John Sutton

ID# 3250
     Marriage Banns for John Sutton and Hannah Bull were published on 6 October 1850 in St. Andrew's Church, Cubley, Derbyshire,
Register Entry states - John Sutton of the Parish of Barton under Needwood, Staffordshire, Bachelor & Hannah Bull of this Parish, Spinster. Banns read 22, 24 Sept. & 6 Oct. 1850 by R W Vevers, G Buckston & R W Vevers respectively.1

     John Sutton was married to Hannah Bull, daughter of Joseph Bull and Patience Slater, on Monday, 7 October 1850 at St. Andrew's Church, Cubley, Derbyshire.
     St. Andrew's Church Marriage Register - "Entry #35 -
John Sutton, Bachelor, Labourer, of full age of Barton under Needwood, Staffordshire, son of John Sutton, Butcher and Hannah Bull, Spinster of full age daughter of Joseph Bull, Labourer, signed J.S. and H.B. "her mark" in presence of James Bull and Francis Bull."2,3

     The U.K.Census of 30 March 1851 listed him as a Son in Law of the Head of Household - Patience Bull nee Slater, at Church Lane, Cubley, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          Patience Bull     Head     Widow     58     Pauper, formerly Ag. Lab's wife     DBY. Boylestone.4
     John's entry for the 1851 Census was recorded as -
          John Sutton     Son in Law     Married     22     Ag. lab.     STS. Burton.4
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Citations

  1. [S486] "Personal Research of Heather Eaton", between 1980 and 2015. Extracted from Parish Registers at Derbyshire Record Office at Matlock, by Heather Eaton in July 2004.
  2. [S1004] Transcribed from Parish Registers retained at the Church, stored by the area Record Office or Local Studies Library, or from Computer Records on-line.
  3. [S1009] Bishop's Transcripts of Parish Records held at County Records Offices, Transcribed by David Hall at Lichfield in September 2001.
  4. [S1851] The 1851 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 29/30 March 1851. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 2010; Folio: 556; Page ?; Schedule: 9.

Hannah Bull

ID# 3251, born about 1826, died 1895
Father*Benjamin Bull born abt 1780, died Jan. 1858
Mother*Ellen Blood born abt 1784, died Oct. 1854
Relationship9th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Hannah Bull, daughter of Benjamin Bull and Ellen Blood, was born in Longford, Derbyshire, about 1826.


     In the U.K.Census of 6 June 1841, Hannah was recorded as residing at Longford, Derbyshire.
     Hannah's listing is -
     Hannah Bull     15     F.S.     Yes (in the household of Ann Gilman, Farmer and her family).1

     The U.K.Census of 30 March 1851 listed her as a Visitor of the Household of Richard Meacham, at Hollington, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          Richard Meacham     Head     Married     53     Journeyman Shoemaker     DBY. Brailsford.2
     Hannah's entry for the 1851 Census was recorded as -
          Hannah Bull     Visitor     Unmarried     25     ---     DBY. Longford.3

     Hannah Bull was married to John Meacham on Sunday, 31 December 1854 at All Saints Church, Brailsford, Derbyshire, John Meachem, of Full Age, Bachelor, Shoemaker of Brailsford, son of Richard Meacham, Shoemaker & Hannah Bull, of Full Age, Spinster of Brailsford, daughter of Benjamin Bull, Labourer. By Banns. Witnessed by John Hough & Samuel Fox.4

     The U.K.Census of 7 April 1861 listed her as the Wife of a Nephew of the Head of Household - Thomas Hill, at Town Street, Ednaston, Brailsford, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          Thomas Hill     Head     Unmarried     67     Shoemaker emp. 1 man     DBY. Ednaston.5
     Hannah's entry for the 1861 Census was recorded as -
          Hannah Meacham     Nephew's Wife     Married     35     ---     DBY. Longford.5

     Hannah Meacham was left a Widow on the Death of her husband, John, whose Death was Registered in the Ashbourne Registration District, in the Oct-Nov-Dec Quarter of 1868.6

     Hannah Meacham, daughter of Benjamin Bull and Ellen Blood, was married to John Hill, son of Samuel Hill, in Derbyshire in 1870.
     Their Marriage was recorded in the Ashbourne Registration District in the Jul-Aug-Sep Quarter of 1870.7

     The 1871 U.K.Census listed her as the Wife of the Head of Household - John Hill, at Ednaston, Brailsford, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          John Hill     Head     Married     28     Boot & Shoemaker     DBY. Ednaston.8
     Hannah's entry for the 1871 Census was recorded as -
          Hannah Hill     Wife     Married     40     Boot & Shoemaker's Wife     DBY. Longford.8

     The 1881 U.K.Census listed her as the Wife of the Head of Household - John Hill, at Ednaston, Brailsford, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          John Hill     Head     Married     38     Agr. Lab.     DBY. Ednaston.9
     Hannah's entry for the 1881 Census was recorded as -
          Hannah Hill     Wife     Married     54     ---     DBY. Ednaston.9

     The 1891 U.K.Census listed her as the Wife of the Head of Household - John Hill, at Mill Lane, Shirley, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          John Hill     Head     Married     48     Agricultural Labourer     DBY. Ednaston.10
     Hannah's entry for the 1891 Census was recorded as -
          Hannah Hill     Wife     Married     59     ---     DBY. Longford.10

     Hannah Hill, daughter of Benjamin Bull and Ellen Blood, died in 1895 in Derbyshire, her Death was Registered at the Burton Register Office in the Apr-May-Jun Quarter of 1895, She was survived by her husband, John.11
ChartsBULL Tree
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Citations

  1. [S1844] The 1841 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 5/6 June 1841. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 181 / 10; Folio: 7; Page 16.
  2. [S1851] The 1851 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 29/30 March 1851. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 2146; Folio: 98; Page: 25; Schedule: 95;.
  3. [S1861] The 1861 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 6/7 April 1861. PRO Ref: RG9 Piece: 2519; Folio: 50; Page: 17; Schedule: 20;.
  4. [S486] "Personal Research of Heather Eaton", between 1980 and 2015. Extracted from Registrar's Marriage Index.
  5. [S1861] The 1861 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 6/7 April 1861. PRO Ref: RG9 Piece: 2519; Foilo 7; Page: 8 ; Schedule 40.
  6. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths Q4 1868 Ashbourne 7b 325 age 41.
  7. [S108] General Register Office - Index of Marriages, Q3 1870 Ashbourne 7b 735.
  8. [S1871] The 1871 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 1/2 April 1871. PRO Ref: RG10 Piece: 3596; Folio: 17; Page 28; Schedule 136.
  9. [S1881] The 1881 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 3/4 April 1881. PRO Ref: RG11 Piece: 3421; Folio: 18; Page 29; Schedule 140.
  10. [S1891] The 1891 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 4/5 April 1891. PRO Ref: RG12 Piece: 2751; Folio: 33; Page: 5 ; Schedule 33.
  11. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths Q2 1895 Burton 6b 229.

Hannah Bull

ID# 3252, born 28 November 1828
Father*Joseph Bull born abt 1790, died b 1841
Mother*Patience Slater born abt 1790, died Jul. 1852
     Hannah Bull, daughter of Joseph Bull and Patience Slater, was born in Cubley, Derbyshire, about 1828.
     She was Baptised on Friday, 28 November 1828 in St. Andrew's Church, Cubley, Derbyshire .
     St. Andrew's Church Baptismal Register Entry - "entry No. 220, "dau. of Joseph & Patience Bull of Cubley, Labourer", performed by Charles Williams, Rector."1,2

          The U.K.Census of 6 June 1841 listed her in the Household of John Tomlinson, at Cubley, Derbyshire, who is listed as -
     John Tomlinson     35     Shoemaker     (together with his wife, Phoebe, children Isabelle 6; George 5; & William 2m and 3 visitors.)3
     Hannah's entry for the 1841 Census was recorded as -
          Hannah Bull     Visitor     12     Yes.4

     Marriage Banns for Hannah Bull and John Sutton were published on 6 October 1850 in St. Andrew's Church, Cubley, Derbyshire,
Register Entry states - John Sutton of the Parish of Barton under Needwood, Staffordshire, Bachelor & Hannah Bull of this Parish, Spinster. Banns read 22, 24 Sept. & 6 Oct. 1850 by R W Vevers, G Buckston & R W Vevers respectively.5

     Hannah Bull, daughter of Joseph Bull and Patience Slater, was married to John Sutton on Monday, 7 October 1850 at St. Andrew's Church, Cubley, Derbyshire.
     St. Andrew's Church Marriage Register - "Entry #35 -
John Sutton, Bachelor, Labourer, of full age of Barton under Needwood, Staffordshire, son of John Sutton, Butcher and Hannah Bull, Spinster of full age daughter of Joseph Bull, Labourer, signed J.S. and H.B. "her mark" in presence of James Bull and Francis Bull."1,2

     The 1851 U.K.Census  listed her as a daughter of the Head of Household - Patience Bull nee Slater, at Church Lane, Cubley, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          Patience Bull     Head     Widow     58     Pauper, formerly Ag. Lab's wife     DBY. Boylestone.6
     Hannah's entry for the 1851 Census was recorded as -
          Hannah Sutton     Daughter     Married     23     ---     DBY. Cubley.6
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  1. [S1004] Transcribed from Parish Registers retained at the Church, stored by the area Record Office or Local Studies Library, or from Computer Records on-line.
  2. [S1009] Bishop's Transcripts of Parish Records held at County Records Offices, Transcribed by David Hall at Lichfield in September 2001.
  3. [S1844] The 1841 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 5/6 June 1841. PRO Ref: HO 107 /.
  4. [S1844] The 1841 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 5/6 June 1841. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Folio: 17; Page 10;.
  5. [S486] "Personal Research of Heather Eaton", between 1980 and 2015. Extracted from Parish Registers at Derbyshire Record Office at Matlock, by Heather Eaton in July 2004.
  6. [S1851] The 1851 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 29/30 March 1851. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 2010; Folio: 556; Page ?; Schedule: 9.

Joseph Bull

ID# 3253, born about 1790, died before 1841
     Joseph Bull was born about 1790.


     Joseph Bull was married to Patience Slater on Sunday, 20 November 1814.
     ; Entry #7 - Joseph Bull, of Cubley, Labourer and Patience Slater of this Parish were Married by Banns.
Joseph Signed and Patience Marked.
Witnessed by Sarah Morley & William Gaunt.1

     Joseph Bull died before 1841,"wife stated to be 'of Independant Means' in 1841 Census & 'A Widow' in 1851 Census", he was survived by his wife Patience Slater.

Family

Patience Slater born about 1790, died July 1852
Children
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  1. [S1004] Transcribed from Parish Registers retained at the Church, stored by the area Record Office or Local Studies Library, or from Computer Records on-line ,
    (Details Researched and Extracted by Martin Jackson on 10 November 2017).

Patience Slater

ID# 3254, born about 1790, died July 1852
     Patience Slater was born in Boylestone, Derbyshire, about 1790.


     Patience Slater was married to Joseph Bull on Sunday, 20 November 1814.
     ; Entry #7 - Joseph Bull, of Cubley, Labourer and Patience Slater of this Parish were Married by Banns.
Joseph Signed and Patience Marked.
Witnessed by Sarah Morley & William Gaunt.1

     Patience Slater was left a Widow on the death of her husband, Joseph before 1841.

