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Derbys02 - Descendants of George Hulley father of George Hulley who was baptised at Baslow in 1743

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76. Benjamin George Hulley

1799 28 Apr - baptised at Manchester cathedral: Benjamin son of John Hully.

1821 22 Nov - married at St James, Church Kirk, Lancashire; Benjamin George Hulley - Church Kirk; Ann Dunn -
Church Kirk. Witness: Jno. Hulley; John Crossley. Married by Banns by: Jno. Swainson Minister
     Notes: [Minister wrote Dunn for brides surname but she signed as Dan]
     Register: Marriages 1813 - 1830, Page 144, Entry 432. Source: LDS Film 1470822.

c1826 - son John born at Manchester - see 1841 census below.

1827 5 Oct - son Frederick baptised at Manchester cathedral: Frederick son of Benjamin George and Ann Hulley
Manchester Warehouseman.

1827 5 Oct - son James baptised at Manchester cathedral: James son of Benjamin George and Ann Hulley
Manchester Warehouseman.

1829 - MANCHESTER DIRECTORY: Hulley Benjamin G Warehsemn 32 Bridge st Chorlton Row.

1830 - MANCHESTER DIRECTORY: Hulley Benjamin G Warehsemn 32 Bridge st Chorlton Row.

1830 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Chorlton upon Medlock Bridge Street - Geo. Hulley

1832 - MANCHESTER & SALFORD DIRECTORY: Hulley Benjamin G Warehsemn 32 Bridge st Chorlton Row.

1832 - PIGOT AND SONS DIRECTORY OF MANCHESTER AND SALFORD: Hulley Benj. Geo, traveller, 12
Blackfriars st, Salford.

1833 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Chorlton upon Medlock Rusholme Lane or Road - Benja G. Hully

1833 - MANCHESTER & SALFORD DIRECTORY: Hulley Benjamin G Warehsemn 32 Bridge st Chorlton Row.

1836 - MANCHESTER AND SALFORD DIRECTORY: Hulley Benjamin George, beer retailer 1 Barkers buildings
Springfield Lane Salford.

1838 - PIGOT'S MANCHESTER DIRECTORY: Hulley Benjamin Geo. beer retailer, 1 Springfield, Salford.

1839 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester Swindells Buildings - Benj. Geo. Hulley

1839 Easter - LANCASHIRE QUARTER SESSION RECORDS AND PETITIONS
Salford - Petitions - April Session 1839
PROSECUTOR’S BILL
To Kay Barlow & Aston

The Queen on the Prosecution of
William Maddick
against
Benjamin George Hulley

for felony. (Total Account = £10 15 2d)
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1839 - LANCASHIRE QUARTER SESSION RECORDS AND PETITIONS
- Order Books - (incl) Like order for £36-10-10 payable to Messrs Kay Barlow & Aston for prosecuting
Benjamin George Hulley John Austin Catherine Tomlinson Paul and Mary Ann Tomlinson at this
Session for Felony.
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1839 - LANCASHIRE QUARTER SESSION RECORDS AND PETITIONS
- Order Books (incl) Thomas Davies Joseph Badger Thomas Casan Benjamin George Hulley Patrick
Crane James Simister William Lee John Casey John Smethurst and John Austin appearing in Court in
the Custody of the Keeper of the House of Correction of Salford aforesaid, and having at this Session
been convicted of Felony; This Court doth therefore Commit them to Her Majesty's Gaol the Castle of
Lancaster the Keeper whereof is hereby required to receive and keep them in safe Custody and hard
Labour for the term of One year each for doing which this shall be the said Keeper's Warrant.
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1841 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 8 Swindells Buildings - B.G. Hully

1841 - PIGOT AND SLATER'S DIRECTORY OF MANCHESTER AND SALFORD: Retailers of Beer Hulley
Benjamin George, 8 Pollard street.

1841 census
HO 107/577 bk25 f37r Manchester Ancoats Pollard Street
Benjamin Hulley 41 Traveller Y
Ann Hulley 40 Y
John Hulley 15 Clerk Y
James Hulley 15 Y
Mary Don 30 FS Y

1851 census
RG 9/2132 f577 Nottingham Coalpit Lane
George Hulley Lodger M 43 Tallow Chandler Manchester
Anne Hulley Wife M 53 Shoe Binder York

1861 census
RG 10/3494 f27r Brightside Bierlow 22.5 Nursery Street
George Hulley Head M 62 Provision Dealer Lancs Manchester
Ann Hulley Wife M 53 Yorks York

1871 census
RG 10/4514 f69r Leeds 6 Sambrook Street
Benjamin G. Hulley Head M 72 Traveller Chemical Works Manchester
Ann Hulley Wife M 63 Cap Maker York

1872 Mar qtr - died at Leeds RD: Hulley George 73 Leeds 9b 302 (GRO).


Ann Dunn

1808 - born at York - see 1871 census below

1821 22 Nov - married at St James, Church Kirk, Lancashire; Benjamin George Hulley - Church Kirk; Ann Dunn -
Church Kirk. Witness: Jno. Hulley; John Crossley. Married by Banns by: Jno. Swainson Minister
Notes: [Minister wrote Dunn for brides surname but she signed as Dan]
Register: Marriages 1813 - 1830, Page 144, Entry 432. Source: LDS Film 1470822.

c1826 - son John born at Manchester - see 1841 census below.

1827 5 Oct - son Frederick baptised at Manchester cathedral: Frederick son of Benjamin George and
Ann Hulley Manchester Warehouseman.

1827 5 Oct - son James baptised at Manchester cathedral: James son of Benjamin George and
Ann Hulley Manchester Warehouseman.

1841 census
HO 107/577 bk25 f37r Manchester Ancoats Pollard Street
Benjamin Hulley 41 Traveller Y
Ann Hulley 40 Y
John Hulley 15 Clerk Y
James Hulley 15 Y
Mary Don 30 FS Y

1851 census
RG 9/2132 f577 Nottingham Coalpit Lane
George Hulley Lodger M 43 Tallow Chandler Manchester
Anne Hulley Wife M 53 Shoe Binder York

1861 census
RG 10/3494 f27r Brightside Bierlow 22.5 Nursery Street
George Hulley Head M 62 Provision Dealer Lancs Manchester
Ann Hulley Wife M 53 Yorks York

1861 census
RG 10/3494 f27r Brightside Bierlow 22.5 Nursery Street
George Hulley Head M 62 Provision Dealer Lancs Manchester
Ann Hulley Wife M 53 Yorks York

1871 census
RG 10/4514 f69r Leeds 6 Sambrook Street
Benjamin G. Hulley Head M 72 Traveller Chemical Works Manchester
Ann Hulley Wife M 63 Cap Maker York

1872 Mar qtr - husband died at Leeds RD: Hulley George 73 Leeds 9b 302 (GRO).

1875 Dec qtr - died at Hull RD: Hulley Ann 75 Hull 9d 172 (GRO).


155. Frederick Hulley

1827 5 Oct - baptised at Manchester cathedral: Frederick son of Benjamin George and Ann Hulley Manchester
Warehouseman.

1839 Jun qr - died at Manchester RD: Hulley Frederick Manchester 20 477 (GRO).


156. James Hulley

1827 5 Oct - baptised at Manchester cathedral: James son of Benjamin George and Ann Hulley Manchester
Warehouseman.

1841 census
HO 107/577 bk25 f37r Manchester Ancoats Pollard Street
Benjamin Hulley 41 Traveller Y
Ann Hulley 40 Y
John Hulley 15 Clerk Y
James Hulley 15 Y
Mary Don 30 FS Y

1845 1 Oct - witness to brother John's marriage at Holy Trinity church Hull: John Hulley full age Bachelor Commercial
Traveller 24 Osborne Street - father Benjamin George Hulley Commission Agent: Ann Coupland full age
Spinster same place - father Thomas Coupland Coach maker. Wits: James Hulley, Jane Coupland.

1854 Dec qtr - married at Oldham RD: James HULLEY vol 8d page 834 (FreeBMD)

1854 20 Dec - married at St Leonard's church Middleton: James Hulley 28 Bachelor Painter Middleton - father Benjamin
G. Hulley Traveller; Bridget McDERMOT 28 Spinster Middleton - father Henry McDermot Builder. Wits
Abel Scott, William X Howarth.
.


Bridget McDermot

1826 - born - see marriage entry below.

1854 Dec qtr - married at Oldham RD: James HULLEY vol 8d page 834 (FreeBMD)

1854 20 Dec - married at St Leonard's church Middleton: James Hulley 28 Bachelor Painter Middleton - father Benjamin
G. Hulley Traveller; Bridget McDermot 28 Spinster Middleton - father Henry McDermot Builder. Wits Abel
Scott, William X Howarth.


78. William Martin Hulley

1804 22 Nov - born at Manchester - see baptism entry below.

1806 23 Nov - baptised at Manchester cathedral: William Martin Son of ........... Hulley born Nov 22 1804. This person is
considered to be the son of John and Martha Hulley because of her maiden name - Martin.

1827 01 Apr - married at St Mary's church Prestwich: William Martin Hulley & Mary Lomax of Hollinwood were Married
in this Church by Banns, this 1st Day of April in the Year 1827 By me Philip Wharton. This Marriage was
solemnised between us William Martin Hulley, Mary Lomax (both signed) In the Presence of George Key
Abrm. Kay (both signed). (from Lancs OPC)

1828 10 Aug - son William Lomax baptised at Manchester cathedral:- William Lomax son of William & Mary Hulley
Manch. Warehouseman.

1830 - son Samuel born at Manchester - see 1851 census below.

1832 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 79 St James Street - Wm Hully

1832 29 Apr - son Robert William baptised at Manchester cathedral:- Robert William son of William & Mary Hulley
Manch. Wire Worker.

1834 07 Sep - son Joseph baptised at Manchester cathedral:- Joseph Hulley - Son of William Hulley & Mary Abode:
Manch. Occupation: Wire Worker Baptised by: J. H. Marsden Register: Baptisms 1834, Page 507, Entry
4056 Source: LDS Film 2357018 (From Lancs OPC).

1838 28 Jun - dau Elizabeth born at Salford -see baptism below.

1838 2 Sep - dau Elizabeth baptised at Manchester cathedral:- Elizabeth dau of William & Mary Hulley Salford Painter.
Born 24 June.

1838 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester Robert Street - Wm. Hulley

1839 Jun qtr - dau Elizabeth died at Manchester: Hulley Elizabeth Manchester 20 494.

1839 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 14 St. John Street - Wm. Hulley

1840 11 Mar - dau Elizabeth Alice born at John Street Cheeetham Manchester: Elizabeth Alice Girl - father William
Hulley Plumber and Glazier; mother Mary Hulley formerly Lomax - informant - William Hulley father John
Street Cheetham. (Birth cert) - see also baptism below.

1841 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Chorlton upon Medlock 34 Boundary Street East - William Hulley

1841 census
HO 107/580/6 f4r Chorlton on Medlock 34 Boundary Street
Wm. Hulley 30 Painter Y
Mary Hulley 30 Y
Saml Hulley 10 Y
Wm. Hulley 7 Y
Alice Hulley 1 Y

1842 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Chorlton upon Medlock 16 Burton Street - Martin Hulley

1843 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 2 Ann Street - William Martin Hully

1843 19 Jan - son George born at Manchester - see baptism below.

1845 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 1 Grove Street - Hulley

1846 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 30 Queen Street - William Hulley

1847 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 30 Queen Street - William Hulley

1847 8 Nov - son John born at Manchester - see baptism below.

1848 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 38 Queen Street - William Hulley

1849 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 38 Queen Street - William Hulley

1850 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 38 Queen Street - William Hulley

1850 8 Sep - dau Elizabeth Alice baptised at Manchester cathedral:- Elizabeth Alice dau of William & Mary Hulley
Manch. Painter. Born 11 Mar 1840.

1850 8 Sep - son George baptised at Manchester cathedral:- George of William & Mary Hulley Manch. Painter. Born 19
Jan 1843.

1850 08 Sep - son John baptised at St George's church Hulme: John Hulley - Son of William Hulley & Mary (formerly
Lomax) Born: 8 Nov 1847 Abode: 38 Queen St. Hulme Occupation: Painter Place of Baptism: My own
residence Parents' Marriage: Prestwich 1827 Baptised by: William Whitelegg Register: Baptisms 1846 -
1853, Page 93, Entry 742 Source: LDS Film 2113127 (from Lancs OPC).

1851 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 38 Queen Street - William Hulley

1851 census
HO 107/2221 f287 MANCHESTER Hulme Queen Street
William Hully Head M 44 Painter Lancs Manchester
Mary Hully Wife M 42 Lancs
Samuel Hully Son U 21 Weaver Lancs Manchester
Robert Hulley Son U 19 Painter Lancs Manchester
Alice Hully Dau U 11 Lancs Manchester
George Hully Son U 7 Scholar Lancs Manchester
John Hully Son U 4 Lancs Manchester
Mary Routledge Lodger U 36 Ches
Ellen Routledge Lodger U 7 Lancs Hulme

1853 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 38 Queen Strret - William Hulley

1853 12 Mar - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser. Sales by Auction - (incl). Lot 7. The Fee-simple
in all those EIGHT HOUSES, with the site thereof, containing 780 square yards, or thereabouts, lying
between and having frontages to Queen-street and Silver-street, in Hulme in the several occupations of
Mr. Hulley, Mr. Carter, Mr. Mark, Mr.Hill, and others, as tenants thereof; also all that Perpetual Yearly
Chief Rent of £5 2s, issuing and payable out of adjoining land and buildings. This lot will be sold subject
to a perpetual yearly chief rent of £8 18s.

1855 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 40 Queen Street - William Hulley

1855 Mar qtr - son Robert William married at Manchester: Hulley Robert William Manchester 8d 320.

1857 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme Queen Street - William Hulley

1858 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme Grove Street - William Hulley

1861 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 1 Grove Street - William Hulley

1861 census
RG 9/2894f69 MANCHESTER Hulme 1 Grove Street
William Hulley Head Mar 56 House Painter Lancs Manchester
Mary Hulley Wife Mar 53 Housewife Lancs Manchester
Alice Hulley Dau U 21 Semptress Lancs Manchester
George Hulley Son U 18 Packer in a Warehouse Lancs Manchester
John Hulley Son 13 Errand boy in an Office Lancs Manchester

1862 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 1 Grove Street - William Hulley

1863 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 1 Grove Street - William Hulley

1864 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 1 Grove Street - William Hulley

1864 Sep 10 - Manchester Times Railway Collision at Altrincham - On Wednesday, an accident happened to the first
special train from the Oxford Road Station, Manchester to the Agricultural Show at Knutsford (incl) Mr
Hulley, of the Railway Inn, Hyde Road, was injured about the face, but not seriously.

1865 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 13 Grove Street - William Hulley

1866 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 25 Grove Street - Wm Hulley

1867 28 Sep - Morning Post - THE FENIAN OUTRAGE IN MANCHESTER. (Incl) Some of these men came out of the
fields, and others from two adjoining beerhouses, one kept by Mrs. Pennington and the other by a
person named Hulley.

1867 02 Oct - The Manchester Guardian: THE FENIAN OUTRAGE - CLOSE OF THE PROSECUTION. -
Evidence of William Hulley, painter. William Hulley, a painter, and landlord of the Railway Inn, Hyde
Road, said his house was about ten yards from the railway arch, on the city side. Between three and four
o’clock on the afternoon of September 15, his wife called him from the back part of the house to the front.
On going into the vault, he found that a number of men had just left. Witness went into the back yard and
looked over the wall, and saw a number of men standing on the left of the road, between the arch and
the paper mill. Charles Thomas, Richard Bromley, and witness were together. Witness saw the men
looking towards the city, as if they were expecting some person. In a few moments, a little man ran up
from the direction of Manchester and spoke to the men. A whistle was then given, and between 30 and
40 men came out of the brickcroft towards the road. Witness saw a hansom drive up and stop between
the arch and the paper mill. It was a common thing for cabs to stop there in order to avoid paying toll.
Witness saw either two or three men get out of the hansom, but he did not see where they went. The van
was coming up at that moment. One of the men who stood next to the witness said, “These men are
going to fight a duel.” The men in the road formed into two divisions, and one attacked the front and the
other the rear of the van. Some of the men were armed with pistols, and a great number of shots was
fired. Witness pointed out Allen. He did not speak of him by name, but pointed to him.
Allen: Don’t you know my name?
Witness: I never heard it in my life before.
Allen: That’s a wonder.
Witness was unable to identify any other prisoner. Alien had, he said, a revolver in each hand.
Cross-examined by Mr. Cottingham: Witness was chased by some of the men, and he ran away,
having more respect for his life than to remain.

1867 Oct 02 - Daily News - The Fenian Outrage at Manchester - Manchester, October 1 (incl.) William Hulley, painter,
who keeps the Railway Inn, Hyde-road, on the Manchester side (right) of the railway arch, said - Between
three and four on the 18th His wife fetched him from the back into the vault, and he found a number of
men had just left. He went to the backyard again and looked over the wall, and he saw a number of men
between the arch and the paper mill on the left-hand side of Hyde-road.

1867 Oct 02 - Derby Mercury - The Fenian Outrage at Manchester - Examination of the Prisoners
On Thursday morning, 29 of the 41 prisoners in custody charged with murder and riot, Hyde-road, on
Wednesday, the 18th inst. were brought before the Magistrates at the City Police Court. The prisoners
were brought at an early hour from the City Gaol, in two police vans, under a strong escort of the 8th
Hussars and the 57th Foot. (Incl.) The witness waited about the neighbourhood till nearly 4 o'clock, when
he saw the prison van pass under the railway arch. They were then about 25 or 26 men close to the
bridge, and three of them having pistols fired at the van horses and at the men on the box of the vehicle.
Some of these men came out of the fields and others from two adjoining beer houses, one kept by Mrs
Pennington, and the other by a person named Hulley.

1867 02 Oct - Morning Post - THE FENIAN OUTRAGE IN MANCHESTER. (Incl) William Hulley, a painter, stated that he
lived on the Manchester side of the railway arch on the Hyde-road. On the 18th ult. he looked over the
wall of his yard and saw a number of men between the railway arch and paper mill, looking towards
Manchester. Then a man ran towards them from the Manchester side and spoke to them. Witness then
heard someone whistle, and saw a number of men go from the top towards the road. A hansom cab,
drove up at that time and stopped between the paper mill and the railway arch. As the prison van
approached the men divided themselves into two parties, and one body attacked in front and the other
the back of the van. Some of the men had pistols, and witness heard very many shots fired. Allen was
there. He had a revolver in each hand. Witness could not identify any of the other prisoners.
Cross-examined by Mr Cottingham - I saw the horses fired at.

1867 02 Oct - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - THE FENIAN MURDER - (Incl.) Cross-examined by Mr
Cottingham - He (Hulley) did not remain until Brett was shot. Did not stay long because he had a greater
value for his life. Had been to the prison and paper mill on the left-hand side and identified two of the men
there.

1867 01 Nov - Morning Post - The MANCHESTER SPECIAL COMMISSION - Hully examined by Mr. Pickering, said that
he kept the Railway Inn in the Hyde -road. In consequence of information which he received he went out
to see the van as it went through the arch. He witnessed the attack upon the van. There were about 50
men there. He saw Allen there, with a revolver in each hand. He pointed one at witness and his wife
and fired. The mark of the bullet might now be seen in the brick wall. Allen was at the time standing near
the abutment of the arch, nearly opposite witness. He took particular notice of Allen, and he was sure it
was Allen who fired at him. He heard other shots. Saw Sprossen shot in the foot.
By Mr. Seymour - Witness was standing about 10 yards from his front door. He did not think Allen had any
evil intention in directing the pistol at him. Remembered Brett falling out of the van. That was after
Sprossen had been shot in the foot. He never said a word when before the magistrate about Sprossen
being shot in the foot. His evidence, or the “particulars of what he saw, “ were taken down by a person
he did not know at the Albert-street station. There were nine or ten other persons there. He could not say
whether he was examined when before the magistrate from those particulars. He never before that day
mentioned a word about the shooting of Sprossen. (also in the Standard same day, Leicester Chronicle
Nov 02)

1867 Nov 01 - Leeds Mercury - The Fenian Outrage at Manchester. Trial of the Prisoners (incl),
William Hully, who keeps the Railway Inn, near the Railway arch in Hyde-Road, stated that he was fired
at by Allen, the bullet striking in the wall; John Taylor, a detective officer, identified Allen.

1867 Nov 02 - Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle - The Fenian Commission at Manchester (incl.) William
Hulley, a painter. Cross-examined by Mr Seymour - I was making my way towards the van, and was on
the spot about a quarter of an hour. I don't know that they had any evil intention towards me in firing at
me. I remember Brett being carried away. I had previously locked the door of my house. It would not
be more than four minutes after Allen fired the shot at me that Brett fell out of the van. I have not before
mentioned that I saw Sprosson shot - at least, not that I remember. I was excited and upset before the
magistrates, and I did not mention the fact. My evidence was taken down, I believe; I don't know by
whom, but it was in a room at the Albert-street station. I did not sign it. I don't know whether it was
evidence or not, but it was the particulars of what I saw. I don't know whether I am justified in saying
whether other persons gave evidence at Albert-street station.
Mr Justice Blackburn: Yes, you can state anything you saw. Witness: The witnesses were called up one
by one from the kitchen. The evidence was read over to me at the court and I signed it. I don't think I said
anything before about Allen firing at me and my wife. I have been to Albert-Street station three times to
see the prisoners. I never saw any of the prisoners before.

1869 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Ardwick 15 Railway View - Wm Hulley

1870 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Ardwick 15 Railway Villa - Wm Hulley

1870 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 40 Lloyd Street - Wm Martin Hulley

1871 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Ardwick 3 Railway View - Wm Martin Hulley

1871 census
RG 10/3977 f115r Ardwick 3 Railway View
William M. Hully Head M 66 Plumber & Painter Lancs Manchester
Mary Hully Wife M 61 Lancs Manchester
Robert Wm Hully Son W 39 House Painter Lancs Manchester
Samuel J. Hully G-son 9 Scholar Lancs Manchester

1871 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 36 Prescott Street - William Hulley

1872 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Ardwick 3 Railway View - Wm Martin Hulley

1873 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Ardwick 15 Railway View - Wm Martin Hulley

1875 Dec qtr - wife died at Manchester RD: Hulley Mary 66 Manchester 8d 168 (GRO).

1879 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 7 York Street - William Hulley

1880 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 7 York Place - William Hulley

1881 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 7 York Street - William Martin Hulley

1881 census
RG 11/3933 f35 7 York Street Hulme
William M. Hulley Head W 77 Painter Lancs Manchester
Thomas H. Briggs S-in-L M 33 Carter Lincs Marston
Alice Briggs Dau M 41 Lancs Hulme

1887 Jun qtr - died at Prestwich: Hulley William Martin 82 Prestwich 8d 282.

1887 22 Jun - buried at St Mary the Virgin, Eccles, Lancashire: William Martin Hulley - Age: 82 years Abode:
Manchester Buried by: F.C. Dearden Curate Register: Burials 1879 - 1897, Page 109, Entry 867 Source:
Manchester Central Library (from Lancs OPC).


