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

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102. George Hulley

1806 20 Oct - baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: George son of George & Hannah Hulley of Baslow.

1821 Chatsworth House - Hulley employees
Surname: Hulley
First Name: George
Gender: Male
Date of first known recording: 1821
Date of last known recording:
Location: Chatsworth
Role location: Multiple
Role: Labourer
First known job title: Labourer
Source(s): 6th Duke's Building Accounts
Notes: Worked on the building of the North wing and other works, 1820-1842.

1827 29 Oct - married at All Saints' church Baslow:
George Hulley and Elizabeth Stevenson both of Baslow of this Parish
were married in this Church by Banns with Consent of
this twentyninth Day of October in the Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty seven
By me John Browne Offg. Minister
This Marriage was solemnized between us } George X Hulley
} Elizabeth her x mark Stevenson
In the Presence of { William Hernshaw
{ William Stevenson
Ralph Bradbury

1828 - son John born - see 1841 census below.

1830 27 Jun - son Joseph baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Joseph son of George & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow
labourer.

1832 10 Jun - son George baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: George son of George & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow
labourer.

1834 10 Aug - daughter Elizabeth baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Elizabeth dau. of George & Elizabeth Hulley of
Baslow labourer.

1839 - son William born at Baslow - see William's marriage certificate.

1840 - daughter Ann (Hannah) born - see 1841 census below.

1841 census
HO 183/3 f11 Bakewell Baslow
George Hulley 30 Ag L Y
Charlotte Hulley 35 Y
John Hulley 13 Y
Joseph Hulley 11 Y
George Hulley 8 Y
Elizabeth Hulley 6 Y
William Hulley 4 Y
Ann Hulley 1 Y

Note: the Charlotte entry above is probably an Enumerator error. All children born before and after the 1841
census has Elizabeth as their mother and the 1851, 1861 and 1871 censuses show Elizabeth as the wife to
George Hulley.

1842 29 Jun - son Aaron baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Aaron son of George & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow
labourer.

1846 13 Jan - daughter Hannah (Ann) buried at St Ann's church Baslow: Hannah Hulley of Baslow 7 years.

1847 23 Sep - son Samuel baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Samuel son of George & Elizabeth
Hulley.

1849 - son Henry born at Baslow - see 1881 census.

1851 census
HO 107/2149 f289 DERBYSHIRE Baslow
George Hulley Head M 45 Labourer & Thatcher Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 45 Wife Derbys Ollensby
Elizabeth (Jnr) Hulley Dau U 16 at Home Derbys Baslow
William Hulley Son U 14 Ag labourer Derbys Baslow
Aaron Hulley Son 8 at Home Derbys Baslow
Samuel Hulley Son 3 at Home Derbys Baslow
Henry Hulley Son 1 at Home Derbys Baslow

1856 Chatsworth House - Hulley employees
Surname: Hulley
First Name: George
Gender: Male
Date of first known recording: 1856
Date of last known recording:
Location: Chatsworth
Role location: Multiple
Role: Labourer
First known job title: Labourer
Source(s): C/20: Estate accounts 1855-1856
Notes: Paid in 1856 for thatching roofs, repairs in Monsal Dale, getting and
breaking limstone

1861 census
RG 9/2538 f115r Baslow Upper End
George Hulley Head Mar 54 Ag Labourer Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Wife Mar 54 Darley
Elizabeth Hulley Dau Unmar 25 At home Baslow
William Hulley Son Unmar 23 Ag Labourer Baslow
Samuel Hulley Son Unmar 13 Father's Assistant Baslow
Henry Hulley Son 11 Scholar Baslow

1871 census
RG 10/3626 f23r Baslow
George Sen Hulley Head M 64 Thatcher of houses Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 65 Derbys Darley
Elizabeth Hulley Dau U 35 Servant Derbys Baslow
William Hulley Son U 31 Farm Labourer Derbys Baslow
Aaron Hulley Son U 29 Farm Labourer Derbys Baslow
Henry Hulley Son U 21 Farm Labourer Derbys Baslow

1874 29 Jun - died at Baslow - grave no. L29
In
Remembrance
of
GEORGE HULLEY
OF BASLOW
WHO DIED JUNE 29TH 1874
AGED 67 YEARS
ALSO BETTY
WIFE OF THE ABOVE
GEORGE HULLEY
WHO DIED APRIL 1ST 1886
AGED 80 YEARS

1874 02 Jul - buried at St Ann's church Baslow: George Hulley (incm d 29 Jun ref L29) of Baslow 67 years.


Elizabeth Stephenson

1806 - born at Ollensby - see 1881 census below.

1827 29 Oct - married at All Saints' church Baslow:
George Hulley and Elizabeth Stevenson both of Baslow of this Parish
were married in this Church by Banns with Consent of
this twentyninth Day of October in the Year One thousand eight hundred and twenty seven
By me John Browne Offg. Minister
This Marriage was solemnized between us } George X Hulley
} Elizabeth her x mark Stevenson
In the Presence of { William Hernshaw
{ William Stevenson
Ralph Bradbury

1828 - son John born - see 1841 census below.

1830 27 Jun - son Joseph baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Joseph son of George & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow
labourer.

1832 10 Jun - son George baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: George son of George & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow
labourer.

1834 10 Aug - daughter Elizabeth baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Elizabeth dau. of George & Elizabeth Hulley of
Baslow labourer.

1839 - son William born at Baslow - see William's marriage certificate.

1840 - daughter Ann (Hannah) born - see 1841 census below.

1841 census
HO 183/3 f11 Bakewell Baslow
George Hulley 30 Ag L Y
Charlotte Hulley 35 Y
John Hulley 13 Y
Joseph Hulley 11 Y
George Hulley 8 Y
Elizabeth Hulley 6 Y
William Hulley 4 Y
Ann Hulley 1 Y

Note: the Charlotte entry above is probably an Enumerator error. All children born before and
after the 1841 census has Elizabeth as their mother and the 1851, 1861 and 1871 censuses
show Elizabeth as the wife to George Hulley.

1842 29 Jun - son Aaron baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Aaron son of George & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow
labourer.

1846 13 Jan - daughter Hannah (Ann) buried at St Ann's church Baslow: Hannah Hulley of Baslow 7 years.

1847 23 Sep - son Samuel baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Samuel son of George & Elizabeth Hulley.

1849 - son Henry born at Baslow - see 1881 census.

1851 census
HO 107/2149 f289 DERBYSHIRE Baslow
George Hulley Head M 45 Labourer & Thatcher Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 45 Wife Derbys Ollensby
Elizabeth (Jnr) Hulley Dau U 16 at Home Derbys Baslow
William Hulley Son U 14 Ag labourer Derbys Baslow
Aaron Hulley Son 8 at Home Derbys Baslow
Samuel Hulley Son 3 at Home Derbys Baslow
Henry Hulley Son 1 at Home Derbys Baslow

1861 census
RG 9/2538 f115r Baslow Upper End
George Hulley Head Mar 54 Ag Labourer Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Wife Mar 54 Darley
Elizabeth Hulley Dau Unmar 25 At home Baslow
William Hulley Son Unmar 23 Ag Labourer Baslow
Samuel Hulley Son Unmar 13 Father's Assistant Baslow
Henry Hulley Son 11 Scholar Baslow

1871 census
RG 10/3626 f23r Baslow
George Sen Hulley Head M 64 Thatcher of houses Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 65 Derbys Darley
Elizabeth Hulley Dau U 35 Servant Derbys Baslow
William Hulley Son U 31 Farm Labourer Derbys Baslow
Aaron Hulley Son U 29 Farm Labourer Derbys Baslow
Henry Hulley Son U 21 Farm Labourer Derbys Baslow

1874 2 Jul - husband buried at St Ann's church Baslow: 2 Jul George Hulley (incm d 29 Jun ref L29) of Baslow 67 yrs.

1881 census
RG 11/3446 f.101 Banks Lane Baslow With Bubnell, Derby
Betty HULLEY Head W 74 Baslow, Derby
Elizabeth HULLEY Daur U 43 Baslow, Derby
Aaron HULLEY Son U 39 Farm Servant Baslow, Derby
Samuel HULLEY Son U 34 Labourer Baslow, Derby
Henry HULLEY Son W 32 Labourer Baslow, Derby

1886 Jun qtr - died at Baslow: Hulley Betty 80 Bakewell 7b 427 (GRO).

1886 15 Apr - died at Baslow - grave no. L29
In
Remembrance
of
GEORGE HULLEY
OF BASLOW
WHO DIED JUNE 29TH 1874
AGED 67 YEARS
ALSO BETTY
WIFE OF THE ABOVE
GEORGE HULLEY
WHO DIED APRIL 1ST 1886
AGED 80 YEARS


220. Elizabeth Hulley

1834 10 Aug - baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Elizabeth dau. of George & Elizabeth Hulley of Baslow labourer.

1841 census
HO 183/3 f11 Bakewell Baslow
George Hulley 30 Ag L Y
Charlotte Hulley 35 Y
John Hulley 13 Y
Joseph Hulley 11 Y
George Hulley 8 Y
Elizabeth Hulley 6 Y
William Hulley 4 Y
Ann Hulley 1 Y

Note: the Charlotte entry above is probably an Enumerator error. All children born before and after the 1841
census has Elizabeth as their mother and the 1851, 1861 and 1871 censuses show Elizabeth as the wife to
George Hulley.

1851 census
HO 107/2149 f289 DERBYSHIRE Baslow
George Hulley Head M 45 Labourer & Thatcher Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 45 Wife Derbys Ollensby
Elizabeth (Jnr) Hulley Dau U 16 at Home Derbys Baslow
William Hulley Son U 14 Ag labourer Derbys Baslow
Aaron Hulley Son 8 at Home Derbys Baslow
Samuel Hulley Son 3 at Home Derbys Baslow
Henry Hulley Son 1 at Home Derbys Baslow

1861 census
RG 9/2538 f115r Baslow Upper End
George Hulley Head Mar 54 Ag Labourer Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Wife Mar 54 Darley
Elizabeth Hulley Dau Unmar 25 At home Baslow
William Hulley Son Unmar 23 Ag Labourer Baslow
Samuel Hulley Son Unmar 13 Father's Assistant Baslow
Henry Hulley Son 11 Scholar Baslow

1871 census
RG 10/3626 f23r Baslow
George Sen Hulley Head M 64 Thatcher of houses Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 65 Derbys Darley
Elizabeth Hulley Dau U 35 Servant Derbys Baslow
William Hulley Son U 31 Farm Labourer Derbys Baslow
Aaron Hulley Son U 29 Farm Labourer Derbys Baslow
Henry Hulley Son U 21 Farm Labourer Derbys Baslow

1881 census
RG 11/3446 f.101 Banks Lane Baslow With Bubnell, Derby
Betty HULLEY Head W 74 Baslow, Derby
Elizabeth HULLEY Daur U 43 Baslow, Derby
Aaron HULLEY Son U 39 Farm Servant Baslow, Derby
Samuel HULLEY Son U 34 Labourer Baslow, Derby
Henry HULLEY Son W 32 Labourer Baslow, Derby

1891 census
RG 12/2773 f87r Baslow Banks Lane
Samuel Hulley Head S 43 Agricultural Labourer Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Sister S 54 Derbys Baslow
Henry Hulley Brother S 40 Agricultural Labourer Derbys Baslow

1899 27 May - died at Baslow: grave No. L27
In LOVING MEMORY of
SAMUEL HULLEY
OF BASLOW
WHO DIED NOVEMBER 1ST 1892
AGED 45 YEARS
ALSO OF
WILLIAM HULLEY
WHO DIED JULY 24TH 1894
AGED 60 YEARS
“Thy Will be Done”
ALSO OF ELIZABETH
THEIR SISTER
WHO DIED MAY 27TH 1899
AGED 67 YEARS
ALSO OF SARAH WIFE OF THE ABOVE
WILLIAM HULLEY
WHO DIED FEB 26TH 1925
AGED 83 YEARS

1899 30 May - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - SAD DEATH OF A BASLOW WOMAN.
An inquest was held yesterday, at Bakewell Workhouse, by Mr. Sidney Taylor (deputy coroner) on the
body of Elizabeth Hulley, aged 67years, of Baslow. The woman was taken to the workhouse on Friday,
and died the next morning.
William Bennett, relieving officer, said she was in a wretched state and he removed her to the work -
-house. She had been in receipt of medical relief. On the way to the workhouse she complained of
feeling ill. She looked as if she had not been washed for months. Dr. Evans saw the woman shortly
after her admission, and she was in a feeble state. She was extremely dirty. He ordered stimulants;
and that she be put to bed.
He made a post-mortem examination on Sunday, and found both ears were bruised externally. The
bruises might have been caused by a blow or a fall. He thought death was due to Bright’s disease of
the kidneys. The Coroner said he ordered a post-mortem examination, because it was a case which
ought to be carefully investigated as there were rumours that the woman had been ill-treated.
The jury returned a verdict of “Death from natural causes,” and recommended that in future medical
men who had attended patients sent to the workhouse should furnish reports to the workhouse medical
officer.