          In the 1841 U.K.Census, held on Sunday, 6 June 1841, Patience was recorded as the first person in the Household at The Common, Etwall, Derbyshire,
     also in the Household were James Bull,
     the listing for the Household is -
          ; Patience Bull     F     45     Independant means     DBY.2
          ; James Bull     M     7     DBY.2

          In the 1851 U.K.Census, held on Sunday, 30 March 1851, Patience was recorded as the Head of the Household at Church Lane, Cubley, Derbyshire, also in the Household were John Sutton and Hannah Sutton nee Bull,
     the listing for the Household is -
          ; Patience Bull     Head     Widow     58     Pauper, formerly Ag. Lab's wife     DBY. Boylestone.3
          ; John Sutton     Son in Law     Married     22     Ag. lab.     STS. Burton.3
          ; Hannah Sutton     Daughter     Married     23     ---     DBY. Cubley.3

     Patience Slater died in July 1852, in Cubley, Derbyshire,"age 62."

     She was buried at St. Andrew's Church, Cubley, Derbyshire, on Wednesday, 28 July 1852.
     Cemetery Register Entry - # 387.4

Family

Joseph Bull born about 1790, died before 1841
Children
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Citations

  1. [S1004] Transcribed from Parish Registers retained at the Church, stored by the area Record Office or Local Studies Library, or from Computer Records on-line ,
    (Details Researched and Extracted by Martin Jackson on 10 November 2017).
  2. [S1844] The 1841 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 5/6 June 1841. PRO Ref: HO 107 / /sht. 7/.
  3. [S1851] The 1851 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 29/30 March 1851. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 2010; Folio: 556; Page ?; Schedule: 9.
  4. [S1004] Transcribed from Parish Registers retained at the Church, stored by the area Record Office or Local Studies Library, or from Computer Records on-line.

Hannah Bull

ID# 3255, born 25 May 1834, died 29 November 1853
Father*William Bull born 26 Jul. 1795, died 15 Jul. 1877
Mother*Elizabeth Knighton born 27 Apr. 1805, died 19 Apr. 1869
     Hannah Bull, daughter of William Bull and Elizabeth Knighton, was born in 1834.1
     She was Baptised on Sunday, 25 May 1834 in St. Michael's Church, Kirk Langley, Derbyshire .
     St. Michael's Church Baptismal Register Entry - "Entry #365 : Hannah, daughter of William & Elizabeth Bull, Labourer of Kirk Langley, was Baptised."2

          The U.K.Census of 6 June 1841 listed her in the Household of William Bull, at The Common, Kirk Langley, Derbyshire, who is listed as -
     William Bull     45     Ag. Lab     Yes.3
     Hannah's entry for the 1841 Census was recorded as -
          Hannah Bull     7     ---     Yes.3

     In the U.K.Census of 30 March 1851, Hannah was recorded as residing at Town Street, Kirk Langley, Derbyshire.
     Hannah's listing is -
     Hannah Bull     Serv.     Unmarried     16     House Servant     DBY. Langley     (in the household of George Jerram, Farmer & his family).4

     Hannah Bull, daughter of William Bull and Elizabeth Knighton, died on Tuesday, 29 November 1853, in Kirk Langley, Derbyshire,"Hannah BULL, 20, daughter of William BULL, Agricultural Labourer. Puerperal Peritonitis. William BULL in Attendance of Kirk Langley. Regd 2 Dec 1853. Joseph Bower, Regr."

     She was buried, Kirk Langley on Friday, 2 December 1853; Entry # 418.5
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Citations

  1. [S122] Details have also been derived or estimated from Census information.
  2. [S362] Ancestry.com. Derbyshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, 1813-1916 (Database on-line). Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Original data: Derbyshire Church of England Parish Registers, Derbyshire Record Office, Matlock, Derbyshire, England.
  3. [S1844] The 1841 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 5/6 June 1841. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 189 / 5; Folio: 5; Page: 4;.
  4. [S1851] The 1851 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 29/30 March 1851. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 2144; Folio: 72; Page: 3; Schedule: 8.
  5. [S1004] Transcribed from Parish Registers retained at the Church, stored by the area Record Office or Local Studies Library, or from Computer Records on-line ,
    (derived from Parish Registers, extracted by Heather Eaton in April 2004).

William Bull

ID# 3256, born 27 September 1818, died 26 December 1890
Mother*Anne Bull born 8 Jan. 1792
     William Bull, son of Anne Bull, was born about 1818.
     He was Baptised on Sunday, 27 September 1818 in St. Michael's Church, Kirk Langley, Derbyshire .
     St. Michael's Church Baptismal Register Entry - "Entry #76 : William, Illegitimate son of Anne Bull of Kirk Langley was Baptised by J. Clarke, Curate."1

          The U.K.Census of 6 June 1841 listed him in the Household of Cornelius Brough, at Town Street, Kirk Langley, Derbyshire, who is listed as -
     Cornelius Brough     40     Independant     Yes (Born in this County.)2
     William's entry for the 1841 Census was recorded as -
          Willam Bull     20     M. Servant     Yes (Born in this County.)3

     William Bull, son of Anne Bull, was married to Elizabeth Laban, daughter of Isaac Laban and Elizabeth, on Sunday, 1 May 1842 at St. Alkmund's Church, Duffield, Derbyshire.
     St. Alkmund's Church Marriage Register - "Entry #485 : William Bull, Full Age, Bachelor, Labourer of Windley, son of John Bull, Labourer was Married After Banns to Elizabeth Laban, Full Age, Spinster of Windley, daughter of Isaac Laban, Pig Dealer.
     Both William and Elizabeth signed with their Mark and Witnessed by Henry x Laban and Hannah Page."4

          In the 1851 U.K.Census, held on Sunday, 30 March 1851, William was recorded as the Head of the Household at Snelston, Staffordshire, also in the Household were Elizabeth Laban, Samuel Bull, John Bull, Henry Bull and Hannah Bull,
     the listing for the Household is -
          ; William Bull     Head     Married     32     Ag. Lab.     DBY. Langley.5
          ; Elizabeth Bull     Wife     Married     36     Ag. Lab's Wife     DBY. Burnaston.5
          ; Samuel Bull     Son     10     Scholar     DBY. Burnaston.5
          ; John Bull     Son     8     Scholar     DBY. Burnaston.5
          ; Henry Bull     Son     6     Scholar     DBY. Norbury.5
          ; Hannah Bull     Daughter     4     DBY. Norbury.5

          In the 1861 U.K.Census, held on Saturday, 6 April 1861, William was recorded as the Head of the Household at Cubley, Derbyshire, also in the Household were Elizabeth Laban, Hannah Bull, Henry Bull, William Alfred Bull and John Bull,
     the listing for the Household is -
          ; William Bull     Head     Married     42     Labourer     DBY. Langley.6
          ; Elizabeth Bull     Wife     Married     46     Labourer's Wife     DBY. Burnaston.6
          ; John Bull     Son     Unmarried     18     Labourer     DBY. Burnaston.6
          ; Henry Bull     Son     16     ---     DBY. Roston.6
          ; Hannah Bull     Daughter     14     ---     DBY. Roston.6
          ; Alfred W. Bull     Son     5     ---     DBY. Snelstone.6

          In the 1871 U.K.Census, held on Sunday, 2 April 1871, William was recorded as the Head of the Household at Hollis Lane, Cubley, Derbyshire, also in the Household were Elizabeth Laban and William Alfred Bull,
     the listing for the Household is -
          ; William Bull     Head     Married     52     Ag.Lab.     DBY. Langley.7
          ; Elizabeth Bull     Wife     Married     55     Ag.Lab's Wife     DBY. Burniston.7
          ; William Bull     Son     Unmarried     15     ---     DBY. Snelston.7

          In the 1881 U.K.Census, held on Sunday, 3 April 1881, William was recorded as the Head of the Household at Hollies Lane, Cubley, Derbyshire, also in the Household were Elizabeth Laban, William Alfred Bull and Harriett Bull,
     the listing for the Household is -
          ; William Bull     Head     Married     62     Ag. Lab.     DBY. Langley.8
          ; Elizabeth Bull     Wife     Married     65     Ag. Lab's Wife     DBY. Burniston.8
          ; A.W. Bull     Son     Unmarried     25     Ag. Lab.     DBY. Snelston.8
          ; Harriet Bull     Gr.Daughter     7     Scholar     DBY. Cubley.8

     William Bull, son of Anne Bull, died on Friday, 26 December 1890 in Derbyshire, his Death was Registered at the Uttoxeter Register Office in the Jan-Feb-Mar Quarter of 1890, He was survived by his wife, Elizabeth.9

     He was buried at St. Andrew's Churchyard, Cubley, Derbyshire, on Wednesday, 31 December 1890.
     Cemetery Register Entry - Entry #617 : William Bull of Cubley, aged 72 years, was Buried.10 William Bull was buried in St. Andrew's Churchyard, Cubley, Derbyshire, on Wednesday, 31 December 1890.
     Monumental Inscription - (in extreme SW corner of churchyard) "In / memory of / WILLIAM BULL / of Cubley / Who (?) died Dec 26th 1890 / Aged 72 years / "None (? …… continuation faint, and partly covered with moss and lichen, but extends to one line only, poss ending in a number = bible reference ?)11"

Family

Elizabeth Laban born 22 April 1821, died 31 December 1892
Children
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Citations

  1. [S362] Ancestry.com. Derbyshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, 1813-1916 (Database on-line). Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Original data: Derbyshire Church of England Parish Registers, Derbyshire Record Office, Matlock, Derbyshire, England.
  2. [S1844] The 1841 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 5/6 June 1841. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 189/5, Folio: 11, Page: 16.
  3. [S1844] The 1841 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 5/6 June 1841. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 189 / 5; Folio: 11; Page 16.
  4. [S364] Ancestry.com. Derbyshire, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1932 (Database on-line). Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Original data: Derbyshire Church of England Parish Registers, Derbyshire Record Office, Matlock, Derbyshire, England.
  5. [S1851] The 1851 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 29/30 March 1851. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 2146; Folio: 115; Page: 15; Schedule: 55.
  6. [S1861] The 1861 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 6/7 April 1861. PRO Ref: RG9 Piece: 1957; Folio: 41; Page: 8 ; Schedule 41.
  7. [S1871] The 1871 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 1/2 April 1871. PRO Ref: RG10 Piece: 2895; Folio: 33; Page: 3 ; Schedule 15.
  8. [S1881] The 1881 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 3/4 April 1881. PRO Ref: RG11 Piece: 2752; Folio: 32; Page: 3; Schedule: 16.
  9. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths Q1 1891 Uttoxeter 6b 233 age 72.
  10. [S366] Ancestry.com. Derbyshire, England, Church of England Burials, 1813-1991 (database on-line). Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Original data: Derbyshire Church of England Parish Registers, Derbyshire Record Office, Matlock, Derbyshire, England.
  11. [S316] Monumental Inscription.

