Ref No

D258/21/25/6

Rules of the Wakefield, (Yorkshire) House of Correction. (printed)

 

1833

D258/45/47/9

Summary of account for the land tax for Yorkshire

 

1722

D258/39/11-40/19

Various

 

 

D258/58/12

Menu record books for Hopton Hall

 

1868-1870

D258/32/3/29

Orders of Distraint

 

1635

D258/52/1/11

Letter from H Archer to 'Honoured Madame', n.d.

Re purchase of a horse

(18th cent)

D258/48/3/9

Particulars and rental of estate at Carsington, examined 22 Apr 1834

 

1834

D258/45/49/12-15

Papers re exchange of lands in the Broom Hall estate and in the manor of Bradbourne between Philip Gell and John Cruso

 

1810

D258/45/14/48

Feoffment by Joshua Boyes of Sheffield to Joseph Banks of Sheffield of several rooms which are part of Tapton Hill House and the buildings and closes belonging to it

 

15 Nov 1692

D258/48/1/35

Abstract of J Outram's accounts for rent collection on the Hopton estate, 1777-1791

 

c1791

D258/57/39/1-3

Poems

 

19th cent

D258/57/23-24

Wirksworth Grammar School

 

 

D258/57/16

Miscellaneous

 

 

D258/32/3/33

Rentals

 

1635

D258/52/1/1

Letter to the Hon. Lady Archer at Cooper Sale, from her daughter Mary [Archer], 18 Aug

Personal news

1699

D258/52/1/171

Poem, 'An Ammazans Song in Comus'

Personal news

(18th cent)

D258/57/18

Business/Family papers

 

 

D258/65/15

Helmet found at Hopton Hall

 

1894-1895

D258/28/5/6-7

Feoffment (with draft) by Sir Nathaniel Curzon of Kedleston baronet, to Sir Philip Gell, in consideration of £12, of a croft or hempyard adjoining the Churchyard Lane and Churchyard in Carsington (½ acre)

14 Sep

 

1711

D258/16/11/8

Bond in £62 by William Taylor of Carsington, yeoman, to William Booth of Carsington, yeoman, for the performance of covenants. 30 Jul

 

1675

D258/45/24/10/1-4

Deeds re messuages in Tiln, Hayton and Clarborough

(Francis Jessop-William Jessop)

 

1608

D258/45/34/1

Booklet of draft accounts of payments for sundry items, lists of farm animals, brass and pewter at Tiln etc

 

[c1621-1626]

D258/65/20/1

Journal

 

23 Jan-12 Feb 1822

D258/45/55/88

Thoughts on the present fashion of duelling

 

nd

D258/48/2/11

Lady Day 1807

 

1806

D258/45/47/20

Summary of account for the land tax of the West Riding of Yorkshire, collected by Andrew Wilkinson

 

1727

D258/53

Printed Pamphlets

 

 

D258/61/8

4 Lists of plate, glass, knives, linen and furniture taken to Hopton

 

1907

D258/48/7

Abstract of title (1719-1826) of Philip Gell to an estate at Middleton by Wirksworth

 

mid 19th cent

D258/57/44

Miscellaneous papers

 

 

D258/55/4

Note on extract from the pedigree on Anthony Gell, the founder of the school at Wirksworth

 

Late 19th cent

D258/52/1/112

Letter from W Jessop to William Archer at Welford near Newbury, n.d.

Personal news

(early 18th cent)

D258/45/29

Bolles family

 

 

D258/65/12/11-13

Scheme for the administration of Temperance Gell's School

 

30 Jun 1908

D258/39/25/11

Receipts of rents 14 Eliz

 

1571-1578

D258/45/19/1

Gift by Nicholas Sponner of Sheffield to Robert Swifte of a messuage in Beighton

 

1550s

D258/45/24/5

Gift by Richard Jessop to Richard Cotes and John Pettinger of the manor of Tiln (Notts), 30 Apr 19 Eliz

 

1577

D258/45/39/4

Copy of Mr Wilkinson's queries on the abstract of title to the Broom Hall estate and Mr Cruso's answers

 

c1780

D258/45/14/39

Feoffment by William Jessop to Nicholas Pearson of Sheffield of three closes in the Tomefeild in Ecclesall, 31 Jan 12 Jas I

 

1615

D258/57/42/4

Shire Horses, Hopton Hall (printed)

 

1888

D258/35/42/5

Case papers; Case re lead

 

Early 17th cent

D258/3/4/4

Power of attorney by Henry Stevynson, gentleman of the royal chapel, to John Ferne to take seisin of a cottage and garden at Worsworth, late the estate of Robert Wylshawe. 24 Nov 21 Hen. VIII

 

1529

D258/48/11/2

List of money due to various people, totalling £102,214 16s 2d

 

c1830

D258/46/22/3

MS ground plan of Wetley Abbey house, parish of Cheddleton [Staffordshire]

 

[1870s]

D258/52/1/22

Letter from J Archer at Coopersale to his mother, 12 Dec

Personal news

1754

D258/48

Philip Gell (d 1842), draft deeds, estate and financial papers

 

1706-1877

D258/45/42/13

Release by James Lord Darcy, Baron of Navan to Henry Darcy of Colburn (Yorks) of a messuage in Oldbiggin Street in Richmond, 14 Feb 1721

 

[1722]

D258/52/1/69

Letter from Thomas Eyre to his brother William Archer at Welford near Newbury, 20 Oct

Re his debts

1711

D258/64/7/9

Year diary of Harry Chandos Pole Gell

 

1900

D258/45/55/84

Letter from Robert Taylor re dissenters, Sir Thomas Brand's attack on Miss Stapylton and Turpin's confession of his crimes

 

10 Apr 1739

D258/52/1/3

Letter [to the Hon. Lady Archer], from her daughter Mary Archer, 4 Nov

Personal news

1687

D258/46/16

Memorandum addressed to John Cruso relating to legal proceedings concerning the Ball Haye Brook

11 Sep

 

1865

D258/11/23

Floor plan of Hopton Hall, Hopton. No scale Size 36 × 30 cm

 

18th cent

D258/53/48

`Le Paresseux Comedie en vers, et en trios Actes Par Mr De Launay' printed

 

1734

D258/17/7/13-15

Quarter Session orders

 

1835

D258/17/32/52

Richard Nall at Chesterfield to Philip Gell - Messrs Wilkinson's regret that it is not convenient to accommodate Gell with £2,500 - there has been great scarcity of money for the past 9 months. 1 Nov

 

1778

D258/17/32/122

John Proctor at Wingerworth to Philip Gell in London - hopes Gell received the trees - the cost of carriage to Kelstedge was high as it was difficult to get horses. 18 Apr

 

1812

D258/40/20/11

Deed of exchange between Sir Philip Gell and Thomas Goodwin of Derby gent, Goodwin to have 6 beast gates in a common pasture at Kniveton called the Wood and 6 beast gates in Kniveton Pasture, Gell to have 12 beast gates upon the Hill at Kniveton. 22 Jan 1696/7

 

1697

D258/35/42/3

Case papers; Jodrell v Gell

 

1789

D258/16/36

Account of the descent of estates in Wiltshire

 

[c1500]

D258/8/3

Accounts of bonds

 

1674-1681

D258/41/21/1

Epitome of the will of Philip Gell

 

1857

D258/17/26

Inventory of the goods (? Gell)

 

1555

D258/5/1/27

Smelting accounts

 

1655

D258/35/50/62-69

Smelting mill accounts and bills

 

1647-1663

D258/35/4

Survey of lands in Cutthorpe

 

1572

D258/24/8

Draft will of Sir Philip Gell

 

c1719

D258/35/39/8-11

Miscellaneous rentals and accounts

 

[16th cent]

D258/35/13/1

Terrier of Benjamin Hayward's estate at Carsington

 

1710

D258/9/2/5

Account of Miles Edwards to [Thomas] Gell for legal charges

 

1636/7

D258/35/45/1

Rental of all the rents within the jurisdiction of High Peake

 

1643

D258/45/47/15

Summary of account for the land tax for Durham

 

1723

D258/34/5/3-4

Derbyshire poll books

 

17th cent

D258/35/42/2

Case papers; Gell v Ratcliffe

 

[16th cent]

D258/45/55/29

Note of lease of the estate at Sprewsly and Hillinghall

 

[18th cent]

D258/40/8/14

Rough notes of manor court proceedings

 

[16th cent]

D258/57/32/1-16

Papers re history of Jessop family

 

1890s

D258/10/36/1-2

Mrs Farneworth's accounts

 

c.1700

D258/41/18/1

Unsigned will of Philip Gell

 

1829

D258/2/28/5

Administration of Henry Cruso

 

1837

D258/24/9/54

Land Tax, May; Hopton

 

1712

D258/24/32/5

Account of Mr Alsop's tithe arrears

 

1686

D258/5/1/17

Account of money received

 

1707/8

D258/24/9/7

Land Tax, May; Hartington Nether Quarter

 

1705

D258/13/40/1-2

Grant and copy by Thomas Huget of Middleton by Wirksworth to Thomas Huget his son of all his lands and tenements in Middleton and in the wapentake of Wirksworth

Witnesses: Ralf Wigley, William Spenser and Robert Spenser of Middleton

Dated at Middleton Epiphany 14 Edw IV [6 Jan]

 

1475

D258/7/6/30/1-2

Assessments

 

1635

D258/16/9/2

Copy appointment of John Newton and Roger Wilkinson to represent Derby in Parliament. 12 Edw IV 1427

 

17th cent copy

D258/22/8/15-18

Deeds etc relating to property in Hopton

(Sladen - Hitchinson - Gell)

 

1668-1671

D258/5/1/18

Notes re Griffe wall

 

1648

D258/23/19/13

Letter - Bridget Wyllughby, Wollaton

(Nottinghamshire) wife of John Gell - it is her desire if she could come over this Whitsuntide to be a party with her son Harrie in making a Christian soul of a daughter born to her son Edward's wife - if she wants a horse, writer will send one. 1 Jun

 

1625

D258/16/26

MS. verse, temp. Jas I

 

1603-1625

D258/35/35/4

Wirksworth Hundred land tax assessments; Callow

 

1719

D258/30/7

Colonel Sir John Gell's wine bill

 

c1645

D258/24/32/43

Bill of complaint of Sir Philip Gell re lands at Alsop

 

1692

D258/24/53/24

Letter from Francis Gell to brother Philip Gell "Cos. James arrived safely", 5 Jun

 

1680

D258/35/35/21

Wirksworth Hundred land tax assessments; Middleton and Smerril

 

1719

D258/24/10/9

Poll Tax; Bradbourne

 

1689

D258/35/48/6

List of those that have signed and those yet to sign

 

c1700

D258/7/2/2

Rental of the honour of Tutbury, Thomas Gell feodary

 

1647

D258/30/51/29

Receipt for payment of crown rent by Thomas Gell

 

1575

D258/1/53

Number not used

 

 

D258/17/29/1-5

Raventor mine accounts

 

1771-1777

D258/11/11

Parody of Hamlet's soliloquy - "To crop or not to crop"

 

1796

D258/32/3/6

Notices of Forthcoming Audit

 

1651

D258/17/7/28

Quarter Session orders

 

1841

D258/48/28/4

Acts of Inclosure; Horncastle, Lincolnshire

 

1803

D258/18/15/9

List of deeds

 

17th cent

D258/23/19/6-23/22/110

Correspondence, 16th-early 18th century

 

 

D258/2/20/3

Lands inc. Upper and Nether Mill Close in Wirksworth to Kirk

 

1803

D258/7/6/9

Elton - May, Aug, Feb, Jun

 

1677-1678

D258/21/45/4

Callow rentals

 

1783-1790

D258/8/23/7

Case for opinion of counsel re estate of Richard Clay

 

1742

D258/17/10/4

Prospectus of the Grand Midland Railway. (printed)

 

1830

D258/15/2/5

Petition of "many Freeborn People" to Parliament. Printed

 

1650

D258/72

`Catalogue of the library at Hopton Hall'

Arranged by size of volume: folio, quarto, octavo

Duodecimo, `sixteens and twenty-fours'

Title, edition and date of publication

Folio paper vol, in slip case

 

?17th cent

D258/30/51/5

Bond in £140 by Thomas Gell of Derby, yeoman, to Thomas Gell of the Inner Temple, esq, for the payment of £70

22 Nov

 

1654

D258/1/31/1-2

Deeds re three beast gates in Middleton Wood (Sarah Reed-Gell)

 

1820

D258/21/38/1

Estimate for the construction of the Cromford Canal

 

1789

D258/30/17/1-15

Medicinal recipes (some for Sir John Gell)

 

17th cent

D258/17/11/2

Statute: 3/4 Vic C87 (printed)

 

1840

D258/30/50/23

Legal bill

 

[16th cent]

D258/30/51/7

Letter - Thomas Knyveton to Thomas Gell re a legal case

16 May

 

1588

D258/17/31/57

Fragment of a letter from Miliscent Curzon to her brother

 

17th cent

D258/45/36/14

Summons for Jane Jessop to appear before Court of Ward

 

[17th cent]

D258/35/37/2-40

Receipts for payment of Dean and Chapter rents

 

1615-1709

D258/57/35/1-7

Oddments re history of families

 

19th cent

D258/10/9/6

List of Acts [of Parliament] already decided upon, sent to John Gell

 

1620

D258/25/2/3

Chief rent receipts

 

1602-1642

D258/41/4

Assessment in Ashbourne for tax for disbanding the army, Apr

 

1680

D258/17/10/11

Cromford Canal statement of accounts. (printed)

 

1839

D258/7/6/4

Bradbourne - May, Aug, Feb, Jun

 

1677-1678

D258/32/2/2

Copy of D258/32/2/1

 

[16th cent]

D258/24/2/17

Abstract of deed between John Berrow and Anthony Allsope

 

1683

D258/24/53/40

"A perfect ceure for the [? fraunte] in a hawkes body"

 

17th cent

D258/45/47/7

Summary of account for the land tax for Yorkshire

 

1719

D258/24/9/5

Land Tax, May; Fenny Bentley

 

1705

D258/5/1/12

Account of rents at Hope

 

1713

D258/22/4-23/4

Various, 16th-19th century

 

 

D258/10/86/62

Extracts of deeds re tithe ore. [lead]

 

17th cent

D258/35/35/18

Wirksworth Hundred land tax assessments; Mappleton

 

1719

D258/36/1/28

Evidence of Margret Barton of Tideswell, widow, re the lands of Robert Blacwall of Litton, her grandfather 27 Mar

 

1580

D258/7/6/29-36

Ship Money

 

 

D258/29/1/7

File of bills of Browne's creditors who have proved (1804-1816)

 

1816

D258/45/34/6/1-5

Receipts for chief rent received from Jane Jessop

 

1668-1674

D258/45/14/26

Fine between Richard Jessoppe (plaintiff) and Robert Lewes and his wife Cecily (defendants) concerning land in Sheffield, Easter 4 Eliz

 

1562

D258/36/21/3

Order for investigation of claims by William Blackwall that Anthony Gell disseised him of land at Wirksworth

24 Jan, 25 Eliz I

 

1583

D258/38/17/2

Part of paper re land transaction involving Thomas Yeveley

 

17th cent

D258/18/17/7

Account of deeds, 1740-1749, found in the late Mr Leeke's office, belonging to Philip Gell

 

18th cent

D258/36/43/2

?Notes by Gell as lawyer on marriage settlements

 

17th cent

D258/18/20/16

Note of accounts taken from the schedule for levies of land lately belonging to Anthony Spencer

 

1665

D258/17/30/48

Copy letter from Raffe Gell to Anthony Gell re mines. 13 Nov

 

[16th cent]

D258/10/83/7

Interrogations to be put to witnesses ex parte Gell

 

1654

D258/35/42/9-16

Unidentified fragments

 

nd

D258/21/17/4

Settlement certificates; Roger Billinge and Mary his wife - Hognaston

 

1784

D258/28/52

Letter from Thomas Gell to nephew John Gell about deeds for land in Litchurch 6 Apr

 

1656

D258/24/41

Household accounts. [Sir Philip Gell] 20-27 Jan, 1713/14

 

1714

D258/37/1/6

Gift for life by William son on William de Morton to William his father of lands in Westmundhalgh [? in Bradfield, Yorkshire]

Witnesses: Hugh dil Whitlegh, John de Brithtomlegh, Robert le Rons, Thomas in Bosco, William Elcock Dated at Haytelegh [ ] Tuesday before Nativity of St John the Baptist [20 Jun]

 

1335

D258/39/11/3

Compoti

 

1567

D258/45/28/5

Settlement for the forthcoming marriage between Francis Jessop and Barbara Eyre

 

11 May 1664

D258/36/9-49

Various

 

nd

D258/33/24-38

Various

 

 

D258/28/2/1

Gift by John Tuchet, clerk, to John Ireton, John Lowe, clerk, John Shyrley and Robert Shyrley of a plot of land with the building thereon, in the parish to All Saints, Derby, by the water called Odbrok on the south and the land of John Berd on the north, and a plot in the parish ot St Peter's, next to the church thereof, between the land of the prioress of the nuns of Derby on both sides. Witnesses; Thomas del Stoke and John Waundell, bailiffs of Derby, John Hoghton, John Strelley, William Rostell etc

Dated at Derby, 31 Mar, 14 Hen VI

 

1436

D258/19/34/6

Blank appointment of proxy form, Cromford Canal Navigation (printed)

 

19th cent

D258/28/3/2

Bargain and sale by Thomas Stone of Carsington and Henry Spencer of Ashleyhay, gents, to John Gell of Hopton, esq, in consideration of a competent sum, of a close at Carsington called Riddinge, a close called Calver Meadowe, 2 lands in the south east side of Bridie als. Bryerie Furlonge, 7 lands upon the Healde, with all hades and balks etc, lately purchased by Stone and Spencer from Anthony Hutchensen

28 May

 

1631

D258/27/2/12

Grant by William Dale of Calverton, to Ralph Gell of Ible of 2 messuages and 2 bovates at Ible, viz 1 messuage between the lands of Henry Buxtones and John Gell and one between the messuage of William Saucheverell [Sacheverell] and the well called Wallhed. Witnesses; John Wigley of Wirksworth, Thomas Henry of same, John Gell of Hopton junior, Ralph Stone of Carsington, Ralph Heir of Hognaston

Dated at Ible, 20 May, 7 Edw IV

 

1467

D258/41/22/10

Plan of Ashbourne and Oakerthorpe road through Carsington to Hopton Hall Lodge, Via Gellia to Cromford and High Peak Railway and new road on Carsington Pasture, 60 × 56 cm, Scale 1 inch: 5 chains [paper]

