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Reference Q
Held by Derbyshire Record Office

Administrative history:
The Court of Quarter Sessions was the meeting of the Justices of the Peace held 4 times a year from 1362 to 1971 when Quarter Sessions were abolished.
Although the principal functions of the Court were to determine judicial cases and to take the preliminary hearings of more serious cases which would progress to the Assize Courts, from the 16th century many other duties were imposed upon the Justices by central government. They administered the licensing laws and became in effect the County government, whilst the Court was designated as a place of registration for a variety of purposes by direction of numerous Acts of Parliament.
Keepers or conservators of the peace had been periodically appointed from 1285 but their powers were limited and it was not until 1361 that they became justices rather than merely keepers of the peace and that provision was made for the appointment of a custos rotulorum (keeper of the rolls or records). From 1362, the Justices were to meet 4 times a year. In Derbyshire their meetings were generally known as Hilary, Easter, Midsummer and Michaelmas Sessions, respectively sitting in January, April, July and October.

Contents:
No records of the mediaeval justices have survived. The earliest records known date from the reign of Elizabeth I (1558-1603) and consist of a small number of documents from the Quarter Sessions bundles and the earliest of the rolls of deeds of bargain and sale enrolled under legislation of 1535.
Except for entries made on the rolls of deeds of bargain and sale, no Quarter Sessions records are known from the period of James I's reign (1603-1625) or from the early years of the reign of his successor Charles I. From the mid-17th century, the work of the Court and the Justices becomes progressively better documented. In part, this was because greater care was probably taken of the records but there was also an increase in document creation, with new record series initiated as a result of Parliamentary legislation.
Records of Quarter Sessions have been grouped as follows:
Q/J records relating to the Justices
Q/S records of the Court in session
Q/A records of administration
Q/R records enrolled, registered or deposited with Quarter Sessions
Q/M miscellaneous series
Records relating to the Justices of the Peace
Q/JP/1/1-18 commissions of the peace
Q/JP/2/1-40 writs of dedimus potestatem
Q/JP/3/1-20 qualification oaths
Q/JP/4/1-85 certificates of qualification
Q/JP/5-7 lists of justices
Records of the Court in Session
Q/SB/1/1-21 "Liber Pacis" or book of the peace
Q/SB/2/1-1403 session papers
Q/SB/3/1-2 precepts (sheriff's writs)
Q/SB/4/1-27 jury panels
Q/SB/9/1-606 highway and footpath closures and diversions
Q/SC/1/1-13 poor rate valuations and assessments
Q/SD/1/1-5/2 records relating to tithe, particularly corn rents
Q/SM/1/1-17 ?draft minutes
Q/SM/2/1-8 minutes of indictments
Q/SM/3/1-10 recognisance books
Q/SO/1/1-70 order books (microfiche 1682-1853)
Q/SO/2/1-3 orders of sessions (administrative only)
Q/SO/3/1-8 printed "Minutes of Proceedings" (administrative only)
Q/SP/1/1-18 calendars of prisoners
Records of administration
Q/AB/1/1-2/33 records relating to gaols and lock-ups
Q/AB/3/1-117 returns of lock-ups 1790
Q/AD/1/1-41/4 militia
Q/AF/8/1-41 coroners' expenses claims
Q/AF/9/1-183 corn price returns and certificates
Q/AG/1-36 cotton mill apprentices
Q/AH/1/1-7/19 highways and bridges
Q/AL lunacy records
Q/AM/1/1-14 weights and measures
Q/AM/2/1-43 land carriage rates
Q/AM/3/1-18 hemp and flax bounties
Q/AM/4/1-2 gunpowder mill and stores
Q/AM/5/1 theatre licensing
Q/AR/1/1-92 enclosure acts
Q/AR/4/1-3 returns, act and report on the poor laws
Q/AT/1/1-19 transportation to America
Enrolment, registration and deposit
Q/RA/1/1-5 licensed victuallers (alehouse and innkeepers)
Q/RA/2/1-7 badgers, drovers and swa(i)lers
Q/RA/3/1 slaughterhouses
Q/RA/4/1 woolwinders
Q/RD/1/1-7/1 militia enrolment (fiche)
Q/RE/1/1-2 registration of annuities
Q/RE/2/1-93 poll books
(not numbered) land tax assessments (film)
(not numbered) electoral registers (fiche to 1900)
Q/RG/1/1-3/6 poor rate returns
Q/RJ/1/1-2/94 men eligible for jury service
Q/RK corn rents and tithe payments
Q/RM/1/1-4/62 miscellaneous registration (gamekeepers, hairpowder duty, boats and barges, crop returns)
Q/RP deposited plans
Q/RR/1/1-22/9 religion and state security
Q/RS/2/1-28 Friendly Societies and Benefit Building Societies
Q/RS/4/1-44 Savings Banks
Q/RS/5/1-44 printing presses
Q/RT/1-3955 turnpike accounts
Q/RV vagrant passes and settlement examinations
Miscellaneous
Q/MP/1/1-41 Derby Division Petty Sessions
Q/MP/2/1 Derby Division Petty Sessions, Long Eaton and Sawley
Q/MP/3/1-2 Borough of Glossop, commissions of the peace



QUARTER SESSIONS - COURT IN SESSION  Q/S  [n.d.]

'Liber Pacis' (Book of the Peace)  Q/SB/1  [n.d.]

Contents:
These documents are the sheriff's returns or 'Calendars' of those summoned to attend the general sessions of the peace 1558 - 1870.
The origin of the term Liber Pacis is unknown.
At their fullest, 1761 - 1828, the Liber Pacis gave the names of the justices of the peace, the coroners, bailiffs and high (or chief) constables of the hundreds, the master of the houses of correction and the gaoler. In addition, a very few names of prisoners in the houses of correction or the gaol may be found in the late 17th and early 18th centuries, and the mames of the jurors 'ad inquirend' were once given (in the Calendar for Michaelmas Sessions 1 Anne [1702]).
In the 16th c and for about three-quarters of the 17th c, the calendars were small, without name or heading, and either undated (16th c) or dated only by session and year (17th c). The place of meeting was sometimes given.
The earliest surviving of the larger, more formal calendars is that for Epiphany sessions 26 Charles II [1675]. It is the first known to have a formal heading in which it is styled a calendar and which gives the place of meeting and a full date of day, month and year. (The calendar for 1650 has a fuller heading than any other before 1675 but is not styled a calendar). All of the calendars thereafter follow this style.
There were four general sessions of the peace each year, held near the feast of Epiphany, Easter, the feast of the translation of Thomas the Martyr, and Michaelmas. In practice, they were held normally in early January, April, July and October. In the mid-17th century, some sessions were 'Margaret' sessions, presumably being the midsummer sessions, as there are two feasts of Saints Margaret in July (8 and 20 July).
The seven surviving 16th c calendars (1558-1589) are dated only by 19th c pencilled years. Each contains the names of 2 coroners and 7 or 8 bailiffs of hundreds or liberties. (Scarsdale once and Wirksworth 5 times were called wapentakes). The hundreds were High Peak, Scarsdale, Wirksworth, Repton, Gresley, Morlestone and Litchurch, and Appletree, with the addition sometimes of the liberty of the Soke of Sawley.
No calendars survive from James I's reign, and the earliest from Charles I's reign is that for Epiphany Sessions 9 Ch I [1634]. It contains the names of 2 coroners, 6 chief constables of hundreds (High Peak, Scarsdale, Wirksworth, Repton and Gresley, Morlestone and Litchurch and Appletree) and of 7 bailiffs of hundreds (as for chief constables, but with Repton and Gresley separate). From 1648/9 there were 6 bailiffs and 6 chief constables (or high constables) named in each calendar, until changes in the 19th c.
An additional coroner was named in the calendar for Epiphany Sessions 26 Ch II [1675] and one of the three was for the liberty of Lancaster. In Midsummer Sessions 28 Ch II [1676], the number increased to four, two for the county and one each for the liberties of the hundred of Scarsdale and the Duchy of Lancaster. Thereafter, the number varied generally being three or four but rising to five in 1840, at which number it remained. The April 1752 and October 1759 calendars were the last in which the coroners' areas were specified.
The masters of the houses of correction were first named in the calendar for Midsummer Sessions 28 Ch II [1676]. There were three, for Derby, Ashbourne, and Chesterfield, until at Michaelmas 1711 one for Tideswell was added, and at Epiphany 1728/9 a fifth unspecified one completed the number. It was probably for Wirksworth, judging from the calendars of Michaelmas 1733 onwards. Sometimes, the hundred rather than the town was given (Appletree instead of Ashbourne, High Peak for Tideswell and Scarsdale for Chesterfield).
Headings for the names of prisoners in the gaol and/or the houses of correction first appeared in the Calendar for Michaelmas 32 Ch II [1680], but usually no names were given. When they were, the names of the committing magistrates and the offences in general terms were also given. The last heading was in the calendar for Michaelmas 1759, but no names had appeared under the heading for some years.
The justices of the peace were first named in the Easter Calendar 5 W & M [1693] (unless they appeared in the missing calendars between midsummer sessions 1689 and the 1693 calendars). Thereafter, it was unusual for them not to be listed.
The gaoler was first named in the Epiphany Calendar for 1761.
In the 19th c, there were some changes: the masters of the houses of correction were last listed at Easter 1828, from and including April 1848, the high constables were normally only named in the Autumn calendars (and for 3 years, 1865-7, were not mentioned at all) and by the Autumn of 1854 one man had absorbed the office of bailiff for all the hundreds.
From the time of the larger calendars (1675) it is possible that they acted as wrappers for the sessions bundles.
Files of Sheriff's Returns from 1760-1870 are almost complete

File of sheriff's returns  Q/SB/1/1  1558-1589

Contents:
The individual items are undated but a date in modern handwriting is noted on each return. All except the return for 1570 are annotated Derb ss, but whether indicating Derbyshire sessions or Sessions held at Derby is not evident.

lists 2 coroners and 7 bailiffs for High Peak, Scarsdale, Wirksworth, Appletree, 'Repyndon' [Repton], Gresley and Morleston and Litchurch  Q/SB/1/1/1  1558

lists 2 coroners and 7 bailiffs for High Peak, Scarsdale, Wirksworth, Appletree, 'Repyndon' [Repton], Gresley and Morleston and Litchurch  Q/SB/1/1/2  1562

lists 2 coroners and 7 bailiffs for High Peak, Scarsdale, Wirksworth, Appletree, 'Repyndon' [Repton], Gresley and Morleston and Litchurch with additional bailiff for the liberty of the Soke of Sawley  Q/SB/1/1/3  1563

lists 2 coroners and 7 bailiffs for High Peak, Scarsdale, Wirksworth, Appletree, 'Repyndon' [Repton], Gresley and Morleston and Litchurch with additional bailiff for the liberty of the Soke of Sawley  Q/SB/1/1/4  1569

lists 2 coroners and 7 bailiffs for High Peak, Scarsdale, Wirksworth, Appletree, 'Repyndon' [Repton], Gresley and Morleston and Litchurch with additional bailiff for the liberty of the stoke of Sawley  Q/SB/1/1/5  1570

lists 2 coroners and 7 bailiffs for High Peak, Scarsdale, Wirksworth, Appletree, 'Repyndon' [Repton], Gresley and Morleston and Litchurch  Q/SB/1/1/6  1571

lists 2 coroners and 8 bailiffs for High Peak Scarsdale, Wirksworth, Appletree, Repton and Gresley, ?Sawley, and Morleston and Litchurch  Q/SB/1/1/7  1589

File of sheriff's returns, labelled 1633/4 to 1668 but also including return of 1672  Q/SB/1/2  1633/4-1672

gives names of 2 coroners, 6 chief constables of hundreds, 7 bailiffs of hundreds (Repton and Gresley have separate bailiffs)  Q/SB/1/2/1  [n.d.]

gives names of 2 coroners, 6 chief constables of hundreds, 7 bailiffs of hundreds (Repton and Gresley have separate bailiffs)  Q/SB/1/2/2  1634

gives names of 2 coroners, 6 chief constables of hundreds, 7 bailiffs of hundreds (Repton and Gresley have separate bailiffs)  Q/SB/1/2/3  1634

from this date gives names of 2 coroners, 6 chief constables of hundreds, 7 bailiffs of hundreds (Repton and Gresley have separate bailiffs) except that there are 6 bailiffs only, Repton and Gresley being combined, Epiphany 24 Ch 1648/9  Q/SB/1/2/4  1648/9

Epiphany 1650/1 (this is misplaced and should be after the Mich 1650 return)  Q/SB/1/2/5  1650/1

Derby, 23 Apr 1650  Q/SB/1/2/6  1650

Michaelmas 1650  Q/SB/1/2/7  1650

Easter 1651  Q/SB/1/2/8  1651

27 Apr 1652  Q/SB/1/2/9  1652

'Marg'... 1653 [probably Margaret Session ie Midsummer Sessions: there are two Saints Margaret, whose feasts are respectively 8 and 20 Jul]  Q/SB/1/2/10  1653

Michaelmas 1653  Q/SB/1/2/11  1653

c 1653-1654 and see after return of 1661  Q/SB/1/2/12  c1653-1654

Epiphany 1654/5  Q/SB/1/2/13  1654/5

Easter 1656  Q/SB/1/2/14  1656

Margaret 1658  Q/SB/1/2/15  1658

Easter 1660  Q/SB/1/2/16  1660

Easter 1655  Q/SB/1/2/17  1655

Margaret 1655  Q/SB/1/2/18  1655

Margaret 13 Ch II  Q/SB/1/2/19  1661

not dated, but comparison of names suggests a date about 1653 or 1654  Q/SB/1/2/20  ?1653/4

not dated, comparison of names suggests a date in the early 1660's, probably before Margaret Sessions 14 Ch II [1662]  Q/SB/1/2/21  c1660

Michaelmas 1664  Q/SB/1/2/22  1664

Epiphany 17 Ch II [1666], should be placed after Summer 17 Ch II [1665]  Q/SB/1/2/23  1666

Easter 17 Ch II  Q/SB/1/2/24  1665

Summer 17 Ch II  Q/SB/1/2/25  1665

Summer 18 Ch II, wrongly placed should be after return of Easter 18 Ch II [1666]  Q/SB/1/2/26  1666

Epiphany 14 Ch II  Q/SB/1/2/27  1663

Easter 18 Ch II  Q/SB/1/2/28  1666

Margaret 14 Ch II  Q/SB/1/2/29  1662

Michaelmas 14 Ch II  Q/SB/1/2/30  1662

Undated, comparison of names suggests a date about 17 or 18 Ch II; names only 4 high constables and 4 bailiffs  Q/SB/1/2/31  [n.d.]

Epiphany 20 Ch II  Q/SB/1/2/32  1669

Epiphany 21 Ch II  Q/SB/1/2/33  1670

Undated, exactly Epiphany 21 Ch II and Easter 24 Ch II  Q/SB/1/2/34  [n.d.]

Summer 20 Ch II  Q/SB/1/2/35  1668

Easter 24 Ch II  Q/SB/1/2/36  1672

File of Sheriff's Returns  Q/SB/1/3  1675-1689

Chesterfield, 10 Jan 26 Ch II  Q/SB/1/3/1  1675

Bakewell, 11 Jul 28 Ch II  Q/SB/1/3/2  1676

Chesterfield, 15 Jun 29 Ch II  Q/SB/1/3/3  1677

Derby, 5 Oct 32 Ch II  Q/SB/1/3/4  1680

Chesterfield, 9 Jan 34 Ch II  Q/SB/1/3/5  1683

Derby, 15 Apr 36 Ch II  Q/SB/1/3/6  1684

Derby, 7 Oct 36 Ch II  Q/SB/1/3/7  1684

Derby, 13 Apr 2 Ja II  Q/SB/1/3/8  1686

Chesterfield, 4 Oct 3 Ja II  Q/SB/1/3/9  1687

Bakewell, 16 Jul 1 W and M  Q/SB/1/3/10  1689

File of Sheriff's Returns  Q/SB/1/4  nd, 1693-1699

Arrangement: * indicates information from Order Books


Bakewell, 4 Jul (Scrap only)  Q/SB/1/4/1  [n.d.]

