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D369/

Derbyshire Archaeological Society: society records and other papers

includes Council minutes 1874-1964;accounts 1927-1981; correspondence, 1885-1958; archaeological reports and plans 1940s-1960s; publications, 1950s -1970s, and miscellaneous title deeds and other papers, prints and photographs

19th-20th cent

D369/14/58

Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne programme, 22-27 Jun

 

1896

D369/15/1

Rules of Derbyshire Archaeological Society Rule book, rectified 26 Apr

 

1966

D369/16

Annual Reports of the Council including annual balance sheets

 

1968-1970

D369/16/1

Annual report and balance sheet

 

1968

D369/16/2

Annual report and balance sheet

 

1969

D369/16/3

Annual report and balance sheet

 

1970

D369/17

Membership

 

 

D369/17/1

Lists of members inc Officers, Honary members, Life members, and members

 

1965

D369/17/2

Lists of members inc Officers, Honary members, Life members, and members

 

1968

D369/17/3

Lists of members inc Officers, Honary members, Life members, and members

 

1969

D369/17/4

Lists of members inc Officers, Honary members, Life members, and members

 

1970

D369/17/5

Member's card

 

1901

D369/18

Summer & Winter programmes of events

 

 

D369/18/1

Winter programme

 

1969/1970

D369/18/2

Summer programme

 

1970

D369/18/3

Summer programme

 

1971

D369/18/4

Winter programme

 

1971/1972

D369/18/5

Winter programme

 

1972/1973

D369/G/B

Business

 

 

D369/G/B/1

Plan, report and correspondence regarding Winster Market Hall

 

1903

D369/G/B/2

Papers relating to the restoration of Darley Abbey

 

1938

D369/G/B/3

Tenancy agreement for St Mary's Bridge Chapel and notes on St Mary's Bridge Chapel

 

1940

D369/G/B/4

Draft measure relating to St Mary's Bridge Chapel - with brief history

 

[c 1948]

D369/G/B/5-6

Scheme for the administration of the Charity known as the Chapel of St Mary on the Bridge: also agreements with tenants 1937 and 1940

 

1949

D369/G/B/7

Lecture programme

 

1958-1959

D369/G/Bac

Accounts

 

 

D369/G/Bac/1

Subscription register

 

1927-1944

D369/G/Bac/2

Subscription book

 

1933-1948

D369/G/Bac/3

General account book

 

1937-1943

D369/G/Bac/4

Subscription book

 

1949-1952

D369/G/Bac/5

Cromford Bridge Chapel appeal, 1950 Subscription book 1964-1968 and bank book of R Hayhurst 1958-1960

 

1950-1968

D369/G/Bac/6

Members registers/subscriptions

 

1970-1981

D369/G/Bac/6/1

Members registers/subscriptions 1970-1973

 

1970-1973

D369/G/Bac/6/2

Members registers/subscriptions 1974-1976

 

1974-1976

D369/G/Bac/6/3

Members registers/subscriptions 1977-1981

 

1977-1981

D369/G/Bac/7

Private ledger

 

1954-1972

D369/G/Bar

Archaeological Reports, Photographs, Slides and plans

 

 

D369/G/Bar/1

First report on archaeological discoveries at Oakes Park, Norton (W A Timperley)

 

1950

D369/G/Bar/2

Oakes Park Vol I - scrapbook of photographs drawings and notes on the excavations at Oakes Park, Norton by W A Timperley

 

[c 1946]

D369/G/Bar/3

Oakes Park Vol II (as Vol I)

 

1946

D369/G/Bar/4

Oakes Park Vol III - including a map of the sites at Norton (as Vol I)

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/5

Oakes Park Vol IV (as Vol I)

 

1954

D369/G/Bar/6

Oakes Park Vol I - including a notebook giving details of artifacts and detailed notes on the conduct of the excavation

 

1952-1954

D369/G/Bar/7

Oakes Park - Norwood Q2 site (as Vol I)

 

1955

D369/G/Bar/8

Oakes Park - Bridlewood (as Vol I)

 

1955

D369/G/Bar/9

Oakes Park - Bridlewood (as Vol I)

 

1955

D369/G/Bar/10

Oakes Park - Bridlewood (as Vol I)

 

1955

D369/G/Bar/11

Oakes Park - Bridlewood (as Vol I)

 

1955

D369/G/Bar/12

Oakes Park (as Vol I)

 

1955-1957

D369/G/Bar/13

Oakes Park (as Vol I)

 

1956

D369/G/Bar/14

Oakes Park (as Vol I)

 

1956

D369/G/Bar/15

Oakes Park - sites Q4-Q6 Vol XIV (as Vol I)

 

1956

D369/G/Bar/16-18

Three cases of slides relating to the Oakes Park (Norton) excavations

 

[c1946]-1956

D369/G/Bar/19

Sketch site plans of Duffield Castle excavations

 

[c 1957]

D369/G/Bar/20

Excavations diary - Duffield Castle (T G Manby)

 

1957

D369/G/Bar/21

Photograph album - Duffield Castle excavations

 

1957

D369/G/Bar/22

Swarkestone excavation - photograph of the team which discovered a Neolithic long house

 

[c 1956]

D369/G/Bar/23

Swarkestone excavation - photograph of the final stage, showing the numerous post holes of the Neolithic long house.

 

1956

D369/G/Bar/24

Soil section - Swarkestone excavations

 

[c 1956]

D369/G/Bar/25-26

Photograph of stone pitcher found at Swarkestone (2 copies)

 

[c 1956]

D369/G/Bar/27

Newspaper article (Derby Evening Telegraph) on excavations at Derventio (Little Chester)

 

1960

D369/G/Bar/28-31

Little Chester pottery finds

 

1960

D369/G/Bar/32

Objects from Little Chester, discovered in the course of excavations by Mr John Fossey

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/33

Enlarged plan of Stubbin Wood, Upper Langwith showing Romano-British building with rectangular enclosure

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/34

Photograph of tools found at Barrow on Trent

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/35

Pre-historic finds in South Derbyshire

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/36

Drawings of metal ornaments

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/37

Drawings of wicker-work

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/38

Photograph of two triangular stones with 'cup' markings from an Iron Age fort at Ball Cross Farm, Bakewell

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/39-40

Photographs of Sam Kay in the Roman Kilns at Hazelwood

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/41

Entrance to the chambers in Minninglow Barrow

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/42

Archaeological index cards mounted for exhibition purposes

 

[c 1950]

D369/G/Bar/43-47

Five archaeological index cards

 

1957

D369/G/Bar/48

File of photographs and plans: Pencil tracing of King's Newton cross by P H Currey

 

1915-1956

D369/G/Bar/49

Photograph of Heath Wood, Ingleby a Pagan-Danish cemetery

 

1955

D369/G/Bar/50

Cross (not identified)

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/51

Swarkestone excavations

 

[c 1956]

D369/G/Bar/52-53

Five Wells, Taddington (2 photographs)

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/54

Ditch at Harthill Moor Camp

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/55

Excavations (not identified)

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/56

Romano-British settlement at Robin Hood Stride, Birchover

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/57

Flint hand-axe

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/58-59

Excavations at Harthill Moor (2 photographs)

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/60-62

The entrance to Harthill Moor Camp Harthill Moor Camp - "Castle Ring" (2 photographs)

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/63

Roman road at Doctor's Gate

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/64

Ditch at Harthill Moor Camp

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/65

Aerial photograph of camp at Ivonbrook and correspondence

 

1931

D369/G/Bar/66

Map of prehistoric sites in the Buxton and Bakewell area.

 

[c 1950]

D369/G/Bar/67

Cottage at Wessington reconstructed from the remains during excavation. Aperture card available see D2349 Z/Z10 [20th cent]

 

1959

D369/G/Bar/68

Tracing of sections of Ryknield Street

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/69-77

Excavations on Parwich Moor by John Lomas

 

1957-1960

D369/G/Bar/78-85

Repton church including a plan of the crypt, inscriptions on the church bells, ground plan and a diagram showing "the relation of the chancel and crypt" Ground plan of Foremark church Prehistoric finds in South Derbyshire (tracing)

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/86

'The tumultuous course of the Dovegong' (Middleton by Wirksworth)

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/87-88

South Derbyshire - probable lines of prehistoric movement and trade

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/89-92

Pagan Danish Barrow Cemetery at Ingleby

 

1955

D369/G/Bar/93-94

Swarkestone lows

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/95-101

Romano-British Native Settlement at Stapenhill

 

1953

D369/G/Bar/102

Pencil sketch plan of St Mary's Bridge Chapel

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/103

The Fosse Way frontier AD 47

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/104

Extension of the frontier to the River Severn

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/105

Extension of the frontier to the Rivers Trent and Dee

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/106

Extension of the frontier to the Mersey

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/107

The 'pincer movement' through the Peak

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/108-112

Five Wells chambered tomb, Taddington

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/113-115

Green Low, Aldwark

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/116-117

Minning Low, Ballidon

 

1957

D369/G/Bar/118

Church Farm, Alvaston

 

1959

D369/G/Bar/119

Section of Barrow No 1 at Chelmorton Low

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/120

Roman fort at Brough

 

1958

D369/G/Bar/121

Plan of the Owlet, Nether Heage

 

1961

D369/G/Bar/122-125

Four plans of excavations at Little Chester

 

1960

D369/G/Bar/126

West gateway, Melandra Castle

 

1958

D369/G/Bar/127

Celtic fields at Blackwell [20th cent]

 

 

D369/G/Bar/128-130

Excavations at Duffield Castle

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/131

Tracings of pottery by S O Kay

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bar/132

Ancient earthworks at King Sterndale W Mawdsley

 

1957

D369/G/Bar/133

Earthwork at Chee Tor

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bc

Correspondence

 

 

D369/G/Bc/1-2

Reply of Local Government Board to Society's letter regarding the adoption of the name New Mills for Beard

 

1885

D369/G/Bc/3

Bundles/files of correspondence

 

1899-1901

D369/G/Bc/4

Bundles/files of correspondence

 

1906-1909

D369/G/Bc/5

Bundles/files of correspondence

 

1909-1923

D369/G/Bc/6

Bundles/files of correspondence

 

1911-1916

D369/G/Bc/7

Bundles/files of correspondence

 

1917-1922

D369/G/Bc/8

Letter to Derbyshire County Council against the proposed widening of Rowsley Bridge

 

 

D369/G/Bc/9

Bundles/files of correspondence

 

1929-1932

D369/G/Bc/10

Bundles/files of correspondence

 

1933

D369/G/Bc/11

Bundles/files of correspondence

 

1934-1935

D369/G/Bc/12

Correspondence relating to Darley Abbey Cartulary

 

1935

D369/G/Bc/13

Bundles/files of correspondence (including Bridge Chapel agreements)