Mary Lomax

Note It had been provisionally assumed that the maiden name of this person was Lomax because of the middle name of her first 2 children. Further research has proved this assumption - see birth certificate of daughter Elizabeth Alice 11 March 1840.

1808 - born at Hollinwood, Manchester - see marriage entry and 1861 census below,

1827 01 Apr - married at St Mary's church Prestwich: William Martin Hulley & Mary Lomax of Hollinwood were Married
in this Church by Banns, this 1st Day of April in the Year 1827 By me Philip Wharton. This Marriage was
solemnised between us William Martin Hulley, Mary Lomax (both signed) In the Presence of George Key
Abrm. Kay (both signed).

1828 10 Aug - son William Lomax baptised at Manchester cathedral:- William Lomax son of William & Mary Hulley
Manch. Warehouseman.

1830 - son Samuel Lomax born at Manchester - see 1851 census below.

1832 29 Apr - son Robert William baptised at Manchester cathedral:- Robert William son of William & Mary Hulley
Manch. Wire Worker.

1834 07 Sep - son Joseph baptised at Manchester cathedral:- Joseph Hulley - Son of William Hulley & Mary Abode:
Manch. Occupation: Wire Worker Baptised by: J. H. Marsden Register: Baptisms 1834, Page 507, Entry
4056 Source: LDS Film 2357018 (From Lancs OPC).

1838 28 Jun - daughter Elizabeth born at Salford -see baptism below.

1838 02 Sep - daughter Elizabeth baptised at Manchester cathedral:- Elizabeth dau of William & Mary Hulley Salford
Painter. Born 24 June.

1840 11 Mar - daughter Elizabeth Alice born at John Street Cheeetham Manchester: Elizabeth Alice Girl - father
William Plumber and Glazier; mother Mary Hulley formerly Lomax - informant - William Hulley father
John Street Cheetham. (Birth cert) - see also baptism below.

1841 census
HO 107/580/6 f4r Chorlton on Medlock 34 Boundary Street
Wm. Hulley 30 Painter Y
Mary Hulley 30 Y
Saml Hulley 10 Y
Wm. Hulley 7 Y
Alice Hulley 1 Y

1843 19 Jan - son George born at Manchester - see baptism below.

1847 08 Nov - son John born at Manchester - see baptism below.

1850 08 Sep - daughter Elizabeth Alice baptised at Manchester cathedral:- Elizabeth Alice dau of William & Mary
Hulley Manch. Painter. Born 11 Mar 1840.

1850 08 Sep - son George baptised at Manchester cathedral:- George of William & Mary Hulley Manch. Painter. Born
19 Jan 1843.

1850 08 Sep - son John baptised at St George's church Hulme: John Hulley - Son of William Hulley & Mary (formerly
Lomax) Born: 8 Nov 1847 Abode: 38 Queen St. Hulme Occupation: Painter Place of Baptism: My own
residence Parents' Marriage: Prestwich 1827 Baptised by: William Whitelegg Register: Baptisms 1846 -
1853, Page 93, Entry 742 Source: LDS Film 2113127 (from Lancs OPC).

1851 census
HO 107/2221 f287 MANCHESTER Hulme Queen Street
William Hully Head M 44 Painter Lancs Manchester
Mary Hully Wife M 42 Lancs
Samuel Hully Son U 21 Weaver Lancs Manchester
Robert Hulley Son U 19 Painter Lancs Manchester
Alice Hully Dau U 11 Lancs Manchester
George Hully Son U 7 Scholar Lancs Manchester
John Hully Son U 4 Lancs Manchester
Mary Routledge Lodger U 36 Ches
Ellen Routledge Lodger U 7 Lancs Hulme

1855 Mar qtr - son Robert William married at Manchester: Hulley Robert William Manchester 8d 320.

1861 census
RG 9/2894f69 MANCHESTER Hulme 1 Grove Street
William Hulley Head Mar 56 House Painter Lancs Manchester
Mary Hulley Wife Mar 53 Housewife Lancs Manchester
Alice Hulley Dau U 21 Semptress Lancs Manchester
George Hulley Son U 18 Packer in a Warehouse Lancs Manchester
John Hulley Son 13 Errand boy in an Office Lancs Manchester

1867 05 Nov - The Manchester Guardian: THE SPECIAL COMMISSION: THE MURDER OF SERGEANT BRETT
Mrs. Hulley said her husband kept the Railway Inn, in the Hyde Road. On the afternoon of the
attack many strangers came into her house, and she noticed others loitering about. She stood at
the front of her house, and saw the attack on the van. All the men left her house four minutes
before the van passed. She identified Bacon as being among the men.
Cross-examined by Mr. Serjeant O’Brien: She saw him coming out of the Halfway House. He
purchased something at a fruit stall opposite her house.
By Mr. Justice Blackburn: That was while a man was on top of the van breaking it with a stone.
the fruit stall was on the Manchester side of the arch.

1867 05 Nov - The Standard - TRIAL OF THE FENIANS AT MANCHESTER - (incl) Harriet (sic) Hulley Examined by
Mr. Hannen, said her husband kept the Railway Inn, Hyde-road. On the afternoon of the 18th of
September a number of men came to that house. She saw the attack on the van from her own front
door. She saw the men leave her house and join a number of others shortly before the van came up.
She identified Bacon as one of the men.
By Mr. Serjeant O’Brien - She did not notice anything particular about him. She saw him purchase
something from a fruit shop opposite, on the Manchester side of the arch.

1871 census
RG 10/3977 f115r Ardwick 3 Railway View
William M. Hully Head M 66 Plumber & Painter Lancs Manchester
Mary Hully Wife M 61 Lancs Manchester
Robert Wm Hully Son W 39 House Painter Lancs Manchester
Samuel J. Hully G-son 9 Scholar Lancs Manchester

1878 Sep qtr - died at Manchester RD: Hulley Mary 69 Manchester 8d 281 (GRO).

LANCASHIRE CEMETERY REGISTERS - from Ancestry
Name Mary Hulley
Death Age 74
Birth Date c1804
Death Date c1878
Burial Date 9 Sep 1878
Burial Place Manchester
Cemetery Philips Park
Cemetery Section L
Grave No. 1229
Cemetery Notes Consecrated


157. William Lomax Hulley

1828 10 Aug - baptised at Manchester cathedral:- William Lomax son of William & Mary Hulley Manch.
Warehouseman

1828 05 Oct - buried at Rusholme Road Cemetery in Grave No. 1961 (with 56 others): William Lomax Hulley Manchester
3 mos Bowel Complaint.


160. Joseph Hulley

1834 07 Sep - baptised at Manchester cathedral:- Joseph Hulley - Son of William Hulley & Mary Abode: Manch. Occupation: Wire Worker Baptised by: J. H. Marsden Register: Baptisms 1834, Page 507, Entry 4056
Source: LDS Film 2357018 (From Lancs OPC)


161. Elizabeth Hulley

1838 28 Jun - born at Salford -see baptism below.

1838 2 Sep - baptised at Manchester cathedral:- Elizabeth dau of William & Mary Hulley Salford Painter.
Born 24 June.

1839 Jun qtr - died at Manchester: Hulley Elizabeth Manchester 20 494.


162. Elizabeth Alice Hulley

1840 11 Mar - born at John Street Cheetham Manchester: Elizabeth Alice Girl - father William
Plumber and Glazier; mother Mary Hulley formerly Lomax - informant - William Hulley
father John Street Cheetham. (Birth cert) - see also baptism below.

1841 census
HO 107/580/6 f4r Chorlton on Medlock 34 Boundary Street
Wm. Hulley 30 Painter Y
Mary Hulley 30 Y
Saml Hulley 10 Y
Wm. Hulley 7 Y
Alice Hulley 1 Y

1850 8 Sep - baptised at Manchester cathedral:- Elizabeth Alice dau of William & Mary Hulley Manch.
Painter. Born 11 Mar 1840.

1851 census
HO 107/2221 f287 MANCHESTER Hulme Queen Street
William Hully Head M 44 Painter Lancs Manchester
Mary Hully Wife M 42 Lancs
Samuel Hully Son U 21 Weaver Lancs Manchester
Robert Hulley Son U 19 Painter Lancs Manchester
Alice Hully Dau U 11 Lancs Manchester
George Hully Son U 7 Scholar Lancs Manchester
John Hully Son U 4 Lancs Manchester
Mary Routledge Lodger U 36 Ches
Ellen Routledge Lodger U 7 Lancs Hulme

1861 census
RG 9/2894f69 MANCHESTER Hulme 1 Grove Street
William Hulley Head Mar 56 House Painter Lancs Manchester
Mary Hulley Wife Mar 53 Housewife Lancs Manchester
Alice Hulley Dau U 21 Semptress Lancs Manchester
George Hulley Son U 18 Packer in a Warehouse Lancs Manchester
John Hulley Son 13 Errand boy in an Office Lancs Manchester

1868 8 Jun - married at Manchester cathedral: Thomas Shelton Briggs 20 Bachelor Labourer 59
Lavender Street Hulme - father Robert Briggs Labourer; Elizabeth Alice Hulley 24
Spinster 5 Dunn Street Hulme - father William Hulley Painter. Wit. inc. George Hulley.

1881 census
RG 11/3933 f35 7 York Street Hulme
William M. Hulley Head W 77 Painter Lancs Manchester
Thomas H. Briggs S-in-L M 33 Carter Lincs Marston
Alice Briggs Dau M 41 Lancs Hulme


Thomas Shelton Briggs

1848 - born - see marriage cert below.

1868 8 Jun - married at Manchester cathedral: Thomas Shelton Briggs 20 Bachelor Labourer 59
Lavender Street Hulme - father Robert Briggs Labourer; Elizabeth Alice Hulley 24
Spinster 5 Dunn Street Hulme - father William Hulley Painter. Wit. inc. George Hulley.

1881 census
RG 11/3933 f35 7 York Street Hulme
William M. Hulley Head W 77 Painter Lancs Manchester
Thomas H. Briggs S-in-L M 33 Carter Lincs Marston
Alice Briggs Dau M 41 Lancs Hulme


164. John Hulley

1847 8 Nov - born at Manchester - see baptism below.

1850 08 Sep - baptised at St George's church Hulme: John Hulley - Son of William Hulley & Mary (formerly Lomax) Born: 8 Nov 1847 Abode: 38 Queen St. Hulme Occupation: Painter Place of Baptism: My own residence Parents' Marriage: Prestwich 1827 Baptised by: William Whitelegg Register: Baptisms 1846 - 1853,
Page 93, Entry 742 Source: LDS Film 2113127 (from Lancs OPC).

1851 census
HO 107/2221 f287 MANCHESTER Hulme Queen Street
William Hully Head M 44 Painter Lancs Manchester
Mary Hully Wife M 42 Lancs
Samuel Hully Son U 21 Weaver Lancs Manchester
Robert Hulley Son U 19 Painter Lancs Manchester
Alice Hully Dau U 11 Lancs Manchester
George Hully Son U 7 Scholar Lancs Manchester
John Hully Son U 4 Lancs Manchester
Mary Routledge Lodger U 36 Ches
Ellen Routledge Lodger U 7 Lancs Hulme

1861 census
RG 9/2894 f69 MANCHESTER Hulme 1 Grove Street
William Hulley Head Mar 56 House Painter Lancs Manchester
Mary Hulley Wife Mar 53 Housewife Lancs Manchester
Alice Hulley Dau U 21 Semptress Lancs Manchester
George Hulley Son U 18 Packer in a Warehouse Lancs Manchester
John Hulley Son 13 Errand boy in an Office Lancs Manchester

1868 27 Oct - died - Source: T Broome Undertakers Register. HULLEY John 1868 Died 27 Oct 1868, Aged 21 years,
Funeral at Ardwick.


80. Sarah Ann Hulley

1803 16 May - baptised at Manchester cathedral: Sarah Ann Dau of Samuel & Alice Hulley.

1829 04 Apr - Marriage Licence
The fourth Day of April in the
Year of our Lord, One Thousand, Eight Hundred and Twenty
Nine

On which day appeared personally George Whitfield
of the parish of Prescott in the
County of Lancaster, portrait
Painter

and, being sworn on the HOLY EVANGELISTS , alleged and made Oath as
follows;- That he is of the Age of twenty one
Years and upwards, and a bachelor and intends to marry
Sarah Ann Hulley of the
parish of Manchester in the
county of Lancaster aforesaid

aged twenty one Years and upwards, and a spinster
and he prayed a Licence to solemnize the said Marriage in the
Collegiate and parish church of Manchester
aforesaid. In which said parish the said
George Whitfield further made Oath, That
the said Sarah Ann Hulley hath had her
usual Abode for the Space of Fifteen days now immediately preceding.
And he further made Oath, That he believeth that there no Impediment
of Kindred or Alliance, or of any other lawful Cause, nor any Suit
commenced in any Ecclesiastical Court, to bar or hinder the proceeding
of the said Matrimony according to the Tenor of the said Licence.

George Whitfield

The same Day the said }
George Whitfield }
was sworn before me, and }
Licence issued, }

C.D. Wray
Surrogate

1829 04 Apr - married at Manchester cathedral: Sarah Ann Hulley spinster and George Whitfield bachelor portrait
painter of Parish of Prescott, by Licence. Elizabeth Hulley witness.

1836 - son John Henry born at Runcorn, Cheshire - see 1851 census below.

1846 - son Thomas George born in Manchester - see 1851 census below

1851 census
HO 107/2229 f205 Collegiate church SD Manchester 55 Moreton St Chapel Pl
George Whitfield Head M 45 Artist Lancs Sutton
Sarah Ann Whitfield Wife M 48 Artist's Wife Lancs Manchester
John Henry Whitfield Son U 15 Clerk Ches Runcorn
Thomas George Whitfield Son U 5 Lancs Manchester
Margaret Sidney Servt U 22 Ho. .Servant Scotland
John Loyd Lodger U 30 Proprietor of Houses Lancs Salford
William Robinson Lodger U 21 Salesman Yorks Bradford
John Myers Lodger U 22 Salesman Yorks Bradford


George Whitfield

1806 - born at Sutton, Lancs -see 1851 census below.

1829 04 Apr - Marriage Licence
The fourth Day of April in the
Year of our Lord, One Thousand, Eight Hundred and Twenty
Nine

On which day appeared personally George Whitfield
of the parish of Prescott in the
County of Lancaster, portrait
Painter

and, being sworn on the HOLY EVANGELISTS , alleged and made Oath as
follows;- That he is of the Age of twenty one
Years and upwards, and a bachelor and intends to marry
Sarah Ann Hulley of the
parish of Manchester in the
county of Lancaster aforesaid

aged twenty one Years and upwards, and a spinster
and he prayed a Licence to solemnize the said Marriage in the
Collegiate and parish church of Manchester
aforesaid. In which said parish the said
George Whitfield further made Oath, That
the said Sarah Ann Hulley hath had her
usual Abode for the Space of Fifteen days now immediately preceding.
And he further made Oath, That he believeth that there no Impediment
of Kindred or Alliance, or of any other lawful Cause, nor any Suit
commenced in any Ecclesiastical Court, to bar or hinder the proceeding
of the said Matrimony according to the Tenor of the said Licence.

George Whitfield

The same Day the said }
George Whitfield }
was sworn before me, and }
Licence issued, }

C.D. Wray
Surrogate

1829 4 Apr - married at Manchester cathedral: Sarah Ann Hulley spinster and George Whitfield bachelor
portrait painter of Parish of Prescott, by Licence. Elizabeth Hulley witness.

1836 - son John Henry born at Runcorn, Cheshire - see 1851 census below.

1846 - son Thomas George born in Manchester - see 1851 census below

1851 census
HO 107/2229 f205 Collegiate church SD Manchester 55 Moreton St Chapel Pl
George Whitfield Head M 45 Artist Lancs Sutton
Sarah Ann Whitfield Wife M 48 Artist's Wife Lancs Manchester
John Henry Whitfield Son U 15 Clerk Ches Runcorn
Thomas George Whitfield Son U 5 Lancs Manchester
Margaret Sidney Servt U 22 Ho. .Servant Scotland
John Loyd Lodger U 30 Proprietor of Houses Lancs Salford
William Robinson Lodger U 21 Salesman Yorks Bradford
John Myers Lodger U 22 Salesman Yorks Bradford


165. John Henry Whitfield

1836 - born at Runcorn, Cheshire - see 1851 census below.

1851 census
HO 107/2229 f205 Collegiate church SD Manchester 55 Moreton St Chapel Pl
George Whitfield Head M 45 Artist Lancs Sutton
Sarah Ann Whitfield Wife M 48 Artist's Wife Lancs Manchester
John Henry Whitfield Son U 15 Clerk Ches Runcorn
Thomas George Whitfield Son U 5 Lancs Manchester
Margaret Sidney Servt U 22 Ho. .Servant Scotland
John Loyd Lodger U 30 Proprietor of Houses Lancs Salford
William Robinson Lodger U 21 Salesman Yorks Bradford
John Myers Lodger U 22 Salesman Yorks Bradford


81. Francis Hulley

1807 - born - computed from death certificate (died aged 32 in 1839)

Note : no birth details have been found for this person (Feb 2006). He has been placed provisionally in
this family because of the link with Derbyshire through the other Manchester births of his siblings (in 1803,
1809 and 1811) whose father Sam Hulley was born in Edensor. The other family from Derbyshire who
was living in Manchester between 1797 and 1810 (John and Martha Hulley) had children in 1797, 1799,
1801, 806.

1828 25 Feb - married at Manchester cathedral: Francis Hulley bachelor spindle maker and Sarah Crossgrove spinster
both of this Parish.

bef. 1829 - wife died.

1829 - MANCHESTER DIRECTORY: Hulley Francis spindle maker 37 Blossom st

1829 13 Jul - married at Manchester cathedral: Francis Hulley widower spindle maker of this Parish and Elizabeth
Gregory spinster.

1830 - MANCHESTER DIRECTORY: Hulley Francis spindle maker 37 Blossom st

1831 13 Feb - dau Mary Anne baptised at St Joseph RC, Bedford, Leigh, Lancashire: Mary Anne Hully - [Child] of
Francis Hully & Elizabeth (formerly Gregory) Godparents: Edward Palmer; Margaret Hully Register:
Baptisms 1821 - 1843, Page 15 Source: Canon Brendan Alger Transcript. (from Lancs OPC).

1832 - MANCHESTER AND SALFORD DIRECTORY: Hulley Francis spindle maker 37 Blossom st

1833 - MANCHESTER AND SALFORD DIRECTORY: Hulley Francis spindle maker 37 Blossom st

1835/37 - son William born at Manchester - see 1851 census.

1838 7 Jun - son Francis George born: Birth Certificate: 7 June 1838 38 Mill Street Ancoats: Francis George Boy father
- Francis Hulley Spindle Maker; mother - Elizabeth Hulley formerly Gregory. Informant - The mark of X
Elizabeth Hulley Mother 38 Mill Street 2nd July 1838 Jno. Bennett Registrar.

1838 12 Jul - son Francis George baptised at St Peter and St Paul Roman Catholic Church, Bolton, Lancashire: Francis
George Hully - [Child] of Francis Hully & Elizabeth (formerly Gregory) Born: 7 Jun Godparents: John Kitts;
Margaret Hully Baptised by: John Glover Register: Baptisms 1835 - 1842, Page 117 Source: Original
register at LRO (from Lancs OPC).

1839 Dec qtr - died at Manchester RD: Hulley Francis Manchester 20 433 (GRO).

1839 3 Dec - died at Manchester: 3rd December 1839 at 26 Rodney Street Ancoats; Francis Hulley Male 32 years;
Stretcher; Accidental fracture of three of his left ribs from a Cart Wheel in going over a heap of Gravel.
Informant - Jas. Chapman Coroner Manchester. 6th Dec 1839 Jno. Bennet Registrar.

1839 Dec 8 - buried at St Patrick's RC church Livesey Street Manchester: HULLY Francis 8 Dec 839 Age: 32; Cause:
killed; Address: Not Given

1839 Dec 20 - buried at St Patrick's RC church Livesey Street Manchester: HULLY Francis 20 Dec 1839 Age: 32;
Cause: see 12/8; Address: Not Given

See inquest reports in the following newspapers:

Manchester Courier & Lancs General Advertiser Sat Dec 14th 1839 page 5 col.3.

DEATH BY A FALL FROM A CART - VERDICT of MANSLAUGHTER.
About five or six o’clock on the evening of Tuesday, in last week, five men, who were in the employ of Mr. Barton, spindle maker, of Allum-street were coming along Clarendon-street, Chorlton-upon-Medlock, in a car, conveying a wheel to some place in Salford. When in that part of Clarendon-street which crosses Chatham-street, the cart came in contact with a large heap of dirt or gravel, which extended from one side nearly to the middle of the street. The cart was overturned, and all the men were thrown out, except one, who jumped out; the cart fell upon two of the men, and one of them, named Francis Hulley, was so severely injured that he died about nine o’clock next day, at his house in Jersey-street. It appeared that this large heap of gravel, and another of similar size on the other side of the street, which was placed about seventeen yards lower down, had been deposited there by the men who are now employed in the paving and soughing of Chatham-street, which is done under the authority of the Chorlton commissioners of police. The work had been let to a person named Joseph Barber, and it was by his authority that the gravel had been placed in Clarendon-street. An Inquest was held on the body, before Mr. Rutter, at the Spread Eagle, Oldham-road, yesterday evening week, when the circumstances attendant on the accident were fully detailed. Mr. Smart, the clerk to the commissioners of police for Chorlton, was examined to show that the usual precaution had not been neglected. The inquest was adjourned to Tuesday last, when some further evidence was adduced, and the jury, after a long consultation, found a verdict of manslaughter against Mr. Barber.

Manchester Guardian Sat Dec 14th 1839 page 2 col.8.

