Derbyshire Miscellany

Derbyshire Miscellany is published twice a year (Spring and Autumn) published by the Society and contains articles on Derbyshire’s local history.  It is available to members paying the optional additional annual subscription for a paper copy. After 5 years they are made freely available in PDF format – scroll down on this page to see a list of these with links to download.

We welcome contributions to Miscellany. For further information please contact the Editor – see Contact Us page. If you wish to purchase a previous edition of Miscellany please use the General Enquiry Form on the Contact Us page. 

The latest editions (not yet available on line) include the following articles:–

Volume 22: Part 3, Spring 2020
New evidence that the South Derbyshire village of Twyford was once the site of a Hospitaller Bailiff’s house by Joan Davies
Derby’s Canadian Pioneer – Rev George William Taylor by David Parry
The Depot Silk Mill in Derby and the Gibson and Ronalds families by Beverley Ronalds
Tracing the 12th century foundation of Becket Well, Derby by Joan D’Arcy
A Destructive Fire in Derby at Davenport’s silk mill
Dale Abbey Iron Works

Volume 22: Part 2 (Autumn 2019) 
The Glossop Easter Books by Derek Brumhead
Charities administered by the Corporation of Derby in the latter part of the eighteenth century, Part 1. by Anne Bull
Advertisement for the sale of the Heights of Abraham in 1838.

Volume 22: Part 1 (Spring 2019) 
‘As Poor as a Stockinger’, Framework Knitting in Derby 1705–1855  by Alan Cockayne
The Corporation of Derby and the Chamberlains Account Books with bills and receipts in the latter part of the eighteenth century by Anne Bull and Linda Owen
Diary of a Shipley farmer 1867: Part 6: November 15-31 December by Malcolm Burrows.

Volume 21 Part 6 (Autumn 2018) 
From King’s Mead Priory to Mundy Street: the development and disintegration of an ex-monastic site and estate in Derby 1536-1825  By  Richard Clark
Infant mortality in Derby and Nottingham 1890-1911  By  Denise Amos
Diary of a Shipley farmer 1867: Part 5: September 10 – 14 November  By  Malcolm Burrows

Volume 21 Part 5 (Spring 2018)  
Land Tax in the New Mills region 1778-1832  By  Derek Brumhead
The gypsum industry in the early 17th century  By  Miriam Wood
John Robertson of Baslow – Architect  By  Ann Hall

Volume 21 Part 4 (Autumn 2017)  
‘Of known integrity, honesty and fortune’: the social background and education of the astronomer John Flamsteed  By  Frances Willmoth

Volume 21 Part 3 (Spring 2017)  
The Chinley Herbages  By  Derek Brumhead
The Life and Times of a Delinquent Cavalier, Sir Aston Cokaine, 1608-1684, Royalist, Catholic, Poet and Dramatist  By  Alan Cockayne

Volume 21: Part 2 (Autumn 2016) 
A Derbyshire family in the Middle Ages: The Shirleys of Shirley and the Saracen’s Head  By  Irene Brightmer
Three into two won’t go. Marriage and Hardwick’s ‘Eglantine Table’ By Terry Kilburn
Sir Samuel Sleigh 1603-1679  By  Roger Dalton
Diary of a Shipley Farmer 1867: Part 4 July 20 – 9 September  By  Malcolm Burrows

Volume 21: Part 1 (Spring 2016) 
Exeter House, Derby  By  Joan D’Arcy

Previous editions prior to 2016 are available for download as below.

Volume 20: Part 6 (Autumn 2015)
William Barton – Rowland’s very own highwayman  By  Ann Hall
The New Mills Torrs Hydro and Torr Mill  By  Derek Brumhead
The Ordnance Depot, Derby and its later owners 1805-1966 Part 3: Ambrose Moore (1788-1873) and the Wilson family  By  Jane Steer
John Porter, citizen and merchant tailor of London  By  Miriam Wood

Volume 20: Part 5 (Spring 2015)
Clay tobacco pipe fragments found in a Derby garden  By  M. Campbell-Wilson
A Chaddesden link with the Island of Minorca By  Peter Cholerton
The Dog and Duck, Shardlow By  Miriam Wood
An early 19th century Light Show.  How Derby celebrated the surrender of Napoleon, June 1814  By  Joan D’Arcy
Henry Sacheverell of Hopwell (1547-1620)  By  Miriam Wood
Obituaries: Tom Larimore and Joan Ferguson, nee Sinar
Diary of a Shipley Farmer 1867: Part 3: April 17-18 July  By  Malcolm Burrows.
The Ordnance Depot, Derby and its later owners 1805-1966, Part 2: Ambrose Moore, 1788-1873 by  Jane Steer

Volume 20: Part 4 (Autumn 2014)
The Ordnance Depot, Derby and its later owners 1805-1966 By  Joan D’Arcy and Jane Steer
The Toll Collectors of Rowdale Bar  By  Ann Hall
The ‘Island of Minorca’ – A Sawley Curiosity By Adrian Henstock
Diary of a Shipley Farmer 1867: Part 2: March 11-16 April By Malcolm Burrows

Volume 20: Part 3 (Spring 2014)
Landowners of Aston upon Trent 1500-1924, Part 2 By Miriam Wood
Derby Shrovetide Football to be Banned in 1731 By the Derby Research Group
The Ports of Etwall By Roger Dalton
A 17th Century Farmhouse Dairy, Stone House Prebend, Derby By Joan D’Arcy
Diary of a Shipley Farmer 1867: Part 1: January 7-9 March By Malcolm Burrows

Volume 20: Part 2 (Autumn 2013)
Landowners of Aston upon Trent 1500 – 1924 By Miriam Wood
The North West Derbyshire Limestone Industry: the supply of an essential raw material in the Industrial Revolution By John Leach

Volume 20: Part 1 (Spring 2013)
Harrisons of Bridge Gate, Derby Whitesmiths and Engineers. Part 1: William Harrison
Shardlow Manor and Manor House By Miriam Wood

Volume 19: Part 6 (Autumn 2012)
The 1682 Inventory of William Mundy of Darley By Jane Steer
Shardlow Manor and Manor House By Miriam Wood

Volume 19: Part 5 (Spring 2012)
The Railway Omnibus from Amber Gate to Matlock Bath in 1840. By Jane Steer
The Diary of Joseph Hutsby: Part 6: 14 April 1845 — May 1846
Upward social mobility among Derbyshire’s Tudor merchants. Part 2: Thomas Thacker and his family’s successors By Anthony Thacker

Volume 19: Part 4 (Autumn 2011)
The impact of the growth in municipal public transport in Chesterfield 1919-1939 By Clive Leivers
Sotheby’s catalogue of the Chatsworth attic sale, 5-7 October 2010 By Malcolm Burrows
The Manchester and Buxton Railway By David Hodgkins
The Twyford Blacksmith’s Accounts By Margaret Campbell Wilson
The Diaries of Edward Smith of Allestree, Private Secretary to the Eyans of Allestree Hall, 1856-1859 and 1863-1869 By Rosemary Lucas

