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Derby02- Descendants of George Hulley father of George Hulley who was baptised at Baslow in 1743

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199. Benjamin Bradbury Hulley

,1847 9 Dec - born at Edensor: Benjamin Bradbury boy - father Benjamin Hulley Labour mother Elizabeth Hulley
formerly Bradbury; informant Benjn. Hulley Father Edensor 13 Dec 1847.

1851 census
HO 107/2149 f267r Beeley
Job Stone Head M 43 Ag Labourer [+w, 2 cn] Derbys Beeley
Benjamin Hulley Lodger 5 Scholar Derbys Edensor
James Marsden Lodger 64 Gen Labr Derbys Darley

1861 census
RG 9/2540 f36rev Beeley
Job Stone Head Mar 53 Lab +wife, son, gddau Derbys Beeley
James Marsden Uncle Widr 84 Broom Maker Derbys Darley
Benjamin Hulley Boarder Unmar 15 Carter Derbys Edensor

1869 18 Sep - married at Beeley, Derbyshire: Benjamin Bradbury Hulley aged 21 Single - father Benjamin Hulley; Eliz.
Halksworth aged 21 Single - father Robert Halksworth.

1870 Sep qtr - daughter Edith born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Edith Bakewell 7b 591 (GRO).

1870 28 Aug - daughter Edith baptised at Beeley church: Edith Hully - father Benjamin Hully mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1871 census
RG 10/3628 f8r Beeley
Benjamin Hulley Head M 23 Ag. Lab Derbys Edensor
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 23 Ag. Lab Wife Derbys Baslow
Edith Hulley Dau U 7mos Ag. Lab Dau Derbys Beeley

1872 Sep qtr - son Arthur born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Arthur Bakewell 7b 611 (GRO).

1872 27 Aug - son Arthur baptised at Beeley church: Arthur Hully - father Benjamin Hully mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1874 28 Jul - dau Florence born - see National School Admission Registers.

1874 16 Aug - dau Florence baptised at Beeley church: Florence Hully - father Benjamin Hully mother Elizabeth
(FamilySearch).

1876 Jun qtr - daughter Mary Elizabeth born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Mary Elizabeth Bakewell 7b 762 (GRO).

1876 16 Apr - daughter Mary Elizabeth born - see School Admisson Registers.

1878 Jun qtr - daughter Annie Louise born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Annie Louise Bakewell 7b 771(GRO).

1878 22 Apr - daughter Annie Louise baptised at Beeley Derbyshire - source lost.

1880 Jun qtr - son George born at Bakewell RD: Hulley George Bakewell 7b 801 (GRO).

1880 11 Apr - son George born - see National School Admission Registers.

1880 16 May - son George baptised at Beeley Derbyshire (FamilySearch).

1881census
RG 11/3448 f. 35 Road Beeley, Derby
Benjamin HULLEY Head M 33 General Laboror Edensor, Derby
Elizabeth HULLEY Wife M 33 Baslow, Derby
Edith HULLEY Daur 10 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Arthur HULLEY Son 8 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Florence HULLEY Daur 6 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Mary E. HULLEY Daur 4 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Annie L. HULLEY Daur 2 Beeley, Derby
George HULLY Son 11m Beeley, Derby
Saml. DOWNS Boarder 27 Carter (Ag Lab) Beeley, Derby

1887 Jun qtr - wife died at Bakewell RD: Hulley Elizabeth 39 Bakewell 7b 401 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/2774 f67 Beeley Brook House?
Benjamin Hulley Head W 43 General Laborer Derbys Beeley
Edith Hulley Dau S 20 Derbys Beeley
Arthur Hulley Son S 18 General Laborer Derbys Beeley
Mary E. Hulley Dau 14 Scholar Derbys Beeley
Annie L. Hulley Dau 12 Scholar Derbys Beeley
George Hulley Son 10 Scholar Derbys Beeley

1891 13 Jul - listed in report of The Times - Poaching Affray at Chatsworth Incl Thomas Burgin, another keeper, and
Benjamin Hulley, a watcher, sustained severe blows about the head, and Herbert Tippin was maimed for
some little time by repeated blows on the legs. The three latter men were removed to the head keeper's
house, where Dr. Wrench bandaged their wounds.

1891 15 Jul - Derby Mercury - Poaching Affray at Chatsworth. A serious poaching affray occurred at Chatsworth on
Friday night. It is reported that the keepers, who numbered seven, had become aware of the projected
raid, and about one o'clock they came across the marauders, who were engaged in setting nets. The
head keeper, Mr Munro, gave the signal to his men to advance on the poachers. The latter were well
provided with ammunition in the shape of large stones which they hurled at the keepers, some of whom
sustained very serious wounds. Keepers and poachers were soon in close conflict, and a desperate
hand-to-hand fight took place. Both parties were armed with stout cudgels. After 10 minutes hard fighting
the poachers retreated, leaving one of their comrades, named Mark Madee, a Chesterfield collier, in the
hands of the keepers. A keeper named Benjamin Stone was fearfully battered about the head. He was at
once conveyed to his home at Hill Top. Thomas Burgin, another keeper, and Benjamin Hulley, a watcher,
sustained severe bruises about the head; and a fourth man, Herbert Tippin, was maimed for some time
by repeated blows on the legs. The latter three men were removed to the head keeper's house, where Dr
Wrench bandaged their wounds. The poachers, it is stated, have fared equally badly. They left two skull
hats on the field, both of which were saturated with blood. Although the poachers had six or seven rabbit
nets with them, only one was captured. In this two rabbits had already become entangled.
News of the encounter was telegraphed to Chesterfield, and later in the morning Michael O'Reilly, James
White, and John Parrott, the latter of whom had a severe cut over his right temple, was arrested at Chester-
-f ield. On Sunday, the police succeeded in making several other captures, and altogether six men are in
custody, leaving only one unaccounted for. Their names are -- James White, John Barrett, and Michael
Riley, Chesterfield; and Herbert Hardy, James Woodward, and Thomas Orwin, of Newbold Moor. All the
men are colliers. They were brought before Mr S. Birkett. Sgt Wheatley deposed to apprehending White
at about 6.30 on Saturday morning near the Queens Park, Chesterfield. His trousers, up to the knees,
were wet, and so were his boots. White told him that he had just come out of his house to go mushroom--
-ing. In the lock-up the prisoner admitted that he had been to Chatsworth. The men were remanded to
Bakewell, and being transferred there were at once brought before Mr Nesfield. The principal witness,
Tom Bington, stated that on the morning of the 10th he was watching with Tipping, Stone, Tomlinson, and
other keepers, when they saw a number of men pass by them. They set nets. The keepers went towards
them. They threw stones, which they took from their pockets, and prisoner Riley attacked him and others
as well, and knocked him on the head. Other keepers identified the other prisoners as taking part in the
encounter. Dr Wrench said that the keeper Stone was not able to leave his bed. Prisoners were
remanded for a week.
The injured gamekeeper, Benjamin Stone, whose case is the most serious, passed a very restless and
painful day on Sunday, but on Monday there was a distinct change for the better. His injuries consist of
bruises and wounds about the head, and it is believed that his right wrist is broken. It was feared that in
the fight his skull had been fractured, but this is not so. Stone, it is expected, will get better. The other
injured men, Benjamin Hulley, Thomas Bergin, and Herbert Tiffin, are progressing satisfactorily. Hulley,
who was almost as seriously battered as Stone, was at one time in a serious condition, but he is now out
of danger. A telegram was received by Dr Wrench, of Baslow, from Holker Hall, stating that his Grace the
Duke of Devonshire wished to be informed how the injured gamekeepers were progressing. The doctor
was able to report favourably of them all, although Benjamin Stone, who is the most seriously injured, is
still confined to his bed.

1891 11 Dec - Derby Daily Telegraph - THE CHATSWORTH POACHING AFFRAY - A STORY OF REVOLTING
BRUTALITY
MICHAEL RILEY (34), JOHN BARRETT (54), JAMES WHITE (38), MARK MADIN (40), JAMES WOOD-
- WARD (23), THOMAS ORWIN (21), and HERBERT HARDY (21), colliers, were charged with poaching
with violence at Chatsworth, on land in the occupation of the Duke of Devonshire, on the night of July
10th. Mr. Harris, Q.C., and Mr. Hextall prosecuted, and Mr. Stanger defended Riley, Barrett, Madin,
Woodward, and Orwin. Mr. Harris laid the facts of the case before the jury. He said that on the night in
question nine men entered the Park, and passed by a clump of trees where five keepers and a night
watchman were. There was no moon, but it was light enough to distinguish objects sixty yards off, and to
see a rabbit pass eight yards away. The keepers saw the men put up their nets, and after a short time
they saw Madin take a rabbit from the net. Tomlinson, one of the keepers, then rushed out and seized
him, eventually taking him in to custody, so that of his identification there could be no doubt.
The other men ran up the hill, and were heard to shout, “Come on, chaps.” The keepers followed in the
direction of the shout, and the men advanced towards them. They were armed with sticks, and,
unfortunately, with stones, too. As soon as they came together there was a fight, and then followed a
short but sad story.
Now they had left Tomlinson behind with Madin, and the first witness whom he should call before them
to tell them of the story of his injuries would be Benjamin Stone, one of the keepers who advanced
towards the men, in company with three other keepers named Burgin, Tipping, and Hulley. Burgin
seized one of the men who took part in the struggle, and he would tell them that his name was Michael
Riley. Burgin held him until he was released from his grip by their brutal efforts by the others, who came
to his rescue. Stone saw that, but in the meantime he himself had received a severe blow on the top of
his head with a stick. He turned round and managed to knock a man down, but at the same time a stone
struck him in the face, whilst another blow from behind knocked him down. When he was on the ground,
four men set upon him, and kicked and punched him in a brutal manner for several minutes. The effect
of the assault upon Stone had been that he had lost the use of his left ear. He (the learned counsel)
would next refer to Tom Burgin, the man who had the struggle with Riley. Burgin would tell them that
Riley was the only man whom he could identify, but still his evidence was valuable, because he had
Riley in his hands. Chas. Wolmer, another of the keepers, was struck no less than four times on the head
by a stick, and he would tell them that he could identify Barrett, White, and Madin, White being the man
who struck him with a stone. He came next to the most serious and the saddest part of this affray. There
was the night-watchman, whose name was Benjamin Hulley. He did his duty manfully, and went into the
thick of the fight, but got treated in so bad a manner that he has lost his senses. The poor fellow is now in
an asylum, and there is little hope of his ever recovering, whilst it was even a question whether his life
could be saved. He was consequently unable to come into the witness box, but his depositions were
taken. Mr Stanger, interposing, said there might be some question as to whether Hulley’s depositions
could be taken. Mr. Harris then agreed not to refer to Hulley’s depositions. He would leave Hulley out of
his remarks altogether, except so far as his injuries were concerned, because those he should be able to
prove without Hulley being present. He (the learned counsel) would then show the jury how the men
were identified. Woodward and Harvey were identified by Stone and Tipping; Riley was identified by
Stone, Burgin and Tomlinson; Barrett by Stone, Wolmer, and Tipping; White by Wolmer and Tipping;
Orwin by Stone; and the seventh man, Madin, was, of course, in custody. There were no stones about
the place where the affray took place, therefore they were not picked up and thrown on the spur of the
moment. The men must have come deliberately armed with them, and have brought them a consider-
-able distance, because the high road from Chesterfield to Chatsworth, over which the men had come,
was newly paved with stones similar to those which were afterwards picked up on the ground. There was
another circumstance, which he did not think was very material, because he thought the evidence he had
was very conclusive. But about six o’clock on the morning after the affray, as White was going home, a
police sergeant met him, and asked him where had been. He said he had just got up, and was going
mushrooming. The officer, however, on noticing that his clothes were wet, locked him up, and he was
afterwards identified.
Evidence was then called, a large map of Chatsworth Park showing the various places referred to being
sworn to by Mr. C. J. Fieldsden, assistant agent to the Duke of Devonshire. The gamekeepers were
heard in turn, and the bore out the statement by Mr. Harris. Dr. Wrench was then called as to the
condition of the man Hulley, who was unable to attend, and whose deposition Mr. Harris proposed to
read. Witness stated that Hulley had been suffering from epileptic fits and a form of insanity. He
became so bad that on the 1st of December he found it necessary to send him to the University
College Hospital. Witness went to see him a few days since, but was unable to as he had become
worse, and had the night previous escaped on to the roof of the building. It would be impossible for him
to appear before the Court, as he was out of his mind. Hulley’s depositions were then read, and his
statement corroborated entirely the other witnesses.
The depositions stated that when Hulley was on the ground someone called out, “Kill the ………” He
said, “Leave a little life, and don’t quite kill me,” but they continued to beat him. He further stated that
the men who assaulted him were Hardy , Orwin, Woodward, and Barrett. Police sergeant Wheatley
spoke to meeting White on the road from Chatsworth to Chesterfield the same morning with his
trousers very wet, whilst Detective Finnemore of Chesterfield stated that Riley, Barrett , White, and
Madin lived close to each other, and were accessories. They resided at Chesterfield, whilst the other
three lived at Newbold, about four miles away. Police-constable Whitaker, stationed at Chatsworth,
spoke to having seen Barrett and Orwin on the 18th of July. The former had his head plastered and his
arm … from the elbow to the shoulder, whilst Orwin’s arms were also swollen. Dr. Wrench was recalled
and he stated on the morning of the 11th last he examined Hulley in the porter’s lodge at Chatsworth,
He was suffering from a bad scalp wound and several cuts about the face. Witness did not think that his
life was actually in danger, but he was afraid he would never recover his senses. He next examined
Tom Burgin, whose head had to be stitched up, whilst Stone, on that particular morning, appeared to be
the worse injured. He had lost a great deal of blood and was very weak, whilst his head also had to be
stitched up. He was afraid his hearing would be permanently impaired. In cross-examination, witness
aid that Hulley so far recovered as to be able to return to his duties and give evidence before the
magistrates, but was seized with insanity at a later period.
Mr Harris having eloquently addressed the jury for the prosecution, Mr. Stanger followed for the
defence. He dwelt upon the difficulties of identification in an open space, and drew attention to the fact
that not one of the witnesses calld had ever seen the prisoners before. They stated they had seen them
in Chatsworth Park. He then proceeded to refer to the method in which the prisoners had been
individually identified. In regard to the plea of guilty made by Madin, he said that it was made under the
impression that he was only pleading guilty to having been present whilst poaching was going on, and
had been withdrawn with his lordship’s consent. In conclusion, he asked the jury not to let the thought of
Hulley’s injuries influence their minds, but to give a verdict according to their consciences.
His Lordship then summed up to the jury. He said that in mining counties especially poaching
questions became much more serious than in other counties, and where they got a district of that kind
they had to deal with a much more serious class of poaching cases in which people went out determin-
-ed to carry out their object, and determined if necessary to fight the watchers employed to look after
their master’s property, and with the determination to carry out their own purpose at whatever cost it
might be, and this was case of that kind. He thought that they would have no doubt but that on this
occasion to which they had to deal that nine men left Chesterfield, or some other place, with the
intention of making a clean sweep with their nets. These men went out thinking they would be very
likely seen, but would be able to overpower the keepers and get off with their rabbits. The question for the
jury to decide was if the seven prisoners in the dock were seven of those nine. His Lordship then referred
in detail to the points in the evidence produced.
The jury, after a few minutes deliberation, returned a verdict of “Guilty” against the whole of the seven
prisoners and his Lordship sentenced Madin to imprisonment for 12 months; Woodward, Orwin, and
Hardy to 18 months imprisonment; White to three years penal servitude, and Riley and Barrett to five
years penal servitude each,
This concluded the business of the Assizes.