1899 03 Jun - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - A BASLOW WOMAN’S SHOCKING END.
“Not Washed for Months,” Important Recommendation by the Jury.
Details showing the miserable conditions under which some people live - even in a beautiful Derbyshire
village - were forthcoming on Monday at the inquest held by Mr. Sydney Taylor (deputy coroner), in the
Board Room of Bakewell Workhouse, on the body of Elizabeth Hulley, of Baslow. The woman was
found in a pitiable state by the Relieving Officer (Mr. Bennett) at her home on Friday last, and he
promptly secured proper attention for her by removal to the Workhouse. She, however, succumbed on
Saturday morning.
Mr. A. Hawes, clerk to the Bakewell Board of Guardians, and Sergeant Payne were present at the
inquiry. The foreman of the jury was Mr. C. Critchlow.
Aaron Hulley, woodman, of Baslow, identified the body as that of his sister, Elizabeth Hulley, who was
67 years of age, and of no occupations. She lived with her brother, Henry Hulley, at Baslow. He saw her
last alive a week since last Saturday. He was not on very good terms with is brother. He could tell she
was not well, but did not know if a doctor was attending her.
William Bennett, one of the relieving officers under the Board of Guardians, said he had known deceased
for several years, and she had always been ailing. She had been in receipt of medical relief, but Dr.
Wrench had not seen her recently. On Friday, May 26th, he visited the house and found deceased sitting
by the fire in a most wretched state. She was as black as a sweep, and he told her he would be comp-
- elled to remove her to the workhouse. She seemed very poorly. He telephoned from the Rutland Arms
Hotel for Dr. Wrench to come and see her, but he was away from home. He brought the woman to the
workhouse in a conveyance. Dr. Wrench did not report on the case at the time the woman was moved.
She did not say her brother had not treated her well. He read that remark made in Baslow, but did not
ask deceased any direct questions on the subject.
By the Jury: She looked as if he had not been washed for months.
Sarah Ann Wright, nurse at the Bakewell Workhouse, said the deceased was in a most filthy state when
admitted and very ill. Dr. Evans arrived shortly after the woman came in and examined her. She died
about 8 o’clock on Saturday morning. Witness was with her the whole of the night. There was not a day
and night nurse, but witness had an assistant.
Charles Walter Evans, medical practitioner, of Bakewell, and medical officer to the Workhouse, said he
saw the deceased soon after her admission. She was in a very feeble state and he could hardly feel her
pulse. He could not form an opinion as to what she was suffering from. He made a post-mortem on
Sunday, and found both her ears were bruised externally. The marks might have been caused by fall or
blow.
There were no other marks on the body except for old marks. There was extensive disease of the kid-
-neys. The injuries about the ears would have little effect on life, however they were caused.
The Coroner: You remember, perhaps, some time ago a jury recommended that when cases were
brought in from outside they should be accompanied by a report from the medical man , if possible? I
am told that there has been no report by Dr. Wrench in this case; but has it been the custom?
Dr. Evans: Not just lately. Sometimes we don’t get a report. It is a great help if we can get a report when a
case is sent in.
The Coroner: That is just what the jury thought, but it is not always done.
Dr. Evans: No; it is a great help when it is done.
Mr. Bowman (to Dr. Evans): If the woman was admitted in such a weak state, didn’t you think it necessary
to see her a second time?
Dr. Evans: I should have done if I had been sent for . She was left in the hands of the nurse. She was
almost a dying woman, and not to be mauled about unnecessarily unless there was some hope of doing
something for her.
Mr. Callow (one of the jury) thought the brother of the deceased ought to be present, as he would have
been a most material witness.
The Coroner said it was case he thought ought to be investigated carefully, because there were rumours
that the woman had been ill-treated by her brother, and that was why he ordered a post-mortem,. But
after having heard what Dr. Evans said - that the cause of death was Bright’s disease, and, further, that
the marks she had could not be connected with the death, it seemed to him that the jury must return a
verdict according to that evidence.
The jury returned a verdict of “Death from natural causes,” and recommended that in all cases in future
brought to the Workhouse, the medical man who had been in attendance should send reports to the
Workhouse Medical Officer on those cases. Mr. Hawes promised to convey the recommendations of the
jury to the Board of Guardians.


221. William Hulley

1839 - born at Baslow - see marriage certificate below.

1841 census
HO 183/3 f11 Bakewell Baslow
George Hulley 30 Ag L Y
Charlotte Hulley 35 Y
John Hulley 13 Y
Joseph Hulley 11 Y
George Hulley 8 Y
Elizabeth Hulley 6 Y
William Hulley 4 Y
Ann Hulley 1 Y

Note: the Charlotte entry above is probably an Enumerator error. All children born before and after the 1841
census has Elizabeth as their mother and the 1851, 1861 and 1871 censuses show Elizabeth as the wife to
George Hulley.

1851 census
HO 107/2149 f289 DERBYSHIRE Baslow
George Hulley Head M 45 Labourer & Thatcher Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 45 Wife Derbys Ollensby
Elizabeth (Jnr) Hulley Dau U 16 at Home Derbys Baslow
William Hulley Son U 14 Ag labourer Derbys Baslow
Aaron Hulley Son 8 at Home Derbys Baslow
Samuel Hulley Son 3 at Home Derbys Baslow
Henry Hulley Son 1 at Home Derbys Baslow

1861 census
RG 9/2538 f115r Baslow Upper End
George Hulley Head Mar 54 Ag Labourer Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Wife Mar 54 Darley
Elizabeth Hulley Dau Unmar 25 At home Baslow
William Hulley Son Unmar 23 Ag Labourer Baslow
Samuel Hulley Son Unmar 13 Father's Assistant Baslow
Henry Hulley Son 11 Scholar Baslow

1871 census
RG 10/3626 f23r Baslow
George Sen Hulley Head M 64 Thatcher of houses Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 65 Derbys Darley
Elizabeth Hulley Dau U 35 Servant Derbys Baslow
William Hulley Son U 31 Farm Labourer Derbys Baslow
Aaron Hulley Son U 29 Farm Labourer Derbys Baslow
Henry Hulley Son U 21 Farm Labourer Derbys Baslow

1880 21 Jul - married at St Ann's church Baslow: William Hulley X aged 41 bachelor, labourer of Baslow - father?:
Sarah White aged 40 spinster of Baslow. - father - Joseph White Labourer. Wis: John Hubbard & Hannah
Sparke.

1881 census
RG 11/3446 f.101 Upper End Baslow With Bubnell, Derby
William HULLEY Head M 42 Labourer Baslow, Derby
Sarah HULLEY Wife M 41 - Baslow, Derby
Alfred WHITE Nephew 15 Scholar Baslow, Derby

1890 Chatsworth House - Hulley employees
Surname: Hulley
First Name: William
Gender: Male
Date of first known recording: 1890
Date of last known recording: 1891
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; Widow received a pension of £10 8s
from 24th July 1897

1891 census
RG 12/2773 f89 Baslow Upper End
William Hulley Head M 53 General Labourer Derbys Baslow
Sarah Hulley Wife M 51 Derbys Baslow

1894 24 Jul - died at Baslow: grave No. L27
In LOVING MEMORY of
SAMUEL HULLEY
OF BASLOW
WHO DIED NOVEMBER 1ST 1892
AGED 45 YEARS
ALSO OF
WILLIAM HULLEY
WHO DIED JULY 24TH 1894
AGED 60 YEARS
“Thy Will be Done”
ALSO OF ELIZABETH
THEIR SISTER
WHO DIED MAY 27TH 1899
AGED 67 YEARS
ALSO OF SARAH WIFE OF THE ABOVE
WILLIAM HULLEY
WHO DIED FEB 26TH 1925
AGED 83 YEARS


Sarah White

1840 - born at Baslow - see 1881 census below.

1880 21 Jul - married at St Ann's church Baslow: William Hulley X aged 41 bachelor, labourer of Baslow - father?:
Sarah White aged 40 spinster of Baslow. - father - Joseph White Labourer. Wis: John Hubbard & Hannah
Sparke.

1881 census
RG 11/3446 f.101 Upper End Baslow With Bubnell, Derby
William HULLEY Head M 42 Labourer Baslow, Derby
Sarah HULLEY Wife M 41 - Baslow, Derby
Alfred WHITE Nephew 15 Scholar Baslow, Derby

1891 census
RG 12/2773 f89 Baslow Upper End
William Hulley Head M 53 General Labourer Derbys Baslow
Sarah Hulley Wife M 51 Derbys Baslow

1901 census
RG 13/3262 f75 Baslow
Alfred White Head M 57 Builder's Labourer Derbys Baslow
Agnes White Wife M 35 (+ 3 chn) Yorks Riverin
Sarah Hulley Aunt W 59 Derbys Baslow

1925 26 Feb - died at Baslow: grave No. L27
In LOVING MEMORY of
SAMUEL HULLEY
OF BASLOW
WHO DIED NOVEMBER 1ST 1892
AGED 45 YEARS
ALSO OF
WILLIAM HULLEY
WHO DIED JULY 24TH 1894
AGED 60 YEARS
“Thy Will be Done”
ALSO OF ELIZABETH
THEIR SISTER
WHO DIED MAY 27TH 1899
AGED 67 YEARS
ALSO OF SARAH WIFE OF THE ABOVE
WILLIAM HULLEY
WHO DIED FEB 26TH 1925
AGED 83 YEARS


222. Ann Hulley

1840 - born - see 1841 census below.

1841 census
HO 183/3 f11 Bakewell Baslow
George Hulley 30 Ag L Y
Charlotte Hulley 35 Y
John Hulley 13 Y
Joseph Hulley 11 Y
George Hulley 8 Y
Elizabeth Hulley 6 Y
William Hulley 4 Y
Ann Hulley 1 Y

Note: the Charlotte entry above is probably an Enumerator error. All children born before and
after the 1841 census has Elizabeth as their mother and the 1851, 1861 and 1871 censuses
show Elizabeth as the wife to George Hulley.

1846 13 Jan - buried at St Ann's church Baslow: Hannah Hulley of Baslow 7 years.


224. Samuel Hulley

1847 23 Sep - baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: Samuel son of George & Elizabeth Hulley.

1851 census
HO 107/2149 f289 DERBYSHIRE Baslow
George Hulley Head M 45 Labourer & Thatcher Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 45 Wife Derbys Ollensby
Elizabeth (Jnr) Hulley Dau U 16 at Home Derbys Baslow
William Hulley Son U 14 Ag labourer Derbys Baslow
Aaron Hulley Son 8 at Home Derbys Baslow
Samuel Hulley Son 3 at Home Derbys Baslow
Henry Hulley Son 1 at Home Derbys Baslow

1861 census
RG 9/2538 f115r Baslow Upper End
George Hulley Head Mar 54 Ag Labourer Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Wife Mar 54 Darley
Elizabeth Hulley Dau Unmar 25 At home Baslow
William Hulley Son Unmar 23 Ag Labourer Baslow
Samuel Hulley Son Unmar 13 Father's Assistant Baslow
Henry Hulley Son 11 Scholar Baslow

1871 census
RG 10/3626 f29r Baslow Devonshire Arms
Betty Wihite Head W 66 Innkeeper & farmer (+sis, 4 servs, 3 visitors) Derbys Baslow
Samuel Hulley Serv U 23 Farm Servant Derbys Baslow

1881 census
RG 11/3446 f.101 Banks Lane Baslow With Bubnell, Derby
Betty HULLEY Head W 74 Baslow, Derby
Elizabeth HULLEY Daur U 43 Baslow, Derby
Aaron HULLEY Son U 39 Farm Servant Baslow, Derby
Samuel HULLEY Son U 34 Labourer Baslow, Derby
Henry HULLEY Son W 32 Labourer Baslow, Derby

1891 census
RG 12/2773 f87r Baslow Banks Lane
Samuel Hulley Head S 43 Agricultural Labourer Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Sister S 54 Derbys Baslow
Henry Hulley Brother S 40 Agricultural Labourer Derbys Baslow

1892 1 Nov - died at Baslow: grave No. L27
In LOVING MEMORY of
SAMUEL HULLEY
OF BASLOW
WHO DIED NOVEMBER 1ST 1892
AGED 45 YEARS
ALSO OF
WILLIAM HULLEY
WHO DIED JULY 24TH 1894
AGED 60 YEARS
“Thy Will be Done”
ALSO OF ELIZABETH
THEIR SISTER
WHO DIED MAY 27TH 1899
AGED 67 YEARS
ALSO OF SARAH WIFE OF THE ABOVE
WILLIAM HULLEY
WHO DIED FEB 26TH 1925
AGED 83 YEARS


225. Henry Hulley

1849 - born at Baslow - see 1881 census below.

1851 census
HO 107/2149 f289 DERBYSHIRE Baslow
George Hulley Head M 45 Labourer & Thatcher Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 45 Wife Derbys Ollensby
Elizabeth (Jnr) Hulley Dau U 16 at Home Derbys Baslow
William Hulley Son U 14 Ag labourer Derbys Baslow
Aaron Hulley Son 8 at Home Derbys Baslow
Samuel Hulley Son 3 at Home Derbys Baslow
Henry Hulley Son 1 at Home Derbys Baslow

1861 census
RG 9/2538 f115r Baslow Upper End
George Hulley Head Mar 54 Ag Labourer Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Wife Mar 54 Darley
Elizabeth Hulley Dau Unmar 25 At home Baslow
William Hulley Son Unmar 23 Ag Labourer Baslow
Samuel Hulley Son Unmar 13 Father's Assistant Baslow
Henry Hulley Son 11 Scholar Baslow

1871 census
RG 10/3626 f23r Baslow
George Sen Hulley Head M 64 Thatcher of houses Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 65 Derbys Darley
Elizabeth Hulley Dau U 35 Servant Derbys Baslow
William Hulley Son U 31 Farm Labourer Derbys Baslow
Aaron Hulley Son U 29 Farm Labourer Derbys Baslow
Henry Hulley Son U 21 Farm Labourer Derbys Baslow

1881 census
RG 11/3446 f.101 Banks Lane Baslow With Bubnell, Derby
Betty HULLEY Head W 74 Baslow, Derby
Elizabeth HULLEY Daur U 43 Baslow, Derby
Aaron HULLEY Son U 39 Farm Servant Baslow, Derby
Samuel HULLEY Son U 34 Labourer Baslow, Derby
Henry HULLEY Son W 32 Labourer Baslow, Derby

1891 census
RG 12/2773 f87r Baslow Banks Lane
Samuel Hulley Head S 43 Agricultural Labourer Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Sister S 54 Derbys Baslow
Henry Hulley Brother S 40 Agricultural Labourer Derbys Baslow

1901 census
RG 13/3262 f81 Baslow Park Gate Farm Buildings
Henry Hulley S 53 General Labourer Derbys Baslow


111. Charles Edward Hulley

1820 16 Apr - baptised at Eckington parish church.