Volume 19: Part 3 (Spring 2011)
The Diary of Joseph Hutsby: Part 5: February – 12 April
The Parish Boundary between Etwall & Egginton: the arbitration of 1791 By Roger Dalton
Upward social mobility amongst Derbyshire’s Tudor merchants Part 1: Thomas Thacker and his family’s origins By Anthony Thacker

Volume 19: Part 2 (Autumn 2010)
The Elephant & Castle Inn 1613-1782 (later the Angel Inn, Cornmarket, Derby By Jane Steer
A Village revealed: 200 years of Brassington Wills By Ron Slack

Volume 19: Part 1 (Spring 2010)
The Old Harrow Inn, Market Place, Ilkeston
The Diary of Joseph Hutsby, Part 4
Bank Hall, Chapel-en-le-Frith By H. Eric Lumb & Mike Gregg 

Volume 18: Part 6 (Autumn 2009)
British Archaeological Association. Eighth Annual Meeting, Derby, 18-23 August 1851 By Jane Steer
Joseph Wilkes and Measham By Janet Spavold & Sue Brown
Limestone Quarries near Peak Dale, Peak District By Derek Drumhead
The Melton Forward Control By Keith Reedman
The Reverend Robert Porter (cl558-1617p Rector of Aston upon Trent 1588-1617 By Miriam Wood 

Volume 18: Part 5 (Spring 2009)
From the Derby Mercury: The Military Depot, Derby
A Note on the Use of Gypsum or Plaster for Chamber Floorings
The Rules of an Eighteenth Century Poor House
A Note on Stone Fragments found at St. Alkmunds, Derby from Malcolm Burrows
A Seventeenth Century Wall Painting in Chaddesden Church By Peter Cholerton
An Account of an Artificial Spring of Water By Erasmus Darwin
Lost Sheep/Black Sheep: The Adventures of William Gell By Ron Slack 

Volume 18: Part 4 (Autumn 2008)
Castle Fields House, Derby from the Derby Mercury
The Marble Works, Derby and Masson Cottage, Matlock Bath: Further Notes By Jane Steer
The Three Angel Inns and the Elephant and Castle Inn in Rotten Row and the Cornmarket, Derby By Peter Billson
John Ward: a biography By Maurice 

Volume 18: Part 3 (Spring 2008)
Sale of Shirley Water Corn Mill, 1815
The Dairy of Joseph Hutsby: Part 3: June-September 1844
Severn Engineering Works and James A. Lee By Geoff Sadler
Bemrose ’s facsimile printing process By Edward J. Law
Woolley’s world: William Woolley and the rural scene in Southern Derbyshire in the mid-eighteenth century By Roger Dalton

Volume 18: Part 2 (Autumn 2007)
The Angel Inn, Cornmarket, Derby formerly the Elephant and Castle Inn By Jane Steer
I join the Derby Sketching Club and meet Mrs Mundy By the late Fred Ellingham
The traditional Boots shop: a personal view Ruth Evans
John Thacker Saxton: a Chesterfield radical By Lesley Phillips
The Probate Inventory of a Master Shoemaker: William Titterton of Ashbourne, Died 1642 By Catherine Dack

Volume 18: Part 1 (Spring 2007)
Roy Christian 1914-2006 By Mick Appleby
Derbyshire farming c1880 and the Great Agricultural Depression By Roger T. Dalton
An account of the lime kilns and associated quarries at Turnditch, Derbyshire By Sue Woore
The Spar Manufactory, Derby, and the Mawe family: Further notes By Jane Steer

Volume 17: Part 6 (Autumn 2006)
John Mawe’s Museum at Cheltenham By Jane Steer
The Ollersett Waterworks, 1831-1907 By Derek Brumhead
Prayers for the dead – Vernon chantries and benefactions to monasteries By Anthony Cox

Volume 17: Part 5 (Spring 2006)
Pupil teachers in the Derby Board Schools – a postscript By Sheila Amer
The Shipley Poem contributed By Malcolm Burrows
A brief history and archaeological analysis of Brook Street Chapel, Derby: a General Baptist Chapel 1892-1854 and a Wesleyan Methodist Chapel 1856-2002 By Peter Billson with contributions from Joan D’Arcy
The search for Lutudarum, evidence and supposition By Anton Shone

Volume 17: Part 4 (Autumn 2005)
The diary of Joseph Hutsby Part 2: January-May 1844
Malpas Road on Matlock Bank By Miriam Wood
John Leedham: a case too far By Alan F. Jones
I had never seen better shops in a country town: Fashionable retailing in Hanoverian Derby By Ian Mitchell

Volume 17: Part 3 (Spring 2005)
Smallpox among the navvies: the response of Bakewell Rural Sanitary Authority By Clive Leivers
Pupil teachers in the Derby Board Schools By Sheila Amer
New Mills in Bowden Middlecale before the Industrial Revolution By Derek Brumhead

Volume 17: Part 2 (Autumn 2004)
Note: condensed from Walks in the Neighbourhood of Sheffield, 1830 contributed By Malcolm Burrows
Note: The rise and progress of the spar manufactures of Derbyshire By Jane Steer
Belland lives on near Old Brampton Editor’s Note
Note: The Archaeological Journal: December 1844 contributed By Malcolm Burrows
The diary of Joseph Hutsby: Part I, 1843
Railway milk from Etwall station, South Derbyshire during the autumn of 1883 By Roger Dalton
The social structure of Nonconformist Evangelicalism: a study of the Methodist circuit of Belper By Clive Leivers
An Award for Roger Dalton and Derbyshire Miscellany

Volume 17: Part 1 (Spring 2004)
Part 3: The site of the Hospital of St Helen’s in the 19th century. 2. 85 King Street (former Derby China Works) By Jane Steer
Barrage balloon sites in the City of Derby – readers comments on the article in Vol 16: Part 6
Sir John Gell of Hopton and his hawks By Ron Slack
The Rev. George Greaves (1746-1828) and Stanton By Bridge during his incumbency By Joan Baker
Some notes on Denby in the time of John Flamstead By Dudley Fowkes
The Fitzherbert Family: Derbyshire recusants By John March

Volume 16: Part 6 (Autumn 2003)
Barrage balloon sites in the City of Derby By Jim Regan
The site of the Hospital of St Helen’s in the 19th century. 1: The Spar Manufactory By Jane Steer

Volume 16: Part 5 (Spring 2003)
Long Eaton County School before 1920 (Extracted from Cambridge & Clare, the autobiography of the late Sir Harry Godwin, FRS (1901-1985 :
St George’s Chapel – a puzzle answered
The Derbyshire Farm Labourer in the 1860s By Roger Dalton
The Chinley Tithe Case 1765-6 By Derek Brumhead

Volume 16: Part 4 (Autumn 2002)
John Coke – theatre patron By Howard Usher
Part 2: The buildings on the site of the Hospital of St Helen’s in the eighteenth century By Jane Steer
Part 1: St Helen’s Oratory and Hospital By Joan D’Arcy
From Religious Oratory to Spar Manufactory – the development of the site of St Helen’s, Derby: Introduction By Joan D’Arcy and Jane Steer

Volume 16: Part 3 (Spring 2002)
Charles Cox – a note on the coal mining interests By David G. Edwards
The Derby Buildings Record By Barbara Hutton
An assessment of the Chartist Movement in Derby 1839-42 By Rosemary Key

Volume 16: Part 2 (Autumn 2001)
Southwood House and garden: Correction to Vol 16, Part 1.
The Midland Counties Railway bridge in Sawley By Ian Mitchell
John Farey’s Derbyshire: cattle and Derbyshire farming in the early nineteenth century By Roger Dalton
Colonel Gell and Major Sanders: internal feuding among the Parliamentary forces in Derbyshire during the Civil War of 1642-6 By Ron Slack.

