Ref No

D2723

Charity Commission

returns and other records from Derbyshire charities

1886-1955

D2723/R

Charity commission records

 

1899-1956

D2723/R/1

Parish charities

 

1899-1956

D2723/R/1/1

Alfreton charities

The charities here are Rowland Morewood's, Adam Parker's, Thomas Hunter's, Mary Radford's, Gisborne's, George Turner's. See also Riddings, Somercotes and Swanwick for separate local charities.

1900-1954

D2723/R/1/1/1-47

Alfreton charity returns

 

1900-1909

D2723/R/1/1/48-98

Alfreton charity returns

 

1910-1922

D2723/R/1/1/99-161

Alfreton charity returns

 

1923-1954

D2723/R/1/2

Allestree charities

The charities here are the church lands and Mundy's, the parish clerk's lands, and the Nursing Association. Some returns for the church lands and Mundy's charity also refer to Quarndon.

1901-1952

D2723/R/1/2/1-45

Allestree charity returns

 

1901-1952

D2723/R/1/3

Alvaston charities

The charities here are Gilbert's estate (various uses), Edward Bush, Mrs E A Pontings, and the Presbyterian chapel endowment.

1899-1954

D2723/R/1/3/1-66

Alvaston charity returns

 

1899-1954

D2723/R/1/4

Ashbourne Band of Mercy charities

This group of charities under the same set of trustees consisted of the following individual charities: Band of Mercy; Harriet Blunt; David and Septimus Bradley; Elizabeth Buxton; Andrew and Mary Corbet; Edward and Uriah Corden; Field Rents; Elizabeth Hartshorne; Isaac Hawkins; Jane James; Long Doles; Roger Owfield; Christopher Pegg; Edward Pegg; Jesse Watts Russell; Edward Shaw and Joan Denton; Nicholas Spalden; George Taylor; Paul Taylor.

1901-1948

D2723/R/1/4/1-54

Ashbourne Band of Mercy charity returns

 

1901-1903

D2723/R/1/4/55-110

Ashbourne Band of Mercy charity returns

 

1904-1906

D2723/R/1/4/111-172

Ashbourne Band of Mercy charity returns

 

1907-1909

D2723/R/1/4/173-245

Ashbourne Band of Mercy charity returns

 

1910-1913

D2723/R/1/4/246-302

Ashbourne Band of Mercy charity returns

 

1914-1916

D2723/R/1/4/303-358

Ashbourne Band of Mercy charity returns

 

1917-1919

D2723/R/1/4/359-434

Ashbourne Band of Mercy charity returns

 

1920-1923

D2723/R/1/4/435-510

Ashbourne Band of Mercy charity returns

 

1924-1927

D2723/R/1/4/511-567

Ashbourne Band of Mercy charity returns

 

1928-1930

D2723/R/1/4/568-646

Ashbourne Band of Mercy charity returns

 

1931-1934

D2723/R/1/4/647-723

Ashbourne Band of Mercy charity returns

 

1935-1938

D2723/R/1/4/724-780

Ashbourne Band of Mercy charity returns

 

1939-1941

D2723/R/1/4/781-856

Ashbourne Band of Mercy charity returns

 

1942-1945

D2723/R/1/4/857-913

Ashbourne Band of Mercy charity returns

 

1946-1948

D2723/R/1/5

Ashbourne charities

The remaining charities here are Porte, Boothby, Gisborne, Bradley, Wright, Ashbourne trust, Ashbourne lectureship, Victoria Memorial cottage hospital and Ashbourne charities.

1899-1948

D2723/R/1/5/1-51

Ashbourne charity returns

 

1899-1917

D2723/R/1/5/52-99

Ashbourne charity returns

 

1918-1948

D2723/R/1/6

Ashford in the Water charities

The charities here are Wright, William Harris, Johnson, Haworth, Gisborne, Maria Roberts, Goodwin, Brushfield, Walter Pursglove (various), Roose or Goodwin. The Gisborne charity returns also include Sheldon.

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/6/1-59

Ashford in the Water charity returns

 

1901-1908

D2723/R/1/6/60-119

Ashford in the Water charity returns

 

1909-1918

D2723/R/1/6/120-187

Ashford in the Water charity returns

 

1919-1929

D2723/R/1/6/188-240

Ashford in the Water charity returns

 

1930-1951

D2723/R/1/7

Ashover charities

The charities here are the Ashover church charities (a combined series of charities), with some separate returns for Watsons and Hutchinsons.

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/7/1-45

Ashover charity returns

1901-1931, 1945-1953

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/8

Aston on Trent charities

The charities here are the Aston on Trent charities, a group comprising the Cooper, Mather and Percival charities.

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/8/1-32

Aston On Trent charity returns

1901-1931, 1945-1951

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/9

Atlow charities

The charity here is the Gisborne charity. Atlow may also be covered by some of the Bradbourne charities.

1902-1950

D2723/R/1/9/1-23

Atlow charity returns

1902-1932, 1945-1950

1902-1950

D2723/R/1/10

Ault Hucknall charities

The charities here are the Derrey's, Devonshire (Earl and Countess), Gisborne and GlapwellMiners Welfare (from 1945)

1900-1951

D2723/R/1/10/1-42

Ault Hucknall charity returns

 

1900-1926

D2723/R/1/10/43-84

Ault Hucknall charity returns

 

1927-1951

D2723/R/1/11

Bakewell charities

The charities here are St John's hospital, parish charities (various), Gisborne Organ land (referring to Over Haddon).

1898-1950

D2723/R/1/11/1-43

Bakewell charity returns

 

1898-1950

D2723/R/1/12

Bamford charities

The charities here are Joan Morton and others(later named parish No.1), the Poor piece (later parish No.2), Joseph Hall Moore and Gisborne's.

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/12/1-35

Bamford charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/13

Barlborough: Hospital charities

(An almshouse founded by the Misses Margaret and Mary Pole) This charity includes the originally separate charities of John Heathcote, Margaret Pole, Mary Pole, and Peter Webster.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/13/1-33

Barlborough Hospital charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/14

Barlborough charities

The remaining charities here are Cooke, Godley, Slater, Webster and Gisborne, the Good Friday and St Thomas' Day doles.

1899-1951

D2723/R/1/14/1-32

Barlborough charity returns

 

1899-1951

D2723/R/1/15

[Great] Barlow charities

The charities here are Bargh, Crawshaw, Gisborne, Mellor, Mower, School and Poor, Stephenson, and Tomlinson.

1899-1913

D2723/R/1/15/1-11

Great Barlow charity returns

 

1899-1913

D2723/R/1/16

Baslow charities

The 'Baslow charities' are Humphrey Chapman's, Pilsley's, Wheston lands, and an unknown donor, and covered Baslow and Bubnell. Other parish charities included in this bundle are Branson's, Gisborne's, William Milnes' and Jabez Riley's.

1901-1952

D2723/R/1/16/1-62

Baslow charity returns

 

1901-1926

D2723/R/1/16/63-82

Baslow charity returns

 

1927-1952

D2723/R/1/17

Beeley charities

The charities here are the parochial charities (Barker, Mary Norman, and Robert Dawson) and Gisborne's.

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/17/1-28

Beeley charity returns

 

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/18

Belper charities

The charities here are Matthew Smith's, the Unitarian chapel trusts, Rev R L Lloyd's, A R Strutt's, Gisborne's, Elizabeth Jane Hanson's, Jodrell's, John Hunter memorial, and the United charities (which included Lockoe's, Smith's and Taylor's).The Lockoe charity also covered Kilburn, Horsley, and Horsley Woodhouse.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/18/1-48

Belper charity returns

 

1901-1910

D2723/R/1/18/49-101

Belper charity returns

 

1911-1931

D2723/R/1/18/102-147

Belper charity returns

 

1932-1954

D2723/R/1/19

Biggin charities

The charities here are Gisborne, Margaret Goodwin, Margaret Sleigh, Robert Bateman, and Mary Pichott Fiddler. See also Hartington for charities covering this area (D2723/R/1/112/1-89)

1901-1955

D2723/R/1/19/1-50

Biggin charity returns

 

1901-1955

D2723/R/1/20

Blackwell charities

The charities are Boot, Ludlam and Rowland's, and Gisborne's.

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/20/1-57

Blackwell charity returns

 

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/21

Bolsover charities

Isabella Smithson's charity

1902-1952

D2723/R/1/21/1-31

Bolsover charity returns

 

1902-1952

D2723/R/1/22

Bolsover: Other charities

The remaining charities here are Pearce's (various), Gisborne's, Bolsover and District Sick Poor Fund, Bolsover and District Nursing Association, Ellen Armstrong's, and a group of combined charities Flint, Tompkins, Johnson, Youle, Wilkson, Leach, Stones, Dowker.

1906-1951

D2723/R/1/22/1-52

Bolsover charity returns

 

1906-1951

D2723/R/1/23

Bonsall charities

The charities here are Needham and others, Robert Clay's, and Gisborne's.

1901-1936

D2723/R/1/23/1-48

Bonsall charity returns

 

1901-1936

D2723/R/1/24

Borrowash

Samuel Alcock'scharity.For earlier charities covering this area, seeOckbrook.

1932-1952

D2723/R/1/24/1-20

Borrowash charity returns

 

1932-1952

D2723/R/1/25

Boulton charities

The charities here are the Boulton tollhouse and poor piece, and charities associated with St Mary's mission church, Sunday school and church hall.

1901-1955

D2723/R/1/25/1-59

Boulton charity returns

 

1901-1955

D2723/R/1/26

Boylestone charities

The charities here are Allsopp's (Thomas senior and junior), Barker's, Chawner's and Gisborne's.

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/26/1-73

Boylestone charity returns

 

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/27

Brackenfield charities

Gisborne's charity only is mentioned. Further information on other charities may be found in the Wessington returns.

1926-1940

D2723/R/1/27/1-6

Brackenfield charity returns

 

1926-1940

D2723/R/1/28

Bradbourne charities

The charities here are Buxton's, Gisborne's and Harvey's. Ballidon is included in these returns.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/28/1-41

Bradbourne charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/29

Bradley charities

The charities here are John Walker's and Gisborne's.

