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North-West Derbyshire One-Place Study

Derbyshire

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Glossop

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Information below primarily relates to Glossop


Marjorie Ward

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1997

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marjorie.ward2

@btinternet.com


13 Oct 2013

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Yes

c.55,000

What is available varies according to what I have found and is practicable to transcribe. For example the 1841 census is transcribed for the whole of Glossop parish but the 1891 & 1901 census only for Hayfield; Mellor & New Mills. Both Chapel and Glossop have some jury lists. Glosssop and Hayfield have parish registers. Also there are several nonconformist chapels transcribed.

Also see my Disley One-Place Study which  covers Disley, Lyme Handley, Taxal, Whaley Bridge over the border in Cheshire

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