CHAPTER 8 – Ashes GEES of Kinder

   ~THE ASHES FARM IN KINDER, HAYFIELD – ASHES GEES~

There were two important occurrences that had far reaching effects on farming and commercial life in the parish. The final closure of the wastes or commons, as they were called and the coming of the turnpike roads in 1721 and the division of the wastes into Kings’ and Tenants’ parts had been made in 1640.

1641: – Ralph GEE bought the Ashes Farm in 1641, Kinder, Hayfield from the crown. The Ashes was one of the above mentioned divisions and was therefore waste land or pasture land.

1647: – 28 February Ralph GEE married Anne HURDSFIELD of the Parish of Chapel En Le Frith. Ralph brought Anne home to the Ashes Farm. (Note 5).

1640 – 1660: – Civil war raged through England, including the Peak district. Keeping of records became almost non-existent during this period and there were often gaps in other registers during this period. The normal functions of government were suspended.

1662: – Ralph GEE of Kinder was assessed (1) hearth for the hearth tax of 1662. (Note 7 page 1.)

1666: – Plague broke out in Eyam as previously mentioned.

1669: –   in the will of James ROLLINSON, yeoman of Gibhey, Ollerset, James left his estate to his mother; his nieces and nephews.  He also left some of his estate to charity of which Ralph GEE of Kinder, Thomas MARRIOTT of Hayfield and brother Thomas were his trustees.

1670: – Ralph GEE of Kinder was listed as paying “1” of the hearth tax. (Note 7 pg 3.) The Hearth tax or chimney money as it was popularly called, a type of levy new to England, was introduced in 1662 and withdrawn in 1689. It was at the rate of two shillings per annum for each hearth or stove assessed.

1674 to 1837:  See footnote at the bottom of this page.

1678 to 1689: – c. d. e. f. Daniel, Sarah, Ralph and Ann possibly born during this period.

1697: – Ralph GEE of Kinder buried his wife Anne on April 04th, 1697 at St. Mathew’s Church in Hayfield.

1697: – 29th APRIL 1697 Francis GEE of the Parish of Glossop married Margaret BOOTH, also of this parish, at the All Saints Church.

1697: – 20 April, the Will of Ann BARNES of Stones House, Kinder: In the name of God Amen the sixth day of October Ano Dom 1696 I Ann BARNES of Stones House Kinder in the parish of Glossop in the County of Derby said and being aged and Weak in Body but of sound mind and Good memory praised be God for ye sound doo ordain and make this my Last Will and Testament in manner and form following SO IS FFIRST principally I commit my soul unto the hands of Almighty God my creator hoping through the merits of Jesus Christ my Alone Savior redeemer to obtain free pardon and remission of all my sins & doo make ptaker [partake] of life everlasting AND MY BODY I commit to ye earth from whence it was taken to bee decently interred at the discretion of my executor HEREINAFTER NAMED AND AS TOUCHING my worldly estate I dispose there in manner following that is to say my will and mind is that my funeral expenses shall be paid out of my whole estate ITEM I GIVE and bequeath unto my grandchildren Ralph ANDREW and John HALL to either of them one pound and ten shillings of Lawful money of England ITEM I GIVE and bequeath to the said Ralph ANDREW thee bedstead upon which I now lye and my part of all such stock of hives of Bees as are abroad at parts other than such at Row Stand at Stones house aforesaid I GIVE to my daughter Martha and other [ ] such at Stand at South Head which I give to Elizabeth ANDREW my grandchild to I bequeath ten shillings ITEM I GIVE and bequeath unto my grandchild Mary HALL the like sum of ten shillings AND TO ffrancis GEE son and heir of Ralph GEE of Kinder aforesaid I bequeath the sum of twenty shillings and two ewes and lambs forth of such are kept to parts of Stones House aforesaid whom I appoint to divide [the] same ITEM I GIVE bequeath unto my daughter Martha my best coat and waistcoat my dishboard and all my loose boards and shelves in my dwelling house ITEM I GIVE to my son in law Thomas HALL two shillings AND TO MARY wife of Edmund BARNES of Barnes Fould two shillings ITEM I GIVE to my said grand child John HALL the great coffer in the parlor where I live ALL THE REMAINDER of my goods and chattels not herein before disposed of I give to my two daughters MARY and MARTHA equally to be divided between them ITEM I DOO nominate and Appoint my son in law John ANDREW and the said ffrancis GEE Executors of this my Last Will and Testament. This was possibly the same ffrancis GEE was ‘executor to the last will of John Booth, his nephew-in-law, who was married to Ellen FROGGATT in October 1721.”

WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto put my hand and seal Sealed published declared by the Testator above [ ] for and as her Last Will and Testament Ann Barnes Her Mark.

IN WITNESS The mark of Margaret Hall John Waterhouse.

A TRUE INVENTORY of the Goods Credits and Chattels of Ann BARNES Late of Stones House in the Parrish of Glossop in the County of Derby widow deed taken and appraised the 24th day of October 1696 by us whose names are subscribed as followeth: There are 22 lines not printed here.

APPRAISERS: John Waterhouse Ralph RK Kinder

I have included this will here because it is a possibility that Ann Barnes is Ann GEE who perhaps married John BARNES of Stone House, who died on 11 April 1694. The above mentioned male GEEs are possibly her brothers and/or father.

1700: – Ralph GEE of Kinder died probably late December 1699, interred January 1700 at St. Mathew’s Church in Hayfield.

1713: – Francis GEE (freeholder) of Kinder was listed as a juror on October 2nd, 1713 for Bowden Middlecale.

1714: – ffrancis GEE (freeholder) of Kinder was listed as a juror on October 2nd, 1713 for Bowden Middlecale.

1716: – 8 August 1716 The will of MARRIOTT, Maria (Mary), parish of Glossop. (Ad) Signed: Samuel MARRIOTT, Will BOOTH and Francis GEE.

Appraisers of Inventory: Ralph KINDER, John KINDER and John BOOTH, 8 Aug 1716 [2 George] and valued @ £38-5-10

Administration by son Samuel MARRIOTT, 16 Oct 1716 in Chesterfield.

1721: – An outbreak of small pox occurred during this year in Kinder. See note below.

1723: – probate for GEE, Francis, of Kinder, Yeoman, 11 September 1723. Eldest son Ralph GEE, sisters Sarah & Ann GEE, brothers John and Daniel GEE, son John GEE* of Chinley. WITNESSES: Thomas BENNETT, John WATERHOUSE, William CARINGTON. APPRAISERS of Inventory: John MOULT & Edmund BRADBURY, 28 January 1723/1724: Total £273-7-0.

1731: – 21 April 1731 Will of Thomas HALL of STONES HOUSE in Kinder, he bequeaths his estate to his children. He appoints “My loveing Friend” Ralph GEE as one of his executors. Daniel GEE is one of the witnesses. John GEE is one of the appraisers of the inventory.

1734: – 16th, 17th, 18th, and 20th day of May 1734 poll taken for the County of Derby shows Ralph GEE of Kinder, parish of Glossop – 27 for Cavendish. (Note 6, pg.2.)

1734: – 16th, 17th, 18th, and 20th day of May 1734 poll taken for the County of Derby shows John GEE of Hayfield, – 3 for Cavendish (Note 6, pg.2.)

1735: – 13 December Mary GEE of Chapel en le Frith married William BENNETT of the Parish of Glossop at St Mathew’s Church, Hayfield.

1756: –  The will of Thomas FROGGATT of Ridgetop, Glossop, 30th November 17, Thomas left his estate to his children and grand-children.  His executors were:  Thomas BOOTH of Kinder and John GEE of Hayfield – Tanner.