1891 12 Dec - Birmingham Daily Post - Desperate Poaching Affrays - at the County Assizes at Derby, yesterday, seven
Chesterfield colliers, named Riley, Barrett, White, Madin, Woodward, Orwin, and Hardy, were charged
with night-poaching on the Duke of Devonshire's estate last July. Prisoners were surprised in Chats-
-worth Park by the keepers, and a desperate struggle ensued. The poachers were armed with stones
and bludgeons, which they used with terrible effect. A keeper named Stone was badly hurt, and Hully,
another keeper, sustained such dreadful injuries about the head that he became insane, and is now an
inmate of a lunatic asylum.
All the prisoners were convicted, Riley and Barrett were sentenced to five years’ penal servitude, White to
three years’, Madin to 12 months’ imprisonment, and Woodward, Orwin, and Hardy to 18 months’ hard
labour each. At the same Assizes, John Smith and James Greenhough, for a similar offence, were each
sentenced to five years penal servitude; and William Thornton and John Smith to 18 months hard
labour each. (also in Trewman's Exeter Flying Post 12 Dec).

1891 15 Dec - listed in report of The Times - Court case at Derby.
incl. Another Keeper, Hully, was beset by Hardy, Orwin, Woodward, and Barratt; he was knocked down
and very seriously hurt, he too becoming unconscious. The keeper Hully was unable to give evidence,
since he has become insane from injuries received in the struggle.
Verdicts - All prisoners found Guilty:
Madin - 12 months' hard labour;
Hardy - 18 months' hard labour;
Woodward - 18 months' hard labour;
Orwin - 18 months' hard labour'
White - 3 years' penal servitude;
Barratt - 5 years' penal servitude;
Riley - 5 years' penal servitude.

1893 Mar qtr - married at Sheffield RD: Hulley Benjamin Sheffield 9c 591 (GRO).

1893 23 Jan - 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.

1901 census
RG 13/3264 f50 Beeley
Benjamin Hulley Head M 52 General Labourer Edensor Derbys
Sarah Hulley Wife M 45 Bamford Derbys
Annie L. Hulley Dau S 22 Beeley Derbys

1911 census
RG 14/21191 RD Bakewell 439 - SD Bakewell ED 19
Benjamin Hulley Head M 63 Bandsman Darbys Edensor
Sarah Hulley Wife M 52 Darbys Bumford


Eliz. Halksworth

1848 -born at Baslow - see 1881 census below.

1869 18 Sep - married at Beeley, Derbyshire: Benjamin Bradbury Hulley aged 21 Single - father Benjamin Hulley; Eliz.
Halksworth aged 21 Single - father Robert Halksworth.

1870 Sep qtr - daughter Edith born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Edith Bakewell 7b 591 (GRO).

1870 28 Aug - daughter Edith baptised at Beeley church: Edith Hully - father Benjamin Hully mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1871 census
RG 10/3628 f8r Beeley
Benjamin Hulley Head M 23 Ag. Lab Derbys Edensor
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 23 Ag. Lab Wife Derbys Baslow
Edith Hulley Dau U 7mos Ag. Lab Dau Derbys Beeley

1872 Sep qtr - son Arthur born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Arthur Bakewell 7b 611 (GRO).

1872 27 Aug - son Arthur baptised at Beeley church: Arthur Hully - father Benjamin Hully mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1874 Sep qtr - daughter Florence born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Florence Bakewell 7b 684 (GRO).

1874 27 Jul - daughter Florence baptised at Beeley church: Florence Hully - father Benjamin Hully mother Elizabeth
(IGI).

1876 Jun qtr - daughter Mary Elizabeth born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Mary Elizabeth Bakewell 7b 762 (GRO).

1876 16 Apr - daughter Mary Elizabeth born - see School Admisson Registers.

1878 Jun qtr - daughter Annie Louise born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Annie Louise Bakewell 7b 771 (GRO).

1878 22 Apr - daughter Annie Louise baptised at Beeley Derbyshire - source lost.

1880 Jun qtr - son George born at Bakewell RD: Hulley George Bakewell 7b 801 (GRO).

1880 11 Apr - son George born - see National School Admission Registers.

1880 16 May - son George baptised at Beeley Derbyshire (FamilySearch).

1881census
RG 11/3448 f. 35 Road Beeley, Derby
Benjamin HULLEY Head M 33 General Laboror Edensor, Derby
Elizabeth HULLEY Wife M 33 Baslow, Derby
Edith HULLEY Daur 10 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Arthur HULLEY Son 8 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Florence HULLEY Daur 6 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Mary E. HULLEY Daur 4 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Annie L. HULLEY Daur 2 Beeley, Derby
George HULLY Son 11m Beeley, Derby
Saml. DOWNS Boarder 27 Carter (Ag Lab) Beeley, Derby

1887 Jun qtr - died at Bakewell RD: Hulley Elizabeth 39 Bakewell 7b 401 (GRO).


331. Edith Hulley

1870 Sep qtr - born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Edith Bakewell 7b 591 (GRO).

1870 28 Aug - baptised at Beeley church: Edith Hully - father Benjamin Hully mother Elizabeth (IGI).

1871 census
RG 10/3628 f8r Beeley
Benjamin Hulley Head M 23 Ag. Lab Derbys Edensor
Elizabeth Hulley Wife M 23 Ag. Lab Wife Derbys Baslow
Edith Hulley Dau U 7mos Ag. Lab Dau Derbys Beeley

1881census
RG 11/3448 f. 35 Road Beeley, Derby
Benjamin HULLEY Head M 33 General Laboror Edensor, Derby
Elizabeth HULLEY Wife M 33 Baslow, Derby
Edith HULLEY Daur 10 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Arthur HULLEY Son 8 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Florence HULLEY Daur 6 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Mary E. HULLEY Daur 4 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Annie L. HULLEY Daur 2 Beeley, Derby
George HULLY Son 11m Beeley, Derby
Saml. DOWNS Boarder 27 Carter (Ag Lab) Beeley, Derby

National School Admission Registers

Name Edith Hulley
Birth year 1870 28 Aug
Admission year 1874 20 Apr
School name Beeley Church Of England School
Parent or guardian's name Benjamin
Place Beeley

1891 census
RG 12/2774 f67 Beeley Brook House?
Benjamin Hulley Head W 43 General Laborer Derbys Beeley
Edith Hulley Dau S 20 Derbys Beeley
Arthur Hulley Son S 18 General Laborer Derbys Beeley
Mary E. Hulley Dau 14 Scholar Derbys Beeley
Annie L. Hulley Dau 12 Scholar Derbys Beeley
George Hulley Son 10 Scholar Derbys Beeley

1894 Mar qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley Edith Bakewell 7b 1159 (GRO).

1901 census
RG 13/3264 f54r Beeley Beeley
Tom R. Wall Head M 33 Blacksmith Derbys Darley Dale
Edith Wall Wife M 30 Derbys Beeley
Annie Hulley Niece S 3 Derbys Buxton


Tom R. Wall

1868 - born at Darley Dale - see 1901 census below.

1894 Mar qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley Edith Bakewell 7b 1159 (GRO).

1901 census
RG 13/3264 f54r Beeley Beeley
Tom R. Wall Head M 33 Blacksmith Derbys Darley Dale
Edith Wall Wife M 30 Derbys Beeley
Annie Hulley Niece S 3 Derbys Buxton


333. Florence Hulley

1874 Sep qtr - born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Florence Bakewell 7b 684 (GRO).

1874 28 Jul - born - see National School Admission Registers entry below.

1874 16 Aug - baptised at Beeley church: Florence Hully - father Benjamin Hully mother Elizabeth (FamilySearch).

National School Admission Registers

Name Florence Hulley
Birth year 1874 28 Jul
Admission year 1877 06 Aug
School name Beeley Church Of England School
Parent or guardian's name Elizth
Place Beeley

1881census
RG 11/3448 f. 35 Road Beeley, Derby
Benjamin HULLEY Head M 33 General Laboror Edensor, Derby
Elizabeth HULLEY Wife M 33 Baslow, Derby
Edith HULLEY Daur 10 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Arthur HULLEY Son 8 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Florence HULLEY Daur 6 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Mary E. HULLEY Daur 4 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Annie L. HULLEY Daur 2 Beeley, Derby
George HULLY Son 11m Beeley, Derby
Saml. DOWNS Boarder 27 Carter (Ag Lab) Beeley, Derby

1902 Jun qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley Florence Bakewell 7b 1401 (FreeBMD).


Samuel Palfreyman

1902 Jun qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Palfreyman Bakewell 7b 1401 (FreeBMD).


335. Annie Louise Hulley

1878 22 Apr - born - see National School Admission Registers entry below.

1881 25 Apr - Date of admission to school - from FMP National School Admisson Registers - Beeley Church Of
England School Beeley - parent - Benjamin, residence - Beeley.

1881census
RG 11/3448 f. 35 Road Beeley, Derby
Benjamin HULLEY Head M 33 General Laboror Edensor, Derby
Elizabeth HULLEY Wife M 33 Baslow, Derby
Edith HULLEY Daur 10 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Arthur HULLEY Son 8 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Florence HULLEY Daur 6 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Mary E. HULLEY Daur 4 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Annie L. HULLEY Daur 2 Beeley, Derby
George HULLY Son 11m Beeley, Derby
Saml. DOWNS Boarder 27 Carter (Ag Lab) Beeley, Derby


1891 census
RG 12/2774 f67 Beeley Brook House?
Benjamin Hulley Head W 43 General Laborer Derbys Beeley
Edith Hulley Dau S 20 Derbys Beeley
Arthur Hulley Son S 18 General Laborer Derbys Beeley
Mary E. Hulley Dau 14 Scholar Derbys Beeley
Annie L. Hulley Dau 12 Scholar Derbys Beeley
George Hulley Son 10 Scholar Derbys Beeley

National School Admission Registers

Name Annie Louise Hulley
Birth year 1878 22 Apr
Admission year 1881 25 Apr
School name Beeley Church Of England School
Parent or guardian's name Benjamin
Location Beeley
Leaving date 21 Jun 1892

1901 census
RG 13/3264 f50 Beeley
Benjamin Hulley Head M 52 General Labourer Edensor Derbys
Sarah Hulley Wife M 45 Bamford Derbys
Annie L. Hulley Dau S 22 Beeley Derbys

1902 Sep qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley Annie Louise Bakewell 7b 1440 (FreeBMD).


William Stone

1902 Sep qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Stone William Bakewell 7b 1440 (FreeBMD).


336. George Hulley

1880 Jun qtr - born at Bakewell RD: Hulley George Bakewell 7b 801 (GRO).

1880 11 Apr - born - see National School Admission Registers entry below.