 

1939-1941

D369/G/Bc/14

Bundles/files of correspondence

 

1951

D369/G/Bc/15

Correspondence file relating mainly to the excavations at Heath Wood, Ingleby

 

1954-1955

D369/G/Bc/16

Bundles/files of correspondence, including newspaper cuttings and report on the Bronze Age barrow at Swarkestone

 

1955

D369/G/Bc/17

Bundles/files of correspondence, including a copy of F Nixon's article "Notes on the Engineering History of Derbyshire"

 

1956

D369/G/Bc/18

Bundles/files of correspondence

 

1956-1957

D369/G/Bc/19

Bundles/files of correspondence

 

1957-1958

D369/G/Bm

Minutes: Minute books of the Council, committees and General Meetings, later Annual General Meetings (signed)

 

1878-1964

D369/G/Bm/1/1

Minutes 1878-1891 (formerly Bm 1)

 

1878-1891

D369/G/Bm/1/2

Minutes 1892-1906 (formerly Bm 2)

 

1892-1906

D369/G/Bm/1/2/1-3

Correspondence, 1901-1905

 

1901-1905

D369/G/Bm/1/2/4-6

Receipt, notice and memorandum, 1902; 1905; nd

 

1902, 1905

D369/G/Bm/1/3

Minutes 1906-1920 (formerly Bm 3)

 

1906-1920

D369/G/Bm/1/3/1-5

Correspondence, 1916-1917

 

1916-1917

D369/G/Bm/1/3/6

Inventory of the Society's property in Buxton Museum

 

1918

D369/G/Bm/1/3/7

Photograph of church interior

 

 

D369/G/Bm/1/3/8-11

Notice, memorandum etc.

 

 

D369/G/Bm/1/4

Minutes 1921-1930

 

1921-1930

D369/G/Bm/1/4/1-3

Correspondence, 1941

 

1941

D369/G/Bm/1/5

1930-1953 (formerly BM 4)

 

1930-1953

D369/G/Bm/1/5/1

Plan of National Trust property at Alport Height, nd

 

 

D369/G/Bm/1/6

Minutes 1953-1964

 

 

D369/G/Bm/1/6/1

Amended copy of the Society's Rules

 

 

D369/G/Bm/1/6/2

Copy letter, 1966

 

1966

D369/G/Bm/1/7

Minutes 1966-1970 (copy minutes and reports etc)

 

1966-1970

D369/G/Bm/1/8

Minutes 1971-1974 (copy minutes and reports etc)

 

1971-1974

D369/G/Bm/1/9

Minutes 1975-1982 (copy minutes and reports etc)

 

1975-1982

D369/G/Bm/11

Minutes, Mar 1987-Dec 1996

Minute of the Council and Annual General Meetings (signed). Also contains Reports of the Council, statements of account, programmes, and the rules of 1987

1987-1996

D369/G/Bp

Publications

 

 

D369/G/Bp/1-58

Derbyshire Miscellany: Vol I Nos 1-10, 1956-1958, Vol II Nos 1-12 1959-1963, Vol III Nos 1-9 1964-1966, Vol IV Nos 1-4 1967-1968, Vol V Nos 1-3 1969-1970

 

1956-1970

D369/G/Bp/59

Supplements to Derbyshire Miscellany: James Brindley - Bibliographical note prepared for the occasion of the unveiling of a plaque to mark the site of the cottage in which he was born at Tunstead in the parish of Wormhill.

 

1955-1963

D369/G/Bp/60-61

Notes on the engineering history of Derbyshire - F Nixon

 

1955

D369/G/Bp/62

About a Derbyshire Village, 1770-1820 - Robert Thornhill

 

1958

D369/G/Bp/63

Richard Furness, the Peakland Poet - Clarence Daniel

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Bp/64

A village constable's accounts Robert Thornhill

 

1957

D369/G/Bp/65

The Whitehurst family (Derbyshire clockmakers before 1850) W Douglas White

 

1958

D369/G/Bp/66-67

Gresley - the family, lands and priory 1066-1250 Oswald Hull

 

1959

D369/G/Bp/68

A description of the grand inquest at Chesterfield, 1562 R H Oakley

 

1959

D369/G/Bp/69

Early steam engine in Derbyshire F Nixon (from the Transactions of the Newcomen Society Vol 31

 

1957-1959

D369/G/Bp/70

The use of the cannon in the Civil War with particular reference to Derbyshire R Hayhurst

 

1963

D369/G/Bp/71

'The draining of Wirksworth lead mines' Nellie Kirkham

 

1963

D369/G/Bp/72

Prospectus of the North Derbyshire section of the Society

 

[c 1890]

D369/G/Bp/73

Catalogue of printed books, pamphlets and periodicals in the Society's library

 

1956

D369/G/Maps

Printed Maps and Plans

 

 

D369/G/Maps/1

Saxton's map of Derbyshire (printed)

 

1577

D369/G/Maps/2

John Speed's Map of Derbyshire. (printed) Scale 2: Miles : 1 Inch

 

1610

D369/G/Maps/3

John Speed's map of Nottinghamshire (printed)

 

1610

D369/G/Maps/4

Copy map of part of Melbourne, Microfilm M 721

Please use microfilm copy on M/721


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


[Melbourne] [c1631]. Scale: no scale shown. Size: 60 x 66 cm. Materials: coloured ink on linen backed paper. Centred on: SK389250 Notes: no orientation, south at top. Shows Melbourne Pool, Melbourne Wood, Castle orchard, stylised houses in Melbourne town, some fields and roads named, occupiers named on plots, no...

1625

D369/G/Maps/5-6

Derbyshire by Robert Morden (2 copies) (printed)

 

[17th Cent]

D369/G/Maps/7

Copy map of Ripley

 

1821

D369/G/Maps/8

Nottinghamshire by Robert Morden (printed)

 

[17th Cent]

D369/G/Maps/9

Portion of Robert Morden's atlas of Nottinghamshire Derbyshire and Warwickshire (printed)

 

[17th cent]

D369/G/Maps/10

Number not used

 

 

D369/G/Maps/11

Topographical map of Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire showing rivers

 

[17th cent]

D369/G/Maps/12

Bleau's map of Derbyshire (printed, coloured)

 

[c. 1670]

D369/G/Maps/13

Survey of the Derwent by George Sorocold (copy)

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


A Survey of the River Derwent in the County of Derby together with the intended Cutts for making the same Navigable by Geo. Sorocold Gent. [c1700] Surveyor: George Sorocold.Scale: of 200 yards [1:19200] Size: 65 x 23 cm. Materials: ink on paper, conserved under plastic sheet. Centred on: SK3636 Notes: compass rose, SSW at top of sheet. Shows R...

[c. 1700]

D369/G/Maps/14

Map of Derbyshire (printed)

 

[c. 1630]

D369/G/Maps/15

Belper and Heage by John Hatton (copy)

For digital copy, see CD/379

1698

D369/G/Maps/16

Copy map of part of Melbourne, Microfilm M721

Please use microfilm copy on M/721


This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


no title [1734] Scale: of 10 chains [1:3200]. Size: 60 x 75 cm. Materials: coloured ink on paper. Centred on: SK3924 Notes: SE at top at top. Shows the Great Pool, Charnells Park, Old Pool and some strips beside the Park: possibly part of another map.Location: original not traced; copy in: DRO, 369/Maps 16; DRO...

1734

D369/G/Maps/17

H Moll's map of Derbyshire (printed)

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Maps/18

H Moll's map of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire (printed)

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Maps/19

Derbyshire by J Hinton (printed)

 

1748

D369/G/Maps/20

Fox's map of Derbyshire (printed)

 

1760

D369/G/Maps/21

Small map of Derbyshire: approx 7 miles to 1 inch (printed)

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Maps/22-23

Emmanuel Bowen's map of Derbyshire (2 copies) (printed)

 

1777

D369/G/Maps/24-25

Derbyshire by J Cary (2 copies) (printed)

 

1787

D369/G/Maps/26

Derbyshire by J Cary (printed)

 

1789

D369/G/Maps/27-28

Burdett's map of Derbyshire, 1 inch:1 mile, surveyed between 1762 and 1767, (printed) together with a photographic reduction in three parts

 

1792

D369/G/Maps/29/1-2

Copy plan of Melbourne, with enlargement of the centre, Microfilm M 721

 

[1804/1840]

D369/G/Maps/30

Derbyshire by C Smith (printed)

 

1804

D369/G/Maps/31

Derbyshire by E W Brayley (printed)

 

1805

D369/G/Maps/32

Derby by E W Brayley (printed)

 

1806

D369/G/Maps/33

Derbyshire by James Bingley (printed)

 

[c. 1800]

D369/G/Maps/34

Small map of Derbyshire, c 12 miles:1 inch (printed)

 

[c. 1800]

D369/G/Maps/35

Derbyshire by T Cadell and W Davies (printed)

 

1817

D369/G/Maps/36

Langley's new map of Derbyshire (printed)

 

1817

D369/G/Maps/37

Derbyshire (printed)

 

1818

D369/G/Maps/38

Cary's map of the British Isles showing turnpike roads and canals (printed)

 

1818

D369/G/Maps/39

Derbyshire (printed)

 

[c. 1820]

D369/G/Maps/40

Derbyshire (printed)

 

[c. 1825]

D369/G/Maps/41

Number not used

 

 

D369/G/Maps/42-43

Derbyshire (2 copies) (printed)

 

[c. 1840]

D369/G/Maps/44

Number not used

 

 

D369/G/Maps/45

Derbyshire (printed)

 

c. 1840

D369/G/Maps/46

OS 1st edition geology map No 72 Ashbourne (printed)

 

1838

D369/G/Maps/47

County plans (Derbyshire, Cumberland, Berkshire, Bedfordshire, Devon, Dorset, Durham, Essex, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Herefordshire, Hertfordshire, Huntingdonshire, Kent, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Middlesex, Monmouthshire, Norfolk, Northamptonshire, Northumberland, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Rutland, Shropshire, Somerset, Staffordshire, Surrey, Suffolk, Sussex, Warwickshire, Westmoreland, Wiltshire, Worcestershire, Yorkshire, (N and W Ridings), Railways (England and Wales) (printed)

 

1871

D369/G/Maps/48

"Pictorial World" map of Derbyshire (printed)

 

1875

D369/G/Maps/49

OS 1st edition 6" Derbyshire Palterton, Heath, 26 SW (printed)

 

1879

D369/G/Maps/50

Street map of Glossop and Hadfield (printed)

 

[c. 1890]

D369/G/Maps/51

OS Second edition 1" sheet 99 - Chapel-en-le-Frith (printed)

 

1896

D369/G/Maps/52

OS Second edition 1" sheet 112 - Chesterfield/ Matlock (printed)

 