1800: – 1 September 1800 Will of George HALL of Kinder, Glossop, appoints Thomas GEE “of the same place” meaning of Kinder, as one of his Executors of his will. In this will, he bequeaths 600 pounds to his nephews of STONES HOUSE.

1826 : –  28th May 1824 Samuel MARRIOTT, of Kinder, Hayfield, yeoman, died.  Beneficiaries: son Joshua MARRIOTT, children of son Joshua MARRIOTT,   grandson John MARRIOTT, son John MARRIOTT*, daughter Sarah DRINKWATER, Edmund BRADBURY of Kinder, grandson Samuel DRINKWATER. Occupiers: John HARRISON &   John POTT (land in Chinley). Witnesses: John Kenyon WINTERBOTTOM,   Robert BLOMILEY of Stockport County Chester, gentleman and John  HAYWARD of Heaton Norris County Lancaster, gentleman. Probate granted to John MARRIOTT of Kinder, gentleman, alone in Lichfield on the 4th April 1826 effects under £2000. Renunciation on the 10th March 1828 by Edmund BRADBURY, witnessed by John HOPWOOD & John GEE.  Samuel Marriott was married to Margaret GEE.

1837: –   MARRIOTT, Nelly, of Hayfield, widow, parish of Glossop, 20 Oct 1834.

Beneficiaries: daughter Ann and her husband Thomas MARRIOTT,   nephew George HINCHCLIFFE of Arondale near Holmfrith County of York,   niece Ellen TOMLINSON of Cobden Edge near Mellor,   nephews and nieces being the children of brothers John, William, Samuel and Joseph MARRIOTT. 

Executors: friends Joseph HIGGENBOTTOM of Ashton-Under-Lyne County of Lancaster; attorney-at-law Ebenezer ADAMSON of Hayfield; and Thomas GEE of Kinder, farmer [this is Thomas GEE of the ASHES farm.  His sister was Margaret GEE who was married to Samuel MARRIOTT]. 

Witnesses: Robert NEWTON, M LORD & Joseph HIGGENBOTTOM. 

Codicil: the children of George HINCHCLIFFE and the children of niece Ellen TOMLINSON added on the 22nd April 1836. 

Witnesses:  Thomas Edward HORNELY and John Lincthurst STEEPLE. Probate granted at Lichfield 10 Jul 1837 value under £1000.

1855: –  In the will of Emanuel MOULT dated 1st September 1854, Hannah GEE was listed as one of the tenants of the many properties he owned.

1898: – By 1898 the Shepherds’ Society had increased in size massively and meetings were held in many more places to accommodate the increase in membership. According to the preface of the Rule Book meetings were held at the Millers’ Arm, Saltersbrook on 20th July and 5th November; at the Pack Horse Inn, Hayfield on 12th July and 7th November; at the Snake Inn, Woodlands on 15th July; and the Royal Oak Inn, Glossop on 1st November. Members paid two shillings and sixpence which included the cost of dinner at the meeting and “the general expenses of the meeting”. It seems that members had to be kept more in order as Rule 13 states “That if any member of this society shall cause any quarrel or disturbance to arise at any of the aforesaid meetings, every member shall forfeit two shillings and sixpence or be expelled from the society”. John Thomas GEE of the ASHES kinder, Hayfield was a registered member, as was John F GEE of Silk Hill near Whaley Bridge and attended the meetings. 

John Thomas Gee was a prominent member of the Shepherd’s society and he was an expert on Gritstone Sheep, whose name was derived from these numerous Gritstone outcroppings as depicted in the following picture.

This Gritstone Tor (a rock outcrop formed by weathering) is called Salt Cellar and is a beautiful example of the many Gritstone Tors that dot the Peak District, Kinder Scout and the Pennines. This particular Tor is on Derwent Edge. The Gritstone Edges are climbing areas for English climbers.   The rock is porous.

Picture from Wikipedia.