1912-1950

D2723/R/1/29/1-30

Bradley charity returns

 

1912-1950

D2723/R/1/30

Bradwell charities

Samuel Fox's charity, for the poor.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/30/1-27

Bradwell charity returns

 

1901-1927

D2723/R/1/30/28-54

Bradwell charity returns

 

1928-1954

D2723/R/1/31

Bradwell other charities

The remaining charities in Bradwell are Hallam and Middleton's, the Ann Fox Nursing Fund, Ebenezer Bradwell's, and the Unitarian chapel trust.

1901-1955

D2723/R/1/31/1-66

Bradwell charity returns

 

1901-1955

D2723/R/1/32

Brailsford charities

The charities here are Poole and Labounel's, Emiline Fairfax and Joseph Tindale Cookson's, and Thomas Cox's.

1899-1954

D2723/R/1/32/1-46

Brailsford charity returns

 

1899-1925

D2723/R/1/32/47-90

Brailsford charity returns

 

1926-1954

D2723/R/1/33

Brampton charities

The Old Brampton charities, grouped under the title of 'Churchwarden's account', originally comprised Akrode's, Andrew's, Boot's, Calton's, Clarke's, Freebirch, Foljambe's, Gisborne's, Hartley's, The School, Shawe's, Sutton's, Tomlinson's, and Watkinson's.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/33/1-53

Brampton charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/34

Brassington charities

The charities here are George Buxton's, German Buxton's, Mather's, Toplis' and Dale's and Gisborne's.

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/34/1-72

Brassington charity returns

 

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/35

Breadsall charities

The charities here up to 1922 were the Anne Johnson, Rev John Walton, Anthony Walker, John Bailey and William Keen. After 1945, there were the United charities, also Frances Jane Harpur Crewe, and Sir Alfred Searle Haslam (this shared with Morley).

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/35/1-44

Breadsall charity returns

 

1901-1911

D2723/R/1/35/45-107

Breadsall charity returns

1912-1922, 1945-1953

1912-1953

D2723/R/1/36

Breaston charities

The charities here are Charlton and Jerram (the Breaston parochial charities), Abbott's, and the Breaston District Nursing Association.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/36/1-51

Breaston charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/37

Brimington charities

The charities here are the Tissington almshouses, Foljambe's, Jebb's, Charles Shaw's, Gisborne's.

1894-1953

D2723/R/1/37/1-61

Brimington charity returns

 

1894-1953

D2723/R/1/38

Burbage charities

The charities here are the church repair fund and churchyard maintenance fund (both with various small constituent trusts) and the curate's fund.Earlier references are probably included among the Buxton charities.

1921-1950

D2723/R/1/38/1-22

Burbage charity returns

 

1921-1950

D2723/R/1/39

Buxton charities

Devonshire (Royal) Hospital and Buxton Bath charity. Annual reports.

1902-1937

D2723/R/1/39/1-16

Buxton charity returns

 

1902-1918

D2723/R/1/39/17-29

Buxton charity returns

 

1919-1931

D2723/R/1/39/30-35

Buxton charity returns

 

1932-1937

D2723/R/1/40

Buxton other charities

The remaining charities here are the Hartington St Chapel, Broom's (this also includes Burbage), Gisborne's, the Milnthorpe Homes, Miss L M H V Wentworth's (for Holy Trinity church), Brian Bates', Markendale, the Burkhill Trust, and the Buxton and District Nursing Association.

1899-1954

D2723/R/1/40/1-62

Buxton charity returns

 

1899-1925

D2723/R/1/40/63-121

Buxton charity returns

 

1926-1954

D2723/R/1/41

Calow charities

The sole charity here is Edmund Wagstaffe's. There is a gap between 1932 and 1945.

1899-1951

D2723/R/1/41/1-12

Callow charity returns

 

1899-1951

D2723/R/1/42

Calver charities

The charities here are Eyre's (relating to the corn mill) and the Baslow charities, also the Samuel and Elizabeth Wild almshouse trust.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/42/1-33

Calver charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/43

Carsington charities

The sole charity here is Gisborne's.

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/43/1-13

Carsington charity returns

 

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/44

Castleton charities

The charities here are Bennett's, Champion Bray's, Gisborne's, Robert How's and Samuel Needham's.

1901-1952

D2723/R/1/44/1-26

Castleton charity returns

 

1901-1952

D2723/R/1/45

Chaddesden charities

The charities here are Berrysford's and Gilbert's, and the Wilmot almshouses.

1899-1945

D2723/R/1/45/1-47

Chaddesden charity returns

 

1899-1948

D2723/R/1/46

Chapel en le Frith charities

The charities here are the United Charities (Samuel Wood's and John Slack's), Dr R O G Bennett's legacy, Thomas Haworth's (Wesleyan), Gisborne's, Isabella Walls' (Doveholes St Paul's endowment fund), and the parochial charities.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/46/1-57

Chapel en le Frith charity returns

 

1901-1912

D2723/R/1/46/58-111

Chapel en le Frith charity returns

 

1913-1954

D2723/R/1/47

Charlesworth charities

The charities here are Edwin Ogden's, Samuel Arnfield's trust (for St John's church) and Charlesworth Independent chapel.

1929-1954

D2723/R/1/47/1-26

Charlesworth charity returns

 

1929-1954

D2723/R/1/48

Chellaston charities

The charities here are the Alice Sherwin bequest and the Meakin charities (Ann and Mary Meakin).

1907-1953

D2723/R/1/48/1-20

Chellaston charity returns

 

1907-1953

D2723/R/1/49

Chelmorton charities

The charities here are E E Marsden's, Gisborne's, and the United Charities (comprising Ann Bagshawe's, Robert Dale's, Syth Dale's, Adam Lowe's and William Hodgkinson's).

1901-1952

D2723/R/1/49/1-34

Chelmorton charity returns

 

1901-1952

D2723/R/1/50

Chesterfield Municipal charities

A list of the charities in this group is given on the front of the return for 1942 and subsequently.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/50/1-10

Chesterfield charity returns

 

1901-1910

D2723/R/1/50/11-22

Chesterfield charity returns

(missing 1913)

1911-1922

D2723/R/1/50/23-38

Chesterfield charity returns

(missing 1934-1936)

1923-1938

D2723/R/1/50/39-54

Chesterfield charity returns

(missing 1943)

1939-1954

D2723/R/1/51

Chesterfield Mrs Elizabeth Bagshaw

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/51/1-54

Chesterfield Mrs Elizabeth Bagshaw charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/52

Chesterfield charities

The remaining charities here are Church lands (and parish clerk's house), Charles Wragg's, Blanche Eastwood's, the Macdonald Fund, Battison's, Gisborne's, Sarah Hopkinson's, Elizabeth Cartledge's, Chesterfield and North Derbyshire Royal Hospital, Shaw and Eastwood's, Mary Ann Glossop's, Harry Wilde Memorial Homes, and Uncle Billy's Children's Fund.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/52/1-69

Chesterfield charity returns

 

1901-1929

D2723/R/1/52/70-122

Chesterfield charity returns

 

1930-1954

D2723/R/1/53

Chinley, Buxworth and Brownside charities

The charities here are the United Charities, Independent chapel, Mary Trickett's, Samuel Wood's and John Mellor's.

1919-1954

D2723/R/1/53/1-27

Chinley, Buxworth and Brownside charity returns

 

1919-1954

D2723/R/1/54

Church Broughton charities

The charities here are the Church and Poor lands, Woolley's and Jackson's.

1901-1945

D2723/R/1/54/1-45

Church Broughton charity returns

 

1901-1945

D2723/R/1/55

Clay Cross charities

The charities here are the Udall Memorial Fund, Arthur Brierley, and the Victoria Nursing Association. See also North Wingfield for charities covering this area.

1942-1955

D2723/R/1/55/1-10

Clay Cross charity returns

 

1942-1955

D2723/R/1/56

Clifton (and Compton) charities

The charities here are the Corden (coal) and Clifton Bread charities, and Mrs E A Smith's charity.

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/56/1-50

Clifton (and Compton) charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/57

Clowne charities

The charities here are Chantrey, Clayton, Denham, Johnson, Tomkin, Watkinson, and Woodhead's, also Slater's, Gisborne's, Church lands (fabric fund), and the Clowne District Nursing Association.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/57/1-52

Clowne charity returns

 

1901-1925

D2723/R/1/57/53-101

Clowne charity returns

 

1926-1954

D2723/R/1/58

Coal Aston charities

The charities here are Locker's, Kent's and one from an unknown donor.See Dronfield returns for other charities covering this area.

1901-1952

D2723/R/1/58/1-50

Coal Aston charity returns

 

1901-1952

D2723/R/1/59

Codnor and Loscoe charities

The only charity here is Jonathan Tantum's, although a share was apportioned to the Nottingham and Derby Monthly Meeting of the Society of Friends. There are no returns between 1925 and 1945. See also Heanor for charities covering this area.

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/59/1-27

Codnor and Loscoe charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/60

Coton in the Elms charities

The charities here are George Clarke and Thomas Wagstaffe's, and Walton Ways.

1901-1955

D2723/R/1/60/1-47

Coton in the Elms charity returns

 

1901-1955

D2723/R/1/61

Crich charities

The charities here are Wright's, Sheldon pingle, Miss Emma Hurt's, Miss Elizabeth Hurt's, Cooper's, Cornthwaite's, Kirkland's, Gisborne's, Cartlidge's, Bessie Towndrow's, and the Crich and District Nursing Association. Cooper's and Miss Emma Hurt's charity cover Crich and Wessington, while Gisborne's deals with Crich, Wessington and Tansley.

1900-1955

D2723/R/1/61/1-65

Crich charity returns

 

1900-1913

D2723/R/1/61/66-129

Crich charity returns

 

1914-1931

D2723/R/1/61/130-190

Crich charity returns

 

1932-1955

D2723/R/1/62

Cromford charities

The charities here are Richard Arkwright's, the Church trust, Lady Armyne's and J C Arkwright's (these last two also called the Almshouse trust).

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/62/1-59

Cromford charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/63

Cubley charities

The charity here is Bull's charity, which also covered neighbouring Roston.

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/63/1-28

Cubley charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/64

Curbar charities

The charities here are William Elliott's and the Ford trust. There is a gap between 1925 and 1945.

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/64/1-19

Curbar charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/65

Dalbury (Lees) charities

The charities here are German Pole's and George Dickinson's.

