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Matlock & Matlock Bath's Memorial Inscriptions
Surnames Index for all Matlock and Matlock Bath's memorials, and many MI transcripts
 
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Derbyshire MIs from: Ashover
Bonsall, St. James- inside the church | Bonsall, St. James - in the churchyard
Wirksworth, St. Mary | Wirksworth, cemetery | Youlgreave, All Saints

Yorkshire MIs from: Otley

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Derbyshire
Ashover, All Saints' Here lieth the body of Ellen NIGHTINGALE of Matlock Wooldes, who departed this life February 17th 1767 aged 38 years. Also here lieth the body of Henry NIGHTINGALE late of Matlock Woooldes and uncle to Peter NIGHTINGALE of Lea Esqr. who departed this life June 7 1785 aged 55 years.
See Pedigree of NIGHTINGALE
Bonsall, St. James
- inside the church
In memory of Henry FERNE, esq. of Snitterton in this county, Receiver General of the Customs in the reign of King William, Queen Ann and george the First. He died July 12th, 1703. And of his wife, Elizabeth FERNE, youngest daughter and co-heiress of Nicholas DAYREL, esq., of King's Clear, in the county of Southahmpton. She died, May 7th, 1723 : their issue was one son, Robert, and three daughters Elizabeth, Isabella and Frances. His eldest daughter, Elizabeth, was married to Edmund TURNOR, esq. of Stoke Rochford in the county of Lincoln, who died, December 4th, 1763 ; in conformity to whose last will and testament, her daughter and executrix, Diane LANGTON, widow of B. LANGTON, in the county of Linclon, has caused this monument to be erected. [Also includes arms and crest] (Glover, 1833)
Sacred to the Memory of Samuel SIMPSON of Matlock in this County Esq. who died on the 13th day of June 1834 in the 73rd year of his age.
Bonsall, St. James
- in the churchyard
In memory of John BUXTON of Matlock Bath who died September 18th 1853 aged 53 years Also of Mary Ann wife of the above who died June 21st 1845 Aged 43.
See Pre-1858 Wills, Surnames B
Alfred husband of Esther HOLMES of Matlock (full transcript unavailable)
Sacred to the Memory of Charles KIRKLAND of Ember Matlock who died June 7 1871 in his 87th year Also of Ann his wife who died July 5th 1865 Aged 72 Also Isaac their son Born October 28th 1835 died November 17th 1835
In Loving Remembrance of Ann wife of Joseph STATHAM of Matlock Bath who died April 18th 1873 in the 27th year of her age. Asleep in Jesus.
Mary wife of James WHITE of Matlock Bath (full transcript unavailable)
Wirksworth, St. Mary In memory of / GEORGE GREGORY / late of Matlock / who died on the 5th day of / August AD 1851 / in the 37th year of his age ... (Limestone headstone & ledger) (with two other people).
MIs transcribed by Derbyshire Ancestral Research Group, compiled by John Palmer.
Wirksworth, cemetery In memory of George ALLEN, late of Riber Hall who died September 10 1866 aged 70 years Elizabeth wife of the above died July 10 1839 aged 60 years Also George and Ann ALLEN late of Cromford father and mother to the above aged respectively 77 and 91 years and Henry their son died Mar 7 1815 aged 19 years.
Those four later named interred in the Parish Church Yard Also Elizabeth relict of first named who died March 23 1878 aged 60.
(Words on a grave stone close to a yew tree that has the inscription on it.)
See Riber Hall engraving
In loving / remembrance / of / WILLIAM ROSS BARKER / Of Matlock Bath / who died April 24th 1882 / aged 48 years / "Not lost but gone before" / ... (Gritstone obelisk & kerb - once had rails). With 3 other people.
MIs transcribed by Derbyshire Ancestral Research Group, compiled by John Palmer.
Youlgreave, All Saints Sacred to the Memory / Elizabeth wife of / John NUTTALL of Matlock gent / who died May 12th 1780 / aged 32 years / Also Hannah, Elizabeth, John, Ellen, and John / their children / who died in their infancy / and of George their son / who died July 14 1820 / aged 47 / Also / John NUTTALL / who died May 22 1833 / aged 88 years / Also / Mary / wife of the above George NUTTALL who died / January 10 1854 / aged 76 years / Also / George son of the above / George and Mary NUTTALL / who died 7th March / 1856 / aged 54 years.
(in the church)
See Pedigree of NUTTALL
In / Memory of / John NUTTALL of Matlock / who died May 22nd 1833 aged 88 years / Also George NUTTALL / son of the above / who died July 11th 1820 / aged 47 / Also Mary / wife of the above named / George NUTTALL who died / January 10th 1854 / aged 76 years / Also / George NUTTALL son of / the above named George and Mary / NUTTALL who died 7th March / 1856 / aged 54 years.
(in the churchyard)
See Pedigree of NUTTALL
Yorkshire
Otley parish church churchyard Robert CAWOOD son of Thomas and Ann CAWOOD of Matlock, Derbyshire died 25th June 1805 age 17 years Also of Martha WOODCOCK sister of the above Thomas CAWOOD who departed this life January 15 1830 age 74 years.


Information researched by and © Ann Andrews and others, including Mel Towler and John Palmer.
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