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FOOTNOTE:  Following are 109 entries that I found from the parish registers of the All Saints Church in Glossop beginning on the 12th November 1674 and ending on the 19th March 1837.  The address given for all 109 entries is that of the ASHES farm.  It is necessary to keep in mind that this farm was wasteland only 33 years prior.  There were no buildings, so Ralph Gee needed to build them; this would have required carpenters, stone mason etc.  It took several years to build them and so it was necessary for the workers and their families to live on site.  Some of the wives and children would have become servants in the house. 

There are no entries that are GEES, however they include surnames such as NEWTON, WOOD, COOPER, HALL, BRANDITH, BAGSHAW, BOWERS, OLLERENSHAW, TAYLOR, SHAW, ALLEN, SHEPPARD, BOWDEN, GARSIDE, THOMAS. 

Some of these people’s occupations were carpenter, cutler, clothier, tailor, cotton-spinner, linen weaver, farmers and farm-laborer, stone mason. 

What type of farming did Ralph Gee do?  The obvious need would be gardens for produce, animals for meat, milk, cheese, grains for cereals and bread, flax that they could weave into linen for clothing, possibly sheep for their wool for clothing and meat, poultry for eggs and meat.  The western side of Derbyshire was noted for cotton manufacturing. 

By 1585, some cotton fabrics were being manufactured around Manchester on a small scale.  Due to the humidity and the availability of fresh water in this region, the climate was very conducive for cotton spinning and the weaving of cotton.    

1620 marked the beginning of a process called “Fustian weaving”, fustian a kind of coarse cloth made of cotton and flax in the Derbyshire area, particularly around Manchester.  Fustian is the old name for corduroy.   

The larger, industrial cotton mills were not constructed in the larger centers until 1775.  So for approximately 200 years, most of the farmers in the area were involved with pasture and supplemented their income by weaving woolens and fustians in the domestic system.  So a central agent “put-out” work to individuals who then did the work in their own facilities, which was usually their homes and farms. Today, we would call this a “cottage industry”. 

The following list of occupants of the Ashes Farm suggest that at least four generations of the Ashes GEES were involved in the cloth trade in Hayfield. 