1901-1917

D2723/R/1/65/1-4

Dalbury (Lees) charity returns

 

1901-1917

D2723/R/1/66

Darley charities

These returns cover both Darley Dale and South Darley. The charities are Lady M C Whitworth's charities, Gisborne's, Cross Green church repair fund, Thomas Garritt's, J G Holmes's, and the Whitworth Hospital.

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/66/1-61

Darley charity returns

 

1901-1917

D2723/R/1/66/62-122

Darley charity returns

1918-1934, 1945-1951

1918-1951

D2723/R/1/67

Denby charities

The charities here are Gisborne's and Eckersley's.

1900-1946

D2723/R/1/67/1-27

Denby charity returns

1900, 1927,1946

1900-1946

D2723/R/1/68

Derby, All Saints charities Ward's charity

 

1901-1955

D2723/R/1/68/1-25

Derby, All Saints charities Ward's charity returns

 

1901-1925

D2723/R/1/68/26-55

Derby, All Saints charities Ward's charity returns

 

1926-1955

D2723/R/1/69

Derby, All Saints charities Moore's charity

 

1901-1945

D2723/R/1/69/1-25

Derby, All Saints charities Moore's charity returns

1901-1925 (missing 1904-1908)

1901-1925

D2723/R/1/69/26-45

Derby, All Saints charities Moore's charity returns

 

1926-1945

D2723/R/1/70

Derby, All Saints charities

The remaining charities here are the General Charities, the Countess of Shrewsbury's, and Francis Goodwin's.

1907-1955

D2723/R/1/70/1-21

Derby, All Saints charity returns

 

1907-1921

D2723/R/1/70/22-55

Derby, All Saints charity returns

 

1922-1955

D2723/R/1/71

Derby, Christ Church charities

The charities for this parish (formerly a district of St Werburgh's) are the M S Dalby bequest, Miss Emma Smith's, Miss A Witton's, F J Witton, and the Christ Church repair fund.

1899-1950

D2723/R/1/71/1-48

Derby, Christ Church charity returns

1899-1932, 1947-1950

1899-1950

D2723/R/1/72

Derby, St Alkmunds Poor Trust

 

1901-1955

D2723/R/1/72/1-55

Derby, St Alkmunds Poor Trust charity returns

 

1901-1955

D2723/R/1/73

Derby, St Alkmunds charities

The remaining charities here are S Woolley's, Mrs Mary Sutton's, Elizabeth Trafford's legacy, Christopher Naylor's, Rev J Swetman's, Mary Walters's, Aaron Prince's, Countess of Devonshire's, Robert Greaves's, and Sarah Elizabeth Lockes's.

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/73/1-49

Derby, St Alkmunds charity returns

 

1901-1914

D2723/R/1/73/50-88

Derby, St Alkmunds charity returns

1915-1937, 1947-1953

1915-1953

D2723/R/1/74

Derby, St Luke's charities

The two returns here are from the St George's church charity and St Luke's Parochial Church Council.

1949-1950

D2723/R/1/74/1-2

Derby, St Luke's chariy returns

 

1949-1950

D2723/R/1/75

Derby, St Michael's charities

The charities here are William Botham's, Daniel Deane's, the Countess of Devonshire's, Christopher Naylor, and King's Sympathy.

1899-1950

D2723/R/1/75/1-15

Derby, St Michael's charity returns

 

1899-1950

D2723/R/1/76

Derby, St Peter's Robert Liversage's charity

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/76/1-18

Derby, St Peter's Robert Liversage's charity returns

 

1901-1918

D2723/R/1/76/19-35

Derby, St Peter's Robert Liversage's charity returns

 

1919-1935

D2723/R/1/76/36-54

Derby, St Peter's Robert Liversage's charity returns

 

1936-1954

D2723/R/1/77

Derby, St Peter's charities

The remaining charities in this parish were collectively known as the St Peter's minor charities - Jackson's, Milne's, Cundy's, Babington's, Byrom's, Wilcox's, Brough's, Osborne's, Countess of Devonshire's, Stables'.

1901-1947

D2723/R/1/77/1-27

Derby, St Peter's charity returns

 

1901-1947

D2723/R/1/78

Derby, St Peter and Holy Trinity

 

1908-1953

D2723/R/1/78/1-53

Turner's almshouses charity returns

(1901-1907, 1943 missing)

1908-1953

D2723/R/1/79

Derby, St Werburgh's Thomas Houghton's charity

 

1901-1943

D2723/R/1/79/1-43

Derby, St Werburgh's Thomas Houghton's charity returns

 

1901-1943

D2723/R/1/80

Derby, St Werburgh's charities

The remaining charities here were Large's Hospital, Ash's, Bloodworth's, William Botham's, Brough's, Cundy's, Mary Day's, Daniel Dean's, the Countess of Devonshire's, S Woolley's, Samuel Fletcher's, Mission church (trustees of 1-2 Friargate), Gisborne's, and Edward Unwin's.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/80/1-63

Derby, St Werburgh's charity returns

 

1901-1928

D2723/R/1/80/64-127

Derby, St Werburgh's charity returns

 

1929-1949

D2723/R/1/80/128-185

Derby, St Werburgh's charity returns

 

1950-1954

D2723/R/1/81

Derbyshire Royal Infirmary charity

 

1900-1947

D2723/R/1/81/1-15

Derbyshire Royal Infirmary charity returns

1900-1926 (with gaps)

1900-1926

D2723/R/1/81/16-22

Derbyshire Royal Infirmary charity returns

1927-1929, 1936-1938

1927-1938

D2723/R/1/81/23-31

Derbyshire Royal Infirmary charity returns

 

1939-1947

D2723/R/1/82

Derby charities

The other charities covering Derby generally are as follows: the municipal charities; Mrs Anne Sutton's charity and the Hoult memorial houses; the Derbyshire Hospital for Sick Children; J P Doherty's, Wilmot's almshouses; George Linacre's (see also Findern); William Turner Shaw's bequest; Friargate Unitarian chapel; the Prince of Wales' fund, Indian famine fund, Christmas gifts fund, Mayoress of Derby's work for Women fund; Derbyshire Hospital for Women, St Mary on the Bridge chapel; Mary Sutton and Porter's legacy; Joseph Constantine; Kedleston St Methodist church benevolent...

1901-1955

D2723/R/1/82/1-27

Derby charity returns

 

1901-1907

D2723/R/1/82/28-55

Derby charity returns

1908-1914, 1925-1930

1908-1930

D2723/R/1/82/56-100

Derby charity returns

 

1931-1944

D2723/R/1/82/101-144

Derby charity returns

 

1945-1951

D2723/R/1/82/145-170

Derby charity returns

 

1952-1955

D2723/R/1/82/171

The Derby Charities: Scheme for the Consolidation and management of the charities with schedules of assets, income and payments, 31 Dec 1910

 

1910

D2723/R/1/83

Derwent Woodlands charities

The charities here were Joan Morton's, Birley's, Silvester's, Hugh Barber's, Gisborne's John Frost's, John Eyre's. See Bamford for some Gisborne's returns for Derwent.

1901-1947

D2723/R/1/83/1-28

Derwent Woodlands charity returns

 

1901-1947

D2723/R/1/84

Dethick, Lea and Holloway charities

The charities here are Gisborne's, Francis Alleyne's, and the Protestant Dissenting chapel (with endowment for minister). There are also separate returns for Lea (see D2723/R/1/143/1-28)

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/84/1-45

Dethick, Lea and Holloway Charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/85

Doveridge charities

The charities in Doveridge were grouped under the general title 'the Doveridge Charities'. Constituent parts are G Buxton and others, Isaac Dance (ecclesiastical), Glen, John Jeffery, Poor tenements, M A Stevenson, Stubbing, and John Williams.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/85/1-45

Doveridge charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/86

Dronfield charities

The charities here are Andrew Morewood's, Thomas Taylor's, Edmund Stevenson's, John Revill's, Rev Lawrence Banks's, Richard Stevenson's, George Cooper's, James Swift's (or Saddler), Elizabeth Richardson's, Gisborne's, Elizabeth Dale's, Godfrey Godley's (or Lamb Hill Dole), Isaac Tomlinson's, Samuel Shaw's, Dorothy and Richard Hall's, Elizabeth Robinson's.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/86/1-68

Dronfield charity returns

 

1901-1905

D2723/R/1/86/69-1238

Dronfield charity returns

 

1906-1911

D2723/R/1/86/139-189

Dronfield charity returns

 

1912-1922

D2723/R/1/86/190-244

Dronfield charity returns

 

1923-1939

D2723/R/1/86/245-299

Dronfield charity returns

 

1940-1954

D2723/R/1/87

Duffield charities Potterell's almshouses

There are two returns for this charity: repairs, and recipients.

1902-1951

D2723/R/1/87/1-63

Duffield charities Potterell's almshouses charity returns

1902-1930, 1945-1951

1902-1951

D2723/R/1/88

Duffield Old Almshouse fund charity (otherwise known as Bradshaw's charity)

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/88/1-54

Duffield Old Almshouse fund charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/89

Duffield charities

The remaining charities for Duffield are Joseph Webster's, Richard Holden's ,John Tempest, Gisborne's, and Sir E R Jodrell's

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/89/1-55

Duffield charity returns

 

1901-1916

D2723/R/1/89/56-113

Duffield charity returns

 

1917-1931

D2723/R/1/89/114-172

Duffield charity returns

 

1932-1954

D2723/R/1/90

Earl Sterndale charities

A number of the charities involved here also refer to Hartington Middle Quarter. The charities are Fletcher's Lomas's, Roland Heathcote's Gisborne's, William Johnson's and Marsden's legacy.

1899-1948

D2723/R/1/90/1-53

Earl Sterndale charity returns

 

1899-1915

D2723/R/1/90/54-109

Earl Sterndale charity returns

 

1916-1948

D2723/R/1/91

Little Eaton charities

The charities here are Thomas Bate's (various),Richard Parker's, Parby's, Tempest's, and Thomas Davies's (for the United Methodist church).