 

19th cent

D258/35/47/5

Survey of Sir John Gell's lands at Hope, in the tenure of Robert Neward

 

c1640

D258/2/35/4-5

Mortgage of Sheffield (Yorks) properties by Philip Gell for £12000

 

1810

D258/34/17/2

Account of rents received at Tutbury

 

1662

D258/33/14/64

Copy grant by Henry VIII to Richard Gell, of garden, Griffe Grange and property at Griffe in Brassington and Wirksworth, lately belonging to the monastry of Dale 23 Sep 38 Hen VIII

 

1546

D258/1/62

Lease for 40 years of land and property called the Hookes in Blackfordby (Leics) (Mugliston-Hall)

 

1683

D258/1/18/1-3

Abstracts of Matthew Bacon's title 1681-1806 (made 1809) (1/18/1), 1681-1809 (1/18/2), 1810 (1/18/3) 1809-1810

 

1681-1810

D258/1/10/1-13

Deeds re dwelling houses, gardens, land called the Croft and seatings in the church, all in Carsington, purchased from Benjamin Allsop to Philip Gell, on 14 May 1829, including several earlier mortgages

 

1758-1829

D258/1/36/1-3

Deeds re assignment of mortgage

(Gell-Charles Hardy - Philip Tomlinson - John Cruso)

 

1764-1800

D258/2/7/1-2

Deed of Exchange of messuages, lands and hereditaments at Kirk Ireton (Gell-Matkin)

 

1808

D258/7/5/7

Case of Lady Tyringham re her estate in Ireland lost in the rebellion

 

c1650

D258/1/38

Depositions concerning ownership of land in Middleton by Wirksworth in case of Gell vs Wigley

 

?1709

D258/5/1/19

Account

 

1659

D258/7/6/10

Fenny Bently - May, Aug, Feb, Jun

 

1677-1678

D258/44

Sir John Gell

 

 

D258/1/51/2

Exchange of properties in Wirksworth between Philip Gell esq. and Charles Hunt of Cromford esq. including the house formerly known as the Bowling Alley house and the Bowling Green now a garden (Hunt - Gell)

 

1786

D258/1/50/1-7

Abstract of grants of annuities made by Philip Gell esq. to Vice Admiral Sir Thomas Williams, James Green esq. and Captain and Mrs Ware (1816) all including schedules of property on which they were secured, abstract of related deed (1816) and releases of annuities 1818

 

1816-1818

D258/2/4/1-2

Deeds re release of a beastgate in Middleton Wood, in Middleton by Wirksworth (Spencer and others-Forester), and abstract of title (1767-1818) of Francis and James Spencer to a beastgate in Middleton Wood, in Middleton by Wirksworth

 

1818

D258/3/3

Letter patent of Elizabeth I re Thomas Gell. 23 May 26 Eliz. I [requires conservation]

 

1584

D258/10/9/16

Articles of high treason committed by John, Earl of Bristol against Charles I

 

17th cent

D258/33/9

Account of John Dakeyne to Sir Philip Gell for legal charges re his copyhold estates

 

1689-1709

D258/3/8/19

Surrender in Holbrook manor court [held at Belper] by Robert Baily, of 31 acres of arable, 1 rood of arable at will in Southwode and a lane in Wyldersley with a parcel of land called le Schawe [ ] called Duschonscrofte, to the use of Henry Highclef. Fine 12d. 21 May, 10 Hen. V

 

1422

D258/37/6/2

Bond in £60 by William Hethcote to Dean and Chapter of Lichfield for lease of Halcroft with houses and barn and the Rydding at Hope

30 Oct

 

1544

D258/7/5/30

Tideswell Theatre Playbill, `Romeo and Juliet and the Mock Doctor, or a Dumb Lady Cur'd' Printed

 

1807

D258/7/7/6

Assignment of mortgage by Francis Hurt of Wirksworth, brother, heir and executor of Nicholas Hurt of Alderwasley, decd., to Robert Wingfield, son and devisee of James Wingfield, decd. 15 Feb

 

1770

D258/12/12/2

D258/12/12/2

 

1644

D258/8/31/1-9

Receipts and other papers re executorship of George Pole of Heage

 

1674-1681

D258/10/9/13

Names of Captain Fitzherbert's troop, mustered at Ashbourne

 

1690

D258/8/39

Request by Samuel Booth at Swanwick to Sir John Gell, to pay £5 to Thomas Bayley, owed to him by Booth upon bond. 12 Apr

 

1680

D258/9/11/21

Case paper - Curzon and others v Cavendish

 

17th cent

D258/8/34

Copy indenture between John Borrow of Derby and Anthony Alsoppe of Alsop en le Dale re mortgage of land at Alsop. 29 Sep

 

1683

D258/45/34/23/8

Broom Hall collection

 

1790

D258/10/9/49

Account of lead and shot exported from England, 1698-1704, with custom paid

 

1704

D258/10/86/37

Arbitration of Sir John Gell between John Lowe of Alderwasley and John Chambers of Derby. 17 Mar

 

1686/7

D258/32/7/7

Deposition of Paul Grice of Derby, surveyor

 

1700

D258/10/9/71-72

Manor of Wirksworth - list of 29 cottages, with owners names "erected and encroached upon the wastes belonging to the [Wirksworth] manor"

 

?1695

D258/12/10/1-2

Release and quitclaim by Sir John Osborn of Chicksands (Beds) and Henry Fanshaw of the Middle Temple, to Sir John Gell, of all demands etc 15 May

 

1678

D258/17/4/33

List of bills payable and probable receipts and disbursements

 

Jun 1835

D258/12/16

Answers to articles of inquiry before Sir Robert Pye, Sir Edward Boyse and others re happenings at Derby in 1643-4, 5 - 26 Dec

Copies Information

Microfilm M 795

1645

D258/21/20/2-11

Philip Gell - bills from John Armstrong & Son for tea, drink, gunpowder, flax etc

 

1797

D258/18/19/8

Case paper re tithes. 22 Jun, 3 Cha

 

1627

D258/17/31/35

Thomas Bagshaw at Bakewell to his `cousin' Madam Gell - has welcome news of the service Mrs Gell and her daughters with a subpoena in Chancery to appear next Saturday - hopes to venture to Hopton when the weather is better. 18 Jan

 

1719/20

D258/17/32/12

Petition to Philip Gell and other justices from Jacob Doxey, John Clayton, Job Batemen and William Gratton, confined in Wirksworth House of Correction, being unable to subsist for want of money and friends and in danger of starving

 

1813

D258/21/17/3

Settlement certificates; George Briddon - Brassington

 

1762

D258/18/20/38-39

Letter - John Stuffyn at Nottingham (Nottinghamshire) to John Gell - I send copies of such assessments for Wirksworth Church as I can find among my papers - with note of levies 1608-1611. 13 Dec

 

1663

D258/20/33/3

Quitclaim from John Egington yeoman to Sir John Curzon of power of redemption in premises ? at Kedleston, 23 Sep (parts missing)

 

1673

D258/20/45

Letter from Richard Pomeroy to Sir John Gell concerning a writ against Gell made out by Pomeroy as a clerk

 

17th cent

D258/21/13/3

Letter - J Bradley at Ashbourne to Mr Bessick at Hopton re borrowing money. 31 May

 

1796

D258/2/28/68

Draft notice offering reward for information leading to the apprehension of the people who stole wheat from a field on the Ball Haye Estate near Leek [Staffs]

 

1848

D258/21/46/29

Letter - Joseph Outram at Alfreton to Philip Gell re provision of money

10 Jan

 

1778

D258/21/66/7-8

Accounts of Joseph Collinson; Repairs to the Slaughter house and stable etc in Neither Street, owned by Wirksworth School

 

1794-1795

D258/23/18/9-10

Witton manor court rolls

 

1707, 1710

D258/24/6/6

Memorandum by Henry Aldrich that he has resigned the lectureship, 13 May

 

1695

D258/23/12/9

Wirksworth manor court; Surrender - John Blackwell to use of Philip Gell and others of close in Kirk Ireton and allotment on Kirk Ireton Moor with income to be used for benefit of inhabitants of Kirk Ireton

 

1810

D258/23/17/4

Rents payable out of the estates of Broomhall, (Yorkshire) Tiln, Eckington and Brancliffe Grange

 

c.1750

D258/23/15/9

Lease by James, Lord Darcy, Baron Navan to Joseph Stephenson of Ricknell Grange, Durham, yeoman, of 3 farms called Ricknall Grange, High Couplaw and Low Couplaw, with 3 dwelling houses, lands etc and Ricknall Mill and Mill Farm for 12 years at £181 a year

27 Apr

 

1730

D258/23/20/28

Letter to Sir Philip Gell from William Archer at London re proving of a will, family greetings 1 Dec

 

1706

D258/59/3/4

Engagement diaries possibly of H A Chandos-Pole-Gell

 

1902

D258/23/20/11

Letter to Thomas Gell esq at Bakewell from Martin Marshall with news from Wirksworth, written at Hopton, dated Sunday, 1584

[No day or month]

 

1584

D258/24/18/1-3

Rough notes of questions on estate and legal points including on Middleton property and memoranda

 

c1709-1710

D258/24/50/62

Note from Nathaniel Curzon at Buxton to Sir Philip Gell - thanks Gell for the use of his servant John Heywood who was a good guide, 9 Jul

 

1719

D258/24/54/11

Articles of agreement re division of Kniveton pastures Sir Philip Gell and fourteen others, 26 Nov

 

1700

D258/35/41/7-9

Draft indentures

 

[16th cent]

D258/24/54/21

Grant of an annuity/rent charge of 50s a year for preaching 10 sermons a year in Alsop church after the death of Sir Philip Gell, 2 Apr

 

1715

D258/24/50/46

Letter from Thomas Bagshaw at Bakewell to Sir Philip Gell - is uneasy at the thought of a journey to Wirksworth on Thursday and thinks he would be of little or no use - therefore asks to be excused, 18 Sep

 

1716

D258/13/44/1-28

Receipts by the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield to Sir John Gell for the farm of Bakewell and Tunstead; (also inc Kniveton 1699 D258/13/44/28)

 

1657-1708

D258/19/5/1-4

Papers in case as D258/19/4/1, Oct - Nov 36 Cha II and nd

 

1684

D258/29/2/12

Hopton coal book: coals to be delivered by Mr Gell's tenants at Hopton from Cromford Wharf 1813-1818 and coals used at Hopton Hall 1813-1819

 

1813-1819

D258/31/2/7

Feoffment by Sir Phillip Gell to John Tompson of Wirksworth, butcher, of a parcel of land on the east side of Tompson's Wheatcroft, known as Curtis Acre and a rood in Northfeild, a pingle called Hellobyes Pingle on the north side of Brassington Lane, a parcel of land known as Broadstone Pingle on the south side of Brassington Lane - chief rent 6d a year

26 Mar

 

1712

D258/32/23/1

Longitudinal section of the Cromford and High Peak Railway from the top of Hopton Plane to the barn in Lord Mansfield's land. No scale. Size 330 × 10 cm

 

c1825

D258/31/1/8

Bargain and sale by Sir Phillip Gell to William Wilson of Wirksworth, gent, of a close known as Gilkhill Pingle lying under Gilkhill at Wirksworth, subject to a chief rent of 2d a year

26 Mar

 

1713

D258/33/22/20-22

Pauper apprenticeship indentures

 

1709 - 1711

D258/31/5/7

Appointment of Philip Gell as Deputy Lieutenant of Derbyshire

27 May

 

1803

D258/32/41

Mortgage of property ?some at Losehill [largely illegible]

 

undated

D258/58/3/2

Photograph of sketch portrait of Sir William Gell

 

Mid 19th cent

D258/34/79/10

Note from William Twayne to John Peepys at Saulsbery Court near Fleet, London - wants money, which is assessed upon his master's land at Longford, discharged to the High Sheriff

 

17th cent

D258/34/14/1

Ms. notebook - notes on Sermons by Mr Martiall

 

1646

D258/28/1/47

Gift by Henry son of Thomas de Hopton to Henry Henry son of Ralph de Ballidon of a toft in Carsington, lying between the tofts of Thomas son of William and the parson of Carsington, subject to a rent of 1d a year. Witnesses: Richard de Callow, Roger Spornecurtays, Walter at the Well, Nicholas son of Ragnald, Richard son of Robert, Adam de Hognaston

 

[late 13th cent]

D258/38/11/57

Letter - Elizabeth Gell(?) to Temperance Gell - arrangements for their uncle's grave; family matters, 16 Feb

 

1706

D258/36/1/33

Privy Council instructions to commissioners for the muster for Derbyshire

 

[16th cent]

D258/39/23/6

Final concord between Tristram Ridgway, John Wingfield, Thomas Taylor and Robert Longden plaintiffs and Antony Lowe, Luke Malkin and Sara his wife and Leonard Frost and Anne his wife defendants of 2 messuages, 40 acres land and 10 acres pasture in Alderwasley, Ashleyhay, Wirksworth and Ashbourne. Consideration £120 3 weeks of St Mary, 12 Wm III [13 Oct]

 

1701

D258/24/54/1

Enfeoffment of land and property in Hopton. Thomas Stone of Carsington, gent, to John Gell [unsigned], 22 Sep 1 Cha I

 

1625

D258/28/2/9

Surrender in Hazelwood manor court by Roger Stura of a parcel of waste land in Ashley Hay called Aldeport, to the use of Thomas Flecher, Fine 3s

St Nicholas, 14 Hen VII [6 Dec 1498]

 

1498

D258/45/23/3

Derbyshire (various)

 

 

D258/38/6/69

Letter to Madam Gell - peace conference is to be is to be renewed at Soissons in September, 20 Aug

 

1728

D258/39/10/2-3

Inventories of good, chattels and debts of Thomas Gell

 

1594

D258/45/13/35

William Jessoppe - Thomas Greene

Parcels of Shawfield, Sheffield

 

1638

D258/39/10/1

Inventory of goods, chattels and debts of Anthony Gell

 

1583

D258/45/4/5

Document referring to holdings/assessments of various houses including Abbot of Welbeck, Wyrsop [Worksop, Nottinghamshire] and other places

 

[14th cent]

D258/45/16/5

Promise by John Pearson to surrender a parcel of ground called Crookes Field to Joseph Banks

 

27 Sep 1693

D258/41/23/4-5

A plan of the intended canal from Cromford to Langley Bridge (Nottinghamshire) with collateral branches to the parishes of Pinxton and Selston by E G Fletcher

Scale ¼ inch: 1 furlong

Size 60 × 32 cms

1789

D258/41/24

Appointment by William, Duke of Devonshire, Lord Lieutenant of Derbyshire, of Philip Gell as Captain of a troop of the provisional cavalry, 29 Mar

 

1798

D258/45/11/18-21

Grant of custody of person and management of estate of Francis Jessop, lunatic, to brother William (11/18), with papers, and letters of administration 1728 (11/19)

 

1720-1728

D258/45/13/12

William Jessoppe - Roger Ludlam

Part of Broade Stors abutting Brinkcliffe, Sheffield

 

1619

D258/65/12/16

Bank book of Carsington School Trust

 

1893-1904

D258/45/13/11

William Jessope - Richard Wortley

Manor of Babworth, Nottinghamshire

 

1585

D258/57/42/3

Shorthorns and Clydesdales, Hopton Hall (printed)

 

1878

D258/52/1/45

Letter from John Eyre at Coopersale to his brother William Archer at Welford nr Newbury, 27 Nov

Estate and financial business

1713

D258/55/21/1-4

From Robert Mackworth-Young, Librarian at Windsor Castle, on copying of the correspondence, 19 Jun 1965 - 4 Mar 1965

 

1965

D258/52/1/44

Letter from John Eyre at Ipswich to his brother William Archer at Welford nr Newbury, 28 Nov

Estate and financial business

1713

D258/24/53/36-37

Petition to P Gell "and the other deputy lieutenants" re pay of militia, with reply by "TB" and "CG"

 

17th cent

D258/50/63

Cover to Philip Gell

 

undated

D258/50/54

Business letter to Messrs Marsh, Sibbard, London, bankers. From the Albany: Have they received £180 due from Mr Sloper 9 Jul

 

1811

D258/25/2/4

John Gell's expenses account in Court of Wards case, 12-13 Jas I

 

1614-1616

D258/64/7/13

Leaflet describing the return of Captain Chandos Pole Gell

 

9 Oct 1902

D258/57/18/12-17

Agreement between HCP Gell, sheriff, and William Barclay Delacombe, bailiff re duties of Delacombe; covenant to indemnify; and letter; shrievalty account, and letter

Agreement between HCPGell, sheriff and Joseph Challinor and Benjamin Scott Currey, undersheriffs re duties

 

1886

D258/57/29/3

Text of a speech on the manufacture of cheese with special reference to Cheddar cheese

 

19th cent

D258/32/37/1

Pedigree of Shallcross [on paper watermarked 1815]

 

19th cent

D258/57

Family Papers

 

 

D258/17/30-31

Correspondence

 

 

D258/27/2/18

Release and quitclaim by Thomas Eaton, clerk, to Ralph Gell of Ible, of all his right etc to two messuages and two bovates at Ible[as D258/27/2/12 above]

1 Jun, 7 Edw IV

 

1467

D258/38/6/64

Letter to Madam Gell - violent earthquake in Alcase - the English ambassadors have frequent conferences with Cardinal Fleury - Spaniards fitting out a squadron at Cadiz to bombard Sallee - a 12 year truce has been concluded with Spain, 8 Aug

 

1728

D258/56/3/1-2

Series B nos. 1-88(56/3/1), nos. 89-182 (56/3/2)

Letters to Adam Wolley in from Pegge, Blore, Sacheverell Pole, Lysons, mainly refs to publications, geneological and local history research, pedigrees

 

1783-1818

D258/45/55/20

Abstract of title re Wilkinson's lands in Aldborough

 

c1728

D258/8/1/1

Christian - does not doubt that the sough will keep the works dry and the mines will be able to work - notes that they are backward in paying lot and advises that the bill be filed this term. 26 Oct

 

1672

D258/45/35/17/1-3

Probate documents of Francis Jessop, Francis Heywood and Francis Howard

 

1693

D258/65/20/1/1

Manuscript French verse

 

[19th cent]

D258/52/1/28

Letter from J Bramston to Mr Archer at Soho Square, 6 Dec

Re his debts

1727

D258/48/2/10

Lady Day 1806

 

1806

D258/52/1/86

Cover for D258/52/1/86

 

1790

D258/45/49/9

Scheme for a division of estates in moietys between the Revd James Wilkinson and Philip Gell

 

1796

D258/45/35/12

Grant of the administration of the goods of George Jessop to Francis Jessop

 

13 May 1675

D258/45/55/32

Disbursements for Charles Wilkinson

 

2 Jan 1720

D258/35/40/4

Letter - Richard Lisett to Sir Phillip Gell re conveyances

 

1714

D258/45/35/4

Will of Wortley Jessopp

 

1615

D258/20/9/4

Account of cope taken at Griffe by Stephen Wall

 

1704-1710

D258/46/25

Sale catalogue of a freehold farm at Waterfall [Staffordshire], to be sold on 23 Apr 1879

 

1879

D258/52/1/134

Letter from Temp. Packer to her cousin 'My dear Madam', 6 Sep n.y.