ALL SAINTS CHURCH – GLOSSOP – OCCUPANTS OF THE ASHES – 1674 -1837

  1. 12 November 1674 – Gulielmus NEWTON of the ASHES married Maria NEWTON of Haughes.
  2. 28 December 1706 – Baptised Benjamin NEWTON Son of Willielmi and Alicae of the ASHES – pauper.
  3. 12 February 1703/4 – Baptised Hanna GARSIDE daughter of  Willielmi and Sara of ASHES.
  4. 19 June 1709- Baptised Jacobus  NEWTON Son of Willielmi and Alicae of the ASHES.
  5. 28 September 1710 – Baptised Josephus NEWTON Son of Willielmi and Alicae of ASHES.
  6. 25 September 1715 – Baptised Ellena GARSIDE daughter of Willielmi and Sarae of  ASHES.
  7. 20 March 1746 – Baptised Mary NEWTON daughter of John NEWTON of the ASHES.
  8. 28 February 1747 – Baptised Mary NEWTON daughter of John NEWTON of the ASHES.
  9. 1 January 1752 – Baptised Jane HARRISON daughter of John HARRISON of the ASHES.
  10. 14 December 1760 – Baptised Nancy NEWTON daughter of Samuel NEWTON of ASHES.
  11. 25 March 1761 – Baptised Samuel NEWTON son of ………….. of the ASHES.
  12. 24 February 1782               Baptised Ellen NEWTON (born 29 January) daughter of Joseph NEWTON of the ASHES (Cutler – son of John NEWTON of the ASHES – husbandman) and Mary WINTERBOTTOM (daughter of John  WINTERBOTTOM of BLACKSHAW – husbandman).
  13. 21 December 1783 – Baptised Mary  NEWTON (born 25 November) daughter of Joseph NEWTON of the ASHES (Cutler – son of John NEWTON of the ASHES – husbandman) and Mary WINTERBOTTOM (daughter of John WINTERBOTTOM of BLACKSHAW – husbandman).
  14. 7 March 1784 – Baptised Mary WOOD (born 2 February) daughter of Thomas WOOD of Blackshaw (Clothier – son of Jonathon of Hadfield – clog maker) and Betty HALL (daughter of Robert of HALL  the ASHES – Tailor).
  15. 11 January 1785  – Baptised George COOPER (born 10 ?) son of Matthew COOPER  of Gamsley (carpenter – son of Matthew of Gamsley – farmer) and Jane HALL daughter of Robert HALL of the ASHES – Tailor).
  16. 10 July 1785 – Baptised James HALL (born 12 June) son of John HALL of the Ashes (tailor – son of Robert of Hurst – tailor) and Hannah SHEPLEY (daughter of John SHEPLEY of Woodcock Road).
  17. 6 May 1787 –  Baptised William  NEWTON (born 4 April) son  of Joseph of the ASHES (Cutler – son of John NEWTON of the ASHES – husbandman and linen weaver) and Mary WINTERBOTTOM (daughter of John of BLACKSHAW – husbandman).
  18. 6 May 1787 –  Baptised Sarah HALL (born 31 March) daughter of John Hall of the Ashes (tailor – son of Robert of Hurst – tailor) and Hannah SHEPLEY (daughter of John of Woodcock Road).
  19. 2 November 1788 – Baptised Betty WOOD (born 29 September) daughter of Thomas of Blackshaw (Clothier – son of Jonathon of Hadfield – clog maker and linen weaver) and Betty HALL (daughter of Robert of the ASHES – Tailor).
  20. 22 February 1789 – Baptised Mary HALL (born 19 January) daughter of John Hall of the Ashes (tailor – son of Robert of Hurst and the ASHES – tailor) and Hannah SHEPLEY (daughter of John of Woodcock Road).
  21. 29 August 1790  – Baptised William NEWTON (born 24 July) son of William of the ASHES (farmer) and Betty HARROP (daughter of Thurston of Hilltop – weaver).
  22. 19 September 1790 – Baptised Peggy BRANDRITH (born 10 August) daughter of William of the ASHES (husbandman – son of Love of Buxton – farmer) and Mary HALL (daughter of Robert of the ASHES – tailor).