Volume 16: Part 1 (Spring 2001)
Southwood House and garden, a rare 16th century survival By Janet Spavold and Sue Brown
Farming in Barrow-upon-Trent and Twyford in the 16th and 17th centuries using the evidence of wills and probate inventories By Joan Davies and Barbara Hutton

Volume 15: Part 6 (Autumn 2000)
Allotments in mid-nineteenth century Derbyshire – a request By Jeremy Burchardt
A short life of J. Charles Cox – Derbyshire Miscellany Spring 2000 – a note By Bernard Nurse
The operation of the old Poor Laws in Boulton By Dudley Fowkes
A short history of the Central United Reformed Church, Derby By K.M. Eagers
Philip Gell and the corsairs By Ron Slack

Volume 15: Part 5 (Spring 2000)
The High Peak Rail Road 1815 By David Martin
The estates of Thomas Eyre of Rowter in the Royal Forest of the Peak and the Massereene connection By Derek Brumhead
A short life of J. Charles Cox By Canon Maurice Abbot

Volume 15: Part 4 (Autumn 1999)
Melbourne Water Supply By Howard Usher
John Farey’s Derbyshire: Derbyshire sheep farming in the early nineteenth century By Roger Dalton
Notes on the supposed Roman Baths at Buxton By J.T. Leach

Volume 15 Part 3 (Spring 1999)
A Derby Engineer – William John Stephenson-Peach, M.I.M.E By Betty Kitching
The Stanley to Chaddesden Tramway of the Derby Kilburn Colliery Company By Peter Cholerton
Some Reflections on George Eliot, Adam Bede and Derbyshire By Bert Clarke
The Committee Wagon of the Peak Forest Canal Company By Brian Lamb
Accounts for the Building of Sawley School, 1771-2 By Keith Reedman
Torr Vale Mills and the Torrs, New Mills – correction
Mr Wragg’s List: A local 18th century resource for family history research By Janet Ashley

Volume 15: Part 2 (Autumn 1998)
South Normanton Post Mill – a sad story By Alan Gifford
Torr Vale Mill and the Torrs, New Mills By Derek Brumhead
Addendum to CIVIL WAR DERBYSHIRE: SIR JOHN GELL’S ’TRUE RELATION’ RECONSIDERED (from Vol 14, Part 6, Autumn 1997)
Reportage of the Michaelmas Cheese Fair at Derby in the Derby Mercury 1780-1880 By Roger Dalton
Bubonic plague or anthrax or measles? By John Clifford
Arleston and the Knights Hospitaller of St John of Jerusalem By Barbara Hutton

Volume 15: Part 1 (Spring 1998)
The residence of William Emes at Mackworth By Rosemary Lucas
William Margerison: the first master of Staveley Netherthorpe school By Pamela Kettle
Things written in the glasse windowes at Buxstons’ By Mike Langham
Grammar school education in Derby: its early history to 1662 By Richard Clark

Volume 14: Part 6 (Autumn 1997)
St Giles Church, Normanton-by-Derby – addendum
Civil War Derbyshire: Sir John Gell’s ’True Relation’ reconsidered By Andrew Polkey

Volume 14: Part 5 (Spring 1997)
The cattle plague in Derbyshire 1865 to 1866 By Roger Dalton
Overton, Ashover and Sir Joseph Banks By Stuart Band
Found: the site of an early water mill in South Derbyshire By D.J. Baker
Beautifull Dustp an appraisal of the Allestrey Monument in Derby Cathedral By Maxwell Craven
A re-evaluation of the destroyed church of St Giles, Normanton-by-Derby By Judith Raven

Volume 14: Part 4 (Autumn 1996)
George Newall’s estate map of Culland (1709) – a Staffordshire stray (R.H.Osborne :
Caught in the Act (extract from the Court Rolls, Duffield – 20 Oct: 44 Eliz: 1602)
Edward Clulow: Victorian railway booking clerk, bookseller, newsagent, stationer and sub-office postmaster (P.Billson)
Keeping it in the family – a history of Harrison Bros. & Howson, Sheffield cutlers (D.E.Jenkins)
Derbyshire Archaeological and Historical Society (reprinted from ’The Reliquaryp January 1878)
J.C.Bates (H.Langham and C.Wells)
Ashover Fabrick: a lost seventeenth century folly (A.J.M. Henstock)

Volume 14: Part 3 (Spring 1996)
The origins of people living in Ironville in 1851 (D.V.Fowkes :
Derby Borough Rental 1729: Part 2 (J.Steer)
The Manor of Stanton-by-Bridge (J.Baker)

Volume 14: Part 2 (Autumn 1995)
George Lamb’s advice for future archivists (H.J.Usher)
Les Tuxford remembers the early ’bus scene in Derby (L.Tuxford)
Derby Borough Rental 1729: Part 1 (J.Steer)
St Bride’s Farm, Stanton-by-Bridge (R.J.Usher)

Volume 14: Part 1 (Spring 1995)
Shirebrook Notes (C.Crapper)

Volume 13: Part 6 (Autumn 1994)
Staveley population changes (A.D.Smith)
A case of Mineral Tithes (H.J.Usher)
The industrial archaeology of New Mills (D.Brumhead)
The 1803 ’Home Guard’ (U.J.Usher)
Hasland Old Hall (S.L.Garlic)
Winter in Eyam: extracts from the journal of Thomas Birds (D.V.Fowkes)
A description of Derbyshire in 1764 (J.V.Beckett)

Volume 13: Part 5 (Spring 1994)
Derbyshire Toolmakers (B.H.Read)
Editorial note on ’A commentary on recent work on the Morley Park and Alderwasley Ironworks and Coal Mines’ (Editor)
Two Victorian engineers with Derbyshire origins (J.E.P.Heath)
Some additional notes on William Brunton, May 1777-October 1851 (J.E.P.Heath)
The Primitive Methodist Chapel at Normanton-by-Derby (E.J.Wheatley)
The Ticknall Round House (Y.Crowden)
Buildings on Swarkestone Bridge (J.Eaker)
William Peverel and family (J.B.Crisp)

Volume 13: Part 4 (Autumn 1993)
Mary Brocksopp (1811-1835p a minor North Derbyshire heiress (D.E.Jenkins)
Derby Silk Mill (J.V.Beckett) A commentary on recent work on the Morley Park and Alderwasley Ironworks and Coal Mines (T.J.Judge)
Walter Marsh, Archdeacon of Derby, renegade, spy and heretic (R.Clark)
An alternative history of Derby (D.V.Fowkes)