Family news

(18th cent)

D258/57/29-41

Miscellaneous

 

 

D258/45/34/13/1-2

Letter addressed to 'Dear Cozen' concerning accounts including Lady Monckton's funeral and interest payments to Mr Norclife

 

[17th cent]

D258/45/34/5

Copy of a rental (Brantcliffe?)

 

1650

D258/45/55/48

Letter to Andrew Wilkinson MP from John Gell re a bank bill for £25 of Mr Allen

 

19 Oct 1753

D258/45/55/24

Rental of the manor of Aldborough

 

[17th cent]

D258/64/1/79-92

Letters from Harry at Cape Colony and Cape Town

 

4 Oct-6 Dec 1900

D258/32/3/28

Orders of Distraint

 

1634

D258/57/24/14

Statements of the principal trust money

 

1878

D258/57/24/13

Statement showing how the Hopton Estate is at present charged and settled

 

1878

D258/45/20/4

Fine between William Clansheard (plt) and William Rusholme and his wife Ann concerning lands in Newland, Rusholme and Drax, 23 Jan 24 Chas

 

1649

D258/48/1/1-2

Draft settlement and bond on marriage of William Pole Thornhill with Miss Gell

3 Mar

 

1828

D258/45/22/11

Bond in which William Jessop of Grays Inn is bound to Robert Monckton for £600

 

18 Jan 1692 [1693]

D258/34/55/2

Copy petition of the Scots to Charles I re the dangers threatening both Kingdoms with copy answer, Sep

 

1640

D258/45/24/9

Memorandum that Giles Walker, vicar of Hatton has received 20s from William Jessop for his tithes at Tiln (Notts)

 

17 Jan 1603

D258/45/39/27

Account of purchasers from Philip Gell of property at Sheffield

 

[19th cent]

D258/45/27/3

Settlement for the forthcoming marriage between Wortley Jessop and Katherin Doyley

 

1607

D258/56

Gell Family Papers Series A-D

 

 

D258/65/13

Wirksworth School

 

1909-1916

D258/53/59

Elegies (painted)

 

17th cent

D258/45/55/71

Draft will of Edward Hawke of Sheffield

 

May 1773

D258/59/3/13

Engagement diaries possibly of H A Chandos-Pole-Gell

 

1910

D258/45/55/17-18

Numbers not used

 

 

D258/63

Number not used

 

 

D258/45/27/1

Admittance of Edmund Doyley to a messuage an land in South Newington (Oxon), 25 Sep 35 Eliz

 

1593

D258/45/55/46

Letter to Thomas Wilkinson from Andrew Wilkinson re his father's conduct

 

10 Apr 1731

D258/45/55/36-38

Note that P Walter has examined the accounts of Charles Wilkinson for the ten years ending lady day 1724

 

2 Apr 1728

D258/52/1/9

Draft letter from William Archer at Soho Square, to 'Madame', Mar

Personal news

1728

D258/53/55

Guide to the Grand Cavern within The Mountain of Abraham's Heights, Matlock Bath (printed)

 

1818

D258/28/27

Deed relating to land in Carsington (Buxton - Gell) 21 Apr

 

1687

D258/17/8/5

Examinations re theft of candlesticks from John Fearn of Ashbourne, publican, by Richard Stewart of Greenock [?Totley]

 

1835

D258/7/5/6

`The Case of the Persons interessed in the Rent and Fine payable for and in respect of the Coal-Meters' - regarding addition of three sea coal meters in London. Printed

 

Post 1660

D258/7/2-5

Various

 

 

D258/36/35/1-2

Manuscript notes on religion, possibly sermons

 

17th cent

D258/29/2/11

Similar to D258/29/2/10, with account of cows bulled 1823-1827

 

1823-1827

D258/41/21/8-9

Note of value of Gell trust stocks with covering letter, May

 

1853

D258/40/23/35

Bond in £10 by Robert Alsop of Byggyng, yeoman, to John Fern of Workesworth yeoman, to indemnify Fern against all claims etc concerning a cottage and croft at Kyrkeyrton which he has bought of Robert

26 Feb 36 Hen VIII [1545]

 

1545

D258/13/31

Bond in £200 by John Spencer of Middleton (known as John Spencer of the Slated House) to Sir Phillip Gell for the performance of covenants 28 Jun

 

1698

D258/36/15/1-14

Abstracts of deeds "concerning Mr Gell's evidence"

 

1609

D258/17/23

Analysis of costs of prisoners and trials in Derbyshire by hundred, 1833-1840

 

1840

D258/64/1/165-179

Letters from Harry at Rosmead

 

20 Oct-28 Nov 1901

D258/30/40/3

Assessments for tax for building warships; Middleton

 

1677

D258/20/46

Notes which refer to 4½ oxgangs in Hognaston

 

[16th cent]

D258/2/20/2

House, lands inc. Mill Bank, Cotton Mill in Wirksworth to Hurt

 

1802

D258/2/20/1

House and lands at Hillfields als Gorsey Bank, Wirksworth to Toplis

 

1802

D258/26/19/29

Surrender and quitclaim by Roland Tomlenson and Christiana his wife, to Agnes Ferne widow, of all their right etc to a cottage and garden, a close called le Brodston Feild, 4 acres of land in Brodston Feild and 3 acres of land of ? upon le Myddle Peak, at Wirksworth. Fine 6s 8d. 10 Oct. 11 Eliz 1

 

1569

D258/1/20/1-5

Taylor-Tomlinson-Tipper

 

1709-1760

D258/24/9/16

Land Tax, May; Middleton

 

1705

D258/52/1/61

Letter from John Eyre at Welford to his brother William Archer at Sir John Newton's at Thorpe near Grantham, 12 Aug

Estate and personal news

1719

D258/41/38

Part of volume of Hognaston Manor Court Rolls [quire], views of frankpledge, 24 Oct 1752 - 6 May 1757

 

1752-1757

D258/40/30

Quarter Sessions order re a cottage built in Aug by George Bradwall of Middleton by Wirksworth, upon Middleton Common

8 Oct 12 Wm. III

 

1700

D258/7/6/29/8

Wormhill

 

1635

D258/64/7-10

Miscellaneous papers and photographs

 

 

D258/18/11/16-20

Lists of jurors

 

1795-1801

D258/45/24/4

Part of custumal of Francis Earl of Salop

 

[16th cent]

D258/46/24

Conditions of sale of land at Dronfield

 

[19th cent]

D258/38/11/61

Letter - Francis Gell in London to his sister Temperance Gell - was in the Gazette last Thursday [bankrupt], 5 Oct

 

1706

D258/45/30

Wilkinson family

 

 

D258/32/3/61

Orders for payment at rent audit

 

1660-1666

D258/33/1/2

Letter - Laurens Beresford of Alstonefield [Staffordshire] to Antony Gell - please deliver the enclosed to Dr Parkesbee and desire him to send his mind to them again - the writer desires him to be present on the court day - thanks him for the subpoena - send word by the bearer where the subpoena for his sister Kateryn is

 

[16th cent]

D258/24/50/48

Letter from `N B' at Ashbourne to Sir Philip Gell - sent Gell's letter to Lord Parker - cannot reach Hopton this week - last Wednesday being the anniversary of King Charles's murder, preached upon the fact of the day from words in Judges - there is news that the Swedish ambassador is in custody, 5 Feb 1716/17

 

1717

D258/18/20/19

Levy to pay Roger Jackson (of Alton)

 

1651/2

D258/57/17

Parish

 

 

D258/45/34/8/1

Account of Broom Hall mill

 

1688

D258/48/13/1

Draft pedigree of the Gell family (17th-19th cent)

 

19th cent

D258/45/14/52

Schedule of deeds re Jessop lands

 

c1694

D258/21/8

Satirical verse - "Courage and Cowardice contrasted."

 

c.1805

D258/23/15/3

Copy will of Sir John Gell of Hopton, 18 Aug

 

1687

D258/26

Title Deeds etc

 

 

D258/33/22/23-27

Accounts

 

1692 - 1704

D258/33/22/9-13

Removal order from Hopton

 

1692-1697

D258/23/15/6

Number not used

 

 

D258/20/9/2

Account of cope taken at Griffe by John Hutchinson

 

1706-1710

D258/45/41/1

Account of the trustees of the Wirksworth School owed to Joseph Wilshaw

 

1817

D258/45/34/2/1-10

Miscellaneous receipts and accounts on small scraps of paper

 

c1619

D258/30/3

Revocation by John Gell of Hopton, esq, of uses in the above settlement

20 Apr

 

1656

D258/26/16

Royal pardon to Sir John Gell of Hopton for all transgressions, rebellions etc, with restitution of all his lands etc

17 Nov, 12 Cha.II

 

1660

D258/41/17/2

Map of Broom Hall Estate by Ward J Fairbank, scale 8 chains: 1 inch. Paper, coloured 91.5 cm ×.56 cm

 

1802

D258/18/33/4

Key to a cypher (hand of Sir John Gell I)

 

c.1644

D258/41/19/4

Marriage agreement of John Nicholas Gell and Givserpina Grassi of Milan (in Italian), 10 Apr - 12 May

 

1834

D258/21/62/1

Deposition of Edward Hutkinson of Carsington re. the way from Carsington Hill to the Common Field

 

Late 17th cent

D258/38/11/43

Letter - Mary Packer to her cousin Mrs Gell [Katherine, wife of Sir John Gell II?] at London - Mary Rawlins has died of an unknown illness

 

17th cent

D258/10/9/40

[Number not used]

 

 

D258/29/2/6

Book of accounts of disbursements, for Hopton Hall, including purchases of farm stock, straw etc, labourers' wages and time. At end, wages received by Watson (1814-1826)

 

1826-1827

D258/39/21/3

Examinations before Anthony Gell, justice of the peace of; Oliver Store about the killing of his master William Madders, 18 Oct 18 Eliz

 

1576

D258/40/23/11

Gift by John Gresley Kt, Thomas Blount, Kt, John Bayle and Richard Porter to William Benet, chaplain, and Thomas Hey of Derby, of all the land etc at Kirk Ireton which they had of the gift of John Bagger

Witnesses: William Beighton of Ashleyhay, John Scatergoude [Scattergood] of Atlow etc

Dated at Ireton, 30 Apr 18 Hen VI [1440]

 

1440

D258/28/1/46

Quitclaim by John Brygh and Joan his wife, to William de Hopton of all their claim etc to the land etc in Carsington which William had of the gift of Denis son of Nicholas de Rowsley. Witnesses; Henry de Ballidon of Carsington, Lord Richard de Milnehouses, chaplain, William son of Roger de Middleton

Dated at Carsington, the day after Michaelmas, 24 Edw III [30 Sep]

 

1350

D258/45/15/12

Assignment of lease of the manor of Brantcliffe from James Ryall to John Morton (owned by Jessop)

 

17 Sep 1705

D258/28/9/2

Mortgage by demise for 1000 years by Ralph Gell of Carsington, yeoman, to William Briddon of Carsington, yeoman, for £40, of 2 closes at the eastern side of the wash in Carsington, called the Crofts (1 acre) and a pingle lying next to Cross Lane, with a beastgate upon Carson Hill

5 Aug

 

1740

D258/37/1/10

Admission of William Morton to Croft called Hobcroft in Westmondhalgh [Bradfield, Yorkshire] for 20 years at annual rent of 16d and fine of 12d, 27 Jun 5 Hen V

 

1417

D258/28/6/7

Bond in £80 by Edmund and Jane Buxton to Sir John Gell for the performance of covenants. 13 Oct

 

1688

D258/21/42

Uckerby (Yorkshire) and Ricknall (Durham) estate bills

 

1775

D258/41/34/5

Plan of bedchambers at Hopton Hall, Philip Gell, numbered 2, Size 14 × 10 inches, 26 Apr

 

1799

D258/27/17

Legal judgement - Thomas Rawson, John Beighton and Robert Rawson. 28 Mar 20 Cha II

 

1688

D258/27/1/16

Release and quitclaim by William de Ballidon, parson of "medietatis ecclesie" of Darley en le Peak, to the abbey of Dale, of all his right etc to le Coldherberow in the manor of le Bretgriff at Hopton, formerly the property of Walter de Tansley, and to 6s 8d rent

Witnesses: Robert Fraunceys of Allestree, William atte Brygg of Thulston, William de Colewich of Stanton, Henry Coselyn of Horsley, William de Houton of Spondon, and William de Sawley, clerk. Dated at Stanleye, Tuesday, Ss. Simon and Jude, 22 Edw III [28 Oct]

[No 33]

 

1348

D258/32/14-52

Various

 

 

D258/26/8/8

Receipt for 18s 6d received from Thomas Gell as farmer of chantry lands in Mattlocke

31 Oct, 34 Eliz I

 

1592

D258/7/1/5

Charter of Robert le Wine, son of Adam le Wine of Wirksworth, granting to Robert Ingram of Nottingam [Notts], all his land at Bretgriff in the Peak, subject to annual rents of 6d to Robert and 12s to Hugh de Ferrers

Witnesses: Sampson vicar of Wirksworth, Adam de Kesteve, William le Wine, Matheu de Longstone, William de Longstone, Henry de Garton and Hugh de Weremundisworit

Seal in black wax 1"

1247-1260

D258/30/27/2

Letter - Council to John Gell, Sheriff of Derbyshire in answer to his queries re the rating of Derby for ship money - although it was set at £120, it is possible to alter it - the best rate is that which the town usually pays

21 Sep

 

1635

D258/7/3

Particular of the estates of Philip Gell at Hopton. No. on plan, tenant's name and address, extent, value and rent for Middleton, Carsington, Griffe, Hognaston, Kirk Ireton, Callow, Ible, Hopton, Wirksworth and Bonsall

 

1807

D258/7/5/11

Calculations re shafts

 

19th cent

D258/2/40/46

Case re Yorkshire estate

 

1821

D258/37/23

List of the commissioners for the four subsidies granted to the King

 

1663

D258/27/4/7

Grant by Nicholas le Chapman of Ible to Reginald son of John de Birchover, of ½ acre meadow in Ible lying in les Puttedoles next to the meadow of the said Reginald, which he had of the gift of Thomas le Maiden. Witnesses; William de Birchover, Ralph de Snitterton, Nicholas Attewalle, William Attewalle, Robert Priest

 

[c1300]

D258/26/2/3

licence by Henry, Earl of Lancaster and Leicester, to Roger, son of Henry de Hopton, to grant lands as D258/26/2/2 above to the canons of Rocester. Witnesses: William le Blount, William de Walkinton, Richard de Rivers, Henry de Hanbury and John de Hambury

Dated at Somborne [Northamptonshire], the last day of October, 6 Edw III [31 Oct]

 

1332

D258/21/6/1

Religious engraving - `vigilate et orate quia nescitis horam."

 

c.1700

D258/28/41

Letter from John Ferne at Hopton to Thomas Gell in London regarding problems in court case involving Duchy of Lancaster, 19 Aug

 

1632

D258/28/49/1-28

Receipts for rent of royal farm at Wyndelands (Gell family involved from 1558) 30 Hen VIII - 16 Eliz 1

 

1538-1574

D258/33/14/23-31

Notes for levying an assessment (by Philip Gell?)

 

17th - 18th cent

D258/30/50/25

Letter - Matheu Marshall to Mr Gell - Gell's sister Lowe would like him to come to Alderwasley on Thursday next

 

1588

D258/13/45/4

Note that it was agreed that Gell was to be allowed the taxes for Bakewell and Tunstead but not for Kniveton

 

1694

D258/45/21

North Lees (Yorkshire)

 

 

D258/32/2/3

Compotus Rolls; Bakewell, Hope and Tideswell

 

1537

D258/32/3/32

Orders of Distraint

 

1638

D258/8/22

Letter - Robert Mower at Chesterfield to his cousin George Poole - gives prices of woods. 14 Feb 1673/4

 

1674

D258/55/2

Pedigree of the Gell (and Eyre) family of Hopton (on parchment sheet)

(16th-19th cent)

 

19th cent

D258/35/1/2

Rental of lands in Bakewell, Hope, Tideswell, Monyash and Ible

 

[16th cent]

D258/33/14/63

Unidentified orders

 

17th cent

D258/39/11/7

Survey of lands in Wessington which Mewye Babyngton died seised of the reversion, which are held by John Sellers

 

1571

D258/40/35

Pages 161-174 of Salomon's "Oeconomicks"

[printed]

 

17th cent

D258/1/18/17-21

Bower-Bacon

 

1792-1810

D258/32/12/1

Compotus of Anthony Gell as feodary for Derbyshire

 

1554

D258/41/34/2

Plan of Hopton Hall [original ground plan?], Size 18 × 12 inches

 

c.1789

D258/39/11/6

Survey of estates of Gilbert Thacker

 

1563

D258/57/28

Photographs

 

 

D258/30/53/1-2

Unidentified case papers

 

17th cent

D258/24/10/10-11

Poll Tax; Brassington & Aldwark

 

1689

D258/34/22-23

Numbers not used

 

undated

D258/40/23/3

Quitclaim by Isabel Coke of Kyrcyrton to William Bagger and William de Ashbourne chaplains, of all her title etc in a tenement etc in Kirk Ireton

Dated at Ireton, Monday before St Barnabas, 14 Ric II [5 Jun 1391]

 

1391

D258/18/20/22-23

Levy of Ible and Callow for the parliament's service

 

1648

D258/17/22/5

List of names - [Gell tenants?]