  23. 28 April 1791 –      Baptised Aaron HALL (born12 April) son of John Hall of the Ashes (tailor – son of Robert of Hurst and the ASHES– tailor) and Hannah SHEPLEY (daughter of John of Woodcock Road – clock maker).
  24. 21 July 1791 –       Baptised John WOOD (born 25 June) son of Thomas of Blackshaw (Clothier – son of Jonathon of Hadfield – clog maker and linen weaver) and Betty HALL (daughter of Robert of the ASHES – Tailor).
  25. 5 January 1792 –  Baptised Elizabeth BRANDRITH (born 13 December) daughter of William of the ASHES (husbandman and spinner – son of Love of Buxton – farmer) and Mary (Molly) HALL (daughter of Robert of the ASHES – tailor). 
  26. 12 May 1793 –      Baptised John HALL (born 11 April) son of John Hall of the Ashes (tailor – son of Robert of Hurst and the ASHES– tailor) and Hannah SHEPLEY (daughter of John of Woodcock Road – clock maker).
  27. 2 March 1794 –    Baptised John  BRANDRITH (born 26 January) son of William of Dinting (husbandman and spinner – son of Love of Buxton – farmer) and Mary (Molly) HALL (daughter of Robert of the ASHES – tailor).
  28. 25 March 1798 – Baptised Hannah BAGSHAW (born 27 February) daughter of John of the ASHES and Hannah HALL.
  29.   28 April 1799 –    Baptised Betty HALL (born 30 March) daughter of John Hall of the Ashes (tailor – son of Robert of Hurst of the ASHES– tailor) and Hannah SHEPLEY (daughter of John of Woodcock Road – clock maker).
  30. 9 August 1801 – Baptised Nancy HALL (born 12 July) daughter of John Hall of the Ashes (tailor – son of Robert of Hurst of the ASHES– tailor) and Hannah SHEPLEY (daughter of John of Woodcock Road – clock maker).
  31. 25 October 1801 – Baptised Mary HALL (born 31 August) daughter of James HALL of the ASHES and Betty NEWTON.
  32. 28 March 1802 – Baptised John BAGSHAW (born 3 March) son of John BAGSHAW of the ASHES and Hannah HALL.
  33. 26 August 1803 –  Baptised Ruth  HALL (born 13 July ) daughter of John Hall of the Ashes (tailor – son of Robert of Hurst of the ASHES– tailor) and Hannah SHEPLEY (daughter of John of Woodcock Road – clock maker).
  34. 9 September 1806 – Baptised Ann  HALL (born 6 September 1806)  daughter of  John Hall of the Ashes (tailor – son of Robert of Hurst and the ASHES– tailor) and Hannah SHEPLEY (daughter of John of Woodcock Road – clock maker).
  35. 6 May 1808 –  Baptised Hannah NEWTON (born 19 November) daughter of John NEWTON of the ASHES and Rebecca HAGUE.
  36. 21 September 1809 – Baptised Nancy NEWTON (born 21 July) daughter of John NEWTON of the ASHES and Rebecca HAGUE.
  37. 26 December 1809 – Baptised Robert  HALL (born 7 September 1809 ) son of John Hall of the Ashes (tailor – son of Robert of Hurst of the ASHES– tailor) and Hannah SHEPLEY (daughter of John of Woodcock Road – clock maker).
  38. 9 September 1809             Baptised Ann  HALL (born 16 September 1806 ) daughter of John Hall of the Ashes (tailor – son of Robert of Hurst of the ASHES– tailor) and Hannah SHEPLEY (daughter of John of Woodcock Road – clock maker).   ENTERED PREVIOUSLY – SEE 1806.
  39. 16 February 1812 – Baptised Joseph   NEWTON (born 25 September 1811) son of John NEWTON of the ASHES and Rebecca HAGUE.
  40. 8 October 1815 –  Baptised John BOWERS  son of William BOWERS  of the AHSES – cotton spinner – and Mary.
  41. 21 April 1816 – Baptised Lois NEWTON  daughter of John NEWTON of the ASHES and Rebecca HAGUE.  Rebecca was listed as a widow.
  42. 25 August 1816 – Baptised John OLLERENSHAW son of Thomas OLLERENSHAW of the ASHES – labourer – and Hannah.