Volume 13: Part 3 (Spring 1993)
Shirebrook notes (C. Crapper)
Robert Wilmot’s Chaddesden Almshouses (P. F. Cholerton)
A Jacobean ’Tudor House’ at Brassington (R.Slack)
Editorial note on the cover design (D.V.Fowkes)

Volume 13: Part 2 (Autumn 1992)
The Red Book of Darley (E.Paulson)
A dispute and a mystery solved? The quarrel between John Mundy and Mark Hope, vicar of Mackworth, in 1663 and its consequences (R.Lucas)
Arthur Mower of Barlow Woodseats, County Derby: Part 2 (R.Milward)

Volume 13: Part 1 (Spring 1992)
Arthur Mower of Barlow Woodseats, County Derby – a sixteenth century yeoman (to be continued) (R.Milward)
Corrigenda to Vol 12: Part 6 – page 165
Field names in Wingerworth: a comparison of surveys made in 1779 and 1843 (D.G.Edwards)
Extraction of whitecoal pit at Hag Wood, Barlow, 1986-1987 (D.V.Fowkes)

Volume 12: Part 6 (Autumn 1991)
Working class housing in nineteenth century Derby (J.Grattidge and J.E.P.Heath)
The Ashbourne Football Song (E.Paulson)
Irish Interlude (H.Usher)
Alabaster tomb manufacture – towards a re-appraisal (C.Ryde)
Early medieval settlement problems: problems, pitfalls, and possibilities (M.Tranter)

Volume 12: Part 5 (Spring 1991)
Barmaster of Wirksworth http://www.derbyshireas.org.uk/DM12-05.pdf(K.Usher)
The unemployed march of 1933 (J.E.P.Heath)
Truths. No 1 and the Industrial Revolution (A.D.Harvey)
Parsonage houses in the Derby Deanery during the seventeenth to eighteenth centuries: Part 2 (R.Lucas)
Melbourne Castle (H.Usher)

Volume 12: Part 4 (Autumn 1990)
Waldewike – trading settlement or dairy farm? (J.Steer)
Andrew Handyside and’his workforce (S.Henson)
The Brassington manors land tenure and land use 1550-1770: Part 2 (R.Slack)
The alabaster angels of Chellaston (H.Usher)

Volume 12: Part 3 (Spring 1990)
The Brassington manors – land tenure and land use 1550-1770: Part 1 (R.Slack)
The lost manor of Winlands (H.Usher)
Burton Abbey holdings and the origins of Derby: a comment (M.Tranter)
Derbyshire Justices of the Peace (S.Wilkinson)
An English primary town? Some speculations on the pre-Conquest history of Chesterfield; (T.Kilburn)

Volume 12: Part 2 (Autumn 1989)
Clots, Clods and Bottlewanders – replies (Editor)
The life and work of Thomas Bent, M.D. (W.Bateman)
Thomas Pole’s Journey into Derbyshire (J.Burnby)
The Derby Election of 1722 (J.Black)

Volume 12: Part 1 (Spring 1989)
More light on “Captain Swing” (H.Usher)
Mary, Queen of Scots – her visits to Buxton (J.T.Leach)
The Distribution of early nineteenth century Derbyshire Newspapers (J.E.P.Heath)
Clots and Clods (K.Reedman)
Medieval Holdings of Burton Abbey in Derby, Part 2: the Emergence of Derby (J.Steer)

Volume 11: Part 6 (Autumn 1988)
Charles Osmaston (P.J.Naylor)
Captain Swing’s Activities in Derbyshire and the Neighbouring Counties: the Agricultural Riots of 1830-31 (W.Bateman)
Medieval Holdings of Burton Abbey in Derby, Part 1: the Identification of the Holdings of Burton Abbey (J.Steer)

Volume 11: Part 5 (Spring 1988)
The childhood memories of William Hayes, Coal Miner and Methodist Minister (T.Warner)
Some notes on the Chaddesden and District Association for the Prevention of Crime (P.F.Cholerton)
Parsonage houses in the Derby Deanery during the seventeenth century (R.Lucas)
Castles of South Derbyshire (H.Usher)

Volume 11: Part 4 (Autumn 1987)
George Sitwell of Edington who died in 1607 (P.Kettle)
Water at Over Haddon (H.Usher)
Thomas Nightingale of Lea, Lead Merchant (M.Wood)
Notes on the early history of Winster (M.Rodger)
Early Enclosure at Melbourne (H.Usher)

Volume 11: Part 3 (Spring 1987)
Domesday Waste and Derbyshire (J.E.P.Heath)
The Crich Dumb-bells (E.Paulson)
The Diary of Robert Louis Wild (D.V.Fowkes)
An item of postal history – the Derby Earthquake of 1795 (J.Grimwood- Taylor)
The Cursing Woman (E.Paulson)
Post-Reformation Catholicism in Derbyshire (J.A.Hilton)
Will the real William Peverellsppp (J.T.Leach)

Volume 11: Part 2 (Autumn 1986)
A Reassessment of the Chellaston Gypsum Plaster Industry (J.Young and R.J.Firman)
George Wilkins – Printer, Bookseller, Newspaper Proprietor, Artist and Evangelist (J.E.P.Heath)
The Parish Clerks of St Helen’s, Darley (E.Paulson)
A Return of each Member of the Lower House for Derbyshire Part 2 1340-1832 (D.R.Craggs)

Volume 11: Part 1 (Spring 1986)
Coal Mining at Belper (J.E.P.Heath)
Field and place names of Chaddesden (P.F.Cholerton)
Land Tenure in a lead mining village: Brassington, 1835 (R.Slack)
Some aspects on tithes in Chellaston (J.Young)
The Burkitts of Chesterfield and the Langwith Maltings (J.E.P.Heath)
Coal Mining near Buxton (J.T.Leach)

Volume 10: Part 6 (Autumn 1985)
Anna Seward at Buxton 1808 (D.Johnson)
Calke Abbey: its setting and working estate (J.C.Sinar)
An early 19th century plan of Chaddesden and the problems associated with its dating (P.F.Cholerton)

Volume 10: Part 5 (Spring 1985)
Headstone Engravers of Melbourne (H.J.Usher)
An unpublished 18th century poem on the Derby Silk Mill (J.G.MacOueen)
Buxton in 1787 (J.Black)
Books and Booksellers in the late 17th century Chesterfield (R.Milward)

Volume 10: Part 4 (Autumn 1984)
Comments on the Article on the Field-Name Stinyard By Howard Usher in Vol X: Part 3 (P.Stevenson & A.Hopkinson)
The Division of the Diocese of Southwell 1927 (M.A.B.Mallender)
The Plaster Industry in Chellaston (J.A.Young)
The Death of Christopher Fulwood (E.Paulson)
The Will of Thomas Beresford of Fenny Bentley 10th April 1612 (P.Kettle)
A Return for each Member of the Lower House for Derbyshire Part 1 1295-1340 (D.R.Craggs)

