capstans etc

1911 census
Bucklow RD 445; Altrincham SRD ED 3 Piece21526 Sunny Bank Sandiway Road Altrincham Cheshire
Richard Dodson Hulley Head 48 W Electrical & Mechanical Engineer Lancs Manchester
Doris Mary Hulley Dau 21 S Lancs Manchester
Annie Proctor Servt 40 S Notts Nottingham
Edith Shaw Servt 17 S Ches Hale

INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM SCIENCE RESEARCH LIBRARY, SOUTHAMPTON BUILDINGS, LONDON
No. of Date of
Year Name of Patentee Appln Appln Subject

1914 Hulley RD 23231 28 Nov Track switches

1914 - Kell;y's Directory of Cheshire: Altrincham - Hulley Richard D. 33 Sandiway Road.

Freemason Membership Register:
Lodge Initiation Date Passing Raising Name Age Residence

Shakspere Manchester 1918-02-01 Mar-01 Apl-05 Hulley Richard Dodson 55 Altrincham

Profession Certificate Year Range
Engineer 01.10.18 1910-1921

See www.bilderberg.org <http://www.bilderberg.org> for explanation of Passing and Raising.


1920 2 Jul - listed on Ellis Island indexes with son Walter Herbert:

Date of Arrival Jul 2 1920
Family Name Hulley
Given Name Walter Herbert
Yrs/mos 31
M/F M
M/S/W M
Occupation Mechanical Engineer
Nationality British
Race English
Last Perm. residence England Derby
Name & address of Father RD Hulley
nearest relative or friend Sunny Bank Sandiway Rd Altrincham Ches
Final destination Mass Springfield
Who paid for ticket? Employers
In US before Y/N? No
When/Where -
Name & address Rolls Royce Ltd Springfield (Permanent)
Height 5'7"
Complexion fair
Hair brown
Eyes Blue
ID marks Scar on forehead
Birthplace England Manchester
Ship Olympic
Port Southampton


Annie Herbert

1863 - born at Manchester - see 1891 census below.

1886 Sep qtr - married at St John's church Longsight Hulley Richard Dodson Chorlton 8c 1005.

LancsBMD - HULLEY Richard D HERBERT Annie Manchester, Longsight, St. John Manchester ref 80/2/237

1888 Dec qtr - son Walter Herbert born at Chorlton SRD: Hulley Walter Herbert Chorlton 8c 799.

1890 Jun qtr - daughter Doris Mary born at Prestwich SRD: Hulley Doris Mary Prestwich 8d 353.

1891 census
RG 12/3181 Levenshulme 9r 11 Albert Road
Richard D. Halley Head M 28 Gas Engineer lock Lancashire Rusholme
Annie Halley Wife M 28 Lancashire Manchester
Doris M. Halley Dau 1 Lancashire Manchester
Lillie Allen Serv S 14 General Servant Lancashire Manchester

1893 04 Mar - Manchester Courier & Lancashire General Advertiser BIRTHS -
HULLEY - On March 1st at Levenshulme, the wife of Richard Hulley, a daughter.

1893 Mar qtr - died at Chorlton: Hulley Annie 30 Chorlton 8c 528.

1893 - Lancs BMD death entry: HULLEY Annie 30 Ardwick Archives+, Manchester Central Library ARD/145/118.


1893 Jun qtr - daughter Annie Herbert born at Chorlton SRD: Hulley Annie Herbert Chorlton 8c 826.
Note the discrepancy between the date of death of Annie Hulley and the date of birth of
her daughter Annie Herbert Hulley may be caused by delay in birth registration.


422. Doris Mary Hulley

1890 Jun qtr - born at Prestwich SRD: Hulley Doris Mary Prestwich 8d 353.

1891 census
RG 12/3181 Levenshulme 9r 11 Albert Road
Richard D. Halley Head M 28 Gas Engineer lock Lancashire Rusholme
Annie Halley Wife M 28 Lancashire Manchester
Doris M. Halley Dau 1 Lancashire Manchester
Lillie Allen Serv S 14 General Servant Lancashire Manchester

1901 census
RG 13/3691 170r Levenshulme LAN 15 Albert Rd
Richard D. Hulley Head M 38 Mechanical Electrical Engineer Lancs Rusholme M/c
Frances Hulley Wife M 38 Lancs Old Trafford
Walter H. Hulley Son 12 Lancs Levenshulme
Doris M. Hulley Dau 11 Lancs Levenshulme
Annie H.Hulley Dau 8 Lancs Levenshulme
Selina Allen Serv S 21 Servant Domestic Staffs Ocker Hill Tipton

1911 census
Bucklow RD 445; Altrincham SRD ED 3 Piece21526 Sunny Bank Sandiway Road Altrincham Cheshire
Richard Dodson Hulley Head 48 W Electrical & Mechanical Engineer Lancs Manchester
Doris Mary Hulley Dau 21 S Lancs Manchester
Annie Proctor Servt 40 S Notts Nottingham
Edith Shaw Servt 17 S Ches Hale

1915 02 Oct - married at Knutsford - see newspaper report below.

1915 05 Oct - Manchester Evening News: MARRIAGE. TEW—HULLEY.—On October 2nd, at Knutsord (by special
licence), Lieutenant C. N.A. TEW. 16th Batt. King's Liverpool Regiment, second son of Mrs. Tew and the
late Major Tew, of the Royal Scots Fusiliers, of Madras. India, to DORIS MARY, elder daughter of Richard
D. HULLEY, Sandiway Road, Altrincham.


C.N.A. Tew

1915 02 Oct - married at Knutsford - see newspaper report below.