Manchester Guardian Saturday December 14 1839
Page 2 column 8

FATAL CART ACCIDENT

An inquest was held before Mr. Chapman, the borough coroner, on Saturday last, and by adjournment on Monday, on the body of Francis Hulley, a stretcher, living in Rodney-street. It appeared from the evidence, which was given at very great length, that on the evening of Tuesday week, about half past five o’clock, the deceased along with four other men, were riding in a spring cart in which there was a large cart wheel, from Clarendon-street to Oxford Road when, the night being very foggy and dark, they came in contact with a heap of gravel which had been lying there for two or three weeks whilst the street is being sewered and paved, by which the cart was overturned and the loose wheel fell upon the deceased which caused his death the same evening. Mrs Mary Wilcock, of Clarendon Street, stated, that the heap of gravel was about five feet high. There was also another heap at some distance from it. Witness heard the cart overturned, and went out, when she saw the deceased on the pavement with the loose wheel upon him. The heap had been there two or three weeks. There had been lights, but the gas in the street light went out sometimes, and this had the effect of extinguishing the gas lights in the shops, which was the fact that evening. On the night in question, the gas at the cross corner was not lighted. George Pott, who was in the cart at the time of the accident, said, there was no lamp lighted, nor was there any gas lighted in the shop windows. After the accident, deceased got into the cart again, and went into Salford where he had some porter. Witness then took him home. The deceased’s wife stated that when he came home a surgeon was sent for, but he died at nine o’clock the same evening. Mr. William Anderson said that he had made a post-mortem examination of the body of the deceased, and had found that three of his ribs had been fractured, which had lacerated his lungs and that had caused his death. Samuel Laugh, lamplighter, stated, that he had lighted all the lamps, ten in number, in Clarendon-street, on Tuesday night and he put them out in the evening. Mr Colgan, the gas inspector, stated, that he saw the lamplighter light the corner lamp near the gravel on Tuesday night , and in his opinion there was sufficient light from this lamp for any one who was driving at a moderate rate to have passed the heap without coming upon it. Other persons stated that all the persons in the cart were forward in liquor at the time of the accident had occurred, which must have been the case, as they had been buying the wheel opposite All Saints church in Grosvenor-street, and had to take it to Salford; but instead of going direct down Oxford Road, the driver, who states that he has lived all his life in Manchester, lost his way, and got into Chatham-street and Cambridge-street and was returning to get into Oxford Road when the accident happened. At the adjourned inquest, on Monday, at the King’s Arms Clarendon-street, Christopher Smith, landlord of that house, stated that about 12 o’clock one night, before this accident, as he was going to bed, he heard a noise in the street, and on opening the door saw a gentleman, a coachman and two policemen standing by a coach near the same heap of gravel. The gentleman came towards the door and said it was well the policemen had come up, as, but for them, he and the coachman must have been killed; for they had been thrown off the coach-box in going over the gravel. There had been a large fire in the centre of the street, and a man stationed there at night whilst the sewering was going on, but that had been finished, and there had not since been either man or fire placed in the street. No one in the street had given any intimation of this coach accident at the town’s office, to the police commissioners, or to their contractor Joseph Barber. Witness told him of it on Saturday; and he did not seem to have heard of it before. Henry Henshall, a blacksmith, in Miller-street, stated that, at about half past ten o’clock on the Tuesday forenoon, he sold a cart wheel to Openshaw who, with the deceased and Simpson, came to his shop for it, about four o’clock in the afternoon, and then said he had been at a public house drinking ever since he had called in the morning. Witness assisted to place the wheel in the cart, and they went to All Saint’s Tavern where witness paid for glasses round. Some took two pennyworths of gin, some ale, and witness left after drinking his glass. About an hour afterwards he returned and found Simpson and Openshaw hauling each other up and down the room, as to which of them should pay for more drink. Simpson, Openshaw and Stanley, were very tipsy, but the deceased and Todd were not much so. When the wheel was in the cart, it would not lie inside, and one part projected over the off-side. Its weight was between 2 cwt. and 3 cwt. The cart and its wheels would not weigh more than 5cwt. and the wheel and five men formed too great a load for such a cart, driven as carefully as it could be. Witness heard the men go off at a sharp trot. They went down York-street which would take them into Sidney-street. Several of the jurymen expressed a desire to fine the commissioners for leaving the gravel in the street; but Mr Chapman explained to them that they had no power to do so; they might lay a deodand on the wheel and gravel, but the value of these would not be equivalent to the amount fixed. Mr Smart, the clerk to the Chorlton commissioners, who attended on their behalf, said that he had no doubt the contractor would give the deceased’s widow £5. The jury ultimately brought in a verdict of “Accidental Death” and laid a deodand of 5s. on the heap and of 5s. on the cart. The contractor, after this verdict, expressed his willingness to present £5 to the widow of the deceased. We understand that on Tuesday-afternoon Mr, Rutter held an inquest over the body and the jury, after hearing his observations on the case, returned a verdict of manslaughter against Joseph Barber, the contractor under the Chorlton police commissioners. We are told that Mr. Rutter, though requested by Mr. Thomas Smart to hear evidence to rebut that before him, by the testimony of five witnesses, positively refused to receive it.

Manchester Times Sat Dec 14th 1839 page 3 cols. 3 & 4.

INQUEST-DOUBLE VERDICT
On Saturday last an inquest was held before James Chapman, Esq., borough coroner at the Wheat Sheaf, Oldham-road, by adjournment, on the 9th instant at the King’s Arms, Clarendon-street, Chorlton-upon-Medlock, on view of the body of Francis Hulley, a stretcher, residing at 26, Rodney-street, Manchester, of the age of 32 years, who came by his death in consequence of being thrown out of a cart which was upset in Clarendon-street, Chorlton-upon-Medlock, on Tuesday evening the 3rd instant. As Mr. Rutter has brought in a verdict of “Manslaughter” against Mr. Barber, a contractor for paving and soughing streets, and as the jury of Mr. Chapman returned a verdict of “Accidentally killed,” we give the evidence as taken against the latter gentleman pretty fully, so that our readers may judge for themselves. George Topp, of PooI-street, near Canal-street, stonemason, stated that about five minutes past five o’clock, on Tuesday night the 3d instant, as he, the deceased, and James Openshaw, Christopher Simpson, and George Stanley were going down Clarendon-street, from Oxford-street, Chorlton-upon-Medlock, with a spring cart, drawn by a pony, which was driven by Chris: Simpson, they came in contact with a heap of gravel about 20 tons weight which was lying in the street. It was very dark and foggy, and they had not perceived the gravel until they were going over it. There was no gas light in the lamps, nor in the opposite shops, which they had been informed had been without gas for a week. The gravel reached half way across the street. On the contrary side of the street, about 17 yards forward, there was another heap of gravel. On going over the heap the cart was upset, the deceased, and also Openshaw ad Stanley being in it. Witness was sitting on the front of the cart. As it was going over he contrived to liberate himself, and immediately went to the assistance of the others. He first extricated Simpson, who was under the cart, and had him placed on some steps nearby. He was bleeding profusely at both nostrils. As he was returning to the cart two persons, who were strangers to him, had brought out the deceased. He had fallen with his left side on the pavement, and a loose wheel which was in the cart fell upon him. The other two were slightly injured. Stanley took Simpson home, and Openshaw soon after had disappeared from the place. On righting the cart and replacing the loose wheel, the deceased was placed in the cart, and witness drove to Salford, were he had to leave the wheel, which belonged to Openshaw; and then, at the request of the deceased he drove him to his own house, having previously asked him to go to the Oldfield Lane doctor, which he refused. As they were going up Oldham Road deceased said that his face was swelling up very much, and that he was blind of one eye. Hen they had got to the top end of Prussia-street, at the request of the deceased witness stopped the cart, and brought deceased’s wife from a distance of about 90 yards, and he walked home between witness and his wife. His face was much swollen, and he appeared to be quite blind. The deceased’s wife then sent her sister for a doctor, and witness returned with his cart, leaving two men who were neighbours, and who with deceased’s wife had him carried upstairs to bed. Two Iadies who were standing at a window close by where the accident happened, came out with candles. The wheel fell on the deceased, and the near side of the cart fell on the wheel. It was very dark and foggy. There was no protection or lights across the street to warn them of the gravel. They might have gone between the heaps had it not been a foggy dark night. They were all sober, but they had each had four twopenny glasses of gin except the deceased, who had had four gills of beer. They had been over it all the afternoon. The horse was going in a gentle trot down the street. The heap of gravel was a good height, but they could not see it before them. Simpson could have taken twice as much liquor, and was a good driver. Their nearest road to Salford was by Oxford-street, and not by Clarendon-street, where the accident happened.
Mary Wilcock, wife of John Wilcock, 41, Clarendon street, stated, that the commissioners of police were paving and sewering the street opposite her front door, and for that purpose there was a heap of gravel, about five feet high, Iying in the street. About five minutes past five o’clock, on Tuesday the 3d instant1she heard the cart coming down the street, at, she thought the regular rate of spring carts. She was sitting in a back room, there being another room between her and the street, the middle door being shut, but the front door was open. Soon after she heard the cart, she heard a noise as if it were falling over: She immediately ran to the door, and saw that it had fallen over in consequence of the heap of gravel. It was dark, and she returned for a light. On returning again to the door she saw the deceased, who was under a loose wheel. Some men were pulling it up, while he was scrambling from under. Three of the men appeared to be injured. She brought a bucket of water to wash the blood off them. They seemed to have had liquor. She did not know whether, if she had been driving, she would have seen the heap of gravel, as it was so very dark and foggy; nor did she know as the street was broad and clear, whether she could have driven at a Iess speed. Witness did not s about the gravel. It had been there about a fortnight or three weeks, and had been placed there, as was customary, while the streets were repairing, and had not been there Ionger than such heaps generally were in the streets. There had been dark nights before, for a week in succession. There had been lights, but sometimes the gas went out when it was weak. The lamp at the corner opposite the heap, and that in witness’s house, and the adjoining houses, had not been lighted, from that cause, that night, or the previous week, but the other lamps, lower down and higher up, had been and were then lighted. There was another lamp lighted on the same side, about a dozen yards distant, at the corner of Clarendon-place; but it would not have assisted them. The next lamp was at the cross-corner of the same street, and if the corner lamp had been lighted, it would have been about five yards from the heap. She did not think it would have shown the heap. There had been fires during the making of the sewers; but they were now covered. There was another heap of gravel at the cross-corner; but the width of Chatham-street was left for carts to pass. If witness had to go from Oxford-road to Salford, she should not have gone down Clarendon-street, as it was circuitous, and she should have been afraid of going that way, as it was a new end of the town. But unless the streets had been bad and unpaved, she should have gone down Oxford-road.
Christopher Simpson, of 12, Ashton-street, who drove the cart, stated that he made a mistake in going down Clarendon-street, not having been in that neighbourhood for five years before. He was born in Manchester; but he was not aware that he had crossed Oxford-street, which was lighted, and which was a long street. He could have seen his way; but when he found out his mistake, he drove down Cambridge-street and up the centre of Clarence-street at a slow trot to get into Oxford-street again. He did not see any lamps in Clarendon-street, nor the gravel until they got upon it. But for the gravel no accident would have occurred at the speed he was driving, and he had driven about two yards and a half upon it before the cart upset. He had pulled up. It was the loose wheel which over- weighed the cart, as we were not high enough on the gravel to have been upset, and but for the wheel I might have stopped the cart, and have prevented the accident. I have driven for eighteen years. The wheel had not been tied in the cart; I was not tipsy at the time; I had had two glasses of ale and two two-pennyworths of gin.
Elizabeth Hulley stated: I am the deceased’s widow. The deceased was brought home about eight o’clock at night. I thought he had drink; but he was sensible. Topp appeared to be quite sober. I and two neighbours took the deceased to bed, and, just then, Mr. Anderson, a surgeon, came in. The deceased died about nine o’clock the same evening.
William Anderson, of I98 Oldham Road, surgeon, stated that he attended the deceased after the accident, and also the post-mortem examination of the body. Three ribs of his right side were broken, which occasioned laceration of his lungs, in consequence of which he breathed his own air, and he had also received a bruise on his left eye; and an excoriation and discolouration above the left hip. The fractures of the ribs were the cause of death, and the deceased seemed to be elevated from liquor. He did not complain of pain, except from his shoulder.
Christopher Smith, landlord of the King’s Arms, stated that, about twelve o’clock at night, and about three weeks before the happening of the above accident, as he was going to bed he heard a noise from the street, and, on opening the door, a gentleman, a coachman, and two policemen were standing by a coach, near the heap of gravel; the gentleman came towards the door, and said that it was well that policemen had come up, as but for them, he and the coachman must have been killed, as they had been thrown off the coach-box in going over the gravel, and it appeared that he had been upon the ground, as he was shook, and his trowsers were burst: it was a dark night. He did not know whether the lamps were lighted. It is the same heap of gravel. There had been a large fire in the centre of the street, and a man stationed there at night while the sewering was going on, but that had been finished, and there had not since been either man or fire in the street. Neither he nor any one else, to his knowledge, gave any intimation of the coach accident at the Town’s-Office to the commissioners, or to their contractor, Joseph Barber, before this accident. He told Barber of it on Saturday last, but he did not seem to be conscious of it.
[We are sorry that we are obliged to abridge the evidence in this interesting case, but we are compelled for want of room. Henry Henshell, blacksmith, stated that at half past four o’clock Simpson, Openshaw and Stanley were tipsey. Emanuel Golsaves gave similar testimony. Samuel Leigh stated that there were ten lamps in Clarendon-street, which he had lighted a little before eight o’clock on the same evening, and put out on the following morning. Michael Colgan, gas inspector, corroborated the testimony of the last witness. We understand that in consequence of the verdict brought in by Mr. Rutter’s jury, a warrant has been issued for the apprehension of Mr. Barber.]
THE CORONER, in addressing the jury, remarked that if five men, having a heavy broad wheel to take home in a small spring cart, drawn by a spirited pony, instead of proceeding in a steady manner, in order to arrive at their destination in a reasonable time and while it was light, as they might have done in this case, chose to have a carousal, they, he considered, were responsible for the consequences of mistaking their road and stumbling over obstructions which they ought have avoided had they gone at a reasonable rate and been sober, there having been a broad, clear, well-lighted, and well-paved street, Oxford street, to go by; but having crossed that, there having also been sufficient room between the heaps to pass both, and to miss the gravel on which the misfortune happened. The wheel alone was load enough, dark and foggy as it was, for such a cart drawn by such an animal, without the addition of the five men; but they, having jumped into the cart, drunk as they were, and none of them having taken the precaution to get off and lead the pony, or to drive slowly, instead of keeping it on trot all the way, as seemed to have been the case, particularly if the lamp was out as Topp stated, but which he very much doubted, it was only surprising that more lives were not lost, as all had been in jeopardy. His opinion was, that it was a case of misadventure. He did not think there was sufficient evidence of notice of the coach accident having been given to the commissioners or to Mr. Barber. But Mr. Smart having attended on behalf of the commissioners, he admonished him upon the impropriety of the fires having been discontinued after the sewering was completed, and suggested that the same might remain, or some other protection be set up, until all such obstructions in future, small or great, were removed.
The Jury thereupon returned a verdict of “Accidental death;" laying a deodand* of 5s. on the gravel and 5s, on the wheel, and recommending a donation to the widow by the commissioners or Mr. Barber. Mr. Smart promised £5 on behalf of Mr. Barber.
* deodand - in old English law, a personal chattel which had been the immediate accidental cause of the death of a human being, forfeited to the crown for pious uses.

1840 - MANCHESTER DIRECTORY: Hulley Francis, spindle maker, 26 Rodney st, Portugal st

2007 18 Jul - a search was made of the Minutes of the Board of Surveyor 1839-1840 held at Manchester Archives and
Local Studies (MALS). This was to see whether the accident in Clarendon Street which caused the death
of Francis Hulley was discussed at the relevant meeting of the Board. No references were found in the
minutes, which were searched from December 3 1839 to January 31 1840.

2007 18 Jul - a search of various parish registers was made to locate the burial entry of Francis Hulley in December
1839 - January 1840. He died at 26 Rodney Street, Ancoats on 3 December 1839 and an inquest was
held at the Spread Eagle Public House, Oldham Road, on Saturday 7th December and and adjourned to
Monday 9th December 1839 to the King's Arms Clarendon Street Chorlton upon Medlock.
The following registers were searched without success:

St Andrew's church Travis Street Ancoats;
(Christ Church) Bible Christian church Every Street Ancoats;
St George's church, St George's Street Oldham Road;
Manchester Cathedral.

At this stage it is has been concluded that his body may have been taken back to Derbyshire for burial.
This is a repeat of what happened to his father Samuel, who was living at Manchester in 1809 and
1811 (2 of his children were baptised at the Cathedral in these years) and when he died in 1811 he
was buried at St Peter's church Edensor.

2009 01 May - a check of the CD of the Burial Registers of St Patrick's RC church Livesey Street Manchester has found
the burial entry of Francis Hully (sic). He was buried on 8 Dec 1839, having died on 3 December.
Unusually his burial is registered again on 20 December. This could mean that his body was exhumed
for purposes connected with his inquest, which was held on 7 December and adjourned to Monday 9
December. The burial entries are shown above in date order,


Elizabeth Gregory

1808 - born at Matlock - see 1851 census below.

1829 13 Jul - married at Manchester cathedral: Francis Hulley widower spindle maker of this Parish and Elizabeth
Gregory spinster.

1831 13 Feb - dau Mary Anne baptised at St Joseph RC, Bedford, Leigh, Lancashire: Mary Anne Hully - [Child] of
Francis Hully & Elizabeth (formerly Gregory) Godparents: Edward Palmer; Margaret Hully Register:
Baptisms 1821 - 1843, Page 15 Source: Canon Brendan Alger Transcript. (from Lancs OPC).

1835/37 - son William born at Manchester - see 1851 census.

1838 7 Jun - son Francis George born: Birth Certificate: 7 June 1838 38 Mill Street Ancoats: Francis George Boy father
- Francis Hulley Spindle Maker; mother - Elizabeth Hulley formerly Gregory. Informant - The mark of X
Elizabeth Hulley Mother 38 Mill Street 2nd July 1838 Jno. Bennett Registrar.

1838 12 Jul - son Francis George baptised at St Peter and St Paul Roman Catholic Church, Bolton, Lancashire: Francis
George Hully - [Child] of Francis Hully & Elizabeth (formerly Gregory) Born: 7 Jun Godparents: John Kitts;
Margaret Hully Baptised by: John Glover Register: Baptisms 1835 - 1842, Page 117 Source: Original
register at LRO (from Lancs OPC).

1839 Dec qtr - husband died at Manchester RD: Hulley Francis Manchester 20 433 (GRO).

1839 3 Dec - husband died at Manchester: 3rd December 1839 at 26 Rodney Street Ancoats; Francis Hulley Male 32
years; Stretcher; Accidental fracture of three of his left ribs from a Cart Wheel in going over a heap of
Gravel. Informant - Jas. Chapman Coroner Manchester. 6th Dec 1839 Jno. Bennet Registrar.

See inquest reports in the following newspapers:

Manchester Courier & Lancs General Advertiser Sat Dec 14th 1839 page 5 col.3.
Manchester Guardian Sat Dec 14th 1839 page 2 col.8.
Manchester Times Sat Dec 14th 1839 page 3 cols. 3 & 4.

1840 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester Jersey Street - Elizh. Hulley

1841 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 66 Jersey Street - Elis Hulley

1841 census
HO 107/576 bk 11 f28r Manchester Ancoats Jersey Street
William Gregory 60 Cotton N
Elizabeth Gregory 55 N
Ellen Gregory 15 Y
Ann Gregory 10 Y
Elizth Hully 30 Shop Keeper N
Francis Hully 3 Y
Dorothy Creech 20 Cotton Y
Samuel Creech 20 Y

1847 15 Jan - Marriage Licence -
The Fifteenth Day of January in the
Year of our LORD, One Thousand, Eight Hundred and Forty seven

On which day appeared personally Joseph Timms
of 30 Riga Street Hulme in the Parish
of Manchester Engineer

and, being sworn on the HOLY EVANGELISTS , alleged and made Oath as
follows;- That he is of the Age of Twenty one
Years and upwards, and a Widower and intends to marry
Elizabeth Hulley of Pleasance Place

aged Twenty one Years and upwards, and a Widow
and he prayed a Licence to solemnize the said Marriage in the Collegiate
& Parish Church of Manchester
aforesaid. In which said Parish the said
Joseph Timms further made Oath, That
the said Joseph Timms hath had his
usual Abode for the Space of Fifteen days now immediately preceding.
And he further made Oath, That he believeth that there no Impediment
of Kindred or Alliance, or of any other lawful Cause, nor any Suit
commenced in any Ecclesiastical Court, to bar or hinder the proceeding
of the said Matrimony according to the Tenor of the said Licence.

Joseph Timms X his Mark

The same Day the said }
Joseph Timms }
was sworn before me, and }
Licence issued, }
Lic: Isd. 16th Jnary. 1847
W. Wilson M.A.
Surrogate

1847 16 Jan - Marriage Licence - List: Joseph Timms Hulme Manchester Engineer Elizabeth Hulley Hulme Widow
Manchester Coll. Ch.

1847 17 Jan - married at Manchester cathedral: Joseph Timms Full age Widower Engineer 38 Riga Stree Hulme -
father William Timms Engineer; Elizabeth Hulley Full age Widow Riga Street Hulme - father William
Gregory Labourer. Wits William x Moores, James Gregory.

1851 census
HO 107/2225 557r Ancoats 59 Prussia Street
Joseph Timms Head M 53 Engine driver Nottingham
Elizabeth Timms Wife M 43 Derbys Matlock
Martha Timms Dau U 18 Steamroom Weaver Lancs Manchester
Benjamin Timms Son 16 Assistant engineer Lancs Manchester
Joseph Timms Son 3 Lancs Manchester
William Hulley S-son 16 Assistant engineer Lancs Manchester
Fran. George Hulley S-son 13 Factory Hand Lancs Manchester
William Bradbury Lodger 33 Bricklayer (+ w, 1 ch) Lancs Manchester


167. Mary Anne Hully

1831 13 Feb - baptised at St Joseph RC, Bedford, Leigh, Lancashire: Mary Anne Hully - [Child] of Francis Hully &
Elizabeth (formerly Gregory) Godparents: Edward Palmer; Margaret Hully Register: Baptisms 1821 - 1843,
Page 15 Source: Canon Brendan Alger Transcript. (from Lancs OPC).


169. Francis George Hulley

1838 7 Jun - born: Birth Certificate: 7 June 1838 38 Mill Street Ancoats: Francis George Boy father - Francis Hulley
Spindle Maker; mother - Elizabeth Hulley formerly Gregory. Informant - The mark of X Elizabeth Hulley
Mother 38 Mill Street 2nd July 1838 Jno. Bennett Registrar.

1838 12 Jul - baptised at St Peter and St Paul Roman Catholic Church, Bolton, Lancashire: Francis George Hully -
[Child] of Francis Hully & Elizabeth (formerly Gregory) Born: 7 Jun Godparents: John Kitts; Margaret Hully Baptised by: John Glover Register: Baptisms 1835 - 1842, Page 117 Source: Original register at LRO
(from Lancs OPC).