  43. 1 November 1818 – Baptised Mary Ann NEWTON daughter of William NEWTON of the ASHES – cotton spinner – and Sarah.
  44. 5 March 1820 –    Baptised Betty NEWTON daughter of William NEWTON of the ASHES – cotton spinner – and Sarah.
  45. 7 April 1822 –        Baptised Lois NEWTON daughter of William NEWTON of the ASHES – cotton spinner – and Sarah.
  46. 26 May 1822 –      Baptised Mary HALL daughter of Aaron HALL of the AHSES – tailor – and Betty.
  47. 21 February 1823 – Baptised Isaac TAYLOR son of Thomas TAYLOR  of the ASHES – Book Keeper –  and Ellen.
  48. 2 April 1823 –        Baptised  Thomas OLLERENSHAW son of Thomas OLLERENSHAW  of the ASHES – labourer – and Hannah.
  49. 28 November 1824 – Baptised John NEWTON son of William NEWTON of the ASHES – Cotton spinner – and Sarah.
  50. 23 July 1825 –       Baptised Ann SHAW daughter of John SHAW of the ASHES – Cotton spinner – and Nancy.
  51. 20 June 1827 –     Baptised Mary  SHAW daughter of John SHAW of the ASHES – Cotton spinner – and Nancy.
  52. 16 December 1827 – Baptised Joseph NEWTON son of William NEWTON of the ASHES – Cotton spinner – and Sarah.
  53. 3 May 1829 – Baptised John ALLEN son of James ALLEN of the ASHES – stone mason – and Alice.
  54. 25 March 1830 – Baptised John  SHAW son  of John SHAW of the ASHES – Cotton spinner – and Nancy.
  55. 30 October 1831 – Baptised William NEWTON son of William NEWTON of the ASHES – Cotton spinner – and Sarah.
  56. 30 October 1831 – Baptised Hannah HALL daughter of Robert HALL of the ASHES – tailor – and Betty.
  57. 18 October 1832 – Baptised Barnabas SHAW son of John SHAW of the ASHES – Cotton spinner – and Nancy.
  58. 24 March 1833 – Baptised  Sarah Ann SHEPPARD daughter of William SHEPPARD of the ASHES – farmer – and Mary.
  59. 5 May 1833 –        Baptised Esther WOOD daughter of Joseph WOOD of the ASHES – labourer – and Hannah.
  60. 11 August 1833 – Baptised Sarah BOWDEN daughter of Joseph BOWDEN of the ASHES – Carpenter – and Ruth.
  61. 6 May 1834 –        Baptised Issachar NEWTON son of William NEWTON of the ASHES – Cotton spinner – and Sarah.
  62. 14 September 1835 –  Baptised Mary WOOD daughter of Joseph WOOD of the ASHES – labourer – and Hannah.
  63. 27 September 1835 – Baptised John SHEPPARD son of William SHEPPARD of the ASHES – farmer – and Mary.
  64. 28 August 1836 – Baptised Sarah NEWTON daughter of William NEWTON of the ASHES – Farmer  – and Sarah.
  65. 19 March 1837 – Baptised Esther WOOD daughter of Joseph WOOD of the ASHES – labourer – and Ann.
  66. 7 May 1837 – Baptised  William Henry SHEPPARD son of William SHEPPARD of the ASHES – farmer – and Mary.
  67. 17 May 1676 – Buried Dorothea NEWTON daughter of Edmundi NEWTON of the ASHES.
  68. 26 June 1676 – Buried Rachel NEWTON daughter of Edmundi NEWTON of the ASHES.
  69. 12 July 1676 – Buried  Jana NEWTON spouse of Emundi NEWTON of the ASHES.
  70. 18 June 1678 –     Buried Gulielmus son of Gulielmi NEWTON and Mariae of the ASHES Dinting.
  71. 5 November 1681 – Buried  Elizabetha NEWTON spouse of Edmundi NEWTON of ASHES.
  72. 10 February 1695/6 – Buried Ellen NEWTON spouse of Edmund NEWTON of the ASHES, Dinting.
  73. 5 March 1710/11 – Buried Josephus NEWTON son of Willielmi NEWTON of the ASHES and Aliciae.
  74. 15 April 1718 – Buried William GARSIDE of the ASHES.
  75. 23 May 1729 – Buried Benjamin NEWTON of the ASHES – pauper.
  76. 23 October 1729 – Buried Betty NEWTON daughter of John NEWTON of the ASHES.