1915 05 Oct - Manchester Evening News: MARRIAGE. TEW-HULLEY.-On October 2nd, at Knutsord (by special
licence), Lieutenant C. N.A. TEW. 16th Batt. King's Liverpool Regiment, second son of Mrs. Tew and the
late Major Tew, of the Royal Scots Fusiliers, of Madras. India, to DORIS MARY, elder daughter of Richard
D. HULLEY, Sandiway Road, Altrincham.


423. Anne Herbert Hulley

1893 04 Mar - Manchester Courier & Lancashire General Advertiser BIRTHS -
HULLEY - On March 1st at Levenshulme, the wife of Richard Hulley, a daughter.

1893 Jun qtr - born at Chorlton SRD: Hulley Annie Herbert Chorlton 8c 826.
Note the discrepancy between the date of death of Annie Hulley and the date of birth of
her daughter Annie Herbert Hulley may be caused by delay in birth registration, ie after 31 March.

1901 census
RG 13/3691 170r Levenshulme LAN 15 Albert Rd
Richard D. Hulley Head M 38 Mechanical Electrical Engineer Lancs Rusholme M/c
Frances Hulley Wife M 38 Lancs Old Trafford
Walter H. Hulley Son 12 Lancs Levenshulme
Doris M. Hulley Dau 11 Lancs Levenshulme
Annie H.Hulley Dau 8 Lancs Levenshulme
Selina Allen Serv S 21 Servant Domestic Staffs Ocker Hill Tipton

1911 census
Yorkshire

1921 20 Aug - UK Outward Passenger Lists 1890-1960
Ship - Ormonde - London to Australia
Contract Ticket No. 120
Tew Mrs. D. M. Sunny Bank, Sandiway Rd., Altrincham 2nd Cl. age 31
Tew Miss M.N. " " " " " " " 4
Hulley Miss A. H. " " " " " " " 28
Port at which Passsengers have contracted to land - Port Said in all cases
Country of Intended Future Perrmanent Residence - Egypt in all cases


Frances Tonge

1863 - born at Old Trafford, Manchester - see 1901 census below.

1896 Dec qtr - married at Chorlton SRD: Hulley Richard Dodson Chorlton 8c 1362.

1896 - Lancs BMD marriage entry: HULLEY Richard H TONGE Frances Chorlton-on-Medlock
Register Office or Registar Attended Manchester CHO_RM/120/4

1901 census
RG 13/3691 170r Levenshulme LAN 15 Albert Rd
Richard D. Hulley Head M 38 Mechanical Electrical Engineer Lancs Rusholme M/c
Frances Hulley Wife M 38 Lancs Old Trafford
Walter H. Hulley Son 12 Lancs Levenshulme
Doris M. Hulley Dau 11 Lancs Levenshulme
Annie H.Hulley Dau 8 Lancs Levenshulme
Selina Allen Serv S 21 Servant Domestic Staffs Ocker Hill Tipton

1901 - LancsBMD death entry: HULLEY Frances 42 Lytham

1901 Sep qtr - died at Fylde RD: Hulley Frances 42 vol 8e page 446 (FreeBMD).

Lancashire Cemetery Registers - from Ancestry
Name Frances Hulley
Death Age 45
Birth Date c1856
Death Date c1901
Burial Date 19 Aug 1901
Burial Place Manchester
Cemetery Southern
Cemetery Section F
Grave No. 955
Cemetery Notes Consecrated


334. John Hulley

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

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

1869 10 Oct - 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.

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

1894 Sep qtr - married at West Derby RD: HULLEY John W Derby 8b 967 (GRO).

1895 Sep qtr - dau Marian born at West Derby RD: Hulley Marian West Derby 8b 453 (GRO).

1895 11 Jul - dau Marion born at Liverpool - see baptism entry below.

1896 11 Sep - dau Marion baptised at St Margaret's church Anfield: Marion Hulley d. of John & Emily Hulley 9 Scorton
Street Mariner.

1898 Jun qtr - son John James Harrison? born at West Derby RD: Hulley John James H. West Derby
8b 616. (FreeBMD).

1900 Sep qtr - son Charles born at West Derby RD: Hulley Charles West Derby 8b 628 (FreeBMD).

1905 Dec qtr - son William born at West Derby RD: Hulley William West Derby 8b 616 (FreeBMD).

1905 25 Sep - son William born at Liverpool - see baptism entry below.

1906 10 Oct - son William baptised at St Margaret's church Anfield: William Hulley s. of John & Emily
Hulley 62 Celt Street Mariner b. 25 Sep 1905.

1908 Mar qtr - son George born at West Derby RD: Hulley George vol. 8b page 639 (FreeBMD).

1909 Dec qtr - wife died at West Derby RD: Hulley Emily 33 West Derby 8b 321 (FreeBMD).

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

1930 08 Nov - Merchant Seamen - from Find My Past
C.R. 1. NO. Dis. A. issued 46,362
Surname (in CAPITALS) HULLEY
Christian Names John
Birth: Year 1867 Place Liverpool
Rating Lamptrimmer Certificate (if any) : grade & No. - P.R. No. (if any) -
Health } Society - Royal Liver A.S. Branch - Liverpool
Insce. } Membership No. -
Unemployment Insce:- Local Office - L'pool No. 246534
Height 5. 3.5 Colour Eyes Grey Hair Fair
Complexion Fair Distinguishing marks Anchor on
left arm, Ring on two fingers left hand

(Reverse of card)

DECLARATION TO BE MADE IF OCCASION ARISES
(over written ) S.S. Cuthbert at Hull (?name of ship?)
I hereby certify that I am not now in possession of an unfilled
Continuous Certificate of Discharge (Board of Trade, Irish Free State, or
Canadian) for the following reason:-
1st Contn Dis A. 2/6
Signature of Seaman John Hulley

Mercantile Marine Office Canning Place -8 NOV 1930
Date stamp of M.M.O.