Derby, 25 Apr 5 W and M  Q/SB/1/4/2  1693

Bakewell, 11 Jul 5 W and M  Q/SB/1/4/3  1693

Chesterfield, 3 Oct 5 W and M  Q/SB/1/4/4  1693

Derby, 9 Jan 5 W and M  Q/SB/1/4/5  1694

Bakewell, 10 Jul 6 W and M  Q/SB/1/4/6  1694

Chesterfield, 2 Oct, 6 W and M  Q/SB/1/4/7  1694

Derby, ?10 Jan 6 W and M (Mary had died on 27 Dec 1694)  Q/SB/1/4/8  1695

Derby, 2 Apr 7 W  Q/SB/1/4/9  1695

Bakewell, 16 Jul 7 W  Q/SB/1/4/10  1695

Chesterfield, 8 Oct 7 W  Q/SB/1/4/11  1695

Derby, 14 Jan 7 W  Q/SB/1/4/12  1696

Bakewell, 12 Jul 10 W  Q/SB/1/4/13  1698

Chesterfield, Mich [4 Oct]* 10 WIII  Q/SB/1/4/14  1698

[Derby]*, [10 Jan]* 10 WIII Justices not named  Q/SB/1/4/15  1699

File of Sheriff's Returns  Q/SB/1/5  1702-1710

Chesterfield, 6 Oct, 1 Anne Names of jurors 'ad inquirend' included  Q/SB/1/5/1  1702

?[Derby], 11?[Jan] 2 Anne  Q/SB/1/5/2  1704

Derby, 14 Jan, 5 Anne  Q/SB/1/5/3  1706/7

Derby, 13 Jan 6 Anne  Q/SB/1/5/4  1707/8

Derby, 22 Apr 6 Anne  Q/SB/1/5/5  1707

Bakewell 15 Jul 6 Anne  Q/SB/1/5/6  170[7]

Chesterfield 7 Oct 6 Anne  Q/SB/1/5/7  1707

Derby 11 Jan 7 Anne  Q/SB/1/5/8  1708/9

Derby 13 Apr 7 Anne  Q/SB/1/5/9  1708

Bakewell 13 Jul 7 Anne  Q/SB/1/5/10  1708

Chesterfield, 3 Oct 9 Anne  Q/SB/1/5/11  1710

File of Sheriff's Returns  Q/SB/1/6  1711-1718

(membranes often in poor condition and dirty)

Contents:
* indicates Information from Order Books

Derby, 10 Apr  Q/SB/1/6/1  1711

Chesterfield, 2 Oct  Q/SB/1/6/2  1711

Derby, 29 Apr 11 Anne  Q/SB/1/6/3  1712

Contents:
Justices names partly missing

Chesterfield, 6 ?Oct 12 Anne  Q/SB/1/6/4  1713

Contents:
Justices not named

[Bakewell]* [14 Jul]* 12 [Anne]*  Q/SB/1/6/5  1713

Conditions of access: Part missing

Bakewell, 13 Jul 13 Anne  Q/SB/1/6/6  1714

[Chesterfield]*, 5 Oct [1]* George I endorsed in contemporary hand  Q/SB/1/6/7  1714

Derby, 30 Apr 3 GI  Q/SB/1/6/8  1717

[Chesterfield]*, 7 Oct 4 GI  Q/SB/1/6/9  1718

File of Sheriff's Returns  Q/SB/1/7  1720-1729

(several membranes in poor condition)

Contents:
* indicates Information from Order Books

Derby, 12 Jan 6 GI  Q/SB/1/7/1  1720

Derby, 26 Apr  Q/SB/1/7/2  1720

Bakewell, 12 Jul Justices not named  Q/SB/1/7/3  1720

Derby, 19 Jan  Q/SB/1/7/4  1722/3

Derby, 3 Apr  Q/SB/1/7/5  1722

Bakewell, 10 Jul  Q/SB/1/7/6  1722

Chesterfield, 2 Oct  Q/SB/1/7/7  1722

Chesterfield, 8 Oct  Q/SB/1/7/8  1723

Contents:
Justices not named

Derby, 12 Jan  Q/SB/1/7/9  1724/5

Derby, 14 Apr  Q/SB/1/7/10  1724

Derby, 6 Apr  Q/SB/1/7/11  1725

Bakewell, 13 Jul  Q/SB/1/7/12  1725

Chesterfield, 5 Oct  Q/SB/1/7/13  1725

Bakewell, 12 Jul  Q/SB/1/7/14  1726

[Derby]*, 11 Apr  Q/SB/1/7/15  1727

Derby, 14 Jan 5 masters of houses of correction named but the names of the houses are not given in this and next rolls until Oct  Q/SB/1/7/16  1728/9

Chesterfield, ?7 Oct  Q/SB/1/7/17  1729 in 19thc hand

File of Sheriff's Returns  Q/SB/1/8  1730-1738

(a number of membranes are in poor condition)

Contents:
* indicates Information from Order Books

[Derby]*, 12 Jan 4 GII  Q/SB/1/8/1  1730/1

Derby, 7 Apr  Q/SB/1/8/2  1730

[Bakewell]*, 14 Jul  Q/SB/1/8/3  1730

Chesterfield, 6 Oct 4 GII  Q/SB/1/8/4  1730

Derby, 11 Jan  Q/SB/1/8/5  1731/2

Derby, 27 Apr  Q/SB/1/8/6  1731

Bakewell, 13 Jul  Q/SB/1/8/7  1731

Chesterfield, 5 Oct  Q/SB/1/8/8  1731

Derby, 18 Apr  Q/SB/1/8/9  1732

Chesterfield, 2 Oct  Q/SB/1/8/10  1733

Derby, 14 Jan  Q/SB/1/8/11  1734/5

Derby, 23 Apr  Q/SB/1/8/12  1734

Bakewell, 16 Jul  Q/SB/1/8/13  1734

Chesterfield, 8 Oct  Q/SB/1/8/14  1734

Derby, 13 Jan  Q/SB/1/8/15  1735/6

Derby, 15 Apr  Q/SB/1/8/16  1735

Chesterfield, 5 Oct  Q/SB/1/8/17  1736

Derby, 11 Jan  Q/SB/1/8/18  1736/7

Derby, 19 Apr  Q/SB/1/8/19  1737

Bakewell, 12 Jul  Q/SB/1/8/20  1737

Chesterfield, 4 Oct  Q/SB/1/8/21  1737

Derby, 10 Jan  Q/SB/1/8/22  1737/8

Derby, 11 Apr  Q/SB/1/8/23  1738

Bakewell, 11 Jul  Q/SB/1/8/24  1738

File of Sheriff's Returns  Q/SB/1/9  1740-1749

Contents:
* indicates Information from Order Books

Bakewell, 15 Jul  Q/SB/1/9/1  1740

Derby, 13 Jan  Q/SB/1/9/2  1740/1

Bakewell, 14 Jul  Q/SB/1/9/3  1741

Chesterfield, 6 Oct  Q/SB/1/9/4  1741

Bakewell, 13 Jul Scarsdale master of house of correction not given in this and following calendars  Q/SB/1/9/5  1742

Chesterfield, 5 Oct  Q/SB/1/9/6  1742

Derby, 11 Jan  Q/SB/1/9/7  1742/3

Derby, 12 Apr  Q/SB/1/9/8  1742

Bakewell, 12 Jul  Q/SB/1/9/9  1743

Derby, 10 Jan  Q/SB/1/9/10  1743/4

Bakewell, [10]* Jul  Q/SB/1/9/11  1744

Chesterfield, 2 Oct 18 GII Master of Scarsdale House of Correction named again and in following calendars  Q/SB/1/9/12  1744

Derby, 23 Apr  Q/SB/1/9/13  1745

[Derby]* [14]* Jan  Q/SB/1/9/14  1745/6

De[rby] [8] Apr 19 GII  Q/SB/1/9/15  1746

[Bakewell]*, 14 Jul  Q/SB/1/9/16  1747

Derby, 10 Jan  Q/SB/1/9/17  1748/9

Chesterfield, 3 Oct  Q/SB/1/9/18  1749

File of Sheriff's Returns  Q/SB/1/10  1750-1760

Contents:
* indicates Information from Order Books

Bakewell, 10 Jul  Q/SB/1/10/1  1750

Chesterfield, 8 Oct  Q/SB/1/10/2  1751

Derby, 7 Apr  Q/SB/1/10/3  [1752]*

Chesterfield, 3 Oct  Q/SB/1/10/4  1752

Derby, 1 May  Q/SB/1/10/5  1753

Derby, 15 Jan  Q/SB/1/10/6  1754

Derby, 23 Apr  Q/SB/1/10/7  1754

Chesterfield, 8 Oct  Q/SB/1/10/8  1754

Derby, 14 Jan  Q/SB/1/10/9  1755

Derby, 8 Apr  Q/SB/1/10/10  1755

Chesterfield, 7 Oct  Q/SB/1/10/11  1755

Bakewell, 13 Jul  Q/SB/1/10/12  1756

Chesterfield, 5 Oct  Q/SB/1/10/13  1756

Derby, 11 Jan  Q/SB/1/10/14  1757

Derby, 19 Apr  Q/SB/1/10/15  1757

Bakewell, 12 Jul  Q/SB/1/10/16  1757

Chesterfield, 4 Oct  Q/SB/1/10/17  1757

Derby, 10 Jan  Q/SB/1/10/18  1758

Derby, 4 Apr  Q/SB/1/10/19  1758

Bakewell, 11 Jul  Q/SB/1/10/20  1758

Chesterfield, 3 Oct  Q/SB/1/10/21  1758

Derby, 9 Jan  Q/SB/1/10/22  1759

Bakewell, 10 Jul  Q/SB/1/10/23  1759

Chesterfield, 2 Oct  Q/SB/1/10/24  1759

Derby, 15 Jan  Q/SB/1/10/25  1760

Sheriff's returns. From the Jan 1761 return, the gaoler is named  Q/SB/1/11  Apr 1760-Jan 1770

Sheriff's returns  Q/SB/1/12  Apr 1770-Jan 1780

Sheriff's returns  Q/SB/1/13  Apr 1780-Jul 1789

Sheriff's returns The last sessions held at Bakewell was Aug 1796. Thereafter, three each year were at Derby, one at Chesterfield  Q/SB/1/14  Jan 1790-Jan 1800

Sheriff's returns  Q/SB/1/15  Apr 1800-Jan 1810

Sheriff's returns  Q/SB/1/16  May 1810-Jan 1820

Sheriff's returns Masters of the Houses of Correction ceased to be named from Jul 1828  Q/SB/1/17  Apr 1820-Jan 1830

Sheriff's returns  Q/SB/1/18  Apr 1830-Dec 1839

Sheriff's returns  Q/SB/1/19  Apr 1840-Jan 1850

Sheriff's returns  Q/SB/1/20  Apr 1850-Jan 1860

Sheriff's returns  Q/SB/1/21  Apr 1860-Jan 1870

Session Papers  Q/SB/2  [n.d.]

Archival history:
Papers ordered, numbered and listed in the 1960's or 1970's.

Contents:
The papers listed below were found loose but were probably once constituents of sessional bundles.

Memorandum of recognisances, William Wakelyn of Linton husbandman to keep the peace towards John ?Kelyng until the next sessions of the peace and his sureties; Wakelyn's release, Feb and Jul 4 Eliz  Q/SB/2/1  [1562]

Undated presentment from the Constable of Eyam - George Wilson  Q/SB/2/2  early 17th.c

Undated note of the Constables of Duffield  Q/SB/2/3  17th.c

Undated presentment of the Constable of Morleston and Litchurch Hundred - mentioning Langley, Long Eaton, Smalley  Q/SB/2/4  late 16th.c

Case paper at Haddon 8 Elizabeth - regarding Roger Pott, Thomas Johnson of Bakewell and Richard Mylnes of Haddon  Q/SB/2/5  26 May 1566

Undated list of drovers in parish of Bakewell  Q/SB/2/6  early 18th.c

Undated presentment of the Constable of Appletree mentioning Breadsall, Hilton, Tansley and Locko  Q/SB/2/7  late 16th.c

Fragment of a bill made by the Constable of Appletree  Q/SB/2/8  early 17th.c

?Fragment of a bill made by the Constable of Appletree  Q/SB/2/9  [n.d.]

Fragment relating to High Peak Hundred - names legible - Tideswell, Youlgreave mentioned. 1561 pencilled in  Q/SB/2/10  ?1561

Undated presentment of the Constable of Wirksworth, mentioning Wirksworth, Carsington and Brassington  Q/SB/2/11  ?late 16th.c

Presentment of the Constable of Morleston and Litchurch Hundred, mentioning Shardlow, Dale, Stanton, Sandiacre and Shipley - bridges and highways  Q/SB/2/12  16th.c

Case paper concerning Richard Wheldon, Henry Swynescowe and others of Sterndale, Hurdlow etc  Q/SB/2/13  16th.c

Badly damaged undated presentment of the Constable of Appletree  Q/SB/2/14  ?early 17th.c

Presentment of the Constable of Morleston and Litchurch - all well  Q/SB/2/15  ?late 16th.c

Presentment of Elizabeth Corneborrowe of Spondon - "an obstinate recusant". ("true bill" on the back)  Q/SB/2/16  17th.c

Case paper involving John Hunte of Repton, Thomas Hingley, Robert Sealle of Mesonne  Q/SB/2/17  ?16th.c

Presentment to the JP's signed by various of the inhabitants of Glossop that Ralph Mellor of Glossop "continueth to be a man verie contentious with his neighbours, refractorie and disobedient to his majasties laws and his officers etc etc" - wife and children had to leave home, and had to seek warrants against him etc  Q/SB/2/18  mid 17th.c

Certificate of the marriage of William Duffield of Egginton and Margaret Mekin, also of Egginton  Q/SB/2/19  30 September ?17th.c

Presentment of the Constables of Repton and Gresley - mentioning Normanton, Willesley, Chilcote, Appleby, Stanton, Walton, Ticknall, Gresley, Osmaston, Measham, Lullington, Rosliston, Coton, "Stantonward", Linton, Hartshorne, Smisby, Cauldwell, Stapenhill, Foremarke, Newton, Bretby, Milton, Swarkestone (presented someone for selling ale without a licence), Ingleby, Winshill and Chellaston  Q/SB/2/20  ?early 17th.c

Further presentment of the Constables of Repton and Gresley Hundred - mentioning Swarkestone, Stanton, Chellaston (presentment for beating the watchmen), Stapenhill, Catton, Osmaston, Normanton, Lullington, Chilcote, Walton, Newton, Stantonward, Appleby, Winshill, Measham, Willesley, Linton, Foremark, Smisby, Hartshorne, Coton, Rosliston, (presentment for "abusing me being Constable"), Melbourne, Milton, Bretby, Ticknall, Ingleby and Gresley  Q/SB/2/21  ?early 17th.c

Certificate of inhabitants of Bowden Chappell about behaviour of Elizabeth Green, mother of two bastards. (n.d. thought to be c.1630)  Q/SB/2/21a  c.1630

Presentment of the Constables of Morleston and Litchurch - every parish - West Hallam reports several people for missing church - Codnor a man presented for erecting a cottage on Codnor Waste and also another man for an unlicenced ale-house  Q/SB/2/22  c.1630

Presentment of the Constables of Repton and Gresley - most parishes as before - only Constable of Newton has anything to report  Q/SB/2/23  c.1630

Presentment of the Constables of Morleston and Litchurch - all parishes - as 22 exactly  Q/SB/2/24  c.1630

Presentment by Constable of Hathersage of people absent from Church (long list)  Q/SB/2/25  c.1630

Presentment by Constables of Appletree - mentioning stocks broken at Duffield, stocks at Brailsford, keeping ale without licence at Snelston, Rodsley and Belper (probably out of place)  Q/SB/2/26  ?late 16th.c

Presentment of Constables of Repton and Gresley, mentioning Packington, Measham and Osmaston  Q/SB/2/27  ?late 16th/early 17th.c

Certificate by William Edwards, Minister, and Churchwardens and others of North Wingfield, that the bastard daughter of Robert Norman by Mary Stubbige died and was buried at North Wingfield 25 April 1632; Robert Norman who was bound to Ashover Parish for her maintenance petitions to be discharged from his recognisance  Q/SB/2/28  1632

The examination of Robert Siddowne of Glapwell, labourer, 1 Nov 1633, accused of stealing corn belonging to Robert Woolhouse  Q/SB/2/29  1633

The examination of William Rollinson of Denby, nailer, accused of stealing two geese from Thomas Johnson of Loscoe  Q/SB/2/30  2 December 1633

Information of George Booth of Grindlow, husbandman, about stealing of a cloth jerkin from him by William Wyatt and Henry Hall  Q/SB/2/31a  25 November 1633

Examination of William Wyatt late of Grindlow, labourer; denies stealing jerkin etc  Q/SB/2/31b  [n.d.]

Information of Anthony Redfearne of Grindleford Bridge, miner, washing sieve stolen from his coe  Q/SB/2/32a  26 December 1633

Examination of Thomas Chalsworth of Eyam, miner, concerning the theft  Q/SB/2/32b  [n.d.]