Volume 10: Part 3 (Spring 1984)
Stanton-by-Bridge – a Study of its People from Wills and Inventories (D.J.Baker)
Melbourne House, Bakewell, and Associated Properties (M.L.Knighton)
A Further Note on Lead Smelting in Lea (M.Wood)
Stinyard (H.Usher)

Volume 10: Part 2 (Autumn 1983)
Bakewell Hall, South Wingfield (W.H.Brighouse)
James F. Redfern, Sculptor (A.D.Gibson)
Further notes on Dialect (W.P.Featherstone)
Downlee (M.A.Bellhouse)
The Revival of Catholicism in the Erewash Valley (P.Dalling)
The Edensor Friendly Benefit Society (A.Watson)
Great Hucklow – a lead mining village in the nineteenth Century: population and occupations (J.Gardiner)
The Tribulations of an 18th Century Duffield Vicar (F.Fisher)
The Village and Church of Morton, Derbyshire (E.C.Clayton)
Dispersed Townships: Parcel of the Township or Constablery of Morton lying in the Parish of Brampton (F.H.Slawson)
A Domesday Faux Pas (J.Wood)
Mapleton or Mappleton (R.C.Smith)

Volume 10: Part 1 (Spring 1983)
Handysides and the G.P.O. (J.E.Heath)
Recollections through Old Winster (through M.Rodger)
On Foot through Derbyshire in 1755 (S.L.Garlic)
The Other Happenings of 1745 (J.Black)
William Cavendish, first Duke of Newcastle 1593-1676 (L.S. Harrison)

Volume 9: Part 6 (Autumn 1982)
New Evidence Regarding the Balcony Field at Swarkestone (J.A.Young)
A Visit to Derbyshire – being part of a Tour through England made by Thomas Wright and Others in 1750 (S.L.Garlic)
The Railway Network of Southern Derbyshire (C.J.Swain)

Volume 9: Part 5 (Spring 1982)
Derby’s Forgotten Railway – the Duke Street Branch (M.Higginson)
Further Notes on J.T.Boam (the Ray Service) and J.H.Booth (C.J.Swain)
Lead Smelting in Lea (M.Wood)
The Origins of Protestant Dissent in Ilkeston (R.Clark)
Civil War and Civil Strife in South West Derbyshire 1500-1650 (S.A.Barker)
Yeaveley – Stydd and the Hospitallers (S.L.Garlic)
Civil War and Civil Strife in South West Derbyshire 1250- 1499 (S.A.Barker)

Volume 9: Part 4 (Autumn 1981)
Notes on Brickworks in the Bolsover Area (G.L.Vass)
The School Board Elections in Derby (J.E.Heath)
Long Eaton Market between the Wars (J.E.Heath)
Derbyshire and Keighley: some eighteenth Century Links (T.K.Smith)
The Bradshaws of Brook House Farm, Combs (M.A. Bellhouse)
Linguistics and Sculpture at Melbourne, Derbyshire (J.A. Jerman)

Volume 9: Part 3 (Spring 1981)
Captain Kettle – a Modern Derbyshire Folk-Tale (D.V.Fowkes)
An Introduction to the use of Maps in Derbyshire (D.V.Fowkes)
Farming in Victorian Barlborough (D.V.Fowkes)
The Wriggling Road (E. Paulson)
Little Thrumpton (K.A.Reedman)

Volume 9: Part 2 (Autumn 1980)
A Lesser-Known Derbyshire Map (D.V. Fowkes)
Long Eaton School Board and its Schools (C.E.Brown)
The Matlock Monster – a Derbyshire Folk-Tale (E.Paulson)
A Bishop’s Summer Journey into the East Midlands in 1708 (J.E.Heath)

Volume 9: Part 1 (Spring 1980)
Some seventeenth Century Chesterfield Inns and Innkeepers (R.Milward)
The Stancliffe Quarry Railway (E.Paulson)
The Derbyshire Constabulary – its Establishment (J.E.Heath)
Llewellynn Jewitt, Art Historian and Archaeologist (R.B.Brown)
An Ugly Incident at Chesterfield (H.Heather)
Ticknall – a Tale of Two Churches (J.Hyde)

Volume 8: Part 6 (Autumn 1979)
Notes on the History of North Wingfield (D.V.Fowkes)
The Borough of Derby between 1780 and 1810 (J.E.Heath)
Notes on Pleasley Parish Record (D.V.Fowkes)
Notes on the History of Okeover Church (J.T.Brighton & D.V.Fowkes)

Volume 8: Part 5 (Spring 1979)
Calke and Ticknall (J.C.Sinar)
Bygone Grassmoor (S.L. Garlic)
John Brown of Elmton – a note (D.Edwards)

Volume 8: Part 4 (Autumn 1978)
Education in Derby 1870 – 1903 (J.E.Heath)
The Framework-Knitters between 1775-1850 with particular reference to the Ilkeston Area (J.E.Heath)
Notes on Dialect in the Dove Valley Area (W.P.Featherstone)
J.H.Booth (G.T.Warwick)
J.T.Boam and Sons, Heanor Motor Garage (F.Boam)
John Walker’s Diary (S.J.Brown)

Volume 8: Part 3 (Spring 1978)
Elmton (J.C.Sinar)
A Letter to Madam Turnor from Edmd. Evans (M.Wood)
Industrialists and Education in Derbyshire in the nineteenth Century (J.E.Heath)
History of Higher Owlgreave (M.A.Bellhouse)
Derby China (L.S.Harrison)
Martha Taylor – the Fasting Maid of Over Haddon (J. Wadsworth)

Volume 8: Part 2 (Autumn 1977)
The Aston- on-Trent Tramway (J.E.Heath)
Ice House at Middleton Hall, Middleton-by-Youlgreave (J.F.Marsh)
Itinerant Lecturers (J.E.Heath)
Two Lost Footpaths on Combs Edge (M.A.Bellhouse)
From the Journal of Francois de la Rochefoucauld – an account of a visit to Mr Swift’s Mill, Derby, 1785 (E.M.B.Hughes)
A Frenchman’s Visit to Derbyshire in 1785 (M.Bell)
The Darleys of Wistow and Buttercrambe (E.Paulson)
The Ticknall Parish Docurnents (J.Hyde)
Gathokewell (R.W.P.Cockerton)
Early Settlement on the Site of Chesterfield (P.J.Riden)

Volume 8: Part 1 (Spring 1977)
Ockbrook (J.C.Sinar)
The Ruins of Jesse’s Cottage (M.A.Bellhouse)
Buxton’s Waters (I.E.Burton)
23-25 Market Place, Chesterfield (P.J.Riden)
The Early Derbyshire Ouakers and their Emigration to America (A.Henstock)
Peakway (Via de Pecco) (A.E.Dodd & E.M.Dodd)
The Cataloguing and Indexing of the Wolley Manuscripts (M. Wood)

Volume 7: Part 6 (Autumn 1976)
The Parish of Seal and the Border Areas of Leicestershire and Derbyshire (C. Castledine)
Local History in Ashbourne Street Names (R.C.Smith)
Curds and Whey, Part 1 General Review and the First Cheese Factories (J.Arthur)