 

c.1800

D258/37/8

Schedule of debts owed to Robert Bultan

 

[early 16th cent]

D258/10/17

Warrants of Commissioners for putting into execution an Act for raising money by a poll or otherwise [to fund a war against the French]

 

17th cent

D258/45/35

Probates

 

 

D258/48/2/3

Lady Day 1800

 

1800

D258/30/51/17

Extracts from the Inquisition Post Mortem of Thomas Gell

19 Dec, 37 Eliz I

 

1594

D258/7/13/41-48

Assessments

 

 

D258/25

Miscellaneous legal, financial and other papers

 

 

D258/30/50/11

Copy rental of William Wynfeld at Wirksworth

 

1510/11

D258/39/25/1

"A brief [account] of money Mr Gell is to receive from wards' lands in his hands for rents due," ?Martinmas 15 Eliz [1573] and in arrears

 

c1573

D258/17/32/48

Draft letters from Philip Gell soliciting support for the bill

 

1789

D258/34/5/1

Derbyshire poll books

 

1656

D258/15/2/6

Petition of the inhabitants of London and Westminster re indigent officers. Printed

 

1650

D258/37/19

Account of money received by the Committee for Sequestrations

9 Aug

 

1648

D258/45/13/17

Jane Jessop - Thomas Skargell

Hornerfield nr Little Sheffield Bridge, Sheffield

 

1641

D258/30/14/1

Sir John Gell to his son John Gell - has sent up 7 bottles of water for the hawks

26 Sept

 

1664

D258/1/1/1-9

Deeds re close of land called Pinder Butts, Carsington (Slack-Mellor-Gell)

 

1830-1872

D258/8/44/3

Bond in £2000 by John Gell to Robert Eyre of Highlow, for the payment of £1000 [cancelled]. 23 Jan

 

1663/4

D258/24/9/21

Land Tax, May; Tissington and Lea

 

1705

D258/30/5/2

Part of an order by W Adderley [to Sheriff of Derbyshire] re levying of shipmoney

4 Aug, 11 Cha I

 

1635

D258/9/14/3

Draft petition of Thomas Gell re Henry, Earl of (?) who is bound to him in £34 150

 

c.1650

D258/17/32/154

Thomas Bowlby to Philip Gell - praises Buxton waters - snow in London - fuel and food are scarce - has found Dr Burney lives in St Martin's St., Leicester Fields - the Perrens were executed yesterday - the Queen is again in a condition to secure the succession of the house of Hanover. 18 Jan

 

1776

D258/53/52

Abstract of the Minutes of Evidence ... before a committee .... to consider the affairs of the East India Co (printed)

 

1813

D258/55/17-18

Found loose in D258/55/10; Newspaper cuttings from the Derby and Chesterfield Reporter on the non-retirement of W Pole Thornhill as MP, 13 Jan 1863, and the death of Edward Sacheverell Chandos Pole, 23 Jan (printed)

 

1863

D258/24/11-29

Various

 

 

D258/53/49

`A narrative of what passed at the Revolution House, at Whittington, 1688, with a perspective view and plan of that cottage.' Printed at Nottingham

 

1788

D258/53/63

`Meditations and Resolutions, Moral, Divine, Political ..., written for the instruction and bettering of Youth; but, especially of the better and more Noble `Antony Stafford.' Printed at London

 

1612

D258/53/45/2

`The Present State of Europe or the Historical and Political Monthly Mercury' (printed); Oct

 

1717

D258/53/31

`A Remonstrance of His Excellency Thomas Lord Fairfax, Lord General of the Parliaments Forces. And to the General Councel of Officers held at St Albans,' 16 Nov 1648. Printed at London

 

1648

D258/53/10

`A true and briefe Relation How, And by what means, The Isle of Wight was secured in August 1642.' Printed at London

 

1642

D258/53/45/1

`The Present State of Europe or the Historical and Political Monthly Mercury' (printed); Jul

 

1712

D258/59/11

Letter concerning H Chandos Pole Gell's will

 

1895

D258/53/11

`The Forme of Government of the Kingdome of England Collected out of the fundamental Lawes and statutes of this Kingdome.' Printed at London

 

1642

D258/55/6

Typed pedigree of the Jessop-Eyre (Gell) - D-Arcy - Wilkinson - Lawson alliances (16th-19th cent)

 

20th cent

D258/53/34

`The Kings most Gracious Concessions delivered. To the Commissioners at Newport, and debated their, 29 Sep and sent by His Majesty to his two Houses of Parliament .....' 2 Oct 1648. Printed at London

 

1648

D258/55/8

Copy manuscript entitled `The History of Derbyshire' by Philip Kinder, signed at the front Nicholas Burton, parchment cover in protective casing. [Original MS in Bodleian Library]

 

1715

D258/53/15

`A Perfect Diurnall of some passages in Parliament And from other parts of this Kingdom, from 8 April to 15 April.' Printed at London

 

1644

D258/17/32/86

Duke of Devonshire to Philip Gell - has received offers both from Gell and Mr Coke to succeed Mr Fitzherbert - wishes them both well and would be sorry to see a contest - will not declare for either side until the opinion of the town is better known

 

1772

D258/35/41/34

Case paper fragment

 

17th cent

D258/23/16/1

Account of Rev. James Wilkinson as treasurer of the River Dun [Don] Company

 

1779-1780

D258/26/11/5

Bond in £40 by Roger Bradshawe of Hognaston, yeoman, to Agnes Ferne of Wirksworth, widow, to make a good estate in fee simple to lands sold to Agnes, viz a messuage and closes called the Ryddynge and Hutman feild near Shottle Park all at "Ydershey" [Idridgehay]

18 Sep, 8 Eliz I

 

1566

D258/45/47/8

Summary of account for the land tax for Yorkshire

 

1721

D258/17/32/19

Propositions for an extension and branch from the Erewash Canal. 15 Dec

 

1788

D258/30/50-53

Thomas Gell

 

 

D258/64/9/2

Copy of Eton College Chronicle with note of telegraph received by Pole Gell and others

 

12 Jun 1902

D258/32/3/35

Rentals

 

17th cent

D258/64/1/14-31

Letters from Harry as a prisoner at Pretoria, Transvaal

 

31 Dec 1899-21 Apr 1900

D258/1/16/3

Observations on title to Calver Meadow

 

Post 1795

D258/45/11/4-13

Marriage settlement of Thomas Burton and Elizabeth Jessop 1699-1700 and management of Burton's debts inc land in Drab (Yorkshire)

 

1699-1730

D258/48/22/1-5

Deeds relating to the Bradbourne estate

Including

D258/48/22/1 Particulars of two farms and two lots of land at Bradbourne to be sold by private contract, 10 Jun 1836

D258/48/22/2 Conditions of sale of the Bradbourne estate, to be sold 13 Jun 1836

1817-1837

D258/27/15

Memorandum that "I gave to Richard Ward and Richard Wakfield a discharge for £696 ...."

 

1640

D258/23/20/1

Release by Sir Humphrey Bradburn of the Lea to Edward Pease of London of his title in tenement in Kirk Ireton, previously granted to Sir Humphrey by the King under the Duchy [of Lancaster] seal, ?6 Oct 3 Edw VI

 

1549

D258/33/4/2

Receipt by John Meinell of Willington to Anthony Gell, feodary of Derbyshire, for £29 3s 4d, allowed to him by the Court of Wards for his exhibition during his minority

9 May, 7 Eliz I

 

1565

D258/26/11/8

Bond in £40 by John Storer of Assheley Hey to Agnes Ferne of Wirksworth, widow, to abide by the arbitration of William Beaneibrigg and Richard Ravener, gentlemen

15 Nov, 11 Eliz I

 

1569

D258/29/1

Thomas Browne bankrupt

 

 

D258/38/11/66

Letter - Nathaniel Curzon at Kedleston to Sir Phillip Gell - has made some alterations to the bill, 16 Jan 1718/19

 

1719

D258/10/9/3

Letter - Thomas Stubbinge at Whittington to Sir John Gell [II] at Hopton - will give him an account of receipts and payments as soon as he is able. 9 Apr

 

1677

D258/24/48/27

Letter from Robert Fagg at Wiston [Sussex] to Sir Philip Gell wishes to know how the foals are and when they will be fit to travel, 19 Feb 1716/17

 

1717

D258/13/23

Gift by Thomas Spenser senior of Myddylton and Margaret his wife to Thomas Spenser, son of Nicholas Spenser of Ryber, in consideration of £10, of a messuage and lands etc in Myddylton 28 Sept, 9 Hen VIII

 

1517

D258/28/1/39

Power of attorney by William Rolsley [Rowsley] of Wigley to Ralf Stone of Carsington, to receive seisin of all the land in Carsington which John Kniveton of Stanton and Henry Stafford, clerk, rector of Ireton, recently had of his gift, according to the tenor of a release made to him

Dated at Wigley, Easter, 19 Edw IV [11 Apr]

 

1479

D258/10/33/26

Examination of John Wilcock of Weston-upon-Trent and information of Joseph Cresswell and Elizabeth Rose re Cresswell calling Wilcock a roundhead and conventicle rogue

 

1669

D258/28/2/2

Gift by Robert de Ekilsale [Ecclesall, Sheffield, Yorkshire], Rauf de Ekilsale to John son of Lyolf de Horlowe and Maud his wife, of all the lands, messuages etc which John holds of him in bondage in le Horlowe, subject to a rent of 9s 6d a year and of suit of court at his court of Ekilsale and to suit of mill at his mill of Ekilsale [French]. Witnesses; Thomas de Munteney, Thomas de Furneus ,Richard du Boys of Sheffield, Adam le Cul de Sheffield, Adam Hanselm, Richard le fiz Wilham le fiz Cessile, Robert Frend etc

Dated at Ecclesall, St John the Baptist [29 Aug]

 

1303

D258/17/7/16

Quarter Session orders

 

1836

D258/23/12/8

Wirksworth manor court; Presentment and admission of John Blackwell

 

1810

D258/24/48/62

Letter from John Spence at Malling to William Fitzherbert - Heasman has not yet made use of any attorney nor has Sir Robert done anything further since he made entry last Michaelmas - does not know where the original will is, 17 Mar 1718/19

 

1719

D258/23/8/4

Release to follow lease by Sir Philip Gell to Thomas Carter in consideration of 20 shillings of a parcel of land at Abney called the Slade (1½ acres), the westerly part of the Wall Head (1½ acres)

31 Mar

 

1704

D258/45/13/9

William Jessoppe - Richard Woodrone

Brandcliffe Storth or Edgefield, Brandcliffe Edge, Sheffield

 

1635

D258/30/4/1

Draft deed of sale by John Curzon of Kedleston to John Gell of Hopton, of premises at Duffield

 

c.1610

D258/57/42/5

Shire Horses, Hopton Hall (printed)

 

1892

D258/7/13/53

Copy order re lease of tithes, 34 Eliz I

 

1592

D258/35/50/74-116

Miscellaneous bills and receipts

 

17th cent - 18th cent

D258/24/10/45-46

Poll Tax; Wensley & Snitterton

 

1689

D258/26/10/5-6

Lease and release by Peter Milnes the younger, of Derby, brickmaker, and Robert Bourne of Derby, cordwainer, to Sir Phillipp Gell of Hopton, in consideration of £30, Earnest Coast Close Kirk Ireton (tenant Thomas Blackwall)

6/7 Apr

 

1704

D258/45/51

Miscellaneous

 

 

D258/10/42

Compotus of John Gell as sheriff of Derbyshire

 

1636

D258/40/7/5

`A general levy for the repair of Wirksworth Church'

 

1670

D258/24/48/22-23

Letter from Robert Fagg at Wiston [Sussex] to Sir Philip Gell re Colts

 

1716-1717

D258/36/1/31

File of legal notes, examples of sheriff's returns, letters of attorney, etc with draft land of William Hickenson to Anthony Gell, 1579

 

[16th cent]

D258/45/37

Murray family

 

 

D258/41/23/3

As above but scale given as 2 miles: 1 inch (2.5 cms), size 19 × 12 inches (48 × 30 cms)

 

c.1769

D258/26/21

Draft will of Richard Smythe, vicar of Wirksworth - to be buried before the altar of St Helen etc

13 Jun

 

1504

D258/32/3/1

Description of the duties and fees of the receiver

 

17th cent

D258/20/65

Survey of manor of ?Bugscote, ?Dare?te

 

[16th cent]

D258/18/37

Thirteenth annual report of the Derbyshire General Infirmary

 

1838-1839

D258/13/45/6

Note by Gell about Dean and Chapter rent receipts for Kniveton 1595 - 1610, 1614-42; Tunstead and Bakewell 1571 - 1581

 

17th cent

D258/24/50/35

Letter from Joseph Hayne at Derby to Sir Philip Gell - it is declared that Richard Pye and John Gisborne intend to stand for Derby at the next election, 22 Aug

 

1713

D258/21/62/5

Draft petition re. Fairfield chapel

 

c1590

D258/36/24/1

Receipt by Edward Beyresford to Raff Gell for £5 10s for payment of rents

11 Nov 35 Hen VIII

 

1543

D258/17/20

List of Honorary Burgesses of Derby

 

Early 19th cent

D258/10/9/19-20

Assessment on landowners at Mapleton and Thorpe for disbanding the army

 

1680

D258/10/39/2

Letter - Sir John Gell to his son, John Gell - [incomplete]. 20 May

 

1652

D258/13/54/2

Summons of John Taylor to appear in the Chapter House at Lichfield to answer charges of subtraction of tithes brought by Robert and John Lomas, 7 Dec

 

1705

D258/7/6/6

Callow and Ible - May, Aug, Feb, Jun

 

1677-1678

D258/9/11/9

Bond in £100 by Clement Palgrave of the Inner Temple, [as D258/9/11/5 above]. 6 Dec

 

1633

D258/28/5/5

Bond in £40 by Anthony Ripton senior and Anthony Ripton junior to Sir Philip Gell, for the performance of covenants

10 May

 

1706

D258/5/1/9

Account of the acreages of land at Hognaston, Ashleyhay, Kirk Ireton, Kniveton and Ible

 

18th cent

D258/17/30/16

John Manners at Haddon to Antony Gell - asks Gell to dine - has appointed Lawrence Sar? to bring his books out re Mythin (Mytham Bridge) Bridge wherein Gell may help Hawley and the other workmen to get their wages. 23 Oct

 

1582

D258/32/3/9

Order from K Symore to John Fanshaw re collection of monies due for Honour of Tutbury

 

1660

D258/64/1/93-104

Letters from Harry at Cape Town

 

27 Jan-28 Feb 1901

D258/17/30/43

Rychard Brelsforthe[Brailsford] to Antony Gell - asks Gell to let him know how he likes London and he will tell Gell how he likes being a husband

 

[16th cent]

D258/26/3/13

Release and quitclaim by Thomas Stortrede of Kirk Ireton, to Richard Smith of Wirksworth, clerk, of all debts, actions etc

Dated at Kirk Ireton, [16 Jan], 15 Hen VII

 

1500

D258/40/23/23

Power of attorney by Thomas Topley senior to Robert Smith, Thomas Stortrede and Robert Topley to deliver seisin to Richard Topley his son, of all his lands etc at Kirk Ireton

Dated at Thornton, Friday after the Ascension, 13 Hen VII [25 May 1498]

 

1498

D258/7/13/35

Hopton assessment for the repair of Wirksworth Church, Aug

 

1682

D258/58/23/2

Listing of plate etc taken to Hopton Hall from Radbourne Rectory

 

1907

D258/28/5/3

Settlement by Anthony Rippen of Carsington, yeoman, whereby he conveys to William Cowper and Samuel Taylor of Carsington, miners, his dwelling house at Carsington with all his lands etc, to the use of himself and Margaret his wife for their lives with remainder to Anthony Rippen, their son, with proviso that if Anthony shall provide his parents with meat and drink etc for their lives, he is granted all his groves, shafts etc, and personal estate

24 Apr

 

1706

D258/23/14/3-6

Accounts of Christopher Croft to James Darcy for rents and disbursements of Witton, Hamsterley, Ricknell and Coupland

 

1715-1716

D258/38/9/2

Receipt for £20 15s received from Nicholas Butler to the use of Mr Henry Atherton, in satisfaction of 4 bonds, 25 Nov

 

1667

D258/38/6/76

Letter to Madam Gell - Mrs Hays committed to Newgate for high treason - Sir George Mertins elected Lord Mayor, 29 Sep

 

1729

D258/39/6

"Sir Walter Rawleigh's apologie"

MS copy

 

1618

D258/31/5/5

Copy court roll of the manor of Hamsterly (Durham) for amercements at the Court Baron of James Darcy

4 May

 

1715

D258/32/18/4

Account [of Anthony Gell] of tithes and rents

 

[16th cent]

D258/32/18/10

Accounts for dinners supplied to Colonel Sir John Gell, Jul 1643 - Nov 1644

 

1643-1644

D258/35/50/73

Taxes paid for John Gell

 

1734

D258/5/1/28-29

Miscellaneous accounts

 

1655

D258/17/4/36

Memorial of the High Constables of Derbyshire for a revision of their fees (printed with MS annotations)

 

1829

D258/35/35/10

Wirksworth Hundred land tax assessments; Fenny Bentley

 

1719

D258/31/2/24

Feoffment by Sir Phillip Gell to William Hoades of Bolehill, yeoman, of a parcel of land in Torr Pingle, a parcel of land called Crabb Tree Rood lying in Barne Close at Wirksworth - chief rent 2d a year

26 Mar

 

1714

D258/17/31/24

Symon Waterhouse at Mercaston to Sir John Gell - his half year for Kniveton expires at Michaelmas and he would be glad to receive the money. 24 Nov

 

1642

D258/36/46/1

Note of a law suit 27 Apr 21 Eliz I

 

1578

D258/32/3/26

Orders of Distraint

 

1632

D258/17/30/31

Receipt by Henry Wygly of Strapetofte (Leicestershire) yeoman for £20 from Thomas Gell, in part payment of £41 13s 4d bequeathed to him and Goodethe his wife by Anthony Gell. 4 Dec 26 Eliz I

 

1584

D258/30/14/2-10

Letters to John Gell from his son [signed `servant'], some undated

 

Sep 1648 -Dec 1648

D258/41/34/7

Plan of Hopton Hall (original ground plan?), Size 16 × 12 inches

 

c.1790

D258/28/1/63

Gift by William de Ballidon of Carsington to Henry de Ballidon his son, of all his lands etc in Carsington. Witnesses; William de Carsington, Roger de Middleton, Henry de Alsop, Ralph de Batheley of Carsington, Nicholas le Wight of Hopton

Dated at Carsington, Sunday after St Nicholas, 5 Edw III [8 Dec]

 

1331

D258/3/11/2

Minutes of the Lord Chancellor's decree re Philip Gell's will 11 Jan

 

1720/1

D258/20/54

Rental of Morley, Smalley and Kidsley

 

1692

D258/24/49/6

Letter from Henry Caple, consul at Tripoli, to Philip Gell

 