1932 Jul qtr - ? died at West Derby RD: Hulley John 65 vol8b page 534 (FreeBMD).

Lancashire Cemetery Registers - from Ancestry
Name John Henry Hully
Death Age 65
Occupation Horse Keeper
Birth Date c1867
Death Date c1932
Burial Date 20 Jul 1932
Burial Place Manchester
Cemetery Southern
Cemetery Section H
Grave No. 659


Emily Ashurst

1873 - born at Liverpool - see 1901 census below.

1894 Sep qtr - married at West Derby RD: Ashurst Emily W Derby 8b 967 (GRO).

1895 Sep qtr - dau Marian born at West Derby RD: Hulley Marian West Derby 8b 453 (GRO).

1895 11 Jul - dau Marion born at Liverpool - see baptism entry below.

1896 11 Sep - dau Marion baptised at St Margaret's church Anfield: Marion Hulley d. of John & Emily
Hulley 9 Scorton Street Mariner.

1898 Jun qtr - son John James Harrison? born at West Derby RD: Hulley John James H. West Derby
8b 616. (FreeBMD).

1900 Sep qtr - son Charles born at West Derby RD: Hulley Charles West Derby 8b 628 (FreeBMD).

1901 census
RG 13/3500 f111 West Derby 66 New Road
Owen Williams Head M 21 Carter Bangor Carnarvon
Gertrude Williams Wife M 19 Liverpool Lancs
Emily Hulley Ldgr M 28 Liverpool Lancs
Marian Hulley Dau 5 Liverpool Lancs
John J. H. Hulley Son 2 Liverpool Lancs
Charles Hulley Son 9mo Liverpool Lancs
James Hulley Brthr S 44 Ship's Cook Liverpool Lancs

1905 Dec qtr - son William born at West Derby RD: Hulley William West Derby 8b 616 (FreeBMD).

1905 25 Sep - son William born at Liverpool - see baptism entry below.

1906 10 Oct - son William baptised at St Margaret's church Anfield: William Hulley s. of John & Emily
Hulley 62 Celt Street Mariner b. 25 Sep 1905.

1908 Mar qtr - son George born at West Derby RD: Hulley George vol. 8b page 639 (FreeBMD).
1909 Dec qtr - died at West Derby RD: Hulley Emily 33 West Derby 8b 321 (FreeBMD).


424. Marian Hulley

1895 Sep qtr - born at West Derby RD: Hulley Marian West Derby 8b 453 (GRO).

1895 11 Jul - born at Liverpool - see baptism entry below.

1896 11 Sep - baptised at St Margaret's church Anfield: Marion Hulley d. of John & Emily Hulley 9
Scorton Street Mariner.

1901 census
RG 13/3500 f111 West Derby 66 New Road
Owen Williams Head M 21 Carter Bangor Carnarvon
Gertrude Williams Wife M 19 Liverpool Lancs
Emily Hulley Ldgr M 28 Liverpool Lancs
Marian Hulley Dau 5 Liverpool Lancs
John J. H. Hulley Son 2 Liverpool Lancs
Charles Hulley Son 9mo Liverpool Lancs
James Hulley Brthr S 44 Ship's Cook Liverpool Lancs


426. Charles Hulley

1900 Sep qtr - born at West Derby RD: Hulley Charles West Derby 8b 628 (FreeBMD).

1901 census
RG 13/3500 f111 West Derby 66 New Road
Owen Williams Head M 21 Carter Bangor Carnarvon
Gertrude Williams Wife M 19 Liverpool Lancs
Emily Hulley Ldgr M 28 Liverpool Lancs
Marian Hulley Dau 5 Liverpool Lancs
John J. H. Hulley Son 2 Liverpool Lancs
Charles Hulley Son 9mo Liverpool Lancs
James Hulley Brthr S 44 Ship's Cook Liverpool Lancs

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


427. William Hulley

1905 Dec qtr - born at West Derby RD: Hulley William West Derby 8b 616 (FreeBMD).

1905 25 Sep - born at Liverpool - see baptism entry below.

1906 10 Oct - baptised at St Margaret's church Anfield: William Hulley s. of John & Emily Hulley 62
Celt Street Mariner b. 25 Sep 1905.

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


428. George Hulley

1908 Mar qtr - born at West Derby RD: Hulley George vol. 8b page 639 (FreeBMD).

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


338. Herbert Hulley

1857 10 May - baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield: Herbert 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 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

From Ancestry Railway Staff Records:
Hulley Herbert age 14 Bugsworth Station Clerk 12/- per week 09.10.1871
Hulley H age 14 Bugsworth Clerk Manc,Sheff,Linc 30/- per week 09.10.1871
Hulley H age 14 Bugsworth Clerk Manc,Sheff,Linc 25/- per week 09.10.1871 Apl 1/82 1.7.6;
Hulley H age 14 Bugsworth Assistant Manc,Sheff,Linc 2/- per week 09.10.1871 Apl 73 16/- pr week
Hulley Herbert Ancoats Asst. Toll Clerk Manc,Sheff,Linc 8/- per week 09.10.1871
Hulley Herbert Bugsworth Asst. Toll Clerk Manc,Sheff,Linc 4/-per week adv. 18.05.1872
May 18th 1872 Transferred to Bugsworth
Hulley Herbert Whaley Bridge Asst Toll Clk + civil Manc,Sheff,Linc 4/-per week adv. 01.04.1873
Hulley Herbert Bugsworth Asst Toll Clk + civil Manc,Sheff,Linc 2/- per week adv. 01.07.1874
Jan 4/97 Apptd.Clerk
Hulley Herbert Bugsworth Asst Toll Clk + civil Manc,Sheff,Linc 2/- per week adv. 01.01.1876 Bugsworth @ 22/6
& Civil
Hulley Herbert Whaley Bridge Asst Toll Clk + civil Manc,Sheff,Linc 2/6 per week adv. 01.07.1877 Whaley
Bridge @ 10/- house Jas?