Harriet Bull

ID# 3257, born 1860
Father*Thomas Marsh born abt 1835
Mother*Hannah Bull born May 1841, died 1909
Relationship11th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Harriet Bull, daughter of Thomas Marsh and Hannah Bull, was born in Derbyshire in 1860, her Birth was Registered at the Burton on Trent Register Office in the Jan-Feb-Mar Quarter of 1860.1      She was Baptised on Sunday, 28 October 1860 in St. Chad's Church, Longford, Derbyshire .
     St. Chad's Church Baptismal Register Entry - "Entry #1526 - Harriet Bull, base daughter of Hannah Bull, singlewoman and Thomas Marsh, labourer."2

          The U.K.Census of 6 April 1861 listed her as a Grand daughter of the Head of Household - Hannah Bull nee Milward, at Longford Lane, Longford, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
     Hannah Bull     Head     Widow     60     Charwoman     DBY. Longford.3
     Harriet's entry for the 1861 Census was recorded as -
          Harriet Bull     Grand-daughter     ---     1     ---     DBY. Longford.3

     Harriet Bull was married to John Wood on Saturday, 26 January 1878 at St. Peter's Church, Derby, Derbyshire, John Wood, 22, Bachelor, Labourer of 5 Albion Street, Derby, son of Henry Wood, Labourer & Harriet Bull, 19, Spinster, Silk Winder of 5 Albion Street, Derby, daughter of William Moorhouse, Labourer. By Banns. Witnessed by William Moorhouse x & Bertha Moorhouse x.4

     The 1881 U.K.Census listed her as the Wife of the Head of Household - John Wood, at 3 Court 3 Albion Street, Derby, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          John Wood     Head     Married     26     Labr. at Gas Works     DBY. Longford.5
     Harriet's entry for the 1881 Census was recorded as -
          Harriett Wood     Wife     Married     22     ---     DBY. Longford.5

Family

John Wood born about 1855
Children
ChartsBULL Tree (#1)
BULL Tree (#2)
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  1. [S107] General Register Office - Index of Births Q1 1860 Burton Vol: 6b, Page: 331.      Mother's Maiden Surname = BULL.
  2. [S362] Ancestry.com. Derbyshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, 1813-1916 (Database on-line). Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Original data: Derbyshire Church of England Parish Registers, Derbyshire Record Office, Matlock, Derbyshire, England.
  3. [S1861] The 1861 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 6/7 April 1861. PRO Ref: RG9 Piece: 2519, Folio: 30, Page: 10, Schedule: 47.
  4. [S486] "Personal Research of Heather Eaton", between 1980 and 2015. Extracted from Parish Registers at Derbyshire Record Office at Matlock, by Heather Eaton in July 2004.
  5. [S1881] The 1881 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 3/4 April 1881. PRO Ref: RG11 Piece: 3394; Folio: 20; Page 34; Schedule xx.

Thomas Marsh

ID# 3258, born about 1835
     Thomas Marsh was born about 1835.

Family

Hannah Bull born May 1841, died 1909
Child
ChartsBULL Tree
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Hannah Bull

ID# 3259, born 1842
     Hannah Bull was born in Thurvaston, Derbyshire, in 1842.


     In the U.K.Census of 30 March 1851, Hannah was recorded as residing at Thurvaston, Derbyshire.
     Hannah's listing is -
     Hannah Bull     Servant     ---     9     Nurse     DBY. Thurvaston     (Servant to Samuel Stretton, Farmer and his family).1
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Citations

  1. [S1851] The 1851 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 29/30 March 1851. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 2011; Folio: 41; Page: 10; Schedule: 32.

Anne Maria Bull

ID# 3260, born about 1846, died 1927
Father*James Bull born abt 1807, died 1866
Mother*Catherine Smith born abt 1808, died 1867
Relationship10th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Anne Maria Bull, daughter of James Bull and Catherine Smith, was born in Hilton, Derbyshire, about 1846.
     She was Baptised on Sunday, 4 January 1846 in St. Mary's Church, Marston on Dove, Derbyshire .
     St. Mary's Church Baptismal Register Entry - "Entry #265 - Anne Maria, daughter of James & Catherine Bull of Hilton, Spar-worker, was Baptised."1,2

     The U.K.Census of 30 March 1851 listed her as a Sister in Law of the Head of Household - George Hallam, at Marston on Dove, Hilton, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          George Hallam     Head     Married     22     Tailor     DBY. Hilton.3
     Anne's entry for the 1851 Census was recorded as -
          Hannah M.Bull     Sister in Law     5     Scholar     DBY. Hilton.3

     The 1861 U.K.Census  listed her as a daughter of the Head of Household - James Bull, at 81 Upper King Street, North Meols, Southport, Lancashire, who is recorded as -
          James Bull     Head     Married     55     Toy & Hardware Dealer     DBY. Hilton.4
     Anne's entry for the 1861 Census was recorded as -
          Hannah Bull     Daughter     Unmarried     15     Scholar     DBY. Hilton.4

     The U.K.Census of 31 March 1901 listed her as a Sister in Law of the Head of Household - Maria Bull, at Seafield House, Formby, Lancashire, who is recorded as -
          Maria Bull     Head     Widow     72     Living on own means     LAN. Manchester.5
     Anne's entry for the 1901 Census was recorded as -
          Hannah Maria Bull     Sister-in-Law     Single     55     House Maid - Domestic     DBY. Hilton.5

     The U.K.Census of 2 April 1911 listed her as a Servant to the Head of Household of Arthur Stanley Wolstenholme, at 6 Burlington Road, Birkdale, Ormskirk, Lancashire, who is recorded as -
          Arthur Stanley Wolstenholme     Head     44     Married     Commercial Traveller - Oil & Paint     LAN. Southport.6
     Anne's entry for the 1911 Census was recorded as -
          Hannah Bull     Servant     65     Single     Domestic     DBY. Hilton.6

     Anne Maria Bull, daughter of James Bull and Catherine Smith, died in 1927 her Death was Registered at the W.Derby Register Office in the Jan-Feb-Mar Quarter of 1927.7
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  1. [S362] Ancestry.com. Derbyshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, 1813-1916 (Database on-line). Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Original data: Derbyshire Church of England Parish Registers, Derbyshire Record Office, Matlock, Derbyshire, England.
  2. [S1009] Bishop's Transcripts of Parish Records held at County Records Offices, Extracted at Lichfield R.O. on 5 July 2004 by David Hall.
  3. [S1851] The 1851 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 29/30 March 1851. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 2011; Folio: 61 p.20; Schedule 105.
  4. [S1861] The 1861 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 6/7 April 1861. PRO Ref: RG9 Piece: 2762, Folio: 99, Page: 27, Schedule: 122.
  5. [S1901] The 1901 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 30/31 March 1901. PRO Ref: RG13 Piece: 3532, Folio: 35, Page: 2, Schedule: 14.
  6. [S1911] The 1911 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 2 April 1911. PRO Ref: RG14 PN22861 RG78 PN1339 RD457 SD5 ED21 SN136.
  7. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths Q1 1927 W.Derby Vol: 8b, Page: 745. aged 81 years.

Charles Robert Spalton

ID# 3261, born 1 December 1907, died 5 June 1993
Father*Charles Spalton born 13 Mar. 1874, died 1946
Mother*Susan Harriette Thornton born 3 Jan. 1878, died 1968
Relationship12th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Charles Robert Spalton, son of Charles Spalton and Susan Harriette Thornton, was born in Derby, Derbyshire, on Sunday, 1 December 1907, his Birth was Registered at the Derby Register Office in the Oct-Nov-Dec Quarter of 1907.

     The 1911 U.K.Census  listed him as a son of the Head of Household - Charles Spalton, at 68 Ashbourne Road, Derby, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          Charles Spalton     Head     37     Married     Corn, Hay and Straw Merchant     DBY. Dalbury.1
     Charles's entry for the 1911 Census was recorded as -
          Charles Robert Spalton     Son     3     ---     ---     DBY. Derby.1

     Charles Robert Spalton, son of Charles Spalton and Susan Harriette Thornton, was married to Eileen A. Rodbourn in Derby, Derbyshire, in 1935.
     Their Marriage was recorded in the Derby Registration District in the Apr-May-Jun Quarter of 1935.2

          The U.K. 1939 Registration for England & Wales of 29 September 1939 listed him with Arthur John Spalton, at Cromwell House, Church Broughton, Derbyshire, who is recorded as - Arthur J. Spalton;     DoB - 9 October 1910     Male;     Dairy Farmer     Married.3

     Charles's entry for the U.K. 1939 Registration for England & Wales was recorded as -
          Charles R. Spalton;     DoB - 1 December 1907     Male;     Provender Miller & Seed Merchant     Married.4

     Charles Robert Spalton, son of Charles Spalton and Susan Harriette Thornton, died on Saturday, 5 June 1993 in Hopcroft, Etwall, Derbyshire, his Death was Registered at the Derby Register Office in the Apr-May-Jun Quarter of 1993.5

     Probate for Charles's Estate was granted on 26 August 1993 at Manchester.
     Probate Register Entry - " Charles Robert Spalton of 'Hopcroft', Etwall, Derbyshire died on 5 June 1993.
     Probate was Granted at Manchester on 26 August 1993.
     Effects = <£125000."6
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  1. [S1911] The 1911 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 2 April 1911. PRO Ref: RG14 PN20917 RG78 PN1247B RD435 SD2 ED46 SN248.
  2. [S108] General Register Office - Index of Marriages, Q2 1935 Derby Vol: 7b, Page: 1510.
  3. [S1939] U.K. 1939 Register Transcription for England & Wales, Ref: RG101/5966F/002/2 Letter Code: RCUB.     Schedule: 1 Sub-Number: 1.
  4. [S1939] U.K. 1939 Register Transcription for England & Wales, Ref: RG101/5966F/002/2 Letter Code: RCUB.     Schedule: 1 Sub-Number: 4.
  5. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths Q2 19993 Derby - 3941E E24C 043 0693.     DoB = 1 December 1907.
  6. [S322] Calendar of the Grants of Probate & Letters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Court of Justice. © Crown copyright.
         Details Researched and Extracted by Martin Jackson on 19 October 2020.

Harriet Bull

ID# 3262, born 12 June 1836, died March 1837
Father*Samuel Bull born 1810
Mother*Ruth Smith born 1812, died Dec. 1837
     Harriet Bull, daughter of Samuel Bull and Ruth Smith, was born in Longford, Derbyshire, on Thursday, 12 May 1836.
     She was Baptised on Sunday, 12 June 1836 in St. Chad's Church, Longford, Derbyshire .
     St. Chad's Church Baptismal Register Entry - "Entry #809 - Harriett, daughter of Samuel and Ruth Bull of Longford, Labourer. (born 12 May 1836.)1"

     Harriet Bull, daughter of Samuel Bull and Ruth Smith, died in March 1837,"age 10 months."

     She was buried in St. Chad's Church, Longford on Tuesday, 28 March 1837.
     St. Chad's Church Parish Register Entry - 'Register Entry 401 - Harriet Bull of Longford, aged 10 months.2'
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  1. [S362] Ancestry.com. Derbyshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, 1813-1916 (Database on-line). Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Original data: Derbyshire Church of England Parish Registers, Derbyshire Record Office, Matlock, Derbyshire, England.
  2. [S1004] Transcribed from Parish Registers retained at the Church, stored by the area Record Office or Local Studies Library, or from Computer Records on-line ,
    (1813 to 1932 Entries extracted at St. Chad's Church in 1980 by Martin Jackson).

Samuel Bull

ID# 3263, born 1810
     Samuel Bull was born in 1810.


     Samuel Bull was married to Ruth Smith on Monday, 8 June 1835 at St. Werburgh's Church, Derby, Derbyshire.1

Family

Ruth Smith born 1812, died December 1837
Child
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  1. [S1000] Ancestral File. Online http://www.familysearch.org .

Ruth Smith

ID# 3264, born 1812, died December 1837
     Ruth Smith was born in 1812.


     Ruth Smith was married to Samuel Bull on Monday, 8 June 1835 at St. Werburgh's Church, Derby, Derbyshire.1

     Ruth Smith died in December 1837, in Hollington, Derbyshire,"age 25 years."

     She was buried in St. Chad's Church, Longford on Monday, 11 December 1837.
     St. Chad's Church Parish Register Entry - '#416 - Ruth Bull of Hollington, aged 25 years.2'

Family

Samuel Bull born 1810
Child
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  1. [S1000] Ancestral File. Online http://www.familysearch.org .
  2. [S1004] Transcribed from Parish Registers retained at the Church, stored by the area Record Office or Local Studies Library, or from Computer Records on-line ,
    (1813 to 1932 Entries extracted at St. Chad's Church in 1980 by Martin Jackson).