1841 census
HO 107/576 bk 11 f28r Manchester Ancoats Jersey Street
William Gregory 60 Cotton N
Elizabeth Gregory 55 N
Ellen Gregory 15 Y
Ann Gregory 10 Y
Elizth Hully 30 Shop Keeper N
Francis Hully 3 Y
Dorothy Creech 20 Cotton Y
Samuel Creech 20 Y

1851 census
HO 107/2225 557r Ancoats 59 Prussia Street
Joseph Timms Head M 53 Engine driver Nottingham
Elizabeth Timms Wife M 43 Derbys Matlock
Martha Timms Dau U 18 Steamroom Weaver Lancs Manchester
Benjamin Timms Son 16 Assistant engineer Lancs Manchester
Joseph Timms Son 3 Lancs Manchester
William Hulley S-son 16 Assistant engineer Lancs Manchester
Fran. George Hulley S-son 13 Factory Hand Lancs Manchester
William Bradbury Lodger 33 Bricklayer (+ w, 1 ch) Lancs Manchester

1861 census
RG 9/2929 f55 Manchester 8 Elizabeth Street
Samuel Creech Head M 42 Engine Driver + w + 7 children Lancs Manchester
William Hully Boarder Un 26 Engine Feeder Lancs Manchester
Francis Hully Boarder Un 24 Bricklayer Lancs Manchester

1862 Sep qtr - married at Salford RD: Hulley Francis Salford 8d 52 (GRO).

1862 - LancsBMD marriage entry: HULLEY Francis CARR Ruth Salford St Simon Salford C27/4/257.

1864 Jun qtr - wife died at Manchester RD: Hulley Ruth Manchester 8d 93 (GRO).

1868 Mar qtr - married at Manchester RD: Hulley Francis George Manchester 8d 365 (GRO).

1868 - LancsBMD marriage entry: HULLEY Francis G CLAUYZE Annie M Manchester Cathedral Manchester
CATH/168/22.

1868 23 Mar - married at Manchester Cathedral: Francis George Hulley 30 Widower Bricklayer 80 Ravald Street -
father Francis Geo. Hulley Spindle Maker; Annie Marie Clauyze 30 Spinster 80 Ravald Street - father
Edward Clauyze Clothier.

1869 Mar qtr - died at Manchester RD: Hulley Frances George 29 Manchester 8d 90 (GRO).

Lancashire Cemetery Registers - from Ancestry
Name Francis George Hulley
Death Age 29
Occupation Bricklayer
Birth Date c1840
Death Date c1869
Burial Date 9 Jan 1869
Burial Place Manchester
Cemetery Not listed
Cemetery Section E
Grave No. 712


Ruth Carr

1839 - ? born at Manchester see 1861 census ref RG 9/2929 f44 p16.

1862 Sep qtr - married at Salford RD: Hulley Francis Salford 8d 52 (GRO).

1862 - LancsBMD marriage entry: HULLEY Francis CARR Ruth Salford St Simon Salford
C27/4/257.

1864 Jun qtr - died at Manchester RD: Hulley Ruth Manchester 8d 93 (GRO).


Annie Marie Clauyze

1868 Mar qtr - married at Manchester RD: Hulley Francis George Manchester 8d 365 (GRO).

1868 - LancsBMD marriage entry: HULLEYFrancis G CLAUYZE Annie M Manchester
Cathedral Manchester CATH/168/22.

1868 23 Mar - married at Manchester Cathedral: Francis George Hulley 30 Widower Bricklayer 80
Ravald Street - father Francis Geo. Hulley Spindle Maker; Annie Marie Clauyze 30
Spinster 80 Ravald Street - father Edward Clauyze Clothier.

1869 Mar qtr - husband died at Manchester RD: Hulley Frances George 29 Manchester 8d 90 (GRO).

1870 Mar qtr - marriage at Manchester RD: Hulley Ann Maria Manchester 8d 570 (GRO).

1870 - LancsBMD marriage entry:
CLAUYZE Ann M FARR Cornelius W Manchester Register Office or Registrar Attended Manchester MCR_RM/71/178.
HULLEY Ann M FARR Cornelius W Manchester Register Office or Registrar Attended
Manchester MCR_RM/71/178.


87. Samuel Hulley

1816 26 May - baptised at Edensor church: Samuel Hulley - father Joseph Hulley mother Mary Allcard (IGI).

1841 census
107/569/9 f32 Deansgate SD Medlock Street
Wm. Crowther 50 Cl.(+ w 2 chn, 7 others) N
Saml. Hulley 25 Porter N

1841 Sep qtr - married at St Mary's church Manchester: Hulley Samuel & Walley Sarah (LancsBMD) GRO ref
Manchester 20 569 .

1842 09 Oct - dau Mary Anne baptised at St Bartholomew's church, Church Minshull Cheshire: Mary Anne dau of
Samuel and Sarah Hulley Carrier, Minshull.

1841 12 Sep - married at St Mary, Manchester, Lancashire: Samuel Hulley - Full, Porter, Bachelor, 15 Medlock St.
Sarah Walley - (X), Full, Spinster, 15 Medlock St. Groom's Father: Joseph Hulley, Gardener Bride's
Father: John Walley, Carrier Witness: Wm. Cotteril; James Royle Married by Banns by: Wm. Hall
Register: Marriages 1840 - 1842, Page 141, Entry 282 Source: LDS Family Search (from Lancs OPC)
1843 - 1843 SLATER'S DIRECTORY OF MANCHESTER AND SALFORD: Hulley Samuel, porter, 4 Hulme place
Hulme

1843 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 4 York Street - Samuel Hulley

1844 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 7 York Street - Samuel Hulley

1844 Jun qtr - son Thomas born at Chorlton RD: Hully Thomas Chorlton 20 291 (FreeBMD).

1844 01 Sep - son Thomas baptised at St Bartholemew's church, Church Minshull Cheshire: Thomas son of
Samel and Sarah Hulley Manchester Porter.

1845 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 4 Hulme Place - Samuel Hulley

1845 13 Apr - dau Mary Ann died at Hulme Place, York St., Hulme: HULLEY Mary Ann dau of Saml. & Sarah Hulley of
Hulme Place, York St., Hulme aged 2 years 6 months. Notes: Whooping Cough.

1845 16 Apr - dau Mary Ann buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.

1845 25 Apr - son Thomas died at Hulme Place, Hulme: HULLEY Thomas son of Samuel & Sarah Hulley aged 10
months. Notes: Whooping Cough.

1845 27 Apr - son Thomas buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.

1846 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 4 York Street - Samuel Hully

1846 Mar qtr - dau Sarah Ellen born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Sarah Ellen Chorlton 20 331 (FreeBMD).

1846 22 Mar - dau Sarah Ellen born at 4 Hulme Place, York Street, Hulme: see baptism entry below.

1846 25 Apr - dau Sarah Ellen baptised at home: Sarah Ellen Hulley - Daughter of Samuel Hulley & Sarah Born: 22
Mar 1846 Abode: 4 Hulme Place, York St. Hulme Occupation: Porter Place of Baptism: Parent's
house Baptised by: Robt. B. Davies Register: Baptisms 1846 - 1853, Page 5, Entry 39 Source: LDS Film
2113127 (from Lancs OPC).
1846 07 Jul - dau Sarah Ellen died at Hulme: HULLEY Sarah Ellen dau of Samuel & Sarah Hulley aged 4 months.
Notes: Inflammation.

1846 10 Jul - dau Sarah Ellen buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.

1847 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 4 York Street - Samuel Hulley

1847 13 Dec - son Samuel born at Manchester - see baptism entry below.

1848 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Street - Samuel Hully

1848 13 Feb - son Samuel baptised at St George, Hulme, Lancashire: Samuel Hulley - Son of Samuel Hulley & Sarah
(formerly Whalley) Born: 13 Dec 1847 Abode: York Place, York St. Hulme Occupation: Porter Parents'
Marriage: St. Mary's Manchr. 1841 Baptised by: William Whitelegg Register: Baptisms 1846 - 1853,
Page 79, Entry 629 Source: LDS Film 2113127 (from Lancs OPC).

1849 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Street Place - Hulley

1849 19 Oct - dau Sarah Ellen born at York Place, York Street, Hulme - see baptism entry below.

1849 02 Dec - dau Sarah Ellen baptised at St George, Hulme, Lancashire, England Sarah Ellen Hulley - Daughter of
Samuel Hulley & Sarah (formerly Walley) Born: 19 Oct 1849 Abode: York Place, York St. Hulme
Occupation: Porter Parents' Marriage: St. Mary's Manchester 1841 Baptised by: William Whitelegg
Register: Baptisms 1846 - 1853, Page 150, Entry 1195 Source: LDS Film 2113127 (From Lancs OPC).

1850 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1850 - SLATER'S DIRECTORY OF MANCHESTER AND SALFORD: Hulley Samuel, porter, 6 York st. Hulme

1850 Jun qtr - dau Sarah Ellen died at Chorlton RD: Hulley Sarah Ellen vol 20 p 148 (FreeBMD).

1850 - dau Sarah Ellen's Lancs BMD death entry: HULLEY Sarah Ellen 0 Hulme Manchester HUL/27/147

1851 - SLATER'S DIRECTORY OF MANCHESTER AND SALFORD: Hulley Samuel, porter, 6 York st. Hulme

1851 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Street Hulme Place - Hulley

1851 census
HO 107/2221 f304r MANCHESTER Hulme York Place
Samuel Hully Head M 39 Piecer Lancs Kersall
Sarah Hully Wife M 30 Lancs Kersall
Samuel Hully Son U 12 Messenger boy Lancs Manchester
Job Ogden Lodger U 24 Butcher Lancs Manchester
Eliza Ogden Lodger W 24 Lancs Manchester

1851 09 Mar - son John born at York Place, York Street Hulme - see baptism entry below.

1851 Mar qtr - son John born at Chorlton RD: Hulley John Chorlton 20 257 (FreeBMD).

1851 24 Oct - son John baptised at St George, Hulme, Lancashire: John Hulley - Son of Samuel Hulley & Sarah
(formerly Whally) Born: 9 Mar 1851 Abode: 6 York Place, York St. Hulme Occupation: Porter Notes:
Certified to the congregation Dec. 28 1851. W.W. Place of Baptism: Parent's House Parents' Marriage:
St. Mary's, 1841 Baptised by: Edward Chadwick Register: Baptisms 1846 - 1853, Page 234, Entry 1867
Source: LDS Film 2113127 (from Lancs OPC).

1851 Dec qtr - son Joseph born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Joseph Chorlton 8c 581 (FreeBMD).

1853 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1853 26 Jul - son William born at York Street Hulme - see baptism entry below.

1853 30 Oct - son Wiilaim baptised at St George, Hulme, Lancashire: William Hulley - Son of Samuel Hulley & Sarah
(formerly Whalley) Born: 26 Jul 1853 Abode: 6 York St Hulme Occupation: Porter Parents Marriage: St
Mary's 1841 Baptised by: Edward Chadwick Register: Baptisms 1853 - 1862, Page 25 Source: LDS Film
2113127 (from Lancs OPC).
1858 04 Jun - son William died at 6 York Place, York St., Hulme: HULLEY William Son of Samuel & Sarah Hulley aged
5 years. Notes: Inflamm. In Brain.

1855 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1855 Jun qtr - son Joseph born: Hulley Joseph Chorlton 8c 581.

1855 09 May - son Joseph born at Manchester - see baptism entry below.

1855 04 Jul - son Joseph baptised at Manchester cathedral: Baptism: 15 Feb 1856 St George, Hulme, Lancashire:
Joseph Hulley - [Child] of Samuel Hulley & Sarah (formerly Wooley) Born: 9 May 1855 Abode: York Place
Hulme Occupation: Porter Notes: Parent's House Parents Marriage: St. Mary’s 1841 Baptised by: E.
Chadwick Register: Baptisms 1853 - 1862, Page 124 Source: LDS Film 2113127 (From Lancs OPC)

1856 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1856 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 55 Moreton Street - Samuel Hulley

1857 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 55 Moreton Street - Samuel Hully

1857 Jun qtr - son Thomas born: Hulley Thomas Chorlton 8c 605.

1857 Dec qtr - son Thomas born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Thomas Chorlton 8c 605 (FreeBMD).

1857 19 May - son Thomas born at Manchester - see baptismal entry below.

1858 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme York Place - Samuel Hully

1858 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 55 Moreton Street - Saml Hulley

1858 04 Jun - son William died at 6 York Place, York St., Hulme: HULLEY William Son of Samuel & Sarah Hulley
aged 5 years. Notes: Inflamm. In Brain.
1858 06 Jun - son William buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.

1858 04 Jul - son Thomas baptised at Manchester cathedral: Thomas son of Samuel and Sarah Hulley Manchr.
Townsman. Born 19 May 1857.

1859 05 Jan - son Thomas died at 6 York Place, Hulme: HULLEY Thomas son of Samuel & Sarah Hulley aged 1
years 7 months. Notes: Scarlatina.
1859 07 Jan - son Thomas buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.

1859 Mar qtr - son Joseph died at Manchester: Hulley Joseph Chorlton 8c 419.

1859 21 Jan - son Joseph died at 6 York Place, York St., Hulme: HULLEY Joseph son of Samuel & Sarah Hulley aged
3 years 8 months. Notes: Scarlatina.
1859 23 Jan - son Joseph buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.

1859 Sep qtr - son James born: Hulley James Chorlton 8c 616.

1859 17 Sep - son James born at Manchester - see birth entry below.

1860 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1860 17 Jun - son James baptised at Manchester cathedral: James son of Samuel & Sarah Hulley Manchr. Townsman
Born 17 Sep 1859..

1861 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1861 census
RG 9/2897 f7rev MANCHESTER Hulme 6 York Place
Samuel Hulley Head Mar 44 Townsman for a Carrier Derbyshire Edensor
Sarah Hulley Wife Mar 40 Cheshire Minshull
Samuel Hulley Son 23 Hook at a Warehouse Manchester
James Hulley Son 1 Manchester
Robert Spencer Lodger U 16 Clerk at a carriers Manchester

1861 Jun qtr - son John Whalley born at Manchester: Hulley John Walley Chorlton 8c 673. (FreeBMD).

1861 27 Apr - son John Whalley born at York Place, Hulme - see baptism entry below.

1861 16 Jun - son John Whalley baptised at St George, Hulme, Lancashire: John Whalley Hulley - [Child] of Samuel
Hulley & Sarah (formerly Whalley) Born: 27 Apr 1861 Abode: 6 York Place Occupation: Townsman
Notes: Private. Certified to the Congregation Oct 25 1863 W.W. Parents’ Marriage: S. Mary's Mr 1841
Baptised by: W. Whitelegge Register: Baptisms 1853 - 1862, Page 423 Source: LDS Film 2113127 (from
Lancs OPC).
1862 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1863 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hully

1864 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1865 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1866 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1866 23 Nov - son Samuel died at 6 York Place, York St. Hulme: HULLEY Samuel son of Samuel & Sarah Hulley
aged 28 years. Notes: Consumption.
1866 27 Nov - son Samuel buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.

1867 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1867 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 Hulme Place - Samuel Hulley

1870 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1871 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1871 census
RG 11/4002 f27 MANCHESTER Hulme 6 York Place
Samuel Hulley Head M 54 Townsman Derbyshire Edensor
Sarah Hulley Wife 50 Stay Maker Cheshire Minshull
James Hulley Son 11 Scholar Lancs Hulme
John Hulley Son 9 Scholar Lancs Hulme

1872 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 263 Chester Road - Samuel Hulley

1872 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1873 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 263 Chester Road - Samuel Hulley

1873 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1874 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1875 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 4 York Place - Saml Hully

1877 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1878 11 Jun - Bury and Norwich Post - MUNDFORD - AT THE SALFORD COUNTY COURT, on Monday week (before
Mr. Russell, Q.C., Judge,) Samuel Hully, of Hulme, near Manchester, sued John Wain, administrator of
the estate and effects of John Wain, deceased, grocer and draper, of Munford, to recover £35. 15s. for
attending upon the late John Wain for 143 weeks. Plaintiff’s solicitor stated that plaintiff’s wife, at
deceased’s request, had assisted him during his wife’s illness and after her death. Deceased had
promised to pay for her services, but was killed by an accident before he had done so. Plaintiff had sent
in his claim for 143 weeks, at 5s.a week, but the administrator had repudiated it; hence the present
position. Mrs. Hully, plaintiff’s wife, said the deceased John Wain asked her to attend to his house after
his wife died, and this she did. He promised to pay her for her services, but had not, up to the time
of his death, done so, as he wished to give it her in one lump sum. In cross-examination by Mr. Nash,
barrister, who appeared for defendant, witness said the deceased had promised to leave her something
in his will. She had not made any arrangement with him as to what she was to receive. Deceased had
not left her anything in his will, and that is why she had brought this action. His Honour said that put an
end to the case. As the work was undertaken by Mrs. Hully on the promise that a legacy should be left
to her, and no legacy was left she could not convert that into an action for work done. It was, however,
rather hard on the woman, and he suggested that that she should be allowed to withdraw her case. This
was accordingly done. Lynn Advertiser.

1879 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1880 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1881 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1881 census
RG 12/3932 f. 88 6 York Pce Hulme, LAN
Samuel HULLEY Head M 64 Townsman Edensor, Derby
Sarah HULLEY Wife M 60 Stay Maker Church Minshall, Cheshire
James HULLEY Son U 21 Maker Up In Warehouse Manchester
John W. HULLEY Son U 19 Warehouseman Manchester

1882 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1883 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1884 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Gorton 27 Belle Vue Street - Samuel Hulley

1884 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1885 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Gorton 27 Belle Vue Street - Samuel Hully

1885 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 22 Patchett Street - Samuel Hulley

1885 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 6 York Place - Samuel Hulley

1886 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Gorton 27 Bellevue Street - Samuel Hulley

1886 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 22 Patchett Street - Samuel Hulley

1886 Sep qtr - died: Hulley Samuel 70 Chorlton 8c 484.

LANCASHIRE CEMETERY REGISTERS - from Ancestry
Name Samuel Hulley
Death Age 70
Occupation Towerman
Birth Date c1816
Death Date c1886
Burial Date 17 Jul 1886
Burial Place Manchester
Cemetery Southern
Cemetery Section L
Grave No. 857

1887 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Chorlton upon Medlock 47 Molyneux Street - Samuel Hulley


Sarah Walley

1821 - born at Church Minsull Cheshire - see 1861 census below.

1841 Sep qtr - married at St Mary's church Manchester: Hulley Samuel & Walley Sarah GRO ref Manchester 20 569
(LancsBMD)

1841 12 Sep - married at St Mary, Manchester, Lancashire: Samuel Hulley - Full, Porter, Bachelor, 15 Medlock St.
Sarah Walley - (X), Full, Spinster, 15 Medlock St. Groom's Father: Joseph Hulley, Gardener Bride's
Father: John Walley, Carrier Witness: Wm. Cotteril; James Royle Married by Banns by: Wm. Hall
Register: Marriages 1840 - 1842, Page 141, Entry 282 Source: LDS Family Search (from Lancs OPC)

1842 09 Oct - dau Mary Anne baptised at St Bartholomew's church, Church Minshull Cheshire: Mary Anne dau of
Samuel and Sarah Hulley Carrier, Minshull.

1844 Jun qtr - son Thomas born at Chorlton RD: Hully Thomas Chorlton 20 291 (FreeBMD).

1844 01 Sep - son Thomas baptised at St Bartholemew's church, Church Minshull Cheshire: Thomas son of
Samel and Sarah Hulley Manchester Porter.

1845 13 Apr - dau Mary Ann died at Hulme Place, York St., Hulme: HULLEY Mary Ann dau of Saml. & Sarah Hulley of
Hulme Place, York St., Hulme aged 2 years 6 months. Notes: Whooping Cough.

1845 16 Apr - dau Mary Ann buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.

1845 25 Apr - son Thomas died at Hulme Place, Hulme: HULLEY Thomas son of Samuel & Sarah Hulley aged 10
months. Notes: Whooping Cough.

1845 27 Apr - son Thomas buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.

1846 Mar qtr - dau Sarah Ellen born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Sarah Ellen Chorlton 20 331 (FreeBMD).

1846 22 Mar - dau Sarah Ellen born at 4 Hulme Place, York Street, Hulme: see baptism entry below.

1846 25 Apr - dau Sarah Ellen baptised at home: Sarah Ellen Hulley - Daughter of Samuel Hulley & Sarah Born: 22
Mar 1846 Abode: 4 Hulme Place, York St. Hulme Occupation: Porter Place of Baptism: Parent's
house Baptised by: Robt. B. Davies Register: Baptisms 1846 - 1853, Page 5, Entry 39 Source: LDS Film
2113127 (from Lancs OPC).
1846 07 Jul - dau Sarah Ellen died at Hulme: HULLEY Sarah Ellen dau of Samuel & Sarah Hulley.
aged 4 months. Notes: Inflammation.

1846 10 Jul - dau Sarah Ellen buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.

1847 13 Dec - son Samuel born at Manchester - see baptism entry below.

1848 13 Feb - son Samuel baptised at St George, Hulme, Lancashire: Samuel Hulley - Son of Samuel Hulley & Sarah
(formerly Whalley) Born: 13 Dec 1847 Abode: York Place, York St. Hulme Occupation: Porter Parents'
Marriage: St. Mary's Manchr. 1841 Baptised by: William Whitelegg Register: Baptisms 1846 - 1853,
Page 79, Entry 629 Source: LDS Film 2113127 (from Lancs OPC).

1849 19 Oct - dau Sarah Ellen born at York Place, York Street, Hulme - see baptism entry below.

1849 02 Dec - dau Sarah Ellen baptised at St George, Hulme, Lancashire, England Sarah Ellen Hulley - Daughter of
Samuel Hulley & Sarah (formerly Walley) Born: 19 Oct 1849 Abode: York Place, York St. Hulme
Occupation: Porter Parents' Marriage: St. Mary's Manchester 1841 Baptised by: William Whitelegg
Register: Baptisms 1846 - 1853, Page 150, Entry 1195 Source: LDS Film 2113127 (From Lancs OPC).

1850 Jun qtr - dau Sarah Ellen died at Chorlton RD: Hulley Sarah Ellen vol 20 p 148 (FreeBMD).

1850 - dau Sarah Ellen's Lancs BMD death entry: HULLEY Sarah Ellen 0 Hulme Manchester HUL/27/147

1851 census
HO 107/2221 f304r MANCHESTER Hulme York Place
Samuel Hully Head M 39 Piecer Lancs Kersall
Sarah Hully Wife M 30 Lancs Kersall
Samuel Hully Son U 12 Messenger boy Lancs Manchester
Job Ogden Lodger U 24 Butcher Lancs Manchester
Eliza Ogden Lodger W 24 Lancs Manchester

1851 09 Mar - son John born at York Place, York Street Hulme - see baptism entry below.

1851 Mar qtr - son John born at Chorlton RD: Hulley John Chorlton 20 257 (FreeBMD).

1851 24 Oct - son John baptised at St George, Hulme, Lancashire: John Hulley - Son of Samuel Hulley & Sarah
(formerly Whally) Born: 9 Mar 1851 Abode: 6 York Place, York St. Hulme Occupation: Porter Notes:
Certified to the congregation Dec. 28 1851. W.W. Place of Baptism: Parent's House Parents' Marriage:
St. Mary's, 1841 Baptised by: Edward Chadwick Register: Baptisms 1846 - 1853, Page 234, Entry 1867
Source: LDS Film 2113127 (from Lancs OPC).