1880 16 May - baptised at Beeley Derbyshire (FamilySearch).

1881census
RG 11/3448 f. 35 Road Beeley, Derby
Benjamin HULLEY Head M 33 General Laboror Edensor, Derby
Elizabeth HULLEY Wife M 33 Baslow, Derby
Edith HULLEY Daur 10 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Arthur HULLEY Son 8 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Florence HULLEY Daur 6 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Mary E. HULLEY Daur 4 Scholar Beeley, Derby
Annie L. HULLEY Daur 2 Beeley, Derby
George HULLY Son 11m Beeley, Derby
Saml. DOWNS Boarder 27 Carter (Ag Lab) Beeley, Derby

National School Admission Registers

Name George Hulley
Birth year 1880 11 Apr
Admission year 1883 11 Apr
School name Beeley Church Of England School
Parent or guardian's name Benjamin
Place Beeley

1891 census
RG 12/2774 f67 Beeley Brook House?
Benjamin Hulley Head W 43 General Laborer Derbys Beeley
Edith Hulley Dau S 20 Derbys Beeley
Arthur Hulley Son S 18 General Laborer Derbys Beeley
Mary E. Hulley Dau 14 Scholar Derbys Beeley
Annie L. Hulley Dau 12 Scholar Derbys Beeley
George Hulley Son 10 Scholar Derbys Beeley

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Sarah Shaw

1856 - born at Bamford Derbyshire - see 1901 census below.

1893 Mar qtr - married at Sheffield RD: Shaw Sarah Sheffield 9c 591 (GRO).

1893 23 Jan - 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.

1901 census
RG 13/3264 f50 Beeley
Benjamin Hulley Head M 52 General Labourer Edensor Derbys
Sarah Hulley Wife M 45 Bamford Derbys
Annie L. Hulley Dau S 22 Beeley Derbys


200. Margaret Hulley

1850 - born at Edensor - see 1861 census below.

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

1878 Mar qtr - married at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Hulley Margaret Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 855 (FreeBMD).

1879 - dau France Hannah born at Rainow Cheshire - see 1881 census below

1881 - son Joseph Albert born at Rainow Cheshire - see 1881 census below

1881 census
RG 11/3490 f32 Rainow Kerridge End Cottage
Joseph Mottram Head M 43 Farm Labourer Ches Rainow
Margaret Mottram Wife M 31 Derbys Bakewell
Frances Hannah Mottram Dau 2 Ches Rainow
Joseph Albert Mottram Son 9mos Ches Rainow


Joseph Mottram

1838 - born at Rainow Cheshire - see 1881 census below

1878 Mar qtr - married at Chapel-en-le-Frith RD: Mottram Joseph Chapel-en-le-Frith 7b 855
(FreeBMD).

1879 - dau France Hannah born at Rainow Cheshire - see 1881 census below

1881 - son Joseph Albert born at Rainow Cheshire - see 1881 census below

1881 census
RG 11/3490 f32 Rainow Kerridge End Cottage
Joseph Mottram Head M 43 Farm Labourer Ches Rainow
Margaret Mottram Wife M 31 Derbys Bakewell
Frances Hannah Mottram Dau 2 Ches Rainow
Joseph Albert Mottram Son 9mos Ches Rainow


337. Frances Hannah Mottram

1879 - born at Rainow Cheshire - see 1881 census below

1881 census
RG 11/3490 f32 Rainow Kerridge End Cottage
Joseph Mottram Head M 43 Farm Labourer Ches Rainow
Margaret Mottram Wife M 31 Derbys Bakewell
Frances Hannah Mottram Dau 2 Ches Rainow
Joseph Albert Mottram Son 9mos Ches Rainow


338. Joseph Albert Mottram

1881 - born at Rainow Cheshire - see 1881 census below

1881 census
RG 11/3490 f32 Rainow Kerridge End Cottage
Joseph Mottram Head M 43 Farm Labourer Ches Rainow
Margaret Mottram Wife M 31 Derbys Bakewell
Frances Hannah Mottram Dau 2 Ches Rainow
Joseph Albert Mottram Son 9mos Ches Rainow


202. Henry Hulley

1852 Mar qtr - born at Edensor : Hulley Henry Bakewell 7b 512 (GRO and 1881 census below).

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

1876 Sep qtr - married at Chesterfield RD: Hulley Henry Chesterfield 7b 865 (GRO).

1876 09 Jul - married at Brampton: Henry Hulley Single - father Benjamin Hulley; Mary Blanche Howard Single - father
Charles Howard.

1881 census
RG 11/2755 f. 55 The Pastures Mickleover, Derby
Henry HULLEY Head M 29 Caretaker Office Keeper Edensor, Derby
Mary Blanche HULLEY Wife M 25 Housekeeper Sheffield, York

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

1901 census
RG 13/3260 f60 Edensor
Henry Hullah [sic] Head M 49 Painter Derbys Edensor
Mary B. Hulley Wife 45 Yorks Sheffield
John W. Hulley Son S 18 Estate Clerk CC. Ches Rainow


Mary Blanche Howard

1856 - born at Sheffield -see 1881 census below.

1876 Sep qtr - married at Chesterfield RD: Howard Mary Blanche Chesterfield 7b 865 (GRO).

1876 09 Jul - married at Brampton: Henry Hulley Single - father Benjamin Hulley; Mary Blanche Howard Single - father
Charles Howard.

1881 census
RG 11/2755 f. 55 The Pastures Mickleover, Derby
Henry HULLEY Head M 29 Caretaker Office Keeper Edensor, Derby
Mary Blanche HULLEY Wife M 25 Housekeeper Sheffield, York

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

1901 census
RG 13/3260 f60 Edensor
Henry Hullah [sic] Head M 49 Painter Derbys Edensor
Mary B. Hulley Wife 45 Yorks Sheffield
John W. Hulley Son S 18 Estate Clerk CC. Ches Rainow


339. John William Hulley

1882 Jun qtr - born at Rainow, Cheshire: Hulley John William Macclesfield 8a 124 (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

1896 16 May - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - BAKEWELL TECHNICAL CLASSES - SHORTHAND -
In the elementary class the following were successful in gaining the certificates: (inc.) John W. Hulley.

1901 census
RG 13/3260 f60 Edensor
Henry Hullah [sic] Head M 49 Painter Derbys Edensor
Mary B. Hulley Wife 45 Yorks Sheffield
John W. Hulley Son S 18 Estate Clerk CC. Ches Rainow

1901 11 May - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - VOLUNTEER ORDERS - 2ND Volunteer Battalion the
Sherwood Foresters - The under-mentioned recruits have joined Cycle Company (inc) John Wm. Hulley.

1909 Sep qtr - married at Shardlow RD: Hulley John William Shardlow 7b 1013 (FreeBMD).

1909 24 Jul - married at Shardlow, Derbyshire: John William Hulley Single 27 - father Henry Hulley; Florence Cox
Single 26 - father Enoch Cox.


Florence Cox

1909 Sep qtr - married at Shardlow RD: Cox Florence Shardlow 7b 1013 (FreeBMD).


203. Albert Hulley

1854 3 Sep - baptised at St Peter's church Edensor - Albert 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
not found yet

1882 Mar qtr - married at Chorlton RD: Hulley Albert Chorlton 8c 811 (GRO).

1882 - LancsBMD marriage entry: HULLEY Albert HUDSON Sylvia Manchester, Hulme, St. Michael Manchester
69/2/222.

1882 04 Feb - married at St Michael's church Hulme: Albert Hulley - 27, Labourer, Bachelor, Edensor Derbyshire Sylvia Hudson - 25, Spinster, 155 York Street Groom's Father: Benjamin Hulley, Wood Cutter Bride's
Father: Thomas Hudson, Boot Maker Witness: David Hudson; Mary Ann Canavan Married by Banns by:
Alexander Leslie Routledge Curate Register: Marriages 1879 - 1885, Page 111, Entry 222 Source:
LDS Film 2357336 (from Lancs OPC).

1884 Jun qtr - son Albert Henry born at Salford RD: Hulley Albert Henry Salford 8d 69 (GRO).

1885 Jun qtr - dau Frances Emma born at Salford RD: Hulley Frances Emma Salford 8d 68 (GRO).

1886 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 46 Hazel Street - Albert Hulley

1886 Mar qtr - dau Sylvia born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Sylvia Chorlton 8c 914 (GRO).

1887 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 46 Hazel Street - Albert Hulley

1887 Sep qtr - dau Lily born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Lily Chorlton 8c 869 (GRO).

1888 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 4 Mason Street - Albert Hulley

1889 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Hulme 4 Mason Street - Albert Hulley

1889 Jun qtr - dau Mabel born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Mabel 8c 870 (FreeBMD).

1890 22 May - dau Mabel baptised at St James, Birch in Rusholme, Lancashire: Mabel Hully - [Child] of Albert Hully &
Sylvia Abode: 5 Gaspard St. Occupation: Tram Car Driver Notes: p Baptised by: J. Eales Register:
Baptisms 1849 - 1902, Page 313, Entry 1083 Source: LDS Film 2356549 (from Lancs OPC).

1890 Jun qtr - dau Mabel died at Chorlton RD: Hulley Mabel 1 8c 483 (FreeBMD).

1891 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 5 Gaspard Street - Albert Hulley

1891 census
RG 12/3170 f78 Rusholme 5 Gaspard Street
Albert Hulley(Hutley) Head M 36 Tram Driver Derbys Bakewell
Sylvia Hulley(Hutley) Wife M 34 Hants Portsmouth
Henry Hulley(Hutley) Son 6 Lancs Manchester
Frances E. Hulley(Hutley) Dau 5 Lancs Manchester
Sylvia Hulley(Hutley) Dau 5 Lancs Manchester
Lily A. Hulley(Hutley) Dau 3 Lancs Manchester

1892 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 5 Gaspard Street - Albert Hulley

1893 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 5 Gaspard Street - Albert Hulley

1893 29 Sep - son John baptised at St James, Birch in Rusholme, Lancashire: John Hulley - [Child] of Albert Hulley &
Sylvia Abode: Gaspard Street Occupation: Driver Notes: p Baptised by: J. H. Oldroyd Register: Baptisms
1849 - 1902, Page 325, Entry 2084 Source: LDS Film 2356549 (from Lancs OPC).

1894 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 5 Gaspard Street - Albert Hulley

1894 Dec qtr - dau Florence born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Florence 8c 823 (FreeBMD).

1894 27 Nov - dau Florence baptised at St James, Birch in Rusholme, Lancashire: Florence Hulley - [Child] of Albert
Hulley & Sylvia Abode: Gaspard Street Occupation: Driver Notes: p Baptised by: J. H. Oldroyd Register:
Baptisms 1849 - 1902, Page 331, Entry 2128 Source: LDS Film 2356549 (from Lancs OPC).

1894 Dec qtr - dau Flora died at Chorlton RD: Hulley Flora 8c 476 (FreeBMD).

1895 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 5 Gaspard Street - Albert Hulley

1896 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 85 Duke Street - Albert Hulley

1897 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 3 Turner Street - Albert Hulley

1898 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Openshaw 3 Turner Street - Albert Hulley

1898 Jul - All Lancashire, Quarter Session Records and Petitions, 1648-1908
Albert Hully 1898 July Manchester Petitions - James Bent against Albert Hully for Larceny (witnesses
from Rusholme and Withington)

1898 Sep qtr - dau Lily died at Chorlton RD: Hulley Lily 11 Chorlton 8c 526 (GRO).

1899 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 3 Turner Street - Albert Hulley

1900 - Manchester Poor Rate Books: Rusholme 3 Turner Street - Albert Hulley

1901 census
RG 13/3682 f121r Rusholme 3 Turner Street
Albert Hulley Head M 46 Farm Driver Derbys Edensor
Sylvia Hulley Wife M 44 Hants Portsmouth
Albert Hulley Son S 16 Government Office Clerk CC Lancs Manchester
Frances Hulley Dau S 15 Lancs Manchester
Sylvia Hulley Dau S 15 Lancs Manchester

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

1905 22 Nov - father's 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.

1911 - Manchester Directory: Hulley Albert, householder, 3 Turner st. Princess st. Rusholme

1911 census
Chorlton RD 464; Ardwick SRD; ED 64 piece 23765 3 Turner Street Rusholme
Albert Hulley Head 56 M Tramway Motor Man Derbys Edensor
Sylvia Hulley Wife 54 M 29 yrs 9 ch bn 3 livg 6 dead Hants Kingston
John Samuel Gartside S-in-L 26 M Carter, Oldham Borough Council Lancs Oldham
Sylvia Gartside Dau 25 M 3 yrs 1 ch bn Lancs Manchester, Hulme
Albert Henry Gartside G-son 2 Lancs Oldham

1913 - wife buried at Southern cemetery - see Manchester Cemeteries Index.

1913 21 Jul - married at Christ Church, Salford, Lancashire: Albert Hulley - 58, Tram Driver, Widower, 16
Westminster Avenue Beatrice Marshall - 35, Domestic Servant, Spinster, 16 Westminster Avenue
Groom's Father: Benjamin Hulley, (deceased), Wood Cutter Bride's Father: William Marshall, (deceased),
Artist Witness: George Leonard Lewis; ? Deakin; John Elford Gulley Married by Banns by: A. W.
Thompson, Rector Register: Marriages 1910 - 1914, Page 190, Entry 379 Source: LDS Film 1786370
(from Lancs OPC).