17th cent

D258/48/28/5

Acts of Inclosure; Cheadle, Staffordshire

 

1809

D258/18/27/5

Account of tithes paid to Mr Cockaine this last year

 

17th cent

D258/10/5

Executorship account of `LC' [a male of Holmesfield], giving details of legacies

 

1653

D258/10/9/62

Letter - Ralph Edge at Gloucester to Sir John Gell - has settled a new issue and jury with Mr Rolston's attorney. 20 Feb

 

1676/7

D258/10/86/51

Award by Sir John Gell between Henry Greatorax et al and John Spencer et al re Masson Grove. [lead] 8 Jan

 

1676/7

D258/35/47/14

List of various bonds

 

1678

D258/32/3/23

Orders of Distraint

 

1633

D258/17/8

Depositions and Examinations

 

 

D258/19/2/6

?lawyers' bill

 

[16th cent]

D258/18/20/17

Three months pay for His Majesty's use [place not mentioned]

 

1667

D258/17/43

Memorandum of agreement re sale of timber from Benjamin White

 

1839

D258/18/1/4

Surrender by Robert and Winifred Eyre as D258/18/1/3 of named lands, and admission of Joseph Eyre

 

1712

D258/18/7/7

Notes of what can be found in Hopkinson's book relating to Wirksworth School and almshouse (1574-1638)

 

18th cent

D258/23/18/11

Witton manor estreat roll

 

1723

D258/57/29/1

Notebook Containing historical notes on the English Constitution, early English history etc

 

19th cent

D258/24/9/33

Land Tax, May; Dethick, Tansley and Lea

 

1711

D258/35/45/4-8

Rentals due to John Gell esq

 

1638-1642/3

D258/28/13/1-2

Deeds relating to lands in Carsington (Dale - Gell)

 

1761

D258/38/6/16

Letter to Madam Gell - the Polish King in consultation re opening of the General Diet - case in King's Bench between the Duke of Somerset and his tenants who have refused to pay quit rents, 28 Oct

 

1725

D258/17/9/4

Uncompleted poor law questionnaire (printed)

 

c.1840

D258/17/45/43

Dickinson to ? - mineral rightsof the Dove Gary Co. with reference to local mining activities of other families and companies including the Cromford Company and the Lead Hills Company

 

1813

D258/17/32/159

John Gell to Philip Gell - the shooting is still very good - had 3 brace of partridges and a cock pheasant - cousin Archer is at Harrogate and is said to have two she valets des chambres. 6 Nov

 

1791

D258/18/20/30-32

Levies upon Hopton for the repair of Wirksworth church

 

1646, 1658; 1664

D258/28/50/2-7

Papers relating to various copyhold lands

 

1657-early 18th cent

D258/17/25

Rental of Wynnland at Bakewell

 

[16th cent]

D258/8/9/14

Letter - George Pole to George Stubbing, arranging a meeting, Stubbing to bring the £100 etc. 23 Jun

 

1680

D258/10/32/1

Copy speeches; Mr Grimston in Parliament

 

c.1640

D258/17/31/29

John Dakeyne at Derby to Sir Philip Gell sending 2 letters of attorney for the manors of Wirksworth and Ireton Wood, with abstract of former presentments - the court day is Wednesday week. 22 Aug

 

1709

D258/18/20/25

Levy for oats for Derby to be gathered by the constable of Biggin for Alton

 

1644

D258/18/7/30-18/8/20

Estate Papers

 

 

D258/17/33-44

Various

 

 

D258/24/30/9-11

Inventories and valuation of goods in the house of Sir Philip Gell at Alsop en le Dale, taken by William Goodwins, 20 Jun

 

1716

D258/57/44/2

Memorandum re release, by William Mason, marshall

 

1643

D258/24/1-5

Sir Philip Gell

 

 

D258/26/11/2

Testimonial by Robert Vernon of Assheburn [Ashbourne]

 

1457

D258/45/26/3

Lease by Sir William Darcie to John Hodgshon of lands in Hamsterley (Durham)

 

nd

D258/2/12/1-13

Moiety of a close from Hognaston Oldfield and 4 beastgates in Hognaston (Warrington-Blackwall-?-Holbrooke-Bingham)

 

1717-1787

D258/38/11/8

Letter - John Otefeld at Alfreton to "good madam" - hears she bemoans her loss [death of her mother?] - words of comfort, 13 Mar 1670/1

 

1671

D258/17/7/23-25

Quarter Session orders

 

1839

D258/38/11/40

Letter - to Elizabeth Gell - annuities for widows and orphans, 24 Mar

 

c1700

D258/10/63/1

Bond in £63 by Martin Tompson of Wirkworth, lead merchant, to Elizabeth Gell, daughter of Sir John Gell, for the payment of £31 10s. 12 Nov

 

1684

D258/35/41/18-19

Copy indenture between Thomas Stout of Carsington, gent, and John Gell of Hopton, esq, re land at Hopton and Carsington

 

1625

D258/35/41/12

Survey of Soresby's lands at Middleton

 

18th cent

D258/32/3-13

Honour of Tutbury

 

 

D258/57/9

Death certificate, Henry Chandos Pole Gell, Brassington, Oct 1902

 

1903

D258/17/10/6

Cromford and High Peak Railway annual statement. (printed)

 

1841

D258/12/24

Copy letter of Sir Charles Cornwallis, a prisoner in the Tower 22 Jun

 

1614

D258/33/16/6

Expenses of Dean and Chapter of Lichfield

 

1597

D258/38/6/3

Letter to Madam Gell - there have been meetings about the Irish refusing Wood's Halfpence - general council ordered to consider Irish affairs, 19 Sep

 

1724

D258/45/16/8

Declaration of trust by Henry Liddell re sale of manor of Broom (Yorkshire)

 

1699

D258/33/14/1-13

Order of demission and other papers in the case James, Earl of Northampton v John Gell, esq, re lot and cope in the soke of Wirksworth

 

1662

D258/10/75

Draft letter by the justices of Wirksworth Wapentake re the oath of protestation. 21 Mar

 

1641/2

D258/45/15

Brantcliffe

 

 

D258/7/6/29/2

Bowden Chapel

 

1635

D258/24/9/28

Land Tax, May; Bonsall

 

1711

D258/24/11

Draft will of John Wingfield of Wirksworth, gent, including bequests concerning his shares in monies, his estates at Bradfield, Yorkshire, and Wirksworth including Noreton Steere Farme, 6 Jul

 

1704

D258/35/35/17

Wirksworth Hundred land tax assessments; Kniveton

 

1719

D258/24/9/59

Elton land tax assessment

 

1707

D258/7/13/61

Draft leases between Dean and Chapter of Lichfield and Gell

 

17th cent

D258/19/1/1

Advertisement for Bowyer's History of England lottery. (printed)

 

c.1800

D258/10/76

`A certificate of what has been done upon the poll money.'

 

1641

D258/10/29/24

List of Lieutentant Colonel [Thomas] Gell's foot company

 

c1645

D258/17/19

List of justices

 

c.1830

D258/14/16

MS draft minutes of Quarter Sessions Jul 1832-Easter 1834

 

1832-1834

D258/45/47/6

Summary of account for the land tax for Yorkshire

 

1718

D258/35/43/1

Honour of Tutbury rent accounts

 

1639

D258/21/2

The Age Newspaper (death of Sir William Gell) 28 Feb

Printed

 

1836

D258/34/61/1

Account for meals, to Sir John Gell

6 October

 

1643

D258/25/7/1-11

Raventor (Lead) Mine accounts inc Gell's 1/6 share Mar 1773-May 1776

 

1773-1776

D258/25/22

Legal expenses account to Philip Gell inc Bradbourne estate sale, Cromford Canal shares dispute, tithe ore and property in Carsington

 

1830-1831

D258/20/9/3

Account of cope taken at Griffe by Margrit Bagshaw

 

1702

D258/21/19

Account book of cash received by George Smith senior for tolls taken at Briers Well Turnpike

 

1794

D258/21/38/5

Letter, W Toplis to (Philip Gell?) - asks for a list of the Cromford Canal proprietors

 

1790s

D258/33/22/6-8

Settlement examinations

 

1696 - 1703

D258/32/22/8-30

Agents' accounts

 

1766-1779

D258/39/31/3

Lay subsidy, Wirksworth hundred, 18 Eliz I

 

1576

D258/35/27/2

Plan of fields

No scale. Size 32 × 25 cm

 

18th cent

D258/27/2/17

Release and quitclaim by Richard Dale, son of William Dale of Calverton, to Ralph Gell, of all his right etc to a messuage and 5 bovates at Ible, late the property of William Dale. St Martin in Winter, 7 Edw IV [11 Nov]

 

1467

D258/28/18/1-2

Deeds relating to Curzon of Kedleston inc property in Carsington and Brassington (Elizabeth I - Lake - Bacon - Curzon; Gell)

 

1604-1616

D258/34/35

Copy will of Sir John Gell

 

1687

D258/24/4/1-2

Quietus to the executors of Sir Philip Gell, decd for money owed as Receiver of the Honour of Tutbury, with receipt

 

1737

D258/45/47/22

Summary of account for the land tax of the West Riding of Yorkshire

 

1729

D258/45/24/22-26

Nottinghamshire (various)

 

 

D258/45/13/36

William Jessoppe - Stephen Fox

Little Sheffield Grange, Sheffield

 

1628

D258/21/25/4

West Riding of Yorkshire Quarter Sessions orders

 

1833

D258/40/8/3

Interrogations to be administered to witnesses on behalf of Sir Philip Gell in his case v Anne Rossell, widow, and others re property in Wirksworth

 

1702

D258/28/1/49

Gift by Nicholas le Wight of Hopton to Lord Simon de Brentingham and Richard de Mulnehouses, chaplains, of a plot of land with buildings thereon, in Carsington, between the tenements of Walter de Tansley and Ralph de Alsop, subject to a rent of a rose a year. Witnesses; Richard Bate, Henry de Alsop, Roger de Middleton of Carsington. Dated at Carsington, Sunday after the Invention of the Cross, 19 Edw III

[8 May]

 

1345

D258/31/11/1-8

Deeds relating to property in Carsington and Brassington

(Stone, Rollesley, Buxton, Walton, Gell, Westerne, Booth, Jessop)

 

?1510-1540

D258/32/29/2

Letter from Thomas Bagshaw to Sir Philip Gell from Bakewell can only say that he knows not how to judge of endless importunities but is certain that not one farthing of the 20 guineas is expended, for Gell's brother has not yet made on step towards his examination - let him know how Tatum was listed, reference to lands at Wormhill that are not taxed, or are underrated 15 Aug

 

1706

D258/23/12/3

Wirksworth manor court; surrender by Edith Young, widow, of a moiety of a close and dwellinghouse at Kirk Ireton to the use of Elizabeth Smith. Fine 1s 7d

17 Jul

 

1767

D258/58/43

Notebook on army training

 

1951

D258/45/34

Accounts and rentals

 

 

D258/37/3/2

Fine between Thomas Wynfeld and Henry Sacheverell for property in Alderwasley and Ashleyhay for consideration of £40

9 Oct 8 Eliz I

 

1566

D258/23/9/6

Release and quitclaim by Christopher Darcy to Elizabeth Darcy of all errors, misprisons etc. which he might prosecute against her by reason of a judgement against him at the suit for £1000 debt and 40s. costs

2 Jan

 

1689/90

D258/2/12/1-21

Deeds re lands in Hognaston and Kirk Ireton given by Admiral Gell to John Matkin as part of exchange on 8 Apr 1805, comprising properties as below

 

1717-1787

D258/31/2/25

Feoffment by Sir Phillip Gell to Robert Spencer of the Kinges Head in Wirksworth, yeoman, of a close known as Peires Meadowe with the barn thereon, at the top of the Dale at Wirksworth - chief rent 6d a year

26 Mar

 

1714

D258/45/11/3

Receipt for £30 paid by William Jessop for room in Holborn Court, London, 19 May

 

1690

D258/1/57

Deed of covenant to produce title deeds relative to the estates of the late William Milnes, esq, at Aldercar, Codnor and Heanor, and at Billinghay (Lincs) (Smith-Gell)

 

1841

D258/1/40/1

Merger of tithes in the freehold of land comprising the extra parochial manor of Griffe Grange by trustees and executors of Philip Gell esq deceased. Includes schedule, giving tenants' names and acreages (total 676 acres)

 

1849

D258/3/10/12

List of deeds re. Burgage at Flee Hill, Bakewell. 1462/3 - c. 1512/13

 

17th cent

D258/31/1/25

Suit roll for the manor of Middleton

23 Oct

 

1752

D258/2/30/1-2

Release and fine for property in Sumersham, Blakenham, Blakenham on the Hill, Blackenham on the Water, Netherstead and Botham [Suffolk] (Arthur and Eyre - Monkton and Sanders)

 

1721

D258/2/16/1

Release of messuages, lands and premises in Ible and assignment of shares in the Cromford Canal Navigation, from Edward Sacheverel Chandos Pole to Philip Gell 24-25 Mar 1837

 

1837

D258/40/7/10

Memorandum of agreement for the levying of a church rate

 

1670

D258/41/23

Canal Plans

 

 

D258/7/15/6

Order of the Trustees dismissing William Bayly and appointing James Hunt in his place

 

1651

D258/48/28/3

Acts of Inclosure; Forebridge, Castle Church, Sow, St Thomas Upon Sow, Coton, Berkswich and St Mary in Stafford, all Staffordshire

 

1800

D258/24/21

Order of the Duke of Devonshire to the deputy lieutenants re search for arms in the possession of dangerous persons, 22 Jul

 

1715

D258/23/12/7

Wirksworth manor court; Presentment re John Blackwell's entitlement to premises

 

1810

D258/31/15/1

Grant by Sir Philip Gell to Katherine Okeover of a yearly rent of £50 from a farm in Hognaston, 19 Oct

 

1694

D258/35/48/11

List of deeds

 

17th cent

D258/33/11

List of names

 

17th cent

D258/35/39/5

Account of the King's rent in Over Haddon

 

[early 16th cent]

D258/24/9/48

Land Tax, May; Middleton and Cromford

 

1711

D258/24/48/19

Letter from William Heasman at Cowfold [Sussex] to Sir Philip Gell - received orders from Gell to pay his rent to Mr Spence but Sir Robert Fagg has forbidden him to pay rent to anyone but him - asks Gell to sort it out, 10 Nov

 

1716

D258/24/9/37

Land Tax, May; Hartington Middle Quarter

 

1711

D258/10/33/19

Letter - James Nutley to [Mr Finch] encloses the Lord Chancellor's answer. 11 Jun

 

1678

D258/9/5/1-6

Certificates to Parliament re. election of Thomas Gell as MP for Derby. 13 Nov

 

1645

D258/17/22/9

Notes on representation of `faits'

 

18th-19th cent

D258/39/24

Notes in Latin by Ambrose Cooke. The first entries are headed "Anarchasis dixit: leges arachnearum telis similis esse" [Anarchasis said: laws are like spiders' webs]

 

[16th cent]

D258/20/57

Letter from Fra. Garratt to Sir John Gell relating to 2 deeds of purchase concerning Egginton etc 26 Feb

 

1674/5

D258/57/23/16

Particulars of property in Ockbrook belonging to Carsington School

 

1904

D258/45/9/2

Copy appointment of Andrew Brittlebank as a new trustee under the marriage settlement of William Pole Thornhill and Isabella his wife to replace John Nicholas Gell, 23 Mar

 

1837

D258/45/9/6

Declaration by Samuel Bacon of Carsington, miner, on the identity of Philip Gell and his title to the manors of Hopton, Griff Grange, Middleton by Wirksworth and a large tract of land called the Intacks in Middleton, 3 Mar

 

1837

D258/17/32/112

Thomas Buxton to Philip Gell - Frank Eyre has most of Joseph Clark's house down and rebuilt it but is waiting for wood. 13 Jun

 

1812

D258/35/35/19

Wirksworth Hundred land tax assessments; Mappleton and Thorpe

 

1719

D258/61/13

`House book' for The Meadow House [Summer Lane, Wirksworth]: household accounts Jan-Aug

 

1911

D258/35/47/12

Letter to John Toplis from William Kayer re land in Callow

 

1674

D258/33/2/11

Letter - Thomas Parker at Hopton to John Gell - has received £74 from writer's cousin William Hopkinson

22 Oct

 

1662

D258/45/36/10

Pains of the manor of Laughton

 

17 Apr 1673

D258/53/47

Orders for the charity school in Carsington Printed

 

1730

D258/3/5/2

Bargain and sale by Edwarde Pees and William Wynlove, gent. to Rauffe Gell of Hopton, in consideration of 100 marks [£66 3s 4d], of all their messuages, lands etc. at Kyrkierton, Bawkewell and Worksworth. 25 Feb, 6 Edw. VI

 

1552/2

D258/30/15/2

Letter - R Bradshaw to John Gell esq - re money due to him from Gell's cousin Radclyf

24 Aug

With details of Justice's work at rear

 

1667

D258/28/7/3

Lease for possession by William Eyre of Highlow, Hope, esq, to Sir Philip Gell, of several messuages etc late of Sir John Gell in Wirksworth and Carsington, and a farm in Lincolnshire etc. 17 Oct

 

1699

D258/26/3/4

Acknowledgement by Christopher Bonn of Bakewell and John Hyblyn that they owe William Winfield of Wirksworth and Robert Glossop, £6 to be paid at the Purification next

29 Oct, 8 Edw IV

 

1468

D258/33/2/23

Draft letter to the Earl of Pembroke re an additional committee for this county who have questioned and opposed orders

 

1645

D258/21/20/12-15

Philip Gell - bills from Charles Wright for provisions

 

c.1797-1798

D258/23/10/10

Counterpart of conveyance from Richard Walker to Richard Buxton of 2 beastgates and 40 sheepgates in Carsington

 

1623

D258/45/39/3

Receipt for deeds from Revd Wilkinson

 

30 Oct 1780

D258/30/24

"In Answer to the Earle of Straffords Oration" (printed)

 

1641

D258/59/12/3

Plan of Nether Town Hall Farm, Bradbourne size 36 × 22 cm

 

undated

D258/35/35/22

Wirksworth Hundred land tax assessments; Newton Grange

 

1719

D258/10/33/12

Opinion of Mr Lightbourne re bankruptcy of William Bradley

 

c.1680

D258/35/20/1-7

Bayliffe Croft Sough, Wirksworth, accounts

 

1670-1672

D258/28/1/76

Deed between Anthony Ashmore of Carsington and Thomas Buxton

16 Jun, 15 Jas I

 