Volume 7: Part 5 (Spring 1976)
Matlock, 1924 (E.Paulson)
Sandiacre Town Folk (J.Ball)
E. & A.West Ltd: a company history (S.Hilton)
The Buxton Crescent (I.E.Burton)
The Eighteenth Century Dairy Farmsteads of Appletree Hundred (J.B.Henderson)
The Execution of Lawrence Shirley, fourth Earl Ferrers, 5 May 1760 (F.N.Fisher)
The Clarkes of Somersall, near Chesterfield (R.Milward)
The Limestone Route at Pleasley: an interim report (P. Fullelove & S.Hornshaw)

Volume 7: Part 4 (Autumn 1975)
Daniel Higginbottom and Sheepbridge Works (A nephew of Daniel Higginbottom)
The Coke Family and Longford. Home of Younger Sons (J.Arthur)
Popular Political Economy and Anti-Trade Unionism in the Derbyshire Coalfields in the 1860s (C.P.Griffin)
Belper (M.E.Robson)
The Lead Mining Section of the Wolley MSS (M.Wood)
Castleton Parish Registers (D.V.Fowkes)
The Bakewell Cross (J.R.Pierrepont)

Volume 7: Part 3 (Spring 1975)
The Reverend Thomas Gresley, D.Dp F.R.S. 1734-1785. His Life at Oxford and Netherseal 1759-1778 (C.Castledine)
Railway Excursions in the nineteenth and twentieth Century (J.E.Heath)
Canal Boats, their Builders and their Operators in the first sixty years of the Canals (J.E. Heath)
Swathwick in Wingerworth: an Exercise in Historical Geography (D.G.Edwards)
A Roman Road in Derbyshire (M.A.Bellhouse)

Volume 7: Part 2 (Autumn 1974)
St Aidan, daughter church of St Alkmund, Derby (V.M.Beadsmoore)
Richard Kirk and his associations with the Wilkinsons of Bersham Foundry near Wrexham (M.A.Bellhouse)
The Cockyard Toll Bar Cottage (H. A.Bellhouse)
Derbyshire Newspapers (J.E.Heath)
John Hieron, William Wolley, Samuel Sanders and the History of Derbyshire (P. Riden)
Four Ashover Accidents of the seventeenth and eighteenth Centuries (A.Henstock)
Royalist Conspiracies and Derbyshire Part 1 (N.Kirkham)

Volume 7: Part 1 (Spring 1974)
A Farm Account Book of the early 18th Century (F.S.Ogden)
The Transactions of the East Derbyshire Field Club 1903-1917 (P.J.Riden)
The lost “Woman’s Cross” in Combs Edge (M.A.Bellhouse)
Medieval Church of All Saints, Derby (M.Mallender)
William Ulithorn Wray (E.Paulson)
The Leeke Family in the Civil War (N.Kirkham)

Volume 6: Part 6 (Autumn 1973)
As to the Estates of the Rt. Hon. The Earl of Chesterfield in the County of Derby. Transcribed by Christopher Charlton
Hayfield in 1851
The Belper and Morley Park (or Denby Colliery) Tramroad by Peter Stevenson
Turnpike Roads in Derbyshire by Joseph Scott

Volume 6: Part 5 (Spring 1973)
A Record Series for Derbyshire by The late John M. Bestall.
Wingfield Manor in the Civil War by Nellie Kirkham
A Derbyshire Diary of 100 years ago by John Heath
The Society of Fritchley Friends by Brian Key
Ox-horns and Ashbourne by K.Hollick
Local History Outings by V. Beadsmore

Volume 6: Part 4 (Autumn 1972)
St Mary’s Church, Derby by Margaret Mallender
The Battle of Barton upon Trent and the Tutbury Hoard by C Castledine & A Munford
The Old Chest of Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar Schools Ashbourne by Reginald C Smith
Derbyshire Quarter Sessions Roils Poor Law; Removal Orders by L Bradley
Mapleton – an eighteenth century private enclosure by D V Fowkes
George Sanderson and the plans of the Midland Counties Railway by Peter Stevenson
The Ripley – Swanwick – Alfreton Bypass (A61) by D V Fowkes & P J Riden
Local History Section Outings by V Beadsmore

Volume 6: Part 3 (Spring 1972)
The Formation of the Derby Poor Law Union Victoria Mills : Draycott by Dennis Sumpter and John Heath
An Interesting Discovery in Combs in the Parish of Chapel-en-le-Frith by M A Bellhouse
Ashbourne : The Historical Setting by Adrian Henstock
A Window Tax Account for Offcote and Underwood with notes compiled by S L Garlic
Notes on Morton by E C Clayton
Statutory Protection of Historic Buildings by R W Evans
A Boom Colliery in the Boer War Period by A R Griffin
Water Bucket Pumping Engines by G Downs-Rose

Volume 6: Part 2 (Autumn 1971)
Ancient Boundaries by Nellie Kirkham
Report on the East Midlands Industrial Archaeology
Notes on Morton by E C Clayton
The British School, Hollis Lane, Chesterfield by S L Garlic
Report on Section Outing – Selston, Norbury and Longford by V M Beadsmoore

Volume 6: Part 1 (Spring 1971)
The Butterley Company in Codnor Park 1796 – 1834 by D V Fowkes
Longford Cheese Factory by A J M Henstock
Ancient Boundaries by Nellie Kirkham
Ashbourne Church Bells by Reginald C Smith
Section Outing – Charnwood Forest Area by V M Beardmore
William Bamford’s Diary by Cyril Harrison
A Forgotten Battle – Burton-on-Trent, 1322 by Antony P Munford
The Development of Ironville by D V Fowkes

Volume 5: Part 4 (Autumn 1970)
Lead Smelting Boles in Derbyshire by Nellie Kirkham
Some Church Wardens Accounts – Denby by F S Ogden
Turnpike Roads by Robert Thornhill
Some Notes on Toll Bars and Turnpike Roads by W H Bridghouse
Young Stephen Bellot by M A Bellhouse
A Journeyman Cordwainer Falls on Evil Days by F S Ogden
A Boom Colliery in the Boer War Period by A R Griffin
Mrs Delany, an 18th Century Visitor to Derbyshire by Nell Thomas
John Wigley of Wigwell (concluded) by Derek A Wigley

Volume 5: Part 3 (Spring  1970)
John Wigley of Wigwell by Derek A Wigley
Ancient Boundaries by Nellie Kirkham
Carr Green by M A Bellhouse
Ashbourne Gingerbread Shop by Reginald C Smith
The Columbells of Darley Nether Hall Manor by Ernest Paulson
Stage Coach Routes in 18th and 19th Century Derbyshire by John E Heath
The Barnes Family by Edwin Clay Barnes
Two 18th Century Indentures
Visit to the Chumet Valley reported by V M Beadsmoore
Early Heating in Chapel-en-le-Frith Parish Church by M A Bellhouse

Volume 5: Part 2 (Autumn 1969)
Industrial Relations By Poster By A R Griffin
The Buxton Cure By Ivor E Burton
The Combs Smithy By Marguerite A Bellhouse
Samuel Slater By M E Robson
Uncle Pop By R Thornhill
The Post Office At Derby, 1839-1851 By S Simpson