1851 Dec qtr - son Joseph born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Joseph Chorlton 8c 581 (FreeBMD).

1853 Jun qtr - son William born at Chorlton RD: Hulley William Chorlton 8c 585 (FreeBMD).

1855 Jun qtr - son Joseph born: Hulley Joseph Chorlton 8c 581.

1855 09 May - son Joseph born at Manchester - see baptism entry below.

1855 04 Jul - son Joseph baptised at Manchester cathedral: Joseph son of Samuel & Sarah Hulley
Manchr. Townsman. Born 9 May 1855.

1857 Jun qtr - son Thomas born: Hulley Thomas Chorlton 8c 605.

1858 04 Jun - son William died at 6 York Place, York St., Hulme: HULLEY William Son of Samuel &
Sarah Hulley aged 5 years. Notes: Inflamm. In Brain.
1858 06 Jun - son William buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.

1857 Dec qtr - son Thomas born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Thomas Chorlton 8c 605 (FreeBMD).

1857 19 May - son Thomas born at Manchester - see baptismal entry below.

1858 04 Jul - son Thomas baptised at Manchester cathedral: Thomas son of Samuel and Sarah
Hulley Manchr. Townsman. Born 19 May 1857.

1859 05 Jan - son Thomas died at 6 York Place, Hulme: HULLEY Thomas son of Samuel & Sarah
Hulley aged 1 years 7 months. Notes: Scarlatina.
1859 07 Jan - son Thomas buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.

1859 Mar qtr - son Joseph died at Manchester: Hulley Joseph Chorlton 8c 419.

1859 21 Jan - son Joseph died at 6 York Place, York St., Hulme: HULLEY Joseph son of Samuel &
Sarah Hulley aged 3 years 8 months. Notes: Scarlatina.
1859 23 Jan - son Joseph buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.

1859 Sep qtr - son James born: Hulley James Chorlton 8c 616.

1859 17 Sep - son James born at Manchester - see birth entry below.

1860 17 Jun - son James baptised at Manchester cathedral: James son of Samuel & Sarah Hulley
Manchr. Townsman Born 17 Sep 1859..

1861 census
RG 9/2897 f7rev MANCHESTER Hulme 6 York Place
Samuel Hulley Head Mar 44 Townsman for a Carrier Derbyshire Edensor
Sarah Hulley Wife Mar 40 Cheshire Minshull
Samuel Hulley Son 23 Hook at a Warehouse Manchester
James Hulley Son 1 Manchester
Robert Spencer Lodger U 16 Clerk at a carriers Manchester

1861 Jun qtr - son John Whalley born at Manchester: Hulley John Walley Chorlton 8c 673. (FreeBMD).

1861 27 Apr - son John Whalley born at York Place, Hulme - see baptism entry below.

1861 16 Jun - son John Whalley baptised at St George, Hulme, Lancashire: John Whalley Hulley - [Child] of Samuel
Hulley & Sarah (formerly Whalley) Born: 27 Apr 1861 Abode: 6 York Place Occupation: Townsman
Notes: Private. Certified to the Congregation Oct 25 1863 W.W. Parents’ Marriage: S. Mary's Mr 1841
Baptised by: W. Whitelegge Register: Baptisms 1853 - 1862, Page 423 Source: LDS Film 2113127 (from
Lancs OPC).

1866 23 Nov - son Samuel died at 6 York Place, York St. Hulme: HULLEY Samuel son of Samuel &
Sarah Hulley aged 28 years. Notes: Consumption.
1866 27 Nov - son Samuel buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.

1871 census
RG 11/4002 f27 MANCHESTER Hulme 6 York Place
Samuel Hulley Head M 54 Townsman Derbyshire Edensor
Sarah Hulley Wife 50 Stay Maker Cheshire Minshull
James Hulley Son 11 Scholar Lancs Hulme
John Hulley Son 9 Scholar Lancs Hulme

1881 census
RG 12/3932 f. 88 6 York Pce Hulme, LAN
Samuel HULLEY Head M 64 Townsman Edensor, Derby
Sarah HULLEY Wife M 60 Stay Maker Church Minshall, Cheshire
James HULLEY Son U 21 Maker Up In Warehouse Manchester
John W. HULLEY Son U 19 Warehouseman Manchester

1886 Sep qtr - husband died: Hulley Samuel 70 Chorlton 8c 484.

1891 census
RG 12/3155 f56 Eccles 572 Liverpool Road
John W. Hulley Head M 29 Warehouseman Coton Grey Cloth Lancs Manchester
Mary E. Hulley Wife M 28 Lancs Manchester
William Hulley Son 3 Lancs Manchester
Sarah Hulley Mother W 74 Cheshire Church Minshull

1899 - ChesBMD death entry: HULLEY Sarah - Crewe.

1899 Sep qtr - died at Nantwich RD: Sarah Hulley 78 vol 8a PAGE 242 (FreeBMD).

LANCASHIRE CEMETERY REGISTERS - from Ancestry
Name Sarah Hulley
Death Age 78
Birth Date c1821
Death Date c1899
Burial Date 5 Sep 1899
Burial Place Manchester
Cemetery Southern
Cemetery Section L
Grave No. 807


170. Mary Ann Hulley

1842 09 Oct - baptised at St Bartholomew's church, Church Minshull Cheshire: Mary Anne dau of Samuel and Sarah
Hulley Carrier, Minshull.

1845 13 Apr - died at Hulme Place, York St., Hulme: HULLEY Mary Ann dau of Saml. & Sarah Hulley of Hulme Place, York
St., Hulme aged 2 years 6 months. Notes: Whooping Cough

1845 16 Apr - buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.


171. Thomas Hulley

1844 Jun qtr - born at Chorlton RD: Hully Thomas Chorlton 20 291 (FreeBMD).

1844 01 Sep - baptised at St Bartholemew's church, Church Minshull Cheshire: Thomas son of Samel and Sarah
Hulley Manchester Porter.

1845 25 Apr - died at Hulme Place, Hulme: HULLEY Thomas son of Samuel & Sarah Hulley aged 10
months. Notes: Whooping Cough.

1845 27 Apr - buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.


172. Sarah Ellen Hulley

1846 Mar qtr - born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Sarah Ellen Chorlton 20 331 (FreeBMD).

1846 22 Mar - born at 4 Hulme Place, York Street, Hulme: see baptism entry below.

1846 25 Apr - baptised at St George, Hulme, Lancashire: Sarah Ellen Hulley - Daughter of Samuel Hulley & Sarah Born: 22 Mar 1846 Abode: 4 Hulme Place, York St. Hulme Occupation: Porter Place of Baptism:
Parent's house Baptised by: Robt. B. Davies Register: Baptisms 1846 - 1853, Page 5, Entry 39 Source:
LDS Film 2113127 (from Lancs OPC).
1846 07 Jul - died at Hulme: HULLEY Sarah Ellen dau of Samuel & Sarah Hulley aged 4 months. Notes: Inflammation.

1846 10 Jul - buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.


173. Samuel Hulley

1847 13 Dec - born at Manchester - see baptism entry below.

1848 13 Feb - baptised at St George, Hulme, Lancashire: Samuel Hulley - Son of Samuel Hulley & Sarah (formerly
Whalley) Born: 13 Dec 1847 Abode: York Place, York St. Hulme Occupation: Porter Parents' Marriage:
St. Mary's Manchr. 1841 Baptised by: William Whitelegg Register: Baptisms 1846 - 1853, Page 79,
Entry 629 Source: LDS Film 2113127 (from Lancs OPC).
1851 census
HO 107/2221 f304r MANCHESTER Hulme York Place
Samuel Hully Head M 39 Piecer Lancs Kersall
Sarah Hully Wife M 30 Lancs Kersall
Samuel Hully Son U 12 Messenger boy Lancs Manchester
Job Ogden Lodger U 24 Butcher Lancs Manchester
Eliza Ogden Lodger W 24 Lancs Manchester

1861 census
RG 9/2897 f7rev MANCHESTER Hulme 6 York Place
Samuel Hulley Head Mar 44 Townsman for a Carrier Derbyshire Edensor
Sarah Hulley Wife Mar 40 Cheshire Minshull
Samuel Hulley Son 23 Hook at a Warehouse Manchester
James Hulley Son 1 Manchester
Robert Spencer Lodger U 16 Clerk at a carriers Manchester

1866 23 Nov - died at 6 York Place, York St. Hulme: HULLEY Samuel son of Samuel & Sarah Hulley Aged: 18 years
Notes: Consumption.
1866 27 Nov - buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.


174. Sarah Ellen Hulley

1849 19 Oct 1849 - born at York Place, York Street, Hulme - see baptism entry below.

1849 02 Dec - baptised at St George, Hulme, Lancashire, England Sarah Ellen Hulley - Daughter of Samuel Hulley &
Sarah (formerly Walley) Born: 19 Oct 1849 Abode: York Place, York St. Hulme Occupation: Porter Parents'
Marriage: St. Mary's Manchester 1841 Baptised by: William Whitelegg Register: Baptisms 1846 - 1853,
Page 150, Entry 1195 Source: LDS Film 2113127 (From Lancs OPC).

1850 Jun qtr - died at Chorlton RD: Hulley Sarah Ellen vol 20 p 148 (FreeBMD).

1850 - Lancs BMD death entry: HULLEY Sarah Ellen 0 Hulme Manchester HUL/27/147.


175. John Hulley

1851 09 Mar - born at York Place, York Street Hulme - see baptism entry below.

1851 Mar qtr - born at Chorlton RD: Hulley John Chorlton 20 257 (FreeBMD).

1851 24 Oct - baptised at St George, Hulme, Lancashire: John Hulley - Son of Samuel Hulley & Sarah (formerly Whally)
Born: 9 Mar 1851 Abode: 6 York Place, York St. Hulme Occupation: Porter Notes: Certified to the
congregation Dec. 28 1851. W.W. Place of Baptism: Parent's House Parents' Marriage: St. Mary's, 1841
Baptised by: Edward Chadwick Register: Baptisms 1846 - 1853, Page 234, Entry 1867 Source: LDS Film
2113127 (from Lancs OPC).
1859 14 Jan - died at 6 York Place, York St., Hulme: HULLEY John Son of Samuel & Sarah Hulley aged 7 years 8
months. Notes: Scarlatina.

1859 16 Jan - buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.


176. William Hulley

1853 Jun qtr - born at Chorlton RD: Hulley William Chorlton 8c 585 (FreeBMD).

1853 26 Jul - born at York Street Hulme - see baptism entry below.

1853 30 Oct - baptised at St George, Hulme, Lancashire: William Hulley - Son of Samuel Hulley & Sarah (formerly
Whalley) Born: 26 Jul 1853 Abode: 6 York St Hulme Occupation: Porter Parents Marriage: St Mary's 1841 Baptised by: Edward Chadwick Register: Baptisms 1853 - 1862, Page 25 Source: LDS Film 2113127
(from Lancs OPC).
1858 04 Jun - died at 6 York Place, York St., Hulme: HULLEY William Son of Samuel & Sarah Hulley aged 5 years. Notes:
Inflamm. In Brain.
1858 06 Jun - buried at St George's church Hulme, Manchester.


177. Joseph Hulley

1855 Jun qtr - born: Hulley Joseph Chorlton 8c 581.

1855 09 May - born at Manchester - see baptism entry below.

1855 04 Jul - baptised at Manchester cathedral: Baptism: 15 Feb 1856 St George, Hulme, Lancashire: Joseph Hulley -
[Child] of Samuel Hulley & Sarah (formerly Wooley) Born: 9 May 1855 Abode: York Place Hulme
Occupation: Porter Notes: Parent's House Parents Marriage: St. Mary’s 1841 Baptised by: E. Chadwick Register: Baptisms 1853 - 1862, Page 124 Source: LDS Film 2113127 (From Lancs OPC)

1859 Mar qtr - died at Manchester: Hulley Joseph Chorlton 8c 419.


178. Thomas Hulley

1857 Jun qtr - born: Hulley Thomas Chorlton 8c 605.

1857 19 May - born at Manchester - see birth entry below.

1858 4 Jul - baptised at Manchester cathedral: Thomas son of Samuel & Sarah Hulley Manchr.
Townsman. Born 19 May 1857.

1859 Mar qtr - died: Hulley Thomas Chorlton 8c 411.


88. John Hulley

1819 24 Jan - baptised at Edensor church: John Hulley - father Joseph Hulley mother Mary Allcard (IGI).

1840 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester Gilbury Street - Jno. Hulley

1840 - married at St John's church Manchester: HULLY John PARTINGTON Jane (LancsBMD)

1841 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester Verdon Street - Jno. Hulley

1841 cJan - daughter Mary born - see 1841 census below.

1841 census
HO 107/573 1 Manchester Market Street Ward 25 Verdon Street
John Hully 20 Cabinet maker N
Jane Hully 25 Y
Mary Hully 3m Y

1841 9 May - daughter Mary Jane baptised at Manchester Cathedral: Mary Jane dau. of Jane and Jane Hulley Manch.
Cabinet maker.

1842 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester Boundary Street - Jno. Hulley


1843 23 Jul - son John baptised at Manchester Cathedral: John son of John & Jane Hulley Strangeways Cabinet
maker.

1845 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester Morton Street - John Hulley

1846 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 12 Moreton Street - John Hulley

1847 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester Moreton Street - Jno. Hulley

1847 Jun qtr - son John died at Manchester: Hulley John Manchester 20 897.

1847 04 Apr - son John buried at St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire: John Hulley - Son of John Hulley Age: 3
years Abode: Manchester Buried by: W J Monk Register: Burials 1843 - 1861, Page 96, Entry 758
Source: LDS Film 2356233 (from Lancs OPC).

1848 - SLATER'S DIRECTORY OF MANCHESTER AND SALFORD: Hulley John, cabinet maker, 1 Chapel
place Strangeways

1849 11 Feb - son Joseph Henry baptised at Manchester Cathedral: Joseph Henry son of John & Jane Hulley Manch.
Cabinet maker.

1850 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 1 Moreton Street - Jno Hully

1850 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Cheetham Bury New Road - John Hulley

1850 09 Oct - The Manchester Guardian: ROBBERIES BY BOYS
On Monday afternoon, while Police-constable Nuttall was on duty, near the back of Broom Terrace, Bury
New Road, Strangeways, he saw a lad sitting on a wall bounding the yard of one of the houses; and
soon afterwards two other lads came up some steps, adjoining the yard. As soon as the lads saw the
officer they ran off; and he having picked up a pot of preserves, which one of them, named Yates had
dropped, pursued and captured him in Drake-street. On going back to the house, (which is occupied by
Mr. John Hulley, cabinet maker), Mrs Hulley informed the officer that had just been three silver spoons
and a pot of preserves stolen. Police-constable Simon Campion, on the same afternoon, apprehended
in a beer-house, in Tib-street, two other boys named Lowndes and Scholes, who were identified by
Nuttall, as those he had seen in company with Yates. - Yesterday morning, the prisoners were brought
up at the Borough Court, when Mr. Hulley stated that he could not swear to the writing that was on the
preserve pot; Mrs. Hulley had gone into the kitchen, and after an absence of not exceeding five minutes,
found that the robbery had been effected; from the yard wall, a person would be able to observe when
Mrs. Hulley went into the kitchen. The prisoners were committed for trial at the sessions.

1850 29 Dec - son William born at Manchester - see baptismal entry below.

1851 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Cheetham Bury New Road - Jno Hulley

1851 26 Jan - son William baptised at Manchester Cathedral: William son of John and Jane Hulley Manchr. Cabinet
maker. Born 29 Dec 1850.

1851 census
HO 107/2232 MANCHESTER Cheetham and Failsworth f154 16 Bury New Road
John Hulley Head M 32 Cabinetmaker empl. 3 men Derbys Edensor
Jane Hulley Wife M 39 Lancs Prestwich
Mary Jane Hulley Dau U 10 Lancs Manchester
William Hulley Son U 3mos Lancs Manchester
William H Prince Visitor U 22 Hatter London
Samuel Lloyd Visitor U 30 Ironmonger Wales Ellesmere
William Chatham Lodger U 40 Estate Agent Derby

1852 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Cheetham 98 Bury New Road - John Hulley

1853 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Cheetham 98 Bury New Road - John Hulley

1853 17 Jan - son Ralph born at Manchester - see previous and subsequent birth/baptismal entries.

1854 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Cheetham 98 Bury New Road - John Hulley

1854 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester Great Ducie Street - Jno. Hulley

1854 12 Apr - daughter Ellen born at Manchester - see baptismal entry below.

1854 4 Jun - daughter Ellen baptised at Manchester Cathedral: Ellen d. of John Jane Hulley Manchester Maker up.

1855 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 4 Great Ducie Street - John Hulley

1855 17 Jan - daughter Anne Jane born at Salford - see baptismal entry below.

1856 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester Great Ducie Street - John Hulley

1856 11 May - son Ralph baptised at Manchester Cathedral: Ralph son of John and Jane Hulley Salford Maker up.

1856 11 May - daughter Anne Jane baptised at Manchester Cathedral: Anne Jane dau of John and Jane Hulley
Salford Maker up.

1857 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 15 Great Ducie Street - John Hulley

1858 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 15 Great Ducie Street - John Hully

1858 28 Aug - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser. Legal Notices.
INSOLVENT DEBTORS to be heard before the Judge of the Colunty Court of Lancashire, holden at
Manchester, on Monday, the 13th day of September, 1858, at twelve o'clock at noon precisely.
JOHN HULLEY, late of No. 15 Great Ducie-street, Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, cabinet maker
and upholsterer. B. Gartside, 12, Tib -lane, Manchester.

1860 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 15 Great Ducie Street - John Hully

1861 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Cheetham 8 Briddon Street (stable) - J. Hully

1861 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Manchester 15 Great Ducie Street - John Hully

1861 05 Mar - The Manchester Guardian:FATAL CART ACCIDENT - Yesterday, an inquest was held by Mr.
Herford, city coroner, on the body of William Hulley, aged ten years, son of a cabinet-maker living in
Great Ducie-street. On Tuesday last, the deceased was driving a pony and cart along Cheetham Hill
Road, and in endeavouring to turn round a watering trough in front of the Temple Hotel, one of the wheels
caught a large stone, and the cart was thrown over. The deceased was precipitated foremost, and the
shaft of the cart struck him behind. He did not appear to be much hurt; but on surgical assistance being
obtained after his removal home, it was found that he had sustained a fracture of the skull. He died on
Saturday. the verdict was "Accidental death."

1861 06 Mar - son William buried at St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire: William Hulley - son of John Hulley Age:
10 Abode: Manchester Buried by: E. T. Billings Curate Register: Burials 1843 - 1861, Page 498, Entry
3979 Source: LDS Film 2356233 (from Lancs OPC).

1861 census
RG 9/2950 f84 Manchester 15 Gt Ducie Street
John Hulley Head Mar 42 Cabinet Maker 2 Men & 2 Boys Derby Edensor
Jane Hulley Wife Mar 49 Lancs Prestwich
Mary J Hulley Dau Un 20 Lancs Manchester
Joseph H Hulley Son 12 Lancs Manchester

1862 29 Jan - The Manchester Guardian: CHARGE OF FORGERY AGAINST A TRADESMAN
Yesterday, at the City Police Court, John Louis cabinet maker, 10, Nightingale-street, Strangeways, was
charged with having feloniously uttered a bill of exchange for £11 15s. well knowing the acceptance of
John Hulley, attached thereto, to be a forgery. The first witness was Mr. Thomas Hartshorn Jenkins clerk
to Mr. Thomas Lomas, bill discounter, 22, Oldham Road. He stated that on the 23d of October, the
prisoner brought to him the bill of exchange now produced, and wanted him to discount it. The bill bore
the name of the prisoner as the drawer, and of John Hulley as the acceptor. Hulley’s name had
originally written as the drawer, but had been struck out again, and the prisoner’s name was written
underneath the erasure. He (witness) told the prisoner that he must get another name at the back of the
bill, and then it might be discounted. The bill was handed to the prisoner, who returned some time
during the same day, having by that time got the name of “P. Anderhub”. He (witness) then gave him the
money less the usual discount. The bill was returned dishonoured on the 27th of December. From
something he (witness) subsequently heard a warrant was obtained against the prisoner, and he was
apprehended on Monday. Before giving the money to the prisoner, he (witness) asked him if the
signature was Hulley’s, and whether the bill was a trade bill or an accommodation bill. The prisoner
replied that the signature was Hulley’s and that the bill was for goods sold and delivered. In cross
examination by Mr. Storer, who appeared for the prisoner, the witness said that he had four or five
transactions with the prisoner, but only one with Hulley’s name as acceptor. The prisoner might have
come on the evening previous. to the day on which he (witness) saw him. At
the time the bill in question was presented, Mr, Lomas still held a bill discounted by the prisoner, with
Hulley’s name as acceptor. When application was made to Hulley for the money, he pronounced the
acceptance .to be a forgery. When questioned about it, the prisoner said that the bill was signed by
Hulley in the presence of his (the prisoner’s) sister-in-law. John Hulley, cabinet maker, Great Ducie
street, Strangeways, said that he had known the prisoner for about two years. One day they were talking
about trade when remarked that money was hard to get hold of. The prisoner re: marked that he might
get money handy enough, and added that he would get him £20 or £10, whenever he chose. This was
about eight or nine months ago. A short time after, the prisoner asked him if he had considered the
subject. He replied that he had, and asked the prisoner how he could get the money. The prisoner
replied 'you will accept a bill for me and I will get you the money’. À bill was drawn up and accepted by
him (Hulley), for £20. This was their first transaction. After that, they had three more. The acceptance to
the bills produced was not in his (Hulley’s) handwriting ; - and he had never authorised the prisoner or
anyone else to accept the bill for him. The first time he heard of this bill was about the 18th of December,
when he received a memorandum: telling him that the bill was about to fall due. He took the
memorandum to the prisoner, and asked him the meaning of it. The prisoner looked at the memorandum
and said that there must be some mistake. He (Hulley) did not take much notice of the affair then, as he
had received a notice previously for a bill of £17. 15s. which turned out to belong to another person.
The words “accepted, payable at the Union Bank, London, John Hulley,’ were not in his (Hulley’s)
handwriting.
By Mr Farrington, who appeared to watch the case on behalf of Mr. Hulley: I never signed any of the bills
in my shop; but I may have done so in the sitting room at the back of my shop.
By Mr Storer: - I first became acquainted with the prisoner from our being in the same trade. Of the four
bills, I accepted for the prisoner, one for £20 and another for £32, were discounted by Mr. M. Stephen; and
the other two, for £10 and £14.16s were discounted by Mr. Lomas. I did not sign that bill in the presence
of Nina Mendal, a sister-in- law of the prisoner. I received no portion of the proceeds of the bill. The capital
letter in the signature of the bill is unlike my writing.
Sergeant Bateman said that he apprehended the prisoner on the previous day, under a warrant;
charging him with uttering a forged bill of exchange. The prisoner said it was not true; the acceptance was
in Hulley’s writing and he saw him sign it.
Mr. Storer addressed the Bench, urging the improbability that the prisoner should forge for the sum of £11
15s. and utter the bill to a person who already held a bill, containing Hulley’s writing. He submitted that
signature itself, being so exactly similar to the on which Hulley acknowledged to be his, contained
evidence on the face of it that the representation made by the prisoner was the true one, and that the
signature really was that of Hulley.-
Mr. Ellison did not see how Mr. Storer could rely upon that assumption. The fact might go only go to show
that the imitation was a very good one.
Mr. Storer called Nina Mendal sister-in-law of the prisoner who stated that she remembered about two
months before Christmas Hulley coming to the prisoner’s house, and saying that he wanted money, and
asking whether the prisoner could get a bill discounted for him. The prisoner said he would try what he
could do. The next day she accompanied the prisoner to Hulley’s house, and there saw Hulley and his
daughter. Hulley asked his daughter to fetch a pen and ink, and she saw the prisoner sign the bill. He first
signed it in the wrong place. Hulley’s daughter was present and heard the conversation. Hulley used a
dresser at the bottom of the stairs to place the paper upon when he signed, Gustave Barthmann, who
worked for the prisoner, stated that, a few days before Christmas, Hulley came to the workshop and asked
the prisoner what they were to do “to meet those bills.”
Having drawn out bills for the prisoner he (witness) believed Hulley referred to the bill for £11 15s. now
stated to have been forged. -Mary Jane Hulley the daughter of the alleged acceptor, denied having seen
the prisoner or his sister-in-law at her father’s house for above 12 months. She did not recollect fetching pen
and ink for her father while the prisoner was present. No such thing ever took place.
Mr. Ellison said a Jury must determine upon the merits of the conflicting evidence e adduced; and it would
be his duty to send the prisoner for trial at the ensuing assizes.
(also in the Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser 01 Feb 1862)


1862 Mar 26 - The Manchester Guardian: A CABINET MAKER CHARGED WITH UTTERING A FORGED BILL,
IN MANCHESTER John Louis, 42, was indicted for uttering a forged bill in October last. On the 23d of
that month, the prisoner presented a bill of exchange for £11 15s. to Mr. Lomas, a bill discounter in
Manchester, with the name of “John Hulley” written on it as an endorsement. The prosecution alleged
that the name so written was a forgery. Hulley himself was put into the box, and he stated that the name
in question was not written by him, nor by his authority. Under ross-examination by Mr. Higgins, Hulley
admitted that he had frequently been mixed up with the prisoner in bill transactions, sometimes standing
as the acceptor, at others the drawer or the endorser.- A verdict of not guilty was returned, and the
prisoner was discharged.