Sylvia Hudson

1857 - born at Portsmouth - see 1901 census below.

1882 Mar qtr - married at Chorlton RD: Hulley Albert Chorlton 8c 811 (GRO).

1882 - LancsBMD marriage entry: HULLEY Albert HUDSON Sylvia Manchester, Hulme, St.
Michael Manchester 69/2/222.

1882 04 Feb - married at St Michael's church Hulme: Albert Hulley - 27, Labourer, Bachelor, Edensor Derbyshire Sylvia Hudson - 25, Spinster, 155 York Street Groom's Father: Benjamin Hulley, Wood Cutter Bride's
Father: Thomas Hudson, Boot Maker Witness: David Hudson; Mary Ann Canavan Married by Banns by:
Alexander Leslie Routledge Curate Register: Marriages 1879 - 1885, Page 111, Entry 222 Source:
LDS Film 2357336 (from Lancs OPC).

1884 Jun qtr - son Albert Henry born at Salford RD: Hulley Albert Henry Salford 8d 69 (GRO).

1885 Jun qtr - dau Frances Emma born at Salford RD: Hulley Frances Emma Salford 8d 68 (GRO).

1886 Mar qtr - dau Sylvia born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Sylvia Chorlton 8c 914 (GRO).

1887 Sep qtr - dau Lily born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Lily Chorlton 8c 869 (GRO).

1889 Jun qtr - dau Mabel born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Mabel 8c 870 (FreeBMD).

1890 22 May - dau Mabel baptised at St James, Birch in Rusholme, Lancashire: Mabel Hully - [Child] of Albert Hully &
Sylvia Abode: 5 Gaspard St. Occupation: Tram Car Driver Notes: p Baptised by: J. Eales Register:
Baptisms 1849 - 1902, Page 313, Entry 1083 Source: LDS Film 2356549 (from Lancs OPC).

1890 Jun qtr - dau Mabel died at Chorlton RD: Hulley Mabel 1 8c 483 (FreeBMD).

1891 census
RG 12/3170 f78 Rusholme 5 Gaspard Street
Albert Hulley(Hutley) Head M 36 Tram Driver Derbys Bakewell
Sylvia Hulley(Hutley) Wife M 34 Hants Portsmouth
Henry Hulley(Hutley) Son 6 Lancs Manchester
Frances E. Hulley(Hutley) Dau 5 Lancs Manchester
Sylvia Hulley(Hutley) Dau 5 Lancs Manchester
Lily A. Hulley(Hutley) Dau 3 Lancs Manchester

1893 29 Sep - son John baptised at St James, Birch in Rusholme, Lancashire: John Hulley - [Child] of Albert Hulley &
Sylvia Abode: Gaspard Street Occupation: Driver Notes: p Baptised by: J. H. Oldroyd Register: Baptisms
1849 - 1902, Page 325, Entry 2084 Source: LDS Film 2356549 (from Lancs OPC).

1894 Dec qtr - dau Florence born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Florence 8c 823 (FreeBMD).

1894 27 Nov - dau Florence baptised at St James, Birch in Rusholme, Lancashire: Florence Hulley - [Child] of Albert
Hulley & Sylvia Abode: Gaspard Street Occupation: Driver Notes: p Baptised by: J. H. Oldroyd Register:
Baptisms 1849 - 1902, Page 331, Entry 2128 Source: LDS Film 2356549 (from Lancs OPC).

1894 Dec qtr - dau Flora died at Chorlton RD: Hulley Flora 8c 476 (FreeBMD).


1898 Sep qtr - dau Lily died at Chorlton RD: Hulley Lily 11 Chorlton 8c 526 (GRO).

1901 census
RG 13/3682 f121r Rusholme 3 Turner Street
Albert Hulley Head M 46 Farm Driver Derbys Edensor
Sylvia Hulley Wife M 44 Hants Portsmouth
Albert Hulley Son S 16 Government Office Clerk CC Lancs Manchester
Frances Hulley Dau S 15 Lancs Manchester
Sylvia Hulley Dau S 15 Lancs Manchester

1911 census
Chorlton RD 464; Ardwick SRD; ED 64 piece 23765 3 Turner Street Rusholme
Albert Hulley Head 56 M Tramway Motor Man Derbys Edensor
Sylvia Hulley Wife 54 M 29 yrs 9 ch bn 3 livg 6 dead Hants Kingston
John Samuel Gartside S-in-L 26 M Carter, Oldham Borough Council Lancs Oldham
Sylvia Gartside Dau 25 M 3 yrs 1 ch bn Lancs Manchester, Hulme
Albert Henry Gartside G-son 2 Lancs Oldham

1913 Jun qtr - died at Chorlton RD: Hulley Sylvia born 1858 8c 792 (FreeBMD)
1913 - buried at Southern cemetery - see Manchester Cemeteries Index.


340. Albert Henry Hulley

1884 Jun qtr - born at Salford RD: Hulley Albert Henry Salford 8d 69 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/3170 f78 Rusholme 5 Gaspard Street
Albert Hulley(Hutley) Head M 36 Tram Driver Derbys Bakewell
Sylvia Hulley(Hutley) Wife M 34 Hants Portsmouth
Henry Hulley(Hutley) Son 6 Lancs Manchester
Frances E. Hulley(Hutley) Dau 5 Lancs Manchester
Sylvia Hulley(Hutley) Dau 5 Lancs Manchester
Lily A. Hulley(Hutley) Dau 3 Lancs Manchester

1901 census
RG 13/3682 f121r Rusholme 3 Turner Street
Albert Hulley Head M 46 Farm Driver Derbys Edensor
Sylvia Hulley Wife M 44 Hants Portsmouth
Albert Hulley Son S 16 Government Office Clerk CC Lancs Manchester
Frances Hulley Dau S 15 Lancs Manchester
Sylvia Hulley Dau S 15 Lancs Manchester

1910 - Lancs BMD marriage entry: Hulley Albert Smith Elsie Rusholme Holy Trinity

1910 Sep qtr - married at Chorlton RD: Hulley Albert H Chorlton 8c 1637 (FreeBMD).

1910 06 Jul - married at Holy Trinity church Rusholme: Albert Henry Hulley 26 Bachelor Clerk 67 Douglas Terrace
Middlesborough - father Albert Hulley Motor-man; Elsie Smith 24 Spinster 20 Duke St Rusholme- father
John Smith Warehouseman. Wits. Herbert Allen, John Smith, Beatrice Evelina Smith.

1911 census
Middlesborough RD 535; Middlesborough West SRD; ED 45 Piece 29308 5 Bush St Midlesborough
Albert Henry Hulley Head 26 M Bankrupcy Clerk Lancs Broughton Manchester
Elsie Hulley Wife 24 M under one Children -none Lancs Hulme Manchester


Elsie Smith

1887 - born at Hulme, Manchester - see 1911 census below.

1910 - Lancs BMD marriage entry: Hulley Albert Smith Elsie Rusholme Holy Trinity

1910 Sep qtr - married at Chorlton RD: Hulley Albert H Chorlton 8c 1637 (FreeBMD).

1910 06 Jul - married at Holy Trinity church Rusholme: Albert Henry Hulley 26 Bachelor Clerk 67 Douglas Terrace
Middlesborough - father Albert Hulley Motor-man; Elsie Smith 24 Spinster 20 Duke St Rusholme- father
John Smith Warehouseman. Wits. Herbert Allen, John Smith, Beatrice Evelina Smith.

1911 census
Middlesborough RD 535; Middlesborough West SRD; ED 45 Piece 29308 5 Bush St Midlesborough
Albert Henry Hulley Head 26 M Bankrupcy Clerk Lancs Broughton Manchester
Elsie Hulley Wife 24 M under one Children -none Lancs Hulme Manchester


343. Lily Hulley

1887 Sep qtr - born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Lily Chorlton 8c 869 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/3170 f78 Rusholme 5 Gaspard Street
Albert Hulley(Hutley) Head M 36 Tram Driver Derbys Bakewell
Sylvia Hulley(Hutley) Wife M 34 Hants Portsmouth
Henry Hulley(Hutley) Son 6 Lancs Manchester
Frances E. Hulley(Hutley) Dau 5 Lancs Manchester
Sylvia Hulley(Hutley) Dau 5 Lancs Manchester
Lily A. Hulley(Hutley) Dau 3 Lancs Manchester

1898 Sep qtr - died at Chorlton RD: Hulley Lily 11 Chorlton 8c 526 (GRO).


344. Mabel Hully

1889 Jun qtr - born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Mabel 8c 870 (FreeBMD).

1890 22 May - baptised at St James, Birch in Rusholme, Lancashire: Mabel Hully - [Child] of Albert Hully & Sylvia Abode: 5 Gaspard St. Occupation: Tram Car Driver Notes: p Baptised by: J. Eales Register: Baptisms 1849
- 1902, Page 313, Entry 1083 Source: LDS Film 2356549 (from Lancs OPC).

1890 Jun qtr - died at Chorlton RD: Hulley Mabel 1 8c 483 (FreeBMD).


345. Arthur Hulley

1891 Jun qtr - born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Mabel 8c 870 (FreeBMD) (late registration).

1890 30 Dec - baptised at St James, Birch in Rusholme, Lancashire: Arthur Hully - [Child] of Albert Hully & Sophia Abode: 5 Gaspard St Occupation: Tram Car Driver Notes: p Baptised by: G. A. G. Anson Register:
Baptisms 1849 - 1902, Page 314, Entry 1096 Source: LDS Film 2356549 (From Lancs OPC)

1891 Mar qtr - died at Chorlton RD: Hulley Mabel 1 8c 530 (FreeBMD).


346. John Hulley

1893 29 Sep - baptised at St James, Birch in Rusholme, Lancashire: John Hulley - [Child] of Albert Hulley & Sylvia Abode: Gaspard Street Occupation: Driver Notes: p Baptised by: J. H. Oldroyd Register: Baptisms 1849 -
1902, Page 325, Entry 2084 Source: LDS Film 2356549 (from Lancs OPC).


347. Florence Hulley

1894 Dec qtr - born at Chorlton RD: Hulley Florence 8c 823 (FreeBMD).

1894 27 Nov - baptised at St James, Birch in Rusholme, Lancashire: Florence Hulley - [Child] of Albert Hulley & Sylvia
Abode: Gaspard Street Occupation: Driver Notes: p Baptised by: J. H. Oldroyd Register: Baptisms 1849 -
1902, Page 331, Entry 2128 Source: LDS Film 2356549 (from Lancs OPC).

1894 Dec qtr - died at Chorlton RD: Hulley Flora 8c 476 (FreeBMD).


Beatrice Marshall

1878 - born - see marriage entry below.

1913 21 Jul - married at Christ Church, Salford, Lancashire: Albert Hulley - 58, Tram Driver, Widower, 16
Westminster Avenue Beatrice Marshall - 35, Domestic Servant, Spinster, 16 Westminster Avenue
Groom's Father: Benjamin Hulley, (deceased), Wood Cutter Bride's Father: William Marshall, (deceased),
Artist Witness: George Leonard Lewis; ? Deakin; John Elford Gulley Married by Banns by: A. W.
Thompson, Rector Register: Marriages 1910 - 1914, Page 190, Entry 379 Source: LDS Film 1786370
(from Lancs OPC).


206. Clara Hulley

1861 7 Apr - baptised at Edensor - Clara 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 11/4634 f39 86 Ashdell Rd Ecclesall Bierlow
John C. BURREL Head M 49 Watch Manufacturer Empl. 4 Hands Collingham, Notts
Matilda BURREL Wife M 41 Sheffield, York
Elizabeth HOWARD Serv U 20 Housemaid (Dom Serv) Sheffield, York
Clara HULLEY Serv U 20 Cook (Dom Serv) Edensor, Derby

1882 Mar qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley Clara Bakewell 7b 869 (FreeBMD).

1891 census
RG 12/3170 f34r Rusholme 33 Monmouth Street
George Hibbert Head M 54 General Labourer Derbys Monyash
Clara Hibbert Wife M 30 Derbys Edensor
Ellen Hibbert Dau S 20 Derbys Bakewell
Florence Alice Hibbert Dau 8 Scholar Derbys Bakewell
Margaret Hibbert Dau 7 Derbys Bakewell
John Hibbert Son 4 Derbys Bakewell
Frances Jesse Hibbert Dau 1mo Lancs M/c Rusholme
Percy Hully Nephew 6 Scholar Derbys Chapel en le Frith


1904 02 Mar - married at Primitive Methodist church Woodley, Stockport: Thomas Proctor 53 Widower Out-Door Porter
6 Lily Street Hyde - father Joseph Proctor (decd.) Cotton Dresser. Clara Hibbert 42 Widower House
Keeper (Domestic) 4 Lily Street Hyde - father Benjamin Hulley Farm Labourer. (no witnesses). .

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

1905 22 Nov - father's 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.


George Hibbert

1837 - - born - see marriage entry below.