1897

D369/G/Maps/53

OS Second edition 6" sheet 28 SE, Birchover and Elton (printed)

 

1900

D369/G/Maps/54

Folder of County maps, 2nd and 3rd edition, 1" popular editions mounted on boards, many not dated: Derby area (1910), 53 SE, (1921), 54 NW, 62 SW, 62 NW, 64 SW, 46 SE, 53 SW, 54 SE, key to 1" OS in Derbyshire, 46 NW, 37, 46 SW, 45 NE, 45 SE, 54 NE, 45 SW, 62 SE, 37 SE, 37 NW, 46 NE, 37 SW, 53 SE, 45 SE - cover all Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire and small parts of Warwickshire and Leicestershire (printed)

 

[c. 1898-1920]

D369/G/Maps/55

OS Third edition 1" Derby area (printed)

 

1905

D369/G/Maps/56/1-2

OS Second edition geology map Sheets 141 - 155 South Derbyshire, South West Nottinghamshire, and North Leicestershire (printed)

 

1905

D369/G/Maps/57

OS 1" Derby area (third edition) (printed)

 

1910

D369/G/Maps/58

OS 6" Second edition 9 NE, Hope and Castleton, (printed)

 

1923

D369/G/Maps/59

OS 6" Second edition 10 NW Hope and Castleton (printed)

 

1923

D369/G/Maps/60

OS 6" Second edition 10 NE Bamford (printed)

 

1923

D369/G/Maps/61

OS 6" Second edition Staffs 20 SW Alton (printed)

 

1924

D369/G/Maps/62

OS 6" Second edition 47 NW Croxden (printed)

 

1924

D369/G/Maps/63

OS 6" Second edition 7 SW Derwent, Ashopton (printed)

 

1924

D369/G/Maps/64

South Derbyshire 1 in : 1 mile Sheet 62

 

20th cent

D369/G/Maps/65

Plan of report of James Mansergh on Derby Sewerage (printed)

 

1836

D369/G/Maps/66

Rocque's Map of Surrey, 1762 (printed facsimile)

 

1931

D369/G/ZE

Estate Papers

 

 

D369/G/ZE/1

Copy grant by Thomas de Chaworth, knight to Robert de Hanebeck, of all his land, toft, croft, buildings, etc in the tenure of William de la Rive, in Lichtwood at Norton, except le Rohagh, Hallefield and Wystanhalgh, saving common of pasture to Robert in Wystanhaligh from Michaelmas to the Purification, subject to a rent of 8s pa. Witnesses; Alan de Wythiford, Roger de Flotburg of Norton, William fitz Matym, Peter de Berins, John de Birchenid, Peter de Ounston, Thomas de Leis, Peter Pavi, John Loucer [13th cent], [16th cent copy]

 

[16th cent]

D369/G/ZE/2

Copy order of Edward III for an inquisition as to whether the pasture of Fullwood at South Normanton and Pinxton is within Sherwood Forest or not. 26 Apr 12 Edw III

 

1338

D369/G/ZE/3

Copy inquisition into the claim of Thomas Clinton, Alice his wife, Henry Bradshaw and Isabel his wife to the manors of Cotton, Osmaston and Champion, with 3 messuages and 20 acres land of the inheritance of Robert Foucher, father of Alice and Isabell and of Joan, wife of John Bradshaw and division of the same between the 3 parties.

 

1397

D369/G/ZE/4

Lease by Walter Twyford esq to Ralph de la Pole and John Curzon of Kedleston of a messuage land and tenements in Chaddesden and Spondon: for 60 years: 20 marks rent per annum Friday next after the feast of St James, 22 Hen VI

 

1444

D369/G/ZE/5

Indenture by which Honkyn of Garton has let to Robert Nunde of Derby, mercer the manor of Lokhalle (Locko) with all appurtenances in Lokhalle, Chaddesden and Spondon: annual rent of 30s (term illegible) 6 Mar 1451/2

 

[1452]

D369/G/ZE/6

Page of court roll - Court of Ralph de la Pole and Richard Curzon at Spondon, 18 May 19 Edw IV

 

1478

D369/G/ZE/7

Page of court roll - Spondon (including references to Chaddesden). 12 May 1 Edw V

 

1483

D369/G/ZE/8

Lease by Darley Abbey to William Wylde of Whatstandwell, yeoman of a messuage known as Whatstandwell with 7 acres of land and all the land of Flaxlond: for 27 years at 21s per annum. 20 Jun

 

1526

D369/G/ZE/9

Copy lease by John, Prior of the Monastery and convent of Repton to William Dethyk [Dethick] of Newhall esq of their tithe barn yard with all their tithe corn of Newton Solney for 21 years £10 per annum. 4 Sep

 

1534

D369/G/ZE/10

Lease by Thomas Lighe of Egginton to Richard Gifford of Newton Solney, husbandman for £5 6s 8d of a tenement in Newton with houses etc and land for 21 years: 23s per annum 7 Sep

 

1563

D369/G/ZE/11

List of deeds, evidences etc relating to property of Robert Fentam of Basley Wodsete, Derbyshire. 1 May

 

1577

D369/G/ZE/12

Copy of a "wrytyng indented" between Henry Earl of Lancaster, late steward of England and William Motton the elder, knight, regarding William's keeping of the Earl's park at Towley, in his chase of Leicester and his rights of pannage and agistment, housebote and heybote, fyrebote and herdlem within the park [14th cent] [16th cent copy]

 

[16th cent

D369/G/ZE/13

Lease by Thomas Leighe of Egginton, esq to Anthony Cresswell of Blackbrook, husbandman of all that messuage or tenement at Blackbrook in the parish of Chapel en le Frith with all lands belonging for 21 years: 36s annual rent. 8 Jan 1583/4

 

[1584]

D369/G/ZE/14

Inquisition post mortem after the death of Thomas Leigh esq relating to the manors of Egginton, Newton Solney and several parcels of land at Egginton and Blackbrook.

 

1591-1592

D369/G/ZE/15

Agreement between Hugh Beeston of the Stronde Middlesex esq and Roger Holte of Newton Solney yeoman and John Boylson citizen and haberdasher, of London that Beeston shall enfeoff to Thomas Fleetwood esq and William Royle, gent a moiety of the manor of Newton Solney and the lands, tenements and hereditaments to the use of Fletwood and Royle to whom Longeforde shall also levy a fine and recovery of the above premises: after fine and recovery passed, Fletwood and Royle to convey to Holte and Boylson land in Newton Solney and woodland, a small cottage in Newton Solney to the use of John Boylson...

 

1597

D369/G/ZE/16

Writ in a case between Francis Cooke and John Jackson. 16 Feb 1599/1600

 

[1600]

D369/G/ZE/17

(a) Bond in £47 by Robert Handforth to John Cresswell for the performance of covenants. 1 Jan 1604/1605

(b) Quitclaim by Edward Wylde of Hollingworth, husbandman, to John Cresswell of all his right etc to premises as above. 1 Jan

 

[1605]

D369/G/ZE/18

Bond in £2000 by William Burton of Cartledge gent to Richard Ward of Grays Inn Middlesex, gent for the performance of covenants in articles of agreement of equal date. 25 Jan 1653/4

 

[1654]

D369/G/ZE/19

Power of attorney by Richard Ward of Grays Inn Middlesex gent to Richard Wood of Chesterfield, apothecary to receive certain sums of money from William Burton of Cartledge, gent, Ward and Burton being the executors of the will of Lyonell Tynley of Holmesfield, yeoman, deceased and it is agreed between them that Burton is to have the whole management of the estate and that he is to pay a certain sum of money to Ward. 25 Jan

 

[1654]

D369/G/ZE/20

Power of attorney by Richard Ward to Hugh Bateman, John Brydall, Thomas Harvey, Richard Wood, Raph Sleigh, Jeremy Roades and Thomas Ward to receive accounts from William Burton of a moiety of groves and mears bequeathed to Ward by Lyonell Tynley (see D369 G/ZE 19), it is agreed that Burton is to have control of the said moiety until 1655. 25 Jan

 

[1654]

D369/G/ZE/21

Bond by William Burton of Cartledge, gent to Richard Ward of Grays Inn Middlesex gent in £500 for the performance of covenants. 25 Jan 1653/4

 

[1654]

D369/G/ZE/22

Account book for expenses at Bath.

 

1661

D369/G/ZE/23-24

Agreement between John Morewood of Carrhouse in Gresborough Yorkshire and William Bullocke of Norton, reciting assignment of mortgage by Bullocke and Edward Pegge of Beauchief to Morewood (see D369 G/ZT 24) and mortgage by Bullocke to Pegge (1660), for the payment by Bullocke to Morewood of £1,000, otherwise the mortgage to remain in force. 18 Jul

 

1666

D369/G/ZE/25

Articles of agreement between Daniell Meane of Weston under Wetherley Warwickshire, yeoman and William Barlow of Scropton, yeoman, whereas Barlow, with George Twigge and John Warren (his sons in law) has conveyed a messuage etc in Scropton to Meane in consideration of £220, Meane is to allow Barlow to dwell with him for life, is to maintain him with goods, clothing etc and pay him 30s pa but if Barlow chooses to live elsewhere, Meane is to pay him £7 pa for life 7 Feb 1666/7

 

1666

D369/G/ZE/26

Page from a household account book

 

1690

D369/G/ZE/27

Articles of agreement between Cecily Renison of Newton Solney, widow, John Renison of the same, yeoman, grandchild of Cecily Renison, Mary Collins of Overseal, widow, Samuel Bristow, of Twyford, yeoman and Robert Wakefield of Burton on Trent, tanner, prior to a marriage between John Reynison and Mary Collins, by which Cecily Renison has bargained and sold to John Renison all her goods, chattels and personal estate; also John Renison and Cecily Renison covenant with Bristow and Wakefield that they shall before the end of Hilary Term settle and assure a messuage and diverse lands and...

 

1696

D369/G/ZE/28

Instructions to the land tax assessors for Radbourne.