Harriet Bull

ID# 3265, born 11 June 1815, died September 1845
Father*Joseph Bull born abt 1790, died b 1841
Mother*Patience Slater born abt 1790, died Jul. 1852
     Harriet Bull, daughter of Joseph Bull and Patience Slater, was born about 1815, Calculated from stated age at Burial.
     She was Baptised on Sunday, 11 June 1815 in St. Andrew's Church, Cubley, Derbyshire .
     St. Andrew's Church Baptismal Register Entry - "Entry #35, "Harriet, daughter of Joseph and ...... Bull of Cubley, Labourer".
Bishop's Transcript shows "daughter of James Bull, labourer, of Cubley."1,2"

     Harriet Bull, daughter of Joseph Bull and Patience Slater, died in September 1845, in Cubley, Derbyshire,""age 30 years."2"

     She was buried in St. Andrew's Churchyard, Cubley on Sunday, 12 October 1845.
     St. Andrew's Churchyard Parish Register Entry - 'Entry # 311 - Harriet Bull of Cubley aged 30 years.1,2'
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  1. [S1004] Transcribed from Parish Registers retained at the Church, stored by the area Record Office or Local Studies Library, or from Computer Records on-line.
  2. [S1009] Bishop's Transcripts of Parish Records held at County Records Offices, Transcribed by David Hall at Lichfield in September 2001.

Frances Bull

ID# 3266, born about 1825
     Frances Bull was born about 1825.
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Harriett Bull

ID# 3267, born 30 September 1863, died 1900
Father*Thomas Bull born 1837, died 31 Oct. 1916
Mother*Elizabeth Thompson born 1841, died 11 Apr. 1881
Relationship11th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Harriett Bull, daughter of Thomas Bull and Elizabeth Thompson, was born in Kirk Langley, Derbyshire, on Wednesday, 30 September 1863.
     The details from the Birth Certificate are - Harriet, Girl, daughter of Thomas Bull, Postman and Elizabeth Bull formerly Thompson. Informant - Elizabeth x Bull, Mother, of Kirk Langley on 31 October 1863. Registrar - Joseph Bower.1      She was Baptised on Sunday, 1 November 1863 in St. Michael's Church, Kirk Langley, Derbyshire .
     St. Michael's Church Baptismal Register Entry - "Entry #946 : Harriett, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Bull, Postman of Kirk Langley, was Baptised."2

     The 1871 U.K.Census  listed her as a daughter of the Head of Household - Thomas Bull, at The Green, Kirk Langley, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          Thomas Bull     Head     Married     32     Rural Post Messenger     DBY. Dalbury Lees.3
     Harriett's entry for the 1871 Census was recorded as -
          Harriet Bull     Daughter     7     Scholar     DBY. Kirk Langley.3

     In the U.K.Census of 3 April 1881, Harriett was recorded as residing at Meynall Langley, Derbyshire.
     Harriett's listing is -
     Harriet Bull     Serv.     Unmarried     17     House Maid     DBY. Kirk Langley (in the Household of Godfrey Meynall, Magistrate and his family).4

     Harriett Bull, daughter of Thomas Bull and Elizabeth Thompson, was married to James Eley, son of William Eley and Ann Hallam, on Thursday, 29 July 1886 at St. Michael's Church, Kirk Langley, Derbyshire.
     St. Michael's Church Marriage Register - "Entry #174 : James Eley, 25, Bachelor, Labourer of Kirk Langley, son of William Eley, Labourer & Harriet Bull, 23, Spinster of Kirk Langley, daughter of Thomas Bull, Butler. According to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church. Witnessed by Thomas Bull & Mary Jones."5

     The 1891 U.K.Census listed her as the Wife of the Head of Household - James Eley, at Langley Common, Kirk Langley, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          James Eley     Head     Married     31     Groom     DBY. Kirk Langley.6
     Harriett's entry for the 1891 Census was recorded as -
          Harriet Eley     Wife     Married     27     ---     DBY. Kirk Langley.6

     Harriett Eley, daughter of Thomas Bull and Elizabeth Thompson, died in 1900 in Derbyshire, her Death was Registered at the Belper Register Office in the Jul-Aug-Sep Quarter of 1900, She was survived by her husband, James.7

Family

James Eley born October 1860
Children
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  1. [S100] Certified Copy of a Birth Certificate given at the General Register Office.
  2. [S362] Ancestry.com. Derbyshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, 1813-1916 (Database on-line). Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Original data: Derbyshire Church of England Parish Registers, Derbyshire Record Office, Matlock, Derbyshire, England.
  3. [S1871] The 1871 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 1/2 April 1871. PRO Ref: RG10 Piece: 3577; Folio: 59; Page: 5 ; Schedule 22.
  4. [S1881] The 1881 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 3/4 April 1881. PRO Ref: RG11 Piece: 3408 Foio: 63; Page: 9.
  5. [S364] Ancestry.com. Derbyshire, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1932 (Database on-line). Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Original data: Derbyshire Church of England Parish Registers, Derbyshire Record Office, Matlock, Derbyshire, England.
  6. [S1891] The 1891 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 4/5 April 1891. PRO Ref: RG12 Piece: 2741; Folio: 61; Page 18; Schedule 115.
  7. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths Q3 1900 (37) Belper 7b 369.
  8. [S122] Details have also been derived or estimated from Census information.

Harry Bull

ID# 3268, born 9 September 1879, died 18 October 1970
Father*John Bull born 1836, died 12 Aug. 1909
Mother*Sarah Ann Pattison born 30 Sep. 1845, died 29 Sep. 1925
Relationship10th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Harry Bull, son of John Bull and Sarah Ann Pattison, was born in Marston Montgomery, Derbyshire, on Tuesday, 9 September 1879, his Birth was Registered at the Uttoxeter Register Office in the Oct-Nov-Dec Quarter of 1879.1,2

     The 1881 U.K.Census  listed him as a son of the Head of Household - John Bull, at Marston Bank, Marston Montgomery, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          John Bull     44     MarriedCubley, Derby, England     Rel: Head Occ: Farmer 62 Acres.3
     Harry's entry for the 1881 Census was recorded as -
          Harry Bull 1 M Marston Mont, Derby, England     Rel: Son.3

     The 1891 U.K.Census  listed him as a son of the Head of Household - Sarah Ann Bull nee Pattison, at Heaton Road, Rushton Spencer, Leek, Staffordshire, who is recorded as -
          Sarah Ann Bull     Head     Married     45     Farmer's Wife     LND. Islington.4
     Harry's entry for the 1891 Census was recorded as -
          Harry Bull     Son     11     Scholar     DBY. Marston Montgomery.4

     The 1901 U.K.Census  listed him as a son of the Head of Household - John Bull, at Mount Pleasant, Marston Montgomery, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          John Bull     Head     Married     65     Retired Farmer     DBY. Cubley.5
     Harry's entry for the 1901 Census was recorded as -
          Harry Bull     Son     Single     21     Farmer's Brother, Worker, At home     DBY. Marston Montgomery.5

          In the 1911 U.K.Census, held on Sunday, 2 April 1911, Harry was recorded as the Head of the Household at Mount Pleasant Farm, Marston Montgomery, Derbyshire, also in the Household were Sarah Ann Bull nee Pattison, Florence Elizabeth Bull, Edith Ann Bull, Elizabeth Bull and George Bull,
     the listing for the Household is -
          ; Harry Bull     Head     31     Single     Farmer     DBY. Marston Montgomery.6
          ; Sarah Ann Bull     Mother     66     Widow     Farmer's Widow, Retired     LND. Islington.6
          ; Florence E. Bull     Sister     38     Single     Farmer's Sister (House Work)     STS. Leek.6
          ; Edith A. Bull     Sister     29     Single     Elementary Teacher     DBY. Marston Montgomery.6
          ; Elizabeth Bull     Sister     27     Single     Farmer's Sister (Dairy Work)     DBY. Marston Montgomery.6
          ; George Bull     Brother     25     Single     Farmer's Brother (Working on Farm)     DBY. Marston Montgomery.6

          In the U.K. 1939 Registration for England & Wales, held on 29 September 1939, Harry Bull was recorded as the first person in the 2 person Household at Thurvaston, Derbyshire. Also in the Household was George Bull,
     the listing for the Household is -
          ; Harry Bull;     DoB - 9 September 1879     Male;     Dairy Farmer     Single.7
          ; George Bull;     DoB - 13 February 1886     Male;     Farming - Assisting Brother     Single.8

     Harry Bull, son of John Bull and Sarah Ann Pattison, died on Sunday, 18 October 1970 in Cubley, Derbyshire, his Death was Registered at the Ashbourne Register Office in the Oct-Nov-Dec Quarter of 1970.9,10 Harry Bull was buried in St. Andrew's Churchyard, Cubley, Derbyshire,
     Monumental Inscription - / Sacred / to the memory of / George Bull, / youngest son of the late / John and Sarah Ann Bull, / after a long illness patiently borne, / he entered into rest 24th October 1860 / aged 74 years / Thanks be unto God which giveth us / the victory through Our Lord Jesus Christ / 1 Corinthians 15 17 / also of / HARRY BULL, / brother of the above / at rest 18th October 1970, / aged 91 years /.11
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  1. [S107] General Register Office - Index of Births Q3 1879 Uttoxeter 6b 317.
  2. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:-      DoB derived from Death Registration.
  3. [S1881] The 1881 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 3/4 April 1881. PRO Ref: RG11 FHL Film 1341659 PRO Ref RG11 Piece: 2752; Folio: 45; Page 10.
  4. [S1891] The 1891 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 4/5 April 1891. PRO Ref: RG12 Piece: 2187; Folio: 47; Page: 2; Schedule: 14;.
  5. [S1901] The 1901 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 30/31 March 1901. PRO Ref: RG13 Piece: 2635; Folio: 77; Page: 4 ; Schedule 25.
  6. [S1911] The 1911 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 2 April 1911. PRO Ref: RG14 PN16740 RG78 PN1038 RD364 SD3 ED7 SN28.
  7. [S1939] U.K. 1939 Register Transcription for England & Wales, Ref: RG101/5931C/005/9 Letter Code: RCAM.     Schedule: 37 Sub-Number: 1.
  8. [S1939] U.K. 1939 Register Transcription for England & Wales, Ref: RG101/5931C/005/9 Letter Code: RCAM.     Schedule: 37 Sub-Number: 2.
  9. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths Q4 1970 Ashbourne 3a 9 DoB = 9 Sept. 1970.
  10. [S316] Monumental Inscription, DoD derived from M.I.
  11. [S316] Monumental Inscription.

Henry Bull

ID# 3269, born 28 September 1695, died September 1697
Father*William Bull born 1655, died Apr. 1704
Mother* born abt 1660, died 20 Sep. 1707
Relationship5th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Henry Bull, son of William Bull and , was born in Doveridge, Derbyshire, in 1695, possible place of Birth - Parents lived in the Parish.
     He was Baptised on Wednesday, 28 September 1695 in St. Cuthbert's Church, Doveridge, Derbyshire .
     St. Cuthbert's Church Baptismal Register Entry - "Henry, son of William Bull of Doveridge, was baptised."1

     Henry Bull, son of William Bull and , died in September 1697,"age 2 years."

     He was buried in St. Cuthbert's Church, Doveridge on Sunday, 15 September 1697.2
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  1. [S1000] Ancestral File. Online http://www.familysearch.org .
    Details Researched and Extracted by Martin Jackson.
  2. [S1004] Transcribed from Parish Registers retained at the Church, stored by the area Record Office or Local Studies Library, or from Computer Records on-line.

