All Saints Church – Glossop

PARISH REGISTERS OF ALL SAINTS CHURCH – OLD GLOSSOP
1620 – 1837

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GEE MENTIONS
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A. MARRIAGES:

     1.. 3 January 1654/55– Grace GEE of Glossop married Robert BOORE same parish.
     2.. 29 November 1681– Gratia GEE of Glossop married Richardus OLLIVER same parish.
     3.. 2 July 1683– Sarah GEE of Glossop married Nicholas GODDARD same parish.
     4.. 6 September 1687– Ruth GEE of Glossop married Francis ASHTON same parish.
     5.. 29 April 1697– Francis GEE of Glossop married Margaret BOOTH same parish.
     6.. 11 September 1700– Elizabeth GEE of Glossop married James RIDGEWAY same parish.
     7.. 8 February 1700/01– Francis GEE of Glossop married Elizabeth BARNES same parish.
     8.. 26 January 1705/06– Georgius GEE married Diana SWINDELS of Bowden Middlecale.
     9.. 29 April 1712– Martha GEE of Stockport married Willielmus DOXON of Glossop.
     10.. 14 May 1717– Johannes GEE of Glossop married Deborah BRIGGS of Hayfield.
     11.. 1749– Jonathan GEE married Martha HYDE.
     12.. 28 November 1758– Samuel DOWNS married Phebey MELLOR both of Glossop. Marriage was conducted by JOHN GEE.
     13.. 9 June 1756– James HYDE married Ann BOWDEN. Witness was Jonathan GEE.
     14.. 17 November 1763– Abraham BROADBENT married Mary SWALLOW both of Glossop. Marriage was conducted by JOHN GEE.
     15.. 8 April 1765– Paul MASON married Hannah HIGGENBOTTOM both of Glossop. Marriage was conducted by JOHN GEE curate of Woodhead.
     16.. 25 May 1769– Margaret GEE of Glossop married Samuel MARRIOTT same parish.
              Witnesses were John BRAY and John FOX.
     17.. 27 July 1769– Margaret GEE of Glossop married John SHAW same parish.
              Witnesses were Anthony BARBER and John DEWSNAP.
     18.. 24 January 1771– John GEE of Glossop married Betty BRADBURY same parish.
              Witnesses were John HAIGH and Anthony BARBER.
     19.. 20 February 1776– Mary GEE of Glossop married Thomas WHITE same parish.
              Witnesses were Anthony BARBER and Edmund BRADBURY.
     20.. 17 February 1778– John GEE of Glossop married Olive ROSE same parish.
              Witnesses were Joseph BROCKLEHURST and…..BOWDEN.
     21.. 15 December 1778– Betty GEE of Glossop married William OLLERENSHAW same parish.
              Witnesses were Isaac GEE and James GEE.
     22.. 16 May 1780– Cornelius GEE of Glossop married Nancy BARBER same parish.
              Witnesses were Mathew BARBER and Daniel BARBER.
     23.. 11 July 1780– Isaac GEE of Glossop married Betty HYDE same parish.
              Witnesses were henry BRAY and James GEE.
     24.. 30 August 1781– George JEE of Glossop married Betty HADFIELD same parish.
              Witnesses were Richard GARRETT and John HADFIELD.
     25.. 2 April 1782– Jesse GEE of Glossop married Melissa HYDE same parish.
              Witnesses were Henry BRAY and George JEE.
     26.. 7 November 1782– Nancy GEE of Glossop married John WOLLEY same parish.
             Witnesses were William BENNETT and Thomas WHITE.
     27.. 11 January 1785– Nancy (Susan?) GEE married Thomas GARLICK both of Glossop.
             Witnesses were Joseph GARLICK and James GEE.
     28.. 17 May 1791– Thomas GEE of Glossop married Betty BOOTH same parish.
             Witnesses were John RHODES and Joseph GEE.
     29.. 20 February 1792– Esther GEE of Glossop married Jonathan BRIDGE same parish.
             Witnesses were Henry BRAY and James ALLSOP.
     30.. 1 January 1797– John GEE of Glossop married Mary MOSS same parish.
             Witnesses were Thomas MOSS and James MOSS.
     31.. 10 November 1801– John GEE of Glossop married Elizabeth THORNLEY same parish.
             Witnesses were Robert CARRINGTON and Richard THORNLEY.
     32.. 6 January 1803– Martha GEE of Glossop married James HUDSON same parish.
             Witnesses were Edward PICKFORD and Charles WINTERBOTTOM.
     33.. 14 April 1805– John GEE of Glossop married Clarissa STORER same parish.
             Witnesses were Abel ROWBOTTOM and John PICKFORD.
     34.. 9 May 1805– John GEE of Glossop married Mary CARRINGTON of Castleton.
             Witnesses were James CARRINGTON and Robert CARRINGTON.
     35.. 3 August 1806– Mary GEE of Glossop married Robert POTT of Glossop.
             Witnesses were Thomas MONDLEY; Slandler? BARBER; Anthony GEE.
     36.. 15 September 1806– Mary GEE of Glossop married Joshua ROWBOTTOM of Glossop.   Witnesses were Samuel ROWBOTTOM and Joshua BOOTH.
     37.. 26 October 1806– Ann GEE of Glossop married Thomas STAFFORD same parish.
             Witnesses were Anthony GEE and Robert MILNER.
     38.. 19 October 1807– Ellen GEE of Glossop married Elias BANCROFT same parish.
             Witnesses were John HADFIELD and John SHUTTLEWORTH.
     39.. 6 June 1808– Joseph GEE of Glossop married Sarah STAFFORD same parish.
             Witnesses were P. WHITE and John SEVILL.
     40.. 12 November 1809– Betty GEE of Glossop married William WILDIN same parish.
             Witnesses were James ROWBOTTOM and Joseph TAYLOR.
     41.. 31 December 1810– Harriet GEE of Glossop married Thomas HADFIELD same parish.
             Witnesses were Edward PICKFORD and Edmund BRADBURY.
     42.. 19 May 1811– Ann GEE of Glossop married Richard MIDDLETON same parish.
             Witnesses were William WOOD and Benjamin LORD.
     43.. 9 February 1812– George GEE of Glossop married Nancy GOODWIN of Glossop.
             Witnesses were George BOWDEN and Jonas BOWDEN.
     44.. 17 July 1815– Betty GEE of Glossop married Joseph HADFIELD same parish.
             Witnesses were William HADFIELD and George FERN.
     45.. 8 February 1819– Jane GEE of Glossop married Peter HADFIELD same parish.
             Witnesses were Mariah POTTS and Randle WESTBROOK.
     46.. 27 September 1819– John GEE of Glossop married Martha BOWDEN same parish.
             Witnesses were Dan BOOTH and Anthony GEE.
     47.. 15 October 1821– Samuel GEE of Glossop married Martha HYDE same parish.
             Witnesses were Robert SHEPLEY and Joseph BENNETT.
     48.. 22 September 1822– Joseph GEE of Glossop married Betty POTT same parish.
             Witnesses were Peter HADFIELD and Daniel PLUMER.
     49.. 2 October 1822– Joseph GEE of Glossop married Nancy WOOD same parish.
              Witnesses were Bernard HOWARD and John PLATT.