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/91/1-58

Little Eaton charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/92

Long Eaton charities

The charity here is the 'Long Eaton United Charities'. There is a gap in the returns between 1925 and 1936. Earlier returns refer to Sawley, but see also D2723/R/1/194/1-40

1901-1955

D2723/R/1/92/1-43

Long Eaton charity returns

 

1901-1955

D2723/R/1/93

Eckington charities

The charities here are Bromehead's (general and Ecclesiastical), Gisborne's, Foljambe's, Poynton's, Mrs H Lund's, the Organ endowment, and the Eckington charities (comprising parish lands, Denham, Inman, Griffiths ES and H).

1899-1955

D2723/R/1/93/1-52

Eckington charity returns

 

1899-1918

D2723/R/1/93/53-109

Eckington charity returns

 

1919-1955

D2723/R/1/94

Edale charities

The charities here are Joseph Champion's, Gisborne's, Ashton's, Bowden's, Elizabeth Champion's, Joseph Tym's, Nicholas Green, Ellen How, Robert Pursglove, Thomas Hall, Champion Bray, Thomas Cresswell and the Edale charities.

1886-1954

D2723/R/1/94/1-45

Edale charity returns

 

1900-1919

D2723/R/1/94/46-90

Edale charity returns

 

1920-1954

D2723/R/1/94/91

Charity Commission Schedule for the Charities of Joseph Tym (Poor's Branch); Nicholas Green, Ellen How, Robert Pursglove, Thomas Hall, Champion Bray; and Thomas Cresswell, 22 Jun 1886

 

1886

D2723/R/1/94/92

List of recipients of the Edale Charities, Dec 1919

 

1919

D2723/R/1/95

Edensor charities

The charities here are the Earl and Countess of Devonshire's, Hardy's, Phillips's (including Hackett's, and also referring sometimes to Ault Hucknall), Gisborne's, and the Vickers Wilson memorial.

1899-1948

D2723/R/1/95/1-64

Edensor charity returns

 

1899-1918

D2723/R/1/95/65-129

Edensor charity returns

 

1919-1948

D2723/R/1/96

Edlaston and Wyaston charities

The charities here are George Frost's, HumphreyCalvert's, Paul Kirkland's, Mrs H Alderson's, and the Edlaston and Wyaston United Charities.Some returns also refer to Yeldersley

1901-1948

D2723/R/1/96/1-47

Edlaston and Wyaston charity returns

(gap 1923-1945)

1901-1948

D2723/R/1/97

Egginton charities

The charities here are Francis Bugbury's, William Newton's, John Leigh's, Smedley's and the church lands (also parish lands and poor's land).

1902-1952

D2723/R/1/97/1-57

Egginton charity returns

 

1902-1917

D2723/R/1/97/58-114

Egginton charity returns

 

1918-1952

D2723/R/1/98

Elmton with Cresswell charities

The charities here are Wilk's and Gisborne's.

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/98/1-38

Elmton with Cresswell charity returns

(gap 1931-1945)

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/99

Elton charities

The charities here are Joseph Clayton's, John Hadfield's, Richard Rowse's and Gisborne's.

1900-1922

D2723/R/1/99/1-33

Elton charity returns

 

1900-1922

D2723/R/1/100

Elvaston charities

The charities here were from 1911 onwards known as the Elvaston United Charities. Previously, there were William Piggin's, Jacob Osborne's and Wilcox's.

1898-1955

D2723/R/1/100/1-60

Elvaston charity returns

 

1898-1955

D2723/R/1/101

Etwall charities Sir John Port's hospital

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/101/1-54

Etwall charity returns for Sir John Port's hospital

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/102

Etwall charities

The remaining charities here are John Edward's, Robert Heacock's, John Saxon's John Jenning's, Bateman's, Sacheverell's, Rebecca Beer's, Rev John Chamberlayn's, John Ardron's, and Frances Jane Harpur Crewe's.

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/102/1-62

Etwall charity returns

 

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/103

Eyam charities

The charities here are Rawson's, Thomas and Sarah Gregory's, Gisborne's, church building fund (Wesleyan Reform), Dr Finch, and James U Bowers' trust.

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/103/1-53

Eyam charity returns

 

1901-1923

D2723/R/1/103/54-100

Eyam charity returns

 

1924-1951

D2723/R/1/104

Fairfield charities

The charities here are Longden's, Vernon's and Wentworth's (later known as the Fairfield churchcharities), Gisborne's, the governors of Fairfield perpetual chapelry and Thomas Dakyn's almshouses, and Mrs E Leatherbrow's.

1900-1953

D2723/R/1/104/1-65

Fairfield charity returns

 

1900-1953

D2723/R/1/105

Fenny Bentley charities

The charities here are Gisborne's, Port's, and the Harriet Barnes trust.

1902-1948

D2723/R/1/105/1-22

Fenny Bentley charity returns

 

1902-1948

D2723/R/1/106

Fernilee charities

The charities here are Thomas Ouffe's and Thomas Hibbert's

1902-1955

D2723/R/1/106/1-51

Fernilee charity returns

 

1902-1927

D2723/R/1/106/52-102

Fernilee charity returns

 

1928-1955

D2723/R/1/107

Findern charities

The charities here are John Hare's, Robert Erpe's John Erpe's, and Cooke's bread.

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/107/1-54

Findern charity returns

 

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/108

Flagg charities

The 'Flagg United' charities were earlier known separately as Dale Croft, Sythe Dale, R Lowe, Adam Lowe, and the Duke of York's. See also Chelmorton (D2723/R/1/49/1-34).

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/108/1-15

Flagg charity returns

 

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/109

Glossop charities Joseph Hague's charities

 

1902-1951

D2723/R/1/109/1-45

Glossop charity return for Joseph Hague's charities

 

1902-1951

D2723/R/1/110

Glossop charities

These charities were provided in aid of Whitfield school, for clothing in Glossop, also a vault in Glossop (and towards a sermon). Hague's charity for the poor was dealt with separately.Remaining charities in Glossop, were St Thomas' Day (CaptGarlick's), Gisborne's, Wood's hospital, George Roberts' war sermon, Partington Convalescent and Nurses Home, Olive and Partington pension funds, Hague's (for the poor), Canon C W Tasker's, and the J H Warhurst request.

1900-1954

D2723/R/1/110/1-61

Glossop charity returns

 

1900-1921

D2723/R/1/110/62-125

Glossop charity returns

 

1922-1937

D2723/R/1/110/126-188

Glossop charity returns

 

1938-1954

D2723/R/1/111

West Hallam charities

The charities here were known as the Unitedcharities after 1908. Before 1908, the individual charities were Poor lands (Stansfield's), Powtrell's, Hickling's, Holbrook's and Gisborne's.

1900-1955

D2723/R/1/111/1-40

West Hallam charity returns

(gap between 1926-1945)

1900-1955

D2723/R/1/112

Hartington charities

The charities here were the parochial charities,(earlier differentiated as Robert Bateman's,Charles Flint's, M Louisa Flint's, Elizabeth Flint's and Gisborne's), Richard Edensor's bread charity (for Town Quarter),Edmund Goodwin's, and Bateman's clothing charity (for Town Quarter). See also Biggin (D2723/R/1/19/1-50).

1898-1951

D2723/R/1/112/1-44

Hartington charity returns

 

1898-1908

D2723/R/1/112/45-89

Hartington charity returns

 

1909-1951

D2723/R/1/113

Hartshorne charities

The charities here were the Poor's land and Brunt's,Rev William Dethick's (covering Hartshorne and Woodville), Murcott's, Partridge and Hassall's, Lester's , Kendrick's, Hazard's, Gisborne's, and Charles Hair's (for the Methodist chapel).

1900-1948

D2723/R/1/113/1-51

Hartshorne charity returns

 

1900-1917

D2723/R/1/113/52-101

Hartshorne charity returns

 

1918-1948

D2723/R/1/114

Hasland charities

These returns are for Hasland Temperance Hall (the Derbyshire district of the International Order of Good Templars)

1948-1949

D2723/R/1/114/1-2

Hasland charity returns

 

1948-1949

D2723/R/1/115

Hassop charities Rowland Eyre's charity

 

1901-1922

D2723/R/1/115/1-9

Hassop charities Rowland Eyre's charity returns

 

1901-1922

D2723/R/1/116

Hathersage charities

The charities here are Richard Silvester's,Benjamin Ashton's, Gisborne's, Harriet Eyre's, Hannah Wright's, Alfred Booker's, Adam Morton's, Robert Crossland's, John Morton's, Hugh Barber's, John Frost's, and the Hathersage Nursing Association. These Returns also include Outseats.

1901-1955

D2723/R/1/116/1-27

Hathersage charity returns

1901-1925, 1945-1947

1901-1947

D2723/R/1/116/28-56

Hathersage charity returns

 

1948-1955

D2723/R/1/117

Hayfield charities

The charities here are Gisborne's, James and Sarah Wilks's, and the Hayfield non-ecclesiastical charities.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/117/1-66

Hayfield charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/118

Hazelwood charities

The charities here are General Colville's , and Alfred's.

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/118/1-40

Hazelwood charity returns

(gap between 1931-1945)

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/119

Heage charities

The charities here are George Storer's, James Holland's, Gisborne's, and Edward Ridge's (this also covers Pentrich).

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/119/1-39

Heage charity returns

 

1901-1912

D2723/R/1/119/40-80

Heage charity returns

1913-1931, 1945-1954

1913-1954

D2723/R/1/120

Heanor charities

There are two charities here: Thomas Hardy's (for Marlpool church and poor), and Gisborne's (which includes Codnor and Cotmanhay).

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/120/1-51

Heanor charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/121

Heath charities

The charities here are the Earl and Countess Of Devonshire's (both the trustees' accounts covering a number of parishes, and the Heath share), and Gisborne's

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/121/1-50

Heath charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/122

Hilton charities

Hilton is a township in the parish of Marston on Dove. The charities concerned here are Hilton (Brewin's), Gisborne's, and Arthur Harrison's, Thomas Harrison's, R Heacock's and Mary Astill's (strong lands). See also Marson on Dove.

The charity registration number was 230217. It was removed from the register in 1995, as the charity had ceased to exist.