1840 03 May - married at All Saints church Rotherham: Charles x Hulley full age Bachelor Miner Catcliffe - father
Edward Hulley Labourer; Christiana x Grundy full age Spinster Catcliffe - father John Grundy Grinder.
Wits. William x Grundy, Jonathan Preston.

1840 09 May - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - Marriages - In Sunday last, at Rotherham, Mr. Charles Hulley,
miner, to Miss Christiana Grundy.

1841Mar qtr - dau Elizabeth born at Sheffield RD: Hulley Elizabeth Sheffield 22 557 (GRO).

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Information supplied by Lois Tarrant

Charles Edward Hulley enlisted in the British army 20th July 1840 at Ashton-Under-Lyne aged 20yrs 3 mths, height 5ft 8 and three quarter inches. He was stationed at Fermoy, Kinsale, Kilkenny, Athlone, Ireland from 1840-1843. Canada 1843-1848. England 1848-1850. Ireland 1850-1853. India 1853 - 1857. He was discharged 20th Feb. 1857.
He sailed from India aboard the transport barque "Southern Cross" and arrived in Port Phillip, Victoria, Australia 25.05.1857
As yet, from 1857 until 1863 no evidence of Charles Hulley's presence in Victoria has appeared.
Records show that an army pension [four pence per day] was applied for and granted by the Chelsea Board 1871. His his regiment was recorded as the 81st regiment of foot.

Family hearsay suggests that Charles had left behind a child in England. Mother deceased.
On the birth certificate of Charles Edward Hulley b1868 Darlingford, Vic under issue for father it was stated that there was a girl Elizabeth aged 18yrs by a previous marriage.
Census records 1851 indicate an Elizabeth aged 10 living with his parents, Ridgeway Derby If this were his daughter she would have been 28 in 1868????


Christiana Grundy

1821 - born not in Yorkshire - see 1841 census below.

1840 03 May - married at All Saints church Rotherham: Charles x Hulley full age Bachelor Miner Catcliffe - father
Edward Hulley Labourer; Christiana x Grundy full age Spinster Catcliffe - father John Grundy Grinder.
Wits. William x Grundy,Jonathan Preston.

1840 09 May - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - Marriages - In Sunday last, at Rotherham, Mr. Charles Hulley,
miner, to Miss Christiana Grundy.

1841Mar qtr - dau Elizabeth born at Sheffield RD: Hulley Elizabeth Sheffield 22 557 (GRO).

1841 census
HO 107/1336/6 f51r Sheffield Blast Lane
Joseph Jones 25 Press m. (+ w, 1 oth) Y
Christiana Hulley 20 N
Elizth Hulley 3mos Y

1864 Dec qtr - married at Sheffield RD: Hulley Christiana Sheffield 9c 436 (FreeBMD).

1864 10 Oct - married at St Peter and St Paul Cathedral Sheffield: William Taylor 43 Widower Filesmith Bread Sreet
- father Thomas Taylor Cutler; Christiana Hulley 45 Widow Bread Sreet - father John Grundy Cutler.
Wits James Till Allen, Elize Alize.

1864 11 Oct - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - Marriages. At the Parish Church, October 10th, William Taylor,
filesmith, to Mrs Christina Hulley.

Note: The above marriage was bigamous, her husband Charles Edward died in Australia on 1 May 1887.


226. Elizabeth Hulley

1840 - born - see 1841 census below.

1841Mar qtr - born at Sheffield RD: Hulley Elizabeth Sheffield 22 557 (GRO).

1841 census
HO 107/1336/6 f51r Sheffield Blast Lane
Joseph Jones 25 Press m. (+ w, 1 oth) Y
Christiana Hulley 20 N
Elizth Hulley 3mos Y

1851 census
HO 107/2148 f351r High Lane Troway, Derbyshire
Edward Hulley Head Mar 54 Quarry Man Derbys Grindleford Bridge
Elizabeth Hulley Wife Mar 56 Derbys Sload Lane
Elizabeth Hulley G Dau 10 Yorks Sheffield

1861 census
RG 9/2535 f31r Eckington High Lane
Elizabeth Hulley Head Widow 65 Derbys Eckington
Elizabeth Hulley Gr Dau Unmar 20 Domestic Serv York Sheffield
James Hulley Gr Son 10 Derbys Eckington

1862 Jun qtr - married at Chesterfield RD: Hulley Elizabeth Chesterfield 7b 760 (FreeBMD).

1862 21 May - married at Chesterfield parish chuch: Richard Blackburn 25 Bachelor Miner Stonegravels - father John
Blackburn Carpenter; Elizabeth Hulley 21 Spinster Stonegravels - father Charles Hulley Miner. Wits:
Will Rodgers, Elizabeth Blackburn.


Richard Blackburn

1837 - born - see marriage entry below.

1862 Jun qtr - married at Chesterfield RD: Blackburn Richard Chesterfield 7b 760 (FreeBMD).

1862 21 May - married at Chesterfield parish chuch: Richard Blackburn 25 Bachelor Miner Stonegravels - father John
Blackburn Carpenter; Elizabeth Hulley 21 Spinster Stonegravels - father Charles Hulley Miner. Wits:
Will Rodgers, Elizabeth Blackburn.


113. Edward Hulley

1824 28 Nov - baptised at St Peter & Paul's church Eckington: Information from Lois Tarrant Australia
(tarrant@dcsi.net.au)


114. Ellis Hulley

1827 - born at Eckington - see 1881 census below.

1841 census
High Lane, Ridgeway, Derbyshire
Census states - Edward Hulley absent. The schedule left by a neighbour 26.06.1841
Elizabeth 44 ?
Ellis 14
Elizabeth 8
(Hannah) ? 11
(Micro film of very poor quality and very difficult to read.)

1849 Dec qtr - married at Sheffield RD: Hulley Ellis Sheffield 22 635 (GRO).

1849 10 Dec - married at Sheffield parish church: Ellis Hulley 22 Bachelor Collier of Manor father - Edwin Hulley
Quarryman; Eliza Marples 20 Spinster of Manor father - James Marples Collier. He X marked she
signed; wits Thomas Marples, Elizth Grace Shephard.

1850 Jun qtr - son James born at Chesterfield RD: Hulley James Chesterfield 19 607 (GRO).

1851 census
HO 107/2148 f352 Troway Highlane
Ellis Hulley Head M 24 Coal Miner Derbys Highlane
Eliza Hulley Wife M 22 Yorks Gleadles
James Hulley Son 11ms Derbys Highlane

1851 12 Oct - daughter Hannah born at Ridgeway by Eckington: Hannah Hulley father Ellis mother
Eliza (IGI).

1851 30 Nov - daughter Hannah baptised at Ridgeway by Eckington church: Hannah Hulley father
Ellis mother Eliza (IGI).

1853 - daughter Eliza born at Ridgeway by Eckington - information from Lois Tarrant.

1855 Mar qtr - son Ellis born at Ridgeway by Eckington: Hulley Ellis Chesterfield 7b 512 (GRO and
IGI).

1855 14 Feb - son Ellis born at Ridgeway Eckington: Ellis boy - father Ellis Hulley Coal Miner mother
Eliza Hulley formerly Marples X the Mark of Ellis Hulley Father Ridgeway Eckington
registered 14 March 1855 (birth certificate).

1856 Dec qtr - dau Jane born at Chesterfield RD: Hulley Jane Chesterfield 7b 496 (GRO).

1859 Sep 10 - Leeds Mercury Serious and Fatal Colliery Accident at Mosbro’, near Sheffield
Four lives lost, and several seriously injured.
An alarming colliery accident took place yesterday afternoon at the Silkstone Main
Colliery, Mosbro Moor, the property of Messrs Swallow. About three o'clock, an
immense amount of smoke was discovered issuing out of the drawing or up-cast
shaft; this was an indication that a fire had broken out in the pit, and we may observe
that there is a steam engine in the pit for the purpose of securing ventilation. From
the furnace of the engine there was a flue communicating with the shaft. This flue
had become over-heated and fired the coal through which it passed. There were
from 30 to 40 hands in the pit, principally lads, and before they had time to collect at
the bottom of the pit, the shaft had become full of smoke and rendered useless as a
means of exit. The only means of safety, therefore, was by a downcast or pumping
shaft, a depth of 160 yards, and the passage was very limited, in consequence of
the piping and gear of the pumps. A "gin" and pulley was therefore at once put into
execution, and volunteers sent down to search the men confined below. The first
was brought to the surface at about six o'clock, and from the information that could
then be gathered, it seemed that immediately after the accident occurred the miners
rushed to the bottom of the up-cast shaft, expecting to get into the chairs, and at
once be brought to the top, but finding the shaft and the neighbourhood of the engine
on fire, they pursued their away up a heading or drift to the other shaft, and there
waited for assistance from above.
In the meantime, a man named James Travis, had been placed on a stage 40 yards
from the surface to render assistance as the case required, and about 60 yards lower
down another man named John Blackburn was stationed for a similar purpose. Up to
10 o'clock, the draught and ventilation did not permit of such active exertions as the
men were desirous of making; but the wind suddenly changing a proper course of
ventilation was established, and the volunteers had a better opportunity of carrying
on their work.
At 10.30 about 14 or 16 have been rescued, the principal colliers who had assisted in
their deliverance being ….. Berresford and Ellis Hulley, the former of whom had
rescued not less than six. In consequence of the narrowness of the shaft, instead of
an ordinary chair being employed it was found necessary to use what is technically
termed a “horse," a plain seat, the men, securing themselves to it by means of a
strap, and in order to facilitate their operations two of these "horses" were at first
used instead of one. The plan required very great caution, but not withstanding every
attention to this point, a distressing circumstance occurred, which resulted fatally. A
lad named Kirkby was being taken up, and when he had reached the station where
Blackburn was placed with two lanterns, he thought he had arrived at the top, and
endeavouring to disengage himself, and in so doing, fell to the bottom of the shaft, a
distance of about 60 feet. His screams, which were heard by those in the pit, were
described as heartrending; as no more was heard of him after the fall, the conclusion
is that he was killed upon the spot.
At about a quarter to 12, immediately after Hulley had brought up two youths, and
was preparing to descend again, an explosion occurred in the workings below, the
effect of which was most alarming in the shaft where the men were congregated, and
also at the surface. For a time, all hopes of rescuing the hands remaining in the pit
were given up. In a short time the shaft cleared a little, and the “horse” was sent
down for the man Travis at the first stage, and he came up in safety. Travis could
give no account of the others lower down the pit, and the “horse” was again lowered,
the crowd at the top breathlessly waiting the result, and fearing that all below had
perished. The “horse” was allowed gradually to descend, and when it arrived at
Blackburn’s stage the signal announced that he was safe, and shortly after he was
brought to the top in an exhausted condition. After being partly restored, he stated
that immediately after the explosion he could hear some of the men shouting below,
and that he believed they were all safe. The explosion extinguished his lights for a
few seconds, but on the shaft clearing they came in again.
Not withstanding the favourable report given by Blackburn, it was still considered not
safe to send anyone down, and the "horse" was therefore again lowered empty, and
fortunately most of the men at the bottom were able to attach themselves to it; but the
work of drawing them up was one of great difficulty, and required extreme caution, as
the explosion had destroyed the signal apparatus is, and the ropes of which were
liable to become entangled with the "horse", and also from other obstructions which
presented themselves at different points in the shaft.
The last man brought up before our reporter left (making 26 or 27) was named
Glassby. This was a little after one o'clock this morning. He stated that two men are
still in the pit, but in consequence of being so severely burnt by the explosion they
were unable to come up without assistance, and he also added that two youths, one
the lad Kirkby, and another named Henry Stephenson, who was supposed to have
been knocked off one of the stages, either by Kirby in his fall, or by some of the
debris, were both dead, but he was not aware whether any other than those he had
named remained in the mine.- Sheffield Telegraph, yesterday.
Our Sheffield correspondent, writing last night, gives the number of deaths at four.
Referring to the death of the boy Kirkby, he says:-"He was found lying at the bottom
of the shaft, quite dead, and along with him was a boy, named Hugh Bird, was also
dead, having, it is supposed, been killed by Kirkby falling upon him. The bodies of
Kirkby and Bird, were drawn up at a later hour, and placed in a club-room at the
house of Mr George Bruce, the British Oak public-house. Before this was done,
several men went down at short intervals to search for William Meggitt and Henry
Stephenson, two boys still missing, but owing to the spread of the flames the man
could not proceed above a few yards, and nothing could be seen of them. They are
supposed to have perished of cold and exhaustion before they could be recovered.
A very painful incident occurred in connection with the former of them. The lad
implored his father to bring him out with him at an earlier period of the evening, but
the latter, either from not at first recognising his voice, or considering himself
sufficiently burdened with another boy he was bringing with him, did not do so, and
the poor fellow perished."