1891 census
RG 12/3170 f34r Rusholme 33 Monmouth Street
George Hibbert Head M 54 General Labourer Derbys Monyash
Clara Hibbert Wife M 30 Derbys Edensor
Ellen Hibbert Dau S 20 Derbys Bakewell
Florence Alice Hibbert Dau 8 Scholar Derbys Bakewell
Margaret Hibbert Dau 7 Derbys Bakewell
John Hibbert Son 4 Derbys Bakewell
Frances Jesse Hibbert Dau 1mo Lancs M/c Rusholme
Percy Hully Nephew 6 Scholar Derbys Chapel en le Frith

1904 02 Mar - married at Primitive Methodist church Woodley, Stockport: Thomas Proctor 53 Widower Out-Door Porter
6 Lily Street Hyde - father Joseph Proctor (decd.) Cotton Dresser. Clara Hibbert 42 Widower House
Keeper (Domestic) 4 Lily Street Hyde - father Benjamin Hulley Farm Labourer. (no witnesses).


Thomas Proctor

1851 - born - see marriage entry below.

1904 02 Mar - married at Primitive Methodist church Woodley, Stockport:
Thomas Proctor 53 Widower Out-Door Porter 6 Lily Street Hyde father - Joseph Proctor (decd.)
Cotton Dresser.
Clara Hibbert 42 Widower House Keeper (Domestic) 4 Lily Street Hyde father Benjamin Hulley
Farm Labourer


207. Mary Jane Elizabeth Hulley

1863 17 Mar - baptised at Edensor - Mary Jane Elizabeth 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


1885 Jun qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley Mary Jane E. Bakewell 7b 1117 (FreeBMD).

1888 - son Frank born at Sheffield - see 1891 census below.

1891 census
RG 12/3809 f95r Ecclesall Bierlow 92 Hazlewood Road
Vernon Hibbert Head M 28 Saddler Derbys Bakewell
Mary Hibbert Wife M 28 Derbys Edensor
Frank Hibbert Son 3 Yorks Sheffield


Vernon Hibbert

1863 - born at Bakewell Derbyshire - see 1891 census below.

1885 Jun qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hibbert Vernon Bakewell 7b 1117 (FreeBMD).

1888 - son Frank born at Sheffield - see 1891 census below.

1891 census
RG 12/3809 f95r Ecclesall Bierlow 92 Hazlewood Road
Vernon Hibbert Head M 28 Saddler Derbys Bakewell
Mary Hibbert Wife M 28 Derbys Edensor
Frank Hibbert Son 3 Yorks Sheffield


349. Frank Hibbert

1888 - born at Sheffield - see 1891 census below.

1891 census
RG 12/3809 f95r Ecclesall Bierlow 92 Hazlewood Road
Vernon Hibbert Head M 28 Saddler Derbys Bakewell
Mary Hibbert Wife M 28 Derbys Edensor
Frank Hibbert Son 3 Yorks Sheffield


211. Abraham Hulley

1855 4 Nov - baptised at Edensor church: Abraham 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

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

1880 Jun qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley Abraham Bakewell 7b 1019 (GRO).

1880 12 Jun - Sheffield and Rotherham Independent - Marriages - HULLEY - MARSDEN - June 6, at the
Superintendent Registrar’s office, Bakewell, Abraham Hulley to Agnes Marsden, both of Bakewell.

1881 census
RG 11/3446 f.100 Green Head Baslow With Bubnell, Derby
John MARSDEN Head M 65 Annuitant Baslow, Derby
Elizabeth MARSDEN Wife M 65 Baslow, Derby
Agnes HULLEY Daur M 24 Dress Maker Baslow, Derby
Abraham HULLEY Son In L M 25 General Labourer Baslow, Derby
John HAMER Boarder U 21 General Labourer Elland, York

1881 Sep qtr - daughter Elizabeth born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Elizabeth Bakewell 7b 721 (GRO)

1884 Mar qtr - daughter Ruth born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Ruth Bakewell 7b 771 (GRO).

1886 Jun qtr - daughter Harriet born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Harriet Bakewell 7b 814 (GRO).

1887 12 Feb - Derbyshire Courier - BASLOW POACHING. At the Bakewell Police Court on Friday, before Mr. Nesfield,
Mr. Craven, Mr. Smithers, and Mr. Fentem, Joseph Barton and Abraham Hulley, labourers, Baslow, were
summoned for taking a hare on land in the occupation of the Rev. J. Stockdale, vicar of Baslow, on the
night of the 6th ult. - The case was adjourned from the last Sessions, on the defendants representing that
they could prove an alibi, and promising to bring witnesses for that purpose. - Defendants now said they
could not bring the evidence. - For the complainant it as shown that the men were noticed pursuing a
hare on the vicar’s grounds. This was positively denied, but they were fined £1 each and costs, or one
month in default.

1890 Jun qtr - daughter Mary born at Bakewell RD : Hulley Mary Bakewell 7b 739 (GRO).

1893 Mar qtr - dau Dora born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Dora Bakewell 7b 788 (GRO).

1894 Decr qtr - son John Marsden born at Bakewell RD: Hulley John Marsden Bakewell 7b 771 (GRO).

1895 Sep qtr - dau Dora died at West Derby RD: Hulley Dora 2 West Derby 8b 471(GRO).

1898 Mar qtr - son John Marsden died at West Derby RD: Hulley John Marsden 3 West Derby 8b 418 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/2773 f99 Baslow Upper End
Abraham Hulley Head M 35 Timber Cutter Derbys Baslow
Agnes Hulley Wife M 33 Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Dau 9 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Ruth Hulley Dau 7 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Harriet Hulley Dau 4 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Mary Hulley Dau 1 Derbys Baslow
John Morten Boarder M 55 Carpenter Pilsley
John H Twigg Boarder M 45 Bathman Youlgreave
Elizabeth Twigg Boarder W 43 Stanton in Peak

1901 census
RG 13/3507 f58r Garston LAN James St
Abraham Hulley Head M 45 Chimney Sweep Cleaner Derbys Baslow
Agnes Hulley Wife M 44 Dressmaker Derbys Baslow
Harriett Hulley Dau S 14 Derbys Baslow
Mary Hulley Dau S 11 Derbys Baslow
Louisa Marsden Niece S 4 Lancs Edge Hill Liverpool


Agnes Marsden

1856 - born at Baslow - see 1881 census below.

1880 Jun qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley Abraham Bakewell 7b 1019 (GRO).

1881 census
RG 11/3446 f.100 Green Head Baslow With Bubnell, Derby
John MARSDEN Head M 65 Annuitant Baslow, Derby
Elizabeth MARSDEN Wife M 65 Baslow, Derby
Agnes HULLEY Daur M 24 Dress Maker Baslow, Derby
Abraham HULLEY Son In L M 25 General Labourer Baslow, Derby
John HAMER Boarder U 21 General Labourer Elland, York

1881 Sep qtr - daughter Elizabeth born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Elizabeth Bakewell 7b 721 (GRO)

1884 Mar qtr - daughter Ruth born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Ruth Bakewell 7b 771 (GRO).

1886 Jun qtr - daughter Harriet born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Harriet Bakewell 7b 814 (GRO).

1890 Jun qtr - daughter Mary born at Bakewell RD : Hulley Mary Bakewell 7b 739 (GRO).

1893 Mar qtr - dau Dora born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Dora Bakewell 7b 788 (GRO).

1894 Dec qtr - son John Marsden born at Bakewell RD: Hulley John Marsden Bakewell 7b 771
(GRO).

1895 Sep qtr - dau Dora died at West Derby RD: Hulley Dora 2 West Derby 8b 471(GRO).

1898 Mar qtr - son John Marsden died at West Derby RD: Hulley John Marsden 3 West Derby 8b 418
(GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/2773 f99 Baslow Upper End
Abraham Hulley Head M 35 Timber Cutter Derbys Baslow
Agnes Hulley Wife M 33 Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Dau 9 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Ruth Hulley Dau 7 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Harriet Hulley Dau 4 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Mary Hulley Dau 1 Derbys Baslow
John Morten Boarder M 55 Carpenter Pilsley
John H Twigg Boarder M 45 Bathman Youlgreave
Elizabeth Twigg Boarder W 43 Stanton in Peak


350. Elizabeth Hulley

1881 Sep qtr - born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Elizabeth Bakewell 7b 721 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/2773 f99 Baslow Upper End
Abraham Hulley Head M 35 Timber Cutter Derbys Baslow
Agnes Hulley Wife M 33 Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Dau 9 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Ruth Hulley Dau 7 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Harriet Hulley Dau 4 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Mary Hulley Dau 1 Derbys Baslow
John Morten Boarder M 55 Carpenter Pilsley
John H Twigg Boarder M 45 Bathman Youlgreave
Elizabeth Twigg Boarder W 43 Stanton in Peak

1900 - living at Liverpool - see photo in Images Section.

1901 census
RG 13/3506 f111r Garston 37 Salisbury Rd
Benjamin Darbyshire Head M 55 Clergyman Ch of Eng. (+w, 2 chn) Lancs W. Derby
Edmund G. Brownbill Vistr S 32 General Broker Agent Lancs Melling
Elizabeth Hulley Serv S 19 Cook Domestic Derbys Baslow
Charlotte Pinlington Serv S 18 Housemaid do Lancs Liverpool

1905 Dec qtr - married at West Derby RD: Hulley Elizabeth West Derby 8b 647 (FreeBMD).

1905 - LancsBMD marriage entry: HULLEY Elizabeth HUGHES John Wavertree, St. Michael
Liverpool 2072WD/3/120.

1905 04 Oct - married at St Michael's church Garston, Liverpool: John Hughes 25 Bachelor Chainman 22 Seddon
Road Garston - father Joseph Hughes Labourer; Elizabeth Hulley 24 Spinster 36 James Street Garston -
father Abraham Hulley Chimney Cleaner. Wits. Abraham Hulley, Harriet Hulley.


John Hughes

1905 Dec qtr - married at West Derby RD: Hughes West Derby 8b 647 (FreeBMD).

1905 - LancsBMD marriage entry: HULLEY Elizabeth HUGHES John Wavertree, St. Michael

1905 04 Oct - married at St Michael's church Garston, Liverpool: John Hughes 25 Bachelor Chainman 22 Seddon
Road Garston - father Joseph Hughes Labourer; Elizabeth Hulley 24 Spinster 36 James Street Garston -
father Abraham Hulley Chimney Cleaner. Wits. Abraham Hulley, Harriet Hulley.


352. Harriet Hulley

1886 Jun qtr - born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Harriet Bakewell 7b 814 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/2773 f99 Baslow Upper End
Abraham Hulley Head M 35 Timber Cutter Derbys Baslow
Agnes Hulley Wife M 33 Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Dau 9 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Ruth Hulley Dau 7 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Harriet Hulley Dau 4 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Mary Hulley Dau 1 Derbys Baslow
John Morten Boarder M 55 Carpenter Pilsley
John H Twigg Boarder M 45 Bathman Youlgreave
Elizabeth Twigg Boarder W 43 Stanton in Peak

1901 census
RG 13/3507 f58r Garston LAN James St
Abraham Hulley Head M 45 Chimney Sweep Cleaner Derbys Baslow
Agnes Hulley Wife M 44 Dressmaker Derbys Baslow
Harriett Hulley Dau S 14 Derbys Baslow
Mary Hulley Dau S 11 Derbys Baslow
Louisa Marsden Niece S 4 Lancs Edge Hill Liverpool

1987 2 May - (A066) letter from Mr L Murphy of Prestatyn who is researching the Marsden family of
Derbyshire He mentions Mary and Harriet Hulley. Mary used to live at 8 James Street
Liverpool and emigrated to Canada, where she died. Harriet married a ......... Stone
and had a daughter Margaret in Liverpool. The mother of Mary and Harriet was Agnes
Marsden.

1987 2 Jun - (A071) letter from Mr L Murphy - sends more info about Mary and Harriet connected
with the Marsden FT. Louise Marsden born 1898 died 1956 - upon the death of her
mother she was adopted by an aunt named (Agnes) HULLY, living at 8, James St.,
Garston, Liverpool. Finally emigrated to Windsor, Canada. She was brought up with
their daughters Mary (Slater) and Harriet (Stone). These were their married names and
lived in Windsor by the bridge.


353. Mary Hulley

1890 Jun qtr - born at Bakewell RD : Hulley Mary Bakewell 7b 739 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/2773 f99 Baslow Upper End
Abraham Hulley Head M 35 Timber Cutter Derbys Baslow
Agnes Hulley Wife M 33 Derbys Baslow
Elizabeth Hulley Dau 9 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Ruth Hulley Dau 7 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Harriet Hulley Dau 4 Scholar Derbys Baslow
Mary Hulley Dau 1 Derbys Baslow
John Morten Boarder M 55 Carpenter Pilsley
John H Twigg Boarder M 45 Bathman Youlgreave
Elizabeth Twigg Boarder W 43 Stanton in Peak

1901 census
RG 13/3507 f58r Garston LAN James St
Abraham Hulley Head M 45 Chimney Sweep Cleaner Derbys Baslow
Agnes Hulley Wife M 44 Dressmaker Derbys Baslow
Harriett Hulley Dau S 14 Derbys Baslow
Mary Hulley Dau S 11 Derbys Baslow
Louisa Marsden Niece S 4 Lancs Edge Hill Liverpool

1987 2 May - (A066) letter from Mr L Murphy of Prestatyn who is researching the Marsden family of
Derbyshire He mentions Mary and Harriet Hulley. Mary used to live at 8 James Street
Liverpool and emigrated to Canada, where she died. Harriet married a ......... Stone
and had a daughter Margaret in Liverpool. The mother of Mary and Harriet was Agnes
Marsden.