1909-1948

D2723/R/1/122/1-68

Hilton charity returns

 

1909-1948

D2723/R/1/122/69

The Hilton Charity: Declaration of Trust regarding sums to be transferred to the Official Trustees of Charitable Funds for investment. The dividends arising were to be passed to the vicar and churchwardens and to be used for the sick and needy of Hilton. 28 May 1872

 

1872

D2723/R/1/123

Hognaston charities

Some later returns also relate to Kniveton, which was united benefice with Hognaston. There are no returns between 1931 and 1944

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/123/1-30

Hognaston charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/124

Holbrook: Potterill's almshouses

This charity dealt with the almshouses of Edward Potterhill. A similar charity existed for Duffield (See D2723/R/1/87/1-63)

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/124/1-45

Holbrook: Potterill's almshouses charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/125

Holbrook charities

The other charities here were John Lockoe's, Rev S Bradshaw's (for repair of St Michael's church), and Marion Fielden's (for repair of Coxbench church). Holbrook was formerly in Duffield parish, and some Duffield charities may cover this area.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/125/1-56

Holbrook charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/126

Holmesfield charities

The charities here are Penny Acres (part of this was for the Free School), Chapel lands, Isaac Tomlinson's Ebenezer Hall's, Gisborne's, and the Hathersage District Nursing Association.

Charity registration number: 251288

1899-1954

D2723/R/1/126/1-83

Holmesfield charity returns

 

1899-1922

D2723/R/1/126/84-163

Holmesfield charity returns

 

1923-1954

D2723/R/1/126/164

Holmesfield Chapel Lands charity: Indemnity to the Official Custodian for Charities by solicitors acting for the trustees regarding Proceedings to obtain possession of land in Park Lane, Holmesfield, 19 Apr 1968

 

1968

D2723/R/1/127

Holymoorside charities

These accounts are for the Holymoorside, Walton and District Nursing Association

1944-1946

D2723/R/1/127/1-2

Holymoorside charity returns

 

1944-1946

D2723/R/1/128

Hope charities

 

1899-1950

D2723/R/1/128/1-40

Hope charity returns

 

1899-1917

D2723/R/1/128/41-84

Hope charity returns

 

1918-1950

D2723/R/1/129

Hopton charities

The charities here are John Steeples's, and the Sir Philip Gell almshouses.

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/129/1-57

Hopton charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/130

Horsley (and Horsley Woodhouse) charities

The charities here are Thomas Hunter's (also covering Kilburn), Gisborne's, John Lockoe's. Ann Ball's, Lockoe Dole, and Phoebe Ward's(also for Kilburn).

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/130/1-49

Horsley (and Horsley Woodhouse) charity returns

 

1901-1917

D2723/R/1/130/50-76

Horsley (and Horsley Woodhouse) charity returns

1918-1931, 1945-1950

1918-1950

D2723/R/1/131

Hulland (and Hulland Ward) charities

The charities here are John Walker's, and the church and graveyard (for Hulland), and Gravel lands (for Hulland Ward).

1927-1950

D2723/R/1/131/1-12

Hulland (and Hulland Ward) charity returns

 

1927-1950

D2723/R/1/132

Idridgehay and Alton charities

The charities here are Robert Baker's and T H Tomlinson's.

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/132/1-23

Idridgehay and Alton charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/133

Ilkeston Richard Smedley's charity

This charity covered Ilkeston and other places in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/133/1-54

Ilkeston Richard Smedley's charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/134

Ilkeston charities

The remaining charities in Ilkeston were 'the Ilkeston charities' (which were Gisborne's, Roe's, Gregg's and others) and Eleanor Holyoake Ireson's

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/134/1-55

Ilkeston charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/135

Kedleston charities

The charities here are Edward Baskerville's, FA Josephe and Dowager Lady Scarsdale's (covering Also Quarndon, Weston Underwood and Ravensdale Park).

1899-1922

D2723/R/1/135/1-13

Kedleston charity returns

 

1899-1922

D2723/R/1/136

Kilburn charities

The charities here are Phoebe Ward's (see also Horsley), Gisborne's, and John Lockoe's. See also Horsley and Belper returns for other references to Kilburn.

1899-1947

D2723/R/1/136/1-4

Killamarsh charities

The charities here are the bread charities (formerly William Hewitt's, Sarah Pole's and John Kay's), Henry Mirfin's, John Ward's, Rev G Alderson's and Gisborne's. There is a gap in the returns between 1931 and 1945

1896-1954

D2723/R/1/136/1-45

Kilburn charity returns

 

1899-1947

D2723/R/1/137

Killamarsh charities

 

1896-1954

D2723/R/1/137/1-76

Killamarsh charity returns

 

1896-1954

D2723/R/1/138

Kirk Hallam charities

The charity here is Gisborne's. Later returns Also refer to Mapperley. There is a gap between 1931-1945.

1911-1947

D2723/R/1/138/1-19

Kirk Hallam charity returns

 

1911- 1947

D2723/R/1/139

Kirk Ireton charities

The charities here are Johnson's , John Storer's, Ann Downing's (also a clothing charity), Gell's, Slater's, Cooper's,Hutchinson's, Gisborne's Bower's, and Church lands.

1899-1953

D2723/R/1/139/1-32

Kirk Ireton charity returns

 

1899-1908

D2723/R/1/139/33-81

Kirk Ireton charity returns

 

1909-1931

D2723/R/1/139/82-127

Kirk Ireton charity returns

 

1932-1953

D2723/R/1/140

Kirk Langley charities

The charities here are Mrs Cheyney's and Bayley's. There is a gap in the returns between 1932 and 1945.

1899-1947

D2723/R/1/140/1-21

Kirk Langley charity returns

 

1899-1947

D2723/R/1/141

Kniveton charities

The charities here are Thomas Gaunt's, John Hurd's, and Gisbourne's. See also Hognaston for some returns covering Kniveton.

1900-1947

D2723/R/1/141/1-45

Kniveton charity returns

 

1900-1947

D2723/R/1/142

Upper Langwith charity

The charities here are the Earl and Countess of Devonshire, and Mrs Kitty Vaughan's. Some returns also include the township of Houghton.

1899-1941

D2723/R/1/142/1-27

Upper Langwith charity returns

 

1899-1941

D2723/R/1/143

Lea charities

The charity here is for the endowment of the Protestant Dissenting chapel. There are also returns for this under Dethick (see D2723/R/1/84/1-45).

1901-1938

D2723/R/1/143/1-28

Lea charity returns

 

1901-1938

D2723/R/1/144

Linton charities

The charity here is Welbey's (for the township of Linton in the parish of Church Gresley). There are gaps in the returns between 1917 and 1930, 1932 and 1945.

1901-1947

D2723/R/1/144/1-18

Linton charity returns

 

1901-1947

D2723/R/1/145

Littleover charities

The charities here are Poor's land (or Joyce Harpur's),Littleover Nursing Association, George's Vickers's, Mary Ann Pegge's , and Tom Swift's.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/145/1-25

Littleover charity returns

 

1901-1925

D2723/R/1/145/26-27

Littleover charity returns

 

1926-1954

D2723/R/1/146

Litton charities

The charities here are William Bagshaw's and Mary Cresswell's. There is a gap in the returnsbetween 1919 and 1929

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/146/1-10

Litton charity returns

 

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/147

Longford charities

Coke's almshouse charity .This charity included both Sir Robert Coke's charity and Henry Coke's

1901-1948

D2723/R/1/147/1-41

Longford charity returns

 

1901-1948

D2723/R/1/148

Longford charities

The remaining charity here is Dame Katherine Coke's.

1901-1943

D2723/R/1/148/1-36

Longford charity returns

 

1901-1943

D2723/R/1/149

Longstone charities

The charities here are William and Thomas Wright's, Captain Henry Wright's (for Longstone); Holme Meal, Rowland Eyre's, William Milne's Gisborne's, Devonshire's, Joseph Bennett's (for Longstone/Great Longstone); Longsdon, Shaw, and Wright's (for Little Longstone).

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/149/1-71

Longstone charity returns

 

1901-1925

D2723/R/1/149/72-138

Longstone charity returns

 

1926-1954

D2723/R/1/150

Lullington charities

The charity here is Boyletone's (though other charities were grouped under that heading). There is no return between 1931 and 1945.

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/150/1-23

Lullington charity returns

 

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/151

Mackworth and Markeaton charities

The Mackworth and Markeaton parochial charities of these returns are Henry Stanley's, Richard Crowshaw's, Adrian Mundy's, and German Pole's. There if no return between 1925 and 1945. See also Quarndon.

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/151/1-29

Mackworth and Markeaton charity returns

 

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/152

Mapperley charities

The charity here is Gisborne's.

1903-1911

D2723/R/1/152/1-9

Mapperley charity returns

 

1903-1911

D2723/R/1/153

Mappleton charities

The charity here is the Okeover charity, which also covered other places in Staffordshire.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/153/1-48

Mappleton charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/154

Marston Montgomery charities

The charities here are Arthur Bowyer's, Walter Copestake's, Henry Jackson's, John Lowe's, and the Marston Montgomery inclosure act trust.

1901-1952

D2723/R/1/154/1-43

Marston Montgomery charity returns

 

1901-1952

D2723/R/1/155

Marston on Dove charities

The charities here are Elizabeth Shermen's, John de Banke's, Thomas Woolley's, Robert Heacock's, Adam John and William Woolley's, Gisborne's, Hilton's (or Brewin's), and Arthur Harrison's. The last three charities refer also to Hilton (see also D2723/R/1/122/1-68); some other returns also relate to Hatton And Hoon.

1900-1954

D2723/R/1/155/1-44

Marston on Dove charity returns

 

1900-1906

D2723/R/1/155/45-98

Marston on Dove charity returns

 

1907-1920

D2723/R/1/155/99-152

Marston on Dove charity returns

 

1921-1954

D2723/R/1/156

Matlock charities

The charities here are Joshua Bradley's, Robert Clay's, Daniel Clarke's, Thomas Garratt's, Gisborne's, Thomas John's, Miss C LC Leacroft's, George Spateman's, William Walker's, also John Knowle's, Henry Knolwes's (including Matlock Bath), John Higgs almshouses (Matlock Bank), Margaret Harrison's, S J Sheldon's, the Smedley Memorial Hydro Hospital, and the Temperance Hall and Workmen's Rest trust.

1900-1954

D2723/R/1/156/1-56

Matlock charity returns

 

1900-1905

D2723/R/1/156/57-124

Matlock charity returns

 

1906-1911

D2723/R/1/156/125-192

Matlock charity returns

 

1912-1923

D2723/R/1/156/193-245

Matlock charity returns

 

1924-1954

D2723/R/1/157

Matlock Bath charities

The charities here are Miss Ann Walter's, Holy Trinity church repair fund, Lady Glenorchy Congregational church trust, J C Arkwright's (for Scarthin mission church), and Ann Scott and A Twigg's. See also Matlock returns. There is a gap in the returns between 1930 and 1948.