1878 Jul 24 - Derby Mercury - Buxton Petty Sessions Herbert Hully, a young man in the employ of
Mr Chantry, was summoned for causing an obstruction by hawking fruit in front of the
principal entrance to the pavilion and gardens in St John's-road. Mr Newbold, the
gate-keeper, said that the nuisance was very great, and that the directors of the
company had caused a complaint to be made about it. In this instance, a fine of
1s. only and costs was imposed; but in all similar cases, the Bench said the fine
would be much heavier.

From Ancestry Railway Staff Records:
Hulley Herbert Whaley Bridge Asst Toll Clk + civil Manc,Sheff,Linc 2/6 per week adv.01.10.1878
1878 Dec qtr - married at St Mary's church Stockport: Hulley Herbert Stockport St Mary's 8a 100

1878 CheshireBMD marriage entry: HULLEY Herbert VERNON Sarah A Stockport, St Mary
Stockport ST16/23/457.

1879 Sep qtr - son Henry born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Henry Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 743
(GRO).

1879 04 Jul - son Henry born at Fairfield Derbshire - see baptism entry below.

1879 17 Aug - son Henry baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield Derbyshire - Henry son of Herbert
and Sarah Ann Hulley (born 4 Jul 1879) (IGI).

1880 Dec qtr - dau. Mary Hannah born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Mary Hannah Chapel-
en-le-Frith 7b 725 (GRO).

1880 04 Sep - dau Mary Hannah born at Fairfield, Derbyshire - see baptism entry below.

1881 17 Apr - dau Mary Hannah baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield Derbyshire - Mary Hannah
dau. of Herbert and Sarah Ann Hulley (born 4 Jul 1879) (IGI).

1881 census
RG 11/3456 f.138 Gnat Hole Chapel En Le Frith, Derby
Herbert HULLEY Head M 24 Book Keeper Fairfield, Derby
Sarah A. HULLEY Wife M 23 Hayfield, Derby
Henry HULLEY Son 1 Chapel Th, Derby
Mary H. HULLEY Daur 7m Chapel Th, Derby

1882 Mar qtr - daughter Annie born at Chapel-en-le-frith RD: Hulley Annie Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 814
(GRO).

From Ancestry Railway Staff Records:
Hulley Herbert Whaley Bridge Asst Toll Clk + civil Manc,Sheff,Linc 2/6 per week adv. 01.04.1882
1883 Dec qtr - daughter Sarah Elizabeth born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Sarah Elizabeth Chapel-en-le-Frith
7b 783 (GRO).

1885 Sep qtr - son George born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley George Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 784 (GRO).

From Ancestry Railway Staff Records:
Hulley Herbert Whaley Bridge Asst Toll Clk + civil Manc,Sheff,Linc 2/6 per week adv. 01.01.1886

1887 Sep qtr - son Francis born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Francis Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 782 (GRO).

1887 Dec qtr - son Henry died at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Henry 8 Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 487 (GRO).

1887 06 Nov - son Henry died at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD - see National School Log-book entry.

1891 census
RG 12/2780 f116 Chapel e/l Frith Barren Clough
Herbert Hulley Head M 34 Clerk in Canal Warehouse Derbys Fairfield
Sarah A. Hulley Wife M 33 Derbys Hayfield
Mary H. Hulley Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Annie Hulley Dau 9 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Sarah E. Hulley Dau 7 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hulley Son 5 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Francis Hulley Son 3 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Alice A. Hayes Nurse child 1 Derbys Hayfield

1893 Jun qtr - dau Mary born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Mary Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 865 (GRO).

1893 29 Apr - dau May (Mary) born - see National School Admission Registers.

From Ancestry Railway Staff Records:
Hulley Herbert Whaley Bridge Asst Toll Clk + civil Manc,Sheff,Linc 2/6 per week adv. 04.01.1897
Hulley Herbert Whaley Bridge Asst Toll Clk + civil Manc,Sheff,Linc 2/6 per week adv. 02.01.1899


CHESHIRE ELECTORAL REGISTERS 1842 - 1900 - Yeardsley-cum-Whaley

Period Ref no. Name Place of Nature of Street, Lane or name
abode qualification of Property or tenant
1899 T325 Hully Herbert Canal street, Whaley bridge dwelling house Canal street

1900 T333 Hully Herbert Canal street, Whaley bridge dwelling house Canal street

1900 15 Mar - dau Lilian born - see National School Admission Registers

From Ancestry Railway Staff Records:
Oct 9/00 Dismissed

1901 census
RG 13/3308 f18r Yeardsley cum Whaley Orchard Terrace
Herbert Hully Head M 43 General Labourer Derbys Fairfield
Sarah A. Hully Wife M 43 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary H. Hully Dau S 20 Calico Weaver Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Annie Hully Dau S 19 Hooker at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Sarah E. Hully Dau S 17 Drawer out at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hully Son S 15 Washer up at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Francis Hully Son S 13 Washer up at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary Hully Dau S 7 School girl Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Lilly Hully Dau S 1 Ches Macclesfield

1911 census
Macclesfield RD 444; Rainow SRD ED 7; Piece 21464
10 Whaley Lane, Whaley Bridge, Cheshire
Herbert Hulley Head 54 M Lamplighter and General Labourer Dove Holes Derbys
Sarah Ann Hulley Wife 53 M 32 yrs 8 ch 6 alive 2 dead Bugsworth Derbys
George Hulley Son 25 S Gig Dyer Bleach & Dye Works Bugsworth Derbys
Francis Hulley Son 23 S Back Tenter Calico Print Works Bugsworth Derbys
Lily Hulley Dau 11 S Whaley Bridge Ches


Sarah A. Taylor nee Vernon

1858 - born at Hayfield, Derbyshire - see 1881 census below.