1987 2 Jun - (A071) letter from Mr L Murphy - sends more info about Mary and Harriet connected
with the Mardsen FT. Louise Marsden born 1898 died 1956 - upon the death of her
mother she was adopted by an aunt named (Agnes) HULLY, living at 8, James St.,
Garston, Liverpool. Finally emigrated to Windsor, Canada. She was brought up with
their daughters Mary (Slater) and Harriet (Stone). These were their married names and
lived in Windsor by the bridge.


354. Dora Hulley

1893 Mar qtr - born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Dora Bakewell 7b 788 (GRO).

1895 Sep qtr - died at West Derby RD: Hulley Dora 2 West Derby 8b 471(GRO.


355. John Marsden Hulley

1894 Dec qtr - born at Bakewell RD: Hulley John Marsden Bakewell 7b 771 (GRO).

1898 Mar qtr - died at West Derby RD: Hulley John Marsden 3 West Derby 8b 418 (GRO).


212. Mary Hulley

1858 10 Jan - baptised at St Peter's church Edensor: Mary 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

1871 census
RG 10/3625 f48r Bakewell King Street
Alfred Coates Head M 44 Chemist +w 2 ch, 1 asst 1 app Derbys Bakewell
Mary Hulley Serv 13 General Serv (+2) Derbys Baslow

1881 census
RG 11/0118 f34 Queen Anns Mansion Westminster St Margaret
Mary HULLEY Serv (1 of 53) U 23 Housemaid Baslow [Derbysh]

1885 Mar qtr - married at Sheffield RD: Hulley Mary Sheffield 9c 540 (FreeBMD).

1888 - dau Ruby born at Westminster London - see 1891 census below.

1889 - dau Maude born at Baslow Derbyshire - see 1891 census below.

1891 - son John born at Bradford Yorks - see 1891 census below.

1891 census
RG 12/3642 f103 Horton 33 Ebor Road
John Wilcox Head M 36 Bath Attendant (Corporation) Yorks Pontefract
Mary Wilcox Wife M 33 Derbys Baslow
Ruby Wilcox Dau 3 London Westminster
Maude Wilcox Dau 2 Derbys Baslow
John Wilcox Son 1mo Yorks Bradford
Sarah Ann Hulley Vistr S 15 Derbys Baslow


John Robert Wilcox

1855 - born at Pontefract Yorks - see 1891 census below.

1885 Mar qtr - married at Sheffield RD: Wilcox John Robert Sheffield 9c 540 (FreeBMD).

1888 - dau Ruby born at Westminster London - see 1891 census below.

1889 - dau Maude born at Baslow Derbyshire - see 1891 census below.

1891 - son John born at Bradford Yorks - see 1891 census below.

1891 census
RG 12/3642 f103 Horton 33 Ebor Road
John Wilcox Head M 36 Bath Attendant (Corporation) Yorks Pontefract
Mary Wilcox Wife M 33 Derbys Baslow
Ruby Wilcox Dau 3 London Westminster
Maude Wilcox Dau 2 Derbys Baslow
John Wilcox Son 1mo Yorks Bradford
Sarah Ann Hulley Vistr S 15 Derbys Baslow


356. Ruby Wilcox

1888 - born at Westminster London - see 1891 census below.

1891 census
RG 12/3642 f103 Horton 33 Ebor Road
John Wilcox Head M 36 Bath Attendant (Corporation) Yorks Pontefract
Mary Wilcox Wife M 33 Derbys Baslow
Ruby Wilcox Dau 3 London Westminster
Maude Wilcox Dau 2 Derbys Baslow
John Wilcox Son 1mo Yorks Bradford
Sarah Ann Hulley Vistr S 15 Derbys Baslow


357. Maude Wilcox

1889 - born at Baslow Derbyshire - see 1891 census below.

1891 census
RG 12/3642 f103 Horton 33 Ebor Road
John Wilcox Head M 36 Bath Attendant (Corporation) Yorks Pontefract
Mary Wilcox Wife M 33 Derbys Baslow
Ruby Wilcox Dau 3 London Westminster
Maude Wilcox Dau 2 Derbys Baslow
John Wilcox Son 1mo Yorks Bradford
Sarah Ann Hulley Vistr S 15 Derbys Baslow


358. John Wilcox

1891 - born at Bradford Yorks - see 1891 census below.

1891 census
RG 12/3642 f103 Horton 33 Ebor Road
John Wilcox Head M 36 Bath Attendant (Corporation) Yorks Pontefract
Mary Wilcox Wife M 33 Derbys Baslow
Ruby Wilcox Dau 3 London Westminster
Maude Wilcox Dau 2 Derbys Baslow
John Wilcox Son 1mo Yorks Bradford
Sarah Ann Hulley Vistr S 15 Derbys Baslow


213. John Hulley

1860 26 Aug - 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

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

1890 25 Dec - married at St Matthias' church Sheffield: John Hulley 30 Bachelor A Bath Attender Little HOrton Bradford
- father James Hulley (deceased) Labourer; Sarah Ann Rawlins 34 Spinster Pembroke St. - father
William Rawlins Labourer. Wits. Annie E. Rawlins, Fanny B. Hulley.

1891 census
RG 12/3618 f116 Bowling, Bradford 50 Tennant Street
John Hulley Head M 30 Bath Attendant Baslow Derbys
Sarah Hulley Wife M 34 March Gilborn Bucks

1892 Mar qtr - dau Beatrice born at Bradford RD: Hulley Beatrice Bradford 9b 10 (GRO).

1901 census
RG13/4156 f125r Bradford 40 Cornwall Road
John Hulley Head M 41 Bath Attendant Derbys Baslow
Sarah Hulley Wife M 43 Bucks Marsh Gibbon
Beatrice Hulley Dau S 9 Yorks Bradford


Sarah Ann Rawlins

1857 - born at Marsh Gilborn Bucks - see 1891 census below.

1890 25 Dec - married at St Matthias' church Sheffield: John Hulley 30 Bachelor A Bath Attender Little Horton Bradford
- father James Hulley (deceased) Labourer; Sarah Ann Rawlins 34 Spinster Pembroke St. - father
William Rawlins Labourer. Wits. Annie E. Rawlins, Fanny B. Hulley.

1891 census
RG 12/3618 f116 Bowling, Bradford 50 Tennant Street
John Hulley Head M 30 Bath Attendant Baslow Derbys
Sarah Hulley Wife M 34 March Gilborn Bucks

1892 Mar qtr - dau Beatrice born at Bradford RD: Hulley Beatrice Bradford 9b 10 (GRO).

1901 census
RG13/4156 f125r Bradford 40 Cornwall Road
John Hulley Head M 41 Bath Attendant Derbys Baslow
Sarah Hulley Wife M 43 Bucks Marsh Gibbon
Beatrice Hulley Dau S 9 Yorks Bradford


359. Beatrice Hulley

1892 Mar qtr - born at Bradford RD: Hulley Beatrice Bradford 9b 10 (GRO).

1901 census
RG13/4156 f125r Bradford 40 Cornwall Road
John Hulley Head M 41 Bath Attendant Derbys Baslow
Sarah Hulley Wife M 43 Bucks Marsh Gibbon
Beatrice Hulley Dau S 9 Yorks Bradford


214. Samuel Hulley

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

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 11/3454 f71 9 Tor Street Buxton
Alfred WILDGOOSE Head M 23 Housepainter (+ w , dau) Buxton, Derby
Samuel HULLEY Lodg U 18 Joiner Baslow, Derby

1887 Jun qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley Samuel Bakewell 7b 1124a (GRO).

1887 11 Apr - married at St Giles church Matlock: Samuel Hulley 24 Single - father James Hulley; Mary Jane
Thompson 26 Single - father George Thompson.

1888 Mar qtr - son Benjamin George born at Chesterton (Cambs) RD: Hulley Benjamin George
Chesterton 3b 462 (GRO).

1891Jun qtr - dau Dallas Lily born at Bradford RD: Hulley Dallas Lily Bradford 9b 133 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/3630 f85 Manningham 21 St. Jude's Place
Sam.l Hulley Head M 28 Massuer Medical Rubber Lab Derbys Baslow
Mary A. Hulley Wife M 30 Massuer Medical Rubber Lab Derbys Matlock
Benj. G. Hulley Son 3 Cambs Chesterton
Dallas L.Hulley Dau 6mos Yorks Bradford

1901 census
RG 13/4162 f103r Bradford 11 St Judes Place
Samuel Hulley Head M 38 Masseur Derbys Baslow
Mary J. Hulley Wife 40 Derbys Matlock
Ben G. Hulley Son S 13 Cambridge Cambs
Dallas L. Hulley Dau 10 Yorks Bradford
William Gedling Brdr S 62 Tailor Westmld Millom

1916 24 Aug - dau Dallas Lily married at St Philip's church Girlington Bradford: James Walter ADAMS 28 Bachelor
Engineer 29 Durham Road - father James Leenie ADAMS Artist; Dallas Lily HULLEY 25 Spinster 25
Station Rd, Baildon - father Samuel HULLEY Massuer . Wits Frederick Adams, Leonie Janet Wagstaff,
Joseph Copley,Gertrude Adams.


Mary Jane Thompson

1861 - born at Matlock Derbyshire - see 1891 census below.

1887 Jun qtr - married at Bakewell RD: Hulley Samuel Bakewell 7b 1124a (GRO).

1887 11 Apr - married at St Giles church Matlock: Samuel Hulley 24 Single - father James Hulley; Mary Jane
Thompson 26 Single - father George Thompson.

1888 Mar qtr - son Benjamin George born at Chesterton (Cambs) RD: Hulley Benjamin George
Chesterton 3b 462 (GRO).

1891Jun qtr - dau Dallas Lily born at Bradford RD: Hulley Dallas Lily Bradford 9b 133 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/3630 f85 Manningham 21 St. Jude's Place
Sam.l Hulley Head M 28 Massuer Medical Rubber Lab Derbys Baslow
Mary A. Hulley Wife M 30 Massuer Medical Rubber Lab Derbys Matlock
Benj. G. Hulley Son 3 Cambs Chesterton
Dallas L.Hulley Dau 6mos Yorks Bradford

1901 census
RG 13/4162 f103r Bradford 11 St Judes Place
Samuel Hulley Head M 38 Masseur Derbys Baslow
Mary J. Hulley Wife 40 Derbys Matlock
Ben G. Hulley Son S 13 Cambridge Cambs
Dallas L. Hulley Dau 10 Yorks Bradford
William Gedling Brdr S 62 Tailor Westmld Millom

1916 24 Aug - dau Dallas Lily married at St Philip's church Girlington Bradford: James Walter ADAMS 28 Bachelor
Engineer 29 Durham Road - father James Leenie ADAMS Artist; Dallas Lily HULLEY 25 Spinster 25
Station Rd, Baildon - father Samuel HULLEY Massuer . Wits Frederick Adams, Leonie Janet Wagstaff,
Joseph Copley,Gertrude Adams.


360. Benjamin George Hulley

1888 Mar qtr - born at Chesterton (Cambs) RD: Hulley Benjamin George Chesterton 3b 462 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/3630 f85 Manningham 21 St. Jude's Place
Sam.l Hulley Head M 28 Massuer Medical Rubber Lab Derbys Baslow
Mary A. Hulley Wife M 30 Massuer Medical Rubber Lab Derbys Matlock
Benj. G. Hulley Son 3 Cambs Chesterton
Dallas L.Hulley Dau 6mos Yorks Bradford

1901 census
RG 13/4162 f103r Bradford 11 St Judes Place
Samuel Hulley Head M 38 Masseur Derbys Baslow
Mary J. Hulley Wife 40 Derbys Matlock
Ben G. Hulley Son S 13 Cambridge Cambs
Dallas L. Hulley Dau 10 Yorks Bradford
William Gedling Brdr S 62 Tailor Westmld Millom


361. Dallas Lily Hulley

1891Jun qtr - born at Bradford RD: Hulley Dallas Lily Bradford 9b 133 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/3630 f85 Manningham 21 St. Jude's Place
Sam.l Hulley Head M 28 Massuer Medical Rubber Lab Derbys Baslow
Mary A. Hulley Wife M 30 Massuer Medical Rubber Lab Derbys Matlock
Benj. G. Hulley Son 3 Cambs Chesterton
Dallas L.Hulley Dau 6mos Yorks Bradford

1901 census
RG 13/4162 f103r Bradford 11 St Judes Place
Samuel Hulley Head M 38 Masseur Derbys Baslow
Mary J. Hulley Wife 40 Derbys Matlock
Ben G. Hulley Son S 13 Cambridge Cambs
Dallas L. Hulley Dau 10 Yorks Bradford
William Gedling Brdr S 62 Tailor Westmld Millom

1916 24 Aug married at St Philip's church Girlington Bradford: James Walter ADAMS 28 Bachelor Engineer 29 Durham
Road - father James Leenie ADAMS Artist; Dallas Lily HULLEY 25 Spinster 25 Station Rd, Baildon - father
Samuel HULLEY Massuer . Wits Frederick Adams, Leonie Janet Wagstaff, Joseph Copley,Gertrude Adams.