William Bull

ID# 3270, born 1655, died April 1704
Father*William Bull born 1615
Mother*Elizabeth Birkin born abt 1630, died May 1670
Relationship4th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     William Bull, son of William Bull and Elizabeth Birkin, was born in Doveridge, Derbyshire, in 1655, possible place of Birth - Parents lived in the Parish.
     He was Baptised in 1655 in St. Cuthbert's Church, Doveridge, Derbyshire .
     St. Cuthbert's Church Baptismal Register Entry - "William Bull, son of William Bull, was baptised."1

     William Bull was married to about 1680.

     William Bull, son of William Bull and Elizabeth Birkin, died in April 1704,"age 49 years."

     He was buried in St. Cuthbert's Church, Doveridge on Sunday, 6 April 1704.2

Family

born about 1660, died 20 September 1707
Children
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  1. [S1000] Ancestral File. Online http://www.familysearch.org .
    Details Researched and Extracted by Martin Jackson.
  2. [S1004] Transcribed from Parish Registers retained at the Church, stored by the area Record Office or Local Studies Library, or from Computer Records on-line.

Henry Bull

ID# 3271, born 12 May 1696
Father*Richard Bull born abt 1666
Mother*Margery Wright born abt 1670, died Nov. 1696
Relationship5th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Henry Bull, son of Richard Bull and Margery Wright, was born in Doveridge, Derbyshire, about 1696, possible place of Birth - Parents lived in the Parish.
     He was Baptised on Saturday, 12 May 1696 in St. Cuthbert's Church, Doveridge, Derbyshire .1
     
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Henry Bull

ID# 3272, born 22 November 1819, died 1870
Mother*Helena Bull born 6 Aug. 1790
Relationship9th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
George Yard, off Sadler Gate
     Henry Bull, son of Helena Bull, was born in Mayfield, Staffordshire, in 1819.1
     He was Baptised on Monday, 22 November 1819.
     ; Henry Bull, son of Ellen Bull.2

     In the U.K.Census of 6 June 1841, Henry was recorded as residing at Findern, Mickleover, Derbyshire.
     Henry's listing is -
     Henry Bull     20     M.S.     Yes (in the household of Richard Foster, Farmer and his family).3

     Henry Bull, son of Helena Bull, was married to Eliza Laban on Monday, 20 March 1843 at St. Helen's Church, Etwall, Derbyshire.
     St. Helen's Church Marriage Register - "Entry #14 : Henry Bull, 23, Bachelor, a Servant of Mickleover, no father named and Eliza Laban, 19, Spinster, a Servant of Burnaston, daughter of James Laban were Married by Banns.
     Both made their Mark and Witnessed by William Lovatt and Abraham X Bull."4,5,6

     Henry Bull was left a Widower at age 29, on the death of his wife, Eliza on 22 December 1848 in George Yard, Sadlergate, Derby, Derbyshire, who was Alleged to have been Murdered by her husband Henry, (refer to Inquest and Assizes reports that follow.)7,8

     CHARGE OF WILFUL MURDER
Inquest on the Murder of Eliza Bull.

Henry Bull accused of Murder (please refer to linked image of the Derby Mercury of 3 Jan. 1849)

CHARGE OF WILFUL MURDER.
On Thursday last, an adjourned inquest was held before Mr. Balguy, coroner, and a respectable jury, at the Town-hall,
Derby, on view of the body of Eliza Bull, whose death was supposed to have been caused by ill-treatment received
from her husband. It appears that the parties kept a brothel in the George-yard, Sadler-gate, and have four children.
The deceased was again enceinte; some blows received from her husband produced premature confinement and death.
The facts will be gathered from the subjoined evidence. Bull was taken into custody, and brought before the coroner and
jury, in the custody of Sergeant Hardy. He did not betray any feeling. We understand that he is a native of Longford,
and before he came to Derby had been residing on the other side of Ashbourn.
Anne Steward examined--My parents are both dead; I lodge with Mrs. Underwood, in Walker-lane; it is a regular
lodging-house; I went there last Sunday morning; I then lodged with the deceased, who, with her husband, kept a
house of ill-fame; there were three girls there; we were turned out at church time on Sunday morning; the deceased
was then living; I had lived at Bull's house five weeks; he and his wife had kept the house as a brothel about six months;
between seven and eight o'clock on the evening of the 16th instant, the deceased, learning that her husband was drinking
at the Black Boy public-house, which is only a few yards from Bull's house, sent me and Eliza Pearson to fetch him away;
we endeavoured to persuade him to go home, but he refused to leave the public-house, and we went back to Mrs. Bull
and told her so, Mrs. Bull then said she would go herself; she was perfectly calm and free from excitement; shortly after
she was gone, I heard the deceased scream, and went into the yard to see what was the occasion of it; I saw Bull strike
his wife twice, with great violence-once on the left side, and once on the head; he then caught hold of both her arms,
and swung her round from the house door into the house, and her head was struck against the pantry door with great
force; he was preparing to strike her again, when Eliza Pearson interfered, and prevented him, and he then left the house;
whilst he was illtreating his wife he used very abusive words, and repeatedly said he wished she was blazing in hell flames;
there had been no words of provocation used by the deceased to her husband. After Bull had quitted the house she
complained of a pain in her side and in her head, and lay down upon the "squab.” Bull returned to the house in about an
hour; we reproached him for illusing his wife, and told him he ought to be ashamed of himself; he did not make any remark,
but laughed. The deceased was with child, but did not expect to be confined until February. Shortly after Bull's return,
she fancied she had labour-pains coming on, and she was in the act of sending for Mrs. Smith, who is a midwife, to attend
her, when Mrs. Smith came into the house, and gave her a little gin-and-water, The labour-pains did not continue, nor did
they return until the following Monday night, when they continued throughout Tuesday, and she was confined of a still-born
child about one o'clock on Wednesday morning. I should have said that the deceased was ill from the Thursday preceding
the illusage she received from her husband, and complained of a pain in her head, She was very unwell on the Saturday
when Bull illtreated her.
Prisoner—She was taken with the night-mare on the Monday-night, and never was well after.
Examination continued—She remained very ill all the time until she expired at five o'clock last Friday morning. On the Tuesday
preceding her death, the deceased was taken very much worse, and I was present with Mrs. Smith when she said, addressing
her husband, “Henry, you wished me blazing in hell, and you will probably have your wish." To this observation Bull made no reply.
On the morning of Tuesday I was alone with the deceased, when she told me that on Saturday morning, the day on which her
husband ill-used her, she had felt the child move, and she then thought she should be confined earlier than she had calculated
upon, and that she had never felt the child since until that day, In the afternoon of the same day she repeated this in the
presence of Mrs. Smith.
Eliza Pearson examined—I had been an inmate at Bull's house about four months; on the night of Saturday the 16th,
I followed the last witness by the desire of the deceased, to the Black Boy to endeavour to persuade Bull to come home;
he was playing at bagatelle, and drinking; he refused, and then the deceased went herself for him, leaving me and Ann
Steward in the house; in about five or ten minutes we heard a noise in the yard and a scream, which we knew to proceed
from the deceased; we both run to the door, when we perceived that Bull had got the deceased against the door of the
adjoining house, and was knocking her head against the stone door-sill. He then took her by the arms, and swung her round
just as he would swing a cat round, into his house, her head coming in contact with the pantry door, which is about two or
three yards from the house door; she did not fall, as Bull still kept hold of her; he then let go her arms, and was going to strike,
her again, when I interfered and prevented him, Steward and I then abused him for his treatment of his wife and said he
wanted to kill her; he replied, he wished she was dead and in hell, blazing. He was rather fresh, but not drunk; Mrs. Bull laid
herself down upon the "squab," complaining of pains in her head and side from the blows which she had received. Bull returned
to the Black Boy; and deceased said she wished she could crawl she would fetch him back again, for that as we girls were going
into the town, it was a shame she should be left in the house by herself. After lying upon the squab some time, she arose and
again went to the Black Boy, and endeavoured to prevail upon Bull to return with her, but he would not. She then discharged
the landlady (Mrs. Marratt) from harbouring him, and threatened if she did she would break the windows, Marratt said she had
her bread to get, and refused to turn him out, upon which the deceased went into the yard and then returned into the parlour
with two stones in her hands, but her husband prevented her from hurling them at the windows, and shortly afterwards Bull
accompanied her home; and as they entered the house Ann Steward and I went into the town. We returned in about an hour;
Bull was not in the house when we came back; Mrs. Bull was lying upon the “squab” and still complained of violent pains in her
head and side, saying that her husband had hurt her head dreadfully, We had not been in the house more than five or ten
minutes before Bull returned. Deceased told us, in his presence, that after we had left the house Bull continued to ill-treat her,
and had dragged her off the squab upon the floor three times. We again upbraided Bull for his conduct, and he began laughing.
(The witness then proceeded to describe the condition of the deceased during the two following days; her evidence was corroborative
of the last witness's testimony. ) Bull was present on Monday morning when she said how violent the pain in her head was, and that
when she got up the pain left the head and went to her aide. Bull only laughed, and said he should have to fetch the midwife soon.
She called him a rogue, and said it was through him she felt the pains, and that it was no labour pains, but all through his ill-usage of her.
He made no answer, but laughed and sneered; she became much worse on Tuesday, and Mrs. Smith (or Hinckley) the midwife was called in;
she was confined early on Wednesday morning; Mr. Taylor and Mr. Greaves were present during the confinement, and continued to
attend her until she expired.
Mr. Greaves, (surgeon), examined—Immediately after 12 o'clock on Wednesday morning the 20th instant, I was called up by Henry Bull
with a request from Mr. Taylor, the surgeon, that I would go to him at Bull's house as the deceased was in her confinement in imminent
danger. On my arrival I found the deceased lying upon a bed in a state of great exhaustion, and Mr. Taylor in the act of delivering her.
I urged Mr. Taylor to deliver her as promptly as possible as it was the only chance of saving her. Mr. Taylor immediately succeeded in
removing the child, which was still-born. Whilst Mr. Taylor was delivering her I gave her stimulants, under which she slightly rallied for a time.
I remained with her about an hour afterwards and then left her in the care of Mr. Taylor. We called Bull up stairs after the delivery,
as we thought she would sink. Thinking she was dying she took leave of Bull, who cried a good deal, perceiving which she said " Never
mind, my lad, it is not through you"—or words to that effect. I continued to attend her until Friday when she died. I have since made
a post mortem examination. There were no external marks of violence with the exception of a wound upon the thumb which might have
been produced by a bite. There was no internal disease whatever. There was no internal evidence of the cause of her death. I have
no doubt that her death was caused by premature labour, which produced a shock upon her system from which she never rallied; and
I have no hesitation in saying that such premature labour was occasioned by the ill-treatment she received from her husband on the
Saturday preceding. After the post mortem examination Bull came to me, and, addressing me said, “I hope you will be merciful to me,
and be as easy as you can."
Mary Hinckley, formerly “Smith," (the midwife who was called in on the day preceding the delivery of the deceased), was next examined—
I have acted as midwife for nearly 20 years, I was sent for on the Tuesday morning to attend the deceased, but not finding the labour
advanced sufficient to require my immediate attendance, I left the house, and returned about seven or eight o'clock in the evening,
and remained with deceased until four o'clock next morning. In the meantime, seeing some awkward symptoms, I sent for Mr. Taylor,
the surgeon* What alarmed me first was her saying she had heard three distinct knockings at the door— (meaning, we suppose,
what are called, "death warnings.”) When I was with deceased on Tuesday morning, she said, addressing Bull, laughingly, “Henry, you said
you wished I was blazing in hell, and you will probably have your wish." (The witness proceeded to say, that the deceased was a very
wicked woman, when the coroner requested her to give evidence, not to preach.)
This being the whole of the evidence tendered, the coroner proceeded to sum up, and address the Jury. As far as the evidence had gone,
there was nothing to show provocation on the part of the deceased, and he did not, therefore, see how they could return any
other verdict than that of Murder. However, it was for the Jury to determine.
After consulting for a short time, the Jury returned a verdict of "WILFUL MURDER" against Henry Bull, who was committed to take his trial
at the assizes.
The Mayor was present during the proceedings.8


     CHARGE OF WILFUL MURDER
Assizes Report on the Murder of Eliza Bull.