1617

D258/30/50/26

Order to Richard Bland, John Yonge, Mary Platt and Alice Tiler re payment of tithes to Anthony Gell

26 Sep

 

1581

D258/8/41

Letter - John Cowper at Ripley to Sir John Gell - re a marriage. 19 May

 

1680

D258/30/12/1

Copy order of pardon for Sir John Gell, 5 Apr

 

1653

D258/33/3/5

Extract from draft deed - John Gell covenants with James, Earl of Northampton, for peaceable possession by the Earl of lot cope and barmaster's office within the soke and wapentake of Wirksworth, except in Griffe and Griffe Grange

 

1663

D258/40/12

`The Case of the Jews Stated' Printed with ms notes by Sir Philip Gell

 

After 1654

D258/27/13

Payment [? of a fine] by John Gell and tenants and occupiers of the Manor of Wirksworth and Middleton called Hollande Manor and of the Manor of Hopton to Godfrey Clarke, sheriff [of Derby]

 

17th cent

D258/28/44

Instructions in the case of John Gell and the barmasters against miners over tithe ore on motion of vicar of Hathersage

 

c. 1650

D258/23/22/110

Covering letters for two London bills making £78 10s, from R Langley, York, 13 Sep

 

1735

D258/39/29/5

Bond in 200 marks from Thomas Buxton of Brassington, yeoman, to Anne Buxton of Hobknowe widow for the performance of covenants, 18 May 15 Eliz

 

1573

D258/33/13/8-13

Case papers re. tithe ore at Bakewell

 

1613

D258/32/20/7

Memorandum by William Armstronge, William Steuard and John Robinson that they were sent by the collector to gather the last 3 months `sese' and stayed at Wirksworth from Saturday to Monday, spending £1 9s, 26 Aug

 

1654

D258/31/16

Appointment of Philip Gell as a deputy lieutenant of Derbyshire by William, Duke of Devonshire, 9 Jul

 

1757

D258/31/2/28

Feoffment by Sir Phillilp Gell to Elisha Helloby of Wirksworth, blacksmith, of a messuage in St Johns Street, Wirksworth, with a garden and shop or smithy - chief rent 3d a year

25 Mar

 

1715

D258/32/3/39

Account Books; (rents and other revenues and some disbursements)

 

1632

D258/32/31/2-6

Assessments for tax for supplying His Majesty's extraordinary occasions; Elton

 

1673-1674

D258/33/14/19

Ship Money assessment [totals for each hundred]

 

c1635

D258/32/52

General pardon by James I to Thomas Cleburne of Cleburne, (Westmorland) esq, 12 May 1 Ja I

 

1604

D258/31/14

Articles of agreement re repair to sough between John Lees and proprietors of lead mines in North Griffe Rake and Bailey Flatt Rake, Wirksworth (inc Sir John Gell) 10 Dec

 

1688

D258/35/12/2

Rents received by R[obert] S[pencer] at Tideswell

 

1644

D258/32/18/12

Account of lot ore sold, including some to Major Molanus

 

1646

D258/32/42

Account of money due to Sir Philip Gell from Ralph Smith and due to Ralph Smith from Sir Philip Gell, Dec 1710 - Dec 1711

 

1711

D258/36/4

Expenses laid out by Agnes Ferne of the goods of Ralph Gell her father

 

c1570

D258/30/31

Petition of Thomas Gell, barrister, to the Bench of the Inner Temple re unpaid debts

 

c1635

D258/3/9/2

Surrender in Wirksworth manor court by Thomas Storer of Wirksworth and Margaret his wife, of a close below Yolclyffe [Yokecliff] to the use of John Gell. Fine 8d. 14 Apr, 2 Hen. VII

 

1487

D258/9/5/7

Examination of Cornelius Ireland re election of Thomas Gell

 

1645

D258/24/2/14

Receipt by Anthony Alsope to Sir Philip Gell for £500 purchase money, 23 Jun

 

1691

D258/30/25/1

Letter - Immanuel Bourne at Ashover to Sir John Gell - has heard that there is a petition being got up in Derbyshire, calling upon the King to return to Parliament,

23 Mar

 

1641/2

D258/36/23/5

Examination of John Fearne re his contempt for breach of court decree

5 Dec

 

1614

D258/32/50

Note to Sir John Gell that the writer or his deputy will be at Tutbury on 27 Oct to keep his Majesty's audit, 13 Aug

 

1660

D258/30/11

Order of Parliament for Sir John Gell to have a further 3 months liberty

 

1651/2

D258/32/23/3

Section of the Hopton Hill cutting. No scale. Size 110 × 12 cm

 

c1825

D258/33/2/25-33/21

Various

 

 

D258/22/8/9-10

Draft release by John Gell to Thomas Stone of memorial dues with note of intention to release all freeholders, with letter

 

1618

D258/20/1/2

Further answer of John Stanhope to the bill of complaint of Sir John Gell, 15 Dec

 

1653

D258/23/20/30

Letter to ? from William Archer re family affairs, including a reference to Lincolnshire and Suffolk estates, 24 Jun

 

1707

D258/27/10

Copy lease of meadow in Matlock-Queen Elizabeth I and Ralph Leighe. 27 Mar 3 Eliz I

 

1561

D258/30/25/2

Letter - Immanuel Bourne to Sir John Gell - has seen a copy of the petition - it is planned to present it on Wednesday next, 31 Mar

 

1642

D258/24/6/22

Declaration by Nicholas Smith, churchwarden of Ashover that he never consented to the suit and thinks William Hand unfitted to be lecturer, 17 Oct

 

1691

D258/45/26/2

Schedule of deeds concerning lands in Witton and Hampsteeley (owned by Darcy)

 

[c1688]

D258/30/51/33

Receipt to Thomas Gell for the rent of Bakewell, Tideswell and Hope

4 Nov, 23 Eliz I

 

1581

D258/26/22

Trade circular of the Forsyth Patent Gun company, 10, Piccadilly, London

 

c1820

D258/28/23

Assignment of lease relating to property in Carsington for 21 years

(Hutchinson - Spencer - Gell)

 

1629

D258/17/45/36

M Nicholas to Philip Gell - re investments of stocks

 

1816

D258/24/10/25

Poll Tax; Hartington Middle Quarter

 

1689

D258/33/4/1

Receipt by Frauncis, Earl of Shrewsbury to his servant Arthur Shakesley, for £27 6d

16 Dec, 1 Eliz I

 

1558

D258/29/2/1-4

Watson's account book for Hopton: farm accounts of purchases and sales, wages paid, breeding, hay in the meadow, expenses of board wages, animals killed etc. With 3 enclosures

 

1813-1822

D258/3/10/4

The case of John Gell against the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield et al. 11 Nov

 

1667

D258/45/42-46

Miscellaneous

 

 

D258/24/6/23

Confirmation of the appointment of Henry Aldrich as lecturer, the Chancery case having been dismissed, 25 Aug

 

1693

D258/28/32

Extract from Tutbury Cowcher of rental, under Brassington, for Elton, Carsington, Winster and Ible. 4 Feb 2 Hen IV [Hy son of King Hy] with note of examination 28 Nov 1654

 

1415

D258/30/51/2

Oath by Richard Symeson, priest, that he acknowledges Elizabeth I as supreme head of the Church etc

 

1587/8

D258/57/8

Birth certificate of unnamed child of Henry and Teresa, Brassington, Nov 1872

 

1903

D258/45/22/7

Admittance of William Wentworth at manor court of Wakefield

 

1671

D258/25/8/1/1-2

Correspondence about church living at Carsington, 22 Mar 1717/8

 

1718

D258/65/3

Dinner programmes

 

1912

D258/21/40/6

Estate bills of Philip Gell

 

1773-1796

D258/21/57/4

Depositions in a case concerning Robert Dakin

 

1602

D258/24/10/18-19

Poll Tax; Hopton and Carsington

 

1689

D258/18/20/10-11

Hulland and Idridgehay for poor and repair of Wirksworth church

 

1658-1664

D258/32/35

List of members of the Committee of Priviledges

 

c1650

D258/1/54

Release of a close called School Brook, Kirk Ireton (Matkin-Jones)

 

1807

D258/34/53

Notes on the pay of army officers

 

c1645

D258/21/27

Horse fodder account book [blank]

 

c.1800

D258/10/29/2

Case paper to prove the sealing and delivery of the deeds by Sir John Gell to the use of his son John, and other matters

Note: refers to the plunder of Hopton Hall, by Royalist soldiers

 

c.1642

D258/17/45

Philip Gell - Correspondence and Papers

 

 

D258/17/32/99

John Martindale to Philip Gell - subscription for the Young Club at Whites - with account. 28 Apr

 

1777

D258/31/1/24

Bargain and sale by Tristram Ridgeway to Sir Phillip Gell of premises as D258/31/1/20 above

30 Apr

 

1718

D258/27/4/9

Grant by Nicholas Attewelle of Ible to William his son, of 40 acres of land at Brassington between Herburghalle and Ivonbrook, with pasture for 200 sheep and 3 cows, with a toft which Isabel, daughter of Ralph del Hull once held, at Ible. Witnesses; Ralph de Snitterton, John de Sutton, Roger de Wensley, Ralph de Ible, Nicholas le Chapman

 

[c1300]

D258/26/2/15

Lease by John, Abbot of Rocester, to William Ferne, of all their messuages and land at Hognaston etc (except chief rents), for 39 years at 22s a year

Dated at the chapter house, 16 Feb, 2 Ric III

 

1485

D258/30/33

Charges against the Earl of Bristol and his answers

 

c1625

D258/3/11/6-7

Demise of messuages and lands in Bakewell, Holme, Tideswell and Middleton. Trustees of the will of Sir Philip Gell, Bart, to Charles and Thomas Sanderson 7 Aug (2 copies)

 

1721

D258/26/3/3

Grant by Thomas Stortrede of Kirk Ireton to Richard Smith of Wirksworth, clerk, of premises [as D258/26/3/2 above]

Witnesses: Thomas Harvy of Wirkeworth, John Gell of Hopton, William Eyre of Callow, John Dey of Kirk Ireton, Robert Parker of same. Dated at Kirk Ireton, 10 Jan, 15 Hen VII [1499/1500]

 

1500

D258/40/23/10

Power of attorney by John Gresley, Kt, Thomas Blount, Kt, John Baily and Richard Porter, to John Verney senior, to deliver seisin to William Benet, chaplain and Thomas Hey of all the lands etc at Kirk Ireton which they had of the gift of John Bagger. 30 Apl 18 Hen VI [1440]

 

1440

D258/30/4/5

Bond in £600 by John Curzon of Kedleston, John Gell of Hopton and Francis Burton and John Pryme of Weston to Francis Fitzherbert of Somersal Herbert, for the payment of £303

Dated 15 Aug 1615

 

1615

D258/28/28

Gift from Ralph Gell to Margaret Nedham of Wormhill, widow, of lands in Carsington

Dated Sunday after St Hilary in the 28th year of the reign of Henry VI

[18 Jan 1449]

D258/31/2/1

Feoffment by Sir Phillip Gell to Jonathan Smith of Bolehill, Wirksworth, yeoman, of 2 closes known as North Field Pingle and Rough Close Pingle lying under Bolehill (tenant Adam Ragg), at Wirksworth - chief rent 4d a year

26 Mar

 

1712

D258/26/2/9

Grant by Isolda, widow of Hugh de Combridge, to Roger son of Henry de Hopton and Margaret his wife, of 2a. arable and meadow in Hognaston. Witnesses: Henry, son of Thomas de Hopton, Robert Spornecurteys of Middleton, Robert de Alsop in Carsington, Richard Spornecurteys in Hognaston, William de la More of Hognaston, Henry Here [Eyre]de Hognaston and William de Derby, chaplain. Dated on St Chad's day, 17 Edw I [2 Mar]

 

1289

D258/40/23/13

Power of attorney by William Benet, vicar of St Michael, Derby and Thomas Haye of Derby to William Scortred [Shortreed] , to deliver seisin to Henry Scortred [Shortreed], rector of Kirk Ireton, Adam Wetton, vicar of Ashbourne and Thomas Wyche, chaplain, of lands at Kirk Ireton

Dated at Kirk Ireton, 6 Nov, 23 Hen VI

 

1444

D258/28/12/1-3

Deeds relating to property in Carsington (Smith - Watson - Flint - Armerick alias Almond and Gratton - Gell)

 

1769-1828

D258/38/6/18

Letter to Madam Gell - Prussia to take action against Poland if demands are not acceded to - the Ostend East India Co sending soldiers to India - Austria and Spain offer Holland full trade with the South Seas if they remain neutral, 18 Jan 1725/6

 

1726

D258/41/8

Probated will of William Chaworth of Williamthorpe leaving money and jewellery to brothers, sisters (inc Mrs Eyre), cousins and servants, and property to brother, dated 16 Mar 25 Eliz I [1583] and proved in Prerogative Court of Canterbury 25 May

 

1583

D258/28/46

Case paper in John Gell against White and Stevenson over 3 parts of dish of ore at Bakewell

 

c. 1630

D258/26/13/5

Final concord between Thomas Gell and Roland Ferne plaintiffs, and Robert Tunsted defendant, of 5 messuages, 4 gardens, 50 acres of land, 20 acres of meadow and 30 acres of pasture in Tunstead, Wormhill and Greatrake. Consideration £140. Quindene of Easter, 22 Eliz 1 [17 Apr]

 

1580

D258/27/2/22

Grant by Thomas Gell, son of John Gell of Hopton, to Ralph Gell, his eldest brother, of all the lands etc at Ible, Brassington and Hognaston, which he had of the gift of John Gell, their father. Witnesses; Ralph Stone of Carsington, Ralph Saucheverell [Sacheverell]and John Blackwall of Wirksworth

Dated at Ible, 24 Dec, 7 Edw IV

 

1467

D258/28/9/7

Feoffment by Samuel Lowe to Philip Gell, in consideration of £10, of a dwelling house etc [as D258/28/9/6 above]

 

1773

D258/33/2/22

Letter - Leonard Joyner at Ashbourne to John Gell - there is a rent of 2s 2½d p.a. due to the King from Hognaston, unpaid for 4 years, from the lands that John Gell holds - please send it with writer's fees otherwise he must come to John Gell

12 Sep

 

1630

D258/28/26/1-2

Lease by governors (inc Gell) of the free school and almshouses founded by Anthony Gell in Wirksworth of property in Carsington for 21 years 30 May

 

1670

D258/28/1/74

Feoffment by William Knyveton of Mercaston, esq, and William Titterton of Narrowdale (Staffordshire), yeoman, to William Ashmore of Carsington, husbandman of a messuage and farm with appurtenant lands in Carsington (except Heighe Close, Over Syde Haugh and Nether Side Haugh and a piece of land 5 yds wide, butting upon Soolebrucke), with all manner of charters and writings etc. 2 Nov, 34 Eliz I

 

1592

D258/17/30/44

Thomas Gray at Wingfield to Thomas Gell at Hopton - asks Gell not to take his colt at the price which he sent word of, but to have it delivered by the bearer - if he decides to part with it, Gell shall have preference. 26 Nov n.y

 

[16th cent]

D258/41/14/3-4

Marriage settlement of Philip, son of Sir John Gell, and Elizabeth Fagg, daughter of Sir John Fagg inc lands at Bakewell, Hopton, Kniveton, Ible, Idridgehay, Carsington, Ashleyhay, Hognaston, Ireton Wood, Middleton, Tideswell, Wormhill, Bubnell, Hope, lead ore tithe, smelting mill at Hollands in Wirksworth, 19 Nov

 

1678

D258/38/6/32

Letter to Madam Gell - Spanish treasure fleet arrived safely - siege of Gibraltar proceeds slowly - several regiments readied to embark for Flanders, 25 Mar

 

1727

D258/28/3/1

Bargain and sale by Anthony Eaton the younger of Hopton, yeoman, to John Gell of Hopton, esq, in consideration of £200, of a close known as Netherfeild Close, a parcel of meadow called Richard Sicke, a parcel of meadow beneath Rye Flatt and a parcel of meadow upon Bent Heyes at Carsington, butting towards Schobrooke

24 Nov, 5 Cha I

 

1629

D258/30/28/1

Order from Robert Mellor to the constable of Kedleston to collect money for the payment of soldiers

14 Dec

 

1646

D258/41/18/3

Will of Philip Gell, as above, but inc property in Suffolk, 17 Feb

 

1839

D258/18/7/4

As D258/18/7/3, Aug-Sep. endorsed receipt of sum for schoolhouse, Dec

 

1665

D258/27/2/23

Release and quitclaim by Margery, daughter of Thomas de Holond [Hulland], to Roger de Haigh, of all her right etc to 2 messuages and 2 bovates, late of Nicholas, son of William le Chapman of Ible

Dated at Ible, Sunday before St Thomas, 44 Edw III [15 Dec]

 

1370

D258/30/15/3

Letter - Elizabeth Norton to Thomas Gell at Wallingford House - returns 40s which he lent to her

18 Aug

 

1654

D258/28/33

Manorial court decision about Robert Stone's easement into Carsington Field through Thomas Buxton's close for carriage of hay and manure but not cattle driving

 

17th cent

D258/18/19/1

John Gell v Raphe James and others in Chancery, call for witnesses. 22 Oct

 

1627

D258/41/22/9

Plans of railway from Steeple House to Hopton Inclined Plane with details of occupation of property along part of route, 54 × 43 cms, no scale [paper]

 

c.1825

D258/31/2/32

Feoffment by Sir Phillip Gell to Daniel Wood of Wirksworth, gent, of a close called Stadfoulds (tenant Adam Ragg) and a parcel of land in the Holme (tenant Job Spencer) at Wirksworth - chief rent 1s a year 14 Jul, with memorandum

 

1718

D258/40/23/29

Quitclaim by Richard Verney of Walleston and Margaret his wife, to John Fern of Workysworth, of all their claim to half a messuage and half a bovate of land in Kirk Ireton

13 Jan 12 Hen VIII (1521)

 

1521

D258/38/6/9

Letter to Madam Gell - the Prince's birthday was observed yesterday - Lady Ashburnham has had a son - Exports and imports extraordinary at present and the Customs bring in £50,000 a week - orders have been sent for a Parliament in Ireland, 31 Oct

 

1724

D258/32/18/6

Order by the Council to Sir Francis Coke, Sir John Fitzherbert and John Gell to examine Francis Eyre, late constable of Middlecale, who is alleged to have collected more ship money than he should have and who has petitioned that he collected only what was assessed, 3 Dec

 

1637

D258/30/50/21

Examination in a legal case

 

[16th cent]