1862 Mar 26 - Liverpool Mercury - Spring Assizes- Southern Division of Lancashire. Crown Court before Mr Justice
Willes - Charge of Uttering a Forged Bill of Exchange John Lewis (42) was charged with having, at
Manchester, on the 23rd of October last, feloniously altered a forged Bill exchange for £11 15s. Mr
Leresche prosecuted, and Mr Higgins defended. On the day in question the prisoner presented to Mr
Lomas, a bill discounter in Manchester, a bill of exchange for the amount stated, purporting to be
endorsed by a person named "John Hulley," a cabinet-maker and furniture dealer in Manchester.
Hulley was communicated with, and he stated that his name was not written by him, nor with his
authority. In cross-examination. He admitted that he had had frequent transactions with the prisoner in
accommodation bills. He was requested to write his name several times during his cross-examination,
and his lordship carefully compared the handwriting with the signature to the bill. Mr Higgins in
addressing the court for the defence, contended that the object of Hulley in repudiating the signature to
the bill was to rid himself of his liability to meet the bill.
Mina Mindbel, the sister-in-law of the prisoner was called, and she stated that she was present when
Hulley endorsed the bill, and heard him tell the prisoner to bring the money to him that evening, as he
wanted it very particularly. After Mr Lomas refused to discount the bill, saying he must have another
name, she went to Hulley’s to tell him, and he said he did not know of any other name. The jury, after a
brief consultation, returned a verdict of "not guilty”.

1862 Mar 29 - Manchester Times - South Lancashire Assizes Crown Court (before Mr Justice Willes) Charge of Uttering
a Forged Bill of Exchange. John Lewis, a 42, was arraigned on a charge of uttering a forged bill of
exchange for the amount of £11 15 shillings, on the 23rd of October last. The prisoner, it was
alleged, took the bill to Lomas, a bill discounter in Manchester, for the purpose of having its cashed,
knowing it to be forged. It appeared as the case proceeded, that Hulley, whose name at the prisoner
was charged with forging, was a cabinet maker and furniture dealer, in Manchester; and that the
prisoner was engaged in the same business, at the same place. The prisoner and Hulley had frequent
transactions in accommodation bills, which were sometimes discounted at Mr M’Steven's, and
sometimes at Mr Lucas’s, both discounters of bills in Manchester. About the time of the alleged forgery,
Hulley was in difficulties, and had frequently requested the prisoner to join him in bills, with a view of
meeting certain pressing emergencies. Witnesses were called to prove that the endorsement spoken of
was a forgery, the principal of being John Hulley. This witness was put through a very long and severe
cross-examination, and was requested to write his name in court several times. He positively swore that
the endorsement, "John Hulley," on the bill produced was not his handwriting. Mr Higgins, at the close
of the case for the prosecution, rose to address the jury on behalf of the prisoner. The learned
gentleman went through the admissions of Hulley with great care, and animadverted, with great
droitness on the conduct of a man who as he alleged was capable of swearing away the liberty and
the character of a man to save him from pecuniary liability. Mr Higgin then called several witnesses to
prove that Hulley himself attached his signature to the bill, and that he was anxious to receive a portion of
the money, which he expected to obtain from the discounter, to whom the prisoner took the bill. After the
summing up of the judge, the jury, in a moment, acquitted the prisoner.

10 May 1862 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser. MARRIAGE - DOUGLAS-HULLEY. On the 8th
inst., at St John's church, John, eldest son of Mr. Daniel Douglas, joiner and builder, to Mary Jane,
eldest daughter of Mr. John Hulley, cabinet maker, all of this city.

1865 18 Jan - The Standard - BANKRUPTS - John Hulley, Manchester, cabinetmaker, Jan 30, at 9.30: sol. Mr. Boote,
Manchester; off. Assign. Mr. Kay. (also in the Cheshire Observer etc, Hampshire Advertiser, Jan 21,
Blackburn Standard Jan 25 ,

1865 18 Jan - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser. Legal Notices - THE BANKRUPTY ACT, 1861.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF LANCASHIRE, HOLDEN AT MANCHESTER - JOHN HULLEY, lately resid-
ing at number 15, Great Ducie-street, Strangeways in the city of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster,
cabinetmaker and upholsterer, but now residing in lodgings in Rectory-lane, Prestwich, in the said
county, out of business and employment, having been adjudged bankrupt in Manchester, on the four-
teenth day of January, 1865, is hereby required to surrender himself to Mr. Samuel Kay, registrar of the
County Court of Lancashire, holden at Manchester, at the first meeting of creditors, to be held on the
thirtieth day of January, 1865, at half-past nine o'clock in the forenoon precisely, at Nicholas- croft,
Manchester aforesaid.

1865 21 Jan - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser. Bankrupts (From the London Gazette of
Tuesday, January 17.) HULLEY John late cabinetmaker Rectory-lane Prestwich Lancashire Jan 30.

1865 04 Feb - Morning Post - BANKRUPTS - LAST EXAMINATIONS - J. Hulley, Prestwich, near Manchester, cabinet
maker - Feb.28th. (also in Cheshire Observer etc Feb 11)

1865 04 Mar - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser. Legal Notices - THE BANKRUPTY ACT, 1861.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF LANCASHIRE, HOLDEN AT MANCHESTER - In the matter of JOHN
HULLEY, now of Prestwich, near Manchester, and previously of 15, Great Ducie-street, Strangeways,
Manchester aforesaid, cabinetmaker and upholsterer, adjudged bankrupt on the fourteenth day of
January, 1865. An order of discharge will be delivered to the bankrupt after the expiration of thirty days
from this date, unless an appeal be duly entered against the judgement of the court, and notice thereof
be given to the court.

1871 census
RG 10/4067 f32 PRESTWICH Prestwich Bury New Road
John Hulley Head M 52 Cabinet Maker Derbyshire Edensor
Jane Hulley Wife M 59 Cabinet Wife Lancs Prestwich
Joseph H. Hulley Son 22 Cabinet Maker Lancs Manchester

1877 11 Feb - dau Ellen married at St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire:Edward Arthur Murphy - 24, Gardener,
Bachelor, Prestwich Ellen Hulley - 22, Spinster, Prestwich Groom's Father: William Murphy, Shoemaker
Bride's Father: John Hulley, Cabinet Maker Witness: John Hulley; Alice Jane Hardman Married by
Banns by: E. P. Marriott, Curate Register: Marriages 1875 - 1877, Page 163, Entry 326 Source: LDS Film
2356229 (and 2356230) (from Lancs OPC).

1880 Mar qtr - wife died at Prestwich: Hulley Jane 68 Prestwich 8d 322.

1880 19 Mar - buried at St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire: Jane Hulley - wife of John Hulley Age: 68 years
Abode: Prestwich Buried by: Herbert Bury Curate Register: Burials 1872 - 1885, Page 179, Entry 1431 Source: LDS Film 2356234 (from Lancs OPC).

1881census
RG 11/4032 f. 34 Bury New Road Prestwich, LAN
John HULLEY Head W 62 Cabinet Maker (Master)Edensor, Derby
Joseph H. HULLEY Lodger M 31 Cabinet Maker Manchester, Lancs
Annie HULLEY Wife Lodgers M 32 Liverpool, Lancs
William Hy. HULLEY Son Lodgers 8 Scholar Prestwich, Lancs
John HULLEY Son Lodgers 7 Scholar Prestwich, Lancs
Walter Roberts HULLEY Son Lodgers 5 Scholar Prestwich, Lancs
Bertha HULLEY Daughter 1 Prestwich, Lancs

1891 census
RG 12/3271 Prestwich f40r 19 Sharpe Street
John Hulley Lodger Wdr 72 Retired cabinet maker Derbyshire Edensor

1891 Jun qtr - died at Prestwich: Hulley John 72 Prestwich 8d 436 (GRO).

1891 22 May - buried at St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire: John Hulley - Age: 72 years Abode: Sharp Street
Buried by: J. R. Pendlebury Curate Register: Burials 1885 - 1903, Page 142, Entry 1134 Source: Parish
Register (from Lancs OPC).


Jane Partington

1840 - married at St John's church Manchester: HULLY John PARTINGTON Jane
(LancsBMD)

1841 cJan - daughter Mary born - see 1841 census below.

1841 census
HO 107/573 1 Manchester Market Street Ward 25 Verdon Street
John Hully 20 Cabinet maker N
Jane Hully 25 Y
Mary Hully 3m Y

1841 9 May - daughter Mary Jane baptised at Manchester Cathedral: Mary Jane dau. of Jane and
Jane Hulley Manch. Cabinet maker.

1843 23 Jul - son John baptised at Manchester Cathedral: John son of John & Jane Hulley
Strangeways Cabinet maker.

1847 Jun qtr - son John died at Manchester: Hulley John Manchester 20 897.

1847 04 Apr - son John buried at St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire: John Hulley - Son of John Hulley Age: 3
years Abode: Manchester Buried by: W J Monk Register: Burials 1843 - 1861, Page 96, Entry 758
Source: LDS Film 2356233 (from Lancs OPC).

1849 11 Feb - son Joseph Henry baptised at Manchester Cathedral: Joseph Henry son of John &
Jane Hulley Manch. Cabinet maker.

1850 29 Dec - son William born at Manchester - see baptismal entry below.

1851 26 Jan - son William baptised at Manchester Cathedral: William son of John and Jane Hulley
Manchr. Cabinet maker. Born 29 Dec 1850.

1851 census
HO 107/2232 MANCHESTER Cheetham and Failsworth f154 16 Bury New Road
John Hulley Head M 32 Cabinetmaker empl. 3 men Derbys Edensor
Jane Hulley Wife M 39 Lancs Prestwich
Mary Jane Hulley Dau U 10 Lancs Manchester
William Hulley Son U 3mos Lancs Manchester
William H Prince Visitor U 22 Hatter London
Samuel Lloyd Visitor U 30 Ironmonger Wales Ellesmere
William Chatham Lodger U 40 Estate Agent Derby

1853 17 Jan - son Ralph born at Manchester - see previous and subsequent birth/baptismal entries.

1854 12 Apr - daughter Ellen born at Manchester - see baptismal entry below.

1854 4 Jun - daughter Ellen baptised at Manchester Cathedral: Ellen dau of John and Jane Hulley
Manchester Maker up.

1855 17 Jan - daughter Anne Jane born at Salford - see baptismal entry below.

1856 11 May - son Ralph baptised at Manchester Cathedral: Ralph son of John and Jane Hulley
Salford Maker up.

1856 11 May - daughter Anne Jane baptised at Manchester Cathedral: Anne Jane dau of John and
Jane Hulley Salford Maker up.

1861 05 Mar - The Manchester Guardian:FATAL CART ACCIDENT - Yesterday, an inquest was held by Mr.
Herford, city coroner, on the body of William Hulley, aged ten years, son of a cabinet-maker living in
Great Ducie-street. On Tuesday last, the deceased was driving a pony and cart along Cheetham Hill
Road, and in endeavouring to turn round a watering trough in front of the Temple Hotel, one of the wheels
caught a large stone, and the cart was thrown over. The deceased was precipitated foremost, and the
shaft of the cart struck him behind. He did not appear to be much hurt; but on surgical assistance being
obtained after his removal home, it was found that he had sustained a fracture of the skull. He died on
Saturday. the verdict was "Accidental death."

1861 06 Mar - son William buried at St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire: William Hulley - son of John Hulley Age:
10 Abode: Manchester Buried by: E. T. Billings Curate Register: Burials 1843 - 1861, Page 498, Entry
3979 Source: LDS Film 2356233 (from Lancs OPC).

1861 census
RG 9/2950 f84 Manchester 15 Gt Ducie Street
John Hulley Head Mar 42 Cabinet Maker 2 Men & 2 Boys Derby Edensor
Jane Hulley Wife Mar 49 Lancs Prestwich
Mary J Hulley Dau Un 20 Lancs Manchester
Joseph H Hulley Son 12 Lancs Manchester

1871 census
RG 10/4067 f32 PRESTWICH Prestwich Bury New Road
John Hulley Head M 52 Cabinet Maker Derbyshire Edensor
Jane Hulley Wife M 59 Cabinet Wife Lancs Prestwich
Joseph H. Hulley Son 22 Cabinet Maker Lancs Manchester

1877 11 Feb - dau Ellen married at St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire:Edward Arthur Murphy - 24, Gardener,
Bachelor, Prestwich Ellen Hulley - 22, Spinster, Prestwich Groom's Father: William Murphy, Shoemaker
Bride's Father: John Hulley, Cabinet Maker Witness: John Hulley; Alice Jane Hardman Married by
Banns by: E. P. Marriott, Curate Register: Marriages 1875 - 1877, Page 163, Entry 326 Source: LDS Film
2356229 (and 2356230) (from Lancs OPC).

1880 Mar qtr - died at Prestwich: Hulley Jane 68 Prestwich 8d 322.

1880 19 Mar - buried at St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire: Jane Hulley - wife of John Hulley Age: 68 years
Abode: Prestwich Buried by: Herbert Bury Curate Register: Burials 1872 - 1885, Page 179, Entry 1431 Source: LDS Film 2356234 (from Lancs OPC).
1880 Mar 20 - Manchester Times Deaths - Hulley -- On the 15th inst, aged 68 years, Jane, wife of Mr John Hulley, Bury
New Road, Prestwich.


181. Hellan Hulley

1841 cJan - born - see 1841 census below.

1841 census
HO 107/573 1 Manchester Market Street Ward 25 Verdon Street
John Hully 20 Cabinet maker N
Jane Hully 25 Y
Hellan Hully 3m Y


183. John Hulley

1843 23 Jul - baptised at Manchester Cathedral: John son of John & Jane Hulley Strangeways Cabinet
maker.

1847 Jun qtr - died at Manchester: Hulley John Manchester 20 897.

1847 04 Apr - buried at St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire: John Hulley - Son of John Hulley Age: 3 years Abode:
Manchester Buried by: W J Monk Register: Burials 1843 - 1861, Page 96, Entry 758 Source: LDS Film
2356233 (from Lancs OPC).


185. William Hulley

1850 29 Dec - born at Manchester - see baptismal entry below.

1851 26 Jan - baptised at Manchester Cathedral: William son of John and Jane Hulley Manchr. Cabinet maker. Born
29 Dec 1850.

1851 census
HO 107/2232 MANCHESTER Cheetham and Failsworth 154 16 Bury New Road
John Hulley Head M 32 Cabinetmaker empl. 3 men Derbys Edensor
Jane Hulley Wife M 39 Lancs Prestwich
Mary Jane Hulley Dau U 10 Lancs Manchester
William Hulley Son U 3mos Lancs Manchester
William H Prince Visitor U 22 Hatter London
Samuel Lloyd Visitor U 30 Ironmonger Wales Ellesmere
William Chatham Lodger U 40 Estate Agent Derby

1861 05 Mar - The Manchester Guardian:FATAL CART ACCIDENT - Yesterday, an inquest was held by Mr. Herford, city
coroner, on the body of William Hulley, aged ten years, son of a cabinet-maker living in Great Ducie-
street. On Tuesday last, the deceased was driving a pony and cart along Cheetham Hill Road, and in
endeavouring to turn round a watering trough in front of the Temple Hotel, one of the wheels caught a
large stone, and the cart was thrown over. The deceased was precipitated foremost, and the shaft of the
cart struck him behind. He did not appear to be much hurt; but on surgical assistance being obtained
after his removal home, it was found that he had sustained a fracture of the skull. He died on Saturday.
the verdict was "Accidental death."

1861 06 Mar - buried at St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Lancashire: William Hulley - son of John Hulley Age: 10 Abode: Manchester Buried by: E. T. Billings Curate Register: Burials 1843 - 1861, Page 498, Entry 3979
Source: LDS Film 2356233 (from Lancs OPC).


186. Ralph Hulley

1853 17 Jan - born at Manchester - see previous and subsequent birth/baptismal entries.

1856 11 May - baptised at Manchester Cathedral: Ralph son of John and Jane Hulley Salford Maker up.


188. Anne Jane Hulley

1855 17 Jan - born at Salford - see baptismal entry below.

1856 11 May - baptised at Manchester Cathedral: Anne Jane dau of John and Jane Hulley Salford
Maker up.


89. Benjamin Hulley

1821 19 Aug - baptised at Edensor church: Benjamin Hully - father Joseph Hully mother Mary Allcard (IGI).

1844 21 Dec - married at St Peter's church Edensor: Benjamin Hulley Full age Bachelor Labourer Edensor - father Joseph Hulley Labourer; Elizabeth x Bradbury Full age Spinster Servant Bakewell - father Joseph
Bradbury Shoemaker. Wits: William Dale, Sarah Ann x Bradbury.

1845 Dec qtr - son George Bradbury born at Bakewell RD: Hulley George Bradbury Bakewell 19 362 (GRO).

1847 09 Dec - son Benjamin Bradbury baptised at Edensor church - source lost.

1847 Dec qtr - wife died at Bakewell RD: Hulley Elizabeth Bakewell 19 289 (GRO).

1849 Dec qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley Benjamin Bakewell 19 421 (GRO).

1849 24 Dec - married at All Saints church Bakewell: Benjamin Hulley Full age Bachelor Labourer Edensor - father Joseph Hulley Labourer; Frances Bradbury Full age Spinster Bakewell - father Benjn. Bradbury
Shoemaker. Wits: John Slutt?, Sarah Bradbury.

1851 census
HO 107/2149 f313 Edensor
Benjamin Hulley Head M 29 Genl Labour Derbys Edensor
Francess Hulley Wife M 22 Derbys Bakewell
Harriett Hulley Dau 2mos Derbys Edensor
Ann Hault Head W 62 Annuitant Derbys Edensor
Sarah Hault Dau U 21 School Mistress Derbys Edensor
Louisa Hutchinson Niece U 17 Not known
Joseph Hulley Visitor 2 Lancs Manchester

1861 census
RG 9/2540 f45 Edensor
Benjamin Hulley Head Mar 39 Genl Labourer Derbys Edensor
Frances Hulley Wife Mar 32 Dressmaker Derbys Bakewell
Margaret Hulley Dau 11 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Henry Hulley Son 9 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Albert Hulley Son 7 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Florence Hulley Dau 5 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Fanny Hulley Dau 2 Derbys Edensor
Clara Hulley Dau 1 mo Derbys Edensor

1867 24 Jul - dau France Alice born -see National School Admission Registers

1871 census
RG 10/3628 f16 Edensor
Benjamin Hulley Head M 49 Labourer Derbys Edensor
Frances Hulley Wife M 42 Dress Maker Derbys Bakewell
Margaret Hulley Dau U 21 Dress Maker Derbys Bakewell
Henry Hulley Son U 19 Painter Derbys Edensor
Albert Hulley Son U 16 Labourer Derbys Edensor
Florence Hulley Dau U 15 Dressmakers Assistant Derbys Edensor
Clara Hulley Dau U 10 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Mary Jane Eliz. Hulley Dau 8 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Frances A. Hulley Dau 3 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Hannah Hodgkinson S-in-L M 48 Nurse Derbys Bakewell

1881 census
RG 11/3448 f 45 Main Road Edensor, Derby
Benjamin HULLEY Head M 59 Woodcutter (Man) Edensor, Derby
Frances HULLEY Wife M 52 Bakewell, Derby
Florence HULLEY Daur U 25 Dressmaker Edensor, Derby
Mary J. HULLEY Daur U 18 Dom Serv (Unemployed) Edensor, Derby
Frances A. HULLEY Daur 13 Edensor, Derby

1891 Mar qtr - wife died at Bakewell RD: Hulley Frances 63 Bakewell 7b 463 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/2774 f76r Edensor
Benjamin Hulley Head W 69 General Laborer Derbys Edensor
Henry Hulley Son S 39 House Painter Derbys Edensor
Mary Blanche Hulley Dau S 35 Yorks Sheffield
Alice Newnes Dau W 23 Derbys Edensor
John Wm. Hulley Grandson 5 Scholar Cheshire Rainow

1893 23 Jan - son Benjamin Bradbury married at St Stephen's church, Sheffield: Benjamin Hulley 44 Widower
Labourer Beeley, Bakewell, Derbyshire - father Benjamin Hulley Labourer. Sarah Shaw 37 Spinster 27
Albion Street - father John Shaw Farmer. Wits: Reuben Shaw Dinah Ann Bancroft.