1859 10 Sep - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - COLLIERY ACCIDENT NEAR
MOSBROUGH FOUR LIVES LOST. Similar account as above Including:
The occurrence, as might be expected, attracted a large concourse of people, and
among the rest Mr Wells, the owner of the Eckington and other pits, Mr Seymour,
manager for Mr Barrow, of Staveley Works, Frith Berrisford and Ellis Hulley,
workmen at Mr. Wells’ pits, and others. All these persons exerted themselves in a
most praiseworthy manner for the rescue of the sufferers, Mr Wells being particularly
conspicuous. Messrs Swallow and Mr Sissons were also very energetic. James
Travis and John Blackburn were the first men who occupied the dangerous stations
down the shaft. Among those who most exerted themselves in going down on the
horse, and bringing up men were Berresford and Hulley. Mr Jones and Mr Harwood,
of Eckington, surgeons, were in attendance to administer any relief that might be
required by the men.
The pit is believed to be extensively on fire, and it is expected that it will have to be
filled with water to extinguish the fire.

1859 18 Sep - Derby Mercury - Terrible Coalpit Catastrophe - similar report as above.

1859 19 Nov - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - THE MOSBRO’ MOOR COLLIERY
ACCIDENT. On Thursday, Frith Berresford, Ellis Ulley, and the other men who
descended the shaft of Messrs. Swallow’s pit at Mosbro’ on the night of the accident,
some time ago, for the purpose of rescuing the unfortunate workmen, were presented
with the proceeds of a subscription which had been made for them, amounting to
£15. 17s. The presentation was made by the Rev. E.B. Estcourt, the Vicar of
Eckington, who complimented them on the courage they had displayed.

1861 census
RG 9/2535 f43 Eckington Ridgeway
Ellis Hulley Head Mar 34 Coal Miner Derbys Staveley
Eliza Hulley Wife Mar 32 York Handsworth
Hannah Hulley Dau 9 Scholar Derbys Eckington
Eliza Hulley Dau 8 Scholar Derbys Eckington
Ellis Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Eckington
Jane Hulley Dau 4 Scholar Derbys Eckington

1862 Mar qtr - dau Mary born at Chesterfield RD: Hulley Mary Chesterfield 7b 541 (GRO).

1864 Jun qtr - son Edward born at Eckington: Hulley Edward Chesterfield 7b 559 (GRO & 1881
census).

1869 Sep qtr - daughter Martha born at Eckington: Hulley Martha Chesterfield 7b 564 (GRO and 1881
census).

1871 census
RG 10/3619 f66 Eckington High Lane
Elliss Hully Head M 44 Coal Miner Derbys Highlane
Eliza Hully Wife M 42 Yorks Gleadless
James Hully Son U 20 Coal Miner Derbys Highlane
Elliss Hully Son 15 Coal Miner Derbys Highlane
Mary Hully Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Highlane
Edward Hully Son 8 Scholar Derbys Highlane
Martha Hully Dau 1 Derbys Highlane

1881 census
RG 11/3442 f. 35 High Lane Cottage Eckington, Derby
Ellis HULLY Head M 54 Coal Miner Eckington, Derby
Eliza HULLY Wife M 52 Hansworth, York
Edward HULLY Son U 17 Coal Miner Eckington, Derby
Martha HULLY Daur 11 Scholar Eckington, Derby

1891 census
RG 12/2771 f77r Eckington Ridgway (Proper)
Ellis Hulley Head M 64 Coal Miner Derbys Ridgway
Eliza Hulley Wife M 62 Yorks Gleadless
William Hulley Grandson S 6 Scholar Derbys Ridgway
John Morten Boarder S 55 Carpenter Derbys Pilsley
John H. Thorgg Boarder M 45 Bathman Wash Derbsyshire Youlgrave
Elizabeth Thorgg Boarder M 43 Derbys Stanton
John R. Armstrong Lodger W 61 Pensioner Derbys Bolsover

1895 Sep qtr - died at Chesterfield RD: Hulley Ellis 68 Chesterfield 7b 422 (GRO).


Eliza Marples

1829 - born at Hansworth, Yorkshire - see 1881 census below.

1849 Dec qtr - married at Sheffield RD: Marples Eliza Sheffield 22 635 (GRO).

1849 10 Dec - married at Sheffield parish church: Ellis Hulley 22 Bachelor Collier of Manor father - Edwin Hulley
Quarryman; Eliza Marples 20 Spinster of Manor father - James Marples Collier. He X marked she
signed; wits Thomas Marples, Elizth Grace Shephard.

1850 Jun qtr - son James born at Chesterfield RD: Hulley James Chesterfield 19 607 (GRO).

1851 census
HO 107/2148 f352 Troway Highlane
Ellis Hulley Head M 24 Coal Miner Derbys Highlane
Eliza Hulley Wife M 22 Yorks Gleadles
James Hulley Son 11ms Derbys Highlane

1851 12 Oct - daughter Hannah born at Ridgeway by Eckington: Hannah Hulley father Ellis mother
Eliza (IGI).

1851 30 Nov - daughter Hannah baptised at Ridgeway by Eckington church: Hannah Hulley father
Ellis mother Eliza (IGI).

1853 - daughter Eliza born at Ridgeway by Eckington - information from Lois Tarrant.

1855 Mar qtr - son Ellis born at Ridgeway by Eckington: Hulley Ellis Chesterfield 7b 512 (GRO and
IGI).

1855 14 Feb - son Ellis born at Ridgeway Eckington: Ellis boy - father Ellis Hulley Coal Miner mother
Eliza Hulley formerly Marples X the Mark of Ellis Hulley Father Ridgeway Eckington
registered 14 March 1855 (birth certificate).

1856 Dec qtr - dau Jane born at Chesterfield RD: Hulley Jane Chesterfield 7b 496 (GRO).

1861 census
RG 9/2535 f43 Eckington Ridgeway
Ellis Hulley Head Mar 34 Coal Miner Derbys Staveley
Eliza Hulley Wife Mar 32 York Handsworth
Hannah Hulley Dau 9 Scholar Derbys Eckington
Eliza Hulley Dau 8 Scholar Derbys Eckington
Ellis Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Eckington
Jane Hulley Dau 4 Scholar Derbys Eckington

1862 Mar qtr - dau Mary born at Chesterfield RD: Hulley Mary Chesterfield 7b 541 (GRO).

1864 Jun qtr - son Edward born at Eckington: Hulley Edward Chesterfield 7b 559 (GRO & 1881
census).

1869 Sep qtr - daughter Martha born at Eckington: Hulley Martha Chesterfield 7b 564 (GRO and 1881
census).

1871 census
RG 10/3619 f66 Eckington High Lane
Elliss Hully Head M 44 Coal Miner Derbys Highlane
Eliza Hully Wife M 42 Yorks Gleadless
James Hully Son U 20 Coal Miner Derbys Highlane
Elliss Hully Son 15 Coal Miner Derbys Highlane
Mary Hully Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Highlane
Edward Hully Son 8 Scholar Derbys Highlane
Martha Hully Dau 1 Derbys Highlane

1881 census
RG 11/3442 f. 35 High Lane Cottage Eckington, Derby
Ellis HULLY Head M 54 Coal Miner Eckington, Derby
Eliza HULLY Wife M 52 Hansworth, York
Edward HULLY Son U 17 Coal Miner Eckington, Derby
Martha HULLY Daur 11 Scholar Eckington, Derby

1891 census
RG 12/2771 f77r Eckington Ridgway (Proper)
Ellis Hulley Head M 64 Coal Miner Derbys Ridgway
Eliza Hulley Wife M 62 Yorks Gleadless
William Hulley Grandson S 6 Scholar Derbys Ridgway
John Morten Boarder S 55 Carpenter Derbys Pilsley
John H. Thorgg Boarder M 45 Bathman Wash Derbsyshire Youlgrave
Elizabeth Thorgg Boarder M 43 Derbys Stanton
John R. Armstrong Lodger W 61 Pensioner Derbys Bolsover

1901 census
RG 13/3259 f39 Eckington Ridgeway Village
James Hulley Head W 50 Coal miner hewer Derbys Eckington
Harriet Hulley Dau S 24 Derbys Eckington
Thomas Hulley Son S 22 Coal miner hewer Derbys Eckington
William Hulley Son S 16 Coal miner filler Derbys Eckington
Clara Hulley Dau S 8 Derbys Eckington
Eliza Hulley Mthr W 72 Derbys Eckington


230. Hannah Hulley

1851 12 Oct - born at Ridgeway by Eckington: Hannah Hulley father Ellis mother Eliza (IGI).

1851 30 Nov - baptised at Ridgeway by Eckington church: Hannah Hulley father Ellis mother Eliza (IGI).

1861 census
RG 9/2535 f43 Eckington Ridgeway
Ellis Hulley Head Mar 34 Coal Miner Derbys Staveley
Eliza Hulley Wife Mar 32 York Handsworth
Hannah Hulley Dau 9 Scholar Derbys Eckington
Eliza Hulley Dau 8 Scholar Derbys Eckington
Ellis Hulley Son 6 Scholar Derbys Eckington
Jane Hulley Dau 4 Scholar Derbys Eckington

1873 24 Sep - married at Handsworth parish church: Thomas X Drury Full age Bachelor Miner Gleadles - father Thomas
Drury Banksman; Hannah X Hulley Full age Spinster Gleadles - father Ellis Hulley MIner. Wits;James X
Hulley, Mary Leadbeater.


Thomas Drury

1873 24 Sep - married at Handsworth parish church: Thomas X Drury Full age Bachelor Miner Gleadles - father Thomas
Drury Banksman; Hannah X Hulley Full age Spinster Gleadles - father Ellis Hulley MIner. Wits;James X
Hulley, Mary Leadbeater.


236. Martha Hulley

1869 Sep qtr - born at Eckington: Hulley Martha Chesterfield 7b 564 (GRO and 1881 census).

1871 census
RG 10/3619 f66 Eckington High Lane
Elliss Hully Head M 44 Coal Miner Derbys Highlane
Eliza Hully Wife M 42 Yorks Gleadless
James Hully Son U 20 Coal Miner Derbys Highlane
Elliss Hully Son 15 Coal Miner Derbys Highlane
Mary Hully Dau 10 Scholar Derbys Highlane
Edward Hully Son 8 Scholar Derbys Highlane
Martha Hully Dau 1 Derbys Highlane

1881 census
RG 11/3442 f. 35 High Lane Cottage Eckington, Derby
Ellis HULLY Head M 54 Coal Miner Eckington, Derby
Eliza HULLY Wife M 52 Hansworth, York
Edward HULLY Son U 17 Coal Miner Eckington, Derby
Martha HULLY Daur 11 Scholar Eckington, Derby

1891 census
RG 12/3188 f77r Chorlton upon Medlock27 Burlington Stret
Richard Poole Head M 54 Stationer (+ wife) Yorks Selby
Martha Hulley Servt S 21 Servant (Domestic) Derbys Ridgeway

1893 Mar qtr - married at Chesterfield RD: Hulley Martha Chesterfield 7b 883 (IGI).

1893 19 Jan - married at St John the Evangelist church Ridgeway: Archibald Sidney Cockcroft 23 Bachelor Mason Rishworth Halifax - father James Cockcroft Mason; Martha Hulley 23 Spinster Ridgeway - father Ellis Hulley
Coal Miner. Wits: Thomas Morton Ridgeway, Millicent Drewry.


Archibald Sydney Cockcroft

1870 - born - see marriage entry below.

1893 Mar qtr - married at Chesterfield RD: Hulley Martha Chesterfield 7b 883 (IGI).

1893 19 Jan - married at St John the Evangelist church Ridgeway: Archibald Sidney Cockcroft 23 Bachelor Mason Rishworth Halifax - father James Cockcroft Mason; Martha Hulley 23 Spinster Ridgeway - father Ellis Hulley
Coal Miner. Wits: Thomas Morton Ridgeway, Millicent Drewry.


118. William Hulley

1838 - born at Calvar - see 1851 census below.

1841 census
HO 107/186/4 6r Hathersage Stoney Middleton
John Hulley 30 Farmer Y
Sarah Hulley 30 Y
William Hulley 3 Y
Ann Hulley 1 Y

1851 census
HO 107/2150 f353 Stony Middleton
John Hulley Head M 42 Farmer of 12 acres employs no Labr Derbys Stony Middleton
Sarah Hulley Wife M 43 Derbys Calvar
William Hulley Son 13 Scholar Derbys Calvar
Ann Hulley Dau 11 Scholar Derbys Stony Middleton
Martha Hulley Dau 5 Derbys Stony Middleton

1865 Dec qtr - married at Sheffield RD: Hulley William Sheffield 9c 559 (GRO).

1865 27 Nov - married at St Mary's church Brook Hill Sheffield: William Hulley 27 Bachelor Hackle Pin Maker Allen
Street - father John Hulley Farmer; Sarah X Hoole 25 Spinster Allen Street - father James Hoole Tabl
Blade Grinder. Wits Walter James Hamilton, Ellen X Hamiilton.