Part of Constable's returns presenting popish recusants absent from church for either one or two months in the Hundred of High Peak  Q/SB/2/33  September 30th 1634

The examination of Daniel Hollande of Denby, nailer, accused of stealing money  Q/SB/2/34  9 September 1634

The examination of Anne Foster and Helen Thonson two vagrant women - stealing linen cloths belonging to Robbe Hegge of Sinfin  Q/SB/2/35  8 May 1633/4

The examination of Edward Cheatham of Wheatcroft parish of Crich accused of stealing handkerchiefs, falling band of cambric and other goods from Robert Wilcockson of Wheatcroft  Q/SB/2/36  7 March 1633/4

Presentment of Constables of Morleston and Litchurch 1633/4 all parishes in the Hundred - only Constables of Ilkeston (disorderly keeping of ale houses) and West Hallam (absent from Church) having anything to present  Q/SB/2/37  7 January 1633/4

Examination of John Toll of Heage husbandman - asked to certify the lewd behaviour of Jane Mosse - in bed with Randle Whittaker  Q/SB/2/38  1 January 1633/4

Presentment of Constables of Morleston and Litchurch all nothing to present except Crich (absent from Church and illegal alehouse), West Hallam (absent from Church), Ilkeston (alehouse without licence), Weston (a recusant), Stanton (absence from Church) and Breaston (brewing without licence)  Q/SB/2/39  30 September 1634

Presentment by Constable of Hathersage, 15 July 1634 of long list of people absent from Church  Q/SB/2/40  1634

Presentment of Constables of Appletree 30 Sept 1634 - most parishes - Doveridge, Milton, Somersal Herbert, Mercaston, Alderwasley, Norbury, Longford, Church Broughton, Duffield, Twyford and Stanley - all have people to present for either non-attendance at Church or brewing without licence  Q/SB/2/41  1634

Presentment of Constables of Wirksworth Wapentake - all parishes - Constables of several parishes presenting "wanderers" - no other offences  Q/SB/2/42  ?1634

Presentment of Constables of High Peak, 15 July 1634 - Wormhill (vagrants), Bakewell (rogue), Darley (recusant), Winster (brewing without licence), Chelmorton (vagrant), Eyam (vagrants) - only parishes  Q/SB/2/43  1634

Presentment of Constables of Appletree, 8 July 1634 - all parishes - offences reported by Doveridge, Etwall, Duffield, Chaddesden, Longford, Somersal Herbert, Mercaston, Boylestone, Norbury and Dalbury Lees  Q/SB/2/44  1634

The examination of Richard Jackson late of Ellastone labourer, a vagrant  Q/SB/2/45  12 June 1634

Presentment of the Constables of Morleston and Litchurch Hundred - all parishes - Crich (absence from church, also various people brewing without licence), Mackworth (brewing ale without licence)  Q/SB/2/46  1634

Examination of Joseph Bond of Wirksworth "bonelacemaker", accused of stealing a "sucocke"? from a hedge  Q/SB/2/47  27 May 1634

Presentment of the Constables of Appletree - all parishes. People presented from Somersal, Doveridge, Boylestone, Longford, Rodsley, Norbury, Mercaston, Mugginton - all for non-attendance at Church  Q/SB/2/48  1634

Presentment of the Constables of High Peak - only Bowden Middlecale (popish recusant, fee farmers of Chinley for straightening the highway from Chapel to Hayfield), Bowden Chapel (popish recusants), Chelmorton (no recusants) and Wormhill (popish recusants)  Q/SB/2/49  15 April 1634

Presentment of Godfrey Kerke, Constable of Tideswell, 15 July 1634 - Ellis ?Revill alias Housson for absence from Church; Anthony Barker for keeping "an unlawful gaming", Arthur Blackwall of Litton for absenting himself from Church  Q/SB/2/50  1634

Presentment of Richard Ball for getting a "bastard male child" by Susan Cheetham and John Ball for "her indirect conveying away"  Q/SB/2/51  15 April 1634

Presentment by William Turner, High Constable of Morleston and Litchurch - against George Blagrave, parish clerk of All Saints, Derby  Q/SB/2/52  1634

Information of John Turner of Mackworth yeoman - and Thomas Bretbye alias Ambrose of Mackworth, labourer - Richard Cundye of Mackworth husbandman - about the theft of sheaves of pease from Mackworth pease field;  Q/SB/2/53  29 September 1634

Examination of Thomas Bludworth al. Lacye 4 July 1634, charged with stealing a shirt, ?"falling band" and "crosse clothe", being the goods of Thomas Levinge of Derby  Q/SB/2/54  1634

Information of Levaracke of Turnditch 8 July 1634 against William Deacon of Belper, alleged to have stolen oak wood - examination of William Deacon  Q/SB/2/55a  1634

Information of William W Sedly of Mugginton, tailor 8 July 1634 - he has seen Ralph Newton several times carry "oller wood" cut from Butterley Carr on Hulland Ward - and examination of Ralph Newton of Mugginton husbandman  Q/SB/2/55b  [n.d.]

Examination of Robert Robinson late of Ashby de la Zouch freemason and Richard Horobin of Burton on Trent "hair clothmaker", regarding the theft of sheets from the hedge of Edward Wetton of Ticknall  Q/SB/2/56  18 March 1638 [1638/9]

Examination of Thomas ?G Biggs of Eckington regarding theft of two sheep.  Q/SB/2/57  23 November 1638

Examination of Dorothy Roe of Ilkeston, spinster, accused of theft of meat and 20d.  Q/SB/2/58  22 March 1638/9

Information of James Adams of Ashleyhay - theft of a handkerchief, gloves, knife, sheath etc - and examination of Margaret Porter of Ashleyhay accused of the theft  Q/SB/2/59  16 October 1638

Information of Thomas Broughe - maid Mary Bramall has run away - handkerchief and other items missing, dated 6 October - and examination of Mary Bramall of Glossop - denies taking any of the items  Q/SB/2/60  1638

Examination of John Boare of Dronfield - found a silver whistle and sold it  Q/SB/2/61  19 October 1638

Examination of Leonard Goodale of Walton, carpenter, accused of stealing a coverlidd and sheet  Q/SB/2/62  15 November 1638

Examination of Leonard Goodale now or late of Holme Hall, carpenter, same case  Q/SB/2/63  15 November 1638

Examination of Richard Wheatcrofte of Chesterfield, tailor, Goodale case  Q/SB/2/64  15 November 1638


Related information: see Q/SB/2/62, 63

Examination of Francis Webster of Belper, tailor, stealing of three geese  Q/SB/2/65  20 November 1638

Information of Richard Gibson of Barrgate yeoman, parcels of iron stolen - information of William Blackwell, thirdbarrough of Duffield - concerning theft of geese by Webster  Q/SB/2/66  20 November 1638

Presentment by the Constable of Hope, of John ?Stalie and wife of Castleton for being recusants  Q/SB/2/67  1 October 1639

Presentment by George Bagshawe, Constable of Bowden Chapel, various people absent from church  Q/SB/2/68  1 October 1639

Presentment by John Burdikine, Constable of Glossop, vagrants and absence from church  Q/SB/2/69  1 October 1639

Presentment of Robert Cleaton, Constable of Bowden Middlecale, absence from church Presentment of Thomas Tippinge, Constable of Darley - absence from church, illegal brewing Presentment of Abraham Sheldon, Constable of Bakewell - absence from church Presentment of Christopher Gurdom - Baslow - nothing Presentment of George Dickin, Constable of Youlgreave - all well Presentment of Roger Whebersley, Constable of Chelmorton - all well Presentment of Ralph Whyte - Constable of Ashford - all well Presentment of Jarvis Torre - Wormhill - absence from church  Q/SB/2/70  1 October 1639

Presentment of Constable of Eyam - Frnank Abell a recusant - others for neglect of ward and non-attendance at church  Q/SB/2/71  1 October 1639

Presentment of William Bagshawe - Constable of Tideswell, many for non-attendance at church - Richard Ensor for being drunk  Q/SB/2/72  1 October 1639

Presentment of Constables in Morleston and Litchurch Hundred 1639 - Sawley: brewing without licence; Crich - absence from church; Kirk Langley absence from church; West Hallam - recusant - and all other parishes  Q/SB/2/73  1639

Presentment of Constables of Morleston and Litchurch - similar to Q/SB/2/73  Q/SB/2/74  1639

Presentment of Constables of Appletree - 16 July 1639 - all parishes; Muggington - non-attendance at church; Mercaston - non-attendance at church; Etwall - non-attendance at church; Doveridge - non-attendance at church; Belper - for contin... of a cottage; Bradley - non-attendance at church; Boylestone - recusants; Stanley - non-attendance at church; Marston - non-attendance at church; Duffield - non-attendance at church; Osmaston - non-attendance at church  Q/SB/2/75  1639

Presentment of Constable of Eyam - 16 July 1639 - church, neglecting watch and ward, "decay of tillage", lodging wandering roughs and beggars  Q/SB/2/76  1639

Presentment by William Bagshawe Constable of Tideswell - 16 July 1639 - absence from church; illegal brewing, drunkenness  Q/SB/2/77  1639

Examination of Rodger Walker of Heath, labourer, theft of pewter dish  Q/SB/2/78  8 May 1639

Presentment by the Constable of Baslow regarding the condition of Baslow bridge, half in decay, half recently repaired  Q/SB/2/79  1639

Presentment by John Burdikin Constable of Glossop - also Bowden Middlecale, Youlgreave and Tideswell - all have absences from church to report  Q/SB/2/80  23 April 1639

Appletree Hundred - all parishes; Somersall - church; Doveridge - church; Hilton - church; Mugginton - church; Mercaston - church; Bradley - recusants; Foston - church; Alkmonton - church; Etwall - recusants; Duffield - church; Snelston - church; Sutton - church; Osmaston - church; Stanley - church.  Q/SB/2/81  23 April 1639

Various parishes High Peak - all something to report - Hope - church; Hathersage - church; Eyam - church; Bakewell - church; Bowden Middlecale - church  Q/SB/2/82  1639

Various parishes in High Peak - Youlgreave; Tideswell - church; Bowden Middlecale - church; Baslow, Bowden Chapel  Q/SB/2/83  8 January 1638/9

Information of Epiphanius ? Scales of Beighton yeoman - theft of geese - information of John Robinson of Sheffield - theft of knives - information of Francis Oxespringe re. the geese  Q/SB/2/84  5 January 1638/9

Petition for Matthew Bagshawe (a poor man) to build a house in a croft at Darley  Q/SB/2/85  20 April 1639

Information of Ellen Lingard a grace woman? et al. regarding the father of Elizabeth Jodrell's child.  Q/SB/2/86  6 March 1638/9

Presentment of Constables of Appletree Hundred - all parishes - Alderwasley - recusants; Mugginton - church; Belper - illegal brewing; Cubley - assault and battery; Mercaston - not coming to church; Somersall - recusants, Bradley - recusants; Osmaston - recusant  Q/SB/2/87  1638/9

Examination of William Barker of Shirebrook labourer - theft of pease.  Q/SB/2/88  5 April 1639

Information of Elizabeth Sandeford of Wirksworth - theft of a smock from a hedge  Q/SB/2/89  27 May 1639 [?1634]

Examination of Marie Ragg of Stoney Middleton - 19 July 1639 - theft of ore  Q/SB/2/90  1639

Bill of complaint by the Constable of Bolsover against John Alwood - refused to pay ship money and other assessments - disturbs the Constable for doing his offices and command.  Q/SB/2/91  22 April 1639

Certificate by John Rowlandson, vicar of Bakewell containing activities of Mr Hall of Glossop, Webster (Weaver) claiming to cure by charms  Q/SB/2/92  n.d.

Petition of Margaret Clark of Melbourne, an aged woman, part of whose house has already fallen down, and the rest of which is about to fall down on her head and does not keep her dry - so that she is in "great want of harbour"  Q/SB/2/93  n.d.

Petition to Quarter Sessions by Edward Hollinshead curate of Fairfield for financial help and for redress against his churchwarden Edward Swann who refused to return glebe to Hollinshead after his reinstatement as curate following excommunication  Q/SB/2/94  n.d.

Order of Court of Quarter Sessions for the maintenance of three poor orphans by the town of Chesterfield. In this case, the children born in Chesterfield were to be kept by the town "until it shall please God to enable them to gett their own livinges (they being as yet but of tender yeares)"  Q/SB/2/95  1646

Examination of Henry Harrison of Barlborough concerning theft of 4 sacks of malt  Q/SB/2/96  24 January ?1648/9

Examination of Edward Cowley of Edensor concerning theft of 4 strikes of oats  Q/SB/2/97  17 April 1648

Information of Robert Tyrpin of Horsley concerning theft of two cheeses - and examination of Mary Sanders  Q/SB/2/98  12 April 1648

Information of Thomas Morley of Sawley, - attacked on the highway: information of Thomas Morley  Q/SB/2/99  14 April 1648

Information of William Wheildon of Brassington, husbandman - theft of coal - examination of John Wright of Brassington, accused of the theft  Q/SB/2/100  23 January ? 1648/9

Information of James Roberts of Stanton parish Youlgreave, 17 June 1648 (husbandman) - theft of two cheeses worth 8d. - with information of Thomas Nutthall, and examination of George Gothard - accused of the theft  Q/SB/2/101  1648

Information of Thomas Hollingworth of Ashover, mason, 24 July 1648 - theft of linen yarn - information of Philip Stubbin - and examination of Adam Cowlishawe of Ashover, webster - accused of the theft  Q/SB/2/102  1648

Presentment of John Lommas, Richard Staden, John Stone, George Alcocke, Edward Wright and other for attempting to steal nine bags of lead ore from the Earl of Rutland  Q/SB/2/103  29 June 1648

Warrant for Thomas Spray of Over Langwith to appear before the next Court to answer charges of molesting Joan wife of Thomas Kesternen? of Heath  Q/SB/2/104  13 June 1648

Petition of George Booth of Charlesworth: the cottage he built on the waste belonging to the Countess of Anundel has been pulled down "by the malice and envy" of Thomas Booth - now destitute of a habitation for his wife and four small children  Q/SB/2/105  n.d.

Presentment by (? high constable) of Wirksworth Wapentake of Thomas Needham, Constable of Hartington "for yielding no obedience in collecting money for warrants sent unto him"  Q/SB/2/106  18 July 1648

Petition of Richard Bennet of Ashbourne - to Judge of Assizes at Derby and all other justices in the county - has received no payment for a poor child in his care.  Q/SB/2/107  13 March ?1648/9

Information of Francis Fernihough of Ashbourne shoemaker - theft of 9d. from a box. Dated  Q/SB/2/108  25 December 1648

Examination of Robert Wheeldon of Compton - same case - accused of the theft.  Q/SB/2/109  25 December 1648

Martin Topham from Wirksworth to Col. Sanders; writes on behalf of Henry Hall of Wirksworth, formerly a shoemaker, who is now too old and of poor eyesight to keep himself by this trade; asks that he may be allowed to brew and sell ale.  Q/SB/2/110  1 October 1649

Examination of Thomas Sand[hurst] charged with breaking a barn of William Deacon of Belper and stealing two thraves of oats, information of Elizabeth wife of William Deacon.  Q/SB/2/111  28 November 1649

Examination of John Jenny late of Shottle labourer charged with stealing eight strikes of thrashed oats belonging to Gregory Sadler of Shottle, and also suspected of having stolen mutton found in his custody; information of Gregory Sadler, Sampson Bramley of Shottle, William Lees of Hazlewood, and William Johnson of Hazlewood.  Q/SB/2/112  14 November 1649

Examination of Thomas Daynton late of North Cerney (co. Gloucester) charged with suspicion of stealing a large number of boots and shoes from Edward Wast of Derby shoemaker.  Q/SB/2/113  3 December 1649

Examination of Elizabeth Holden of Mickleover charged with stealing certain linen clothes of Richard Earle of Mickleover yeoman.  Q/SB/2/114  15 December 1649

Examination of John Wright of Brackenfield labourer charged with stealing two geese, property of John Sutton of South Wingfield.  Q/SB/2/115  14 December 1649

Information of Edward Wast  Q/SB/2/116  1649


Related information: see no Q/SB/2/113

Examination of Henry Morris late of Derby carpenter charged with stealing a shirt, property of Henry Brakeley of Horsley Park husbandman.  Q/SB/2/117  5 January 1649/50

Examination of Martha Frost of Buxton, widow, charged with stealing 121b of wool, property of George Scoles of Middleton (co. Lancaster).  Q/SB/2/118  20 March 1649/50

Order of Quarter Sessions to the Constable of Brassington or any executors and administrators of deceased Constables to deliver to John Briddon a true copy of their Constables accounts in order that Briddon may discover by how much he has been over-assessed for the years 1643-46.  Q/SB/2/119  18 July 1648

Petition of John Hadfield of Bowden Middle Cale, Constable complaining 'not for any common want as most petitioners doe' but for means to recoup money he has disbursed from his own pocket. Endorsed: those refusing to pay their assessment are to be bound over to appear before the court  Q/SB/2/120  [n.d.]

Petition of John Smyth Constable of Osleston and Thurvaston desiring to be discharged from his office in which he has been obliged to continue over long by the refusal of Edward Large to serve  Q/SB/2/121  [n.d.]