 

1696-1697

D369/G/ZE/29

Lease by John Mills of Chesterfield, gent, and Sarah his wife to Godfrey Woodhouse of South Wingfield Park, yeoman, in consideration of 5 shillings of a messuage in St Mary's Gate, Chesterfield: for 6 months, 22 Mar 1696/7

 

 

D369/G/ZE/30

Instructions to land tax assessors for Dalbury. 6 Jun

 

1699

D369/G/ZE/31

Abstracts from deeds relating to Mickleover, Markeaton and Allestree

 

1703

D369/G/ZE/32-50

Miscellaneous bills: household, clothing and drapery

 

[17th-18th cent]

D369/G/ZE/51

Lease for possession by James Holt of Castleton Lancashire esq to Dorothy Nevile of Holbeck Yorkshire widow of Gervas Nevile, of all his moiety of the manor of the priory at Duffield, of the common known as Burley Wood with the ancient rabbit warren therein, a moiety of the fishery in the Rivers Derwent and Ecclesbourne, a rentcharge of 40s issuing from Cottons and a moiety of cottages and land in Derby. 22 Mar 1703/4

 

[1704]

D369/G/ZE/52

Memorandum that Ralph Eaton has given licence for one year for William Fisher to go from his house by the churchyard at Egginton to his close called the Mill Leys, through a close of Ralph's called New Close, 18 Aug

 

 

D369/G/ZE/53

Abstracts of deeds regarding Wakebridge, Radbourne and Egginton

 

1712

D369/G/ZE/54

Rent receipt for Lady Dixie's estate

 

1714-1721

D369/G/ZE/55

Memorandum regarding the payment of rent charge from Cottons

 

1717-1721

D369/G/ZE/56

Draft lease by Mary Marriott of Gosshouse, Dronfield, to John Cadman of Eckington, butcher of 2 closes at Killamarsh for 7 years at £4 pa, 23 Aug

 

1718

D369/G/ZE/57

Notes on the extent of Merrins Wood Mickleover

 

1721

D369/G/ZE/58

The depositions of Nathaniel Keeling of Snelston, labourer, and Jane Wynne of Osmaston, widow re Upper Hall at Snelston and a dispute over a seat in the church 26 Jan 1729/30

 

[1730]

D369/G/ZE/59

Notes on Radbourne leases 1623-1731

 

[c1731]

D369/G/ZE/60

W Dixie to Rev Cavendish Nevile. Has heard that Nevile is demanding payment of a rentcharge from his Cotton estate at Normanton -denies knowledge of any such rent charge is payable and asks for more information 21 Aug

 

1732

D369/G/ZE/61

Letter regarding proof of title about Cotton's rent charge

 

1733

D369/G/ZE/62

Abstract of title to a rent charge issuing from the manor of Cotton 1397-1703

 

1734

D369/G/ZE/63

Letter to German Pole at Radbourne regarding affairs in London. 30 Dec

 

1736

D369/G/ZE/64

Survey of several estates in Derbyshire belonging to Rev E Meymott in Alvaston, Aston, Chellaston, Elvaston and Thulston, giving tenants' names, acreage, land use and many details of open fields.

 

1730

D369/G/ZE/65

Partition between Richard Ward of Grays Inn Middlesex gent and William Burton of Cartledge, gent under the will of Lyonell Tynley, of a fourth part of a vein or rake at Cromford Moor with all houses and coes etc and a fourth part of mears and veins at Taddington and Chelmorton. 25 Jan 1653/4

 

[1654]

D369/G/ZE/66

Bond by James Webster of Derby, baker, to John Sanders of Mackworth in £200 to pay £100. 14 Aug

 

1761

D369/G/ZE/67

Memorandum of agreement between Olivia Pole of Somerset Street, Middlesex widow and the proprietors of the Chesterfield Canal for the lease to the proprietors of Broom Close and Holt at Eckington, at £2 13s 4d a year (with plan) 10 Nov

 

1774

D369/G/ZE/68

Summons to Elizabeth Bonnington, widow, executrix of the will of Thomas Bonnington of Duffield, to attend the Consistory Court at Lichfield on 4 December, to prove the said will and to exhibit a true inventory of the goods etc of Thomas. 20 Nov

 

1781

D369/G/ZE/69

Linley's old survey of Pinxton lordship

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/ZE/70

Memorandum regarding coal at Pinxton, South Normanton and Fenny Bentley

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/ZE/71

Survey of John Dobb's land at South Normanton

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/ZE/72

Examination of witnesses for Thomas Coke

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/ZE/73

Terrier of lands at Pinxton, Kirkby, South Normanton, Alsop en le Dale, Fenny Bentley and Compton

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/ZE/74

Terrier of Pinxton and Kirkby

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/ZE/75

Surrender in Little Chester manor court by Thomas Mart of Quarndon of a parcel of land at Quarndon to the use of John Broadhurst of Duffield. Fine 2 shillings, 17 Jul

 

1797

D369/G/ZE/76

Draft release to bar entails by Samuel Allsopp of Burton upon Trent, gent, (eldest son and heir of James Allsopp deceased, who was devisee for life with remainder to his eldest son, of certain lands under the will of Thomas Allsopp, deceased) to Thomas Lowten, of a close at St Werburgh, Derby to create him tenant for suffering a recovery by Thomas Cokeyne to the use of Allsopp in fee simple, 2 Mar

 

1804

D369/G/ZE/77

Draft release for barring estates tail by Samuel Allsopp of Burton upon Trent, brewer, (son and heir of James Allsopp of Derby, deceased) and Ann Allsopp (nee Wilson), his mother, to Thomas Lowten of the Middle Temple, of several closes at Birlingham (Worcestershire) [field names given] to create him tenant for suffering a recovery by Thomas Cockeyne of Derby, gent, to the use of Samuel Allsopp, in fee simple, 29 Mar

 

1804

D369/G/ZE/78

Draft mortgage by Samuel Allsopp to Thomas Allsopp of Derby, gent and Ann Allsopp of Derby, spinster (reciting Allsop family settlement and agreement to free lands at Birlingham from sum of £1200 changed on them) to secure the said sum to Thomas and Ann, of premises as in D369 G/ZE 77(further details given) 1 May

 

 

D369/G/ZE/79

Abstract of title of Samuel Richardson to an estate in Derby late in the possession of Ann Lowe

 

[c 1815]

D369/G/ZE/80

Copy schedule of deeds in the case Langley v Sneyd

 

[c 1820]

D369/G/ZE/81

Notice of sale by auction of machinery at Tissington Corn Mill

 

1821

D369/G/ZE/82

Particulars and conditions of sale of the perpetual advowson of Ladock Cornwall with parsonage, glebe and tithes

 

1823

D369/G/ZE/83

Abstract of Matlock enclosure act

 

1826

D369/G/ZE/84

Plans and surveys of John Goodale's estates at Normanton, Littleover, Litchurch, Chellaston, Stydd and Wymeswold, Leicestershire

 

1844

D369/G/ZE/85

Survey and report on "Rough Heanor Farm" in Mickleover and Littleover, by E S Gisborne, land agent of Derby, giving land use, close names and rent

 

1854

D369/G/ZE/86

Sale catalogue: building and accommodation land in Derby, farm at Hartington, beds of coal and ironstone at Castle Gresley formerly part of the estate of W E Mousley, esq, deceased. Plan attached. 24 Sep

 

1856

D369/G/ZE/87

Conditions for holding an allotment of land in the parish of Kirk Langley, nd.

 

 

D369/G/ZE/88

Survey of Mrs Mary Goodale's estate at Normanton, Litchurch, Littleover and Sinfin Moor [land use, field names, acreage and tenants' names]

 

1862

D369/G/ZE/89

Sale particulars of building site in Sowter Road, Derby and residence and ancient chapel on St Mary's Bridge, Derby

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/ZE/90

Poster advertising the sale of closes of land at Little Hucklow

 

1908

D369/G/ZE/91

Poster advertising that Radbourne Hall is to be let

 

c. 1920

D369/G/ZE/92

Description of the rights, privileges and boundaries of Wigwell Grange in the parish of Wirksworth, according to the old terrier of the Abbot of Darley. Including plan, no scale

This map is described in the Derbyshire Record Society's "A Catalogue of Local Maps of Derbyshire c.1528–1800" (compiled by Harold Nichols, revised by Mary Wiltshire assisted by Susan Woore, published 2012). The description reads as follows:


The Rights Priviledges and Boundaries of Wigwall Grange according to the old Terrier of the Abbot of Derby ... as appears by the Decree & Mapps ... [17--]. Scale:not to scale. Size: 34 x 20 cm. Materials: ink on parchment. Centred on: SK 305545 Notes: cardinal points at edges south at top. Rough sketch to show boundaries, river Derwent to Wigwell...

[18th Cent]

D369/G/Zn

Manuscript Notes

 

 

D369/G/Zn/1-17

Files of biographical notes on Derbyshire families including newspaper cuttings, alphabetically arranged, A-Z except I, Q and U.

 

1886-1957

D369/G/Zn/18

Manuscript history of Bolsover Castle by P H Currey

 

c. 1906

D369/G/Zn/19

Notes for talk on Derbyshire canals

 

1963

D369/G/Zn/20

Notes on Dethick, Lea and Holloway

 

 

D369/G/Zn/21

Typescript 'The Plague of Chesterfield 1586-1587' by W E Godfrey, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zn/22

Rough notes by the author of the biographical notes, including some notes on places, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zn/23

Notes on the Danes by the same author, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zn/24-27

Manuscript copy of 'Repton and its Ancient Chapelries' by P H Currey, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zn/28-29

Two small notebooks of miscellaneous historical information, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zn/30

Manuscript notes on the family of Pole of Radbourne: lists of deeds to support pedigree

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zn/31

Manuscript extracts from the Hundred Rolls

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Znc

Newspaper Cuttings

 

 

D369/G/Znc/1

File of portraits taken from series in newspaper including Duke of Devonshire, W Arkwright, G Crompton, T P Wood, J Fowler etc.

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Znc/2

Illustrations of buildings including Mackworth, Manor Gates, Dale Church, St Michael's, Alvaston, Repton, Smalley Church (article) Willersley, Matlock, Brassington (Tudor House), Chatsworth, Chaddesden (new altar)

 

1910-1964

D369/G/Znc/3

File relating to family histories including Sir John Gell, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Znc/4

Miscellaneous file including a Wolseley Car fording the Dove near Dovedale; girls' education, vehicles stranded at Swinscoe Hill 1953; Quakers; closure of Little Eaton Tramway 1908; Twyford; Bess of Hardwick; Southwell Minster; literary oddments

 

1946-1953

D369/G/Znc/5

Newspaper cuttings relating to minerals including 'a great find at Magpie Mine', the local tufa industry, Derby Corporation water scheme and Calton Hill basalt, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Znc/6

File relating to Peak District rambles, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Znc/7

File relating to agriculture, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Znc/8

Caves and caverns: 'including 'Swallet hunting', the waterfall, recent discoveries at Creswell Crags and subterranean lakes

 

1950

D369/G/Znc/9

Miscellaneous file: including cartoons, 'The Week in Derbyshire' 1949, the 'Horn Book', old Derby Licensing customs, Heraldic Inn signs, funereal customs, Derby Ram ballads, Peakland Love Feast, superstitions, customs, dialect, falconry, fairs, ancient football, well dressings, sundials, coinage and clocks

 

1911-1958

D369/G/Znc/10

Crosses - Eyam, early crosses in the High Peak, Edale boundary cross, 1904, nd.