D258/16/3

List of deeds re. Wirksworth, Hen. VIII - Eliz I

 

17th cent

D258/26/7/10

Grant by Henry, son of Mathew de Kniveton, to Henry, son of Henry de Hopton, of his meadow at Hognaston with the third part of the same which Elizabet, his stepmother, holds, subject to a rent of 5s a year. Witnesses: Roger Coquain [Cokayn], Roger de Bradbourne, Henry son of Thomas de Hopton, Laurence le Porter, Richard Spornecorteys and Thomas the clerk

Dated at Ashbourne Saturday after St Oswald, 16 Edw 1 [7 Aug]

 

1288

D258/16/12/1

Copy writ to the sheriff of Derbyshire for the election of Knights of the Shire for the county to attend a Parliament to be held at York. 13 Apr, 26 Edw I [1298]

And copy endorsement of election of Henry Brailsford and Henry Fitzherbert

 

17th cent copy

D258/26/2/13

Lease by the convent of Rocester to John le Eyr [Eyre]of Hognaston and Joan his wife, of all the land which they have in Hognaston of the grant of Roger de Hopton, for 40 years at 5½ marks a year. Witnesses: Richard de Bradbourne, William de Hopton, Henry le Eyre of Hognaston, William de Marche and William the clerk

Dated at Hognaston, at the Annunciation [25 Mar], 11 Edw III

 

1338

D258/28/1/29

Gift by Walter de Gedling to William de Hopton senior of a messuage and ½ acre land in Carsington, the messuage being between the messuages of Adam Destrel and Richard de Cromford, 1 rood land in Calveremedwe, ½ rood upon Cleyforlong and ½ rood upon Walleforlong. Witnesses; Henry de Hopton, Henry de Alsop, Robert Spornecorteys, Robert del Dene, Richard de la Pole, clerk etc. Dated at Carsington, Sunday before the Invention of the Cross, 8 Edw II [22 Apr]

 

1315

D258/31/1/21-23

Copy agreement and deeds re above exchange as in D258/31/1/20

 

1717-1718

D258/38/6/27

Letter to Madam Gell - Sir John Jenning's ships windbound at Spithead - the Pope has congratulated the French King upon taking the government into his own hands - 5 Dutch ships taken by the Algerians, 12 Jul

 

1726

D258/31/2/10

Feoffment by Sir Phillip Gell to John Holloby of Wirksworth, husbandman, of a house in St John's Street at Wirksworth with barn, stable and garden, now in Holloby's possession - chief rent 2d a year

26 Mar

 

1712

D258/45/34/23/4

Broom Hall collection

 

1789

D258/30/28/9

Deposition by Lt William Thomas of the great wrong done to Capt Humphry Mathews by Capt Aldridge, at the procurement of Sir John Hotham, being carried prisoner to Hull and thence to London

 

1657

D258/26/2/11

Grant by the Abbot of Rocester to Richard Horme and Elen his wife, of all his lands in Hognaston which were formerly the property of Roger de Hopton, for their lives, subject to a rent of 16s a year

Witnesses: John de Hognaston, John de Kniveton and Nicholas de Roston. Dated at Rocester, Thursday before St John the Baptist, 47 Edw III [22 Jun]

 

1374

D258/30/51/23

Survey of Fairfield

(Name, number of acres and [?rent] paid)

 

c1585

D258/7/5/12

Survey of lands at Hopton giving full name and area

 

19th cent

D258/17/32/42

John Gell to Philip Gell - Bloxam has been an exceeding good friend in stirring up interest, and is desirous of getting a good pointer for a particular friend. 21 May

 

1789

D258/13/64

Release and quitclaim by Francis Gell to Sir Philip Gell of all his right and claim etc to the lands of Sir John Gell, dec'd 20 Jun

 

1692

D258/28/4/3

Exchange between John Gell of Hopton, esq, and Richard Buxton of Carsington, yeoman - Buxton to have a close at Carsington called Calver Meadowe - Gell to have 6½ lands in the Gosbutts. 9 Jun

 

1654

D258/3/9/1

Surrender in Wirksworth manor court by John Smith senior of Wirksworth, by William Stone his attorney, of a close below Yelcliff [Yokecliff] to the use of Thomas Storer. Fine 20d. Tuesday after the Purification, 18 Edw. IV [9 Feb]

 

1478/9

D258/57/18/21

Memorandum of terms of purchase of Bradbourne farm

 

1866

D258/14/2/1

List of subscribers to support a Sunday School at Bradbourne with Josiah Burton as teacher at £5 yearly, with some details given

[N.B. written on the back of a MS. map of Africa.]

 

1820

D258/7/4/1

Account of Thomas Gell for the honour of Tutbury

 

1634-5

D258/28/1/75

Exemplification of final concord between William Tidderton plantiff and William Knyveton and Matilda his wife. [as D258/28/1/71 above]

26 May, 34 Eliz I

 

1592

D258/28/7/10

Lease by Baptist Trott and others, governors of Wirksworth Grammar School to Samuel Hutchinson of Carsington, gent, and Mary his wife, of a messuage and lands etc at Carsington, for 21 years at £5 15s a year 1 Apr

 

1727

D258/34/72

Note from Nathaniel Barton at Derby to Sir John Gell at Hopton - order to provide Gell's soldiers with back and breast plates and helmets

22 Apr

 

1651

D258/38/6/24

Letter to Madam Gell - The King arrived at St James on Sunday, 11 Jan 1725/6

 

1726

D258/3/10/7-8

Writ with translation to Robert, George and Nicholas Bagshawe ordering them to pay £30 costs and charges to John Gell, pursuant to an order of the barons of the Exchequer 12 Feb, 20 Cha II

 

1667/8

D258/7/5/1

Charge to the Grand Jury at Quarter Sessions - address to jury outlining their duties and responsibilities - list of crimes and their punishments

 

c1624

D258/28/8/6

Final concord between Sir Philip Gell and James Wigley, plaintiffs, and Thomas Bayley and Ann his wife, Edmund Spencer, Thomas Spencer and William Harding, defendants, of 8 acres arable, 2 acres meadow, 3 acres pasture and common of pasture in Carsington and Matlock. Consideration £60. Quindene of Trinity, 2 Wm and Mary

 

1690

D258/3/8/27

Power of attorney by Henry Stephynson, gentleman of the Chapel Royal, to William Glossopp of Wyrkysworth, yeoman, to deliver seisin of 2 tenements in Wirksworth to John Ferne. 26 Jul, 13 Hen. VIII

 

1521

D258/3/8/26

Lease by William Wynfeld [Wingfield]of Wirksworth, yeoman, to Thomas Topples [Topliss] of Fenny Bentley and John Topples[Topliss] his brother, of a place and 3 acres of land at Wyiksworth, for 15 years at a rent of a red rose at St John the Baptist [24 June] Christmas, 20 Edw. IV

 

1480

D258/28/9/4-5

Mortgage in fee by Ralph Gell to Andrew Wilkinson, for £160, of the dwelling house at Carsington wherein Gell now lives, with a parcel of land on the backside, a close on the east side of the wash known as the Crofts (1 acre), a beastgate upon Carson Hill and a pingle next to Cross Lane. 26/27 Mar

 

1744

D258/16/6

Copy lease by Sir John de Holonde, the knight to Nicolas Spenser of Middleton by Wirksworth, husbandman, of 26 acres of land at Middleton, with 2 small gardens in the town, for 80 years at 11s ½d a year, 1347

 

16th cent copy

D258/36/14/1

Notes of grants of land at Hognaston to Ralf Gell, previously held by the Abbot of Rocester (c1540-1546)

 

17th cent

D258/5/2/1

Annual supplement to the Tithe Commutation Tables, by C M Willich. Printed

 

1840

D258/3/11/8

Declaration of trust that the sum of £2000 secured to Charles Sanderson and others on the estates of Sir Philip Gell, Bart, under the trusts of his will was the proper monies of William Jessop 14 Aug

 

1721

D258/28/30/1-2

Deeds etc relating to property in Carsington (Gell - Gell)

 

1631-1634

D258/10/9/11-12

Constables' presentments of landowners in Dethick, Tansley, Lea and Eaton and Alsop with valuation of their estates for [?militia assessment]

 

1715

D258/26/10/1

Abstract of title to a cottage and backside at Kirk Ireton, purchased by John Storer of Peter Milnes and Robert Bourne, and other lands

 

1658-1702

D258/5/2/3

Catalogue of pictures to be sold by auction at the Royal Hotel, Derby. Printed

 

1840

D258/3/10/1

Receipt by Richard Greaves on behalf of his uncle the vicar of Tideswell, for £3 from Mr Curzon for Augmentations due. 8 Aug

 

1606

D258/27/2/2

Grant by John de Stones and John Attowalle to Henry de Ballidon of Carsington, of all the land etc which they had of the gift of Roger de Halgh, at Ible

Witnesses: William Porter of Wirksworth, William Wyther of Middleton, John Bragg of Middleton, Robert Gyle of Hopton, William Priest of Ible

Dated at Ible, St Agatha, 10 Ric II

[5 Feb]

 

1386/7

D258/27/1/11

Grant by Ralph, son of Ralph de Ible to the abbey of Stanley Park, of 1lb cummin a year

Witnesses: Henry Oweyn, Roger de Wardenton, Richard de Callow, Roger Spurnecurteys, Richard Chapman, Everard de Stanley, Henry del Gryf

Dated Monday after St Lucy [17 Dec]

[No no.]

 

1283

D258/39/29/13

Notes on leases, rent (1475-1577) probably 16th cent and notes on female servants' wages ?17th cent

 

[16th-17th cent]

D258/17/10/3

Oakerthorpe and Ashbourne (Nottingham Turnpike 2nd District). (printed)

 

1827-1828

D258/30/46

Lease by Anthony Gell of Hopton, esq, to Rycharde Wodde of Kirk Ireton, of a messuage and lands

December, 18 Eliz I

 

1576

D258/13/58

Admission (reciting D258/13/57 and reciting the last will of German Buxton) of Henry Buxton of Bradbourne, Richard Buxton and Henry Buxton to Gibriddinge 15 Nov

 

1654

D258/26/4/6

Lease by Agnes Ferne of Wirksworth, widow, to Henrye Blackwall of Ireton als. Kirke Ireton, husbandman, of a messuage etc two crofts and ½ oxgang in Ireton, for 21 years at 23s 4d a year 28 Jul, 15 Eliz I

 

1573

D258/3/9/4

Power of attorney by Thomas Storer of Wirksworth, yeoman, to Thomas Wigley, to surrender a close below Yolclyf [Yokecliff]to the use of John Gell. 6 Jul, 3 Hen. VIII

 

1511

D258/3/10/3

Exemplification of verdict in the case John Gell v. Robert Bagshawe, a minor in the King's wardship, re tithes. 23 Jan, 16 Cha II

 

1664/5

D258/26/9/5

Receipt by Sir Edmunde Peckham, treasurer of the sales of the King's lands, to Ralf Gell, for the purchase money for the manor of Waxworthe, viz £289 6s 8d

28 Jan, 7 Edw VI

 

1553

D258/32/2/1

Rental of Lichfield Dean and Chapter lands within the fee of Bakewell

 

1415

D258/38/6/46

Letter to Madam Gell - congress of peace at Soissons starting on 1 June, 14 Mar 1727/8

 

1728

D258/7/5/2

`The Mischief That falls on the Freeholders of England, By the Absolute Prohibition of Exporting Wooll, With Reasons for a Limited Exportation of it. Printed

 

post 1760

D258/28/39

Receipt for legacy left to Mary Eire by her uncle Sir George Chaworth now paid on her marriage to Thomas Flower, 26 May

 

1598

D258/30/9

Petition of Sir John Gell to Parliament for release and pardon. [1 printed petition and 8 manuscript copies]

 

1651

D258/28/20

Memorandum from Court of Committee that lands and sheepwalks in Carsington and Brassington sold to Henry Gigson

 

1629

D258/7/5/4

`The Great Inequality of Charging Public Assessments by Taxes upon Land' - including assessment of how some benefited from `the late Rebellion'. Printed

 

Post 1660

D258/33/12

`A Merry Epigram on the heat of the Bath' [Latin and English]

 

17th cent

D258/13/66-67

Mortgage by Francis Gell of London to Edward Gerrard of Clement's Inn for £1000 of an annuity of £100, with bond 30 Jun

 

1694

D258/27/2/30

Grant by Ralph de Snitterton to Roger Chapman of Ible of ½ acre meadow in Ible Meadow, between the meadow of John del Howe and William Preest. Witnesses; John Batewall, William Preest, John del Howe

Dated at Ible, Sunday, the Close of Easter, 40 Edw III [12 Apr]

 

1366

D258/28/8/2-5

Feoffment by Thomas Bayley of Carsington, yeoman, and Anne his wife, to Sir Philip Gell, in consideration of £34 10s, of a close at Carsington called Narr or Nearer Meadow Furlonge (1½ acre), (with bargain and sale, receipt, and bond) 10 Apr

 

1690

D258/30/29

Letter - Earl of Essex at Portsmouth (Hampshire) to Sir John Gell, Governor of Derby - the bearer, Mr Thacker, has been released on parole by the royalists, on condition that he obtain the release of Capt Benjamin Baker in return - please release Capt Baker

5 Oct

 

1644

D258/3/8/6

Copy extract of lease by the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield to Ralf Gell, of their lordship of Bakewell, Hope and Tideswell and their lands etc. of Bakewell, Hope, Tideswell, Holmesfield, Ashford, Birchills, Monyash, Over Haddon and Chapel en le Frith. 1 Jul 1549

 

17th cent copy

D258/27/2/28

Grant by John Hebeley of lboul to Richard Forest, clerk, and John atte Walle, of all his goods and chattels. Witnesses; Roger de Halgh, William Preest, John Stones

Dated at lboul, Wednesday before St Valentine, 50 Edw III [13 Feb]

 

1375/6

D258/24/9/17

Land Tax, May; Middleton and Smerrill

 

1705

D258/27/4/8

Release and quitclaim by William son of Robert, merchant of Derby, to Roger Spurnecorteys of Carsington, all his right etc to William son of Ralph of Ible etc [as D258/27/4/4 above]. Witnesses; William Godman, vicar of Wirksworth, Richard de Callow, Henry de Cromford, Henry son of Thomas de Hopton, Henry, deacon of Wirksworth

 

[c1300]

D258/40/23/5

Gift by Thomas Orme rector of Ireton and William de Wythilles, chaplain, to William de Cubley of Ireton and Cecily his wife, of all the lands which they had of the gift of the said William, in Ireton

Witnesses: John Bagger of Ireton, John Rappok, John Parker, John Grym, John Smith etc

Dated at Ireton, Sunday after St James, 18 Ric II [26 Jul 1394]

 

1394

D258/7/8/4

Depositions re will of Robert Dakin of Bailey Flat, Farfield

 

17th cent

D258/13/22

Gift by Thomas Spenser of Middleton to William Spenser, son of John Spenser of Cromford and Margery his wife, of all his lands and tenements in Middleton. Dated at Middleton 10 Aug, 22 Hen VII

 

1507

D258/26/19/5

Grant by John del Hay senior, to his son Nicholas del Hay, of a building plot and 6a. land at le Hay at Wirksworth, which he had of the gift of Peter Fraunceys. Witnesses: William le Porter of Wirksworth, Nicholas his son, William del Weld, Ralph le Blount, Robert Watson of Ashleyhay and John de Hopton

Dated at Wirksworth, Monday after feast of Conversion of St Paul [1 Feb] 1 Ric 11

 

1378

D258/13/35

Grant by Henry son of John de Bonsall of Middleton to William de Bradbury of Wirksworth of ½ land which was formerly John his father's in the fields of Middleton

Witnesses: John le Porter of Callow, Roger del Hay of Wirksworth, Robert Bythebrook of Wirksworth, Alan de Middleton, Robert son of Cecily

 

c.1315

D258/26/11/6

Release and quitclaim by Roland Tomlenson of Beaureper [Belper], tanner, and Christiana, his wife, to Agnes Ferne of Wirksworth, of all claims, debts, actions etc

25 May, 10 Eliz I

 

1568

D258/32/43/2

Letter - James Alsop to William Fitzherbert [copy] - Mr Lisett came to him from Mr Gell and he showed him all the accounts - the first account Mr Trott made for himself was in 1716 and the balance due in Sir Philip Gell's hands for 1715 was £215+ - in 1719 there remained, but £70 4s 7d, the rest having been paid by Trott, 7 May

 

1737

D258/32/7/11

Note by Sir Philip Gell that the Wayne Way will take 3 acres 2 roods 16 perches of his land

 

1700

D258/57/29/4

Poems (notebook)

 

19th cent

D258/33/22/15

Bastardy examination

 

1692/3

D258/28/21

Deed to lead to uses of fine relating to property in Hopton and Carsington

(Gell and others - Gell)

 

1629

D258/29/5

Justice's notebook relating to cases dealt with informally out of sessions in the Wirksworth area. Including the grant of warrants and committals in criminal cases and poor law and settlement. In 2 hands and the later entries are fuller

 

1765-1777; 1778-1782

D258/37/2/3

Lease by Wyllyam Glossop of the Graunge Felde [Grangefelds] to Thomas Whalley of Whitweke [Whitwick, Leicestershire] to Rauffe Gell of barn and close called Halle Close at Wirksworth, for 14 years at 20s annual rent

Annunciation, 29 Hen VIII [25 Mar]

 

1538

D258/45/13/5

William Jessoppe - Richard Woodroofe

Lands etc at Crocksmore, Sheffield

 

1627

D258/45/5/1-5

"Miscellaneous drafts" of legal documents in connection with Act of 1817 (See D258/45/1/1 above)

 

1827-1833

D258/28/1/43

Gift by Matilda, widow of Adam Desterell of Carsington to William son of Henry de Hopton of 1 messuage and the buildings thereon with all her lands etc in Carsington. Witnesses; Robert de Middleton, William de Carsington, Henry de Alsop, Simon de Hopton, Nicholas le Wight of Hopton etc

 

[c1300]

D258/41/6/1-6

Power of attorney granted for surrendering copyhold properties in Hope from Hadfield to Bocking (6/1), Robert to Joseph Eyre (6/2), Joseph Eyre to Shimeld (6/3), Robert Eyre to Thomas Eyre (6/4), John Bacon to Joseph Eyre (6/5)

 

1711-1712

D258/26/18

Bond in £100 by Thomas Wynfeld of le Hill by Wirksworth, yeoman, to Ralph Gell of Hopton, gent. 6 Apr, 5 Edw VI

 