1867 Jun qtr - dau Sarah Elizabeth born at Wortley RD: Hulley Sarah Elizabeth Wortley 9c 226 (GRO).

1869 Mar qtr - dau Ada Emily born at Eccleshall Bierlow RD: Hulley Ada Emily Eccleshall Bierlow 9c
270 (GRO).

1871 census
RG 10/4662 f72r Nether Hallam 1 Queen Street
Elizabeth Hoole Head W 60 Sheffield Yorks
Thomas Hoole Son U 23 Table Blade Grinder Owlerton Yorks
William Hulley S-in-L M 33 Brewer's Priker? Stony Middleton Derbys
Sarah Hulley Dau M 31 Owlerton Yorks
Sarah Eliz Hulley G-dau U 4 Ecclesfield Yorks
Ada Emily Hulley G-dau U 2 Sheffield Yorks

1871 Jun qtr - died at Eccleshall Bierlow RD: Hulley William 32 Eccleshall Bierlow 9c 143 (GRO).

2006 14 Aug - message from Michael Green:
Ray,
Many thanks for your recent emails, they have been most timely. I am hoping to come
up to Derbyshire in the autumn, for a holiday with my wife, and had planned to visit the
Records Office at Matlock, to look at some of the church registers there.
I have, however, been able to establish a link between my research into the Hulley line
within the Green family and your family trees, as published on the web.
One of my forebears was William Hulley, born 1838 in Calver, to John Hulley (farmer)
and his wife Sarah. I had traced John & Sarah to Stony Middleton in the 1841 census,
and have now been able to identify my John Hulley as the person identified as a
descendant (#50) of George Hulley.
I have a significant amount of information about William - he joined the army and
served in the Indian Mutiny; wrote copious amounts of poetry; and married in Sheffield
1865. I also have details of the (supposed) inscription on Sarah Hulley's gravestone in
Stony Middleton churchyard (she died 22.01.1860), which I also plan to look forward
when in the area.
If you would like any of this information, please let me know.
Again, many thanks. I will keep you posted with the results of my research in
Derbyshire in the autumn.
Kind Regards,
Michael Green


Sarah Hoole

1840 - born at Owlerton Yorks - see 1871 census below.

1865 Dec qtr - married at Sheffield RD: Hulley William Sheffield 9c 559 (GRO).

1865 27 Nov - married at St Mary's church Brook Hill Sheffield: William Hulley 27 Bachelor Hackle Pin Maker Allen
Street - father John Hulley Farmer; Sarah X Hoole 25 Spinster Allen Street - father James Hoole Tabl
Blade Grinder. Wits Walter James Hamilton, Ellen X Hamiilton.

1867 Jun qtr - dau Sarah Elizabeth born at Wortley RD: Hulley Sarah Elizabeth Wortley 9c 226
(GRO).

1869 Mar qtr - dau Ada Emily born at Eccleshall Bierlow RD: Hulley Ada Emily Eccleshall Bierlow 9c
270 (GRO).

1871 census
RG 10/4662 f72r Nether Hallam 1 Queen Street
Elizabeth Hoole Head W 60 Sheffield Yorks
Thomas Hoole Son U 23 Table Blade Grinder Owlerton Yorks
William Hulley S-in-L M 33 Brewer's Priker? Stony Middleton Derbys
Sarah Hulley Dau M 31 Owlerton Yorks
Sarah Eliz Hulley G-dau U 4 Ecclesfield Yorks
Ada Emily Hulley G-dau U 2 Sheffield Yorks

1871 Jun qtr - husband died at Eccleshall Bierlow RD: Hulley William 32 Eccleshall Bierlow 9c 143
(GRO).

1881 census
RG 11/4623 f66 188 Infirmary Road Nether Hallam
Charles Anderson Head M 34 Licensed Victualler Notts Carlton
Rachel A. Anderson Wife M 34 Notts Olocoats
Sarah Holly Servt W 40 Servant Domestic Yorks Owlerton
Ada E. Holly Boarder 12 Scholar Yorks Ecclesfield

1891 census
RG 12/3797 f19 Nether Hallam 77 Creswick Street
Sarah Hulley Head W 51 Charwoman Yorks Owlerton
Tom Hoole Ldger S 43 Grinder Yorks Owlerton

1901 census
RG 13/4395 f7r Rotherham 67 Greasbro Rd
Ada Emily Rowarth Head W 32 Laundress Wash Yorkshire Sheffield
Fred Rowarth Son 9 Yorkshire Rotherham
Tom Rowarth Son 6 Yorkshire Rotherham
Sarah Ulley Mother W 62 Yorks Owlerton


123. Eliza Hulley

1841 13 Feb - baptised at Holy Trinity church, Ashford-in-the-Water: Eliza dau of Jonathan & Ann Hulley Ashford
Frame Work Knitter.

1851 census
HO 107/2150 f351Hathersage Stoney Middleton
Jonathan Hulley Head M 41 Ag Labourer Derbys Rowland
Ann Hulley Wife M 34 Derbys Brampton
Eliza Hulley Dau 9 Derbys Ashford
Emma Hulley Dau 7 Derbys Ashford
Matilda Hulley Dau 11ms Derbys Stoney Middleton

1861 census
RG 9/3473 f11r Ecclesfield 79 South Street
William Collier Head M 53 Chemist (+ wife 2 sons) Isle of Ely
Eliza Hulley Serv U 19 House Servant Longstone Derbyshire

1868 Jun qtr - married at Eccleshall Bierlow RD: Hulley Eliza Eccleshall Bierlow 9c 289 (FreeBMD).

1868 26 May - married at St Mathew's church Sheffield: Joshua Wood 26 Bachelor Coachbuilder Cornbridge St. -
father Joshua Wood Syth maker. Eliza Hulley 26 Spinster Cornbridge St. - father Jonathan Hulley
Quarry man. Wits Charles Barber, Matilda Hulley.

1871 - son John T. born at Sheffield - see 1871 census below,

1871 census
RG 10/4671f3r Sheffield 54 Orchard Street
Joshua Wood Head M 29 Railway Spring Viceman Derbys Dore
Eliza Wood Wife M 29 Derbys Longston
John T. Wood Son 3 mos Yorks Sheffield


Joshua Wood

1842 - born at Dore, Derbyshire - see 1871 census below,

1868 Jun qtr - married at Eccleshall Bierlow RD: Wood Joshua Eccleshall Bierlow 9c 289 (FreeBMD).

1868 26 May - married at St Mathew's church Sheffield: Joshua Wood 26 Bachelor Coachbuilder Cornbridge St. -
father Joshua Wood Syth maker. Eliza Hulley 26 Spinster Cornbridge St. - father Jonathan Hulley
Quarry man. Wits Charles Barber, Matilda Hulley.

1871 - son John T. born at Sheffield - see 1871 census below,

1871 census
RG 10/4671f3r Sheffield 54 Orchard Street
Joshua Wood Head M 29 Railway Spring Viceman Derbys Dore
Eliza Wood Wife M 29 Derbys Longston
John T. Wood Son 3 mos Yorks Sheffield


239. John T. Wood

1871 - born at Sheffield - see 1871 census below,

1871 census
RG 10/4671f3r Sheffield 54 Orchard Street
Joshua Wood Head M 29 Railway Spring Viceman Derbys Dore
Eliza Wood Wife M 29 Derbys Longston
John T. Wood Son 3 mos Yorks Sheffield


127. John William Hulley

1853 - born at Ecclesall - see 1861 census below.

1861 census
RG 9/3468 SHEFFIELD Ecclesall Bierlow f71? Whirlow Bridge
Jonathan Hulley Head Mar 57 Derbyshire Brampton
Ann Hulley Wife Mar 45 Derbyshire Brampton
Emma Hulley Dau Unmar 17 Derbyshire Ashford
Matilda Hulley Dau 11 Derbyshire Stoney Middleton
John Hulley Son 8 Yorkshire Ecclesall

1871 census
RG 10/4674 f127r Ecclesall Bierlow Whirlow Bridge
Jonathan Hulley Head M 61 Quarry Man Derbys Rowland
Ann Hulley Wife M 64 Derbys Brampton
Emma Hulley Dau U 27 Derbys Ashford
John Hulley Son U 18 Quarry Man Yorks Ecclesall Bierlow

1880 Jun qtr - married at Ecclesall Bierlow RD: Hulley John William Eccleshall Bierlow 9c 293.

1881 Jun qtr - son William Henry born at Ecclesall Bierlow RD: Hulley William Henry Ecclesall
Bierlow 9c 360.

1881 census
RG 11/4639 f.75 Little Common Ecclesall Ecclesall Bierlow, York
John HULLEY Head M 28 Stonemason Sheffield, York
Elizabeth A. HULLEY Wife M 28 Sheffield, York
William HULLEY Son 2w Sheffield, York

1882 Jun qtr - daughter Annie Eliza born at Doncaster RD: Hulley Annie Eliza Doncaster 9c 713.

1885 Jun qtr - son John Walter born at Ecclesall Bierlow RD: Hulley John Walter Ecclesall Bierlow 9c
403.

1888 Sep qtr - son Francis born at Ecclesall Bierlow: Hulley Francis Ecclesall Bierlow 9c 335.

1891 census
RG 12/3812 Ecclesall Bierlow f5r Alms Hill (Alms Hill Farm)
John Wm Hulley Head M 38 Farmer Yorks Ecclesall
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 38 Yorks Ecclesall
William H. Hulley Son 10 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
Annie E. Hulley Dau 8 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
John Wllm. Hulley Son 5 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
Francis Hulley Son 2 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
Rose Hannah Hulley Serv S 22 General serv. (Domestic) Yorks Ecclesall
John W. Gregory Serv S 19 Farm Labourer (Domestic) Yorks Ecclesall

1893 - KELLY'S SHEFFIELD DIRECTORY
Hulley John William, quarry owner, Whirlow Bridge, & farmer, Aluns Hill, Whirlow

1895 Jun qtr - son Charles Edward born at Ecclesall Bierlow RD: Hulley Charles Edward Ecclesall
Bierlow 9c 409. (GRO)

1901 census
RG 13/4359 f25r Ecclesall Bierlow WRY Alms Hill
John William Hulley Head 48 Farmer Yorks Sheffield
Elizabeth Ann Hulley Wife 48 Yorks Sheffield
William Henry Hulley Son 20 Farmers Son Yorks Sheffield
Ann Elizabeth Hulley Dau 17 Yorks Sheffield
John Walter Hulley Son 15 Farmers Son Yorks Sheffield
Francis Hulley Son 12 Yorks Sheffield
Charles Edwd Hulley Son 6 Yorks Sheffield
Frank Cook Serv S 17 Yorks Sheffield

1901 22 Jun - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - TO be SOLD by AUCTION - FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND , containing 4a. 0r.
24p., at Alms Hill, Broad Oak, Ecclesall, occupied by John Hulley.

1911 census
Ecclesall BIerlow RD 509; Ecclesall South SRD ED 16 piece 27794. Alms Hill Farm, Parkhead, Ecclesall,
John William Hulley Head 58 M Farmer Alms Hill Ecclesall
Elizabeth Ann Hulley Wife 58 M 30 yrs 6 ch 5 alive 1 died Whirlow Ecclesall
John Walter Hulley Son 28 S Farmer's Son Working on Farm Little Common Ecclesall
Frank Hulley Son 22 S Farmer's Son Working on Farm Alms Hill Ecclesall
Charles Edward Hulley Son 16 S Farmer's Son Working on Farm Alms Hill Ecclesall
Florence Sutton Servt 20 S General Servant Sheffield


Elizabeth Ann Crookes

1853 - born at Sheffield - see 1881 census below.

1880 Jun qtr - married at Ecclesall Bierlow RD: Crookes Elizabeth Ann Eccleshall Bierlow 9c 293
(FreeBMD).

1881 Jun qtr - son William Henry born at Ecclesall Bierlow RD: Hulley William Henry Ecclesall
Bierlow 9c 360.

1881 census
RG 11/4639 f.75 Little Common Ecclesall Ecclesall Bierlow, York
John HULLEY Head M 28 Stonemason Sheffield, York
Elizabeth A. HULLEY Wife M 28 Sheffield, York
William HULLEY Son 2w Sheffield, York

1882 Jun qtr - daughter Annie Eliza born at Doncaster RD: Hulley Annie Eliza Doncaster 9c 713.

1885 Jun qtr - son John Walter born at Ecclesall Bierlow RD: Hulley John Walter Ecclesall Bierlow 9c
403.

1888 Sep qtr - son Francis born at Ecclesall Bierlow: Hulley Francis Ecclesall Bierlow 9c 335.

1891 census
RG 12/3812 Ecclesall Bierlow f5r Alms Hill (Alms Hill Farm)
John Wm Hulley Head M 38 Farmer Yorks Ecclesall
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 38 Yorks Ecclesall
William H. Hulley Son 10 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
Annie E. Hulley Dau 8 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
John Wllm. Hulley Son 5 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
Francis Hulley Son 2 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
Rose Hannah Hulley Serv S 22 General serv. (Domestic) Yorks Ecclesall
John W. Gregory Serv S 19 Farm Labourer (Domestic) Yorks Ecclesall

1901 census
RG 13/4359 f25r Ecclesall Bierlow WRY Alms Hill
John William Hulley Head 48 Farmer Yorks Sheffield
Elizabeth Ann Hulley Wife 48 Yorks Sheffield
William Henry Hulley Son 20 Farmers Son Yorks Sheffield
Ann Elizabeth Hulley Dau 17 Yorks Sheffield
John Walter Hulley Son 15 Farmers Son Yorks Sheffield
Francis Hulley Son 12 Yorks Sheffield
Charles Edwd Hulley Son 6 Yorks Sheffield
Frank Cook Serv S 17 Yorks Sheffield

1911 census
Ecclesall BIerlow RD 509; Ecclesall South SRD ED 16 piece 27794. Alms Hill Farm, Parkhead, Ecclesall,
John William Hulley Head 58 M Farmer Alms Hill Ecclesall
Elizabeth Ann Hulley Wife 58 M 30 yrs 6 ch 5 alive 1 died Whirlow Ecclesall
John Walter Hulley Son 28 S Farmer's Son Working on Farm Little Common Ecclesall
Frank Hulley Son 22 S Farmer's Son Working on Farm Alms Hill Ecclesall
Charles Edward Hulley Son 16 S Farmer's Son Working on Farm Alms Hill Ecclesall
Florence Sutton Servt 20 S General Servant Sheffield

1942 Sep qtr - husband died at Sheffield RD: Hulley Charles E. age 47 vol 9c page 453 (FreeBMD).


241. Ann Elizabeth Hulley

1882 Jun qtr - born at Doncaster RD: Hulley Annie Eliza Doncaster 9c 713.

1891 census
RG 12/3812 Ecclesall Bierlow f5r Alms Hill (Alms Hill Farm)
John Wm Hulley Head M 38 Farmer Yorks Ecclesall
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 38 Yorks Ecclesall
William H. Hulley Son 10 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
Annie E. Hulley Dau 8 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
John Wllm. Hulley Son 5 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
Francis Hulley Son 2 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
Rose Hannah Hulley Serv S 22 General serv. (Domestic) Yorks Ecclesall
John W. Gregory Serv S 19 Farm Labourer (Domestic) Yorks Ecclesall

1901 census
RG 13/4359 f25r Ecclesall Bierlow WRY Alms Hill
John William Hulley Head 48 Farmer Yorks Sheffield
Elizabeth Ann Hulley Wife 48 Yorks Sheffield
William Henry Hulley Son 20 Farmers Son Yorks Sheffield
Ann Elizabeth Hulley Dau 17 Yorks Sheffield
John Walter Hulley Son 15 Farmers Son Yorks Sheffield
Francis Hulley Son 12 Yorks Sheffield
Charles Edwd Hulley Son 6 Yorks Sheffield
Frank Cook Serv S 17 Yorks Sheffield

1906 Dec qtr - married at Ecclesall Bierlow RD: Hulley Ann Elizabeth Ecclesall Bierlow 9c 567 (FreeBMD).

1906 21 Nov - married at St Mary's church Ecclesfield: Daniel Hancock 25 Bacheloe Mason Parkhead - father
Christopher Hancock Quarry Owner. Ann Elizabeth Hulley 23 Spinster Alms Hill - father John William
Hulley Farmer. Wits. El. Hancock, Wm H. Hulley.