 

1904

D369/G/Znc/11

Meetings and excursions

 

1912-1913

D369/G/Znc/12

Lead mining: lead mining reminiscences, lead mines soughs at Eyam and Calver (Nellie Kirkham 1953), short glossary of lead mining terms, barmote court, lead mining laws, various court cases

 

1906-1957

D369/G/Znc/13

Natural history: golden eagle, geology, fluorspar radium and Blue John, visit to a limestone quarry earthquake, floods

 

1952

D369/G/Znc/14

Place names, 1950, nd.

 

1950

D369/G/Znc/15

Prehistory, the Danes in Derbyshire, Roman Kiln (A P Westridge, Hazelwood)

 

1947-1955

D369/G/Znc/16

Roads, footpaths and bridges: proposed racing circuit (Parsley Hay), turnpikes, the Portway footpath preservation, articles on various walks by W Ewart Bull of Atlow

 

1945-1957

D369/G/Znc/17

Tithes, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Znc/18

Water supplies: Derby and Leicester schemes, 1898, nd.

 

1898

D369/G/Znc/19

Books, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Znc/20

Canada geese at Kedleston

 

1955

D369/G/ZP

Maps and Plans

 

 

D369/G/Zp

Prints, Engravings, Photographs, Slides

 

 

D369/G/Zp/1

Alfreton Church

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/2

Allestree Church as restored in 1866

 

[late 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/3

Antiquities from Allestree Church

 

1866

D369/G/Zp/4

A View of Anchor Church, by T Smith

 

1744

D369/G/Zp/5

Druidical Circle of Arbor Low

 

[late 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/6

Ashbourne Church

 

[c. 1850]

D369/G/Zp/7

The Chancel, Ashbourne Church

 

1842

D369/G/Zp/8

Monument to Sir Brooke Boothby's daughter

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/9-10

Inscription on a brass plate in Ashbourne Church

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/11

Pencil sketches of monuments in Ashbourne Church

 

[c. 1820]

D369/G/Zp/12

Ashbourne Hall

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/13

Ashover Church (from the Gentleman's Magazine)

 

1798

D369/G/Zp/14

Ancient Font in Ashover Church (from the Topographer)

 

1790

D369/G/Zp/15

Stone coffin, Ashover Churchyard

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/16

Ault Hucknall Church (from the Gentleman's Magazine)

 

1799

D369/G/Zp/17

View and description of Bakewell

 

[c 1800]

D369/G/Zp/18

West Door of Bakewell Church (from the Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet)

 

1807

D369/G/Zp/19-20

Grave slab and stone over the window of the chantry

 

[c 1800]

D369/G/Zp/21

Monument in Bakewell Chuch

 

1782

D369/G/Zp/22

Barlborough Hall

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/23

South view of Barlborough Hall

 

[c 1830]

D369/G/Zp/24

Barlborough Hall

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/25-26

South-west view of Beauchief Abbey, by S and N Buck

 

1727

D369/G/Zp/27

Beauchief Priory

 

1780

D369/G/Zp/28

Beauchief Abbey (coloured) 1783

 

1783

D369/G/Zp/29

Beauchief Abbey (coloured) 1787

 

1787

D369/G/Zp/30-31

Seals of Beauchief Abbey

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/32

Pen sketch of a font in Beeley Churchyard

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/33-34

The North East Prospect of Bolsover Castle, by S and N Buck (printed)

 

1727

D369/G/Zp/35-36

The West View of Bolsover Castle, by S and N Buck

 

1727

D369/G/Zp/37

Bolsover Castle

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/38

The West View of Bolsover Castle

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/39

View of Bolsover Castle (from England Displayed)

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/40

Bolsover Castle (coloured)

 

1787

D369/G/Zp/41

As D369 G/Zp 40 (uncoloured)

 

1787

D369/G/Zp/42

Bolsover Castle (proof)

 

1824

D369/G/Zp/43-44

Bolsover Castle (from Dugdales England and Wales Delineated)

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/45

Bolsover Castle

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/46-47

Description of Bolsover Castle

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/48-52

Grave slabs discovered in the walls of Bolsover Church

 

1898

D369/G/Zp/53

The Study, Bonsall, home of John Allen Eyre

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/54

Pen sketch of the interior of Trinity Chapel, Brackenfield, by P H Currey

 

1886

D369/G/Zp/55

Ancient Stones in Bradbourne Church Yard

 

[c 1800]

D369/G/Zp/56

Brampton Old Church

 

[late 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/57

Pencil sketch of Brampton New Church for reproduction in the Gentleman's Magazine

 

1833

D369/G/Zp/58

Brampton New Church and St George's Church, Sheffield, from the Gentleman's Magazine

 

1833

D369/G/Zp/59-61

Breadsall Church and Priory

 

1791

D369/G/Zp/62

View of Buxton

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/63

Plan of some Roman works and camp near Buxton

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/64

View in Ashwood near Buxton

 

1750

D369/G/Zp/65

Buxton Crescent (from the Beauties of England and Wales)

 

1804

D369/G/Zp/66

Monument to Robert Pursglove, Bishop of Hull (from the Gentleman's Magazine) [should come under Tideswell]

 

1794

D369/G/Zp/67

Castleton (from The Beauties of England and Wales)

 

1804

D369/G/Zp/68-69

Near Castleton

 

1830

D369/G/Zp/70

The North-West View of Castleton Castle and The Devil's Arse by S and N Buck

 

1727

D369/G/Zp/71-72

North West View of Peak Castle

 

1785

D369/G/Zp/73-74

View of Castleton Castle and the Devil's Arse (from England Displayed)

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/75

The Peak Castle (from the Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet)

 

1809

D369/G/Zp/76-77

Peak's Castle (1st view)

 

1815

D369/G/Zp/78

Peak's Castle (2nd view)

 

1815

D369/G/Zp/79-80

Peveril Castle

 

[c. 1830]

D369/G/Zp/81

Peveril Castle

 

[early 19th cent]

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Castle of the Peverils

 

[19th cent]

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Pooles Hole

 

1748

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Pooles Hole

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/85

Entrance into Pooles Hole (from the Gentleman's Magazine)

 

1764

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Peake's Hole

 

1782

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A view of the Rocks and that vast Cavern call'd Peakes Hole at Castleton

 

1780

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A view of the Rocks and that vast Cavern at Castleton call'd Peakes Hole alias Devil's Arse

 

[18th cent]

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A view of the Rocks and Cavern at Castleton called the Devil's Arse in the Peak (from The Modern Universal British Traveller)

 

[18th cent]

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View of that part of the Peak of Derby, commonly called the Devil's Arse; and another part called Pool's Hole (from The Complete English Traveller)

 

[18th cent]

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The Peak Cavern (from The Beauties of England and Wales)

 

1804

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The Peak Cavern (from The Beauties of England and Wales)

 

1805

D369/G/Zp/95

Arx Diaboli in the Peak (from The Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet)

 

1808

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Interior View of the Peak (from The Gallery of Nature and Art)

 

1820

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Entrance of the Great Cavern at Castleton

 

1817

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Entrance to the Peak Cavern

 

1834

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Castleton Cavern and Castle

 

[c. 1860]

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Peak Cavern

 

[19th cent]

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Chatsworth House

 

[c. 1730]

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The Hunting Tower, Mary Queen of Scots, Bower

 

[18th cent]

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Chatsworth House

 

[18th cent]

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View of Chatsworth House (from the Modern Universal British Traveller)

 

[18th cent]

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Chatsworth (from The Beauties of England and Wales)

 

 

D369/G/Zp/107

Chatsworth House

 

1819

D369/G/Zp/108

Chatsworth

 

[c. 1845]

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Chatsworth

 

1836

D369/G/Zp/110-111

Chatsworth

 

[c. 1836]

D369/G/Zp/112-113

Chatsworth - exterior of the banqueting apartments

 

[19th cent]

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Chee Tor (from The Beauties of England and Wales)

 

 

D369/G/Zp/115

Chee Tor

 

c.1830

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Parish Church, Chesterfield

 

[c. 1850]

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Chancel and transept [c. 1850]

 

 

D369/G/Zp/118

Interior looking east

 

[c. 1850]

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Monuments at Chesterfield (from the Gentleman's Magazine)

 

1794

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The New Church, Chesterfield (from Fords History of Chesterfield)

 

[c1840]

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Codnor: The West View of Codenor Castle by S and N Buck

 

1727

D369/G/Zp/122-123

Codnor: The West View of Codenor Castle

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/124-125

Codnor: A view of Codenor Castle

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/126

Codnor Castle

 

1815

D369/G/Zp/127-129

Creswell Crags: Creswell Craig

 

1789

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A view in Cromford near Matlock Bath

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/131

Cromford Hall (Willersley Castle)

 

[c. 1800]

D369/G/Zp/132-133

Willersley Castle (from 'The Beauties of England and Wales')

 

1803

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Dalbury Church and Rectory

 

[c. 1830]

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Dalbury Church

 

[c. 1900]

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The East View of Dale Abbey by S and N Buck

 

1727

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Remains of Dale Abbey

 

1803

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Remains of Darley Abbey

 

[19th cent]

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Darley Dale: The Darley Yew Tree

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/140-141

The East View of Derby

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/142-143

Derby

 

1794

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Derby

 

1798

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Derby (from 'The Beauties of England and Wales')

 

1803

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Derby taken from an old painting in the possession of Mr Harwood

 

 

D369/G/Zp/149

Mr Taylor's Silk Mill, Derby

 

[early 19th cent]

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Derby, from Buxton Toll Bar

 

[early 19th cent]

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South West View of St Werburgh's Church

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/152

Meeting House in Friar-Gate

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/153

West View of the Theatre

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/154

North East View of the Free School

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/155

South View of the New Bridge over ye River Derwent

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/156

West View of the Devonshire Alms House

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/157-158

Alms Houses for the Widows of Clergymen (Larges)

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/159

North View of the Town Hall

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/160

South West View of the County Gaol (sic)

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/161

South View of the County Hall

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/162

South View of the Black Hospital

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/163

All Saints', Derby (from the European Magazine)

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/164-165

All Saints' Church (from The Beauties of England and Wales)

 

1803

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All Saints Church

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/167

Interior of All Saints' Church

 

1848

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All Saints' Church (interior)

 

[c. 1850]

D369/G/Zp/169

All Saints' Church

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/170

All Saints' Derby (interior)

 

1881

D369/G/Zp/171

Windows in All Saints

 

1881

D369/G/Zp/172

Painting by Rawlinson

 

1881

D369/G/Zp/173

Monument to Canon Lane

 

1881

D369/G/Zp/174

New Parish Church of St Paul (proof)

 

[c. 1850]

D369/G/Zp/175-176

Derby Market Place

 

1842

D369/G/Zp/177

Derby Town Hall

 

[c. 1850]

D369/G/Zp/178

Old Seven Stars, King Street

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/179

Larges Hospital, Friar Gate

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/180

Babbington House

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/181

Perspective View of the Great Central (Midland) Railway Station, Derby

 

[c.1845]

D369/G/Zp/182

St Mary's Bridge Chapel

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/183

Athaneum Royal Hotel, Post Office and Derby and Derbyshire Banking Co.