     50. .    8 November 1825    Mary GEE (Rowbottom – see # 36) married John HADFIELD.  Witnesses were John GEE and Joseph GEE.
     51.. 26 April 1826– Ann GEE of Glossop married James TAYLOR same parish.
             Witnesses were William KIDD and Joseph COOPER.
     52.. 19 August 1827– George GEE of Glossop married Ellen LLOYD same parish.
             Witnesses were Peter HADFIELD and William WILLS.
     53.. 4 November 1828– Ann GEE of Glossop married John SHIRT of Castleton.
             Witnesses were William TYM and Sarah GEE.
     54.. 13 September 1830– Esther GEE of Glossop married James WATERHOUSE same parish.
             Witnesses were John ROBINSON and John Alsop.
     55.. 26 May 1832– Ann GEE of Glossop married John HADFIELD a widower.  Witnesses were George BENNETT and Robert WINTERBOTTOM.
     56.. 7 July 1834– Jesse GEE of Glossop married Elizabeth WRIGHT same parish.
             Witnesses were James PLATT and Thomas HARRINSON.
     57.. 6 September 1835 William GEE of Glossop married Lissey HOWARD of Glossop. Witnesses were Levi GEE and Robert WINTERBOTTOM.

B. BAPTISMS:

     1.. 4 February1655/56– Born Elizabeth to Robert and Grace BOORE – Hadfield.
     2.. 9 November 1657– Born Thomas to Robert and Grace BOORE – Hadfield.
     3.. 14 April 1661– Born Maria to Robert and Grace BOORE – Hadfield.
     4.. 9 June 1663– Born John to Robert and Grace BOORE – Hadfield.
     5.. 21 April 1698– Born Robertus to Francis and Sarah GEE- Chinley. Baptised 24 April.
     6.. 3 July 1699– Thomas born to George GEE – Bowden Middlecale.
     7.. 19 May 1782– Christopher GEE born to Esther GEE – Glossop. Illegitimate.
     8.. 21 March 1793– Mary born to Jonathan BRIDGE and Esther – Glossop. Bap 17 April.
     9.. 16 August 1795– Thomas born to Jonathan BRIDGE and Esther GEE – Glossop. Bap 4 Oct.
     10.. 17 March 1824– Ann born to John and Martha GEE – Chunal. Weaver.