Petition of Nicholas Briddes Constable of Kniveton; the office is held by houserow; Briddes has lately sold two of the three oxgangs of land attached to his house and cannot continue in office unless the purchasers make him a contribution  Q/SB/2/122  [n.d.]

Petition of William Turner now Constable of Darley that the thirdborrows make account to him of what is in arrears and show to the court cause why they refuse to assist him  Q/SB/2/123  [n.d.]

Petition of William Daken of Chaddesden. Constable, requesting that Edward Large should serve office  Q/SB/2/124  [n.d.]

Petition of Humphrey Hurd, Constable of Osmaston by Ashbourne asking that Elizabeth Hurd, widow be made to account for the refusal of her son to serve as constable  Q/SB/2/125  1649

Petition of Peter Merfeild, John Maden and John Rogers, former Constables of Staveley, that the present Constable be empowered to collect the arrears owed to the petitioners  Q/SB/2/126  [n.d.]

Petition of Richard Wither, Constable of Twyford and Stenson, the former Constable, Roger Wright, has not yet made his account 'but makes a great confusion... amongst our neighbors'. Endorsed with testimony of neighbours  Q/SB/2/127  [n.d.]

Petition of Thomas Hill, past Constable of Hilton, who is in debt £1 7s 4d to his account "which was for quartering of souldiers"  Q/SB/2/128  [n.d.]

Presentment by inhabitants of Hartington Middle Quarter of Thurston Dale of Flagg to serve as Constable. 2 October. Endorsed: memorandum that the Constable of Hartington does not know of any unlicenced alehouses, nor of any selling short measure  Q/SB/2/129  1649

Petition of James Plattes of Cold Aston; he has been unable to secure £3 promised him on taking up office as thirdburrow  Q/SB/2/130  [n.d.]

Petition of the inhabitants of Houghton complaining of Cartix Turner of Pleasley, former Constable, 'a man very 'comandeing' who has failed to render account  Q/SB/2/131  [n.d.]

Articles against William Greaves of Ashford, miner, Mary his wife, and Richard Mellor of Ashford yeoman, accused of slander, threatening behaviour, cattle poisoning, and sedition  Q/SB/2/132  [n.d.]

Petition of inhabitants of Bolsover for removal of William Alcocke, wife, and three children [to Clowne]  Q/SB/2/133  [n.d.]

Petition of inhabitants of Rowthorne to be discharged watch and ward in Glapwell  Q/SB/2/134  [n.d.]

Articles of misdemeanour preferred against Gilbert Mosley of Brailsford yeoman  Q/SB/2/135  [n.d.]

Petition of Jarvas Underwood Constable of Bradley for warrant of distress  Q/SB/2/136  [n.d.]

Petition of various women (present at the birth) that Elizabeth Buclowe, daughter of Widow Buclowe, gotten with child by Rowland Allsopp, son of Robert Allsop of Brassington yeoman, be made allowance for maintenance by the said Rowland  Q/SB/2/137  [n.d.]

Petition of John Hait of Hazlewood, now aged nearly 80, for relief. Endorsed: overseers of the poor of Duffield to pay him 12d  Q/SB/2/138  [n.d.]

Account of Richard Dale late high Constable of the High Peak for an order for the maimed soldiers  Q/SB/2/139  1649

Presentment by Thurston Dale, George Hawley, Edward Breveton and William Barker that lands in Monyash contain 770 acres and that Monyash Grange contains 650 acres and that the Grange ought to pay one-sixth of all taxes and assessments.  Q/SB/2/140  30 March 1649

Presentment of John Burton Constable of Linton.  Q/SB/2/141  3 April 1649

Order for writ of restitution to be made upon the indictment of Richard Peate against John Harrison, unless Harrison can show cause to the contrary.  Q/SB/2/142  3 April 1649

Order to overseers of Duffield for maintenance of William Sheppard  Q/SB/2/143  1649

Petition of Robert Wright of Kirk Ireton, now over 70 years old, for provision of a house.  Q/SB/2/144  17 July 1649

Petition of Henry Agard, gaoler, for reimbursement of expenses  Q/SB/2/145  [n.d.]

Petition of the inhabitants of Holbrook that lands in South Wood should pay assessments to Holbrook  Q/SB/2/146  [n.d.]

Petition of Ann Reynold of Pinxton, widow, that a house may be found her by the inhabitants or by Christopher Wood who has recently evicted her  Q/SB/2/147  [n.d.]

Petition of Elizabeth Shepphard of Windley in the parish of Duffield for a house, her former one having been demolished  Q/SB/2/148  [n.d.]

Petition of the inhabitants of Ashover; Robert Flint refuses to serve as Constable and has put in a certain John Bore who has rendered a very imperfect account. 19 signatories.  Q/SB/2/149  17 July 1649

Petition of purchasers of parcels of land in Cole Aston, together making up one oxgang, that the oxgang as a whole be accountable for providing a thirdborrow rather than the office falling on each individual purchaser  Q/SB/2/150  [n.d.]

Petition of Elizabeth Woodhouse of Cole Aston, widow, for equitable distribution of assessments on land in the hamlet  Q/SB/2/151  [n.d.]

Further petition of inhabitants of Cole Aston concerning the office of thirdborrow. 15 signatories  Q/SB/2/152  [n.d.]

Petition of inhabitants of Great Longstone for equitable distribution of rates etc  Q/SB/2/153  [n.d.]

Petition of inhabitants of Peak Forest to nominate their own assessors and collector  Q/SB/2/154  [n.d.]

Petition or complaint of the parishioners of Lullington and Coton against Clement Wakelin of Coton, a frequent breaker of the peace. 11 signatories  Q/SB/2/155  [n.d.]

Petition of Ralph Shephard and Elizabeth his wife  Q/SB/2/156  [n.d.]


Related information: (see no Q/SB/2/148)

Petition of Robert Barrowclough of Smalley, a very poor man, for relief for his children, his wife having died  Q/SB/2/157  [n.d.]

Petition of Ellin Hobby of Horsley Woodhouse, widow, for relief  Q/SB/2/158  [n.d.]

Petition of George Yates of Youlgreave, a very poor man  Q/SB/2/159  [n.d.]

Petition of Mary Webster of Belper for relief  Q/SB/2/160  [n.d.]

Petition of Joan Walker of Wirksworth for relief  Q/SB/2/161  [n.d.]

Petition of Elizabeth Wood of Pentrich for relief  Q/SB/2/162  [n.d.]

Petition of Margery Smyth of Smalley, widow, for relief  Q/SB/2/163  [n.d.]

Petition of Richard Bond of Painters Lane, Ashbourne, for relief  Q/SB/2/164  [n.d.]

Order to the overseers of Repton to provide a child of Jane Chamberlin, deceased, hitherto maintained by George Stubbes  Q/SB/2/165  1648

Petition of William Blackshaw of Chevinside for relief.  Q/SB/2/166  2 April 1649

Petition of Nicholas Morehouse of Alfreton for relief.  Q/SB/2/167  19 June 1649

Petition of William Roper of Tansley for relief.  Q/SB/2/168  17 July 1649

Examination of Henry Nuttow of Chesterfield labourer touching his apprehension in a house in Barlow.  Q/SB/2/169  23 February 1649/50

Information of Francis Torrat of Ilkeston, baker, concerning Ann Wagg of Ilkeston, widow, upon suspicion of being a witch or of using enchantment.  Q/SB/2/170  18 June 1650

Examination of John Harrison of Cole Aston, labourer, accused of stealing corn from the barn of his master, Thomas Barton.  Q/SB/2/171  12 November 1650

Examination of Elizabeth, wife of Robert Goostree of Killamarsh touching her possession of various pieces of leather.  Q/SB/2/172  25 December 1650

Testimonial of the inhabitants of Chaddesden for Samson Blackshaw, ale-house keeper.  Q/SB/2/173  14 July 1654

Petition of John Whittaker, master of the house of correction in Chesterfield for payment of his arrears from the High Constables of High Peak and Scarsdale Hundreds  Q/SB/2/174  [n.d.]

Examination of Ellen Croft of Chesterfield concerning her common-law husband, George Boler  Q/SB/2/175  [n.d.]

Examination of Mary Sanders of Horsley spinster touching a theft of wool.  Q/SB/2/176  25 March 1650

Examination of John Beardsly late of Belper labourer charged with the theft of two shirts.  Q/SB/2/177  1 May 1650

Examination of Robert Herneshaw of North Wingfield, labourer, touching corn found in his house.  Q/SB/2/178  6 June 1650

Examination of Millicent Calton of Elvaston, spinster, charged with the theft of a sack, property of John Stanhop.  Q/SB/2/179  7 June 1650

Examination of Grace Brunt late of Codnor, spinster charged with stealing a handkerchief and 8s 6d, property of John Bowmer of Derby labourer  Q/SB/2/180  2 May 1650

Examination of Margaret, wife of Stephen Pottlock late of Worcester charged with the theft of 4 yards of linen cloth, property of Daniel Tabberer of Quarndon.  Q/SB/2/181  23 October 1650

Examination of Nicholas Worth of Chesterfield, labourer, concerning the ownership of a piece of cloth found in his possession.  Q/SB/2/182  27 December 1650

Information of William Steevenson of Barlow, husbandman and of Margaret, wife of John Lowe of Barlow, shoemaker, alleging that Thomas Williamson, late thirdborrow of Barlow, had warned off Francis Crofts whom he was supposed to deliver to gaol for getting a bastard.  Q/SB/2/183  3 January 1650/51

Information on the repair of Mapleton Bridge  Q/SB/2/184  4 January 1650/51

Order of William Newton, mayor of Chesterfield, and of two justices touching the upkeep of a bastard child of William Allen of Chesterfield locksmith and Elizabeth Key of Chesterfield  Q/SB/2/185  28 March 1651

Examination of Ellen Stoppard of Heage, single woman charged with being the mother of a child about 14 days old left upon a shop bulke in the parish of St Alkmund, Derby.  Q/SB/2/186  8 April 1651

Information of John Holt of Chesterfield, chapman, accusing one Henry Firth of stealing a hawking bag and contents.  Q/SB/2/187  25 March 1651

Examination of Thomas Coe late of Morley, nailer, charged with the theft of two shirts and a smock, property of William Ryly of Morley Park.  Q/SB/2/188  12 May 1651

Examination of Elizabeth, wife of John Barke late of Draycott, suspected of stealing a sheet and shirt, property of William Hallom of Risley.  Q/SB/2/189  10 May 1651

Examination of Richard Willson of Radbourne, labourer, suspected of stealing four cheeses, property of Richard Millward of Mapleton.  Q/SB/2/190  12 May 1651

Examination of William Pick of Breaston, husband-man charged with fathering a bastard child of Jane Johnson of Breaston.  Q/SB/2/191  5 June 1651

A particular of the names of such persons as have been convicted for swearing since the last quarter sessions  Q/SB/2/192  1651

A particular of the names of such persons as have been convicted for swearing since the last quarter sessions  Q/SB/2/193  1651

Examination of Ann Jepson, wife of Thomas Jepson of Hasland, concerning an alleged theft of wood from her house and grounds by John Michell, headborrow of Hasland, and others.  Q/SB/2/194  16 August 1651

Information of Edward Holt of Newbold chapman (as Q/SB/2/187).  Q/SB/2/195  25 March 1651

Examination of Henry Firth.  Q/SB/2/196  25 March 1651


Related information: (see Q/SB/2/187, 195)

Examination of John Janney, late of Shottle, labourer charged with the theft of corn, property of William Bruckshaw of Shottle, husbandman.  Q/SB/2/197  14 January 1651/52

Memorandum of two most odious oaths sworn by Henry Robinson of Shirland: informant - Parnell, wife of William Beardsley of Shirland.  Q/SB/2/198  18 November 1650

Examination of Ellen wife of Richard Addams of Twyford, husbandman charged with theft of two geese, property of Godfrey Foster of Twyford.  Q/SB/2/199  20 January 1651/52

Examination of Elizabeth, wife of John White of Wingerworth, confessing to taking property of Capt. Samuel Sleigh. 16 April Examination of Ellen Shaw of Rowsley concerning Elizabeth White  Q/SB/2/200  1652

Petition of Robert Hunt, Constable of Foston and Scropton requesting an order for payment of levies and assessments  Q/SB/2/201  1652

Examination of Elizabeth Butlor, midwife, concerning a bastard child of Mary Wylde, John Greene being reputed father.  Q/SB/2/202  5 March 1652/53

Memorandum of conviction of Richard Tonycliffe of Snelston, husbandman for being drunk at Ashbourne.  Q/SB/2/203  4 June 1653

Presentment of three Carsington men for carrying away the water in the town's well for the use of their own groves contrary to the custom of the mine.  Q/SB/2/204  19 July 1653

Information of Richard Watson of Ashbourne haberdasher, Constable of Ashbourne touching threatening behaviour of German Buxton and two others. 29 August. With:- information of William Spalton of Ashbourne shoemaker  Q/SB/2/205  1653

Examination of Mary Hunter of Hathersage singlewoman naming Christopher Brittlebank as father of the child she is carrying.  Q/SB/2/206  4 September ?1651-53

Examination of Jane Wilde concerning Hercules Brelsford and his carnal knowledge of her body.  Q/SB/2/207  25 September 1653

Articles of several misdemeanours proved upon oath against William Brelsford sen., father of Hercules  Q/SB/2/208  [n.d.]


Related information: See Q/SB/2/207

Memorandum of conviction of Robert Bullock of Culland and William Taylor of Bradley for swearing.  Q/SB/2/209  15/22 October 1653

Memorandum that John Hale of Ashbourne is bound in the sum of £10 to perform the laws and statutes for ale-houses  Q/SB/2/210  [n.d.]

Memorandum that Anthony Thacker of Ireton Wood is bound in the sum of £10 to perform the laws and statutes for ale-houses  Q/SB/2/211  19 November 1653

Order to Godfrey Wattkinson, gent, High Constable of Scarsdale Hundred, to give notice to those men who were High Constable in the years 1648-53 to render account of all monies charged to be collected for maimed soldiers.  Q/SB/2/212  4 October 1653

Memorandum of conviction of John Morgan for swearing.  Q/SB/2/213  24 August 1654

Schedule of debts  Q/SB/2/214  [n.d.]

Complaint against Mary Chapman, wife of Thomas Chapman of Chapel-en-le-Frith, a lewd woman, 'and of wicked life and conversation, factious and dissensius, turbulent, and troublesome... a scholde, a swearer, a curser, a brawler, and reported to be a whore and a thiefe ...'  Q/SB/2/215  [n.d.]