1876 Dec qtr - married at Doncaster RD: Hulley Herbert Doncaster 9c 905 (GRO).

1879 Sep qtr - son Henry born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Henry Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 743 (GRO).

1879 04 Jul - son Henry born at Fairfield Derbshire - see baptism entry below.

1879 17 Aug - son Henry baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield Derbyshire - Henry son of Herbert and Sarah Ann
Hulley (born 4 Jul 1879) (IGI).

1880 Dec qtr - daughter Mary Hannah born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Mary Hannah Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 725
(GRO).

1880 04 Sep - dau Mary Hannah born at Fairfield, Derbyshire - see baptism entry below.

1881 17 Apr - dau Mary Hannah baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield Derbyshire - Mary Hannah dau. of Herbert and
Sarah Ann Hulley (born 4 Jul 1879) (IGI).

1881 census
RG 11/3456 f.138 Gnat Hole Chapel En Le Frith, Derby
Herbert HULLEY Head M 24 Book Keeper Fairfield, Derby
Sarah A. HULLEY Wife M 23 Hayfield, Derby
Henry HULLEY Son 1 Chapel Th, Derby
Mary H. HULLEY Daur 7m Chapel Th, Derby
1882 Mar qtr - daughter Annie born at Chapel-en-le-frith RD: Hulley Annie Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 814 (GRO).

1883 Dec qtr - daughter Sarah Elizabeth born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Sarah Elizabeth Chapel-en-le-Frith
7b 783 (GRO).

1885 Sep qtr - son George born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley George Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 784 (GRO).

1887 Sep qtr - son Francis born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Francis Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 782 (GRO).

1887 Dec qtr - son Henry died at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Henry 8 Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 487 (GRO).

1887 06 Nov - son Henry died at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD - see National School Log-book entry.

1891 census
RG 12/2780 f116 Chapel e/l Frith Barren Clough
Herbert Hulley Head M 34 Clerk in Canal Warehouse Derbys Fairfield
Sarah A. Hulley Wife M 33 Derbys Hayfield
Mary H. Hulley Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Annie Hulley Dau 9 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Sarah E. Hulley Dau 7 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hulley Son 5 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Francis Hulley Son 3 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Alice A. Hayes Nurse child 1 Derbys Hayfield

1893 Jun qtr - dau Mary born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Mary Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 865 (GRO).

1893 29 Apr - dau May (Mary) born - see National School Admission Registers.

1900 15 Mar - dau Lilian born - see National School Admission Registers

1901 census
RG 13/3308 f18r Yeardsley cum Whaley Orchard Terrace
Herbert Hully Head M 43 General Labourer Derbys Fairfield
Sarah A. Hully Wife M 43 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary H. Hully Dau S 20 Calico Weaver Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Annie Hully Dau S 19 Hooker at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Sarah E. Hully Dau S 17 Drawer out at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hully Son S 15 Washer up at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Francis Hully Son S 13 Washer up at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary Hully Dau S 7 School girl Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Lilly Hully Dau S 1 Ches Macclesfield

1911 census
Macclesfield RD 444; Rainow SRD ED 7; Piece 21464
10 Whaley Lane, Whaley Bridge, Cheshire
Herbert Hulley Head 54 M Lamplighter and General Labourer Dove Holes Derbys
Sarah Ann Hulley Wife 53 M 32 yrs 8 ch 6 alive 2 dead Bugsworth Derbys
George Hulley Son 25 S Gig Dyer Bleach & Dye Works Bugsworth Derbys
Francis Hulley Son 23 S Back Tenter Calico Print Works Bugsworth Derbys
Lily Hulley Dau 11 S Whaley Bridge Ches


429. Henry Hulley

1879 Sep qtr - born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Henry Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 743 (GRO).

1879 04 Jul - born at Fairfield Derbshire - see baptism entry below.

1879 17 Aug - baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield Derbyshire - Henry son of Herbert and Sarah Ann Hulley (born 4 Jul
1879) (IGI).

1881 census
RG 11/3456 f.138 Gnat Hole Chapel En Le Frith, Derby
Herbert HULLEY Head M 24 Book Keeper Fairfield, Derby
Sarah A. HULLEY Wife M 23 Hayfield, Derby
Henry HULLEY Son 1 Chapel Th, Derby
Mary H. HULLEY Daur 7m Chapel Th, Derby

National School Log-book entries - Buxworth school Derbyshire.

Date Name Text

1884 Jun 27th Henry Hulley Admitted Henry Hulley.

1887 Nov 11th Harry Hulley One boy, Harry Hulley died last Sunday from rheumatic fever.

1887 Dec qtr - died at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Henry 8 Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 487 (GRO).

1887 06 Nov - died at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD - see National School Log-book entry above.


430. Mary Hannah Hulley

1880 Dec qtr - born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Mary Hannah Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 725 (GRO).

1880 04 Sep - born at Fairfield, Derbyshire - see baptism entry below.

1881 17 Apr - baptised at St Peter's church Fairfield Derbyshire - Mary Hannah dau. of Herbert and
Sarah Ann Hulley (born 4 Jul 1879) (IGI).

1881 census
RG 11/3456 f.138 Gnat Hole Chapel En Le Frith, Derby
Herbert HULLEY Head M 24 Book Keeper Fairfield, Derby
Sarah A. HULLEY Wife M 23 Hayfield, Derby
Henry HULLEY Son 1 Chapel Th, Derby
Mary H. HULLEY Daur 7m Chapel Th, Derby

National School Log-book entries - Buxworth school Derbyshire.

Date Name Text
1890 Sep 5th Mary Hulley Mary Hulley absent all the week.