 

[c. 1850]

D369/G/Zp/184

Arms of Derby from an old panel found at Little Chester

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/185

Pencil sketch of a grotesque figure found at Lodge Lane

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/186

Encaustic tiles from the Friary

 

[c. 1860]

D369/G/Zp/187

Political cartoon - Derby Summer Meeting

 

1886

D369/G/Zp/188

Plan of paths in Derby Arboretum

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/189

Pencil sketch of Dovedale (by T K Miller?)

 

[c. 1820]

D369/G/Zp/190

Pencil sketch of Dovedale (by T K Miller)

 

[c. 1820]

D369/G/Zp/191

Pencil and wash sketch of Dovedale (by T K Miller)

 

1822

D369/G/Zp/192

Views in Dovedale (from the Gentleman's Magazine)

 

1794

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Dove Dale (from the Gentleman's Magazine)

 

1794

D369/G/Zp/194

Straits of Dove Dale (from The Beauties of England and Wales)

 

1806

D369/G/Zp/195

View in Dove Dale from the Staffordshire side of the River

 

1823

D369/G/Zp/196

View from near Reynards Hall, Dove Dale

 

1823

D369/G/Zp/197-198

View in Dove Dale

 

1829

D369/G/Zp/199

Entrance to Dove Dale and Scene in Dove Dale (from The Penny Magazine)

 

1834

D369/G/Zp/200

Dovedale

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/201

Drakelow Hall

 

[c. 1850]

D369/G/Zp/202-203

Dronfield Church

 

1807

D369/G/Zp/204

Stone Stalls in the Chancel of Dronfield Church

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/205-206

Duffield Bridge (from the Gentleman's Magazine)

 

1792

D369/G/Zp/207a

N W view of Duffield Church - mounted on paper

Identical to D369/G/Zp/207b, separate packaging

[c. 1850]

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N W view of Duffield Church - removed from backing

Identical to D369/G/Zp/207a, separate packaging

[c. 1850]

D369/G/Zp/208

Duffield (Church)

 

[c. 1860]

D369/G/Zp/209

Egginton Church

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/210

Egginton Church (interior)

 

 

D369/G/Zp/211-212

Eldon Hole

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/213

Etwall Hospital

 

1854

D369/G/Zp/214

The Rectory, Eyam

 

1846

D369/G/Zp/215

The Cross, Eyam

 

[c. 1860]

D369/G/Zp/216

Tomb of Mrs Mompesson and Runic Cross

 

1859

D369/G/Zp/217

Mompesson's Pulpit, Cucklet Church, Eyam

 

1857

D369/G/Zp/218

The Riley Grave Stones, Eyam

 

1857

D369/G/Zp/219

Ford House

 

[c. 1800]

D369/G/Zp/220

Haddon Hall: Pen and wash sketches of a Roman altar found at Haddon and the death mask of Lady Grace Manners

 

1779

D369/G/Zp/221

Plan of the Ground Floor of Haddon Hall

 

1817

D369/G/Zp/222

A view of Haddon Hall

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/223

Haddon Castle

 

[late 18th Cent]

D369/G/Zp/224

View of Haddon Hall

 

1780

D369/G/Zp/225-226

Haddon Hall (from the Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet)

 

1807

D369/G/Zp/227

North-West view of Haddon Hall

 

1817

D369/G/Zp/228

Haddon Hall

 

1849

D369/G/Zp/229

Haddon Hall

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/230

Haddon Hall

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/231

Haddon Hall (from Dugdales England and Wales Delineated)

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/232-233

Haddon Hall

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/234

Part of the Lower Court of Haddon Hall

 

1817

D369/G/Zp/235

The Court of Haddon Hall

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/236

Dorothy Vernon's Doorway

 

[c. 1840]

D369/G/Zp/237

Entrance to Banqueting Hall

 

[c. 1840]

D369/G/Zp/238

Eagle Tower (proof)

 

[c. 1840]

D369/G/Zp/239

Drawing Room, Haddon Hall

 

[c. 1850]

D369/G/Zp/240

Various views in Haddon Hall

 

[c. 1840]

D369/G/Zp/241

Supplementary number to the History of Haddon Hall by S Rayner (contains ground plan, details of furnishings etc)

 

1837

D369/G/Zp/242-244

Old Hardwick (from the European Magazine)

 

1799

D369/G/Zp/245

Ruins at Hardwicke

 

[c. 1840]

D369/G/Zp/246

Hardwick Hall

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/247

Hardwicke Hall (with description)

 

[c. 1840]

D369/G/Zp/248

Hardwicke Hall

 

[c. 1840]

D369/G/Zp/249

The Presence Chamber, Hardwicke Hall

 

[c. 1840]

D369/G/Zp/250

Harthill: Hermitage at Carclifffe

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/251

South Doorway, Hognaston Church

 

1849

D369/G/Zp/252

The Church of St Mary at Ilkeston

 

[c. 1850]

D369/G/Zp/253

Fragments from Gresley Priory

 

1861

D369/G/Zp/254

Watering Place by the road side near Grindleford Bridge

 

[c. 1820]

D369/G/Zp/255

Old House at Hilton

 

[late 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/256

Ancient Cross at Hope

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/257

Houghton Old Hall

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/258

Kedleston: Principal front of the Chapel (unexecuted design by James Paine)

 

[c. 1780]

D369/G/Zp/259

North front of Kedleston (design by James Paine)

 

[c. 1780]

D369/G/Zp/260

Kedleston (from 'The Beauties of England and Wales')

 

1804

D369/G/Zp/261

Kedleston (Church)

 

[c. 1850]

D369/G/Zp/262

Kedleston

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/263

Interior of King's Newton Hall

 

1846

D369/G/Zp/264

Mackworth Castle (from the European Magazine)

 

1793

D369/G/Zp/265-266

Mackworth Castle

 

1825

D369/G/Zp/267-269

Mackworth Castle

 

[late 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/270

Pencil sketch - "View on the River Derwent at Matlock" (by T K Miller?)

 

1822

D369/G/Zp/271

Pencil and chalk sketch of the Post Office, Matlock (by T K Miller?)

 

[c. 1820]

D369/G/Zp/272-273

Matlock Torr

 

1790

D369/G/Zp/274-275

View in Matlock Vale

 

1785

D369/G/Zp/276

Church Rocks at Matlock

 

1817

D369/G/Zp/277-278

Northern Entrance into Matlock Dale

 

1822

D369/G/Zp/279

Funeral garland in Matlock Church

 

[c. 1840]

D369/G/Zp/280

Funeral garland

 

[c. 1860]

D369/G/Zp/281

Pencil sketch of Matlock Bath (by T K Miller)

 

1822

D369/G/Zp/282-283

A Perspective View of Matlock Bath . . . as it appears from the Grove called Lovers Walk (from the Modern Universal British Traveller)

 

1779

D369/G/Zp/284-285

View of the beautiful cascade, near Matlock Bath (from The Modern Universal British Traveller)

 

[c. 1779]

D369/G/Zp/286

Matlock High Tor

 

1785

D369/G/Zp/287

View of Matlock Bath

 

1789

D369/G/Zp/288

A Singular Groupe of Rocks near Matlock Bath (from the Gentleman's Magazine)

 

1793

D369/G/Zp/289-290

Matlock Bath

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/291

Ferry over the Derwent, Matlock Bath

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/292

The High Tor, Near Matlock

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/293

Rutland Cavern, Near Matlock

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/294

Melbourne Church (interior)

 

1860

D369/G/Zp/295

Melbourne Castle in 1602

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/296

Scene in Middleton Dale

 

1817

D369/G/Zp/297

Rocks in Middleton Dale

 

1817

D369/G/Zp/298-299

Rocks in Middleton Dale

 

1817

D369/G/Zp/300

Smelting House in Middleton Dale

 

1818

D369/G/Zp/301

Castle Rock in Middleton Dale

 

1818

D369/G/Zp/302

View in Middleton Dale

 

[c. 1820]

D369/G/Zp/303-304

View on the River Wye, Monsal Dale (from The Beauties of England and Wales)

 

1804

D369/G/Zp/305

Monsal Dale (from The Beauties of England and Wales)

 

1808

D369/G/Zp/306

Morley (Church)

 

[c. 1860]

D369/G/Zp/307

Ancient Tomb in Norbury Church (from the Topographer)

 

1790

D369/G/Zp/308

Window at Norbury Manor

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/309-310

The Ecclesiastical Architecture of Great Britain, Part I (Norbury Church)

 

[c. 1840]

D369/G/Zp/311

Views of North Lees Hall and Chapel

 

1868

D369/G/Zp/312

Norton Hall

 

1787

D369/G/Zp/314

Norton Church (from the Gentleman's Magazine)

 

1818

D369/G/Zp/315-316

The Church and Vicarage, Ockbrook

 

[c. 1850]

D369/G/Zp/317

Osmaston Manor

 

[c. 1840]

D369/G/Zp/318

Osmaston, Seat of Sir Robert Wilson (Wilmot?) (from The Beauties of England and Wales)

 

1806

D369/G/Zp/319

Osmaston Church, near Derby

 

[late 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/320

Pen sketch of grave slab at Parwich

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/321

Repton Church (from the Gentleman's Magazine)

 

1790

D369/G/Zp/322-324

Repton Priory from South West (from Gentleman's Magazine)

 

1811

D369/G/Zp/325

Plan and section of the crypt under the Chancel of Repton Church

 

1817

D369/G/Zp/326

Ancient Brick Tower at Repton

 

1817

D369/G/Zp/327

Repton Church, Crypt

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/328

The Crypt, Repton Church

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/329

Plan of Repton Priory

 

1883

D369/G/Zp/330

Rooter or Roo-Tor Rocks

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/331

Elevation of the south side of the Chancel of Sandiacre Church

 

1817

D369/G/Zp/332

Shardlow: Cavendish Bridge (from the Gentleman's Magazine)

 

1815

D369/G/Zp/333

South Wingfield: Various views of Wingfield Manor

 

[c. 1850]

D369/G/Zp/334

SE view of Spondon Church

 

[c. 1850]

D369/G/Zp/335

Rock pillar on Stanton Moor

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/336

Druidical circles of Stones, on Stanton Moor

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/337

Plan of the Druid Circles and Barrows on Stanton Moor

 

1784

D369/G/Zp/338

Staveley Church (from the Gentleman's Magazine)