Finding of arbitraters appointed to make an equitable assessment for Great Longstone and Wardlow.  Q/SB/2/216  6 November 1654

Petition of Joseph Wright of Wirksworth, tailor, complaining of ill-usage by Henry Arwin.  Q/SB/2/217  24 April 1655

Memorandum of conviction of John Spalton of Ashbourne, butcher, and Katherine his wife for cursing.  Q/SB/2/218  4 December 1654

Examination of [ ] of Ashbourne concerning the birth of her child  Q/SB/2/219  1655

Petition of Roger Steeven of Wirksworth sexton requesting some order to be taken against his disorderly neighbours, Henry and John Arwin and their mother Alice. 16 signatories.  Q/SB/2/220  24 April 1655

Examination of William Micocke of Kings Sterndale yeoman concerning tax money which has passed through his hands.  Q/SB/2/221  17 February 1655/56

Examination of William Heathcote of Cowdale yeoman - as Q/SB/21/221.  Q/SB/2/222  16 February 1655/56

Examinations of John Dodge, Robert Dolman and Gabriel Carver of Smisby concerning alleged sheep stealing by Robert Stevenson.  Q/SB/2/223  4 January 1650/51

John Bunting to the justices; has audited the accounts of John Hall, late Constable of Youlgreave.  Q/SB/2/224  14 July 1655

Examination of Ellen Cowper, widow, and Ann Kelsall and Elizabeth Bramwall touching the reputed father of the child of Elizabeth Greene.  Q/SB/2/225  29 September 1656

Examination of Elizabeth Green of Combs in Bowden Chapel and others concerning the father of her child.  Q/SB/2/226  11 August 1656

Articles of misdemeanours proved against [Geo.] Woodward of Belper husbandman  Q/SB/2/227  1657

Information of Richard Smith of Ticknall, potter, concerning a theft.  Q/SB/2/228  June 24 1658

Presentments against parishioners of Eckington, Killamarsh and Whittington for the non-repair of bridges and roads.  Q/SB/2/229  19 July ?1653

Examination of Richard Alcocke of Aldwark, miner, charged with theft of lead ore from the grove of Robert Buxton.  Q/SB/2/230  16 October 1660

Information of Robert Buxton of Aldwark, miner -case as in Q/SB/2/230  Q/SB/2/231  1660

Examination of Francis Calton of the hamlet of Barley [Barlow], yeoman who denies stealing barley found in his possession.  Q/SB/2/232  26 October 1660

Information of William Adamson of the High Ashes (Barlow) - case as in Q/SB/2/232.  Q/SB/2/233  26 October 1660

Information of John Jirierston, Constable of Osmaston touching theft of sheep.  Q/SB/2/234  5 December 1660

Examination of Thomas Alsopp of Aldwark - as Q/SB/2/230-1  Q/SB/2/235  1660

Examination of Joseph Browne, late of Leeds clothworker, seeking work in the coal pits: he lodged at an ale-house in Clowne where he found and pawned a petticoat.  Q/SB/2/236  9 November 1660

Information of Robert Jepson of Clowne tailor - as no Q/SB/2/236  Q/SB/2/237  1660

Certificate that Robert Soare of Spondon has entered into a bond with the churchwardens and town of Spondon to maintain his bastard child, born of Elizabeth Gregory.  Q/SB/2/238  8 January 1660/61

Information of Walter Yates of Parwich weaver touching woollen yard thought to belong to John Roe.  Q/SB/2/239  13 May 1661

Examination of Grace Evans and Mary Watson of Winster. As Q/SB/2/239.  Q/SB/2/240  13 May 1661

Examination of George Hampson of Winster alehouse keeper and Elizabeth Jackson. As Q/SB/2/239-240.  Q/SB/2/241  13 May 1661

Information of John Roe of Parwich yeoman - as Q/SB/2/239  Q/SB/2/242  1661

Examination of Francis Beard - Q/SB/2/239  Q/SB/2/243  1661

Examination of Frances Jackson of Gosworth (co ?). As Q/SB/2/245  Q/SB/2/244  11 May 1661

Information of Thomas Baguly of Ashbourne touching the loss of cloth from his shop.  Q/SB/2/245  11 May 1661

Further examinations and information as Q/SB/2/245  Q/SB/2/246-247  1661

Information of John Walker of Spondon concerning theft of his beans; examination of John Stevens of Spondon - denies the theft.  Q/SB/2/248  1 September 1662

Certificate of Edward Patterell, Thomas Catersby, and Richard Crosse gentlemen, arbitrators, appointed for an equitable assessment in Duffield.  Q/SB/2/249  12 July 1662

Information of Thomas Tompkinson concerning the theft of a sheep; examination and confession of Anthony Walton (Matlock).  Q/SB/2/250  16 August 1664

Articles of misbehaviour exhibited upon oath by Anne wife of Anthony Higet of Shottle against Edward Higet of Shottle.  Q/SB/2/251  27 August 1664

Deposition of Thomas Nubold of Melbourne against John Peate for stealing cattle fodder.  Q/SB/2/252  21 February 1664/65

Deposition of William Peate of Melbourne against John Peate - theft of hay.  Q/SB/2/253  21 February 1664/65

Examination of William Peytt of Melbourne husbandman.  Q/SB/2/254  30 June 1665

Petition of the township of Hathersage to bring Rowland Swanne to account for his year as constable: the accounts 'we fynde uppon perusal to bee very fowle, unworthy, debouched, wastfull, and expensive ...' 20 signatories  Q/SB/2/255  4 April 1665

Information of William Sims; his master, John Lowe of Alderwasley, appointed him and Richard Statham to watch for a thief taking ore out of Lowe's ore-house: they caught Jane Roper and Anne her daughter, Margaret Hough and Alice her daughter Information of Roger Marchington.  Q/SB/2/256  3 Jul 1665

Information of Dorothy wife of John Wilde of Butterley Park; heard Henry Bancroft say to George Spencer that if he would give him 10s, he would help him to goods worth £100.  Q/SB/2/257  29 May 1665

Examination of George Spencer of Burton on Trent; examination of Henry Bancroft.  Q/SB/2/258  25 May 1665

Information of William Thorpe jun of Blackwell concerning wheat stolen from his barn. 29 December Information of Thomas Kite, thirdborrow of Blackwell Examination of John Boltby of Blackwell, labourer, suspected of stealing Thorpe's wheat Information of Thomas Tetley of Glapwell mason accusing James Snowden butcher of stealing a sheep 13 November. Examination of James Snowden of Glapwell butcher  Q/SB/2/259  1665

Examination and information of Ann Houghton, apprentice of William Millnes of Chesterfield grocer touching groceries taken from her master's shop.  Q/SB/2/260  18 January-7 February 1665/66

Information of [ ] of Glasgow, taken at Foston, travelling with several sorts of linen cloth brought out of Scotland; called at the home of John Wetton in Sudbury, innkeeper; Jane, wife of John demanded the price of his goods and thought them too high whereupon she abused him, another man struck him on the head with a pair of tongs.  Q/SB/2/261  31 March 1665

Examination of John Peytt of Melbourne labourer; Thomas Haddocke, thirdburrow of Melbourne, has not yet delivered a warrant to William Peytt, binding him to keep the peace.  Q/SB/2/262  29 June 1665

Examination of Anne Breathwayte of Chesterfield: confesses that she is with child by Thomas Creswick, late servant to Mr Thomas Wright of Unthank, and that the child was conceived in Wright's brewhouse chamber.  Q/SB/2/263  21 October 1665

Articles of misdemeanour exhibited against Anthony Radcliffe of Heathybank, Glossop, slater: he is a common frequenter of ale houses, a profane swearer; has made an unprovoked attack on German Buxton, 'and spurned att the said Buxton his privy members with his foote, haveing on a greate heavy paire of boote clogges, full of iron nayles'.  Q/SB/2/264  9 January 1665/66

Examination of Ellin Higgin wife of William Higgin of Mosborough touching theft of woollen cloth.  Q/SB/2/265  10 May 1666

Information of Edward Ragg touching the theft of iron in Wirksworth  Q/SB/2/266  2 April 1666

Examination of Henry Gell - as no Q/SB/2/266  Q/SB/2/267  1666

Examination of Henry Blount - as nos Q/SB/2/266-7  Q/SB/2/268  1666

Information of James Battell of Cubley clothworker, touching cloth stolen from him. Information of Margery Leake and Mary Laughenhouse Information of John Asten of Cubley, aged about 14  Q/SB/2/269  12 June 1666

Examination of John Warren - with nos Q/SB/2/266-8  Q/SB/2/270  2 April 1666

Information of Elizabeth Cozen, wife of Nicholas Cozen of Mosborough - with no Q/SB/2/265.  Q/SB/2/271  10 May 1666

Presentment by John Chambers, Constable of Melbourne and Kings Newton.  Q/SB/2/272  1 May 1666

Presentment by jurors of Ann Vicars of Chesterfield widow, Richard Greaves, Henry Hollinworth, Humphrey Wilkins, Alice Lingares, for making bread on the sabbath.  Q/SB/2/273  10 July 1666

Presentment of the inhabitants of Swadlincote for failing to repair Wickling Lane  Q/SB/2/274  [n.d.]

Articles of behaviour exhibited by Edward Eyre of Kirkby (co Nottingham) husbandman against Richard Norman of the same place blacksmith, father of a bastard child by Sarah Jenkinson  Q/SB/2/275  1666

Information of Ann wife of Francis Blazdell of Ilkeston carpenter concerning the disposal of a cheese she stole.  Q/SB/2/276  10 May 1666

Articles of behaviour exhibited by John Falkenbridge of Swanwick, churchwarden of the parish of Alfreton against William Bridgett, William Wightman and John Brailsford, disturbers of the peace.  Q/SB/2/277  8 November 1668

Presentments of the jurors of Alfreton against men tracking hares in the snow  Q/SB/2/278  [n.d.]

Information of Henry Greaves of Calow husbandman concerning the theft of his dung cart. Confession of William Lawrence.  Q/SB/2/279  9 May 1668

Examination of Robert Hollis of Clifton, labourer charged with stealing oats, property of Thomas Smith of Edalston. Information of Thomas Smith and Humphrey Frogatt.  Q/SB/2/280  20 April 1668

Information of John Renshaw of Whitwell yeoman accusing Mary Plumtreey of stealing goods from his house. Examination and denial of Mary.  Q/SB/2/281  2 November 1669

Information of Robert Saxon of Swanwick touching the theft of turkeys and geese from Mistress Froggott of Swanwick who employed him to watch, and discovered Edward Russell acting suspiciously. Examination of Edward Russell of Loscoe.  Q/SB/2/282  7 January 1669/70

Information of Richard Booth of Mosborough husbandman against Elizabeth Cuzin, suspected of stealing a riddle. Examination of Elizabeth Cuzin who claims she bought a riddle off Hellen Higgen of Mosborough widow. Examination of Helen Higgin.  Q/SB/2/283  25 November 1669

Information of Mary Litchfield of Duffield concerning money stolen from Vicesimmus Bradshaw of Duffield, gent, while asleep.  Q/SB/2/284  14 August 1669

Information of John Haslam of Ashover, who, having locked and bolted the mill at Matlock found it broken into by John Rockett and Jonathan Hill Information of Arthur Dakeyne of Riber gent against John Rockett.  Q/SB/2/285  21 September 1669

Information of William Guy of Tupton brickmaker accusing George Atkins of Tibshelf of stealing his coat from an alehouse in Alfreton Examination of George Atkins; claims to have bought the coat from Peter Cheetham of Crich.  Q/SB/2/286  28 October 1672

Presentment of tradesmen in Stretton-in-the-Field  Q/SB/2/287  2 December 1674

Articles of misdemeanours committed and done by Thomas Woley of Bonsall and Elizabeth Woley, wife of George Woley of Bonsall and Elizabeth Woley, daughter of George, against Adam Woley of Gratton senior and Adam Woley junior  Q/SB/2/288  5 October 1669

Examination of Mary Diggles of Chesterfield; John Greaves is the father of her child.  Q/SB/2/289  20 October 1669

Information of Ann Aston alias Cartcliff late of Denby concerning the father of her child; she lived at the home of Mr William Gladwin of Denby for a year and a quarter, and is now living at Hulland Ward Intakes; she told her mistress, Sarah Gladwin, that the father was Richard Sladin, school-teacher at her Master's house, but now claims that the real father was William Gladwin.  Q/SB/2/290  12 October 1669

Examination of Mary Bonsall of Crich as to the father of her child.  Q/SB/2/291  16 November 1669

Information of Richard Wood of Ardsley in Darfield (co York), yeoman against Richard Addye of Clayton (co York) butcher, suspected of stealing two oxen Examination of Richard Addye.  Q/SB/2/292  25 April 1670

Presentment of Richard Ednesor of Winster butcher for fouling the town street of Winster.  Q/SB/2/293  1669/70

Examination of Joan Bennett, a wandering beggar, born at Little Longstone.  Q/SB/2/294  17 January 1669/70

Articles of misdemeanour against John Harrison of Ashford  Q/SB/2/295  1670

Articles of misdemeanour against Lydia Hall wife of John Hall of Wirksworth, a common quarreler and disturber of the peace.  Q/SB/2/296  28 April 1670

Information of Mary wife of Edward Cooke, and Jane wife of James Gent of South Normanton, touching the father of Elizabeth Bunney's child. Examination of Elizabeth Bunney of South Normanton.  Q/SB/2/297  1 August 1670

List of names  Q/SB/2/298  1671/72

Information of Steven Horne of West Hallam touching theft of timber.  Q/SB/2/299  22 January 1671/72

Information of John Blyth of Dronfield gent touching a sum of money stolen from him Information of George Caine of Dronfield, mason touching money stolen from him Examination of Hannah Bright of Dronfield, spinster accused of theft  Q/SB/2/300  2 December 1672

Information of John Stopworth of Stretton mason touching his tools which were stolen. Examination of William Lever of Stretton, labourer denying the charge.  Q/SB/2/301  29 October 1672

Examination of Robert Port touching goods stolen from George Webster, butcher, (Ashbourne).  Q/SB/2/302  26 January 1673/74

Information of Francis Ratcliff of Youlgreave against Francis Smith of Youlgreave, tailor tracing a hare in the snow.  Q/SB/2/303  30 November 1674

Presentments by Edward Dakins, Constable of Lullington.  Q/SB/2/304  2 December 1674

Information of John Reade of Whitwell, husbandman against Hugh Lane of Whitwell, accused of stealing a cock and hen.  Q/SB/2/305  30 December 1674

Articles of behaviour exhibited against John Ward of Shipley; killing a rabbit with a gun on Heanor Warren.  Q/SB/2/306  13 April 1676

Articles of misdemeanour preferred by John Hoydon of Darley yeoman against Mary wife of Anthony Goodwin of Darley husbandman.  Q/SB/2/307  16 May 1676

Information of William Alcocke of Stoney Houghton against Richard Barthram for stealing apples Examination of Richard Barthram.  Q/SB/2/308  13 May 1676

Information of Thomas Cockeram of Wolfstone yeoman against Richard Streete of Ashleyhay labourer - theft of agricultural implements from barn in Shottle Examination of Richard Steete.  Q/SB/2/309  5 June 1676

Articles of misbehaviour exhibited by the towns of Codnor and Loscoe against Richard Silcock labourer.  Q/SB/2/310  11 July 1676

Petition of prisoners in Derby gaol that their former allowance may be continued.  Q/SB/2/311  5 October 1680

Petition of Robert Dunn prisoner in Derby gaol  Q/SB/2/312  5 October 1680

Petition of Roger Bilkston prisoner in Derby gaol: has been sadly tormented with chains on his legs: requests his liberty or further support for his wife and family at Matlock.  Q/SB/2/313  5 October 1680

Petition of Francis Gibson prisoner in Derby gaol: although pardoned cannot afford the clerk's fees to obtain his liberty.  Q/SB/2/314  5 October 1680

Petition of John Taylor prisoner in Derby gaol - as in Q/SB/2/314  Q/SB/2/315  1680

Petition of Jasper Lowe, brother of John Lowe esq, prisoner in Derby gaol: is in prison by the doings of 'my unkind brother', fears that his weekly allowance of 2s 6d from the parish of Denby may be taken away.  Q/SB/2/316  5 October 1680

Certificate of inhabitants of Bowden Middle Cale in support of William Cleson, accused of uncivil language towards Thomas Eyre esq, 23 signatories.  Q/SB/2/317  5 October 1680

Petition of Rosamund wife of Henry Womacke of the parish of Dronfield for relief, her husband lying in Derby gaol.  Q/SB/2/318  5 October 1680

Petition of Thomas Snell of Southwood in Repton for relief  Q/SB/2/319  [n.d.]

Petition of William Conway of Littleover for relief  Q/SB/2/320  [n.d.]

Petition of Ann Hambleton of Mellor Widow for relief, the parish having discontinued the 8d a week ordered by the court  Q/SB/2/321  [n.d.]

Petition of Mary Windley of Horsley, widow for relief  Q/SB/2/322  [n.d.]

Petition of Elizabeth Robinson of Horsley, widow for relief  Q/SB/2/323  [n.d.]

Petition of John Gretton of Litchurch, labourer for relief  Q/SB/2/324  [n.d.]

Petition of Richard Browne of Wirksworth for relief  Q/SB/2/325  [n.d.]

Petition of Robert Moyers of Compton for relief  Q/SB/2/326  [n.d.]

Petition of Ann Toplis of Horsley for relief  Q/SB/2/327  [n.d.]

Petition of Ann Hallsworth of Hulland Ward Intake for relief  Q/SB/2/328  [n.d.]

Petition of Elizabeth Davis, prisoner in Derby gaol for liberty during the delivery of her child. Easter Sessions  Q/SB/2/329  1681

Petition of George Lort of Bradley for relef  Q/SB/2/330  [n.d.]

Petition of Sarah Knowles of Hognaston for her son to be apprenticed by the overseers, and for relief  Q/SB/2/331  [n.d.]

Petition of Thomas Sales of St Alkmund, Derby for relief for John Brindley, now resident in his home  Q/SB/2/332  1681

Petition of Ann Salmon of Church Gresley for relief  Q/SB/2/333  [n.d.]

Petition of John Nicholson of Rosliston for relief  Q/SB/2/334  [n.d.]