Chatsworth House - Hulley employees
Surname: Hulley
First Name: Benjamin
Gender: Male
Date of first known recording: 1891
Date of last known recording: 1896
Location: Chatsworth
Role location: Park
Role: Labourer
First known job title: Labourer (woods)
Source(s): 1891 Park vouchers; Chatsworth 1890 Pensions Book
Notes: Paid in 1891 for Fencing in park; Received a pension of £15 12s from
24th June 1896 to 29th September 1905

1901 census
RG 13/3264 f59r Edensor
Benjamin Hulley Head W 79 Retired General Labourer Derbys Edensor
Georgiana Smith Serv S 54 Housekeeper Derbys Baslow

1905 2 Aug - died at Bakewell - see Will index entry below.

1905 22 Nov - Will index entry: Hulley Benjamin of Edensor Derbyshire labourer died 2 August 1905 at Bakewell
Derbyshire Probate Derby 22 November to Albert Hulley tramcar-driver and Clara Proctor (wife of
Thomas Proctor) Effects £55 2s.11d.


Elizabeth Bradbury

1844 21 Dec - married at St Peter's church Edensor: Benjamin Hulley Full age Bachelor Labourer Edensor - father Joseph Hulley Labourer; Elizabeth x Bradbury Full age Spinster Servant Bakewell - father Joseph
Bradbury Shoemaker. Wits: William Dale, Sarah Ann x Bradbury.

1845 Dec qtr - son George Bradbury born at Bakewell RD: Hulley George Bradbury Bakewell 19 362 (GRO).

1847 09 Dec - son Benjamin Bradbury baptised at Edensor church - source lost.

1847 Dec qtr - died at Bakewell RD: Hulley Elizabeth Bakewell 19 289 (GRO).


Frances Bradbury

1829 - born at Bakewell - see 1851 census below.

1849 24 Dec - married at All Saints church Bakewell: Benjamin Hulley Full age Bachelor Labourer Edensor - father Joseph Hulley Labourer; Frances Bradbury Full age Spinster Bakewell - father Benjn. Bradbury
Shoemaker. Wits: John Slutt?, Sarah Bradbury.

1851 census
HO 107/2149 f313 Edensor
Benjamin Hulley Head M 29 Genl Labour Derbys Edensor
Francess Hulley Wife M 22 Derbys Bakewell
Harriett Hulley Dau 2mos Derbys Edensor
Ann Hault Head W 62 Annuitant Derbys Edensor
Sarah Hault Dau U 21 School Mistress Derbys Edensor
Louisa Hutchinson Niece U 17 Not known
Joseph Hulley Visitor 2 Lancs Manchester

1861 census
RG 9/2540 f45 Edensor
Benjamin Hulley Head Mar 39 Genl Labourer Derbys Edensor
Frances Hulley Wife Mar 32 Dressmaker Derbys Bakewell
Margaret Hulley Dau 11 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Henry Hulley Son 9 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Albert Hulley Son 7 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Florence Hulley Dau 5 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Fanny Hulley Dau 2 Derbys Edensor
Clara Hulley Dau 1 mo Derbys Edensor

1867 24 Jul - dau France Alice born -see National School Admission Registers


1871 census
RG 10/3628 f16 Edensor
Benjamin Hulley Head M 49 Labourer Derbys Edensor
Frances Hulley Wife M 42 Dress Maker Derbys Bakewell
Margaret Hulley Dau U 21 Dress Maker Derbys Bakewell
Henry Hulley Son U 19 Painter Derbys Edensor
Albert Hulley Son U 16 Labourer Derbys Edensor
Florence Hulley Dau U 15 Dressmakers Assistant Derbys Edensor
Clara Hulley Dau U 10 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Mary Jane Eliz. Hulley Dau 8 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Frances A. Hulley Dau 3 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Hannah Hodgkinson S-in-L M 48 Nurse Derbys Bakewell

1881 census
RG 11/3448 f 45 Main Road Edensor, Derby
Benjamin HULLEY Head M 59 Woodcutter (Man) Edensor, Derby
Frances HULLEY Wife M 52 Bakewell, Derby
Florence HULLEY Daur U 25 Dressmaker Edensor, Derby
Mary J. HULLEY Daur U 18 Dom Serv (Unemployed) Edensor, Derby
Frances A. HULLEY Daur 13 Edensor, Derby

1891 Mar qtr - died at Bakewell RD: Hulley Frances 63 Bakewell 7b 463 (GRO).


192. Harriet Hulley

1851 28 Jan - baptised at Bakewell church: Harriet Hulley - father Benjamin mother Frances (IGI).

1851 census
HO 107/2149 f313 Edensor
Benjamin Hulley Head M 29 Genl Labour Derbys Edensor
Francess Hulley Wife M 22 Derbys Bakewell
Harriett Hulley Dau 2mos Derbys Edensor
Ann Hault Head W 62 Annuitant Derbys Edensor
Sarah Hault Dau U 21 School Mistress Derbys Edensor
Louisa Hutchinson Niece U 17 Not known
Joseph Hulley Visitor 2 Lancs Manchester

1851 Jun qtr - died at Bakewell RD: Hulley Harriet Bakewell 19 304 (GRO).

1851 23 Apr - buried at St Peter's church Edensor: Harriet Hulley Edensor Infant.


195. Florence Hulley

1856 27 Apr - baptised at Edensor - Florence Hulley - father Benjamin mother Frances (IGI).

1861 census
RG 9/2540 f45 Edensor
Benjamin Hulley Head Mar 39 Genl Labourer Derbys Edensor
Frances Hulley Wife Mar 32 Dressmaker Derbys Bakewell
Margaret Hulley Dau 11 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Henry Hulley Son 9 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Albert Hulley Son 7 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Florence Hulley Dau 5 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Fanny Hulley Dau 2 Derbys Edensor
Clara Hulley Dau 1 mo Derbys Edensor

1871 census
RG 10/3628 f16 Edensor
Benjamin Hulley Head M 49 Labourer Derbys Edensor
Frances Hulley Wife M 42 Dress Maker Derbys Bakewell
Margaret Hulley Dau U 21 Dress Maker Derbys Bakewell
Henry Hulley Son U 19 Painter Derbys Edensor
Albert Hulley Son U 16 Labourer Derbys Edensor
Florence Hulley Dau U 15 Dressmakers Assistant Derbys Edensor
Clara Hulley Dau U 10 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Mary Jane Eliz. Hulley Dau 8 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Frances A. Hulley Dau 3 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Hannah Hodgkinson S-in-L M 48 Nurse Derbys Bakewell

1881 census
RG 11/3448 f 45 Main Road Edensor, Derby
Benjamin HULLEY Head M 59 Woodcutter (Man) Edensor, Derby
Frances HULLEY Wife M 52 Bakewell, Derby
Florence HULLEY Daur U 25 Dressmaker Edensor, Derby
Mary J. HULLEY Daur U 18 Dom Serv (Unemployed) Edensor, Derby
Frances A. HULLEY Daur 13 Edensor, Derby

1881 26 Sep - married at St Peter's church Edensor: Joseph Saunderson Full age Bachelor Gardener Edensor - father
William Saunderson Hair-Dresser; Florence Hulley Full age Spinster Edensor Benjamin Hulley
Labourer. Wits: Benjamin Hulley,Clara Hulley.


Joseph Saunderson

1881 26 Sep - married at St Peter's church Edensor: Joseph Saunderson Full age Bachelor Gardener Edensor - father
William Saunderson Hair-Dresser; Florence Hulley Full age Spinster Edensor Benjamin Hulley
Labourer. Wits: Benjamin Hulley,Clara Hulley.


196. Fanny Hulley

1858 28 Dec - baptised at Edensor - Fanny Hulley - father Benjamin mother Frances (IGI).

1861 census
RG 9/2540 f45 Edensor
Benjamin Hulley Head Mar 39 Genl Labourer Derbys Edensor
Frances Hulley Wife Mar 32 Dressmaker Derbys Bakewell
Margaret Hulley Dau 11 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Henry Hulley Son 9 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Albert Hulley Son 7 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Florence Hulley Dau 5 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Fanny Hulley Dau 2 Derbys Edensor
Clara Hulley Dau 1 mo Derbys Edensor

1861 22 Apr - buried at St Peter's church Edensor: Fanny Hulley Edensor 2.


199. Frances Alice Hulley

1867 24 Jul - born -see National School Admission Registers entry below.

1867 27 Nov - baptised at Edensor - Frances Alice Hulley - father Benjamin mother Frances (IGI).

1871 census
RG 10/3628 f16 Edensor
Benjamin Hulley Head M 49 Labourer Derbys Edensor
Frances Hulley Wife M 42 Dress Maker Derbys Bakewell
Margaret Hulley Dau U 21 Dress Maker Derbys Bakewell
Henry Hulley Son U 19 Painter Derbys Edensor
Albert Hulley Son U 16 Labourer Derbys Edensor
Florence Hulley Dau U 15 Dressmakers Assistant Derbys Edensor
Clara Hulley Dau U 10 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Mary Jane Eliz. Hulley Dau 8 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Frances A. Hulley Dau 3 Scholar Derbys Edensor
Hannah Hodgkinson S-in-L M 48 Nurse Derbys Bakewell

National School Admission Registers

Name Frances Alice Hully
Birth year 1867 24 Jul
Admission year 1878 12 Aug
School name Beeley Church Of England School
Parent or guardian's name Benjamin
Place Edensor

1881 census
RG 11/3448 f 45 Main Road Edensor, Derby
Benjamin HULLEY Head M 59 Woodcutter (Man) Edensor, Derby
Frances HULLEY Wife M 52 Bakewell, Derby
Florence HULLEY Daur U 25 Dressmaker Edensor, Derby
Mary J. HULLEY Daur U 18 Dom Serv (Unemployed) Edensor, Derby
Frances A. HULLEY Daur 13 Edensor, Derby

1890 Jun qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley Frances Alice Bakewell 7b 1269 (GRO).

1890 08 Apr - married at St Peter's church Edensor: Richard Newns Full age Bachelor Groom Tapton, Chesterfield - father George Newns Carrier; Frances Alice Hulley Full age Spinster Edensor - father Benjamin Hulley
Labourer. Wits: J. Webster, Alice Newns.

1891 census
RG 12/2774 f76r Edensor
Benjamin Hulley Head W 69 General Laborer Derbys Edensor
Henry Hulley Son S 39 House Painter Derbys Edensor
Mary Blanche Hulley Dau S 35 Yorks Sheffield
Alice Newnes Dau W 23 Derbys Edensor
John Wm. Hulley Grandson 5 Scholar Cheshire Rainow


Richard Newns

1890 08 Apr - married at St Peter's church Edensor: Richard Newns Full age Bachelor Groom Tapton, Chesterfield - father George Newns Carrier; Frances Alice Hulley Full age Spinster Edensor - father Benjamin Hulley
Labourer. Wits: J. Webster, Alice Newns.


90. Eliza Hulley

1824 2 May - baptised at Edensor church: Eliza Hulley - father Joseph Hulley mother Mary Allcard
(IGI).

1851 census
HO 107/2232 MANCHESTER Cheetham and Failsworth 302r 2 Blenheim Place
Elizabeth Robinson Visitor M 38 Schoolmaster's Wife Ches Chester
Frances Robinson Visitor dau 2 Lancs Salford
Eliza Hulley Servant U 25 House servant Derbys Edensor

1861 census
RG 9/2958 f19r Manchester 21 Abbott Street
Eliza Fallass Head Wid 56 House Keeper Lancs Salford
Martha A Fallass Dau Un 24 Blind Maker Lancs Smedley
Ellen Eccles Lodger Un 24 Lancs Manchester
Eliza Hulley Lodger Un 37 Servant Derby Edensor
Charles P Hulley Lodger's son 2mos Lancs Manchester

1871 census
RG 10/xxxx Salford 6 Earl Street
David Pickup Head Mar 58 Annuitant Blue Pitts Lancashire
Elizabeth Pickup Wife Mar 62 Manchester Lancashire
Alice Handley Serv 19 Servant Pendleton Lancashire
Eliza Hulley Serv 46 Servant Chatsworth Derbyshire


200. Charles Partington Hulley

1861 Mar qtr - born at Manchester RD: Hulley Charles Partington Manchester 8d 292 (GRO).

1861 census
RG 9/2958 f19r Manchester 21 Abbott Street
Eliza Fallass Head Wid 56 House Keeper Lancs Salford
Martha A Fallass Dau Un 24 Blind Maker Lancs Smedley
Ellen Eccles Lodger Un 24 Lancs Manchester
Eliza Hulley Lodger Un 37 Servant Derby Edensor
Charles P Hulley Lodger's son 2mos Lancs Manchester


92. James Hulley

1831 - born at Edensor Derbyshire - see 1861 census below.

1851 census
HO 107/2149 f327 Pilsley
Thomas Bark Head M 61 Gardeners Lab [+ w, 1 cd] Derbys Edensor
James Hulley Lodger U 20 Ag. Lab. Derbys Pilsley

1851 04 Oct - married at St Peter's church Edensor: James Hulley 22 Bachelor Labourer Pilsley - father Joseph
Hulley Labourer; Harriet Bond 21 Spinster Pilsley - father Abraham Bond Postman. Wit. John Bark,
Martha Bond.

1854 Mar qtr - son James Bond born at Baslow - see burial entry below and IGI entry.

1855 4 Feb - son James Bond buried at St Peter's church Edensor: James Bond Hulley of Baslow aged 1 yr.

1855 4 Nov - son Abraham baptised at St Peter's church Edensor: Abraham Hulley - father James Hulley mother
Harriet Bond (IGI).

1858 10 Jan - daughter Mary baptised at St Peter's church Edensor: Mary Hulley - father James
Hulley mother Harriet Bond (IGI).

1860 26 Aug - son John baptised at St Peter's church Edensor: John Hulley - father James Hulley
mother Harriet Bond (IGI).

1861 census
RG 9/2538 f112 Baslow Bridge End
James Hulley Head Mar 30 Labourer Derby Edensor
Harriet Hulley Wife Mar 30 Derby Pilsley
Abraham Hulley Son 5 Scholar Derby Baslow
Mary Hulley Dau 3 Scholar Derby Baslow
John Hulley Son 0 Infant Derby Pilsley

1862 Dec qtr - son Samuel born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Samuel Bakewell 7b 536 (GRO).

1864 Jun qtr - son Benjamin born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Benjamin Bakewell 7b 586 (GRO).

1867 05 Jan - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - BAKEWELL POLICE .. - TRESPASSING IN PURSUIT OF GAME
- James Murphy, John Wall, and Richard Wall, of Stony Middleton, miners, were summoned by Joseph
Wainwright, gamekeeper to Colonel Leslie, for trespassing in pursuit of game, on land in the occupation
of Francis Brightmore, at Rowland, on the 23rd Dec.. Murphy did not appear. The case was proved by
James Hulley and Joseph Bacon, who said they saw the defendants beating with a dog on the afternoon
of the day named. When asked what they were doing there, John Wall said, "We want some rabbits, and
we must have some before we go back. “ Previous convictions for similar offences were proved against
each of the defendants, and they were fined five shillings each and costs; in default, seven days’
imprisonment..

1867 Jun qtr - daughter Fanny Bond born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Fanny Bond Bakewell 7b 606 (IGI).

1868 26 Dec - daughter Fanny Bond baptised at St Peter's church Edensor: Fanny Hulley - father James Hulley mother Harriet Bond (IGI).

1871 census
RG 10/3626 f21r Baslow
James Hulley Head M 41 Labourer Derbys Edensor
Harriet Hulley Wife M 41 Derbys Pilsley
Abraham Hulley Son 15 Scholar Derbys Baslow
John Hulley Son 10 Scholar Derbys Pilsley
Samuel Hulley Son 8 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Benjamin Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Fanny B. Hulley Dau 3 Scholar Derbys Baslow

1881 census
RG 11/3446 f.103 Upper End Baslow With Bubnell, Derby
James HULLEY Head M 50 General Labourer Edensor, Derby
Harriet HULLEY Wife M 50 Pilsley, Derby
John HULLEY Son U 20 General Labourer Pilsley, Derby
Fanny B. HULLEY Daur 13 Scholar Baslow, Derby
Henry HULLEY Son 8 Scholar Baslow, Derby
Sarah A. HULLEY Daur 5 Scholar Baslow, Derby

1886 08 May - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - Deaths - HULLEY - May 4th, at Baslow, James Hulley, aged 56
years.

1890 Chatsworth House - Hulley employees
Surname: Hulley
First Name: James
Gender: Male
Date of first known recording: 1890
Date of last known recording:
Location: Chatsworth
Role location: Park
Role: Labourer
First known job title: Labourer
Source(s): Chatsworth 1890 Pensions Book
Notes: Widow received a pension of £10 8s


Harriet Bond

1831 - born at Pilsley, Derbyshire - see 1881 census below.

1851 04 Oct - married at St Peter's church Edensor: James Hulley 22 Bachelor Labourer Pilsley - father Joseph
Hulley Labourer; Harriet Bond 21 Spinster Pilsley - father Abraham Bond Postman. Wit. John Bark,
Martha Bond.

1854 Mar qtr - son James Bond born at Baslow - see burial entry below and IGI entry.

1855 4 Feb - son James Bond buried at St Peter's church Edensor: James Bond Hulley of Baslow
aged 1 yr.

1855 4 Nov - son Abraham baptised at St Peter's church Edensor: Abraham Hulley - father James
Hulley mother Harriet Bond (IGI).

1858 10 Jan - daughter Mary baptised at St Peter's church Edensor: Mary Hulley - father James
Hulley mother Harriet Bond (IGI).

1860 26 Aug - son John baptised at St Peter's church Edensor: John Hulley - father James Hulley
mother Harriet Bond (IGI).

1861 census - transcribed by David Dalrymple-Smith
DERBYSHIRE Baslow 76 Bridge End
James Hulley Head Mar 30 Labourer Edensor
Harriet Hulley Wife Mar 30 Pilsley
Abraham Hulley Son 5 Scholar Baslow
Mary Hulley Dau 3 Scholar Baslow
John Hulley Son 0 Infant Pilsley

1862 Dec qtr - son Samuel born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Samuel Bakewell 7b 536 (GRO).

1864 Jun qtr - son Benjamin born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Benjamin Bakewell 7b 586 (GRO).

1867 Jun qtr - daughter Fanny Bond born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Fanny Bond Bakewell 7b 606 (IGI).

1868 26 Dec - daughter Fanny Bond baptised at St Peter's church Edensor: Fanny Hulley - father
James Hulley mother Harriet Bond (IGI).

1871 census
RG 10/3626 f21r Baslow
James Hulley Head M 41 Labourer Derbys Edensor
Harriet Hulley Wife M 41 Derbys Pilsley
Abraham Hulley Son 15 Scholar Derbys Baslow
John Hulley Son 10 Scholar Derbys Pilsley
Samuel Hulley Son 8 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Benjamin Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Fanny B. Hulley Dau 3 Scholar Derbys Baslow

1873 Jun qtr - son Henry baptised at Bakewell RD: Hulley Henry Bakewell 7b 666 (IGI).

1876 6 Feb - daughter Sarah Ann baptised at Baslow church - source lost.

1881 census
RG 11/3446 f.103 Upper End Baslow With Bubnell, Derby
James HULLEY Head M 50 General Labourer Edensor, Derby
Harriet HULLEY Wife M 50 Pilsley, Derby
John HULLEY Son U 20 General Labourer Pilsley, Derby
Fanny B. HULLEY Daur 13 Scholar Baslow, Derby
Henry HULLEY Son 8 Scholar Baslow, Derby
Sarah A. HULLEY Daur 5 Scholar Baslow, Derby

1891 census
RG 12/2773 f91 Baslow Upper End
Harriet Hulley Head W 60 Derbys Pilsley
Fanny Hulley Dau S 23 Cook Domestic Serv. Derbys Baslow
Henry Hulley Son S 18 Gardener Domestic Serv Derbys Baslow

1901 census
RG 13/3262 f74r Baslow
Harriet Hulley Head W 70 Derbys Pilsley
Horace Fletcher S-in-L M 29 General Labourer Derbys Calver
Sarah A. Fletcher Dau M 25 Derbys Baslow
Lilly Fletcher G-dau S 8 Derbys Baslow
Wiilie Fletcher G-son S 6 Derbys Baslow
Ida Fletcher G-dau S 4 Derbys Baslow


201. George Bond Hulley

1854 Mar qtr - born at Baslow - see burial entry below and IGI entry.

1855 4 Feb - buried at St Peter's church Edensor: James Bond Hulley of Baslow aged 1 yr.


207. Fanny Bond Hulley

1867 Jun qtr - born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Fanny Bond Bakewell 7b 606 (IGI).

1868 26 Dec - baptised at Edensor church: Fanny Hulley - father James Hulley mother Harriet Bond
(IGI).

1871 census
RG 10/3626 f21r Baslow
James Hulley Head M 41 Labourer Derbys Edensor
Harriet Hulley Wife M 41 Derbys Pilsley
Abraham Hulley Son 15 Scholar Derbys Baslow
John Hulley Son 10 Scholar Derbys Pilsley
Samuel Hulley Son 8 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Benjamin Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Fanny B.Hulley Dau 3 Scholar Derbys Baslow

1881 census
RG 11/3446 f.103 Upper End Baslow With Bubnell, Derby
James HULLEY Head M 50 General Labourer Edensor, Derby
Harriet HULLEY Wife M 50 Pilsley, Derby
John HULLEY Son U 20 General Labourer Pilsley, Derby
Fanny B. HULLEY Daur 13 Scholar Baslow, Derby
Henry HULLEY Son 8 Scholar Baslow, Derby
Sarah A. HULLEY Daur 5 Scholar Baslow, Derby

1891 census
RG 12/2773 f91 Baslow Upper End
Harriet Hulley Head W 60 Derbys Pilsley
Fanny Hulley Dau S 23 Cook Domestic Serv. Derbys Baslow
Henry Hulley Son S 18 Gardener Domestic Serv Derbys Baslow

1895 Mar qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley Fanny Bond Bakewell 7b 917 (GRO).

1901 census
RG 13/3263 f66 Arrock Ashford
William Greenhalgh Head M 56 General Labourer Pilsley Derbys
Fanny Bond Greenhalgh Wife M 33 Baslow Derbys
Emily Greenhalgh Dau 6 Ashford Derbys
Harriet Greenhalgh Dau 4 Ashford Derbys
Zelphy Greenhalgh Dau 1 Ashford Derbys


William Greenhalgh

1845 - born at Pilsley - see 1901 census below.