1891 census
RG 12/2780 f116 Chapel e/l Frith Barren Clough
Herbert Hulley Head M 34 Clerk in Canal Warehouse Derbys Fairfield
Sarah A. Hulley Wife M 33 Derbys Hayfield
Mary H. Hulley Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Annie Hulley Dau 9 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Sarah E. Hulley Dau 7 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hulley Son 5 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Francis Hulley Son 3 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Alice A. Hayes Nurse child 1 Derbys Hayfield

1901 census
RG 13/3308 f18r Yeardsley cum Whaley Orchard Terrace
Herbert Hully Head M 43 General Labourer Derbys Fairfield
Sarah A. Hully Wife M 43 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary H. Hully Dau S 20 Calico Weaver Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Annie Hully Dau S 19 Hooker at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Sarah E. Hully Dau S 17 Drawer out at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hully Son S 15 Washer up at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Francis Hully Son S 13 Washer up at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary Hully Dau S 7 School girl Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Lilly Hully Dau S 1 Ches Macclesfield

1904 Dec qtr - married at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: vol 7b page 1605 (FreeBMD).

1911 census
Chapel en le Frith RD 440; Chapel en le Frith SRD ED 14 Piece 21258 Wheat Sheaf Cottages Whaley Bridge.
Robert Jamieson Head 33 M Bl;acksmith Dove Holes Derbys
Mary Hannah Jamieson Wife 30 M 6yrs None Bugsworth Derbys


Robert Jamieson

1878 - born at Dove Holes Derbyshire - see 1911 census below.

1904 Dec qtr - married at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: vol 7b page 1605 (FreeBMD).

1911 census
Chapel en le Frith RD 440; Chapel en le Frith SRD ED 14 Piece 21258 Wheat Sheaf Cottages Whaley Bridge.
Robert Jamieson Head 33 M Bl;acksmith Dove Holes Derbys
Mary Hannah Jamieson Wife 30 M 6yrs None Bugsworth Derbys


431. Annie Hulley

1882 Mar qtr - born at Chapel-en-le-frith RD: Hulley Annie Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 814 (GRO).

National School Log-book entries - Buxworth school Derbyshire.

Date Name Text

1889 Oct 25th Annie Hulley Annie Hulley & Mary Leach absent through sickness.

1891 census
RG 12/2780 f116 Chapel e/l Frith Barren Clough
Herbert Hulley Head M 34 Clerk in Canal Warehouse Derbys Fairfield
Sarah A. Hulley Wife M 33 Derbys Hayfield
Mary H. Hulley Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Annie Hulley Dau 9 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Sarah E. Hulley Dau 7 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hulley Son 5 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Francis Hulley Son 3 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Alice A. Hayes Nurse child 1 Derbys Hayfield

National School Log-book entries - Buxworth school Derbyshire.

Date Name Text

1895 15th Mar Annie Hulley Annie Hulley & Bertha Wooley gone full-time.

1901 census
RG 13/3308 f18r Yeardsley cum Whaley Orchard Terrace
Herbert Hully Head M 43 General Labourer Derbys Fairfield
Sarah A. Hully Wife M 43 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary H. Hully Dau S 20 Calico Weaver Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Annie Hully Dau S 19 Hooker at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Sarah E. Hully Dau S 17 Drawer out at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hully Son S 15 Washer up at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Francis Hully Son S 13 Washer up at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary Hully Dau S 7 School girl Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Lilly Hully Dau S 1 Ches Macclesfield

1910 Sep qtr - married at Macclesfield RD: Hulley Annie vol 8a page 359 (FreeBMD)

1911 census
Stockport RD 443; Stockport First SRD; ED 36 Piece 21384
Edward Lees Head 27 M Cabinet Maker Derbyshire Chapel-en-le-Frith
Annie Lees Wife 29 M under one Derbyshire Bugsworth


Edward Lees

1884 - born at Chapel-en-le-Frith - see 1911 census below.

1910 Sep qtr - married at Macclesfield RD: Hulley Annie vol 8a page 359 (FreeBMD)

1911 census
Stockport RD 443; Stockport First SRD; ED 36 Piece 21384
Edward Lees Head 27 M Cabinet Maker Derbyshire Chapel-en-le-Frith
Annie Lees Wife 29 M under one Derbyshire Bugsworth


432. Sarah Elizabeth Hulley

1883 Dec qtr - born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Sarah Elizabeth Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 783 (GRO).

National School Log-book entries - Buxworth school Derbyshire.

Date Name Text
1887 Dec 2nd Elizabeth Hulley Admitted Elizth Hulley.
1889 Jan 28th Elizabeth Hulley Elizabeth Hulley re-admitted last week.
1890 Mar 5th Elizabeth Hulley Re-admitted Elizth Hulley.

1891 census
RG 12/2780 f116 Chapel e/l Frith Barren Clough
Herbert Hulley Head M 34 Clerk in Canal Warehouse Derbys Fairfield
Sarah A. Hulley Wife M 33 Derbys Hayfield
Mary H. Hulley Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Annie Hulley Dau 9 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Sarah E. Hulley Dau 7 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hulley Son 5 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Francis Hulley Son 3 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Alice A. Hayes Nurse child 1 Derbys Hayfield

1901 census
RG 13/3308 f18r Yeardsley cum Whaley Orchard Terrace
Herbert Hully Head M 43 General Labourer Derbys Fairfield
Sarah A. Hully Wife M 43 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary H. Hully Dau S 20 Calico Weaver Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Annie Hully Dau S 19 Hooker at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Sarah E. Hully Dau S 17 Drawer out at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hully Son S 15 Washer up at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Francis Hully Son S 13 Washer up at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary Hully Dau S 7 School girl Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Lilly Hully Dau S 1 Ches Macclesfield


433. George Hulley

1885 Sep qtr - born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley George Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 784 (GRO).

National School Log-book entries - Buxworth school Derbyshire.

Date Name Text
1890 Aug 22nd George Hulley Re-admitted Jane Walker & G. Hulley.