Presentment of Constable of South Wingfield of those absenting themselves from hearing divine service. Presentment of Constable of Barlborough of those papists absenting themselves from hearing divine service  Q/SB/2/335  17 April 1683

Presentment of Constable of Wingerworth of Sir Henry Hunlok Bt., papist, and George Ashley mason, a quaker, for absenting themselves from divine service. Presentment of Constable of Beighton of quakers and papists absenting themselves from divine service.  Q/SB/2/336  17 April 1683

Presentment of Constables of Chesterfield of quakers and papists absenting themselves from divine service.  Q/SB/2/337  17 April 1683

Presentment of Constable of Whittington and Brimington of quakers absenting themselves from divine service.  Q/SB/2/338  17 April 1683

Presentment of Constable of Sutton-cum-Duckmanton of papists absenting themselves from divine service. Presentment of Constable of Dronfield of quakers absenting themselves from divine service  Q/SB/2/339  17 April 1683

Presentment of Constable of Dore and Totley of quakers absenting themselves from divine service. Presentment of Constable of Brampton of quakers for absenting themselves from divine service  Q/SB/2/340  17 April 1683

Presentment of Constable of Morton of quakers for absenting themselves from divine service. Presentment of Constable of Stainsby and Heath of Quakers for absenting themselves from divine service  Q/SB/2/341  17 April 1683

Presentment of Constable of Bolsover and Clowne of quakers and dissenters for absenting themselves from divine service.  Q/SB/2/342  17 April 1683

Presentment of Constable of Staveley of quakers and papists for absenting themselves from divine service Presentment of Constable of Tibshelf of quakers for absenting themselves from divine service  Q/SB/2/343  1683

Presentment of Constable of Eckington of quakers for absenting themselves from divine service.  Q/SB/2/344  17 April 1683

Presentment of Constable of Holmsfield of those absenting themselves from divine service.  Q/SB/2/345  17 April 1683

Petition of Robert Browne, prisoner in Derby gaol.  Q/SB/2/346  18 April 1683

Petition of Roger Barber, prisoner in Derby gaol.  Q/SB/2/347  17 April 1683

Petition of the poor debtors in Derby gaol for improved accommodation.  Q/SB/2/348  18 April 1683

Order to the Churchwardens and overseers of Denby to pay weekly to Richard Cox apprentice until provided with a house.  Q/SB/2/349  10 February 1682/83

Petition of Alice Ragg of Wirksworth for relief.  Q/SB/2/350  17 April 1683

Petition of John Humphrey of Wirksworth for relief.  Q/SB/2/351  17 April 1683

Petition of Thomas Ashmore of Repton labourer for relief  Q/SB/2/352  c1683

Petition of William Goodwyn of Morley Park for relief  Q/SB/2/353  [n.d.]

Petition of William Wardle, prison in Derby gaol for relief for wife and children.  Q/SB/2/354  17 April 1683

Petition of Ann Peach of Ripley, widow for relief.  Q/SB/2/355  17 April 1683

Petition of Katherine Burrowes of Risley for relief  Q/SB/2/356  [n.d.]

Petition of Eleanor Beighton of Kirk Ireton for relief  Q/SB/2/357  [n.d.]

Certificate of the inhabitants of Bowden Middle Cale asking for relief for George Bowden and family.  Q/SB/2/358  17 April 1683

Petition of Elizabeth Pilkington of Langley (in Heanor) for relief, her husband being in prison.  Q/SB/2/359  17 January 1683/84

Petition of Francis Stafford of Hope for relief  Q/SB/2/360  [n.d.]

Petition of Ruth Hurd of Brailsford, prisoner in Derby gaol.  Q/SB/2/361  17 April 1683

Petition of Richard Cox of Derby collier for relief  Q/SB/2/362  [n.d.]

Petition of Thomas Howis of Stanley for a house to rent  Q/SB/2/363  [n.d.]

Petition of George Hall of Windsley (?Windley or Wensley) for relief  Q/SB/2/364  [n.d.]

Petition of Mary Johnson, wife of James Johnson of Eyam, for relief, her husband being at Spondon  Q/SB/2/365  [n.d.]

Petition of George Gould of Ednaston and Judith his wife, for a house  Q/SB/2/366  [n.d.]

Petition of Richard Savage, Henry Lees, Richard Wyld and Rachel his wife, and John Hewitt, all of Doveridge, to compel the overseers to put their children out as apprentices  Q/SB/2/367  [n.d.]

Petition of Thomas Doncaster of Winster widower for relief  Q/SB/2/368  [n.d.]

Petition of Hugh Allin and Samson Boultbey, both of Codnor, for their children to be apprenticed  Q/SB/2/369  [n.d.]

Petition of Christopher Bridden of Ashbourne  Q/SB/2/370  [n.d.]

Petition of Elizabeth Chandler of Belper for relief  Q/SB/2/371  [n.d.]

Petition of Frances Street of Belper widow for relief  Q/SB/2/372  [n.d.]

Petition of John Platts of Bakewell for relief  Q/SB/2/373  [n.d.]

Certificate of inhabitants of Darley to reduce the relief paid to Frances Watson widow. 14 signatories  Q/SB/2/374  [n.d.]

Petition of Ann Chappel of Flagg widow, aged 85, for relief  Q/SB/2/375  [n.d.]

Petition of Bridget Wild of Bonsall widow, for relief  Q/SB/2/376  [n.d.]

Petition of Frances Kirk of Bonsall widow for relief  Q/SB/2/377  [n.d.]

Petition of John Calton of Stanton gent, that the parish may find a house for Esther Kempe now his tenant, who has fallen into arrears of rent  Q/SB/2/378  [n.d.]

List of tranders - the presentment of the Constables of Uttoxter.  Q/SB/2/379  4 May 1683

Petition of John Hardy, prisoner in Derby gaol.  Q/SB/2/380  17 April 1683

Petition of Joseph Sheldon of Youlgreave for relief  Q/SB/2/381  [n.d.]

Presentment of John Statham of Tansley, gent, surveyor of the highways  Q/SB/2/382  [n.d.]

Presentment of the Constable of Melbourne and Kings Newton.  Q/SB/2/383  18 April 1684

Presentments before the clerk of the market, Lullington.  Q/SB/2/384  29 April ?1684

Petition of Ann Spenser of Winster for relief.  Q/SB/2/385  22 July 1684

Petition of Mary Machant of Youlgreave for a house.  Q/SB/2/386  22 July 1684

Petition of William Parker, Elizabeth Parker and Mary Parker of Sturston in the parish of Ashbourne for relief.  Q/SB/2/387  22 July 1684

Petition of Dorothy Carmon of Youlgreave for relief. Her children are infected with the King's evil.  Q/SB/2/388  22 July 1684

Petition of H... Worrall of Holmesfield for relief.  Q/SB/2/389  22 July 1684

Certificate of the inhabitants of Dronfield on behalf of Henry Greene, former soldier, for a pension.  Q/SB/2/390  19 July 1684

Order of Thomas Eyre to Thomas Dutton, one of the Constables of Chesterfield, to bring before him Thurstan Rivington, Constable of Chesterfield for his refusal to convey a prisoner to Derby gaol.  Q/SB/2/391  23 September 1687

Presentment of William Godley of Bolsover for shooting game with a gun contrary to the statute.  Q/SB/2/392  4 October 1687

Articles of misbehaviour sworn by Joshua Dawson and Rowland Bowes of Spondon against Griffin Birch of Spondson.  Q/SB/2/393  12 July 1687

Petition of Ellen Mellor of Findern widow for relief.  Q/SB/2/394  14 October 1687

Petition of Thomas Batshawe of Brimington for relief.  Q/SB/2/395  4 October 1687

Information of Thomasin Carington of Spondon widow and others concerning theft of her clothes.  Q/SB/2/396  December 1688

Petitions for relief etc: William Ball of Eaton and Alsop  Q/SB/2/397  1689

Petitions for relief etc: John Ragg of Bonsall  Q/SB/2/398  1689

Petitions for relief etc: Ann Weane of Sterndale in Hartington  Q/SB/2/399  1689

Petitions for relief etc: Widow White  Q/SB/2/400  1689

Petitions for relief etc: Robert Warde of Hartington  Q/SB/2/401  1689

Petitions for relief etc: William Brackenfield of Stanton-in the Peak, miner  Q/SB/2/402  1689

Petitions for relief etc: Mary Pott of Ballidon  Q/SB/2/403  1689

Petitions for relief etc: George Woodiwis of Brassington  Q/SB/2/404  1689

Petitions for relief etc: Edward Townsend of Tideswell  Q/SB/2/405  1689

Petitions for relief etc: Bridget Chetham of Tansley widow  Q/SB/2/406  1689

Petitions for relief etc: Dorothy Careless of Darley widow  Q/SB/2/407  1689

Petitions for relief etc: Francis Glover of Shepherds Flat in Eyam  Q/SB/2/408  1689

Petitions for relief etc: Elizabeth Webster of Youlgreave  Q/SB/2/409  1689

Petitions for relief etc: Alice Naylor of Sheldon in Bakewell  Q/SB/2/410  1689

Petitions for relief etc: James Cowley of Chapel-en-le-Frith  Q/SB/2/411  1689

Petitions for relief etc: Millicent Glossop of Wirksworth, widow  Q/SB/2/412  1689

Petition of George Woolley of Chapel Milton in the parish of Glossop, blacksmith, for payment of arrears of rent due to him from Nicholas Cowper.  Q/SB/2/413  16 July 1689

Petition and information of inhabitants of Bowden Middle Cale that relief to Nicholas Cowper (see Q/SB/2/413) may cease.  Q/SB/2/414  16 July 1689

Presentment of the Constable of Dale Abbey of popish recusants  Q/SB/2/415  1689

Presentment of the Constable of Quarndon  Q/SB/2/416  16 July 1689

Presentment of the Constable of Elton.  Q/SB/2/417  16 July 1689

Presentment of Constable of Bowden Chappel.  Q/SB/2/418  16 July 1689

Presentments of Constable of Wormhill. (Roman Catholics)  Q/SB/2/419  8 October 1689

Presentments of Constable of Tideswell of Roman Catholics, Quakers, badgers and swailers.  Q/SB/2/420  8 October 1689

Presentments of constable of Darley of Quakers and others.  Q/SB/2/421  8 October 1689

Presentments of the Constable of Chelmorton  Q/SB/2/422  8 October 1689

Presentments of Constable of Bakewell.  Q/SB/2/423  8 October 1689

Presentments of Constable of Bowden Chapel.  Q/SB/2/424  8 October 1689

Presentments of Constable of Baslow.  Q/SB/2/425  8 October 1689

Presentments of the Constable of Hathersage.  Q/SB/2/426  8 October 1689

Presentments of the Constable of Glossop.  Q/SB/2/427  8 October 1689

Presentments of the Constable of Hope.  Q/SB/2/428  8 October 1689

Presentment of the Constable of Wingerworth.  Q/SB/2/429  14 January 1689/90

Plea on behalf of William Burton of Markeaton that he be allowed to bury his child without further charge.  Q/SB/2/430  29 April 1690

Information of Thomas Poyzer of Morley Park in the parish of Duffield concerning a theft from his house with examination and confession of Joseph Brothers.  Q/SB/2/431  29 November 1693

Examination of Charles Charlesworth of Bradbourne miller touching theft of grain.  Q/SB/2/432  27 February 1693/94

Information of Thomas Walker of Heage against Joseph Plather of Morley Park - see no Q/SB/2/431.  Q/SB/2/433  29 November 1693

Constables' presentments: Edlaston & Wyaston  Q/SB/2/434  1693

Constables' presentments: Bakewell  Q/SB/2/435  1693

Constables' presentments: Bradley  Q/SB/2/436  1693

Constables' presentments: Osmaston  Q/SB/2/437  1693

Constables' presentments: Barton and Barton Fields  Q/SB/2/438  1693

Constables' presentments: Marston Montgomery  Q/SB/2/439  1693

Constables' presentments: Snelston  Q/SB/2/440  1693

Constables' presentments: Hulland  Q/SB/2/441  1693

Constables' presentments: Shipley  Q/SB/2/442  1693

Constables' presentments: Dale Abbey  Q/SB/2/443  1693

Constables' presentments: Wormhill  Q/SB/2/444  1693

Constables' presentments: Tideswell  Q/SB/2/445  1693

Constables' presentments: Eyam  Q/SB/2/446  1693

Constables' presentments: Baslow  Q/SB/2/447  1693

Constables' presentments: Hathersage  Q/SB/2/448  1693

Constables' presentments: Number not used  Q/SB/2/449  1693

Constables' presentments: Hartshorne  Q/SB/2/450  1693

Constables' presentments: Chesterfield  Q/SB/2/451  1693

Constables' presentments: Staveley  Q/SB/2/452  1693

Constables' presentments: Bolsover  Q/SB/2/453  1693

Constables' presentments: Barlborough  Q/SB/2/454  1693

Constables' presentments: Eckington  Q/SB/2/455  1693

Constables' presentments: Sutton-cum-Duckmanton  Q/SB/2/456  1693

Constables' presentments: Holmesfield  Q/SB/2/457  1693

Constables' presentments: Killamarsh  Q/SB/2/458  1693

Constables' presentments: Wingerworth  Q/SB/2/459  1693

Constables' presentments: Kniveton, Offcote and Underwood  Q/SB/2/460  1693

Constables' presentments: Ashbourne  Q/SB/2/461  1693

Constables' presentments: Elton  Q/SB/2/462  1693

Presentment of grand jury that Edward Whitehead of Ilkeston was wrongly presented at the Epiphany Session for brewing and selling ale.  Q/SB/2/463  3 October 1693

Presentments of high Constable of Appletree  Q/SB/2/464  3 October 1693

Presentments of Constable of Barton and Barton Fields.  Q/SB/2/465  3 October 1693

AS Q/SB/2/465. Edlaston and Wyaston  Q/SB/2/466  1693

Constables' presentments: Bradley  Q/SB/2/467  1693

Constables' presentments: Cubley  Q/SB/2/468  1693

Constables' presentments: Duffield  Q/SB/2/469  1693

Constables' presentments: Marston Montgomery  Q/SB/2/470  1693

Constables' presentments: Osmaston  Q/SB/2/471  1693

Constables' presentments: Stanley and Mapperley  Q/SB/2/472  1693

Constables' presentments: Allestree  Q/SB/2/473  1693

Constables' presentments: Ripley and Pentrich  Q/SB/2/474  1693

Constables' presentments: Mackworth  Q/SB/2/475  1693

Constables' presentments: Markeaton  Q/SB/2/476  1693

Constables' presentments: Mickleover  Q/SB/2/477  1693

Constables' presentments: Horsley  Q/SB/2/478  1693

Constables' presentments: Shipley  Q/SB/2/479  1693

Constables' presentments: Baslow  Q/SB/2/480  1693

Constables' presentments: Bowden Chapel  Q/SB/2/481  1693

Constables' presentments: Wormhill  Q/SB/2/482  1693

Constables' presentments: Hathersage  Q/SB/2/483  1693

Constables' presentments: Hope  Q/SB/2/484  1693

Constables' presentments: Eyam  Q/SB/2/485  1693

Constables' presentments: Tideswell  Q/SB/2/486  1693

Constables' presentments: Killamarsh  Q/SB/2/487  1693

Constables' presentments: Staveley  Q/SB/2/488  1693

Constables' presentments: Barlborough  Q/SB/2/489  1693

Constables' presentments: Sutton  Q/SB/2/490  1693

Constables' presentments: Holmesfield  Q/SB/2/491  1693

Constables' presentments: Wingerworth  Q/SB/2/492  1693

Constables' presentments: Chesterfield  Q/SB/2/493  1693

Constables' presentments: Bolsover  Q/SB/2/494  1693

Constables' presentments: Eckington  Q/SB/2/495  1693

Presentments of the high Constable of High Peak Hundred.  Q/SB/2/496  3 October 1693

Examination of Samuel Peate of Hazelwood accused of theft.  Q/SB/2/497  9 May 1694

Information of William Limb of Alfreton concerning theft of his money.  Q/SB/2/498  16 June 1694

Constables' presentments: Brailsford  Q/SB/2/499  17 April 1694

Constables' presentments: Norbury and Roston  Q/SB/2/500  17 April 1694

Constables' presentments: Cubley  Q/SB/2/501  17 April 1694

Constables' presentments: Snelston and Marston Montgomery  Q/SB/2/502  17 April 1694

Constables' presentments: Bradley and Osmaston  Q/SB/2/503  17 April 1694

Constables' presentments: Baslow  Q/SB/2/504  17 April 1694

Constables' presentments: Hope  Q/SB/2/505  17 April 1694

Constables' presentments: Eyam  Q/SB/2/506  17 April 1694

Presentments made by the jury for Ambaston  Q/SB/2/507-508  1694

Constables' presentments: Barton and Barton Fields, Kniveton, Marston-on-Dove  Q/SB/2/509  15 January 1694

Constables' presentments: Hathersage  Q/SB/2/510  15 January 1694

Constables' presentments: Eyam, Hope  Q/SB/2/511  15 January 1694

Constables' presentments: Ashbourne  Q/SB/2/512  15 January 1694

Constables' presentments: Scarcliffe  Q/SB/2/513  15 January 1694

Constables' presentments: Chesterfield  Q/SB/2/514  15 January 1694

Constables' presentments: Wingerworth  Q/SB/2/515  15 January 1694

Constables' presentments: Dronfield  Q/SB/2/516  15 January 1694

Constables' presentments: Staveley  Q/SB/2/517  15 January 1694

Constables' presentments: Sutton  Q/SB/2/518  15 January 1694

Constables' presentments: Killamarsh  Q/SB/2/519  15 January 1694

Constables' presentments: Eckington  Q/SB/2/520  15 January 1694

Information of John Holmes of Wensley - malicious damage to his horse. Information of Robert Wragg of Wensley, husbandman Examination of Godfrey Warde of Darley, labourer - denies hurting Holmes' horse.  Q/SB/2/521  13 February 1695/96