1551

D258/28/1/61

Quitclaim by John Bolde and Richard Gratton to Henry Rappoke, clerk, of all their claim etc to the land which they had of the gift of the said Henry

26 Jan, 14 Edw IV

 

1474

D258/30/23

"England in its Condition briefly and most lively Characterized by way of Essay ......" by John Benson (printed)

 

1648

D258/26/7/1

Grant by John, son of Adam de Hognaston to Ralph Serviente that William de Hamton in Atlow may hold 1 acre arable at Hognaston, upon Wynenden in the field called Flitendolis, quietly and freely, at a peppercorn rent. Witnesses: Henry, son of Thomas de Hopton, Richard called Spurnecurteys, Walter de Underwood, Reginald de Mole, William de More in Hognaston and William de Litchurch

 

[14th cent]

D258/9/11/10

Bond in £100 by William Fisher of the Inner Temple, gent, with Edward Fisher and Thomas Banand of the Inner Temple, [as D258/9/11/5 above]. 21 Dec

 

1633

D258/16/31

Copy proceedings in Parliament re the petition of Edmund Rood, son and heir of Thomas, Lord Rood. 1 Hen VII

 

1485

D258/26/7/7

Grant by Richard of Spornecorteyse of Hognaston to Henry, son of Henry de Hopton, of all his meadow in Littelmedwe at Hognaston. Witnesses: Henry de Brailsford, knight, Henry son of Thomas de Hopton, Robert Sporncorteyse, Robert de Alsop, Walter de Underwood, Henry de Ballidon and Richard de Darley, clerk. Dated at Hognaston, Sunday after St Gregory [16 Mar] 1292/93

 

1293

D258/38/6/60

Letter to Madam Gell - the Admiralty have ordered 4 fourth and one fifth-rate ships to be put into commission, 13 Jul

 

1728

D258/57/25-27

Correspondence

 

 

D258/59/3/3

Engagement diaries possibly of H A Chandos-Pole-Gell

 

1901

D258/1/15/1

Hognaston enclosure award, including plan 29 September 1774

 

1774

D258/17/32/118

V Bentinck in London to Philip Gell - is offering himself as a candidate for Nottinghamshire on the present vacancy - requests Gell's vote and interest. 20 Dec

 

1774

D258/17/32/93

W B Thomas at Chesterfield to Philip Gell - at the request of Mr Farey who is now starting on his chapter in livestock in the 3rd volume of his report on Derbyshire, is procuring a statement of the merino flocks in the country - asks for a return of Gell's sheep. 5 Jun

 

1812

D258/18/7/16

Copy of decree relating to entitlement of "the Chantry" to a rent charge etc (13 Dec 1774)

 

18th cent

D258/18/7/38

Bill from executors of P Gell esq to Anthony Poyzer

 

1797

D258/16/15

Court of Arches document re Kniveton

 

1586

D258/24/9/4

Land Tax, May; Elton

 

1705

D258/21/35

Nottingham Canal prospectus (printed)

 

1791

D258/17/32/17

Report of Mr Jessop, Engineer, on a Design for a canal, from Langley Bridge to Cromford, in the County of Derby, from a survey taken in the month of Sept 1787 and Nov 1788

 

1788

D258/45/29/5/1-2

Receipts by John Roo for money received from William Bolles

 

1547-1549

D258/33/1/7

Letter - Lewsye Lowe at Alderwasley to Thomas Gell - Anthoney could not come for it rained and the wind was very high - Mr Ere's man from Edale came with 2 horses yesterday

Monday

 

[16th cent]

D258/45/53-55

Miscellaneous

 

 

D258/60/13/2

Statement of account, Alderwasley Hall (1908-1909) 28 Aug

 

1909

D258/34/68/2

Letter from William Gell at Utrecht [Holland] to his father, Sir John Gell - at Hopton thanks him for the money sent - has had £6 16s from Lieutenant Coke at 3s per week and £5 for clothes

28 Nov

 

1639

D258/39/28/1

Deed of livery from the Court of Wards to Anthony Gell for the estates of Ralph Gell his father with valour of the estates, 13 Feb 7 Eliz

 

1565

D258/40/15

The answers of John Buxton, one of the defendants to the information of Sir George Treby, Attorney General, at the relation of Thomas Goodread, vicar of Ashbourne, and William Hand of Ashbourne clerk, re the Ashbourne lectureship

 

1658

D258/28/1/66-67

Final concords between Denis de Rowsley plaintiff and John Putrell of Mapperley and Joan his wife, defendants, of 3 messuages, 3 bovates, 6 acres arable, 4 acres meadow, and 20d rent in Carsington. Consideration 20m

Dated within one month of Easter

2 Hen IV? [6 May]

File includes both parts of the indenture

1401?

D258/8/20

Letter - Beniamin Albyn to Sir John Gell - has received a letter from Gell's son in Tripoli, giving news of the great hardships of his captivity - Sir John Norborough has gone to Tripoli to make peace so hopes he will be free soon. 22 Feb

 

1675/6

D258/45/13/4

William Jessoppe - Richard Woodroofe

Land in Elcliffe including Brigfield and Stoney Lees

 

1627

D258/39/19/2

Depositions by John Wigley of Wirksworth interrogated ex parte Anthony Gell re 39/19/1 above, 19 Oct 6 Eliz

 

1564

D258/27/7

A rental of the king's lands and tenants in Over Haddon at the feast of the Examination of our Blessed Lady and St Michael

 

[16th-17th cent]

D258/41/25

Plan of Hopton, by William Chrishop, Mansfield, Size 25 × 20 inches. Scale 1 inch: 6 chains, [damaged by damp, repaired on linen but some information lost.]

Copies Information

Microfilm M 721

For the accomapnying schedule, see D258/11/13

1804

D258/28/2/12

Crown lease by Philip and Mary to Arthur Shakerley and Margaret his wife - reciting lease by Henry VIII to Arthur and Margaret (widow of William Rollesley) of all the messuages, lands etc known as the Wyndelandes in the High Peak, for 21 years at £20 7s 10d a year of old farm and 5s 6d a year increment, which lease is cancelled - of the said Wyndelandes for 21 years at the same rent

20 May, 1 and 2 Philip and Mary

 

1555

D258/39/5

Speech of Sir Walter Raleigh at his execution and the manner of his execution. MS copy

 

1618

D258/24/46

Manuscript poem - "New Instructions to a Painter" (political)

 

1667

D258/18/26

Account of land at Bakewell, purchased by Ralph Gell

 

1562

D258/48/2/2

Lady Day 1799

 

1799

D258/17/32/73

Quarter Sessions return of the expense of the conveyance of prisoners under sentence of transportation to the convict depots and of the cost of criminal prosecutions

 

1835

D258/18/7/32

Account for John Gell of sums paid and rents received, 1651-1664

 

?c1664

D258/23/11/2

Copy will of William Jessopp of Hognaston

25 Apr

 

1691

D258/18/1/3

Surrender by Robert Eyre of Hope and wife Winifred of a rood of land in Long Meadow, and admission of John Balguy esq

 

1712

D258/7/13/49-7/19/4

Tithes and church property

 

 

D258/10/86/33

Depositions in Froggat v Wheeldon

 

1666

D258/34/17/4

Calculations of Tutbury receipts

 

1641

D258/18/20/6

Brassington for maintenance

 

c.1670

D258/28/51/2

Terrier of lands, perhaps in Carsington

 

[16th cent]

D258/35/17/1-2

Notes on the taxation and poor rates of Griffe Grange

 

1702

D258/7/13/26

Receipt for £1 5s 6 ½d from Charles Savory

 

1687

D258/15/1/1

Bound guarded volumes of Acts of Parliament. Printed

 

1648-1654

D258/7/6/30/1

Eyam

 

1635

D258/23/14/15

Fragment of calculations

 

17th cent

D258/59/23

Minutes of Derbyshire County Council, 11 Apr

 

1917

D258/26/3/14

See above D258/26/3/11

 

undated

D258/17/31/37

Nathaniel Curzon at Kedleston to Sir Philip Gell - has perused the draft and the recitals are right - thinks the other part will be sufficient to extinguish Mr Bagshaw's right and interest. 7 Sep

 

1708

D258/17/32/97

J Hutton at Marske [Yorkshire] to Philip Gell at Boroughbridge - is agreeable to any agreement Gell made re the mines at Middleton Tyas and thinks the land there should be looked over and valued by a proper person as it has been at an old rental so long. 26 Sep

 

1773

D258/17/32/116

John Cruso at Leek [Staffordshire] to Philip Gell in London - the rent day at Hopton is Monday next - expects to speak to the person re leadworks tomorrow or Saturday - thinks fresh notices should be put up each end of the footway. 30 Apr

 

1812

D258/18/7/12

Notes on election of governors of Wirksworth School (1593-1604)

 

17th cent

D258/17/32/28

John Gell to Philip Gell - can prove that they do not hurt Derby in water and are ready to meet Derby's allegations about their trade - Mr Hodgkinson does not see any advantage to his estate but is favourable to them and will speak to members to keep themselves open to the merits - the House is again adjourned to Thursday - will write again to the Duke of Devonshire - the King is better. 3 Mar

 

1789

D258/17/31/25

Earl of Devonshire at Ampthill [Bedfordshire] to Thomas Gell at Derby - asks Gell to suspend the demand for fee farm rents from Shottle as his servant may not be in the county before the expiry of the warrant. 5 Apr

 

1648

D258/17/32/9

Richard Ireene, Captain 2nd battalion, 23rd Regiment, at Berry Head (Devon) to Philip Gell - unsuited for foreign service because of severe wound - asks Gell to intercede with his Royal Highness the C in C to get him removed from the 23rd Regt. to a comfortable staff situation of which he has an early prospect if he can get a company of veterans. 16 Nov

 

1813

D258/17/32/56

George Cavendish at Welbeck [Nottinghamshire] to Philip Gell - is sorry to hear of the unfortunate state of things in Derby (re election) and does not know how to remedy matters - cannot take any step in a matter of this consequence without consulting the Duke of Devonshire

 

?19th cent

D258/17/32/46

Francis Berisford at Cheltenham [Gloucestershire] to Philip Gell - is much better - will settle Gell's business with Lord Brudenell and Lord Morton - the King deserves to be restored to his former situation. 26 Jul

 

1789

D258/17/32/51

Haigh Robson to Philip Gell - glad Gell will inspect his farms in Co Durham next summer - the delay in making remittances is not his fault as he still wants £200 of the Lady Day rents - times for the farmers have not been so bad for a long time - corn which sold for 14s. the bowl 3 or 4 years ago, now sells at 8s. and lean cattle will not sell at any price owing to the prospect of a scarse winter. 17 Nov

 

1778

D258/17/45/44

Card thanking [?Philip] Gell for supporting the Petition of the Catholics of Ireland

 

1812

D258/17/32/64

Letter - Robert Dannah at Windley to Philip Gell - has been twice to find Mr Charlton - last time Charlton's mother promised that he would call on him last Thursday and assured him that Charlton had no intention of continuing the works at Via Gellia - Charlton has not yet called. 13 Apr

 

1812

D258/17/32/60

P Burnell at Winkbourne [Nottinghamshire] to Philip Gell at Barmouth [Merionethshire] - is happy to accommodate Gell with the £4,000, provided Mr Cruso can get it in time to answer Gell's purpose from some of the Shirley purchases - will leave the question of security entirely to Mr Cruso - is very busy with the corn harvest. 30 Aug

 

1813

D258/17/32/49

John Gell to Philip Gell - is at Leicester on his way to London - on Sunday found everyone in an uproar at the conduct of the Erewash Company - Mr Fillingham cannot promise for his concern if the canal went any other way than the Erewash. Feb

 

1789

D258/17/32/123

Thomas Boulby at the Excise Office to Philip Gell - why did Gell not write and secure a place on his list - the general election created so many claims that his number of expectants has been completed some time - has been obliged to reject the applications of 3 particular friends. 19 May

 

1775

D258/17/38

Brief, Gell v Hutchinson and Hayward re stopping up of road in Carsington

 

1686

D258/18/4

Ashbourne Lectureship

 

 

D258/30/19

Draft will of Sir John Gell

18 Aug, 3 Jas II

 

1687

D258/15/1/5

An Act for the Attainder of the Rebels in Ireland. Printed

 

1656

D258/7/6/30/2

Hope

 

1635

D258/59/3/17

Engagement diaries possibly of H A Chandos-Pole-Gell

 

1914

D258/10/33/25

Fragments (in envelope)

 

18th cent

D258/17/45/27-31

Correspondence re case of John, Maria, Mary, and Isabella Gell v Philip Gell in Chancery

 

1778

D258/37/14

Vocabulary of legal terms

 

[16th cent]

D258/17/45/48-51

Correspondence concerning Quarter Sessions including the cases of Samuel Hopkinson and Joseph Southwell Stokes

 

1836

D258/31/13

Pardon of Sir John Gell by Charles II

 

18 Mar 1661

D258/7/6/7

Dethick, Tansley and Lea - May, Aug, Feb, Jun

 

1677-1678

D258/5/1/16

Account of money received for Fairfield tithe

 

1706

D258/36/33

Honour of Tutbury accounts

 

17th cent

D258/45/49/16-24

Papers re sale of the Bradbourne estate

 

1816-1818

D258/32/6/3-4

Assessments for disbanding the army; Elton

 

1680

D258/7/5/25

Pedigree of Stafford of Botham

 

19th cent

D258/2/28/13

Copy baptism, marriage and burial entries

 

N/D

D258/17/45/32

John Goodwin to Philip Gell - Hognaston enclosure

 

1778

D258/18/11/29-81

Verdicts

 

1752-1759, 1761-1801

D258/45/55/57

Rental of Witton and Hamsterley at Pentecost

 

1704-1705

D258/10/24-25

Land Tax Assessments of Wirksworth Hundred

 

1705, 1708

D258/5/1/15

Bill of Simon Goacher to Philip Gell for cloth

 

1787

D258/7/14

`The boke of the tythe': rents 1 May - 2 & 3 Philip and Mary

 

1553-1556

D258/18/12/40-101

Complaints

 

1752-1798

D258/3/8/8

Letter testimonial by Robert Bamford, clerk, and Valentine Overton re the marriage of Thomas Wigley of Middleton by Wirksworth. 6 Sep

 

1608

D258/23/20/34

Letter to Sir Philip Gell from Robert Wilmot re musters, 9 Nov

 

1715

D258/26/19/19

Surrender by Robert Wilshawe of a cottage and garden in the tenure of Thomas Harvy, to the use of John Wilshawe, his son and heir, in tail general. Fine 6d

Dated Tuesday before St Thomas the Apostle, 17 Edw IV [16 Dec]

 

1477

D258/26/19/25

Appointment by Edmund Bradshae of Idersey [Idridgehay] yeoman, of Robert Smythe and Thomas Waslowe as his attorneys to deliver seisin to John Ferne of Wyrkesworthe of 2 closes and a cottage at Idersey and Asheleyhey, viz one call le Ryddying an one called le Hutmanfeld 21 Apr, 10 Hen VIII

 

1519

D258/30/22

Petition of the Roman Catholics to Parliament asking for toleration

 

c1650

D258/23/20/22

Copies of letters written by `PG' at Hopton 24 Jul - 16 Aug 1676, social, re houses, etc

 

17th cent

D258/26/5/6

Grant by John, son of Nicholas de Middleton of Wirksworth to Robert de Duffield, chaplain, of Wirksworth, of all the lands etc which he has in Wirksworth

Witnesses: William Bithebrok of Wirkesworth, Nicholas Bate, Nicholas de Ashbourne, William Arnald, and William Chaloner

Dated at Wirksworth, Wednesday after Epiphany, 15 Edw III [9 Jan]

 

1342

D258/41/34/1

Plan of intended stables for Philip Gell at Hopton, Thomas Gardner architect, Size 22 × 17 inches

 

c.1780

D258/7/1/6

Grant by Joan, widow of Robert le Wine, to William son of Robert Yngram of Notingham [Notts], of all her third share of land at Hunthone [?] left to her for life in will of Robert le Coine, at annual rent of 1 mark [6s 8d]

Witnesses: John de Ybulle clerk, Geoffrey de Ybulle, Henry de Alsop, Henry son of Thomas de Hopton, Walter ad fontem de Essenton, Robert son of [Hamo] de Hopton and Hamo the clerk

Seal in white wax 1"

1247-1260

D258/35/35/6

Wirksworth Hundred land tax assessments; Carsington

 

1719

D258/35/48/1

Particulars of John Spencer's farm at Middleton

 

c1700

D258/24/9/40

Land Tax, May; Hartington Quarter (May)

 

1711

D258/31/4/6-7

Mortgages by James Darcy to William Jessop - recitals as in D258/31/4/4-5 above - for £400, of closes at Witton (Durham) called Back of the Barn and Calfe Close

24 Jan 1700/01

 

1701

D258/41/21/2

`An Act for redeeming or commuting the Annuity payable to the South Sea Company....' [printed]

 

1853

D258/26/10/3

Copy final concord between Francis Burton and John Johnson, plaintiffs, and Peter Milnes junior and Elizabeth his wife, Robert Bourne and Milicent his wife, Thomas Griffis and Anne his wife, and George Griffis and Mary his wife, defendants, of 1 messuage, 20 acres of arable, 10 acre meadow, 20 acres of pasture and Common of pasture in Kirk Ireton. Consideration £160

 

1703

D258/24/32/38

Bill of John Tomlinson for conveying Anthony Alsop from Leicester to Hopton

 

1696

D258/30/2

Copy deed of settlement by John Gell, esq, upon John Gell his son

26 Jan, 11 Cha I

 

1636/7

D258/38/12/8

Elizabeth and Temperance Gell's receipt for £4000 devised by Sir John Gell

 

1693

D258/32/2/5

Compotus Rolls; Bakewell, Hope and Tideswell

 

1622

D258/40/9

Ms copy of the Bakewell enclosure bill

 

18th cent

D258/33/16/4

Notes re repair of [Bakewell] chancel

 

1620

D258/24/6/1-26

Ashbourne Lectureship

 

 

D258/24/13

List of cottages erected and encroached upon the waste of Wirksworth Manor

 

c.1700

D258/30/51/19

Case papers re concealed lands in the Fairfield area

27 Eliz I

 

1585

D258/41/26

John Twigge at Hopton to Philip Gell in London - is proceeding with the alterations at Hopton; details of alterations; with plan of part of the house, 24 Apr

 

1808

D258/18/19/12

Notes re payment of tithe of lead ore including statement by Thomas Noton, Barmaster of Wirksworth Wapentake

 

1626/7

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