1908 - dau Marjorie born at Sheffield - see 1911 census below.

1911 census
Ecclesall Bierlow RD 509; Ecclesall South SRD ED 5; 597 Abbeyfield Rd Sheffield
Charles Alfred Wilde Head 32 M Silver Chaser Yorks Sheffield
Elizabeth Wilde Wife 27 M 4yrs 1 ch 1 livg Yorks Sheffield
Marjorie Wilde Dau 3 (no entry)
Ada Brain Servt 15 S Domestic Servant Warwicks Upton


Daniel Hancock

1881 - born - see marriage entry below.

1906 21 Nov - married at St Mary's church Ecclesfield: Daniel Hancock 25 Bacheloe Mason Parkhead - father
Christopher Hancock Quarry Owner. Ann Elizabeth Hulley 23 Spinster Alms Hill - father John William
Hulley Farmer. Wits. El. Hancock, Wm H. Hulley.


242. John Walter Hulley

1885 Jun qtr - born at Ecclesall Bierlow RD: Hulley John Walter Ecclesall Bierlow 9c 403.

1891 census
RG 12/3812 Ecclesall Bierlow f5r Alms Hill (Alms Hill Farm)
John Wm Hulley Head M 38 Farmer Yorks Ecclesall
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 38 Yorks Ecclesall
William H. Hulley Son 10 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
Annie E. Hulley Dau 8 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
John Wllm. Hulley Son 5 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
Francis Hulley Son 2 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
Rose Hannah Hulley Serv S 22 General serv. (Domestic) Yorks Ecclesall
John W. Gregory Serv S 19 Farm Labourer (Domestic) Yorks Ecclesall

1901 census
RG 13/4359 f25r Ecclesall Bierlow WRY Alms Hill
John William Hulley Head 48 Farmer Yorks Sheffield
Elizabeth Ann Hulley Wife 48 Yorks Sheffield
William Henry Hulley Son 20 Farmers Son Yorks Sheffield
Ann Elizabeth Hulley Dau 17 Yorks Sheffield
John Walter Hulley Son 15 Farmers Son Yorks Sheffield
Francis Hulley Son 12 Yorks Sheffield
Charles Edwd Hulley Son 6 Yorks Sheffield
Frank Cook Serv S 17 Yorks Sheffield

1911 census
Ecclesall BIerlow RD 509; Ecclesall South SRD ED 16 piece 27794. Alms Hill Farm, Parkhead, Ecclesall,
John William Hulley Head 58 M Farmer Alms Hill Ecclesall
Elizabeth Ann Hulley Wife 58 M 30 yrs 6 ch 5 alive 1 died Whirlow Ecclesall
John Walter Hulley Son 28 S Farmer's Son Working on Farm Little Common Ecclesall
Frank Hulley Son 22 S Farmer's Son Working on Farm Alms Hill Ecclesall
Charles Edward Hulley Son 16 S Farmer's Son Working on Farm Alms Hill Ecclesall
Florence Sutton Servt 20 S General Servant Sheffield


243. Francis Hulley

1888 Sep qtr - born at Ecclesall Bierlow: Hulley Francis Ecclesall Bierlow 9c 335.

1891 census
RG 12/3812 Ecclesall Bierlow f5r Alms Hill (Alms Hill Farm)
John Wm Hulley Head M 38 Farmer Yorks Ecclesall
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 38 Yorks Ecclesall
William H. Hulley Son 10 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
Annie E. Hulley Dau 8 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
John Wllm. Hulley Son 5 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
Francis Hulley Son 2 Scholar Yorks Ecclesall
Rose Hannah Hulley Serv S 22 General serv. (Domestic) Yorks Ecclesall
John W. Gregory Serv S 19 Farm Labourer (Domestic) Yorks Ecclesall

1901 census
RG 13/4359 f25r Ecclesall Bierlow WRY Alms Hill
John William Hulley Head 48 Farmer Yorks Sheffield
Elizabeth Ann Hulley Wife 48 Yorks Sheffield
William Henry Hulley Son 20 Farmers Son Yorks Sheffield
Ann Elizabeth Hulley Dau 17 Yorks Sheffield
John Walter Hulley Son 15 Farmers Son Yorks Sheffield
Francis Hulley Son 12 Yorks Sheffield
Charles Edwd Hulley Son 6 Yorks Sheffield
Frank Cook Serv S 17 Yorks Sheffield

1911 census
Ecclesall BIerlow RD 509; Ecclesall South SRD ED 16 piece 27794. Alms Hill Farm, Parkhead, Ecclesall,
John William Hulley Head 58 M Farmer Alms Hill Ecclesall
Elizabeth Ann Hulley Wife 58 M 30 yrs 6 ch 5 alive 1 died Whirlow Ecclesall
John Walter Hulley Son 28 S Farmer's Son Working on Farm Little Common Ecclesall
Frank Hulley Son 22 S Farmer's Son Working on Farm Alms Hill Ecclesall
Charles Edward Hulley Son 16 S Farmer's Son Working on Farm Alms Hill Ecclesall
Florence Sutton Servt 20 S General Servant Sheffield


244. Charles Edward Hulley

1895 Jun qtr - born at Ecclesall Bierlow RD: Hulley Charles Edward Ecclesall Bierlow 9c 409. (GRO)

1901 census
RG 13/4359 f25r Ecclesall Bierlow WRY Alms Hill
John William Hulley Head 48 Farmer Yorks Sheffield
Elizabeth Ann Hulley Wife 48 Yorks Sheffield
William Henry Hulley Son 20 Farmers Son Yorks Sheffield
Ann Elizabeth Hulley Dau 17 Yorks Sheffield
John Walter Hulley Son 15 Farmers Son Yorks Sheffield
Francis Hulley Son 12 Yorks Sheffield
Charles Edwd Hulley Son 6 Yorks Sheffield
Frank Cook Serv S 17 Yorks Sheffield

1911 census
Ecclesall BIerlow RD 509; Ecclesall South SRD ED 16 piece 27794. Alms Hill Farm, Parkhead, Ecclesall,
John William Hulley Head 58 M Farmer Alms Hill Ecclesall
Elizabeth Ann Hulley Wife 58 M 30 yrs 6 ch 5 alive 1 died Whirlow Ecclesall
John Walter Hulley Son 28 S Farmer's Son Working on Farm Little Common Ecclesall
Frank Hulley Son 22 S Farmer's Son Working on Farm Alms Hill Ecclesall
Charles Edward Hulley Son 16 S Farmer's Son Working on Farm Alms Hill Ecclesall
Florence Sutton Servt 20 S General Servant Sheffield

Freemason Membership Register:
Lodge Initiation Date Passing Raising Name Age Residence
Walter Rodwell Wright Malta 1912-03-19 May-21 Jun-18 Hully Charles Edward 20 Malta

Profession Certificate Year Range
Electrical Fitter 07.10.12 1910-1921

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

1942 Sep qtr - died at Sheffield RD: Hulley Charles E. age 47 vol 9c page 453 (FreeBMD).


130. William Ulley

1813 24 Jan - baptised at Sheffield cathedral: William son of Edmund and Sarah Ulley (IGI).

1841 - dau Mary Ann born at Sheffield - see 1851 census below.

1841 census
HO 107/1337/8 f41r Sheffield Arundel Street
William Hulley 25 File Forger Y
Caroline Hulley 25 Y
Mary Ann Hulley 3mos Y

1844 Dec qtr - dau Elizabeth born at Wortley RD: Hulley Elizabeth Wortley 22 675 (GRO),

1848 Jun qtr - son John born at Sheffield RD: Hulley John Sheffield 22 614 (GRO).

1850 Dec qtr - dau Selina born at Eccleshall Bierlow RD: Hulley Selina Eccleshall Bierlow 22 181
(GRO).
Note: Although this peson is shown as Eleanor in the 1851 census, it is probable that
her name was changed to Selina before the 1861 census.

1851 census
HO 107/2336 f23r Nether Hallam 22 Queen Street
William Hulley Head M 39 File Striker Yorks Ecclesfield
Caroline Hulley Wife M 37 Yorks Sheffield
Mary Ann Hulley Dau 10 Scholar Yorks Sheffield
Elizabeth Hulley Dau 7 Yorks Sheffield
John Hulley Son 2 Yorks Brightside Bierlow
Eleanor Hulley Dau 7mos Yorks Nether Hallam
Mary Sutton Sister U 43 Warehouse woman Yorks Sheffield

1861 census
RG 9/3486 f36r Sheffield 95 Brightmore Street
William Hulley Head M 49 File Hardener York Sheffield
Caroline Hulley Wife M 48 Yorkshire Yorkshire (sic)
Elizabeth Hulley Dau 18 Silver Polisher Yorkshire Yorkshire (sic)
Selina Hulley Dau 10 Scholar Yorkshire Yorkshire (sic)

1865 25 Dec - dau Mary Ann married at St Stephen's church Sheffield: William Parker 43 Widower Joiner Hoyle Street -
father Marshall Parker Manager. Mary Ann X Hulley 22 Spinster Bramwell Street - father William Hulley
File Hardener. Wits: Thomas Bradwell, Mary Hill.

1871 census
RG 10/4681f57 Sheffield 62 Netherthorpe St
William Hulley Head M 59 File Smith Yorks Ecclesfield
Caroline Hulley Wife M 57 Yorks Sheffield

1881 census
RG11/4616 f135 Grens Ct Penistone Rd Ecclesfield
John Hulley Head M 32 Warehouseman Sheffield, York
Emily Hulley Wife M 33 Ecclesfield, York
Willie Hulley Son 8 Scholar Ecclesfield, York
Mary A. Hulley Dau 7 Scholar Ecclesfield, York
William Hulley Father W 69 File Hardener Ecclesfield, York


1889 27 Mar - shown on Will indexes: HULLEY William - The Will of William Hulley formerly of
Wadley Bridge in the parish of Ecclesfield but late of Ecclesfield both in the County of
York File Hardener who died 8 Mar 1889 at Ecclesfield was proved at Wakefield by
John Hulley of Ecclesfield Ironfounder the Son the Sole Executor.
Personal Estate £227.10s.


Caroline Sutton

1814 - born at Sheffield - see 1851 census below.

1841 - dau Mary Ann born at Sheffeild - see 1851 census below.

1841 census
HO 107/1337/8 f41r Sheffield Arundel Street
William Hulley 25 File Forger Y
Caroline Hulley 25 Y
Mary Ann Hulley 3mos Y

1844 Dec qtr - dau Elizabeth born at Wortley RD: Hulley Elizabeth Wortley 22 675 (GRO),

1848 Jun qtr - son John born at Sheffield RD: Hulley John Sheffield 22 614 (GRO).

1850 Dec qtr - dau Selina born at Eccleshall Bierlow RD: Hulley Selina Eccleshall Bierlow 22 181
(GRO).
Note: Although this peson is shown as Eleanor in the 1851 census, it is probable that
her name was changed to Selina before the 1861 census.

1851 census
HO 107/2336 f23r Nether Hallam 22 Queen Street
William Hulley Head M 39 File Striker Yorks Ecclesfield
Caroline Hulley Wife M 37 Yorks Sheffield
Mary Ann Hulley Dau 10 Scholar Yorks Sheffield
Elizabeth Hulley Dau 7 Yorks Sheffield
John Hulley Son 2 Yorks Brightside Bierlow
Eleanor Hulley Dau 7mos Yorks Nether Hallam
Mary Sutton Sister U 43 Warehouse woman Yorks Sheffield

1861 census
RG 9/3486 f36r Sheffield 95 Brightmore Street
William Hulley Head M 49 File Hardener York Sheffield
Caroline Hulley Wife M 48 Yorkshire Yorkshire (sic)
Elizabeth Hulley Dau 18 Silver Polisher Yorkshire Yorkshire (sic)
Selina Hulley Dau 10 Scholar Yorkshire Yorkshire (sic)

1865 25 Dec - dau Mary Ann married at St Stephen's church Sheffield: William Parker 43 Widower Joiner Hoyle Street -
father Marshall Parker Manager. Mary Ann X Hulley 22 Spinster Bramwell Street - father William Hulley
File Hardener. Wits: Thomas Bradwell, Mary Hill.