Volume 5: Part 1 (Spring 1969)
The Nottingham-Newhaven Turnpike by Reginald Johnson
The Longford and Brailsford Drum and Fife Band by F S Ogden
John Gratton of Monyash by E B Thomas
Industry in Quarndon by Derek A Wigley
Bakewell Gas by Robert Thornhill
Some Nineteenth Century Derbyshire Schools by F S Ogden
Stanley Kilburn Colliery by F S Ogden
Road Development in Derby and Matlock by Ernest Paulson
Dr Erasmus Darwin’s School at Ashbourne Further notes on No 58 St John Street by Reginald C Smith
George Fletcher of Derby by Marion Rose
Notes on Toll Houses by Rennie Hayhurst
The Upper Trent Navigation – a talk by C C Owen Reported by V M Beadsmoore
An Account of Princess Victoria’s Visit to Belper from M E Robson

Volume 4: Part 4 (Autumn 1968)
Notes on Some Derbyshire Toll Houses and Turnipke Roads by Robert Thornhill
The Dakeyne Collection by C J Williams
A Sough to Miln Close Grove and Windmill Sough by Nellie Kirkham
The Archaeologist by Anon
Old Henry Wigley (concluded) by Derek A Wigley

Volume 4: Part 3 (Apr. 1968)
A Seventeenth Century Burglary at Cainfield Hall by C J Williams
South Wingfield Woodhouses by W H Brighouse
Stanley Kilburn Colliery by F S Ogden
Some Notes on Bradshaw Hall by M A Life Bellhouse
Old Henry Wigley by Derek A Wigley
The Bugsworth Complex of the Peak Forest Canal and Tramway by Brian Lamb
Notes on the Derby Athenaeum , • St Alkmund’s Churchyard by Barbara Mason
An Excursion Train in 1847 by Robert Thornhill
William Bamford’s Diary (continued) edited by Cyril Harrison
J A Stevenson’s Journal (continued)

Volume 4: Part 2 (Oct. 1967)
Ilkeston Fair by R A H O’Neal
St John’s Church, Bridge Street, Derby by F N Fisher
The Post Office at Derby 1837-1839 by Samuel Simpson
School Books by Robert Thornhill
Philip Kinder by E B Thomas
Derbyshire lead Miners’ Dish by Nellie Kirkham

Volume 4: Part 1 (Mar. 1967)
Some Derbyshire Place Names by Ivor E Burton
Industries of Eyam by Clarence Daniel
58 St John Street, Ashbourne by Reginald C Smith
A Further Note on Edward Dayes by V S Smith
Hassop Chapel by Robert Thornhill
Osmaston – juxta – Ashbourne by J Vernon Calhoun
Paith Wigley’s Will by Derek Wigley
A Doctor’s Patient in 1832 by F S Ogden
William Bamford’s Diary (continued) edited by Cyril Harrison
Daily Journal and Memorandum (con’d) by J A Stevenson
Inexpensive Binding of Bulletins by Robert Thornhill

Volume 3: Part 9 (Oct 1966)
South Wingfield And A Darley Charter By W.H. Brighouse
Derbyshire Lead Miners In The North Of England By H. Domleo
Heage Hall And Owners By H. Eardley Field
Wingerworth Hall And Its Hanloke Family By S.L. Garlic
Nun’s Green, Derby By Derek A. Wigley
Mr. Edward Dayes And Derbyshire By D.J. Poritt
The East To West Railway By Robert Thornhill
William Bamfords Diary By Derek C. Harrison
Warding The Church By F.S. Ogden

Volume 3: Part 8 (June 1966)
Wigwell Grange By Derek A. Wigley
Tunstead Mill By M.A. Life-Bellhouse
William Bamfords Diary By Derek C. Harrison
Candles And Powder For Lead Miners By Robert Thornhill
Further Notes About Derbyshire By F.S. Ogden
The Derby Journal And Memorandum By A.J.A. Stephenson
Wigwell Mill By Derek A. Wigley And L.J. Stead
Further Notes On Crich By S.L. Garlic

Volume 3: Part 7 (Feb 1966)
The Derby Journal And Memorandum By A.J.A. Stephenson
William Bamfords Diary By Derek C. Harrison
Hartington Moles By Robert Thornhill
Some Wigley Wills By Derek A. Wigley
Notes From A Pocket Book By F.S. Ogden

Volume 3: Part 6 (Oct 1965)
Some Notes On The Wigley Family Of Derbyshire By Derek A. Wigley
Lead Mining Near Calver By Robert Thornhill
Cressbrook And Little Mills By J. Wilfred Jackson
Societies For The Prosecution Of Felons By F.S. Ogden
How Crich Celebrated Peace N 1856
Woodeaves Mill, Ashbourne By F.W. Boden

Volume 3: Part 5 (June 1965)
Some Notes On The Wigley Family Of Derbyshire By Derek A. Wigley
The Archaeology Of Industry In Derbyshire – Bull Bridge Area

Volume 3: Part 4 (Feb 1965)
Notes On The Brewing And Inns In Combs By Marguerite A. Life
The Zig Zag Railway By S.L. Garlic
It Happened In Derby – Items From The Derby Mercury May 23 1793 By Robert Thornhill
Glover 93

Volume 3: Part 3 (Oct 1964)
Apprentice Indenture By Robert Thornhill
An Outline History Of Peckwash Mill, Little Eaton by G. Hickling

Volume 3: Part 2 (June 1964)
A Man Disaffected By D.H. Buckley
The Nail Making Industry Of Belper By M.E. Robinson
Church And Memorials In Kirk Ireton
The Window Tax By Robert Thornhill
Glover 87

Volume 3: Part 1 (Feb 1964)
Mighty Men By Robert Thornhill
The Bellots Of Brockfield By M.A. Life
Seating At Kirk Ireton Church
John Joseph Briggs Of Kings Newton By H. Domleo
Glover 83

Volume 2: Part 12 (Oct. 1963)
Silence Mine By Nellie Kirkham
A Leicestershire Abbey’s Derbyshire Possessions By George H. Green
Notes On The Engineering History Of Derbyshire By F. Nixon
The Testament Of The First Lord Mountjoy By Rennie Hayhurst
Glover 79

Volume 2: Part 11 (Jun. 1963)
Sarah And James By R.A.H. O’Neal
North Midland Bibliography By R, A. H, O’Neal
George Furness And His Travels By Robert Thornhill
Transportation To Van Diemen’s Land By Robert Thornhill
The Disappearance Of The River Bradford By Brian Melland
Further Survey Of The Post Office At Belper And Wirksworth Before 1838 By Samuel Simpson
Industrial. Archaeology
Glover 71

Volume 2: Part 10 (Feb. 1963)
A Brief Survey Of The Early Postal Service At Belper 1788-1838 By Samuel Simpson
Some Notes On The Dudley Of Norbriggs And The Norbriggs Shovel Works By S.L. Garlic
A Local Collection By H.S. Bromby
William Wager And His Employees By Robert Thornhill
Glover 69
Whittington Mill By R.H. Oakley