1901-1948

D2723/R/1/157/1-64

Matlock Bath charity returns

1901-1930, 1948

1901-1948

D2723/R/1/158

Melbourne charities

The charities here are Henry Green's, Thomas Grey's, and the New Jerusalem church endowment fund.

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/158/1-50

Melbourne charity returns

The charities here are Rachael Stafford's, Gisborne's, and Chatterton's.

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/159

Mellor charities

 

1901-1922

D2723/R/1/159/1-18

Mellor charity returns

 

1901-1922

D2723/R/1/160

Mercaston charities

The charity here is German Pole's (Mercaston branch). Other returns may be found under Muggington.

1917-1950

D2723/R/1/160/1-11

Mercaston charity returns

 

1917-1950

D2723/R/1/161

Mickleover charities

The charities here are Robert Newton's, German Pole's, and Gisborne's

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/161/1-38

Mickleover charity returns

 

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/162

Middleton by Wirksworth charities

The charities here are Ebenezer Hall's, and the Middleton Church hall

1944-1950

D2723/R/1/162/1-6

Middleton by Wirksworth charity returns

 

1944-1950

D2723/R/1/163

Monyash charities

The charities here are Palfreyman's, John Bartholomew's, George Goodwin's, H Goodwin's, Ralph Rider's, John Smith's, and Gisborne's.

1901-1948

D2723/R/1/163/1-49

Monyash charity returns

 

1901-1948

D2723/R/1/164

Morley charities

The charities here are the Sacheverell almshouses (also called Morley almshouses, and Jacinth Sacheverell's charity), Mapples and others, E James and others, Abbott's, Sir A S Haslam's, K Hibbert's, and Alfred Clement Johnson's. See also Breadsall for some returns.

1899-1950

D2723/R/1/164/1-55

Morley charity returns

 

1899-1950

D2723/R/1/165

Morton charities

The charity here is Gisborne's. There is a gap in the returns between 1930 and 1947.

1900-1947

D2723/R/1/165/1-29

Morton charity returns

1900-1930, 1947

1900-1947

D2723/R/1/166

Mugginton charities

The charity here is Gisborne's. Some of the returns relate to Mercaston.

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/166/1-19

Muggington charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/167

Netherseal charities

The charities here are Sir Thomas Rich's, Richard Johnson's, John and Elizabeth Ramson's, Zachary and Rebecca Johnson's, Thomas Capenhurst's, and Hewitt's. Some returns are for Seale or the Seales, both Netherseal and Overseal. There is a gap in the returns between 1919 and 1931.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/167/1-45

Netherseal charity returns

 

1901-1909

D2723/R/1/167/46-105

Netherseal charity returns

 

1910-1954

D2723/R/1/168

Newbold (and Dunston) charities

The charities here are Elizabeth Tomlinson's (almshouse), J C Bromehead, and the Newbold Miner's Welfare. There is a gap in the returns between 1931 and 1944.

1899-1945

D2723/R/1/168/1-15

Newbold (and Dunston) charit y returns

 

1899-1945

D2723/R/1/169

New Mills: Ingham's almshouses charities

These returns also includes John Mackie's charity (the founder of the almshouses).

1901-1948

D2723/R/1/169/1-48

New Mills: Ingham's almshouses charity returns

1901-1914, 1916-1948

1901-1948

D2723/R/1/170

New Mills charities

The remaining charities here are James Ingham's, the Public Hall, Henry Barber's, Mary Trickett's, Ralph Bowden's, the New Mills District Nursing Society, and the District Nurse endowment fund.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/170/1-42

New Mills charity returns

 

1901-1920

D2723/R/1/170/43-93

New Mills charity returns

 

1921-1954

D2723/R/1/171

Newton Solney charities

The charities here are W Worthington's, Albert Worthington's, and John Higgot's almshouses.There are no returns between 1928 and 1943.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/171/1-43

Newton Solney charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/172

Norbury and Roston charities

The charities here are Walter Copestake's, Greensmith's, Robert Bill's, and Henry Jackson's.

1900-1951

D2723/R/1/172/1-53

Norbury and Roston charity returns

 

1900-1916

D2723/R/1/172/54-110

Norbury and Roston charity returns

 

1917-1951

D2723/R/1/173

Normanton charities

The charity here is Babbington's.

1901-1925

D2723/R/1/173/1-13

Normanton charity returns

 

1901-1925

D2723/R/1/174

South Normanton charities

The charity here is Rev Frederick Doveton's and Gisborne's.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/174/1-45

South Normanton charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/175

Ockbrook charities

The charities here are the parochial charities (Does of Robert Piggin, Ann Potter, William James, and Edward James), the ecclesiastical charities, Gisborne's, and J Birkinshaw's (for the Ockbrook District Nursing Association). See also Borrowash

1899-1954

D2723/R/1/175/1-46

Ockbrook charity returns

 

1899-1923

D2723/R/1/175/47-93

Ockbrook charity returns

 

1924-1954

D2723/R/1/176

Osmaston by Ashbourne charities

The charities here are Gospel Greave close, Thomas Kniveton's, and Edward Pegge's

1901-1948

D2723/R/1/176/1-25

Osmaston by Ashbourne charity returns

 

1901-1948

D2723/R/1/177

Outseats charities

The charities here are shares of Alfred Booker's, Joan Morton's, Hugh Barber's, John Frost's (Riding House) and Hannah Wright's. Returns can also be found under Hathersage

1901-1923

D2723/R/1/177/1-14

Outseats charity returns

 

1901-1923

D2723/R/1/178

Parwich charities

The charities here are the United charities (before 1909 separately Alsop and Jackson's, Beresford's, Binchcliff's, Dakeyne's, Gisborne's, Swindell's, and Johnson's), also Carr's, and the Rathborne Convalescent Home.

Charity registration number: 216917. It was removed from the register in 2001 as the charity no longer operated.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/178/1-79

Parwich charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/178/80

Parwich United Charities: Tithe Redemption Commission - appointment of Trustees and Issue of Redemption Stock:  Appointment of the Official Trustees of Charitable Funds as trustees to receive the residue of the redemption stock to be issued as compensation for the extinguishment of rent charges in Tissington, of which the Official Trustees of Charitable Funds were the estate owner, holding in trust for the United Charities, 1 Apr 1943

 

1943

D2723/R/1/179

Peak Forest charities

The charities here are Nicholas Green's, Samuel Needham's, the Earl and Countess of Devonshire's, Martha Barnsley's, and the Peak Forest charities (an amalgamation of many smaller charities).

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/179/1-40

Peak Forest charity returns

 

1901-1928

D2723/R/1/179/41-80

Peak Forest charity returns

 

1929-1954

D2723/R/1/180

Pentrich charities

The charities here are Rev G H J Pocock's (for church bells), Devonshire's, John Walter's (covering Pentrich and Ripley), and Gisborne's. See also Heage returns.

1899-1953

D2723/R/1/180/1-51

Pentrich charity returns

 

1899-1953

D2723/R/1/181

Pilsley (near Bakewell) charities

The charities here are Rippon's, Peniston's and Hardy's, Miss Susanna Bowring's, and Mary Margaret Sheperd's.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/181/1-53

Pilsley (near Bakewell) charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/182

Pinxton charities

The charity here is Gisborne's.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/182/1-29

Pinxton charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/183

Pleasley charities

The charity here is Gisborne's. Some returns also refer to Shirebrook.

1901-1931

D2723/R/1/183/1-22

Pleasley charity returns

 

1901-1931

D2723/R/1/184

Quarndon charities

The charity here is Adrian Mundy's, which also refers To Allestree, Mackworth and Markeaton, and Radbourne. See also Kedleston.

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/184/1-28

Quarndon charity returns

 

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/185

Radbourne charities

The charities here are German Pole's (also Covering Dalbury Lees, Mackworth, Markeaton, Mercaston and Mickleover), Adrian Mundy's, and Henry Heming's.There is a gap in the returns between 1919 and 1932.

1900-1952

D2723/R/1/185/1-28

Radbourne charity returns

 

1900-1952

D2723/R/1/186

Repton charities

The charities here, grouped as the Repton charities, are church lands, Hunt's, Comings's, Gilbert's Hough's and Whitehead's. There are also some returns for Sir John Port's charity, Covering Etwall and Repton.There are no returns between 1931 and 1945.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/186/1-42

Repton charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/187

Riddings charities

The charity here is Ludlam's. For other returns see Alfreton.

1905-1931

D2723/R/1/187/1-8

Riddings charity returns

 

1905-1931

D2723/R/1/188

Ripley charities

The charities here are William Holmes's almshouses, Ernest Joseph Ellis-Fermor's, Ripley Hospital, Thomas Hunter's, and Mrs Edith H Scott's. See alsoPentrich for some returns

1902-1954

D2723/R/1/188/1-49

Ripley charity returns

 

1902-1945

D2723/R/1/188/50-70

Ripley charity returns

 

1946-1954

D2723/R/1/189

Risley charities

The charities here are Sir Henry Willoughby's (and others), and Hall's

1902-1954

D2723/R/1/189/1-51

Risley charity returns

 

1902-1954

D2723/R/1/190

Rodsley charities

The charity here was John Sherwin the elder's, together with one unknown donor's

1916-1925

D2723/R/1/190/1-9

Rodsley charity returns

 

1916-1925

D2723/R/1/191

Rowland charities

The charity here is Eyre's.

1901-1917

D2723/R/1/191/1-13

Rowland charity returns

 

1901-1917

D2723/R/1/192

Rowsley charities

The charities here are the Ashbourne charity and Robert Scholler's. There is a gap in the returns between 1931 and 1945

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/192/1-31

Rowsley charity returns

 

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/193

Sandiacre charities

The charity here is Dr Bland's (almshouse) charity.

1945-1955

D2723/R/1/193/1-11

Sandiacre charity returns

 

1945-1955

D2723/R/1/194

Sawley charities

The charities here are Thomas Smith Poyser's, and the Sawley charities (Francis Hacker's. ThomasHollingsworth's, Joseph Towle's, and J Staples's.)