C: BURIELS:

     1.. 2 January 1626/7– Robertus son of Reginaldi and Isabellae GEE – Hadfielde, Glossop.
     2.. 6 May 1637– Helena daughter of Georgii GEE – Chesworth.
     3.. 20 July 1639– Radulphus son of Georgii GEE – Moreside.
     4.. 25 January 1640/1– Reginaldus son of Robti GEE – Hadfield.
     5.. 17 November 1653– Childe of Robert GEESE – Catstone.
     6.. 18 September 1682– Robertus BORE – Hadfield.
     7.. 25 February 1796– Sarah GEE – Waterside – 21yr.
     8.. 20 September 1796– Infant Thomas son of Jonathan and Ester BRIDGE 0f Padfield.
     9.. 6 march 1798– infant Henry son of Jonathan and Ester BRIDGE 0f Water side.
     10.. 7 April 1801– Esther spouse of Jonathan BRIDGE of Hadfield – 50 yr.
     11.. 2 April 1823– Joseph OLERENSHAW of the ASHES – 4 y.
     12.. 20 January 1833– Infant Barnabas SHAW of the AHSES.
     13.. 19 February 1833– Betty HALL of the ASHES – 66y.

Glossop Parish Church of All Saints – Diocese of Derby – old view of the Parish Church.

The “Doomsday Book” is the record of the great survey of much of England and parts of Wales and was completed in 1086, executed for “William the conqueror.” The book was mostly written in Latin and the main purpose of the survey was to determine who held which lands and what taxes were payable to the Church of England and therefore the Crown. What the book said who owned what and the worth of the land holdings became law and so, in English, the book became to be known as “the Book of Judgment” or simply put – Doomsday.

Glossop is a small town in High Peak, Derbyshire, 15 miles east of Manchester and 24 miles west of Sheffield. Glossop was a small hamlet recorded in the Doomsday Book of 1086. A market charter for Glossop was given in 1290. The name was probably derived from “Glott’s Hop”, with hop meaning valley and Glott probably being a chieftain’s name.

Prior to the 1700”s, the medieval economy was based on sheep and the production of wool. Then during the 18th century a good transport system began to take shape between Glossop and Liverpool and the cotton industry sprung up, facilitated by the natural topography of Glossop and the surrounding areas – namely abundant soft water and high humidity necessary to spin cotton under tension.

The parish records of the All Saints Church of Old Glossop dates back to 1620, however, the present day church as pictured below, does not. The old church depicted above was rebuilt circa 1831 – 1853.

ALL SAINTS CHURCH – Contributor of this Photo is D Johnston. © This is the newer church.

The rebuilding work of the 19th century was paid for by the Duke of Norfolk, who also endowed a school which bears his name. The original school buildings are still in use.

In 1831,the population of the Parish of Glossop, which included the Chapeleries of Chinley-Bugsworth, Kinder, Hayfield to mention only 3 out of 21, was 13,766 inhabitants. Chinley contained only 1,038 inhabitants, while Kinder had 129 people. Hayfield contained only about 1,100 people. Mellor was larger with approximately 4,872. See chart # 1 below:
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Population
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……………………………………………………….Status……………1831…………1849
……………………………………………………….Parish………….13766……….22898
Glossop…………………………………………..Township……….1351………..3548
Beard………………………………………………Hamlet…………….332………….290
Charlesworth…………………………………..Chapelry……….1005
Charlesworth……………………………………Ecclesiastical…………………..2856
Charlesworth…………………………………..Township……………………….. 1732
Chinley……………………………………………Chapelry……….1038………….. 996
Chisworth & Ludworth…………………….Township………1077
Chisworth……………………………………….Township……………………………532
Chunal…………………………………………….Township………..145…………… 111
Dinting……………………………………………Township…………152…………… 387
Great-Hamlet………………………………….Township…………………………….705
Great-Hamlet………………………………….Hamlet………………………………..929
Hadfield………………………………………….Township…………659…………..1499
Hayfield………………………………………….Chapelry Included in parish..2711
Hayfield………………………………………….Township ……………………………1715
Kinder…………………………………………….Hamlet…………….129……………..130
Ludworth………………………………………..Township…………………………….1476
Mellor……………………………………………..Chapelry………..4872…………..2015
Mellor…………………………………………….Township ……….2099
New Mills………………………………………..Township……..ca 5000………..3595
Ollerset …………………………………………..Hamlet……………293……………..257
Padfield ………………………………………….Township………..499…………..1656
Phoside……………………………………………Liberty……………504
Phoside……………………………………………Hamlet………………………………..656
Simmondley…………………………………….Township………..340……………592
Thornsett ……………………………………….Hamlet…………….758…………….764
Whitfield…………………………………………Township…………984………….3044
Whittle……………………………………………Hamlet……………1696…………..2284

Chart # 1.

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