  77. 30 June 1731  – Buried William NEWTON of the ASHES.
  78. 3 September 1737 – Buried William NEWTON of the ASHES – pauper.
  79. 13 January 1759 – Buried Miss THOMAS daughter of ??? THOMAS of the ASHES.
  80. 19 June 1776 –  Buried daughter of William NEWTON of the ASHES.
  81. 13 December 1783 – Buried Agnes NEWTON (born 1758 – died 10 December 1783) daughter of William NEWTON of the ASHES.  Aged 25 years.
  82. 11 May 1784  – Buried Ann NEWTON (born 1709 – died 8 May 1784) of the ASHES.  Aged 75 yrs.
  83. 2 April 1786 – Buried Joseph NEWTON (born 1784 – died 31 March 1784) son of Joseph NEWTON of the ASHES.  Infant.
  84. 5 April 1786 – Buried William NEWTON (born 1784 – died 4 April 1784) son of Joseph NEWTON of the ASHES.  Infant.
  85. 25 November 1787 – Buried Nancy NEWTON (born 1778 – died 22 November 1787) daughter of Joseph NEWTON of the ASHES.  Age 9 years.
  86. 18 December 1788 – Buried Martha NEWTON (born 1724 – died 16 December 1788) wife of William NEWTON of the ASHES.  64 years.
  87. 11 November 1790 – Buried William (born 1790 – died 9 November) son of William NEWTON of the ASHES.  Infant.
  88. 9 November 1792 – Buried Thomas Newton (born 1792 – died 6 November 1792) son of Joseph NEWTON of the ASHES – spinner.  Infant buried in the church.15 November 1799 – Buried William NEWTON (born 1728 – died 1799) of the ASHES. Aged 71 years. 
  89. 25 July 1805 – Buried Joseph Wood NEWTON (born 1792 – died 1805) son of John and Esther.  Aged 13 years.
  90. 21 July 1807 – Buried Robert HALL (born 1734 – died 1807) of the ASHES.  Aged 73 y.
  91. 12 April 1808 – Buried John Wood NEWTON (born 1762 – died 1808) of THE ASHES.  Aged 46 years.
  92. 2 November 1809 – Buried Mary WOOD (born 1794 – died 1809) daughter of Esther WOOD of the ASHES.  Aged 15 years.
  93. 9 March 1811 – Buried James NEWTON (born 1798 – died 1811) son of Esther NEWTON of the AHSES.  Aged 13 years.
  94. 24 March 1812 – Buried Martha WOOD (born 1800 – died 1812) daughter of Esther WOOD (widow) of the ASHES.  Aged 12 years.
  95. 9 October 1815 – Buried John BOWERS Infant, ASHES.
  96. 14 November 1815 – Buried John NEWTON of the ASHES (born 1779).  Aged 36 years.
  97. 24 March  1816 –  Buried John Wood NEWTON of the ASHES (born 1790) .  Aged 26 years.
  98. 24 May 1816 –      Buried Lois NEWTON of the ASHES.  Infant.
  99. 7 February 1819 – Buried Alice WOOD of the ASHES (born 1796).  Aged 23 years.
  100. 100.  2 April 1823 –      Buried Joseph OLLERENSHAW of the ASHES (born 1819).  Aged 4 years.
  101. 101.  23 April 1823 – Buried John HALL of the ASHES (born 1792).  Aged 31 years.
  102. 102.  25 July 1824 –      Buried William Wood NEWTON of the ASHES (born 1807).  Aged 17 y.
  103. 103.  9  February 1826 – Buried Mary NEWTON of the ASHES (born 1754).  Aged 72 yrs.
  104. 104.  10 May 1827 –    Buried John HALL of the ASHES (born 1755).  Aged 72 years.
  105. 105.  9 September 1832 – Buried James HALL of the ASHES (born 1777).  Aged 55 years.
  106. 106.  19 February 1833 – Buried Betty HALL of the ASHES (born 1767).  Aged 66 years.
  107. 107.  13 February 1834 – Buried Esther Wood NEWTON of the ASHES (born 1834).  Infant.
  108. 108.  15 March 1835 – Buried Joseph NEWTON of the ASHES (born 1752).  Aged 83 yrs.
  109. 109.  19 March 1837 – Buried Esther WOOD of the ASHES (born 1770).  Aged 67 years.

 

 

 


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