1871 census
RG 10/4681f57 Sheffield 62 Netherthorpe St
William Hulley Head M 59 File Smith Yorks Ecclesfield
Caroline Hulley Wife M 57 Yorks Sheffield

1878 Dec qtr - died at Wortley RD: Hulley Caroline 64 Wortley 9c 165 (FreeBMD)


245. Mary Ann Hulley

1841 Mar qtr - born at Sheffield RD: Hulley Mary Ann Sheffield 22 596 (GRO).

1851 census
HO 107/2336 f23r Nether Hallam 22 Queen Street
William Hulley Head M 39 File Striker Yorks Ecclesfield
Caroline Hulley Wife M 37 Yorks Sheffield
Mary Ann Hulley Dau 10 Scholar Yorks Sheffield
Elizabeth Hulley Dau 7 Yorks Sheffield
John Hulley Son 2 Yorks Brightside Bierlow
Eleanor Hulley Dau 7mos Yorks Nether Hallam
Mary Sutton Sister U 43 Warehouse woman Yorks Sheffield

1865 25 Dec - married at St Stephen's church Sheffield: William Parker 43 Widower Joiner Hoyle Street - father
Marshall Parker Manager. Mary Ann X Hulley 22 Spinster Bramwell Street - father William Hulley File
Hardener. Wits: Thomas Bradwell, Mary Hill.


William Parker

1822 - married - see marriage entry below.

1865 25 Dec - married at St Stephen's church Sheffield: William Parker 43 Widower Joiner Hoyle Street - father
Marshall Parker Manager. Mary Ann X Hulley 22 Spinster Bramwell Street - father William Hulley File
Hardener. Wits: Thomas Bradwell, Mary Hill.


137. Mary Ann Hulley

1825 - born at Golcar - see 1851 census below.

1845 10 Aug - married at St Peter and Paul Cathedral Sheffield: Joseph X Addy 22 Bachelor Filesmth Carver Street -
father Jno. Addy Shoemr. Mary Ann Hulley 20 Spinster Carver Street - father Geo. Hulley Sweep. Wits:
Thos x Parker, J. Hudson.

1851 census
HO 107/2317 f462r Holbeck, Leeds 10 Rosemary Place
Joseph Addy Head M 31 Clothier Yorks Wortley, Leeds
Mary Ann Addy Wife M 31 Yorks Golcar, Huddersfield
Moses Hinchcliffe Son 13 Works in a Flax Mill Yorks Leeds
Elizabeth Addy Dau 5 Scholar Yorks Leeds
Emma Addy Dau 8mos Yorks Holbeck, Leeds


Joseph Addy

1820 - born at Golcar - see 1851 census below.

1845 10 Aug - married St Peter and Paul Cathedral Sheffield: Joseph X Addy 22 Bachelor Filesmth Carver Street - father
Jno. Addy Shoemr. Mary Ann Hulley 20 Spinster Carver Street - father Geo. Hulley Sweep. Wits: Thos X
Parker J. Hudson.

1851 census
HO 107/2317 f462r Holbeck, Leeds 10 Rosemary Place
Joseph Addy Head M 31 Clothier Yorks Wortley, Leeds
Mary Ann Addy Wife M 31 Yorks Golcar, Huddersfield
Moses Hinchcliffe Son 13 Works in a Flax Mill Yorks Leeds
Elizabeth Addy Dau 5 Scholar Yorks Leeds
Emma Addy Dau 8mos Yorks Holbeck, Leeds


249. Elizabeth Addy

1846 - born at Leeds - see 1851 census below.

1851 census
HO 107/2317 f462r Holbeck, Leeds 10 Rosemary Place
Joseph Addy Head M 31 Clothier Yorks Wortley, Leeds
Mary Ann Addy Wife M 31 Yorks Golcar, Huddersfield
Moses Hinchcliffe Son 13 Works in a Flax Mill Yorks Leeds
Elizabeth Addy Dau 5 Scholar Yorks Leeds
Emma Addy Dau 8mos Yorks Holbeck, Leeds


250. Emma Addy

1850 - born at Holbeck, Leeds - see 1851 census below.

1851 census
HO 107/2317 f462r Holbeck, Leeds 10 Rosemary Place
Joseph Addy Head M 31 Clothier Yorks Wortley, Leeds
Mary Ann Addy Wife M 31 Yorks Golcar, Huddersfield
Moses Hinchcliffe Son 13 Works in a Flax Mill Yorks Leeds
Elizabeth Addy Dau 5 Scholar Yorks Leeds
Emma Addy Dau 8mos Yorks Holbeck, Leeds


140. George Hulley

1837 Dec qtr - born at Sheffield : Hulley George Sheffield 22 399 (GRO).

1841 census
HO 107/1338 f8 14r Sheffield Cawer Lane
Geo Hulley 35 Chimney Sweeper N
Mary Hulley 25 (*sic) Y
Mary Hulley 12 Y
Ann Hulley 6 Y
Geo Hulley 4 Y
Robt Hulley 1mo Y
This age is as shown but it doesn't match her age shown in other census returns.

1851 census
HO 107/2337 f450 Ecclesall Bierlow 37 Brammall Lane
Sarah Walker Hkeeper M 59 House keeper [+ serv, 3 visitors] Yorks Cregglestone
George Hulley App U 15 Apprentice Whitesmith Sheffield

1859 Jun qtr - married at Sheffield RD Hulley George Sheffield 9c 385 (FreeBMD).

1859 27 Jun - married at St George's church Sheffield: George Hulley 22 Bachelor Sweep St Thomas' Street - father
George Hulley Sweep; Susannah Maiden Franks 20 Spinster Rockingham Street - father Frederick
Franks Table Blade Grinder. Wits: Frederick Hollinsworth, Clara X Franks.

1859 Dec qtr - son George born at Sheffield RD: Hulley George Sheffield 9c 244 (GRO).

1861 census
RG 9/3477 f54r Sheffield 22 St Thos. Street
Mary Hulley Head W 55 Charwoman Yorks Sheffield
Emily Holingworth Dau M 19 Silver Burnisher Yorks Sheffield
Clara Hully Dau U 14 Yorks Sheffield
George Hully Son M 24 Chimney sweeper Yorks Sheffield

1863 Mar qtr - son Walter born at Sheffield RD: Hulley Walter Sheffield 9c 282 (GRO).

1868 Dec qtr - dau Ann Elizabeth born at Sheffield RD: Hully Ann Elizabeth Sheffield 9c 315 (GRO).

1871 - dau Norah born at Sheffield - see 1871 census below. (No GRO entry)

1871 census
RG 10/4677 f31r Sheffield Ct 3 No.3 Portobello St
George Hulley Head M 34 Chimney Sweep Yorks Sheffield
Susannah Hulley Wife M 31 Yorks Sheffield
George Hulley Son 12 Yorks Sheffield
Walter Hulley Son 7 Yorks Sheffield
Anne E. Hulley Dau 2 Yorks Sheffield
Norah Hulley Dau 1 mo Yorks Sheffield

1872 Dec qtr - dau Nora died Sheffield RD: Hulley Nora Sheffield 9c 190 (GRO).

1879 - WHITE’S DIRECTORY OF SHEFFIELD AND ROTHERHAM etc
Sheffield - St Thomas st Ct 2 No.5 Hulley Geo. chimneysweeper
- Hulley George, chimney sweeper, 5 Ct.2 , St Thomas’ st

1879 Jun qtr - son Joseph born at Sheffield RD: Hulley Joseph Sheffield 9c 405 (GRO).

1881 - KELLY’S DIRECTORY OF WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE
Chimney Sweep Hulley Geo. 34 West John st. Sheffield

1881 census
RG 11/4642 f38 34 West John St Sheffield
George Ulley Head M 46 Chimney Sweeper Sheffield, York
Susan Ulley Wife M 40 Sheffield, York
Walter Ulley Son 18 (No Occ) Sheffield, York
Annie E. Ulley Dau 12 Scholar Sheffield, York
Joseph Ulley Son 2 Sheffield, York

1891 census
RG 12/3814 f148r Sheffield Orange St 3 Ct 3
George Hulley Head M 54 Chimney Sweep Sheffield Yorks
Susannah Hulley Wife M 52 Cutler Silver Burnisher Sheffield Yorks
Joseph Hulley Son S 12 Cutler Silver Burnisher Sheffield Yorks
Geo. Walter Franks Neph S 20 Cutler Table Blade Grinder Sheffield Yorks
Lily Franks Neice S 9 Scholar Sheffield Yorks

1901 Mar qtr - died at Sheffield RD: Hulley George 63 Sheffield 9c 287 (FreeBMD).


Susannah Maiden Franks

1840 - born at Sheffield - see 1871 census below.

1859 Jul qtr - married at Sheffield RD Franks Susannah Maiden Sheffield 9c 385 (FreeBMD).

1859 27 Jun - married at St George's church Sheffield: George Hulley 22 Bachelor Sweep St Thomas' Street - father
George Hulley Sweep; Susannah Maiden Franks 20 Spinster Rockingham Street - father Frederick
Franks Table Blade Grinder. Wits: Frederick Hollinsworth, Clara X Franks.

1859 Dec qtr - son George born at Sheffield RD: Hulley George Sheffield 9c 244 (GRO).

1861 census
RG 9/3472 f56 Ecclesall Bierlow Ct 6 Rockingham Lane
Frederick Franks Head M 48 Table Blade Grinder Yorks Sheffield
Harriet Franks Wife M 50 Yorks Sheffield
Sushannah Franks (Hulley) Dau M 22 Silver Burnisher Yorks Sheffield
Walter Franks Son 15 Table Blade Grinder Yorks Sheffield
Norah Franks Dau 10 Scholar Yorks Sheffield
George Hulley Gdson 1 Yorks Sheffield

1863 Mar qtr - son Walter born at Sheffield RD: Hulley Walter Sheffield 9c 282 (GRO).

1868 Dec qtr - dau Ann Elizabeth born at Sheffield RD: Hully Ann Elizabeth Sheffield 9c 315 (GRO).

1871 - dau Norah born at Sheffield - see 1871 census below. (No GRO entry)

1871 census
RG 10/4677 f31r Sheffield Ct 3 No.3 Portobello St
George Hulley Head M 34 Chimney Sweep Yorks Sheffield
Susannah Hulley Wife M 31 Yorks Sheffield
George Hulley Son 12 Yorks Sheffield
Walter Hulley Son 7 Yorks Sheffield
Anne E. Hulley Dau 2 Yorks Sheffield
Norah Hulley Dau 1 mo Yorks Sheffield

1872 Dec qtr - dau Nora died Sheffield RD: Hulley Nora Sheffield 9c 190 (GRO).

1879 Jun qtr - son Joseph born at Sheffield RD: Hulley Joseph Sheffield 9c 405 (GRO).

1881 census
RG 11/4642 f38 34 West John St Sheffield
George Ulley Head M 46 Chimney Sweeper Sheffield, York
Susan Ulley Wife M 40 Sheffield, York
Walter Ulley Son 18 (No Occ) Sheffield, York
Annie E. Ulley Dau 12 Scholar Sheffield, York
Joseph Ulley Son 2 Sheffield, York

891 census
RG 12/3814 f148r Sheffield Orange St 3 Ct 3
George Hulley Head M 54 Chimney Sweep Sheffield Yorks
Susannah Hulley Wife M 52 Cutler Silver Burnisher Sheffield Yorks
Joseph Hulley Son S 12 Cutler Silver Burnisher Sheffield Yorks
Geo. Walter Franks Neph S 20 Cutler Table Blade Grinder Sheffield Yorks
Lily Franks Neice S 9 Scholar Sheffield Yorks

1901 census
RG 13/4361 f150 Sheffield 3/3 Orange Street
Susannah Hulley Head W 60 Silver burnisher Yorks Sheffield
Joseph Hulley Son S 21 Chimney sweep Yorks Sheffield
George W. Franks Neph S 30 Labourer (Wood Yard) Yorks Sheffield


253. Ann Elizabeth Hulley

1868 Dec qtr - born at Sheffield RD: Hully Ann Elizabeth Sheffield 9c 315 (GRO).

1871 census
RG 10/4677 f31r Sheffield Ct 3 No.3 Portobello St
George Hulley Head M 34 Chimney Sweep Yorks Sheffield
Susannah Hulley Wife M 31 Yorks Sheffield
George Hulley Son 12 Yorks Sheffield
Walter Hulley Son 7 Yorks Sheffield
Anne E. Hulley Dau 2 Yorks Sheffield
Norah Hulley Dau 1 mo Yorks Sheffield

1881 census
RG 11/4642 f38 34 West John St Sheffield
George Ulley Head M 46 Chimney Sweeper Sheffield, York
Susan Ulley Wife M 40 Sheffield, York
Walter Ulley Son 18 (No Occ) Sheffield, York
Annie E. Ulley Dau 12 Scholar Sheffield, York
Joseph Ulley Son 2 Sheffield, York

1890 Jun qtr - married at Sheffield RD: Hulley Annie Elizabeth Sheffield 9c 814 (GRO).

1890 06 Apr - married at St Mary's church Sheffield: Frederick Wiggett 23 Bachelor Silversmith 32 Brittain Street - father
Joseph Wigget Carter; Annie Elizabet Hulley 21 Spinster 30 Brittain Street - father George Hulley
Chimney-Sweeper. Wits Tom Ward, Harriet Lindley.