 

[c. 1800]

D369/G/Zp/339

Plan of Steetley Church

 

1817

D369/G/Zp/340

Section of Steetley Church

 

1817

D369/G/Zp/341-342

Sutton Scarsdale: Sutton Hall

 

1882

D369/G/Zp/343

Photograph of font in Thorpe Church

 

[c. 1910]

D369/G/Zp/344

Tideswell: See D369 G/Zp 66

 

 

D369/G/Zp/345

Mock Beggars Hall, near Winster

 

1817

D369/G/Zp/346

Ancient stone found in Wirksworth Church

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/347

Wormhill Parsonage (and Church)

 

1847

D369/G/Zp/348

Portraits: Sir Richard Arkwright

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/349

Sir Francis Burdett

 

[c. 1800]

D369/G/Zp/350

William Cavendish, Third Earl of Devonshire

 

1817

D369/G/Zp/351

John Flamstead

 

[c. 1820]

D369/G/Zp/352

George III

 

1820

D369/G/Zp/353

William Jessop

 

1854

D369/G/Zp/354

Parkin Jeffcock

 

c. 1840

D369/G/Zp/355

Florence Nightingale

 

[late 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/356

Gervase Sleigh

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/357

John and Caroline Smedley

 

[c. 1860]

D369/G/Zp/358

Caroline Smedley

 

[c. 1860]

D369/G/Zp/359

Francis Wright

 

[c. 1850]

D369/G/Zp/360

Joseph Wright, ARA

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/361-362

Joseph Wright, ARA [19th cent]

 

 

D369/G/Zp/363

Berkshire: Eton College

 

[mid 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/364

Berkshire: Petty Canons Houses at Windsor

 

[c. 1800]

D369/G/Zp/365

Leicestershire: Measham (Church)

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/366

Nottinghamshire: Papplewick Hall

 

1792

D369/G/Zp/367

Worksop Manor

 

1795

D369/G/Zp/368

Staffordshire: Calwich Abbey

 

[c. 1830]

D369/G/Zp/369-371

Yorkshire: Middleton Church

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/372

Remains of Wombwell Hall

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/373

The entry of Lazarus into Hell

 

1595

D369/G/Zp/374

The Last Supper

 

1580

D369/G/Zp/375

Old Darby and Joan

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/376

The Old Man his Son and his Ass

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/377

Thomas Topham, The Strong Man

 

[c. 1800]

D369/G/Zp/378-379

Photograph of a coffin (?)

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/380

The Exact Measurement of Distances ... on the Manchester and London Turnpike Road

 

1828

D369/G/Zp/381-387

Miscellaneous sepulchral monuments

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/388-389

Pages from a scrapbook

 

[c. 1870]

D369/G/Zp/390

Bookplate

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/391

Satan playing at chess with man, for his soul

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/392-393

Reproduction of a 16 cent church inventory

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/394

Relics of Prince Charles Edward

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/395-396

Dramatic Illustrations

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/397

Photographs: Page from The Sketch re Trout hatching at Matlock Bath

 

1894

D369/G/Zp/398

Cutting from Derby Evening Telegraph - Derby Market Place 100 years ago

 

1957

D369/G/Zp/399-400

St Mary's Bridge and Chapel

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/401-402

Photographs of a cross shaft by Richard Keene Ltd, Derby

 

[c. 1902]

D369/G/Zp/403

Photograph of a photograph of Derby Market Place

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/404

Interior of Dale Abbey Church

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/405

The Hardinge Arms, Kings Newton

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/406

Haddon Hall

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/407

Cromford Bridge Chapel

 

[c. 1950]

D369/G/Zp/408

A font, photographed by Albert Heath, Clay Cross

 

 

D369/G/Zp/409

A stone head

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/410

Signboard of the Crewe and Harpur Arms Swarkestone

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/411

Unknown house

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/412

Chatsworth

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/413

Long Lane

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/414

Ilam Rock Dovedale

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/415

Dovedale

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/416

St Barnabas RC Cathedral, Nottingham

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/417

Unidentified cross

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/418

St Mary's Church, Leicester

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/419

Clock, Leicester

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/420

Municipal buildings, Leicester

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/421-422

Ashby de la Zouch Castle

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/423

Fountain, Leicester

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/424

Unidentified mansion

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/425

Blind Institution, Nottingham

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/426

Wilford Bridge

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/427

New Trent Bridge

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/428

Bestwood Hall

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/429

Newstead Abbey

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/430

Wollaton Hall

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/431-432

Nottingham Castle

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/433-434

St Mary's Church, Nottingham

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/435

Belvoir Castle

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/436

City Library, Nottingham

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/437

Nottingham Market Place

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/438

Nottingham Infirmary

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/439

Interior of unidentified Church

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/440

Unidentified county house

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/441

Club Room cottages, Horsley Woodhouse

 

1971

D369/G/Zp/442

Remains of Mill House, Smalley

 

1971

D369/G/Zp/443

Plaque on the wall of Club Room cottages

 

1971

D369/G/Zp/444

Kedleston Hall interior

 

[early 20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/445

Cornmarket, Derby

 

[early 20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/446

Melbourne Hall

 

[early 20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/447

Breaston Church

 

[early 20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/448

Cedar Tree, Castle Donington

 

[early 20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/449

Album of views of Matlock

 

[c. 1870]

D369/G/Zp/450

Rowsley Bridge

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/451

Grindleford Bridge

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/452

The Old Cross, Glossop

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/453

Baslow Bridge

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/454

Ashford Bridge

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/455

Hanging Bridge, Mayfield

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/456

Cromford Bridge

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/457

Duffield Bridge

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/458

Hathersage Bridge

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/459

Poor widows' dole cupboard, St Alban's Cathedral

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/460

Photographs of Barton Under Needwood Church

 

1906

D369/G/Zp/461

Photograph of unidentified house

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/462

Photograph of stone coffin unearthed at Dronfield

 

1905

D369/G/Zp/463

Index to prints

 

[early 20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/464-468

Portfolio of photographs of Derby Assembly Rooms by W W Winter, Derby

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/469

Folder containing Derbyshire cuttings from Country Life

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/470-523

File of photographs of Derbyshire church plate

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/524

Box containing 120 35mm slides of various churches - not Derbyshire (with index)

 

[20th cent]

D369/G/Zp/525

Framed Prints and Photographs: Derby (showing silk mill)

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/526-529

Photographs of Derby

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/530

View of Chatsworth House

 

[18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/531

Framed Prints and Photographs: 55 water colour sketches of Derbyshire scenery presented to the Derbyshire Archaeological Society by the Worshipful A T Lawrence, Chancellor of the Diocese of Southwell, including:

The original items have been withdrawn - colour copies of each are available

 

D369/G/Zp/531/1

Wirksworth Moor, Brick-Kiln

 

1785

D369/G/Zp/531/2

Black Rocks, Cromford

 

1786

D369/G/Zp/531/3

South and West sides of Chatsworth

 

1786

D369/G/Zp/531/4

South and West sides of Chatsworth

 

1786

D369/G/Zp/531/5

View of the Green House, Chatsworth

 

1786

D369/G/Zp/531/6

View of the Curbar Edge, Chatsworth

 

1786

D369/G/Zp/531/7

Snape's Mill, Nun's Green, Derby

 

1787

D369/G/Zp/531/8

Cupola to smelt lead, top Cromford Hill

 

1787

D369/G/Zp/531/9

Mr Haslam's dwelling house at Little Chester

 

1787

D369/G/Zp/531/10

Sir Richard Arkwright's cotton mill, at Cromford

 

1787

D369/G/Zp/531/11

View of the back of the rock and the road passing through it to Matlock Bath

 

1787

D369/G/Zp/531/12

View of High Tor

 

1787

D369/G/Zp/531/13

Breadsall Lower Road

 

1787

D369/G/Zp/531/14

High Tor

 

1787

D369/G/Zp/531/15

Stone quarry, Duffield Bank

 

1787

D369/G/Zp/531/16

Mr Strutt's cotton mill

 

1787

D369/G/Zp/531/17

Allestree church and part of the village

 

1787

D369/G/Zp/531/18

Dovedale

 

1786

D369/G/Zp/531/19

Mr Haslam's dwelling house, Little Chester, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/20

Wirksworth Moor, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/21

Rock House, Cromford, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/22

Mr Arkwright's Cotton Mill at Cromford taken from near the Greyhound Inn

 

1786

D369/G/Zp/531/23

Cromford Road - with bridge and chapel in the distance, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/24

High Tor, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/25

High Tor, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/26

Matlock, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/27

Matlock Bath, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/28

Near Matlock, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/29

Small houses near the first bath at Matlock Bath, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/30

Masson Mill, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/31

Breadsall, nd

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/32

Dovedale, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/33

Breadsall, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/34

Old Hall, Breadsall, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/35

Breadsall Common, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/36

Foremarke Church, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/37

River Manifold - on Ashbourne/Leek Road, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/38

Pickering Tor, Dovedale, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/39

Dove Dale, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/40

Dovedale, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/41

The Straights, Dovedale, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/42

The Straights, Dovedale, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/43

Bamster Hill, Dovedale, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/44

Unknown scene, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/45

Breadsall Common, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/46

Lower brook, Breadsall, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/47

Farm house, Breadsall, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/48

Breadsall church, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/49

Unknown scene, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/50

Foremarke Hall , nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/51

Dovedale, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/52

Rynard's Hall, Dovedale, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/53

Dovedale, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/54

Nottingham Castle, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/531/55

Nottingham Castle, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532

Large album of prints. [This volume has now been split up and each individual print mounted and sub-numbered.]