1891 census
RG 12/2780 f116 Chapel e/l Frith Barren Clough
Herbert Hulley Head M 34 Clerk in Canal Warehouse Derbys Fairfield
Sarah A. Hulley Wife M 33 Derbys Hayfield
Mary H. Hulley Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Annie Hulley Dau 9 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Sarah E. Hulley Dau 7 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hulley Son 5 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Francis Hulley Son 3 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Alice A. Hayes Nurse child 1 Derbys Hayfield

National School Log-book entries - Buxworth school Derbyshire.

Date Name Text
1897 Feb 1st George Hulley George & Frank Hulley left the village

1901 census
RG 13/3308 f18r Yeardsley cum Whaley Orchard Terrace
Herbert Hully Head M 43 General Labourer Derbys Fairfield
Sarah A. Hully Wife M 43 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary H. Hully Dau S 20 Calico Weaver Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Annie Hully Dau S 19 Hooker at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Sarah E. Hully Dau S 17 Drawer out at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hully Son S 15 Washer up at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Francis Hully Son S 13 Washer up at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary Hully Dau S 7 School girl Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Lilly Hully Dau S 1 Ches Macclesfield

1911 census
Macclesfield RD 444; Rainow SRD ED 7; Piece 21464
10 Whaley Lane, Whaley Bridge, Cheshire
Herbert Hulley Head 54 M Lamplighter and General Labourer Dove Holes Derbys
Sarah Ann Hulley Wife 53 M 32 yrs 8 ch 6 alive 2 dead Bugsworth Derbys
George Hulley Son 25 S Gig Dyer Bleach & Dye Works Bugsworth Derbys
Francis Hulley Son 23 S Back Tenter Calico Print Works Bugsworth Derbys
Lily Hulley Dau 11 S Whaley Bridge Ches

ABSENT VOTERS' LISTS 1918-1921

Year No. Name Location Service Details

1918 6780 Hulley, George Macclesfield - 3 Whaley Lane Yeardsley-cum-Whaley12th Notts & Derbys.14512 Pte


434. Francis Hulley

Francis 1887
1887 Sep qtr - born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Francis Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 782 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/2780 f116 Chapel e/l Frith Barren Clough
Herbert Hulley Head M 34 Clerk in Canal Warehouse Derbys Fairfield
Sarah A. Hulley Wife M 33 Derbys Hayfield
Mary H. Hulley Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Annie Hulley Dau 9 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Sarah E. Hulley Dau 7 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hulley Son 5 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Francis Hulley Son 3 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Alice A. Hayes Nurse child 1 Derbys Hayfield

National School Log-book entries - Buxworth school Derbyshire.

Date Name Text
1897 Feb 1st Frank Hulley George & Frank Hulley left the village

1901 census
RG 13/3308 f18r Yeardsley cum Whaley Orchard Terrace
Herbert Hully Head M 43 General Labourer Derbys Fairfield
Sarah A. Hully Wife M 43 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary H. Hully Dau S 20 Calico Weaver Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Annie Hully Dau S 19 Hooker at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Sarah E. Hully Dau S 17 Drawer out at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hully Son S 15 Washer up at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Francis Hully Son S 13 Washer up at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary Hully Dau S 7 School girl Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Lilly Hully Dau S 1 Ches Macclesfield

1911 census
Macclesfield RD 444; Rainow SRD ED 7; Piece 21464
10 Whaley Lane, Whaley Bridge, Cheshire
Herbert Hulley Head 54 M Lamplighter and General Labourer Dove Holes Derbys
Sarah Ann Hulley Wife 53 M 32 yrs 8 ch 6 alive 2 dead Bugsworth Derbys
George Hulley Son 25 S Gig Dyer Bleach & Dye Works Bugsworth Derbys
Francis Hulley Son 23 S Back Tenter Calico Print Works Bugsworth Derbys
Lily Hulley Dau 11 S Whaley Bridge Ches

ABSENT VOTERS' LISTS 1918-1921

Year No. Name Location Service Details

1918 6779 Hulley, Francis Macclesfield - 3 Whaley Lane Yeardsley-cum-Whaley R.A.M.C. 26520 Pte

1919 6779 Hulley, Francis Macclesfield - 3 Whaley Lane Yeardsley-cum-Whaley R.A.M.C. 26520 Pte


435. May (Mary) Hulley

1893 Jun qtr - born at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Mary Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 865 (GRO).

1893 29 Apr - born - see National School Admission Registers entry below.

1901 census
RG 13/3308 f18r Yeardsley cum Whaley Orchard Terrace
Herbert Hully Head M 43 General Labourer Derbys Fairfield
Sarah A. Hully Wife M 43 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary H. Hully Dau S 20 Calico Weaver Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Annie Hully Dau S 19 Hooker at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Sarah E. Hully Dau S 17 Drawer out at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hully Son S 15 Washer up at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Francis Hully Son S 13 Washer up at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary Hully Dau S 7 School girl Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Lilly Hully Dau S 1 Ches Macclesfield

National School Admission Registers

Name May (Mary) Hulley
Birth year 1893 29 Apr
Admission year 1898 02 May
School name Whaley Bridge School
Parent or guardian's name Herbert
Place Bridge St
Last School attended None
Leaving date 29 Apr 1901
Remarks Transferred

National School Admission Registers

Name May (Mary) Hulley
Birth year 1893
Admission year 1901
School name Fernilee Wesleyan School
Last School attended Whaley Bridge


436. Lilly Hulley

1900 15 Mar - born - see National School Admission Registers entry below.