Henry Bull accused of Murder - Not Guilty - Acquitted (please refer to linked image of the Derby Mercury of 21 March 1849)

Tuesday Mar 20th 1849 Lent Assizes Derby Mercury:

"Henry Bull age 29 charged with having at the parish of St Michael in the borough of Derby, feloniously and willfully murdered Eliza Bull.
Mr Barlow for the prosecution; prisoner defended by Mr Boden. The facts were, at the time of their occurring, fully detailed in our police
columns. The violence with which the prisoner was charged took place in a house of low description, in George Yard, in this borough,
which was kept by prisoner and his wife, he having been drinking at a public house, within a few yards of his own house, and the
unfortunate deceased having, in a state of excitement, been to fetch him home, and having threatened to break the public house windows.
The female was at this time far advanced in pregnancy. After evidence had been adduced describing the nature of the assault, Mr Taylor,
surgeon, said, he attended Mrs Bull at the request of her husband, and observing alarming symptoms wished for assistance, and sent
for Mr Greaves, surgeon. That gentleman promptly attended, and witness in his presence delivered the patient of a still born female
child shortly after Mr G.'s arrival. Witness continued to attend Mrs Bull until the following Friday, when she died. Witness attributed her
death to a premature labour being brought on through a shock to the nervous system, and such shock might have been occasioned by
a blow or a fall.
By Mr Boden. - When Mrs Bull thought she was dying, she told her husband he was not in fault. On a post mortem examination the
appearances were natural.
Mr Greaves, surgeon, corroborated last witness, but on his cross examination admitted that premature labour frequently takes place
from natural causes without the supervention of violence, and might have done so in this case.
The Learned Judge summoned up, and he was acquitted."9


     Henry Bull was married to Harriet Kingdon nee Sowter on Wednesday, 5 December 1849 at St. Alkmund's Church, Derby, Derbyshire, Henry x Bull, 30, Widower, Turner & Chair Maker of Willow Row, Derby & Harriet x Kingdon, 28, Widow, Needlework Woman, of Willow Row, daughter of Thomas Sowter, Publican. By Banns. Witnessed by Ellen Ratcliff & Joseph Wooley.10

          In the 1851 U.K.Census, held on Sunday, 30 March 1851, Henry was recorded as the Head of the Household at 8 Lees Yard, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, also in the Household were Harriet Bull nee Sowter, James Bull and Ellen Bull,
     the listing for the Household is -
          ; Henry Bull     Head     Married     30     Chair Bottomer     Derbyshire.11
          ; Harriett Bull     Wife     Married     27     Charwoman     London.11
          ; James Bull     Son     7     Scholar     Derby.11
          ; Ellen Bull     Daur     4     ---     Derby.11

     Henry Bull was left a Widower on the Death of his wife, Harriet, whose Death was Registered in the Shardlow Registration District, in the Jul-Aug-Sep Quarter of 1858.12

     In the U.K.Census of 6 April 1861, Henry was recorded as residing at 8, Court No. 2, St. Helens Street, Derby, Derbyshire.
     Henry's listing is -
     Henry Bull     Boarder     Widower     41     Labourer     STS. Mayfield (in the household of Eliza Stubbs).13

     Henry Bull, son of Helena Bull, died in 1870 in Derby, Derbyshire, his Death was Registered at the Derby Register Office in the Apr-May-Jun Quarter of 1870.14

Family

Eliza Laban born about 1820, died 22 December 1848
Children
ChartsBULL Tree
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  1. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:-.      
  2. [S1000] Ancestral File. Online http://www.familysearch.org .
  3. [S1844] The 1841 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 5/6 June 1841. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 189 / 10; Folio: 10; Page: 14;.
  4. [S364] Ancestry.com. Derbyshire, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1932 (Database on-line). Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Original data: Derbyshire Church of England Parish Registers, Derbyshire Record Office, Matlock, Derbyshire, England.
  5. [S1000] Ancestral File. Online http://www.familysearch.org .
    Extracted from Family Search - Jan. 2008.
  6. [S108] General Register Office - Index of Marriages, Q1 1843 Burton on Trent 17 5.
  7. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths Q1 1849 Derby 19 414.
  8. [S3008] Newspaper "Extracted from the Derby Mercury of Wed. 3 January 1849."
  9. [S3008] Newspaper "Extracted from the Derby Mercury of Wed. 21 March 1849."
  10. [S351] Date & Place details extracted from the "Derbyshire Registrar's Marriage Index" held by the Derbyshire Family History Society.
  11. [S1851] The 1851 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 29/30 March 1851. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 2133; Folio: 73; Page: 3 ; Sch. 9.
  12. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths Q4 1858 Shardlow 7b 234.
  13. [S1861] The 1861 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 6/7 April 1861. PRO Ref: RG9 Piece: 2496; Folio: 27b; Page: 6; Schedule: 29;.
  14. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths Q2 1870 Derby 7b 249 age 50.

Eliza Laban

ID# 3273, born about 1820, died 22 December 1848
     Eliza Laban was born about 1820.


Derbyshire General Quarter Sessions.
Crown Court, Wednesday 19 October 1842.
Charge - Larceny by Servant

Eliza Laban, 19, pleaded Guilty to Stealing, on the 12th August, at Findern, two sovereigns, two half crowns and three shillings, the property of Joseph Watson, her master.
Sentence - Three Months Imprisonment.1     

     Eliza Laban was married to Henry Bull, son of Helena Bull, on Monday, 20 March 1843 at St. Helen's Church, Etwall, Derbyshire.
     St. Helen's Church Marriage Register - "Entry #14 : Henry Bull, 23, Bachelor, a Servant of Mickleover, no father named and Eliza Laban, 19, Spinster, a Servant of Burnaston, daughter of James Laban were Married by Banns.
     Both made their Mark and Witnessed by William Lovatt and Abraham X Bull."2,3,4

     Eliza Bull nee Laban died on Friday, 22 December 1848, in George Yard, Sadlergate, Derby, Derbyshire,"who was Alleged to have been Murdered by her husband Henry, (refer to Inquest and Assizes reports that follow)", she was survived by her husband Henry Bull.5,6 CHARGE OF WILFUL MURDER
Inquest on the Murder of Eliza Bull.

Henry Bull accused of Murder (please refer to linked image of the Derby Mercury of 3 Jan. 1849)

CHARGE OF WILFUL MURDER.
On Thursday last, an adjourned inquest was held before Mr. Balguy, coroner, and a respectable jury, at the Town-hall,
Derby, on view of the body of Eliza Bull, whose death was supposed to have been caused by ill-treatment received
from her husband. It appears that the parties kept a brothel in the George-yard, Sadler-gate, and have four children.
The deceased was again enceinte; some blows received from her husband produced premature confinement and death.
The facts will be gathered from the subjoined evidence. Bull was taken into custody, and brought before the coroner and
jury, in the custody of Sergeant Hardy. He did not betray any feeling. We understand that he is a native of Longford,
and before he came to Derby had been residing on the other side of Ashbourn.
Anne Steward examined--My parents are both dead; I lodge with Mrs. Underwood, in Walker-lane; it is a regular
lodging-house; I went there last Sunday morning; I then lodged with the deceased, who, with her husband, kept a
house of ill-fame; there were three girls there; we were turned out at church time on Sunday morning; the deceased
was then living; I had lived at Bull's house five weeks; he and his wife had kept the house as a brothel about six months;
between seven and eight o'clock on the evening of the 16th instant, the deceased, learning that her husband was drinking
at the Black Boy public-house, which is only a few yards from Bull's house, sent me and Eliza Pearson to fetch him away;
we endeavoured to persuade him to go home, but he refused to leave the public-house, and we went back to Mrs. Bull
and told her so, Mrs. Bull then said she would go herself; she was perfectly calm and free from excitement; shortly after
she was gone, I heard the deceased scream, and went into the yard to see what was the occasion of it; I saw Bull strike
his wife twice, with great violence-once on the left side, and once on the head; he then caught hold of both her arms,
and swung her round from the house door into the house, and her head was struck against the pantry door with great
force; he was preparing to strike her again, when Eliza Pearson interfered, and prevented him, and he then left the house;
whilst he was illtreating his wife he used very abusive words, and repeatedly said he wished she was blazing in hell flames;
there had been no words of provocation used by the deceased to her husband. After Bull had quitted the house she
complained of a pain in her side and in her head, and lay down upon the "squab.” Bull returned to the house in about an
hour; we reproached him for illusing his wife, and told him he ought to be ashamed of himself; he did not make any remark,
but laughed. The deceased was with child, but did not expect to be confined until February. Shortly after Bull's return,
she fancied she had labour-pains coming on, and she was in the act of sending for Mrs. Smith, who is a midwife, to attend
her, when Mrs. Smith came into the house, and gave her a little gin-and-water, The labour-pains did not continue, nor did
they return until the following Monday night, when they continued throughout Tuesday, and she was confined of a still-born
child about one o'clock on Wednesday morning. I should have said that the deceased was ill from the Thursday preceding
the illusage she received from her husband, and complained of a pain in her head, She was very unwell on the Saturday
when Bull illtreated her.
Prisoner—She was taken with the night-mare on the Monday-night, and never was well after.
Examination continued—She remained very ill all the time until she expired at five o'clock last Friday morning. On the Tuesday
preceding her death, the deceased was taken very much worse, and I was present with Mrs. Smith when she said, addressing
her husband, “Henry, you wished me blazing in hell, and you will probably have your wish." To this observation Bull made no reply.
On the morning of Tuesday I was alone with the deceased, when she told me that on Saturday morning, the day on which her
husband ill-used her, she had felt the child move, and she then thought she should be confined earlier than she had calculated
upon, and that she had never felt the child since until that day, In the afternoon of the same day she repeated this in the
presence of Mrs. Smith.
Eliza Pearson examined—I had been an inmate at Bull's house about four months; on the night of Saturday the 16th,
I followed the last witness by the desire of the deceased, to the Black Boy to endeavour to persuade Bull to come home;
he was playing at bagatelle, and drinking; he refused, and then the deceased went herself for him, leaving me and Ann
Steward in the house; in about five or ten minutes we heard a noise in the yard and a scream, which we knew to proceed
from the deceased; we both run to the door, when we perceived that Bull had got the deceased against the door of the
adjoining house, and was knocking her head against the stone door-sill. He then took her by the arms, and swung her round
just as he would swing a cat round, into his house, her head coming in contact with the pantry door, which is about two or
three yards from the house door; she did not fall, as Bull still kept hold of her; he then let go her arms, and was going to strike,
her again, when I interfered and prevented him, Steward and I then abused him for his treatment of his wife and said he
wanted to kill her; he replied, he wished she was dead and in hell, blazing. He was rather fresh, but not drunk; Mrs. Bull laid
herself down upon the "squab," complaining of pains in her head and side from the blows which she had received. Bull returned
to the Black Boy; and deceased said she wished she could crawl she would fetch him back again, for that as we girls were going
into the town, it was a shame she should be left in the house by herself. After lying upon the squab some time, she arose and
again went to the Black Boy, and endeavoured to prevail upon Bull to return with her, but he would not. She then discharged
the landlady (Mrs. Marratt) from harbouring him, and threatened if she did she would break the windows, Marratt said she had
her bread to get, and refused to turn him out, upon which the deceased went into the yard and then returned into the parlour
with two stones in her hands, but her husband prevented her from hurling them at the windows, and shortly afterwards Bull
accompanied her home; and as they entered the house Ann Steward and I went into the town. We returned in about an hour;
Bull was not in the house when we came back; Mrs. Bull was lying upon the “squab” and still complained of violent pains in her
head and side, saying that her husband had hurt her head dreadfully, We had not been in the house more than five or ten
minutes before Bull returned. Deceased told us, in his presence, that after we had left the house Bull continued to ill-treat her,
and had dragged her off the squab upon the floor three times. We again upbraided Bull for his conduct, and he began laughing.
(The witness then proceeded to describe the condition of the deceased during the two following days; her evidence was corroborative
of the last witness's testimony. ) Bull was present on Monday morning when she said how violent the pain in her head was, and that
when she got up the pain left the head and went to her aide. Bull only laughed, and said he should have to fetch the midwife soon.
She called him a rogue, and said it was through him she felt the pains, and that it was no labour pains, but all through his ill-usage of her.
He made no answer, but laughed and sneered; she became much worse on Tuesday, and Mrs. Smith (or Hinckley) the midwife was called in;
she was confined early on Wednesday morning; Mr. Taylor and Mr. Greaves were present during the confinement, and continued to
attend her until she expired.
Mr. Greaves, (surgeon), examined—Immediately after 12 o'clock on Wednesday morning the 20th instant, I was called up by Henry Bull
with a request from Mr. Taylor, the surgeon, that I would go to him at Bull's house as the deceased was in her confinement in imminent
danger. On my arrival I found the deceased lying upon a bed in a state of great exhaustion, and Mr. Taylor in the act of delivering her.
I urged Mr. Taylor to deliver her as promptly as possible as it was the only chance of saving her. Mr. Taylor immediately succeeded in
removing the child, which was still-born. Whilst Mr. Taylor was delivering her I gave her stimulants, under which she slightly rallied for a time.
I remained with her about an hour afterwards and then left her in the care of Mr. Taylor. We called Bull up stairs after the delivery,
as we thought she would sink. Thinking she was dying she took leave of Bull, who cried a good deal, perceiving which she said " Never
mind, my lad, it is not through you"—or words to that effect. I continued to attend her until Friday when she died. I have since made
a post mortem examination. There were no external marks of violence with the exception of a wound upon the thumb which might have
been produced by a bite. There was no internal disease whatever. There was no internal evidence of the cause of her death. I have
no doubt that her death was caused by premature labour, which produced a shock upon her system from which she never rallied; and
I have no hesitation in saying that such premature labour was occasioned by the ill-treatment she received from her husband on the
Saturday preceding. After the post mortem examination Bull came to me, and, addressing me said, “I hope you will be merciful to me,
and be as easy as you can."
Mary Hinckley, formerly “Smith," (the midwife who was called in on the day preceding the delivery of the deceased), was next examined—
I have acted as midwife for nearly 20 years, I was sent for on the Tuesday morning to attend the deceased, but not finding the labour
advanced sufficient to require my immediate attendance, I left the house, and returned about seven or eight o'clock in the evening,
and remained with deceased until four o'clock next morning. In the meantime, seeing some awkward symptoms, I sent for Mr. Taylor,
the surgeon* What alarmed me first was her saying she had heard three distinct knockings at the door— (meaning, we suppose,
what are called, "death warnings.”) When I was with deceased on Tuesday morning, she said, addressing Bull, laughingly, “Henry, you said
you wished I was blazing in hell, and you will probably have your wish." (The witness proceeded to say, that the deceased was a very
wicked woman, when the coroner requested her to give evidence, not to preach.)
This being the whole of the evidence tendered, the coroner proceeded to sum up, and address the Jury. As far as the evidence had gone,
there was nothing to show provocation on the part of the deceased, and he did not, therefore, see how they could return any
other verdict than that of Murder. However, it was for the Jury to determine.
After consulting for a short time, the Jury returned a verdict of "WILFUL MURDER" against Henry Bull, who was committed to take his trial
at the assizes.
The Mayor was present during the proceedings.6 CHARGE OF WILFUL MURDER
Assizes Report on the Murder of Eliza Bull.