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/1

Contents page

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/2

Antiquities from Allestree Church, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/3

Monuments in Ashbourne Church, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/4

Inscription from Ashbourne Church, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/5

Ashbourne Church

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/6

Ault Hucknall Church

 

1799

D369/G/Zp/532/7

Barlborough Hall

 

1819

D369/G/Zp/532/8

Barlborough Hall

 

1819

D369/G/Zp/532/9

Beauchief Abbey

 

1814

D369/G/Zp/532/10

Beauchief Abbey

 

1787

D369/G/Zp/532/11

Beauchief Abbey

 

1783

D369/G/Zp/532/12

(i) Beauchief Abbey, (ii) Tissington Hall

 

1773, 1830

D369/G/Zp/532/13

Bolsover Castle

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/14

Bolsover Castle

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/15

Bolsover Castle

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/16

Bolsover Castle

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/17

Ancient Stones in Bradbourne Churchyard, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/18

Brailsford Church

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/19

Monument at St Peter and Paul, Brampton

 

1802

D369/G/Zp/532/20

Bretby Hall

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/21

Bretby Hall

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/22

The Crescent, Buxton

 

1792

D369/G/Zp/532/23

The Crescent, Buxton

 

[c. 1810]

D369/G/Zp/532/24

The Crescent, Buxton

 

1803

D369/G/Zp/532/25

Chatsworth House, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/26

Chatsworth House, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/27

Chatsworth House, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/28

Chatsworth House

 

1748

D369/G/Zp/532/29

Chatsworth House

 

1752

D369/G/Zp/532/30

Chatsworth House

 

1840

D369/G/Zp/532/31

Chatsworth House

 

1775

D369/G/Zp/532/32

Chatsworth House, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/33

Chatsworth House, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/34

Chatsworth House, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/35

Chatsworth House, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/36

Chatsworth House, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/37

Chesterfield Church

 

1819

D369/G/Zp/532/38

Brasses at Chesterfield Church

 

1797

D369/G/Zp/532/39

Monument at Chesterfield Church

 

1794

D369/G/Zp/532/40

Cromford

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/41

Dalbury Church

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/42

Dalbury Church - Interior

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/43

All Saints Church - Derby

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/44

Derby, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/45

Alms House, Derby

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/46

Alms House, Derby

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/47

Derby Market Place

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/48

All Saints Church, Derby

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/49

All Saints Church, Derby

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/50

All Saints Church, Derby

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/51

Derby Town Hall

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/52

Doveridge Hall

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/53

Doveridge House

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/54

Doveridge House

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/55

Etwall Hall

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/56

Dronfield Church

 

1792

D369/G/Zp/532/57

Dronfield Church

 

1819

D369/G/Zp/532/58

Duffield Church

 

[19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/59

The Perforated Rock nr Eyam

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/60

Ford House

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/61

Foremark Hall

 

1804

D369/G/Zp/532/62

Haddon House Interior, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/63

Haddon Hall

 

1780

D369/G/Zp/532/64

Haddon Hall, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/65

Haddon Hall

 

1830

D369/G/Zp/532/66

Haddon Hall, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/67

Stone Cist and Interments, Hitter Hill Barrow, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/68

Kedleston Church

 

1793

D369/G/Zp/532/69

Kedleston Hall

 

1818

D369/G/Zp/532/70

Dervention

 

1721

D369/G/Zp/532/71

Matlock

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/72

Matlock

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/73

Matlock

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/74

Matlock Bath

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/75

Matlock Bath

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/76

Matlock High Tor, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/77

A View of Matlock

 

1794

D369/G/Zp/532/78

Matlock

 

1795

D369/G/Zp/532/79

Matlock, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/80

A View of Matlock Bath in Derbyshire, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/81

The Cascade near Matlock Bath, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/82

Measham Church

 

1792

D369/G/Zp/532/83

Middleton Dale

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/84

A View on the River Wye, Monsal Dale

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/85

Morley Church

 

[c. 1860]

D369/G/Zp/532/86

Norton Church

 

1818

D369/G/Zp/532/87

Norton Hall

 

1787

D369/G/Zp/532/88

Norton Hall

 

1793

D369/G/Zp/532/89

Norton Church

 

1818

D369/G/Zp/532/90

Ogston Hall

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/91

Osmaston Hall, Derbyshire, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/92

Renishaw Hall

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/93

Repton Church Crypt

 

1817

D369/G/Zp/532/94

Brick Tower at Repton Church

 

1790

D369/G/Zp/532/95

Repton Church Crypt, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/96

South East View of Repton Church

 

1790

D369/G/Zp/532/97

View of Repton Church

 

1790

D369/G/Zp/532/98

Shirland Church

 

1794

D369/G/Zp/532/99

Smisby Church

 

1790

D369/G/Zp/532/100

Staveley and North Marston Churches, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/532/101

Staveley Hall

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/102

Steetley Chapel

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/103

Steetley Chapel

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/104

Sutton Hall

 

1822

D369/G/Zp/532/105

The Purseglove Memorial at Tideswell

 

[early 19th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/106

Whittington Rectory

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/107

Revolution House, Whittington

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/108

Revolution House, Whittington

 

[late 18th cent]

D369/G/Zp/532/109

Lodge at Wingerworth

 

1816

D369/G/Zp/532/110

Ancient Sculpture in Wirksworth Church

 

1821

D369/G/Zp/532/111

Ancient Brick Tower at Repton

 

1790

D369/G/Zp/532/112

Revolution House, Whittington

 

1789

D369/G/Zp/533

Cecily Jenner's scrapbook of photographs of Derbyshire church doorways including Bolsover, Newbold, Stanley, Darley Dale, Alsop-en-le-Dale, Scarcliffe, Monyash, Dalbury, Great Cubley, Eyam, Marston-on-Dove, Mugginton, South Normanton, Ashbourne, Pleasley, Doveridge Stanton-by-Bridge, Duffield, Sutton-on-the-Hill, Crich, Barrow-on-Trent, Sawley, Mickleover, Shirley, Kirk Langley, North Wingfield, Bakewell, Longford, Taddington, Hathersage, Chaddesden, Breadsall, Tideswell, Sandiacre, Repton, Brailsford, Kedleston, Mackworth, Kirk Ireton, South Wingfield, Ashover, Dronfield, Norbury, Church...

 

1939-1941

D369/G/Zp/534

NW view of Castleton Castle and the Devil's Arse, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/535

West view of Codnor Castle, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/536

NE prospect of Bolsover Castle, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/537

West view of Bolsover Castle, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/538

SW view of Beauchief Abbey, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/539

East view of Dale Abbey, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/540-541

Photographs of Cottons Fishing House, Beresford Dale, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/542-543

Photographs of Beresford Hall, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/544-545

Remains of Mediaeval bridge chapel at Cromford before and after restoration, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/546

Photograph of Packhorse Bridge near Derwent Hall, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/547-548

Photographs of Boat House stables, at Shardlow

 

1957

D369/G/Zp/549

Malt House adjoining the stables at Shardlow

 

1957

D369/G/Zp/550

Wheston Cross near Tideswell - rescued and restored on the initiative of the DAS, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/551

Motoring along Dale Road, Matlock, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/552

Photograph of a mediaeval deed, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/553

Canal warehouse - disused canal, not identified, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/554

Cottages at Kings Newton illustrating cruck building, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/555

Wilmot almshouses, Chaddesden Photographs, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/556

Part of the interior of Melbourne church, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/557-562

Photographs of Codnor Castle and dovecote, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/563

Photograph of Derby Silk Mill

 

[c. 1900]

D369/G/Zp/564

Slides

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/1-3

Cross shaft, Ashbourne

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/4

Leach font, Ashover

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/5

Tympanum, Ault Hucknall

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/6-7

Bakewell Cross

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/8

Bakewell porch stones

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/9-16

Stones at Bakewell

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/17

Blackwell Cross

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/18

Tympanum, Bolsover

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/19-22

Cross, Bradbourne

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/23

Norman Font, Church Broughton

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/24

Shaft, Darley

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/25-26

Cross shaft, Darley

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/27-29

Eyam Cross

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/30

Old font, Haddon Hall

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/31

Tympanum, Hognaston

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/32-33

Hope Cross

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/34

Kirk Hallam font

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/35

Mellor font

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/36

Tympanum, Parwich

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/37

Font, Somersal Herbert

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/38

Cross, Spondon

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/39

Norman font, Tissington

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/40

Tympanum, Tissington

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/41

Saxon font, Wilne

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/42-44

Winster font

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/45

Norman font, Wirksworth

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/46

Tomb, Wirksworth

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/47-50

Youlgreave font

 

 

D369/G/Zp/564/51

Youlgreave stoul

 

 

D369/G/Zp/565-566

Two cases of slides of unidentified ecclesiastical subjects, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/567-568

Dale Abbey windmill (Rev D H Buckley)

 

[c. 1970]

D369/G/Zp/569-574

Photographs, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/575

Strip lynchets at Horse Stead, Priestcliffe near Taddington, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/576

2 table tombs (one is Richard Harpur's tomb), nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/577

Wirksworth sarcophagus lid, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/578/1-6

Archaeological site (or sites) and archaeological objects, 3 of the site photographs endorsed Hazelwood and one Holbrook (in folder), nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/579/1-2

Green Low: grave pit from the East and deposit of bones, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/580

Skull and and associated bones, Dowell Cave, nd.

Available on CD 173

 

D369/G/Zp/581

Footwear ?from an archaeological dig, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/582/1-4

Duffield Castle, trenches IX - XII, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/583

Unexcavated ring ditch, Parwich Moor, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/584/1-2

Archaeological site, not identified, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/585/1-2

Finds from archaeological site, ?combs, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/586

Broken vessel ?from archaeological dig, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/587

Chelmorton archaeological excavation

 

 

D369/G/Zp/587/1

Barrow 1, kerb in trench B

 

 

D369/G/Zp/587/2

Barrow 1, kerb in trench C

 

 

D369/G/Zp/587/3

Barrow 2, general view from South

 

 

D369/G/Zp/587/4

Barrow 2, kerb and limestone

 

 

D369/G/Zp/588

Aerial view L9, photo by J K St Joseph, Cambridge University. Not identified. Shows square marking in hilly area near river, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/589

Railway line through bridge and climbing incline, (thought to be Crich Mineral Railway), nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/590

Milford Mills and weir, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/591

Royal Arms in Churches, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/591/1

Derby St Werburgh, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/591/2

Derby Cathedral, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/591/3

Foremark, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/591/4

Risley, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/591/5

Wirksworth, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zp/591/6

Wirksworth, nd.

 

 

D369/G/Zpe

Printed Ephemera: including printed material related to Agriculture, Charities, Church, Transport/Communications, Crime, Politics, Poor relief, Quarter sessions, Entertainment and social history and Miscellaneous

 

 

D369/G/Zpe/1

An act for dividing and inclosing a common called Holland Ward.

 

1771

D369/G/Zpe/2

Killamarsh Enclosure Act

 

1777

D369/G/Zpe/3-4

List of subscribers to the Derby Race Assemblies

 

1791

D369/G/Zpe/5

Eckington Enclosure Act

 

1795

D369/G/Zpe/6

Barlborough Enclosure Act

 

c. 1797

D369/G/Zpe/7-8

Cards advertising the sale of lime from Mr J Coke's kilns at Pinxton Wharf.

 

1810

D369/G/Zpe/9

Stud advertisements: Stallion 'Marmion'

 

1811

D369/G/Zpe/10

Stud advertisements: Stallion 'Petworth'

 

1811

D369/G/Zpe/11

Stud advertisements: 'Beautiful grey horse'

 

1811

D369/G/Zpe/12

Pinxton Enclosure Act

 

1812

D369/G/Zpe/13

Stud advertisements: Stud advertisements: stallion 'Banker'

 

1812

D369/G/Zpe/14

Stud advertisements: Stallion 'Master Richard'

 

1816

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