Volume 2: Part 9 (Nov. 1962)
Barlow Records – Mines, Apprenticeships By Norah K. Webb
Records Of Two Ancient Water Mills In Combs Edge By M.A. Life
Glover 63

Volume 2: Part 8 (Sept. 1962)
Magpie MineAnd Its Tragedy By Nellie Kirkham

Volume 2: Part 7 (Feb. 1962)
The Mills Of Haymoorside By R.H. Oakley
Derbyshire And The Crossbow By Rennie Hayhurst
Wooley The Codnor Clockmaker By G.H. Large
Some Late 17Th Century London Tradesmens Accounts By Francis Fisher
Glover 57

Volume 2: Part 6 (Jul. 1961)
Some Late 17Th Century London Tradesmens Accounts By Francis Fisher
Some Travellers In The Matlock And Bakewell Districts During The 1870’S By D.J. Porritt
The Cannon In The Civil War By R. Hayhurst
The Early Life Of Richard Naylor By Robert Thornhill
Note On Beighton Hill, Ashley Hay By E.B.Thomas
Glover 55

Volume 2: Part 5 (Feb. 1961)
Lead Mines And Royalists By Nellie Kirkham
The London Cheesemongers Agreement With Fastbrooke And Shardlow By Geo. H. Green
A Relic Of Bygone Derby By W. Douglas White

Volume 2: Part 4 (Oct. 1960)
Historical Notes On The Derbyshire – Leicestershire Border By Geo. H. Green
The Cromford Canal
Alport By Youlgreave Mills By Nellie Kirkham
Glover 53

Volume 2: Part 3 (June 1960)
The Medieval History of Aldwark by R.A.H. O’Neal
From the Tissington Hall Documents Ed by R. Hayhurst
More historical notes on the Derbyshire-Leicestershire Border by Geo. H. Green

Volume 2: Part 2 (Feb. 1960)
Erwood Hall, Goyt Valley By Francis Fisher
Vignettes Of Village Life By Francis Fisher
The Derby Ram
James Brindley

Volume 2: Part 1 (Oct. 1959)
The Derby Ram By R.A.H. 0’Neal
Song – The Ram Of Derby
The Chesterfield-Mansfield Turnpike Road By M. Gavaghan
Cavendish Bridge, Toll House & Former Ferry By Geo. H. Green
Derbyshire Recusants

Volume 1: Part 12 (Jun. 1959)
F.A.Holmes And Dovedale, By J.E. Holmes
The Pentrich Revolt By R. Hayhurst
Place Names Of Derbyshire By J. W. Allen
Some Advice On Searching Parish Registers By F. Fisher
The Willoughbys Of Wollaton
Notes And Queries – Many Assorted
Glover 41-42

Volume 1: Part 11 (Feb. 1959)
Sir Simon Degge, A 17th Century Recorder Of Derby By F.N. Fisher
Historical Problems Of South North West Leicestershire Border By Geo. H. Green
The Local Collection Of The Derby Borough Libraries By E. Bletcher
Notes On James Brindley By John H.D.M. Campbell
Glover 38-40

Volume 1: Part 10 (Oct. 1958)
Enclosures And Stone Walls By J.M. Bestall
The Recusants Of Derbyshire By A.E. Oldaker
Monumental Brasses
Some Notes On Chaddesden By Raymond Window
Rev.J. Flamsteed – The First Astronomer Royal By G.H. Large
Dr. Thomas Linacre 1460-1524 By Chas. C. Handford
Glover 33-36

Volume 1: Part 09 (June 1958)
Eighteenth Century Steam Engines in Derbyshire Lead Mines
The Early Textile Industry in NE Derbyshire by Owen Ashmore
Fire Insurance Marks by John Lomas
Public Health in Hognaston by Philip T Meldrum
Accounts of a Derbyshire Visitor to Bath in 1661 by Francis Fisher

Volume 1: Part 08 (Feb 1958)
Robert Blincoe and the Early Factory System by A. E. Musson
Three Ancient Waremills by  R. Johnson
The Petty Constable by Philip T. Meldrum
The Accounts of the Overseers of Riply1674-1712 by Francis Fisher
Brass Rubbings by L.A. Fisher
Centenary Celebrations at Eyam by Clarence Daniel

Volume 1: Part 07 (Oct 1957)
Notes On The History Of Ible By R.A.H.O ’Neal
Glebe Mine, Eyam By Nellie Kirkham
The Sessions At Bakewell And The Riot, By Robert Thornhill
Coldwall Bridge By R. Haymurst
Some Seventeenth Century Household Accounts By Francis Fisher

Volume 1: Part 06 (June 1957)
Ridgeway Level, Whatstandwell, By Nellie Kirkham
Washing Ore In Longstone By Robert Thornhill
Wakes Week Ceremony By R.A.H. O’Neal
Notes On Old Belper By F.T Harrison
A Coachman’S Expenses Book 1817-1820 By R. Hayhurst
Richard Furness-The Peakland Poet By C. Daniel

Volume 1: Part 05 (March 1957)
Collection of Records
The Early Textile industry in the Derwent Valley by Owen Ashmore
Our Roads by John M.Worthy
Parliamentary Enclosure Meeting

Volume 1: Part 04 (Dec. 1956)
Parliamentary Enclosures In Derbyshire By J.M.Bestall
Some Notes On The Early Iron Industry And Belper Nailers By F.T. Harrison
The Derbyshire Archives
Some Notes On The History Of Whatstandwell By R.A.H. O’Neal
The Buxton Public Library And Museum History Collection By I.E. Burton
Glover 9

Volume 1: Part 03 (Sept 1956)
Notes On The Village Of Tissington
Lead Mine Shafts And Hillocks By Nellie Kirkham
Industry In Belper By F.T. Harrison
Watermills By F.W. Munslow
The Derbyshire Archives
Material In Sheffield City Library

Volume 1: Part 02 (May 1956)
Pack Horse Bridges In Derbyshire
Footpaths In Duffield Parish
Early Cotton Spinning At Belper
The Rawlins Manuscript
The Birth Of An Historical Society
Local History Collection Of The Chesterfield Public Library
Derby Borough Libraries
The Barlborough Hall Documents
The Derbyshire Archives

Volume 1: Part 01 (Feb. 1956)
Inaugral Meeting Of Local History Section
Local Archives
Notes On Derbyshire County Maps
The Derby Borough Libraries
Formation Of Section

SUPPLEMENTS, ETC

Supplement 02: Further Longstone Records A Village Constable’s Accounts
Supplement 03: Whitehurst family by Mr. W.Douglas White
Supplement 04 : James Brindley by Frank Nixon
Supplement 05: About a Derbyshire Village (Great Longstone) (1958)
Supplement 07: The Use of Cannon in the Civil War (1963)
Supplement 09: Lead Ore Tithe by Nellie Kirkham (1965)
Supplement 10: A Memoir of Robert Blincoe:  Early Textiles: Early Factory System
Supplement 11: Some Maps of the County of Derbyshire (1971)
Supplement 12: Lets Try It (Joseph Whitworth) by Ernest Whitworth (1984)

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