Henry Bull accused of Murder - Not Guilty - Acquitted (please refer to linked image of the Derby Mercury of 21 March 1849)

Tuesday Mar 20th 1849 Lent Assizes Derby Mercury:

"Henry Bull age 29 charged with having at the parish of St Michael in the borough of Derby, feloniously and willfully murdered Eliza Bull.
Mr Barlow for the prosecution; prisoner defended by Mr Boden. The facts were, at the time of their occurring, fully detailed in our police
columns. The violence with which the prisoner was charged took place in a house of low description, in George Yard, in this borough,
which was kept by prisoner and his wife, he having been drinking at a public house, within a few yards of his own house, and the
unfortunate deceased having, in a state of excitement, been to fetch him home, and having threatened to break the public house windows.
The female was at this time far advanced in pregnancy. After evidence had been adduced describing the nature of the assault, Mr Taylor,
surgeon, said, he attended Mrs Bull at the request of her husband, and observing alarming symptoms wished for assistance, and sent
for Mr Greaves, surgeon. That gentleman promptly attended, and witness in his presence delivered the patient of a still born female
child shortly after Mr G.'s arrival. Witness continued to attend Mrs Bull until the following Friday, when she died. Witness attributed her
death to a premature labour being brought on through a shock to the nervous system, and such shock might have been occasioned by
a blow or a fall.
By Mr Boden. - When Mrs Bull thought she was dying, she told her husband he was not in fault. On a post mortem examination the
appearances were natural.
Mr Greaves, surgeon, corroborated last witness, but on his cross examination admitted that premature labour frequently takes place
from natural causes without the supervention of violence, and might have done so in this case.
The Learned Judge summoned up, and he was acquitted."7

Family

Henry Bull born 22 November 1819, died 1870
Children
ChartsBULL Tree
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Citations

  1. [S3008] Newspaper "Derby Mercury."
  2. [S364] Ancestry.com. Derbyshire, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1932 (Database on-line). Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Original data: Derbyshire Church of England Parish Registers, Derbyshire Record Office, Matlock, Derbyshire, England.
  3. [S1000] Ancestral File. Online http://www.familysearch.org .
    Extracted from Family Search - Jan. 2008.
  4. [S108] General Register Office - Index of Marriages, Q1 1843 Burton on Trent 17 5.
  5. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths Q1 1849 Derby 19 414.
  6. [S3008] Newspaper "Extracted from the Derby Mercury of Wed. 3 January 1849."
  7. [S3008] Newspaper "Extracted from the Derby Mercury of Wed. 21 March 1849."

Henry Bull

ID# 3274, born about 1827
Mother*Mary Bull born abt 1791
     Henry Bull, son of Mary Bull, was born in Hatton, Derbyshire, about 1827.


     Henry Bull was married to Sarah about 1860.

     Henry Bull was employed as Farmer. in 1861.

          In the 1861 U.K.Census, held on Sunday, 7 April 1861, Henry was recorded as the Head of the Household at Boylestone, Derbyshire, also in the Household were Mary Bull, Sarah and Mary Bull,
     the listing for the Household is -
          ; Henry Bull     Hd.     M.     32     Farmer emp. 2 boys     DBY. Hatton.1
          ; Sarah Bull     Wife     M.     34     Farmer's Wife     DBY. Stanton.2
          ; Mary Bull     Mother     70     Farmer's Wife     DBY. Marston on Dove.2
          ; Mary Bull     Daughter     2mths     DBY. Boyleston.2

Family

Sarah born 1827
Child
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  1. [S1861] The 1861 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 6/7 April 1861. PRO Ref: RG9 Piece: 1957; Folio: 16; Page 10; Schedule: 56.
  2. [S1861] The 1861 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 6/7 April 1861. PRO Ref: RG9 Piece: 1957; Page: 1 ; Schedule 56.

Mary Bull

ID# 3275, born about 1791
     Mary Bull was born in Marston on Dove, Derbyshire, about 1791, calculated from 1861 census.


     Mary Bull was employed as Farmer's wife. in 1861.

     The U.K.Census of 7 April 1861 listed her as the Mother of the Head of Household - Henry Bull, at Boylestone, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          Henry Bull     Hd.     M.     32     Farmer emp. 2 boys     DBY. Hatton.1
     Mary's entry for the 1861 Census was recorded as -
          Mary Bull     Mother     70     Farmer's Wife     DBY. Marston on Dove.2

Family

Child
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Citations

  1. [S1861] The 1861 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 6/7 April 1861. PRO Ref: RG9 Piece: 1957; Folio: 16; Page 10; Schedule: 56.
  2. [S1861] The 1861 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 6/7 April 1861. PRO Ref: RG9 Piece: 1957; Page: 1 ; Schedule 56.

Henry Bull

ID# 3276, born about 1840, died October 1862
Father*William Bull born 1814, died May 1863
Mother*Eliza Middleton born abt 1820
     Henry Bull, son of William Bull and Eliza Middleton, was born about 1840.
     He was Baptised on Sunday, 19 July 1840 in St. Mary's Church, Marston on Dove, Derbyshire .
     St. Mary's Church Baptismal Register Entry - "Entry #103 - Henry, son of William & Eliza Bull of Hilton, Tailor, was Baptised."1,2

          The U.K.Census of 6 June 1841 listed him in the Household of William Bull, at Hilton, Derbyshire, who is listed as -
     William Bull     25     Tailor     Yes.3
     Henry's entry for the 1841 Census was recorded as -
          Henry Bull     11m     ---     Yes.4

     The 1851 U.K.Census  listed him as a son of the Head of Household - Eliza Bull, at Hilton, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          Eliza Bull     Wife     Married     33     Seamstress.     DBY. Hatton.5
     Henry's entry for the 1851 Census was recorded as -
          Henry Bull     Son     10     ---     DBY. Hilton.5

     The 1861 U.K.Census  listed him as a son of the Head of Household - William Bull, at High Street, Hilton, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          William Bull     Head     Married     47     Tailor     DBY. Hilton.6
     Henry's entry for the 1861 Census was recorded as -
          Henry Bull     Son     Unmarried     20     Invalid     DBY. Hilton.6

     Henry Bull, son of William Bull and Eliza Middleton, died in October 1862, in Hilton, Derbyshire,"aged 22 years."7

     He was buried, Marston on Dove on Sunday, 26 October 1862.8
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Citations

  1. [S362] Ancestry.com. Derbyshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, 1813-1916 (Database on-line). Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Original data: Derbyshire Church of England Parish Registers, Derbyshire Record Office, Matlock, Derbyshire, England.
  2. [S1009] Bishop's Transcripts of Parish Records held at County Records Offices, Extracted at Lichfield R.O. on 5 July 2004 by David Hall.
  3. [S1844] The 1841 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 5/6 June 1841. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 181 / 14; Folio: 7; Page: 7.
  4. [S1844] The 1841 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 5/6 June 1841. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 181 / 14; Folio: 7; Page: 7.
  5. [S1851] The 1851 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 29/30 March 1851. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 2011; Folio: 63; Page 24; Schedule 121.
  6. [S1861] The 1861 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 6/7 April 1861. PRO Ref: RG9 Piece: 1958; Folio: 98; Page: 7 ; Schedule 36.
  7. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths Q3 1862 Burton 6b199.
  8. [S1004] Transcribed from Parish Registers retained at the Church, stored by the area Record Office or Local Studies Library, or from Computer Records on-line.