1891 census
RG 12/3809 f24 Ecclesall Bierlow 32 Harrington Road
Joseph Wiggett Head M 50 Carter (+ 3 chd) Derbys Hathersage
Hannah Wiggett Wife M 45 Yorks Thorpe Kesley
Frederick Wiggett Son M 24 Silversmith Gold Yorks Sheffield
Anne E. Wiggett D-in-L M 22 Yorks Sheffield


Frederick Wiggett

1867 - born at Sheffield - see 1891 census

1890 Jun qtr - married at Sheffield RD: Hulley Annie Elizabeth Sheffield 9c 814 (GRO).

1890 06 Apr - married at St Mary's church Sheffield: Frederick Wiggett 23 Bachelor Silversmith 32 Brittain Street - father
Joseph Wigget Carter; Annie Elizabet Hulley 21 Spinster 30 Brittain Street - father George Hulley
Chimney-Sweeper. Wits Tom Ward, Harriet Lindley.

1891 census
RG 12/3809 f24 Ecclesall Bierlow 32 Harrington Road
Joseph Wiggett Head M 50 Carter (+ 3 chd) Derbys Hathersage
Hannah Wiggett Wife M 45 Yorks Thorpe Kesley
Frederick Wiggett Son M 24 Silversmith Gold Yorks Sheffield
Anne E. Wiggett D-in-L M 22 Yorks Sheffield


254. Norah Hulley

1871 - born at Sheffield - see 1871 census below. (No GRO entry)

1871 census
RG 10/4677 f31r Sheffield Ct 3 No.3 Portobello St
George Hulley Head M 34 Chimney Sweep Yorks Sheffield
Susannah Hulley Wife M 31 Yorks Sheffield
George Hulley Son 12 Yorks Sheffield
Walter Hulley Son 7 Yorks Sheffield
Anne E. Hulley Dau 2 Yorks Sheffield
Norah Hulley Dau 1 mo Yorks Sheffield

1872 Dec qtr - died Sheffield RD: Hulley Nora Sheffield 9c 190 (GRO).


255. Joseph Hulley

1879 Jun qtr - born at Sheffield RD: Hulley Joseph Sheffield 9c 405 (GRO).

1881 census
RG 11/4642 f38 34 West John St Sheffield
George Ulley Head M 46 Chimney Sweeper Sheffield, York
Susan Ulley Wife M 40 Sheffield, York
Walter Ulley Son 18 (No Occ) Sheffield, York
Annie E. Ulley Dau 12 Scholar Sheffield, York
Joseph Ulley Son 2 Sheffield, York

891 census
RG 12/3814 f148r Sheffield Orange St 3 Ct 3
George Hulley Head M 54 Chimney Sweep Sheffield Yorks
Susannah Hulley Wife M 52 Cutler Silver Burnisher Sheffield Yorks
Joseph Hulley Son S 12 Cutler Silver Burnisher Sheffield Yorks
Geo. Walter Franks Neph S 20 Cutler Table Blade Grinder Sheffield Yorks
Lily Franks Neice S 9 Scholar Sheffield Yorks

1901 census
RG 13/4361 f150 Sheffield 3/3 Orange Street
Susannah Hulley Head W 60 Silver burnisher Yorks Sheffield
Joseph Hulley Son S 21 Chimney sweep Yorks Sheffield
George W. Franks Neph S 30 Labourer (Wood Yard) Yorks Sheffield

1903 Mar qtr - married at Ecclesall Bierlow RD: Hulley Joseph 9c 422 (FreeBMD)

1903 23 Mar - married at St Barnabas' church Sheffield: Joseph Hulley 22 Bachelor Chimney Sweeper 35 Harrington
Road - father George Hulley (deceased) Chimney Sweeper; Mary Ellen Baxter 18 Spinster 26 Holland
Road - father George Baxter (deceased) Engineer. Wits. Charles Gaines, Lousia Rusling.

1905 - WHITE’S DIRECTORY OF SHEFFIELD & ROTHERHAM
Sheffield - Orange street Court 3 Hulley J. & G. chimney sweepers
Hulley J. & G. chimney sweepers & soot dealers, 3 Court, 3 House, Orange street
Chimney Sweepers Hulley J. & G. 3 Court, 3 House, Orange street, S

1911 - WHITE’S DIRECTORY OF SHEFFIELD & ROTHERHAM
Sheffield - Orange Street Court 3 Hulley J. & G. chimney sweepers

1911 census
Sheffield RD 510; North Sheffield SRD ED 14; Piece 27881. 5 Hammond Place,Hammond St Sheffield.
John Arthur Baxter Head 48 M Foundry Labourer Yorks Sheffield
Betsy Ann Baxter Wife 50 M 29 yrs 6 ch 4 livg 2 died Gainsboro Lincs
William Alfred Baxter Son 28 W Railway Labourer Swindon
Charles Henry Baxter Son 27 S Fish Hawker Hull Yorks
Joseph Hulley S in L 30 M Bricklayer's Labourer Yorks Sheffield
Mary Ellen Hulley Dau 26 M Yorks York
Walter Hulley G son 7 (not shown)
Ellen Baxter Dau 5 (not shown)


Mary Ellen Baxter

1903 Mar qtr - married at Eccesall Bierlow RD: Baxter Mary Ellen 9c 422 (FreeBMD).

1903 23 Mar - married at St Barnabas' church Sheffield: Joseph Hulley 22 Bachelor Chimney Sweeper 35 Harrington
Road - father George Hulley (deceased) Chimney Sweeper; Mary Ellen Baxter 18 Spinster 26 Holland
Road - father George Baxter (deceased) Engineer. Wits. Charles Gaines, Lousia Rusling.

1911 census
Sheffield RD 510; North Sheffield SRD ED 14; Piece 27881. 5 Hammond Place,Hammond St Sheffield.
John Arthur Baxter Head 48 M Foundry Labourer Yorks Sheffield
Betsy Ann Baxter Wife 50 M 29 yrs 6 ch 4 livg 2 died Gainsboro Lincs
William Alfred Baxter Son 28 W Railway Labourer Swindon
Charles Henry Baxter Son 27 S Fish Hawker Hull Yorks
Joseph Hulley S in L 30 M Bricklayer's Labourer Yorks Sheffield
Mary Ellen Hulley Dau 26 M Yorks York
Walter Hulley G son 7 (not shown)
Ellen Baxter Dau 5 (not shown)


143. Clara Hulley

1847 Mar qtr - born at Sheffield : Hulley Clara Sheffield 22 660 (GRO).

1851 census
HO 107/2338 f362 Sheffield 28 Newcastle Street
George Hulley Head M 47 Chimney Sweep Barley Derbys
Mary Hulley Wife M 47 Norton Derbys
Emely Hulley Dau 8 Sheffield Yorks
Clara Hulley Dau 4 Sheffield Yorks

1861 census
RG 9/3477 f54r Sheffield 22 St Thos. Street
Mary Hulley Head W 55 Charwoman Yorks Sheffield
Emily Holingworth Dau M 19 Silver Burnisher Yorks Sheffield
Clara Hully Dau U 14 Yorks Sheffield
George Hully Son M 24 Chimney sweeper Yorks Sheffield

1866 Mar qtr - married at Sheffield RD: Hulley Clara Sheffield 9c 431(FreeBMD).

1866 14 Jan - married at St George's church Sheffield: George X Gambles 20 Bachelor Stove Grate Fitter St Thomas
Street - father William Gambles Stove Grate Fitter; Clara Hulley 19 Spinster St Thomas Street - father
George Hulley Sweep. Wits: George X Hulley, Mary X Hulley.

1871 census
RG 10/4676 f158r Sheffield 20 St Thomas St
Mary Hully Head W 65 Norton Derbys
Clara Gambles Dau M 24 Sheffield
Joseph W. Gambles G-son 9mo Sheffield
Joseph Drinkwell Brder U 25 Pen & Pocket Blade Grinder Sheffield

1881 census
RG 11/4642 f16 20 St Thomas St Sheffield
Mary Hulley Head W 72 Morton (sic), Derby
Clara Gamble Dau M 35 Sheffield, York
Annie Drinkel G-Dau 4 Sheffield, York
Samuel Twigg Ldger W 67 Razer Blade Forger (Cutler) Congleton, Derby
Alwyn Gillet Ldger U 19 Razer Blade Striker Stannington, York


George Gambles

1866 Mar qtr - married at Sheffield RD: Gambles George Sheffield 9c 431(FreeBMD).

1866 14 Jan - married at St George's church Sheffield: George X Gambles 20 Bachelor Stove Grate Fitter St Thomas
Street - father William Gambles Stove Grate Fitter; Clara Hulley 19 Spinster St Thomas Street - father
George Hulley Sweep. Wits: George X Hulley, Mary X Hulley.


146. John Hulley

1835 9 Feb - baptised at St Ann's church Baslow: John son of William & Ann Hulley of Curbar ostler.

1841 census
HO 107/183/11 f6r Curbar
John Barton 65 Farmer (+ 4 chn.) Y
John Hully 6 Y

1851 census
HO 107/2339 f419r Sheffield Infirmary Road 17
Samuel Pearson Head M 52 Carpenter emp 9 men [+w, 4 cn, 1 vstr] Derbys Buxton
John Hully App U 16 Carpenter Derbys Curbar

1861 census
RG 9/3506 f108rev Kimberworth 51 Mary Street
Joseph Hucknall Head Mar 45 Sawyer (+ w , 2 children) Winthorp Notts
John Hulley Lodger Unmar 26 Joiner & carpenter Curber Derbys

1865 Mar qtr - married at Sheffield RD: HULLEY John Sheffield 9c 475 (FreeBMD).

1865 30 Jan - married at St Philip's church Sheffield: John Hulley Full age Bachelor Joiner Lanysett Rd. - father William
Hulley Coachman; Jane Booker Full age Spinster Lanysett Rd. - father Peter Booker Wood-Cutter. Wits
Samuel Booker Frances Baron.

1866 7 Oct - son William Henry baptised at St Philip's church Shalesmoor, Sheffield: William Henry
son of Jane & John Hulley - Joiner - Creswick Street.

1871 census
RG 10/4663 f85r Nether Hallam 116 Greaves St
John Hulley Head M 36 Joiner Curbar Derbys
Jane Hulley Wife M 30 Holmesfield Derbys
William Henry Hulley Son 4 Sheffield Yorks
Clara Hill Niece 4 Holmesfield Derbys


1881 census
RG 11/4623 f.123 429 Penistone Road Nether Hallam, York
John HULLEY Head M 46 Master Joiner Employing 1 Boy Curbar, Derby
Jane HULLEY Wife M 36 Holmesfield, Derby
William Hy. HULLEY Son U 14 Drapers Cash Boy (Clerk) Sheffield, York

1891 census
RG 12/3795 f61 Nether Hallam 429 Penistone Road
John Hulley Head M 56 Joiner etc Derbys Curbar
Jane Hulley Wife M 49 Derbys Holmesfield

1901 census
RG 13/3260 f59r Holmesfield DBY Holmesfield Grove
John Hulley Head M 66 Retired Joiner cash Derbyshire Curbar
Jane Hulley Wife M 59 Derbyshire Holmesfield

1908 11 Jan - died at Hillsborough Sheffield - see Probate Index entry below.

1908 - Probate Index entry: Hulley John of 29 Warner-road Hillsborough Sheffield died 11 January 1908
Administration Wakefield 19 March to William Henry Hulley joiner Effects £1290 2s. 1d.


Jane Booker

1846 - born at Holmesfield, Derby - see 1881 census below.

1865 Mar qtr - married at Sheffield RD: Booker Jane Sheffield 9c 475 (FreeBMD).

1865 30 Jan - married at St Philip's church Sheffield: John Hulley Full age Bachelor Joiner Lanysett Rd. - father William
Hulley Coachman; Jane Booker Full age Spinster Lanysett Rd. - father Peter Booker Wood-Cutter. Wits
Samuel Booker Frances Baron.

1866 7 Oct - son William Henry baptised at St Philip's church Shalesmoor, Sheffield: William Henry
son of Jane & John Hulley - Joiner - Creswick Street.

1871 census
RG 10/4663 f85r Nether Hallam 116 Greaves St
John Hulley Head M 36 Joiner Curbar Derbys
Jane Hulley Wife M 30 Holmesfield Derbys
William Henry Hulley Son 4 Sheffield Yorks
Clara Hill Niece 4 Holmesfield Derbys

1881 census
RG 11/4623 f.123 429 Penistone Road Nether Hallam, York
John HULLEY Head M 46 Master Joiner Employing 1 Boy Curbar, Derby
Jane HULLEY Wife M 36 Holmesfield, Derby
William Hy. HULLEY Son U 14 Drapers Cash Boy (Clerk) Sheffield, York

1891 census
RG 12/3795 f61 Nether Hallam 429 Penistone Road
John Hulley Head M 56 Joiner etc Derbys Curbar
Jane Hulley Wife M 49 Derbys Holmesfield

1901 census
RG 13/3260 f59r Holmesfield DBY Holmesfield Grove
John Hulley Head M 66 Retired Joiner cash Derbyshire Curbar
Jane Hulley Wife M 59 Derbyshire Holmesfield

1908 11 Jan - husband died at Hillsborough Sheffield - see Probate Index entry below.

1908 - Husband's Probate Index entry: Hulley John of 29 Warner-road Hillsborough Sheffield died 11 January
1908 Administration Wakefield 19 March to William Henry Hulley joiner Effects £1290 2s. 1d.


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