Petition of William Ward of Parwich, prisoner in Derby gaol for maintenance of his family.  Q/SB/2/522  14 January 1695/96

Petition of Elizabeth Aplebee of Tissington, widow aged 87, for relief.  Q/SB/2/523  16 July 1695

Petition of Hellin Staley of Wirksworth for relief.  Q/SB/2/524  16 July 1695

Petition of James Cowper of Baghouses in Chapel-en-le Frith, prisoner in the County gaol, for maintenance for his family.  Q/SB/2/525  14 January 1695/96

Constables' presentments: Fenny Bentley  Q/SB/2/526  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Barton and Barton Fields  Q/SB/2/527  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Peak Forest  Q/SB/2/528  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Ticknall and Calke  Q/SB/2/529-530  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Cubley  Q/SB/2/531  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Norbury and Roston  Q/SB/2/532  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Snelston  Q/SB/2/533  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Barton and Barton Fields  Q/SB/2/534  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Marston Montgomery  Q/SB/2/535  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Edlaston and Wyaston  Q/SB/2/536  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Bradley  Q/SB/2/537  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Osmaston  Q/SB/2/538  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Doveridge  Q/SB/2/539  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Hope  Q/SB/2/540  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Tideswell  Q/SB/2/541  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Eyam  Q/SB/2/542  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Wormhill  Q/SB/2/543  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Hathersage  Q/SB/2/544  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Littleover  Q/SB/2/545  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Stanton-by-Dale  Q/SB/2/546  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Gresley  Q/SB/2/547  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Osmaston  Q/SB/2/548  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Chellaston  Q/SB/2/549  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Swarkestone  Q/SB/2/550  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Killamarsh  Q/SB/2/551  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Sutton  Q/SB/2/552  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Barlborough  Q/SB/2/553  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Eckington  Q/SB/2/554  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Dronfield  Q/SB/2/555  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Chesterfield  Q/SB/2/556  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Staveley  Q/SB/2/557  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Holmesfield  Q/SB/2/558  1695-1696

Constables' presentments: Ashbourne  Q/SB/2/559  1695-1696

Petition of Ralph Higget of Wirksworth, prisoner in Derby gaol for maintenance for his family.  Q/SB/2/560  10 January 1698/99

Constables' presentments: Marston Montgomery  Q/SB/2/561  1698

Constables' presentments: Bradley  Q/SB/2/562  1698

Constables' presentments: Snelston  Q/SB/2/563  1698

Constables' presentments: Edlaston and Wyaston  Q/SB/2/564  1698

Constables' presentments: Norbury and Roston  Q/SB/2/565  1698

Constables' presentments: Barton and Barton Fields  Q/SB/2/566  1698

Constables' presentments: Cubley  Q/SB/2/567  1698

Constables' presentments: Wormhill  Q/SB/2/568  1698

Constables' presentments: Hope  Q/SB/2/569  1698

Constables' presentments: Tideswell  Q/SB/2/570  1698

Constables' presentments: Eyam  Q/SB/2/571  1698

Constables' presentments: Baslow  Q/SB/2/572  1698

Constables' presentments: Markeaton  Q/SB/2/573  1698

Constables' presentments: Eckington  Q/SB/2/574  1698

Constables' presentments: Chesterfield  Q/SB/2/575  1698

Constables' presentments: Scarcliffe  Q/SB/2/576  1698

Constables' presentments: Bolsover  Q/SB/2/577  1698

Constables' presentments: Sutton  Q/SB/2/578  1698

Constables' presentments: Barlborough  Q/SB/2/579  1698

Constables' presentments: Wingerworth  Q/SB/2/580  1698

Constables' presentments: Staveley  Q/SB/2/581  1698

Constables' presentments: Boylestone  Q/SB/2/582  1698

Constables' presentments: Edlaston and Wyaston  Q/SB/2/583  1698

Constables' presentments: Barton and Barton Fields  Q/SB/2/584  1698

Constables' presentments: Norbury and Roston  Q/SB/2/585  1698

Constables' presentments: Marston Montgomery, Snelston  Q/SB/2/586  1698

Constables' presentments: Bradley, Osmaston  Q/SB/2/587  1698

Constables' presentments: Baslow  Q/SB/2/588  1698

Constables' presentments: Eyam  Q/SB/2/589  1698

Constables' presentments: Wormhill  Q/SB/2/590  1698

Constables' presentments: Hope  Q/SB/2/591  1698

Constables' presentments: Hathersage  Q/SB/2/592  1698

Constables' presentments: Tideswell  Q/SB/2/593  1698

Constables' presentments: Melbourne and Kings Newton  Q/SB/2/594  1698

Constables' presentments: Chesterfield  Q/SB/2/595  1698

Constables' presentments: Barlborough  Q/SB/2/596  1698

Constables' presentments: Bolsover  Q/SB/2/597  1698

Constables' presentments: Scarcliffe  Q/SB/2/598  1698

Constables' presentments: Wingerworth  Q/SB/2/599  1698

Constables' presentments: Killamarsh (2)  Q/SB/2/600-601  1698

Constables' presentments: Staveley  Q/SB/2/602  1698

Constables' presentments: Eckington  Q/SB/2/603  1698

Constables' presentments: Sutton  Q/SB/2/604  1698

Constables' presentments: Norbury and Roston  Q/SB/2/605  1698

Constables' presentments: Barton and Barton Fields  Q/SB/2/606  1698

Constables' presentments: Snelston  Q/SB/2/607  1698

Constables' presentments: Cubley  Q/SB/2/608  1698

Constables' presentments: Bradley  Q/SB/2/609  1698

Constables' presentments: Marston Montgomery  Q/SB/2/610  1698

Constables' presentments: Baslow  Q/SB/2/611  1698

Constables' presentments: Hope  Q/SB/2/612  1698

Constables' presentments: Wormhill  Q/SB/2/613  1698

Constables' presentments: Tideswell  Q/SB/2/614  1698

Constables' presentments: Hathersage  Q/SB/2/615  1698

Constables' presentments: Killamarsh  Q/SB/2/616  1698

Constables' presentments: Sutton  Q/SB/2/617  1698

Constables' presentments: Scarcliffe  Q/SB/2/618  1698

Constables' presentments: Eckington  Q/SB/2/619  1698

Constables' presentments: Chesterfield  Q/SB/2/620  1698

Constables' presentments: Bolsover  Q/SB/2/621  1698

Constables' presentments: Staveley  Q/SB/2/622  1698

Constables' presentments: Wingerworth  Q/SB/2/623  1698

Presentment of Constable of Clifton and Compton  Q/SB/2/624  30 September 1634

Recognizance in £5 of John Woodward glover of Chesterfield for alehouse licence.  Q/SB/2/625  1 November 1562

Information of William Hiberd of Ashover and John Spencer of Ashover against Richard Dakin of Ashover gent, for swearing oaths.  Q/SB/2/626  17 November 1651

Petition of John Radige of Hasland, former king's soldier, for a pension.  Q/SB/2/627  4 October 1687

Petition of Thomas Heathcott of Hope, maimed soldier  Q/SB/2/628  16 July 1689

Information of Henry Williamson of Stanton and Newhall husbandman - one Samuel Buckberry accused of singing a song about the late king and his son and proposing the health of the same Information of Henry Parker of Stanton against Buckberry of Tutbury.  Q/SB/2/629  24 April 1658

Information of Roger Barber against John Hayne of ?Aston for calling the King a fool and a knave ..  Q/SB/2/630  13 May 1661

Information of John Roulston of Etwall, labourer against Henry Alsibrooke sen. of Church Broughton for wishing "the bond meadow were full of souldiers and he amongst them and that he should never be light at heart till then that they may pull downe the higher powers (meaning t00000he King) ..."  Q/SB/2/631  22 September 1664

Petition of George Gladwin and other inhabitants of Darley for repayment of a deposit of £9 made by the township in place of an assessment for the support of the Scots army  Q/SB/2/632  [n.d.]

Memoranda of convictions for swearing oaths  Q/SB/2/633  1653

Petition of the inhabitants of Swarkestone for ejectment of Robert Boocley from the school house so that schooling may be resumed. Nine signatories  Q/SB/2/634  17 July 1649

Certificate that Robert Redfearne of Bakewell was a loyal soldier of King Charles I. 12 signatories  Q/SB/2/635  15 July 1689

Presentment of jury of [ ].  Q/SB/2/636  15 April 1656

Petition of Thomas Wiberley Constable of Kniveton, Offcote and Underwood to secure payment of assessments from the township  Q/SB/2/637  c1630s

Petition of the inhabitants of Mapleton to secure payment of rates from all landowners  Q/SB/2/638  [n.d.]

Petition of John Hobbes, Humfrey Foddringham and Humfrey Jackson for arrears of their pensions as maimed soldiers  Q/SB/2/639  c1650s

Petition of John Matthew of Loscoe, maimed soldier  Q/SB/2/640  c1650s

Note on behalf of Mary Spenser whose husband was killed on parliament's side  Q/SB/2/641  c1650s

Petition of John Hunter, wounded soldier  Q/SB/2/642  c1650s

Petition of Richard Mason, maimed soldier  Q/SB/2/643  [n.d.]

Certificate of George Bradbury of Dalbury Lees, soldier,  Q/SB/2/644  15 July 1689

Petition of John Brocklehurst of Alderwasley, maimed soldier  Q/SB/2/645  [n.d.]

Petition of William Greyson, maimed soldier  Q/SB/2/646  [n.d.]

Petition of James Cawpard, maimed soldier  Q/SB/2/647  [n.d.]

Petition of Dawson Berrisford of Melbourne for payment of his pension  Q/SB/2/648  [n.d.]

Petition of Richard Ellis and Arthur Hill, two maimed soldiers  Q/SB/2/649  [n.d.]

Information of Samuel Carrington of Youlgreave shoemaker against Hugh Sheldon of Youlgreave for disparaging Cromwell and for drinking the King's health.  Q/SB/2/650  20 September 1651

Examination of Alice Cross of Burton-on-Trent widow charged with suspicion of having carnal knowledge with William Pole of Rosliston.  Q/SB/2/651  25 May 1651

Certificate that Anthony Heines was wounded in the service of parliament in 1642  Q/SB/2/652-53  [n.d.]

Certificate by Samuel Bold, minister of Swarkestone, that Sir John Harpur of Swarkestone has arrived there from London in accordance with proclamation.  Q/SB/2/654  17 July 1655

Petition of Thomas Holland of Cauldwell labourer for accommodation  Q/SB/2/655  [n.d.]

Petition of Elizabeth Chawner of Brailsford, spinster who has been much abused by William Chawner of Brailsford who called her 'seperate whore' and 'badd her goe to Fairfax and Sanders, houlding upp a pitchforke betwix his handes (resembling a pair of gallowes) and said this is theire and the separates' fortune'.. and further that she went to church to serve the devil, 'much revilinge the Roundheads (as he called them)  Q/SB/2/656  [n.d.]

Petition of the inhabitants of Langley Meynell not to be burdened with a constable's office for the collection of taxes  Q/SB/2/657  [n.d.]

Petition of same that the owners of the park be compelled to contribute towards assessments.  Q/SB/2/658  17 July 1649

Examination of Robert Armfield of Wirksworth, tailor charged with bigamy.  Q/SB/2/659  19 June 1650

Certificate of persons convicted of profane swearing.  Q/SB/2/660  7/8 January 1651/52

Certificate of persons convicted of profane swearing.  Q/SB/2/661  10 February 1651/52

Petition of Gervase Turner of Brampton, former constable of Morton  Q/SB/2/662  post 1647

Account of William Greaves high constable of High Peak Hundred, of money raised for maimed soldiers: 1648-49  Q/SB/2/663  1653

Receipt for £24 for use of maimed solders  Q/SB/2/664  9 January 1649/50

Order to inhabitants of Mickleover to raise sum of £4 to pay for a mare taken for state service from George Wade.  Q/SB/2/665  8 January 1650/51

Receipt in £10 for maimed solders  Q/SB/2/666  8 January 1651/52

Account of high constable of Scarsdale Hundred 1649 - 1652, 10 Jan  Q/SB/2/667  1653/4

Account of high constable of Scarsdale Hundred of money raised for maimed soldiers.  Q/SB/2/668  10 January 1653/54

Note on lands in Ashbourne & Fenny Bentley  Q/SB/2/669  nd

Petition of Margaret Holmes of Yveton for poor relief  Q/SB/2/670  1701

Constable's presentments: Wormhill.  Q/SB/2/671  14 April 1702

Constable's presentments: Hope.  Q/SB/2/672  14 April 1702

Constable's presentments: Peake Forest.  Q/SB/2/673  14 April 1702

Constable's presentments: Eyam.  Q/SB/2/674  14 April 1702

Constable's presentments: Baslow.  Q/SB/2/675  14 April 1702

Constable's presentments: Kedleston  Q/SB/2/676  6 October 1702

Constable's presentments: Marston  Q/SB/2/677  6 October 1702

Constable's presentments: Longford  Q/SB/2/678  6 October 1702

Constable's presentments: Norbury & Roston  Q/SB/2/679  6 October 1702

Constable's presentments: Norbury & Roston.  Q/SB/2/680  11 Jan 1703/4

Constable's presentments: Colaston.  Q/SB/2/681  11 Jan 1703/4

Constable's presentments: Hope.  Q/SB/2/682  11 Jan 1703/4

Constable's presentments: Hathersage.  Q/SB/2/683  11 Jan 1703/4

Constable's presentments: Baslow.  Q/SB/2/684  11 Jan 1703/4

Constable's presentments: Tideswall.  Q/SB/2/685  11 Jan 1703/4

Constable's presentments: Eyam.  Q/SB/2/686  11 Jan 1703/4

Petition of Thomas Dawson for poor relief.  Q/SB/2/687  11 Jan 1703/4

A particular of the goods, cattle, corn, grain and chattels of John Hill taken into account in the suit of Benjamin Joliffe Esq.  Q/SB/2/688  27 September 1707

Information of John Glover of Barrow against Jeremiah Buersall who is said to have stolen pewter and attacked a woman in doing so  Q/SB/2/689  5 September 1707

Information of Joseph Skirmer against Jeremiah Buersall who used threatening behaviour and language in front of Skirmer his wife and children.  Q/SB/2/690  24 August 1707

Petition of Samuel Bennet for poor relief and for an apprenticeship for his son William Bennet  Q/SB/2/691  1708

Petition of Francis Foxlowe of Taddington for poor relief  Q/SB/2/692  1708

Petition of Mary Hays for poor relief  Q/SB/2/693  1708

Petition of Francis Glover for poor relief  Q/SB/2/694  1708

Constable's presentments: Norbury and Roston  Q/SB/2/695  7 October 1707

Constable's presentments: Cubley.  Q/SB/2/696  7 October 1707

Constable's presentments: Tideswell.  Q/SB/2/697  7 October 1707

Constable's presentments: Wormhill.  Q/SB/2/698  7 October 1707

Constable's presentments: Baslow.  Q/SB/2/699  7 October 1707

Constable's presentments: Hathersage.  Q/SB/2/670  7 October 1707

Constable's presentments: Ashbourne.  Q/SB/2/671  7 October 1707

Examination of Elizabeth Page said to be with bastard child by Thomas Seale of Linton;  Q/SB/2/702  25 April 1710

Examination of Grace Sellars said to be with bastard child by John Taylor  Q/SB/2/703  15 May 1710

Petition of Rowland Millington late constable of Kirke Ireton.  Q/SB/2/704  29 April 1712

Examination of Hannah Lees of Duffield who claims that John Heath knelt on her belly and threatened to burn her face with a hot coal.  Q/SB/2/705  15 April 1713

Constables presentment for Bonsall  Q/SB/2/706  1713

Samuel Robbinson of Breadsall to appear at next sessions for good behaviour.  Q/SB/2/707  9 April 1713

An account of what wood has been bought for making the waterworks at Haigh Bridge and what work has been done there.  Q/SB/2/708  12 August 1713

Petition of Joseph Jackson of Longston for poor relief  Q/SB/2/709  1713

Examination of Mary Frost of Kirk Ireton for stealing one shirt and one shift from Mary Yeomans.  Q/SB/2/710  16 June 1710

Report on Duffield Ford recommending Quarter Sessions to spend a further £30 in repairing it to prevent the river sweeping it downstream, creating a new shallow by the side of the road leaving the old site of the ford very deep.  Q/SB/2/711  19 July 1714