John Bull

ID# 3277, born 16 October 1815, died 1875
Mother*Anne Bull born 8 Jan. 1792
     John Bull, son of Anne Bull, was born about 1815.
     He was Baptised on Monday, 16 October 1815 in St. Michael's Church, Kirk Langley, Derbyshire .
     St. Michael's Church Baptismal Register Entry - "Entry #38 : John, Illegitimate son of Anne Bull of Kirk Langley was Baptised by J. Clarke, Curate."1

     In the U.K.Census of 6 June 1841, John was recorded as residing at Flax Holmes, Duffield, Derbyshire.
     John's listing is -
     John Bull     25     Stone Cutter     Yes     (staying in the house of John Bennett and his wife Arabella).2

     John Bull, son of Anne Bull, was married to Esther Bimpson in Ormskirk, Lancashire, in 1850.
     Their Marriage was recorded in the Ormskirk Registration District in the Jul-Aug-Sep Quarter of 1850.3

          In the 1851 U.K.Census, held on Sunday, 30 March 1851, John was recorded as the Head of the Household at Chapel Lane, Ormskirk, Lancashire, also in the Household were Esther Bull,
     the listing for the Household is -
          ; John Bull     Head     Married     35     Stonequarry Labourer     DBY. Langley.4
          ; Esther Bull     Wife     Married     25     ---     LAN. Ormskirk.4

          In the 1861 U.K.Census, held on Sunday, 7 April 1861, John was recorded as the Head of the Household at Chapel Street, Ormskirk, Lancashire, also in the Household were Esther Bull, William Bull, John Bull, Thomas Bull and Hannah Bull,
     the listing for the Household is -
          ; John Bull     Head     Married     45     Quarryman     DBY. Langley.5
          ; Esther Bull     Wife     Married     35     ---     LAN. Ormskirk.5
          ; William Bull     Son     9     Scholar     LAN. Ormskirk.5
          ; John Bull     Son     7     Scholar     LAN. Ormskirk.5
          ; Thomas Bull     Son     5     Scholar     LAN. Ormskirk.5
          ; Hannah Bull     Daughter     3     Scholar     LAN. Ormskirk.5

     In the U.K.Census of 2 April 1871, John was recorded as residing at Brown, Broxton, Cheshire.
     John's listing is -
     John Bull     Lodger     Married     55     Quarryman     DBY. Kirk Langley (his son, Thomas, is working away from home with him).6

     John Bull, son of Anne Bull, died in 1875 in Ormskirk, Lancashire, his Death was Registered at the Ormskirk Register Office in the Oct-Nov-Dec Quarter of 1875, He was survived by his wife, Esther.7

Family

Esther Bimpson born about 1826
Children
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Citations

  1. [S362] Ancestry.com. Derbyshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, 1813-1916 (Database on-line). Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Original data: Derbyshire Church of England Parish Registers, Derbyshire Record Office, Matlock, Derbyshire, England.
  2. [S1844] The 1841 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 5/6 June 1841. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 180-9; Folio: 4; Page: 1.
  3. [S108] General Register Office - Index of Marriages, Q3 1850 Ormskirk 21 504.
  4. [S1851] The 1851 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 29/30 March 1851. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 2197; Folio: 408; Page: 1 ; Schedule: 1.
  5. [S1861] The 1861 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 6/7 April 1861. PRO Ref: RG9 Piece: 2765; Folio: 96; Page: 8 ; Schedule 47.
  6. [S1871] The 1871 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 1/2 April 1871. PRO Ref: RG10 Piece: 3717; Folio: 86; Page 18; Schedule 108.
  7. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths Q4 1875 (60) Ormskirk 8b 520.

Anne Bull

ID# 3278, born 8 January 1792
Father*William Bull born 3 Nov. 1765
Mother*Mary Ling born 8 Jun. 1765
     She was Baptised on Sunday, 8 January 1792 in St. Michael's Church, Kirk Langley, Derbyshire .
     St. Michael's Church Baptismal Register Entry - "Anne, daughter of William and Mary Bull, Baptised Privately."1

Family

Children
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  1. [S1004] Transcribed from Parish Registers retained at the Church, stored by the area Record Office or Local Studies Library, or from Computer Records on-line ,
    (details confirmed by D.R.O. to Ann Gillespie in March 2008).

Henry Bull

ID# 3279, born 1845, died 21 February 1921
Father*William Bull born 27 Sep. 1818, died 26 Dec. 1890
Mother*Elizabeth Laban born 22 Apr. 1821, died 31 Dec. 1892
     Henry Bull, son of William Bull and Elizabeth Laban, was born in Norbury, Derbyshire, in 1845, his Birth was Registered at the Uttoxeter Register Office in the Apr-May-Jun Quarter of 1845.1      He was Baptised on Sunday, 6 April 1845 in Church of St. Mary & St. Barlok, Norbury, Derbyshire .
     Church of St. Mary & St. Barlok Baptismal Register Entry - "Entry #518 - Henry, son of Elizabeth and William Bull, a Labourer of Roston, was Baptised."2

     The 1851 U.K.Census  listed him as a son of the Head of Household - William Bull, at Snelston, Staffordshire, who is recorded as -
          William Bull     Head     Married     32     Ag. Lab.     DBY. Langley.3
     Henry's entry for the 1851 Census was recorded as -
          Henry Bull     Son     6     Scholar     DBY. Norbury.3

     The 1861 U.K.Census  listed him as a son of the Head of Household - William Bull, at Cubley, Derbyshire, who is recorded as -
          William Bull     Head     Married     42     Labourer     DBY. Langley.4
     Henry's entry for the 1861 Census was recorded as -
          Henry Bull     Son     16     ---     DBY. Roston.4

     In the U.K.Census of 2 April 1871, Henry was recorded as residing at Keeper's Lodge, Cubley, Derbyshire.
     Henry's listing is -
     Henry Bull     Head     Unmarried     M.     26     Ag.Lab.     DBY. Norbury.5

     Marriage Banns for Henry Bull and Hannah Atkins were published on 2 June 1878 in St. Andrew's Church, Cubley, Derbyshire,
Register Entry states - Henry Bull, Bachelor & Hannah Atkins, Spinster, Both of This Parish. Banns read 19 May by Chas. J Hamilton, 26 May by J B MacDougal & 2 June 1878 by J T Weage.6

     Henry Bull, son of William Bull and Elizabeth Laban, was married to Hannah Atkins in June 1878 at St. Andrew's Church, Cubley, Derbyshire.
     St. Andrew's Church Marriage Register - "Entry #105 - Henry Bull, aged 32 years, a Bachelor, a Labourer of Cubley, son of William Bull, a Labourer was Married to Hannah Atkins, aged 23 years, a Spinster of Cubley, daughter of William Atkins, a Labourer.
     Both Signed the Register and were Witnessed by William Atkins and Elizabeth Atkins."7

          In the 1881 U.K.Census, held on Sunday, 3 April 1881, Henry was recorded as the Head of the Household at Ashbourne Road, Cubley, Derbyshire, also in the Household were Hannah Bull nee Atkins and Samuel Bull,
     the listing for the Household is -
          ; Henry Bull M 36 M Norbury, Derby, England     Rel: Head Occ: Ag Lab.8
          ; Hanah Bull M 26 F Cubley, Derby, England     Rel: Wife.9
          ; Samuel Bull 2 M Cubley, Derby, England     Rel: Son.9

          In the 1891 U.K.Census, held on Sunday, 5 April 1891, Henry was recorded as the Head of the Household at Cubley Common, Cubley, Derbyshire, also in the Household were Samuel Bull and Hannah Bull nee Atkins,
     the listing for the Household is -
          ; Henry Bull     Head     M.     46     General Labourer     DBY. Norbury.10
          ; Hannah Bull     Wife     M     36     DBY. Cubley.10
          ; Samuel Bull     Son     12     Scholar     DBY. Cubley.10

          In the 1901 U.K.Census, held on Sunday, 31 March 1901, Henry was recorded as the Head of the Household at The Common, Cubley, Derbyshire, also in the Household were Hannah Bull nee Atkins,
     the listing for the Household is -
          ; Henry Bull     Head     Married     56     Estate Worker     DBY. Norbury.11
          ; Hannah Bull     Wife     Married     46     ---     DBY. Cubley.11

     Henry Bull was left a Widower on the Death of his wife, Hannah, whose Death was Registered in the Uttoxeter Registration District, in the Jul-Aug-Sep Quarter of 1908.12,13

     Henry is recorded as living alone on the U.K.Census of 2 April 1911 at Cubley, Derbyshire. This Census included Henry, as the only resident in the Household, as follows:
          Henry Bull     Head     63     Widower     Estate Labourer     DBY. Norbury.14

     Henry Bull, son of William Bull and Elizabeth Laban, died on Monday, 21 February 1921 in The Common, Cubley, Derbyshire, his Death was Registered at the Uttoxeter Register Office in the Jan-Feb-Mar Quarter of 1921.15,13 Henry Bull was buried in St. Andrew's Churchyard, Cubley, Derbyshire, on Wednesday, 23 February 1921.
     Monumental Inscription - Entry #735 - (inside gate, turn left, immediate second grave against the west wall of churchyard) "In loving memory of / HANNAH / beloved wife of HENRY BULL / of Cubley / who died July 31st 1908 / aged 53 years / Not My Will, but Thine also be done / Also of / HENRY BULL / who died Feby 20th 1921 / Aged 75 years."16

Family

Hannah Atkins born 1855, died 31 July 1908
Child
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Citations

  1. [S107] General Register Office - Index of Births Q2 1845 Uttoxeter Vol: 17, Page: 223.      Mother's Maiden Surname = LABAN.
  2. [S362] Ancestry.com. Derbyshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, 1813-1916 (Database on-line). Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Original data: Derbyshire Church of England Parish Registers, Derbyshire Record Office, Matlock, Derbyshire, England.
  3. [S1851] The 1851 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 29/30 March 1851. PRO Ref: HO 107 / Piece: 2146; Folio: 115; Page: 15; Schedule: 55.
  4. [S1861] The 1861 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 6/7 April 1861. PRO Ref: RG9 Piece: 1957; Folio: 41; Page: 8 ; Schedule 41.
  5. [S1871] The 1871 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 1/2 April 1871. PRO Ref: RG10 Folio: 35; Page: 6 ; Schedule 27.
  6. [S486] "Personal Research of Heather Eaton", between 1980 and 2015. Extracted from Parish Registers at Derbyshire Record Office at Matlock, by Heather Eaton in August 2004.
  7. [S364] Ancestry.com. Derbyshire, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1932 (Database on-line). Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017. Original data: Derbyshire Church of England Parish Registers, Derbyshire Record Office, Matlock, Derbyshire, England.
  8. [S1881] The 1881 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 3/4 April 1881. PRO Ref: RG11 Piece: 2752; Folio: 32; Page: 3.
  9. [S1881] The 1881 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 3/4 April 1881. PRO Ref: RG11 Piece: 2752; Folio: 31; Page: 2.
  10. [S1891] The 1891 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 4/5 April 1891. PRO Ref: RG12 Piece: 2195; Page: 8 ; Schedule 44.
  11. [S1901] The 1901 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 30/31 March 1901. PRO Ref: RG13 Piece: 2635; Folio: 88; Page: 8 ; Schedule 45.
  12. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths Q3 1908 Uttoxeter Vol: 6b, Page: 195. Aged 53 years.
  13. [S316] Monumental Inscription, DoD derived from M.I.
  14. [S1911] The 1911 U.K. Census was taken on the night of 2 April 1911. PRO Ref: RG14 PN16741 RG78 PN1038 RD364 SD3 ED8 SN20.
  15. [S109] General Register Office - Index of Deaths Q1 1921 Uttoxeter Vol: 6b, Page: 603. Aged 75 years.
  16. [S1004] Transcribed from Parish Registers retained at the Church, stored by the area Record Office or Local Studies Library, or from Computer Records on-line ,
    (Re-research of this record undertaken and image of Register Entry downloaded by Martin Jackson on 21 April 2018).