James Walter Adams

1888 - born - see marriage entry below.

1916 24 Aug - married at St Philip's church Girlington Bradford: James Walter ADAMS 28 Bachelor Engineer 29
Durham Road - father James Leenie ADAMS Artist; Dallas Lily HULLEY 25 Spinster 25 Station Rd,
Baildon - father Samuel HULLEY Massuer. Wits Frederick Adams, Leonie Janet Wagstaff, Joseph
Copley,Gertrude Adams.


215. Benjamin Hulley

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

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

1884 Jun qtr - married at Chesterton RD: Hulley Benjamin Chesterton 3b 865 (GRO)

1885 Sep qtr - dau Harriet Grace born at Chesterton RD: Hulley Harriet Grace Chesterton 3b 445
(GRO).

1886 Sep qtr - dau Harriet Garce buried at Chesterton RD: Hulley Harriet Grace1 Chesterton 3b 281
(GRO).

1886 13 Sep - dau Harriet Grace buried at All Saint's church Longstanton Harriett Grace
HULLEY 12m (NBI)

1887 Dec qtr - dau Gertrude Rebecca born at Chesterton RD: Hulley Gertrude Rebecca Chesterton
3b 444 (GRO).

1889 Dec qtr - dau Beatrice Harriett L. born at Chesterton RD: Hulley Beatrice Harriet L Chesterton 3b
451(GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/1279 f8 Long Stanton Church Lane
Ben Hully Head M 26 Groom Baslow Derbys
Clara Hully Wife M 24 Willingham Cambs
Gertrude Hully Dau 3 Long Stanton Cambs
Beatrice Hully Dau 1 Long Stanton Cambs

1901 census
RG 13/4532 f146r Scarboro No. 8 Royal Crest. La
William H. Gough Head M 22 Hay,Straw and Corn Merchant Alne Yorkshire
Beatrice M. Gough Wife M 23 Scarborough do
Benjamin Hully Hsbd M 36 Coachman Groom Baslow Derbys
Clara Hully Wife M 34 Willingham Cambs
Beatrice Hully Dau 11 Long Stanton Cambs
Millicent Hully Dau 8 Long Stanton Cambs

1905 25 Jun - son Frederick Cyril born - see baptism entry below.

1907 05 May - son Frederick Cyril baptised at St Paul's church, Manningham: Frederick Cyril son of Benjamin & Clara
Hulley of 12 Carlisle Place Coachman.Born 25 Jun 1905.

1914 30 Sep - dau Gertrude Rebecca married at St Paul's church Manningham: Raymond LONG 30 Bachelor
Decorator 34 Clifton Place Shipley father - Amos Dennison LONG Retired; Gertrude Rebecca HULLEY
27 Spinster 12 Carlisle Place Benjamin HULLEY Caretaker. Wits Wallace Long, Benjamin Hulley.

1919 30 Jul - dau Millicent Doris married at St Paul's church Mannningham: Albert HILL 26 Bachelor Mohair Shearer
1 Unwin Place - father Lambert HILL Stone Dresser. Millicent Doris HULLEY 26 Spinster 12 Carlisle
Place - father Benjamin HULLEY Warehouse man. Wits Frank Hill, Benjamin Hulley.

1930 28 Aug - son Frederick Cyril married at St Paul's church Manningham: Frederick Cyril HULLEY 25 Bachelor
Insurance Agent 12 Carlisle Pl Manningham father - Benjamin HULLEY Decd Coachman. Florence
Maud WEST 26 Spinster 20 Northfield Pl Manningham father - John Henry WEST Upholsterer. Wits
Francis Robert T.Fowler, Clara Hulley (mother).


Clara Lack

1867 - born at Willingham Cambs - see 1891 census below.

1884 Jun qtr - married at Chesterton RD: Hulley Benjamin Chesterton 3b 865 (GRO)

1885 Sep qtr - dau Harriet Grace born at Chesterton RD: Hulley Harriet Grace Chesterton 3b 445
(GRO).

1886 Sep qtr - dau Harriet Garce buried at Chesterton RD: Hulley Harriet Grace1 Chesterton 3b 281
(GRO).

1886 13 Sep - dau Harriet Grace buried at All Saint's church Longstanton Harriett Grace
HULLEY 12m (NBI)

1887 Dec qtr - dau Gertrude Rebecca born at Chesterton RD: Hulley Gertrude Rebecca Chesterton
3b 444 (GRO).

1889 Dec qtr - dau Beatrice Harriett L. born at Chesterton RD: Hulley Beatrice Harriet L Chesterton 3b
451(GRO)

1891 census
RG 12/1279 f8 Long Stanton Church Lane
Ben Hully Head M 26 Groom Baslow Derbys
Clara Hully Wife M 24 Willingham Cambs
Gertrude Hully Dau 3 Long Stanton Cambs
Beatrice Hully Dau 1 Long Stanton Cambs

1901 census
RG 13/4532 f146r Scarboro No. 8 Royal Crest. La
William H. Gough Head M 22 Hay,Straw and Corn Merchant Alne Yorkshire
Beatrice M. Gough Wife M 23 Scarborough do
Benjamin Hully Hsbd M 36 Coachman Groom Baslow Derbys
Clara Hully Wife M 34 Willingham Cambs
Beatrice Hully Dau 11 Long Stanton Cambs
Millicent Hully Dau 8 Long Stanton Cambs

1905 25 Jun - son Frederick Cyril born - see baptism entry below.

1907 05 May - son Frederick Cyril baptised at St Paul's church, Manningham: Frederick Cyril son of Benjamin & Clara
Hulley of 12 Carlisle Place Coachman.Born 25 Jun 1905.

1914 30 Sep - dau Gertrude Rebecca married at St Paul's church Manningham: Raymond LONG 30 Bachelor
Decorator 34 Clifton Place Shipley father - Amos Dennison LONG Retired; Gertrude Rebecca HULLEY
27 Spinster 12 Carlisle Place Benjamin HULLEY Caretaker. Wits Wallace Long, Benjamin Hulley.

1919 30 Jul - dau Millicent Doris married at St Paul's church Mannningham: Albert HILL 26 Bachelor Mohair Shearer
1 Unwin Place - father Lambert HILL Stone Dresser. Millicent Doris HULLEY 26 Spinster 12 Carlisle
Place - father Benjamin HULLEY Warehouse man. Wits Frank Hill, Benjamin Hulley.


362. Harriet Grace Hulley

1885 Sep qtr - born at Chesterton RD: Hulley Harriet Grace Chesterton 3b 445 (GRO).

1886 Sep qtr - buried at Chesterton RD: Hulley Harriet Grace 1 Chesterton 3b 281 (GRO).

1886 13 Sep - buried at All Saint's church Longstanton Harriett Grace HULLEY 12m (NBI)


363. Gertrude Rebecca Hulley

1887 Dec qtr - born at Chesterton RD: Hulley Gertrude Rebecca Chesterton 3b 444 (GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/1279 f8 Long Stanton Church Lane
Ben Hully Head M 26 Groom Baslow Derbys
Clara Hully Wife M 24 Willingham Cambs
Gertrude Hully Dau 3 Long Stanton Cambs
Beatrice Hully Dau 1 Long Stanton Cambs

1901 census
RG 13/4162 f53 Bradford 14 Ball Street
William H. Nicholson Head M 58 Tin Plate Worker (+ w, 4 chn) Lancs Preston
Gertie Hulley Brdr S 13 Designer Tapestry Cambs [Long Stanton]

1914 30 Sep - married at St Paul's church Manningham: Raymond LONG 30 Bachelor Decorator 34 Clifton Place Shipley
father - Amos Dennison LONG Retired; Gertrude Rebecca HULLEY 27 Spinster 12 Carlisle Place
Benjamin HULLEY Caretaker. Wits Wallace Long, Benjamin Hulley.


Raymond Long

1884 - born - see marriage entry below.

1914 30 Sep - married at St Paul's church Manningham: Raymond LONG 30 Bachelor Decorator 34 Clifton Place Shipley
father - Amos Dennison LONG Retired; Gertrude Rebecca HULLEY 27 Spinster 12 Carlisle Place
Benjamin HULLEY Caretaker. Wits Wallace Long, Benjamin Hulley.


364. Beatrice Harriet L Hulley

1889 Dec qtr - born at Chesterton RD: Hulley Beatrice Harriet L Chesterton 3b 451(GRO).

1891 census
RG 12/1279 f8 Long Stanton Church Lane
Ben Hully Head M 26 Groom Baslow Derbys
Clara Hully Wife M 24 Willingham Cambs
Gertrude Hully Dau 3 Long Stanton Cambs
Beatrice Hully Dau 1 Long Stanton Cambs

1901 census
RG 13/4532 f146r Scarboro No. 8 Royal Crest. La
William H. Gough Head M 22 Hay,Straw and Corn Merchant Alne Yorkshire
Beatrice M. Gough Wife M 23 Scarborough do
Benjamin Hully Hsbd M 36 Coachman Groom Baslow Derbys
Clara Hully Wife M 34 Willingham Cambs
Beatrice Hully Dau 11 Long Stanton Cambs
Millicent Hully Dau 8 Long Stanton Cambs


365. Millicent Doris Hulley

1893 mar qtr - born at Chesterton Cambs RD: Hulley Millicent Doris Vol 3b page 436a (FreeBMD).

1919 30 Jul - married at St Paul's church Mannningham: Albert HILL 26 Bachelor Mohair Shearer 1 Unwin Place - father Lambert HILL Stone Dresser. Millicent Doris HULLEY 26 Spinster 12 Carlisle Place - father Benjamin
HULLEY Warehouse man. Wits Frank Hill, Benjamin Hulley.


Albert Hill

1893 - born - see marriage entry below.

1919 30 Jul - married at St Paul's church Mannningham: Albert HILL 26 Bachelor Mohair Shearer 1 Unwin Place - father Lambert HILL Stone Dresser. Millicent Doris HULLEY 26 Spinster 12 Carlisle Place - father Benjamin
HULLEY Warehouse man. Wits Frank Hill, Benjamin Hulley.


366. Frederick Cyril Hulley

1905 25 Jun - born - see baptism entry below.

1907 05 May - baptised at St Paul's church, Manningham: Frederick Cyril son of Benjamin & Clara Hulley of 12 Carlisle
Place Coachman.Born 25 Jun 1905.

1930 28 Aug - married at St Paul's church Manningham: Frederick Cyril HULLEY 25 Bachelor Insurance Agent 12
Carlisle Pl Manningham father - Benjamin HULLEY Decd Coachman. Florence Maud WEST 26 Spinster
20 Northfield Pl Manningham father - John Henry WEST Upholsterer. Wits Francis Robert T.Fowler,
Clara Hulley (mother).


Florence Maud West

1904 - born - see marriage entry below.

1930 28 Aug - married at St Paul's church Manningham: Frederick Cyril HULLEY 25 Bachelor Insurance Agent 12
Carlisle Pl Manningham father - Benjamin HULLEY Decd Coachman. Florence Maud WEST 26 Spinster
20 Northfield Pl Manningham father - John Henry WEST Upholsterer. Wits Francis Robert T.Fowler,
Clara Hulley (mother).


217. Henry Hulley

1873 Jun qtr - born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Henry Bakewell 7b 666 (GRO).

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

1894 Mar qtr - married at Derby RD: Hulley Henry Derby 7b 744 (GRO).

1894 17 Jan - married Mary E. Dawson at Derby RD.

1894 - working as a gardener at Irlam Hall, Dovedale - information supplied by Celia Hulley

1894 Dec qtr - son James Henry born at Ashbourne RD: Hulley James Henry Ashbourne 7b 648
(GRO).

1894 25 Nov - son James Henry born at Irlam Derbyshire.

1897 Jun qtr - dau Galdys born at Belper RD: Hulley Gladys Belper 7b 602 (GRO).

1899 Jun qtr - son Thomas born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Thomas Bakewell 7b 865 (GRO).

1900 - dau Phyllis G. born at Baslow - see 1901 census below.


1901 census
RG 13/3262 f74 Baslow
Henry Hulley Head M 27 Gardener Domestic Derbys Baslow
Mary Hulley Wife M 29 Derbys Melbourne
James H. Hulley Son 6 Staffs Ilam
Gladys Hulley Dau 4 Derbys Belper
Thomas Hulley Son 1 Derbys Baslow
Phyllis G. Hulley Dau 7mos Derbys Baslow
William Thornton Boarder W 65 Boot & Shoe Maker Yorks Huddersfield
Charles Streett Boarder W 44 Horse Carter on Farm Derbys Baslow

1905 - son Lancelot born.