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/194/1-40

Sawley charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/195

Scarcliffe charities

The charities here are the Bell rope land, Gisborne's, Richard Johnson's, Samuel Lawrence's, John Ludlam's, Dame Frances Pierrepont's, Kithe Vaughan's, and Elizabeth Saxton's charities There are no returns between 1939 and 1951.

Charity registration number: 215250

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/195/1-62

Scarcliffe charity returns

 

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/195/63

Bell Rope Land charity, Scarcliffe: Coal Commission - Disposal of compensation under the Coal Act 1938:  Deed of Appointment of the Official Trustees of Charitable Funds to receive compensation in trust regarding coal holdings DY.359. Dated 1 Mar 1945

 

1945

D2723/R/1/196

Scropton and Foston charities

The charities here are Miss E Eld's, and Wall's.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/196/1-44

Scropton and Foston charity returns

 

1901-1924

D2723/R/1/196/45-90

Scropton and Foston charity returns

 

1925-1954

D2723/R/1/197

Shardlow charities

The charities here are Leonard Fosbrook's, Camilla Burgin's, and J Soresby's (later together known as the Shardlow parochial charities).

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/197/1-53

Shardllow charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/198

Sheldon charities

The charities here are Mrs Mary Frost's, and Gisborne's. Some returns for Ashford in the Water also cover Sheldon.

1901-1943

D2723/R/1/198/1-65

Sheldon charity returns

 

1901-1943

D2723/R/1/199

Shipley and Cotmanhay Nursing Association

 

1945-1947

D2723/R/1/199/1-2

Shipley and Cotmanhay Nursing Association charity returns

 

1945-1947

D2723/R/1/200

Shirebrook charities

The charities here are John Boler's, Shirebrook Cottage Hospital fund, and the Shirebrook and Langwith Junction Nursing Association. See also Pleasley. There are no returns between 1932 and 1944.

1899-1947

D2723/R/1/200/1-24

Shirebrook charity returns

 

1899-1947

D2723/R/1/201

Shirland charities

The charities here are Fidler and Laverack's (including the Bell acre endowment, for ringers), and Gisborne's.

1900-1954

D2723/R/1/201/1-23

Shirland charity returns

 

1900-1915

D2723/R/1/202

Shirley charities

The charities here are Edward Pegg's, Elizabeth Pegg's, Robert Goodall's, and Yeomans's. See also Yeaveley.

1901-1923

D2723/R/1/202/1-14

Shirley charity returns

 

1901-1923

D2723/R/1/202/24-76

Shirland charity returns

 

1916-1954

D2723/R/1/203

Shottle and Postern charities

The charities here are Ralph and Rebecca Dooley's, and the Earl and Countess of Devonshire's.

1901-1931

D2723/R/1/203/1-34

Shottle and Postern charity returns

 

1901-1931

D2723/R/1/204

Smalley charities

The charities here are Samuel Richardson's (for poor colliers), Edward James's, Jacinth Sacheverell's,.Goodale's, and Gisborne's. There are no returns between 1931 and 1945.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/204/1-49

Smalley charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/205

Smisby charities

The charities here are the church lands (the church charity and parochial charity), and Leitch's.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/205/1-45

Smisby charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/206

Snelston charities

The charities here are Robert Docksey's, and Henry Bould's. There is a gap in the returns between 1932 and 1945.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/206/1-40

Snelston charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/207

Somercotes and District Nursing Association

 

1942-1943

D2723/R/1/207/1

Somercotes and District Nursing Association charity returns

 

1942-1943

D2723/R/1/208

Spondon charities

The charities here are Miss H Cade's, Latham's, William Gilbert's, Locko's, Griffith Daykin's, (Dorothy) Barrow's almshouses, Elizabeth Cowper's, Gisborne's, Clock Close, Dean Stanhope's, and Samuel Alcock's.

1894-1955

D2723/R/1/208/1-64

Spondon charity returns

 

1894-1913

D2723/R/1/208/65-130

Spondon charity returns

 

1914-1930

D2723/R/1/208/131-195

Spondon charity returns

 

1931-1955

D2723/R/1/209

Stanley charities

The charity here is Little Buttery land (from an unknown donor, for communion wine).

1902-1911

D2723/R/1/209/1-8

Stanley charity returns

 

1902-1911

D2723/R/1/210

Stanton by Dale: Middlemore's charities

There are no returns for 1918 and 1919

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/210/1-54

Stanton by Dale: Middlemore's charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/211

Stanton by Dale: Poor's lands charities

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/211/1-48

Stanton by Dale: Poor's lands charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/212

Stapenhill charities

The Stapenhill charities were Robinson's, Cox's, Jackson's, Rhodes's, and Barrett's. There is a gap in the returns between 1932 and 1945.

1902-1953

D2723/R/1/212/1-15

Stapenhill charity returns

 

1902-1953

D2723/R/1/213

Staveley charities

Woodthorpe Hospital and parochial charities

1899-1954

D2723/R/1/213/1-48

Staveley Woodthorpe Hospital charity returns

 

1899-1948

D2723/R/1/214

Staveley charities

Parochial charities

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/214/1-40

Stavely parochial charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/215

Stoney Middleton charities

The charities here are Mary Morewood's, Thomas White's, Rev Jurie's, and Gisborne's.

1899-1954

D2723/R/1/215/1-45

Stoney Middleton charity returns

 

1899-1926

D2723/R/1/215/46-90

Stoney Middleton charity returns

 

1927-1954

D2723/R/1/216

Sudbury charities

The charities here are Mr John Vernon's, John Harestaff's, Henry Noon and John Turton's, William Jackson's, Dr John Williams's, and Archbishop Vernon Harcourt's. There is a gap in the returns between 1931 and 1943.

1899-1943

D2723/R/1/216/1-42

Sudbury charity returns

 

1899-1943

D2723/R/1/217

Sutton cum Duckmanton charities

The charities here are Rev John Curry's, Samuel Dowker's, Margaret Fonzier's, Widdison's and Francis Leach's (the parochial charities), also Gisborne's, and C E S Cockburn's. There is a gap in the returns between 1925 and 1951.

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/217/1-36

Sutton cum Duckmanton charity returns

 

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/218

Sutton on the Hill charities

The charities here are Ann Jackson's, and Rathbone's.

1901-1931

D2723/R/1/218/1-31

Sutton on the Hill charity returns

 

1901-1931

D2723/R/1/219

Swadlincote charities

The charities here are Dorothy Taylor's, John Hunt's (for Wesleyan supernumerary minister), and the Swadlincote and District Nursing Association. There are no returns between 1931 and 1945

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/219/1-57

Swadlincote charity returns

 

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/220

Swanwick charities

Swanwick District Nursing Association

1943-1945

D2723/R/1/220/1-3

Swanwick District Nursing Association charity returns

 

1943-1945

D2723/R/1/221

Taddington and Priestcliffe charities

The charities here are Roger Wilkson's, Michael White's, and Gisborne's. There are no returns between 1925 and 1945

1900-1951

D2723/R/1/221/1-39

Taddington and Priestcliffe charity returns

 

1900-1951

D2723/R/1/222

Tansley charities

The charities here are Cornthwaite's, and Gisborne's. Some returns for Gisborne's charity can be found under Crich.

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/222/1-27

Tansley charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/223

Temple Normanton charities

The charity here is Gisborne's. There are no returns between 1931 and 1945

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/223/1-25

Temple Normanton charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/224

Thorpe charities

The charities here are Rev Thomas Winder's, and the Miss Karpp bequest. There are no returns between 193 and 1945.

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/224/1-20

Thorpe charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/225

Tibshelf charities

The charities here are Lydia Brocksopp's, and Gisborne's. There are no returns between 1932 and 1945

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/225/1-24

Tibshelf charity returns

 

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/226

Ticknall charities

The charity here is the Ticknall (Harpur) Hospital.

1901-1952

D2723/R/1/226/1-41

Ticknall charity returns

 

1901-1952

D2723/R/1/227

Tideswell charities

The charities here are Robert Hodgkinson's, Ann Rossington's, Nathaniel Hammersley's, Miss E Downes's, Gisborne's, George Robinson's, Robert Mellor's, Robert Pursglove's (educational foundation), John Harrop's, and B E Dakin's. There are no returns between 1931 and 1945.

1900-1951

D2723/R/1/227/1-48

Tideswell charity returns

 

1900-1909

D2723/R/1/227/49-97

Tideswell charity returns

 

1910-1916

D2723/R/1/227/98-152

Tideswell charity returns

 

1917-1951

D2723/R/1/228

Tissington charities

The charities here are Mrs Thomasine Buxton's, Miss Frances FitzHerbert's, and Miss Katherine Port's.

1901-1947

D2723/R/1/228/1-48

Tissington charity returns

 

1901-1947

D2723/R/1/229

Troway charities

The charity here is the John Locker charity for the poor of Troway (within Eckington ecclesiastical parish), including Ridgeway

1947-1954

D2723/R/1/229/1-4

Troway charity returns

 

1947-1954

D2723/R/1/230

Tupton charities

The charities here are Richard Clay's and the Tupton, Wingerworth and District Nursing Association. See also North Wingfield for charities covering this area.

1916-1947

D2723/R/1/230/1-5

Tupton charity returns

 

1916-1947

D2723/R/1/231

Turnditch charities

The charities here are John Walker's (also covering Bradley and Hulland) and Gisborne's. See also Windley.

1901-1938

D2723/R/1/231/1-19

Turnditch charity returns

 

1901-1938

D2723/R/1/232

Twyford and Stenson charities

The return here is for Harpur and others.

1905

D2723/R/1/232/1

Twyford and Stenson charity returns

 

1905

D2723/R/1/233

Unstone charities

The charity here is Thomas Curtys's, for Unstone In Dronfield parish. There are no returns between 1932 and 1945.

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/233/1-22

Unstone charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/234

Walton on Trent charities

The charities here are Rev Thomas Bearcroft's (including Abigail Bailey's), William and Bridget Bedford's, and one from an unknown donor.

1901-1952

D2723/R/1/234/1-26

Walton on Trent charity returns

There are no returns between 1934 and 1945.

1901-1952

D2723/R/1/235

Wensley and Snitterton charities

The charities here are Ann Phynny's [also Phinney], Hayward's, and the Oker Hill and Crossgreen inclosure charity.