1901 census
RG 13/3308 f18r Yeardsley cum Whaley Orchard Terrace
Herbert Hully Head M 43 General Labourer Derbys Fairfield
Sarah A. Hully Wife M 43 Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary H. Hully Dau S 20 Calico Weaver Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Annie Hully Dau S 19 Hooker at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Sarah E. Hully Dau S 17 Drawer out at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
George Hully Son S 15 Washer up at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Francis Hully Son S 13 Washer up at Paintworks Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Mary Hully Dau S 7 School girl Derbys Chapel en le Frith
Lilly Hully Dau S 1 Ches Macclesfield

National School Admission Registers

Name Lily Hulley
Birth year 1900 15 Mar
Admission year 1906 25 Apr
School name Whaley Bridge School
Parent or guardian's name Herbert
Place Whaley Lane
Last School attended National Schools
Leaving date 04 May 1908
Remarks Transferred

National School Admission Registers

Name Lily Hulley
Birth year 1900 15 Mar
Admission year 1908 05 Mar
School name Whaley Bridge School
Parent or guardian's name Herbert
Place Whaley Lane
Last School attended National Schools
Leaving date 07 Aug 1910

1911 census
Macclesfield RD 444; Rainow SRD ED 7; Piece 21464
10 Whaley Lane, Whaley Bridge, Cheshire
Herbert Hulley Head 54 M Lamplighter and General Labourer Dove Holes Derbys
Sarah Ann Hulley Wife 53 M 32 yrs 8 ch 6 alive 2 dead Bugsworth Derbys
George Hulley Son 25 S Gig Dyer Bleach & Dye Works Bugsworth Derbys
Francis Hulley Son 23 S Back Tenter Calico Print Works Bugsworth Derbys
Lily Hulley Dau 11 S Whaley Bridge Ches


340. Martha Ann Hulley

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

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

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. 75 West View Fairfield, Derby
Hannah HULLEY Head W 73 Annuitant Bubnell, Derby
Martha Ann HULLEY Grandaughter U 14 Doveholes, Derby


Joseph Cookson

1862 - born at Tarporley Cheshire - see 1891 census below.

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


437. Arthur Cookson

1890 - born at Buxton - see 1891 census below.

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


356. Albert Hulley

1904 - born at Chapel en le Frith - see 1911 census below.

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

1931 Mar qtr - marrried at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: vol 7b page 1258 (FreeBMD).

1935 Sep qtr - dau Valerie born at Heywood RD: vol 8c page 646 (FreeBMD).

1935 Sep qtr - dau Cynthia born at Heywood RD: vol page (FreeBMD)

1939 Register
7 Longson Road Chapel-en-le-Frith Derbyshire.
Albert Hulley dob 10 Feb 1904 Male Line Filter Hw (Aboveground) M
Majorie I Hulley dob 05 Nov 1908 Female Unpaid Domestic Duties M
Frank Hulley dob 17 Dec 1934 Male At School S


391. Robert Stuart Hulley

1910 Mar qtr - born at Chester le Street RD: Hulley Robert Stuart Chester le Street 10a 634
(FreeBMD).

1934 Sep qtr - married at Gateshead RD: Hulley Robert S. (spouse Jones) Gateshead 10a 1964
(FreeBMD).

1935 Dec qtr - dau Sheila born at Newcastle upon Tyne RD: Hulley Sheila (mother Jones) Newcastle
T 10a 183 (FreeBMD).

1939 Mar qtr - dau Silvia born at Gateshead RD: Hulley Silvia (mother Jones) Gateshead 10a 1280
(FreeBMD).

1943 Dec qtr - son Stewart born at Gateshead RD: Hulley Stewart (mother Jones) Gateshead 10a
1089 (FreeBMD).

1947 Dec qtr - dau Evelyn born at Gateshead RD: Hulley Evelyn (mother Jones) Gateshead 1a 1185
(FreeBMD).

1947 27 Nov - dau Evelyn born at Gateshead - information from Colin Turner.

1954 Jun qtr - dau June A. born at Gateshead RD: Hulley June A. (mother Jones) Gateshead 1a
1113 (FreeBMD).

1954 25 Jun - dau June Allison born at Gateshead - information from Colin Turner.

1959 Mar qtr - dau Sheila married at Gateshead RD: Hulley Sheila Gateshead 1a 2213 (FreeBMD).

1965 - died at Gateshed RD: Hulley Robert Stuart 65 Gateshead RD 1a 942 (FreeBMD).

1965 - Cremated at Gateshead - information from Stewart Hulley.


Evelyn Jones

1913 - born at Durham - - information from Colin Turner.

1934 Sep qtr - married at Gateshead RD: Jones Evelyn. (spouse Hulley) Gateshead 10a 1964
(FreeBMD).

1935 Dec qtr - dau Sheila born at Newcastle upon Tyne RD: Hulley Sheila (mother Jones) Newcastle
T 10a 183 (FreeBMD).

1939 Mar qtr - dau Silvia born at Gateshead RD: Hulley Silvia (mother Jones) Gateshead 10a 1280
(FreeBMD).

1943 Dec qtr - son Stewart born at Gateshead RD: Hulley Stewart (mother Jones) Gateshead 10a
1089 (FreeBMD).

1947 Dec qtr - dau Evelyn born at Gateshead RD: Hulley Evelyn (mother Jones) Gateshead 1a 1185
(FreeBMD).

1947 27 Nov - dau Evelyn born at Gateshead - information from Colin Turner.

1954 Jun qtr - dau June A. born at Gateshead RD: Hulley June A. (mother Jones) Gateshead 1a
1113 (FreeBMD).

1954 25 Jun - dau June Allison born at Gateshead - information from Colin Turner.

1965 - husband died at Gateshed RD: Hulley Robert Stuart 65 Gateshead RD 1a 942
(FreeBMD).

1965 - husband cremated at Gateshead - information from Stewart Hulley.

1966 - died at Durham SW Rd: Holley (sic) Evelyn 53 Durham SW RD 1a 873 (FreeBMD).

1966 - cremated at Birtley Co. Durham.


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