1911 census
RD 439; Ed 6; Piece No. 21178 Baslow, Chesterfield
Henry Hulley Head 37 M Motor Car Driver Derbys Baslow
Mary Hulley Wife 39 M Derbys Melbourne
James Henry Hulley Son 16 S Gardener Domestic Staffs Ilam
Thomas Hulley Son 11 School Derbys Baslow
Phyllis Hulley Dau 10 School Derbys Baslow
Lillian Audrey Hulley Dau 7 School Derbys Baslow
Lancelot Hulley Son 5 Derbys Baslow
Nora Hulley Dau 3 Derbys Baslow
John Hulley Son 10mos Derbys Baslow

1912 - son Benjamin born.

1955 20 Jun - died at Baslow - Grave No. H62
In Loving Memory of
MARY
THE DEARLY BELOVED WIFE OF
HENRY HULLEY
(OF DERWENT HOUSE, BASLOW)
DIED MAY 28TH 1927
AGED 56 YEARS
Thy Will be Done
AND OF
HENRY HULLEY
HUSBAND OF THE ABOVE
REUNITED JUNE 20TH 1955
AGED 83 YEARS

2010 - Information shown on Hulleys of Baslow website

Henry Hulley was born and raised in Baslow. Having worked as a chauffeur for The Hydro, a magnificent Baslow hotel, Henry purchased his own 5 seat Ford T taxi in 1914 which was garaged at the rear of The Peacock Hotel (now The Cavendish).
In 1920, on the back of the success of the single taxi, two further Darracq cars were added to the fleet. During the same year, with the introduction of the Road Traffic Act 1920, the Hulley's fleet was registered for the first time establishing the operating name still in use today.

1921 saw the introduction of the first bus into the Hulley's fleet, a one ton T Ford with solid tyres and centrally placed steering wheel. The purchase was apparently a ploy to prevent third son Lance from leaving the company. He had wanted to see Hulleys branch out further and was considering going to Australia to seek his fortune. A service between Bakewell and Chesterfield via Baslow was created, still in operation today as service 170.

A purpose built four bed roomed house and corrugated iron garage were built adjacent to Calver Road in early 1922 to house the now expanding fleet.

By the mid 1920’s the Bakewell to Chesterfield route had evolved into a daily service and a run from Bakewell to Youlgreave was established in 1925.

Fleet additions and the introduction of larger vehicles meant the recently constructed garage had to be completely rebuilt by the late 1920’s.

The prosperity of the Thirties experienced by bus companies nationwide meant Hulleys were able to expand both fleet and routes even further. Services now included Tideswell, Eyam, Wardlow, Litton, Calver, Stoney Middleton, Haddon and Middleton as well as regular summer excursions to destinations such as York, Skegness, Southport and Blackpool.

By 1934 the fleet totalled 7 vehicles, none more than five years old and several brand new. The acquisition of a piece of land on the opposite side of Calver Road for use as a petrol station, with three pumps dispensing fuel to passing motorists at 6.5p per gallon, enabled the company to develop the business further.

In January 1938 Henry Hulley & Sons was formed into a limited company with the members of the family holding all the shares.

One year later in 1939, local operator Maurice Kenyon was taken ill. Hulleys filled in on his service linking Baslow and Calver with Grindleford Railway Station, leading to the take over of Kenyon’s business some months later.

The outbreak of World War II led to the acquisition of three buses by the Ministry of Defence. The petrol station was taken over by the authorities and the rationing of fuel also led to a reduction in the number of journeys each service was permitted to make. Surprisingly however, in the early years of the war, the Grindleford Station service saw increased patronage from people who moved out to the relative safety of the Derbyshire villages and commuted to work in Sheffield. Services were cut back even further after 1942 when fuel supplies were more severely restricted. Even the popular Grindleford service had evening and Sunday services heavily reduced.

In August 1945, 3 months after VE day, evening services were all but back to normal after years of blackouts.

A now overworked fleet of ageing buses coupled with the increased demand from passengers wishing to travel, having spent the six years of the war with restricted movements, led to the purchase of a further 9 vehicles by the end of 1946. Services were increased to take in Ilam, Thorpe, Mappleton, Ashbourne, Dovedale and Leek.

February and March of 1947 are remembered for very heavy snowfall. Equally well remembered is the determination of Hulleys staff to keep services running where possible. Teams of employees were often deployed to clear routes, enabling the safe passage of the service. Letters from patrons in the proceeding weeks referred to ‘the most creditable effort’ and ‘the splendid way the services had been operated’ along with ‘the courtesy and patience of the staff’.

During the early 1950’s, the increased competition in the area meant there were limited possibilities to register new services so Hulleys set about improving the level of service on the routes they already operated.

The increasing popularity of both motor car and motorcycle however, meant passenger numbers were now declining rapidly. Along with ever increasing fuel tax and staff wage rises, Hulleys could no longer absorb all the running costs. And so, in 1952, fares were increased for the first time in nearly 30 years!

Between 1951 and 1954, eleven vehicles left the fleet with almost no replacements. A reflection of the major decrease in patronage the bus industry was suffering. During this time however, the first one man operation vehicle was purchased by Hulleys, eliminating the need for a conductor and thus reducing operating costs.

The successful excursion programme of the early Thirties was resumed in 1954 with all the major seaside resorts as destinations as well as Alton Towers

Further problems in the late Fifties were caused by the Suez crisis and a national bus strike in 1957, both of which contributed to further fare increases for passengers.

The 1960’s were a time of consolidation. Passenger numbers were slowly decreasing and the various operators in the area had all the viable routes covered. The biggest change was the introduction of one man, under floor engine buses to replace the half cabs that were now out of fashion.

In 1969, the fleet consisted of its lowest post-war number, just 11 vehicles. The most successful service during the war, Baslow to Grindleford Station, and the very first service operated by Hulleys, Freebirch to Chesterfield on Saturdays, were both withdrawn as uneconomical.

In 1973, the raising of the school leaving age to a compulsory 16 placed extra demands on the fleet and by 1975 the number of buses was back up to 17.

The death of Thomas Hulley in 1971 prompted the remaining directors to consider there futures in the business, all were close to retiring age and so the decision was taken to sell. By 1976 there was various interest in the business but no firm offers.

Nina, John (Jack) and Benjamin Hulley resigned their positions as directors in 1978, their posts being filled by the Wooliscroft family, owners of Silver Service at Darley Dale. Hulleys was now a wholly owned subsidiary of J H Wooliscroft & Sons Ltd. The land that was once a petrol station was sold separately for a housing development.

The new company maintained the same operation as Hulleys, making only minor changes to the routes that were already operated.

After only ten years, the Hulleys name was reinstated when Wooliscrofts decided to sell on the Baslow operation. The company was purchased by Arthur Cotterill, Silver Service transport manager and Peter Eades, a Hulleys mechanic and driver for 40 years.

The following few years were used to re-establish a very well respected business, the use of the Hulleys fleet name a sign of the faith the new directors had in the old company’s principals.

An increase in fleet size to 19, and a move towards vehicles available for private hire as well as the stage carriage work operated for so long, saw Hulleys once again become one of the Peak District’s major operators.

In the mid 90’s, a small holiday and summer excursion programme was set up with regular travellers coming back year after year.

In late 2000, Arthur took the decision to retire. He stayed on until June 2001 to allow Richard Eades, Peter’s son, to settle into the role of Transport Manager.

The business today now operates a fleet of 19 modern vehicles. The backbone of the business remains stage carriage, as was established in 1920, with private hire, schools contracts and a summer day excursion programme making up the rest of the work.

Whilst the company has come a long way since its establishment in the early part of the twentieth century, it maintains the traditions and standards that have been associated with Hulleys for so long.

See also the website at the following Link (by kind permission of David Harrison, a local bus driver for over 35 years) :

<a href='http://www.peakdistrict-nationalpark.com/hulleys-baslow.aspx'>Hulley's of Baslow - a potted history</a>


Mary E. Dawson

1872 - born at Melbourne - see 1901 census below.

1894 Mar qtr - married at Derby RD: Hulley Henry Derby 7b 744 (GRO).

1894 17 Jan - married Mary E. Dawson at Derby RD.

1894 Dec qtr - son James Henry born at Ashbourne RD: Hulley James Henry Ashbourne 7b 648
(GRO).

1894 25 Nov - son James Henry born at Ilam Derbyshire

1897 Jun qtr - dau Galdys born at Belper RD: Hulley Gladys Belper 7b 602 (GRO).

1899 Jun qtr - son Thomas born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Thomas Bakewell 7b 865 (GRO).

1900 - dau Phyllis G. born at Baslow - see 1901 census below.

1901 census
RG 13/3262 f74 Baslow
Henry Hulley Head M 27 Gardener Domestic Derbys Baslow
Mary Hulley Wife M 29 Derbys Melbourne
James H. Hulley Son 6 Staffs Ilam
Gladys Hulley Dau 4 Derbys Belper
Thomas Hulley Son 1 Derbys Baslow
Phyllis G. Hulley Dau 7mos Derbys Baslow
William Thornton Boarder W 65 Boot & Shoe Maker Yorks Huddersfield
Charles Streett Boarder W 44 Horse Carter on Farm Derbys Baslow

1905 - son Lancelot born.

1911 census
RD 439; Ed 6; Piece No. 21178 Baslow, Chesterfield
Henry Hulley Head 37 M Motor Car Driver Derbys Baslow
Mary Hulley Wife 39 M Derbys Melbourne
James Henry Hulley Son 16 S Gardener Domestic Staffs Ilam
Thomas Hulley Son 11 School Derbys Baslow
Phyllis Hulley Dau 10 School Derbys Baslow
Lillian Audrey Hulley Dau 7 School Derbys Baslow
Lancelot Hulley Son 5 Derbys Baslow
Nora Hulley Dau 3 Derbys Baslow
John Hulley Son 10mos Derbys Baslow


1912 - son Benjamin born.

1927 28 May - died at Baslow - Grave No. H62
In Loving Memory of
MARY
THE DEARLY BELOVED WIFE OF
HENRY HULLEY
(OF DERWENT HOUSE, BASLOW)
DIED MAY 28TH 1927
AGED 56 YEARS
Thy Will be Done
AND OF
HENRY HULLEY
HUSBAND OF THE ABOVE
REUNITED JUNE 20TH 1955
AGED 83 YEARS


370. Phyllis G. Hulley

1900 Dec qtr - born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Phyllis Gertrude 7b 739 (FreeBMD).

1901 census
RG 13/3262 f74 Baslow
Henry Hulley Head M 27 Gardener Domestic Derbys Baslow
Mary Hulley Wife M 29 Derbys Melbourne
James H. Hulley Son 6 Staffs Ilam
Gladys Hulley Dau 4 Derbys Belper
Thomas Hulley Son 1 Derbys Baslow
Phyllis G. Hulley Dau 7mos Derbys Baslow
William Thornton Boarder W 65 Boot & Shoe Maker Yorks Huddersfield
Charles Streett Boarder W 44 Horse Carter on Farm Derbys Baslow

1902 04 Sep - ?born - informatiion from Celia Harrison.

1911 census
RD 439; Ed 6; Piece No. 21178 Baslow, Chesterfield
Henry Hulley Head 37 M Motor Car Driver Derbys Baslow
Mary Hulley Wife 39 M Derbys Melbourne
James Henry Hulley Son 16 S Gardener Domestic Staffs Ilam
Thomas Hulley Son 11 School Derbys Baslow
Phyllis Hulley Dau 10 School Derbys Baslow
Lillian Audrey Hulley Dau 7 School Derbys Baslow
Lancelot Hulley Son 5 Derbys Baslow
Nora Hulley Dau 3 Derbys Baslow
John Hulley Son 10mos Derbys Baslow


371. Lilian Audrey Hulley

1903 Sep qtr - born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Lilian Audrey 7b 881 (FreeBMD).

1903 04 Jun - born - information from Celia Harrison

1911 census
RD 439; Ed 6; Piece No. 21178 Baslow, Chesterfield
Henry Hulley Head 37 M Motor Car Driver Derbys Baslow
Mary Hulley Wife 39 M Derbys Melbourne
James Henry Hulley Son 16 S Gardener Domestic Staffs Ilam
Thomas Hulley Son 11 School Derbys Baslow
Phyllis Hulley Dau 10 School Derbys Baslow
Lillian Audrey Hulley Dau 7 School Derbys Baslow
Lancelot Hulley Son 5 Derbys Baslow
Nora Hulley Dau 3 Derbys Baslow
John Hulley Son 10mos Derbys Baslow


373. Nina Hulley

1907 Dec qtr - born at Bakewell RD: Hulley Nina 7b 840 (FreeBMD).

1907 23 Nov - born - information from Celia Harrison

1911 census
RD 439; Ed 6; Piece No. 21178 Baslow, Chesterfield
Henry Hulley Head 37 M Motor Car Driver Derbys Baslow
Mary Hulley Wife 39 M Derbys Melbourne
James Henry Hulley Son 16 S Gardener Domestic Staffs Ilam
Thomas Hulley Son 11 School Derbys Baslow
Phyllis Hulley Dau 10 School Derbys Baslow
Lillian Audrey Hulley Dau 7 School Derbys Baslow
Lancelot Hulley Son 5 Derbys Baslow
Nina Hulley Dau 3 Derbys Baslow
John Hulley Son 10mos Derbys Baslow


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