Charity registration number: 225615

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/235/1-57

Wensley and Snitterton charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/235/58

Ann Phinney’s Charity, Wensley and Snitterton: Order of the Charity Commissioners appointing trustees, 14 Aug 1868

 

1868

D2723/R/1/236

Wessington charities

The charities here are Edward Reans's, William Hill's, Cornthwaite's, Hunter's, Kirkland's, Emma Hunt's, and Gisborne's. See also Brackenfield and Crich.

1900-1948

D2723/R/1/236/1-61

Wessington charity returns

 

1900-1948

D2723/R/1/237

Weston on Trent charities

The charities here are Ann Holden's, and Miss Ann Meakin's. There are no returns between 1932 and 1945.

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/237/1-23

Weston on Trent charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/238

Wheston charities

The charity here is Margaret Newton's. There are no returns between 1931 and 1945

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/238/1-32

Wheston charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/239

Whitfield charities

The charity here is the Whitfield St James mission hall. See also Glossop for returns covering this area

1945-1954

D2723/R/1/239/1-6

Whitfield charity returns

 

1945-1954

D2723/R/1/240

Whittington charities

The charities here are Elizabeth Burton's, Peter Webster junior's, Gisborne's, and the Village Hall charity.

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/240/1-69

Whittington charity returns

 

1901-1954

D2723/R/1/241

Whitwell charities

The charity here are John Rowley Horton's (for Steetley), and Gisborne's. There are no returns between 1930 and 1945.

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/241/1-20

Whitwell charity returns

 

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/242

Willington charities

The charities here are Benjamin Spilsbury's, Francis Mosley Spilsbury's, Gisborne's, the Sudbury rent charge, De View's, Holbrook's, and unknown donor's.

1901-1950

D2723/R/1/242/1-55

Willington charity returns

 

1901-1919

D2723/R/1/242/56-110

Willington charity returns

 

1920-1950

D2723/R/1/243

Wilne charities

The charity here is the Church lands. The returns cover Draycott.

1945-1950

D2723/R/1/243/1-2

Wilne charity returns

 

1945-1950

D2723/R/1/244

Windley charities

The charities here are Mrs Lees', and John Gilbert Crompton's (this also covers Turnditch).

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/244/1-41

Windley charity returns

 

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/245

Wingerworth charities

The charities here (grouped together as the parochial charities) are Scarisbrick's or the Marchioness de Casteja's, Harriet Gladwins, Lowe's, Gisborne's, and Godfrey Foljambe's (Ashover and Attenborough lands).

1901-1947

D2723/R/1/245/1-52

Wingerworth charity returns

 

1901-1947

D2723/R/1/246

North Wingfield charities

The charities here are the church lands, Mrs Mary Ann Rowley's (also covering Pilsley and Woodthorpe), Rev T Luddington's, Gisborne's (also covering Tupton, Pilsley and Clay Cross), Captain Clay's (for Tupton), Stevenson's, and Lydia Brocksopp's.

1900-1954

D2723/R/1/246/1-48

North Wingfield charity returns

 

1900-1910

D2723/R/1/246/49-104

North Wingfield charity returns

 

1911-1930

D2723/R/1/246/105-146

North Wingfield charity returns

 

1931-1954

D2723/R/1/247

South Wingfield charities

The charities here are Samuel Newton's, and Gisborne's.

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/247/1-73

South Wingfield charity returns

 

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/248

Winshill charities

The charities here are Joseph Wilson's, Hugh Brooke's, John Matthews's, and the Gretton Memorial Nurse Fund.

1901-1951

D2723/R/1/248/1-53

Winshill charity returns

 

1901-1925

D2723/R/1/248/54-101

Winshill charity returns

 

1926-1951

D2723/R/1/249

Winster charities

The charities here are Haynes's (also called Knott Greaves) William Hall's (also Griss Hill), Robert Oates's, Elizabeth Buxton's, Gisborne's, A Moore's, Joseph Burton's (for the Free Reading Room/Institute), and Ashmore's pingle. There are no returns between 1914 and 1929.

1899-1949

D2723/R/1/249/1-77

Winster charity returns

 

1899-1949

D2723/R/1/250

Wirksworth (1) charities

The first group of charities here are the Temperance Hall, Selina Hurt's, the Anthony Gell almshouses and Anthony Bunting's, Thomas William Hunt (for Bolehill Primitive Methodist church), the recreation ground, and the Chapel Lane (British) lnfants School Trust.

1901-1955

D2723/R/1/250/1-62

Wirksworth group 1 charity returns

 

1901-1925

D2723/R/1/250/63-124

Wirksworth group 1 charity returns

 

1926-1955

D2723/R/1/251

Wirksworth (2) charities

The second group of charities here are the Christmas charities (Francis Bunting's, M Hoade's, Poor's allotment, Cheney's, Harrison's, Poor's land, Woodis's), the Easter charities (Anthony Bunting's, Buckley's, Blackburn's, Dorothy Lee's, Daniel Dean's and George Summers's) also John Taylor's, and William Wright's. There are no returns between 1926 and 1943.

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/251/1-44

Wirksworth group 2 charity returns

 

1901-1911

D2723/R/1/251/45-81

Wirksworth group 2 charity returns

 

1912-1953

D2723/R/1/252

Wirksworth (3) charities

The third group of charities here are German Buxton's, Elizabeth Bagshawe's, Elizabeth Greaves's, William and Ann Wright's, and the Arkwright bequests (for the church organist and the organ blower).There are no returns between 1935 and 1945.

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/252/1-59

Wirksworth group 3 charity returns

 

1901-1912

D2723/R/1/252/60-132

Wirksworth group 3 charity returns

 

1913-1953

D2723/R/1/253

Wormhill charities

The charities here are the chapel endowment(for the endowment of the benefice, and a chapel clerk), Gervase Smith's, Hayward's, William Bagshaw's, Wilksons's, Gisborne's and Pursglove's.

1902-1940

D2723/R/1/253/1-24

Wormhill charity returns

 

1902-1940

D2723/R/1/254

Yeaveley charities

The charities here are Humphrey Calvert's, Edward Pegg's, and Elizabeth Pegg's. There are no returns between 1925 and 1945

1902-1950

D2723/R/1/254/1-25

Yeaveley charity returns

 

1902-1950

D2723/R/1/255

Yeldersley charities

The charity here is Hawford's. See also Edlaston and Wyaston for some returns.

1900-1908

D2723/R/1/255/1-5

Yeldersley charity returns

 

1900-1908

D2723/R/1/256

Youlgreave charities

The charities here are Francis Staley's, John Hancock's, Ann Cook's, James Roberts's, Mary Knowles's, Henry Smith's, and Gisborne's.

1902-1950

D2723/R/1/256/1-66

Youlgreave charity returns

 

1902-1950

D2723/R/1/257

Taxall and Yeardsley cum Whaley charities

The charities here are except for Sarah Nall's (see below) grouped as the Taxall and Yeardsley cum Whaley Charities (William Bradbury's, Thomas Hibbert's, Elizabeth Hulme's, Francis Jodrell's, Ann Johnson's, John Leigh's, Thomas Ouffe's, Francis Dixon's, Mackintosh endowment and small parish property). The Mackintosh Endowment is not always included.

1936-1954

D2723/R/1/257/1-19

Taxall and Yeardsley cum Whaley charity returns

D2723/R/1/257/15 is the only item for Sarah Nall's Charity, 1951

1936-1954

D2723/R/1/258

Tintwistle charities

The charities here are the Mottram charities and charities certainly or probably in connection with the Independent Chapel (John Road's, Miss B Woodhead's, W H Lowe's, F Aldous's, Joseph Howard's, Anthony Hyde's, Joseph Ogden's, trust property)

1901-1953

D2723/R/1/258/1-31

Returns for Mottram Charities

 

1901-1931

D2723/R/1/258/32-60

Charity returns: John Road's, Miss B Woodhead's and W H Lowe's There is no return for 1912. Miss Woodhead's entry is crossed through in the returns for 1930-1932 and W H Lowe is included only from 1924;

 

1901-1932.

D2723/R/1/258/61-77

Charity returns: F Aldous's, Joseph Howard's, Anthony Hyde's, W H Lowe's, Joseph Ogden's, John Road's and trust property

 

1946-1953

D2723/R/2

General charities

 

1909-1954

D2723/R/2/1

Southwell (later Derby) Diocesan Board of finance

 

1909-1953

D2723/R/2/1/1-14

Southwell (later Derby) Diocesan Board of finance charity returns

1909, 1932-1937, 1947-1953

1909-1953

D2723/R/2/2

Derbyshire Congregational Union

(year books)

1923-1939

D2723/R/2/2/1-16

Derbyshire Congregational Union charity returns

 

1923-1939

D2723/R/2/3

South Derbyshire Miners' Benevolent Fund

alternatively Miners' Welfare Committee

1929-1953

D2723/R/2/3/1-25

South Derbyshire Miners' Benevolent Fund charity returns

 

1929-1953

D2723/R/2/4

Derbyshire Miners' Welfare Convalescent Home and Holiday Centre

 

1947-1953

D2723/R/2/4/1-8

Derbyshire Miners' Welfare Convalescent Home and Holiday Centre charity returns

 

1947-1953

D2723/R/2/5

Derbyshire Coalminers fund

Special treatment after colliery accidents

1933-1934

D2723/R/2/5/1-2

Derbyshire Coalminers fund charity returns

 

1933-1934

D2723/R/2/6

Rev Francis Gisborne's charity

 

1916-1954

D2723/R/2/6/1-32

Rev Francis Gisborne's charity returns

1916-1921, 1930-1954

1916-1954

D2723/R/2/7

Sherwood Foresters charity

(Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment)

1953-1954

D2723/R/2/7/1-2

Sherwood Foresters charity returns

 

1953-1954

D2723/UL

Charity Commission: unlisted records

Accession of Apr 2016: deeds and trustees records relating to Chesterfield United Charities (formerly Chesterfield Municipal Charities), 1938 and Parish Lands and Henry Inman Charity, Eckington, 1894


Accession of Aug 2016: Rowland Exhibition Foundation, Mickleover: Tithe Redemption Commission Appointment of Trustees, 8 Sep 1937

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