1895 Mar qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley Fanny Bond Bakewell 7b 917 (GRO).

1901 census
RG 13/3263 f66 Arrock Ashford
William Greenhalgh Head M 56 General Labourer Pilsley Derbys
Fanny Bond Greenhalgh Wife M 33 Baslow Derbys
Emily Greenhalgh Dau 6 Ashford Derbys
Harriet Greenhalgh Dau 4 Ashford Derbys
Zelphy Greenhalgh Dau 1 Ashford Derbys


96. William Robinson Hulley

1827 - born at Pilsley, Derbyshire - see 1861 census below.

1827 25 Mar - baptised at St Peter's church Edensor: William Robinson Hulley - father William
mother Sarah Robinson (IGI).

1841 census
HO 107/184/8 f7 Edensor Pilsley
William Hulley 49 Lab Y
Sarah Hulley 45 N
Jonathan Hulley 21 Lab Y
William Hulley 14 Y

1853 Sep qtr - married at Sheffield RD: Hulley William Robinson Sheffield 9c 620 (FreeBMD).

1853 18 Aug - married at St Peter and St Paul Cathedral Sheffield: William Robinson Hulley 26 Bachelor Joiner
Orchard St. - father William Hulley Labourer; Jane Cowen 23 Spinster Orchard st. - father Robert Cowen
Mason. WIts: James Cowen Amanda Cowen.

1856 28 Dec - daughter Blanche baptised at Edensor church: Blanche father William Robinson Hulley mother Jane
(IGI).

1858 30 Jan - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - Funerall of the Duke of Devonshire - incl. in Procession Mutes -
W. Hulley, Jun. and W. Hulley, Sen.

1859 14 Aug - son Jonathan Robert baptised at Edensor church: Jonathan Robert father William Robinson Hulley
mother Jane (IGI).

1861 census
RG 9/2540 f55 Pilsley
Wm R Hulley Head Mar 34 Grocer and Carpenter Derbys Pilsley
Jane Hulley Wife Mar 29 Carpenter Wife Derbys Pilsley
Blanch Hulley Dau 4 Scholar Derbys Pilsley
Jonathan R Hulley Son 1 Derbys Pilsley

1866 28 Jun - daughter Grace baptised at Edensor church: Grace father William Robinson Hulley mother Jane (IGI).

1871 census
RG 10/3621 f31Pilsley
William R. Hulley Head M 44 Grocer Derbys Pilsley
Jane Hulley Wife M 40 Derbys Pilsley
Blanche Hulley Dau 14 Derbys Pilsley
Jonathan Hulley Son 11 Scholar Derbys Pilsley
Grace Hulley Dau 4 Derbys Pilsley
Sarah Hulley Mther W 79 Annuitant Notts Eakring

1881 census
RG 11/3448 f. 57 Rd Pilsley, Derby
William R. HULLEY Head M 54 Grocer Pilsley, Derby
Jane HULLEY Wife M 50 Pilsley, Derby
Blanche HULLEY Daur U 24 Pilsley, Derby
Grace HULLEY Daur 14 Pilsley, Derby
Blanche J. FINDLEY Niece 2 Fallowfield, Lancs

1884 Oct 8 - Derby Mercury Bakewell Farmers Club - Annual Show - Cattle: Cottagers prize: milk cow shown by a
cottager, holding not more than six acres of land: reserve - William R. Hulley, Pilsley, short horned heifer,
three years old.

1887 Mar qtr - daughter Blanche died at Bakewell RD: Hulley Blanche 30 Bakewell 7b 429 (GRO).

1890 Chatsworth House - Hulley employees
Surname: Hulley
First Name: W R (William Robert)
Gender: Male
Date of first known recording: 1890
Date of last known recording:
Location: Chatsworth
Role location: Housekeeping
Role:
First known job title: House Servant
Source(s): Chatsworth 1890 Pensions Book
Notes: Received a pension of £46 16s from 27th December 1890 to 24th March
1894.Widow received a pension of £10 8s from 25th March 1894 to 25th
March 1907 (she died 15th March 1907)

1891 census
RG 12/2774 f87r Pilsley
William R. Hulley Head M 64 Grocer Derbys Pilsley
Jane Hulley Wife M 60 Derbys Pilsley
Grace Hulley Dau S 24 Infant School Mistress Derbys Pilsley
Blanche J. Findley Niece 12 Scholar Lancs Manchester

1894 2 Mar - died at Pilsley - Will index: HULLEY William Robinson Effects £137 Of Pilsley near Bakewell, Derbyshire
Grocer died 2 Mar 1894, Administration Derby 3 Apr to Jane Hulley Widow.


Jane Cowen

1831 - born at Pilsley - see 1861 census below.

1853 Sep qtr - married at Sheffield RD: Cowen Jane Sheffield 9c 620 (FreeBMD).

1853 18 Aug - married at St Peter and St Paul Cathedral Sheffield: William Robinson Hulley 26 Bachelor Joiner
Orchard St. - father William Hulley Labourer; Jane Cowen 23 Spinster Orchard st. - father Robert Cowen
Mason. WIts: James Cowen Amanda Cowen.

1856 28 Dec - daughter Blanche baptised at Edensor church: Blanche father William Robinson
Hulley mother Jane (IGI).

1859 14 Aug - son Jonathan Robert baptised at Edensor church: Jonathan Robert father William
Robinson Hulley mother Jane (IGI).

1861 census
RG 9/2540 f55 Pilsley
Wm R Hulley Head Mar 34 Grocer and Carpenter Derbys Pilsley
Jane Hulley Wife Mar 29 Carpenter Wife Derbys Pilsley
Blanch Hulley Dau 4 Scholar Derbys Pilsley
Jonathan R Hulley Son 1 Derbys Pilsley

1866 28 Jun - daughter Grace baptised at Edensor church: Grace father William Robinson Hulley
mother Jane (IGI).

1871 census
RG 10/3621 f31Pilsley
William R. Hulley Head M 44 Grocer Derbys Pilsley
Jane Hulley Wife M 40 Derbys Pilsley
Blanche Hulley Dau 14 Derbys Pilsley
Jonathan Hulley Son 11 Scholar Derbys Pilsley
Grace Hulley Dau 4 Derbys Pilsley
Sarah Hulley Mther W 79 Annuitant Notts Eakring

1881 census
RG 11/3448 f. 57 Rd Pilsley, Derby
William R. HULLEY Head M 54 Grocer Pilsley, Derby
Jane HULLEY Wife M 50 Pilsley, Derby
Blanche HULLEY Daur U 24 Pilsley, Derby
Grace HULLEY Daur 14 Pilsley, Derby
Blanche J. FINDLEY Niece 2 Fallowfield, Lancs

1887 Mar qtr - daughter Blanche died at Bakewell RD: Hulley Blanche 30 Bakewell 7b 429 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/2774 f87r Pilsley
William R. Hulley Head M 64 Grocer Derbys Pilsley
Jane Hulley Wife M 60 Derbys Pilsley
Grace Hulley Dau S 24 Infant School Mistress Derbys Pilsley
Blanche J. Findley Niece 12 Scholar Lancs Manchester

1894 2 Mar - died at Pilsley - Will index: HULLEY William Robinson Effects £137 Of Pilsley near
Bakewell, Derbyshire Grocer died 2 Mar 1894, Administration Derby 3 Apr to Jane
Hulley Widow.

1901 census
RG 13/3264 f68 Pilsley
Jane Hulley Head W 70 Living On Own Means Derbys Pilsley
Grace Hulley Dau S 34 Schoolmistress Derbys Pilsley
George W.J. Farquarson Brdr S 29 Baker Bread Maker Kent Sevenoaks

1907 15 Mar - died - see Chatsworth House records below.

1890 Chatsworth House - Hulley employees
Surname: Hulley
First Name: W R (William Robert)
Gender: Male
Date of first known recording: 1890
Date of last known recording:
Location: Chatsworth
Role location: Housekeeping
Role:
First known job title: House Servant
Source(s): Chatsworth 1890 Pensions Book
Notes: Received a pension of £46 16s from 27th December 1890 to 24th March
1894.Widow received a pension of £10 8s from 25th March 1894 to 25th
March 1907 (she died 15th March 1907)


210. Blanche Hulley

1856 28 Dec - baptised at Edensor church: Blanche father William Robinson Hulley mother Jane (IGI).

1861 census
RG 9/2540 f55 Pilsley
Wm R Hulley Head Mar 34 Grocer and Carpenter Derbys Pilsley
Jane Hulley Wife Mar 29 Carpenter Wife Derbys Pilsley
Blanch Hulley Dau 4 Scholar Derbys Pilsley
Jonathan R Hulley Son 1 Derbys Pilsley

1871 census
RG 10/3621 f31Pilsley
William R. Hulley Head M 44 Grocer Derbys Pilsley
Jane Hulley Wife M 40 Derbys Pilsley
Blanche Hulley Dau 14 Derbys Pilsley
Jonathan Hulley Son 11 Scholar Derbys Pilsley
Grace Hulley Dau 4 Derbys Pilsley
Sarah Hulley Mther W 79 Annuitant Notts Eakring

1881 census
RG 11/3448 f. 57 Rd Pilsley, Derby
William R. HULLEY Head M 54 Grocer Pilsley, Derby
Jane HULLEY Wife M 50 Pilsley, Derby
Blanche HULLEY Daur U 24 Pilsley, Derby
Grace HULLEY Daur 14 Pilsley, Derby
Blanche J. FINDLEY Niece 2 Fallowfield, Lancs

1887 Mar qtr - died at Bakewell RD: Hulley Blanche 30 Bakewell 7b 429 (GRO).


211. Jonathan Robert Hulley

1859 14 Aug - baptised at Edensor church: Jonathan Robert father William Robinson Hulley mother
Jane (IGI).

1861 census
RG 9/2540 f55 Pilsley
Wm R Hulley Head Mar 34 Grocer and Carpenter Derbys Pilsley
Jane Hulley Wife Mar 29 Carpenter Wife Derbys Pilsley
Blanch Hulley Dau 4 Scholar Derbys Pilsley
Jonathan R Hulley Son 1 Derbys Pilsley

1871 census
RG 10/3621 f31Pilsley
William R. Hulley Head M 44 Grocer Derbys Pilsley
Jane Hulley Wife M 40 Derbys Pilsley
Blanche Hulley Dau 14 Derbys Pilsley
Jonathan Hulley Son 11 Scholar Derbys Pilsley
Grace Hulley Dau 4 Derbys Pilsley
Sarah Hulley Mther W 79 Annuitant Notts Eakring

1891 census
RG 12/1313 f89r West Ham 5 Forest Lane
Jonathan R. Hulley Asst. S 31 Drapers CC Clerk Derbys Pilsley

1901 census
RG 13/1592 f102 West Ham 14-23 Forest Lane
Jonathan Hulley Boarder S 41 Accountant CC Pilsley Derbys

1922 - Probate Index entry:
Hulley Jonathan Robert of 84 Broadway Stratford Essex died 17 November 1921
Administration London 13 January to Grace Eyre (wife of Thomas Henry Eyre)
Effects £331 16s 11d.


212. Grace Hulley

1866 28 Jun - baptised at Edensor church: Grace father William Robinson Hulley mother Jane (IGI).

1871 census
RG 10/3621 f31Pilsley
William R. Hulley Head M 44 Grocer Derbys Pilsley
Jane Hulley Wife M 40 Derbys Pilsley
Blanche Hulley Dau 14 Derbys Pilsley
Jonathan Hulley Son 11 Scholar Derbys Pilsley
Grace Hulley Dau 4 Derbys Pilsley
Sarah Hulley Mther W 79 Annuitant Notts Eakring

1881 census
RG 11/3448 f. 57 Rd Pilsley, Derby
William R. HULLEY Head M 54 Grocer Pilsley, Derby
Jane HULLEY Wife M 50 Pilsley, Derby
Blanche HULLEY Daur U 24 Pilsley, Derby
Grace HULLEY Daur 14 Pilsley, Derby
Blanche J. FINDLEY Niece 2 Fallowfield, Lancs

1891 census
RG 12/2774 f87r Pilsley
William R. Hulley Head M 64 Grocer Derbys Pilsley
Jane Hulley Wife M 60 Derbys Pilsley
Grace Hulley Dau S 24 Infant School Mistress Derbys Pilsley
Blanche J. Findley Niece 12 Scholar Lancs Manchester

1901 census
RG 13/3264 f68 Pilsley DBY Pilsley
Jane Hulley Head Wid 70 Living On Own Means Derbys Pilsley
Grace Hulley Dau S 34 Schoolmistress Derbys Pilsley
George W.J. Farquarson Boarder S 29 Baker Bread Maker Kent Sevenoaks

1911 census
Bakewell RD 439; Bakewell SRD, ED 21 Pilsley, Bakewell
Grace Hulley Head 44 S Infant School Mistress (Asst) Pilsley Derbys
Mary Ann Cowen * Aunt 77 S Retired Sewing Maid Pilsley Derbys
George Ernest Holmes-Wager Brder 32 S Motor Mechanic Pilsley Derbys
(no relation)

* Listed on Chatsworth Servants Database: Surnames A - H

1912 Chatsworth House - Hulley employees
Surname: Hulley
First Name: Grace
Gender: Female
Date of first known recording: 1912
Date of last known recording: 1913
Location: Chatsworth
Role location:
Role:
First known job title: Schoolmistress
Source(s): Register of Employess 1912-1913
Notes:

1914 14 Apr - married at St Peter's church Edensor: Thomas Henry Eyre Full age Bachelor Farmer Pilsley - father
Henry Eyre Farmer; Grace Hulley Full age Spinster Infant School Mistress at Edensor Pilsley - father
William Hulley Joiner. Wits: William John Dean, Jonathan Robert Hulley.


Thomas Henry Eyre

1914 14 Apr - married at St Peter's church Edensor: Thomas Henry Eyre Full age Bachelor Farmer Pilsley - father
Henry Eyre Farmer; Grace Hulley Full age Spinster Infant School Mistress at Edensor Pilsley - father
William Hulley Joiner. Wits: William John Dean, Jonathan Robert Hulley.


98. William Hulley

c1832 - born

c1857 - dau Rosina born at Cottage Place Chelsea.

1858 18 Jan - dau Rosina baptised at St Alfege's church Greenwich: Rosina d. of William & Margaret
Hulley Cottage Place - Gardener.


Margaret ......

c1857 - dau Rosina born at Cottage Place Chelsea.

1858 18 Jan - dau Rosina baptised at St Alfege's church Greenwich: Rosina d. of William & Margaret
Hulley Cottage Place - Gardener.


213. Rosina Hulley

c1857 - born at Cottage Place Chelsea.

1858 18 Jan - baptised at St Alfege's church Greenwich: Rosina d. of William & Margaret Hulley Cottage
Place - Gardener.


100. William Hulley

1801 22 Jan - baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: William son of George Hulley of Baslow.

1826 - Banns published 5th Mar 1826, 12th do, 19th do. 1826

1826 20 Mar - married at All Saints' church Baslow
Wiliam Hulley of this Parish Bachelor and Grace Gregory also of this Parish Spinster
were married in this Chapel by Banns with Consent of
this Twentieth Day of March in the Year One thousand eight hundred and Twenty six
By me Solomon Cadman Pastor, Curate of Derby
This Marriage was solemnized between us } The mark x of William Hulley
} The mark x of Grace Gregory
In the Presence of { Bartholemew Shaw X Mark of Esther Hulley
{ John Gregory

1826 30 Apr - son Joseph baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Joseph son of William & Grace Hulley of Corbar weaver.

1830 30 Sep - dau Hannah baptised at St Peter's church Old Brampton: Hannah dau of William & Grace Hulley (IGI).

1841 census
HO 107/193/17 f34r Brampton
William Hulley 35 Ag Lab Y
Grace Hulley 35 Y
Hannah Hulley 10 Y
Emily Hulley 7 Y

1851 census
HO 107/2147 f932 Brampton Hemingreen
William Hulley Head M 55 Agricultural Labourer Derbys Baslow
Grace Hulley Wife M 46 Derbys Baslow

1852 05 Nov - wife buried at St Peter and St Paul's Church Old Brampton: Grace Hulley Brampton 43.

1853 09 Jan - buried at St Peter and St Paul's Church Old Brampton: William Hulley Brampton 52.


Grace Gregory

1805 - born at Baslow - see 1851 census below.

1826 - Banns published 5th Mar 1826, 12th do, 19th do. 1826

1826 20 Mar - married at All Saints' church Baslow
Wiliam Hulley of this Parish Bachelor and Grace Gregory also of this Parish Spinster
were married in this Chapel by Banns with Consent of
this Twentieth Day of March in the Year One thousand eight hundred and Twenty six
By me Solomon Cadman Pastor, Curate of Derby
This Marriage was solemnized between us } The mark x of William Hulley
} The mark x of Grace Gregory
In the Presence of { Bartholemew Shaw X Mark of Esther Hulley
{ John Gregory

1826 30 Apr - son Joseph baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Joseph son of William & Grace Hulley
of Corbar weaver.

1830 30 Sep - dau Hannah baptised at St Peter's church Old Brampton: Hannah dau of William &
Grace Hulley (IGI).

1841 census
HO 107/193/17 f34r Brampton
William Hulley 35 Ag Lab Y
Grace Hulley 35 Y
Hannah Hulley 10 Y
Emily Hulley 7 Y

1851 census
HO 107/2147 f932 Brampton Hemingreen
William Hulley Head M 55 Agricultural Labourer Derbys Baslow
Grace Hulley Wife M 46 Derbys Baslow

1852 05 Nov - buried at St Peter and St Paul's Church Old Brampton: Grace Hulley Brampton 43.


214. Joseph Hulley

1826 30 Apr - baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Joseph son of William & Grace Hulley of Corbar
weaver.

1841 census
HO 107/194/10 f10r Walton Park Hall
Margaret Clay 80 Agriculturist (+ 4 chn) Y
Jos.h Ulley 15 M.S. (+ 3 servs) Y

1851 census
HO 107/2147 f630r Newbold Dunston
William Luke Lancaster Head M 32 Farmer of 100 acres + W, 1 child Derbys Brampton
Joseph Hulley Serv U 23 Ag Lab Derbys Brampton

1856 Jun qtr - married at Chesterfield RD: Hulley Joseph Chesterfield 7b 729 (GRO).

1856 02 Apr - married at St Mary and All Saints church Chesterfield: Joseph Hulley 28 Bachelor Labourer Hasland -
father William Hulley Labourer; Mary Mycroft 21 Spinster Chesterfield - father Joseph Mycroft
Labourer. Wits: John Simpson, Hannah x Smedley.

1861 census
RG 9/2531 f13r Harland Buckill Terrace
Joseph Hulley Head M 33 Ag Labourer Derbys Baslow
Mary Ann Hulley Wife M 25 Notts Oxton

1871 census
RG 10/3613 f45r Chesterfield 1 Grassmoor
Joseph Hulley Head M 41 Agricultural Labourer Derbys Baslow
Mary Hulley Wife M 35 Notts Oxton

1881 census
RG 11/3435 f35 Chesterfield Rd Hasland
Joseph Hulley Head M 51 Colliery Labourer Baslow, Derby
Mary Hulley Wife M 45 Oxton, Notts

1885 Jun qtr - wife died at Chesterfield RD: Hulley Mary 49 Chesterfield 7b 375 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/2763 f143r Hasland New St Grassmoor
Robert Platts Head M 39 Carpenter (with wife + 1 child) Derbys Hasland
Joseph Hulley Ldger W 62 Coliery labourer coal Derbys Baslow

1900 15 Sep - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - DEATHS - HULLEY - Sept. 7th, at Chesterfield Workhouse,
Joseph Hulley, aged 74 years.


Mary Ann Mycroft

1838 Mar qtr - born at Sheffield RD: Mycroft Mary Ann Sheffield 22 469 (GRO).

1838 -- born at Oxton, Notts - see 1861 census below.

1856 Jun qtr - married at Chesterfield RD: Mycroft Mary Chesterfield 7b 729 (GRO).

1856 02 Apr - married at St Mary and All Saints church Chesterfield: Joseph Hulley 28 Bachelor Labourer Hasland -
father William Hulley Labourer; Mary Mycroft 21 Spinster Chesterfield - father Joseph Mycroft
Labourer. Wits: John Simpson, Hannah x Smedley.

1861 census
RG 9/2531 f13r Harland Buckill Terrace
Joseph Hulley Head M 33 Ag Labourer Derbys Baslow
Mary Ann Hulley Wife M 25 Notts Oxton

1871 census
RG 10/3613 f45r Chesterfield 1 Grassmoor
Joseph Hulley Head M 41 Agricultural Labourer Derbys Baslow
Mary Hulley Wife M 35 Notts Oxton

1881 census
RG 11/3435 f35 Chesterfield Rd Hasland
Joseph Hulley Head M 51 Colliery Labourer Baslow, Derby
Mary Hulley Wife M 45 Oxton, Notts

1885 Jun qtr - died at Chesterfield RD: Hulley Mary 49 Chesterfield 7b 375 (GRO).


215. Hannah Hulley

1830 30 Sep - baptised at St Peter's church Old Brampton: Hannah dau of William & Grace Hulley (IGI).

1841 census
HO 107/193/17 f34r Brampton
William Hulley 35 Ag Lab Y
Grace Hulley 35 Y
Hannah Hulley 10 Y
Emily Hulley 7 Y

1851 census
HO 107/2147 f932 Brampton Hemingreen
George Arthur Head U 42 Carpenter Mater emp 1 man with land 5 acres Derbys Brampton
Hannah Hulley Serv U 20 House Servant Derbys Brampton

1861 census
RG 9/2532 f36 Brampton
George Arthur Head Unmar 52 Carpenter Master Derbys Brampton
Hannah Hulley Servant Unmar 30 House servant Derbys Brampton

1865 04 Sep - married at St Peter and St Paul's Church Old Brampton: William Needham - Full age Bachelor Iron
Miner Brampton - father William Needham Labourer; Hannah Hulley Full age Spinster Brampton -
father - William Hulley Labourer. Wits: William x Mason, Hannah Elizabeth Brailsford.

1871 census
RG 10/3614 f116 Brampton
William Needham Head M 40 Agricultural Labourer Derbys Brampton
Hannah Needham Wife M 38 Derbys Brampton


William Needham

1831 - born at Brampton - see 1871 census below.

1865 04 Sep - married at St Peter and St Paul's Church Old Brampton: William Needham - Full age Bachelor Iron
Miner Brampton - father William Needham Labourer; Hannah Hulley Full age Spinster Brampton -
father - William Hulley Labourer. Wits: William x Mason, Hannah Elizabeth Brailsford.

1871 census
RG 10/3614 f116 Brampton
William Needham Head M 40 Agricultural Labourer Derbys Brampton
Hannah Needham Wife M 38 Derbys Brampton


216. Emily Hulley

1834 - born in Derbyshire - see 1841 census below.

1841 census
HO 107/193/17 f34r Brampton
William Hulley 35 Ag Lab Y
Grace Hulley 35 Y
Hannah Hulley 10 Y
Emily Hulley 7 Y


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