Constable's presentments: Tideswell.  Q/SB/2/712  July 1714

Constable's presentments: Ashford.  Q/SB/2/713  July 1714

Constable's presentments: Hathersage.  Q/SB/2/714  July 1714

Constable's presentments: Hope.  Q/SB/2/715  July 1714

Constable's presentments: Eyam.  Q/SB/2/716  July 1714

Constable's presentments: Ashbourne.  Q/SB/2/717  July 1714

Lists of all the badgers, swalers and drovers in: Baslow  Q/SB/2/718  July 1714

Lists of all the badgers, swalers and drovers in: Youlgreave  Q/SB/2/719  July 1714

Lists of all the badgers, swalers and drovers in: Wormhill  Q/SB/2/720  July 1714

Lists of all the badgers, swalers and drovers in: Tiddswall  Q/SB/2/721  July 1714

Lists of all the badgers, swalers and drovers in: Glossop  Q/SB/2/722  July 1714

Lists of all the badgers, swalers and drovers in: Peak Forest  Q/SB/2/723  July 1714

Lists of all the badgers, swalers and drovers in: Eyam  Q/SB/2/724  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Marston Montgomery  Q/SB/2/725  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Mugginton  Q/SB/2/726  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Norbury and Roston  Q/SB/2/727  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Snelston  Q/SB/2/728  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Sutton  Q/SB/2/729  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Hednoston  Q/SB/2/730  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Somersall Herbert  Q/SB/2/731  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Stanley and Mapperly  Q/SB/2/732  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Boyleston  Q/SB/2/733  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Sinfin and Arleston  Q/SB/2/734  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Foston and Scropton  Q/SB/2/735  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Bowden Middlecale  Q/SB/2/736  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Chelmorton  Q/SB/2/737  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Bradley  Q/SB/2/738  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Hilton  Q/SB/2/739  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Etwall  Q/SB/2/740  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Osleston and Thurvaston  Q/SB/2/741  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Hatton  Q/SB/2/742  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Twyford and Stenson  Q/SB/2/743  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Spondon  Q/SB/2/744  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Radbourne  Q/SB/2/745  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Rodsley  Q/SB/2/746  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Sudbury  Q/SB/2/747  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Marston Dove  Q/SB/2/748  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Bentley  Q/SB/2/749  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Osmaston  Q/SB/2/750  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Longford  Q/SB/2/751  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Stidd  Q/SB/2/752  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Barton and Barton Fields  Q/SB/2/753  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Alderwasley and Ashley 'Hays'  Q/SB/2/754  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Dalbury  Q/SB/2/755  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Brailsford  Q/SB/2/756  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Hollington  Q/SB/2/757  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Church Broughton  Q/SB/2/758  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Atlow  Q/SB/2/759  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Alkmonton  Q/SB/2/760/1  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Kedlaston  Q/SB/2/760/2  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Chaddesden  Q/SB/2/760/3  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Mercaston  Q/SB/2/760/4  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Edlaston and Wyaston  Q/SB/2/760/5  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Trusley  Q/SB/2/760/6  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Hoone  Q/SB/2/760/7  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Cubley  Q/SB/2/760/8  July 1714

Certification of the presence, or otherwise, of badgers, swalers or drovers in: Dovebridge, Breadsall, Shirley and Yeaveley  Q/SB/2/760/9  July 1714

Constables' presentments: Hope.  Q/SB/2/761  October 1720

Constables' presentments: Chelmorton.  Q/SB/2/762  October 1720

Constables' presentments: Bowden Chapel.  Q/SB/2/763  October 1720

Constables' presentments: Glossop.  Q/SB/2/764  October 1720

Constables' presentments: Tideswell.  Q/SB/2/765  October 1720

Constables' presentments: Eyam.  Q/SB/2/766  October 1720

Constables' presentments: Hathersage  Q/SB/2/767  October 1720

Constables' presentments: Bowden.  Q/SB/2/768  October 1720

Constables' presentments: Peake Forest.  Q/SB/2/769  October 1720

Constables' presentments: Youlgreave.  Q/SB/2/770  October 1720

Constables' presentments: Darley.  Q/SB/2/771  October 1720

Constables' presentments: Wormhill.  Q/SB/2/772  October 1720

Constables' presentments: Bakewell.  Q/SB/2/773  October 1720

Constable's presentment, Wormhill  Q/SB/2/774  Jan 1720/1

Information of Mary Withers of Heath who claims that Robert Holland assaulted her.  Q/SB/2/775  14 May 1717

Presentment of the jurors at the General Quarter Sessions at Derby that Thomas, Mary and Elizabeth White had conspired to defame John Fletcher by saying that he offered payment for carnal knowledge with the two women.  Q/SB/2/776  12 January 1719/20

Examination of Thomas Blood, labourer concerning his work done for widow Morecroft of Church Broughton and the wages paid to him.  Q/SB/2/777  7 June 1720

Examination of Elizabeth Clarke concerning the lands rented by her late husband Isaac Clarke and that she was lawfully married to him.  Q/SB/2/778  16 August 1720

Petition of Sara Wallis of Ashbourne for poor relief  Q/SB/2/779  1720

Order to John Wright, county treasurer to pay £8. 10s to the persons of South Normanton and Pinxton for the expense of conveying the military baggage used in the late expedition to Scotland  Q/SB/2/780/1  Feb 1721/2

As Q/SB/2/780, to pay £26 to persons in Alfreton  Q/SB/2/780/2  1721/2

Information of William Spaldwin against Hannah Fore whom he saw carrying bricks in her apron away from those belonging to Dr Willmot.  Q/SB/2/781  23 Jan 1726/7

Constable's presentments: Hathersage.  Q/SB/2/782  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Norbury and Roston.  Q/SB/2/783  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Cubley.  Q/SB/2/784  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Bradley.  Q/SB/2/785  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Hope.  Q/SB/2/786  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Wormhill.  Q/SB/2/787  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Eyam.  Q/SB/2/788  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Tideswell.  Q/SB/2/789  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Holmesfield.  Q/SB/2/790  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Kniveton.  Q/SB/2/791  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Baslow.  Q/SB/2/792  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Bowden Chapel.  Q/SB/2/793  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Ashbourne.  Q/SB/2/794  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Dore.  Q/SB/2/795  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Eckington.  Q/SB/2/796  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Barlborough.  Q/SB/2/797  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Wingerworth.  Q/SB/2/798  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Dronfield.  Q/SB/2/799  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Hartington.  Q/SB/2/800  July 1721

Constable's presentments: Bradley.  Q/SB/2/801  April 1722

Constable's presentments: Hope.  Q/SB/2/802  April 1722

Constable's presentments: Baslow.  Q/SB/2/803  April 1722

Constable's presentments: Tideswell.  Q/SB/2/804  April 1722

Constable's presentments: Eyam.  Q/SB/2/805  April 1722

Constable's presentments: Bowden Chapel.  Q/SB/2/806  April 1722

Constable's presentments: Barlborough and Whitwell.  Q/SB/2/807  April 1722

Constable's presentments: Ashbourne.  Q/SB/2/808  April 1722

Constable's presentments: Wormhill.  Q/SB/2/809  April 1722

Constable's presentments: Hathersage.  Q/SB/2/810  April 1722

Constable's presentments: Eckington.  Q/SB/2/811  April 1722

Constable's presentments: Holmfield.  Q/SB/2/812  April 1722

Constable's presentments: Dore.  Q/SB/2/813  April 1722

Constable's presentments: Dronfield.  Q/SB/2/814  April 1722

Constable's presentments: Wingerworth.  Q/SB/2/815  April 1722

Presentment of the jurors at General Quarter Sessions about William Watts of Matlock who is said to have forcibly entered a lead mine  Q/SB/2/816  3 April 1722

Constables' presentments: Norbury and Roston (also 3 April).  Q/SB/2/817-818  10 July 1722

Constables' presentments: Bradley.  Q/SB/2/819  10 July 1722

Constables' presentments: Cubley (also 3rd April).  Q/SB/2/820-821  10 July 1722

Constables' presentments: Eyam.  Q/SB/2/822  10 July 1722

Constables' presentments: Baslow.  Q/SB/2/823  10 July 1722

Constables' presentments: Tideswell.  Q/SB/2/824  10 July 1722

Constables' presentments: Hope.  Q/SB/2/825  10 July 1722

Constables' presentments: Wormhill.  Q/SB/2/826  10 July 1722

Constables' presentments: Bowden Chapel.  Q/SB/2/827  10 July 1722

Constables' presentments: Kniveton.  Q/SB/2/828  10 July 1722

Constables' presentments: Eckington.  Q/SB/2/829  10 July 1722

Constables' presentments: Norton.  Q/SB/2/830  10 July 1722

Constables' presentments: Dore.  Q/SB/2/831  10 July 1722

Constables' presentments: Dronfield.  Q/SB/2/832  10 July 1722

Constables' presentments: Wingerworth.  Q/SB/2/833  10 July 1722

Constables' presentments: Barlborough and Whitwell.  Q/SB/2/834  10 July 1722

Constables' presentments: Holmesfield.  Q/SB/2/835  10 July 1722

Constables' presentments: Hathersage.  Q/SB/2/836  10 July 1722

Constables presentments: Ashbourne.  Q/SB/2/837  2 October 1722

Constables' presentments: Kniveton  Q/SB/2/838  2 October 1722

Constables' presentments: Wingerworth.  Q/SB/2/839  2 October 1722

Constables' presentments: Holmsfield.  Q/SB/2/840  2 October 1722

Constables' presentments: Dronfield.  Q/SB/2/841  2 October 1722

Constables' presentments: Eckington.  Q/SB/2/842  2 October 1722

Constables' presentments: Hathersage.  Q/SB/2/843  2 October 1722

Constables' presentments: Norton.  Q/SB/2/844  2 October 1722

Constables' presentments: Barlborough and Whitwell.  Q/SB/2/845  2 October 1722

Constables' presentments: Hope.  Q/SB/2/846  2 October 1722

Constables' presentments: Dore.  Q/SB/2/847  2 October 1722

Constables' presentments: Bradley.  Q/SB/2/848  2 October 1722

Constables' presentments: Cubley.  Q/SB/2/849  2 October 1722

Constables' presentments: Norbury and Roston.  Q/SB/2/850  2 October 1722

Constables' presentments: Wormhill.  Q/SB/2/851  2 October 1722

Constables' presentments: Baslow.  Q/SB/2/852  2 October 1722

Constables' presentments: Eyam.  Q/SB/2/853  2 October 1722

Constables' presentments: Bowden Chapel.  Q/SB/2/854  2 October 1722

Constables' presentments: Tideswell.  Q/SB/2/855  2 October 1722

Constables presentments: Cubley.  Q/SB/2/856  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Bradley.  Q/SB/2/857  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Norbury and Roston.  Q/SB/2/858  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Eyam.  Q/SB/2/859  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Baslow.  Q/SB/2/860  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Wormhill.  Q/SB/2/861  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Tideswell.  Q/SB/2/862  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Barrow.  Q/SB/2/863  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Weston upon Trent.  Q/SB/2/864  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Barlbrough and Whitwell.  Q/SB/2/865  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Dore.  Q/SB/2/866  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Dronfield.  Q/SB/2/867  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Killamarsh.  Q/SB/2/868  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Bowden Chapel.  Q/SB/2/869  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Hope.  Q/SB/2/870  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Hathersage.  Q/SB/2/871  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Dale Abbey.  Q/SB/2/872  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Norton.  Q/SB/2/873  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Wingerworth.  Q/SB/2/874  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Eckington.  Q/SB/2/875  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Holmsfield.  Q/SB/2/876  15 January 1722/3

Constables presentments: Ashbourne.  Q/SB/2/877  15 January 1722/3

Petition of John Sowter of Duffield for poor relief  Q/SB/2/878  1723

Examination of William Linsey of Fotheringay Northampton, labourer for climbing through an open window of Thomas Gilbert's house and stealing several objects.  Q/SB/2/879  9 January 1721

Order for John Downes to appear at the general quarter sessions for begetting a child of the body of Jane Crowshawe.  Q/SB/2/880  30 March 1723

Constables' presentments: Hope.  Q/SB/2/881  8 Oct 1723

Constables' presentments: Tideswell.  Q/SB/2/882  8 Oct 1723

Constables' presentments: Eyam.  Q/SB/2/883  8 Oct 1723

Constables' presentments: Wormhill.  Q/SB/2/884  8 Oct 1723

Constables' presentments: Bowden Chapel.  Q/SB/2/885  8 Oct 1723

Constables' presentments: Baslowe.  Q/SB/2/886  8 Oct 1723

Constables presentments: Barlborough and Whitwell.  Q/SB/2/887  11 Jan 1725/6

Constables presentments: Killamarsh.  Q/SB/2/888  11 Jan 1725/6

Constables presentments: Holmesfield.  Q/SB/2/889  11 Jan 1725/6 11

Constables presentments: Eckington.  Q/SB/2/890  11 Jan 1725/6 11

Constables presentments: Dronfield.  Q/SB/2/891  11 Jan 1725/6 11

Constables presentments: Bolsover and Clowne.  Q/SB/2/892  11 Jan 1725/6

Constables presentments: Norton.  Q/SB/2/893  11 Jan 1725/6 11

Constables presentments: Hathersage.  Q/SB/2/894  11 Jan 1725/6

Constables presentments: Bradley.  Q/SB/2/895  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments: Cubley. 5 Oct  Q/SB/2/896  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments: Norbury and Roston. 5 Oct  Q/SB/2/897  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments: Tideswell. 5 Oct  Q/SB/2/898  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments: Wormhill. 5 Oct  Q/SB/2/899  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments: Eyam. 5 Oct  Q/SB/2/900  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments: Baslow. 5 Oct  Q/SB/2/901  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments: Killamarsh. 5 Oct  Q/SB/2/902  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments: Ashbourne. 5 Oct  Q/SB/2/903  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments: Hope. 5 Oct  Q/SB/2/904  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments: Dronfield. 5 Oct  Q/SB/2/905  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments: Barlborough. 5 Oct  Q/SB/2/906  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments: Wingerworth. 5 Oct  Q/SB/2/907  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments: Norton. 5 Oct  Q/SB/2/908  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments: Dore. 5 Oct  Q/SB/2/909  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments: Holmesfield. 5 Oct  Q/SB/2/910  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments: Eckington. 5 Oct  Q/SB/2/911  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments: Morleston and Litchurch. 5 Oct  Q/SB/2/912  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments: Appletree. 5 Oct  Q/SB/2/913  5 Oct 1725

Constables presentments. Brassington, Baslow, Hartington  Q/SB/2/914  1725

Constables presentments. Hathersage  Q/SB/2/915  1725

Constables presentments. Middleton and Cromford, Kniveton, Middlecale, Repton, Ticknall  Q/SB/2/916  1725

Constables presentments. Parwich  Q/SB/2/917  1725

Constables presentments. Matlock, ?Hope, Bradwell, Edale Aston  Q/SB/2/918  1725

Constables presentments. Offcote and Underwood, Wormhill  Q/SB/2/919  1725

Constables presentments. Tideswell, Great and Little Hucklow, Grindlow  Q/SB/2/920  1725

Constables presentments. Tideswell, Great Hucklow  Q/SB/2/921  1725

Constables presentments. Scarsdale  Q/SB/2/922  1725

Constables presentments. Hope, Castleton, Edale, Thornhill, Offerton, Brough, Bradwell  Q/SB/2/923  1725

Constables presentments. Wirksworth  Q/SB/2/924  1725

Constables presentments. Eyam, Stoney Middleton, and Foolow  Q/SB/2/925  1725

Constables presentments. Glossop  Q/SB/2/926  1725

Examination of John Worrill of Blackwell to show his places of inhabitance and work.  Q/SB/2/927  8 Feb 1724/5

Constables' presentments: Bradley.  Q/SB/2/928  April 1726

Constables' presentments: Cubley.  Q/SB/2/929  April 1726

Constable's presentment, Kniveton:  Q/SB/2/930  April 1727

Examination of Elizabeth Shaw of Wensley, midwife, Mary Turner and Hannah Cleaton both of Darley who say that in the extremities of child birth Elizabeth Tissington did declare that William Martin was the father of her bastard daughter  Q/SB/2/931  1726

Quarter Sessions calendars of people tried with sentences, transported to America, whipped in Derby Market Place until bloody, set in pillory, imprisoned etc  Q/SB/2/932  1723-1727

List of all badgers, swailers and drovers in: Morleston Litchurch Hundred  Q/SB/2/933  1729

List of all badgers, swailers and drovers in: Hartington  Q/SB/2/934  1729

List of all badgers, swailers and drovers in: Offcote and Underwood  Q/SB/2/935  1729

List of all badgers, swailers and drovers in: Kniveton  Q/SB/2/936  1729

List of all badgers, swailers and drovers in: Wirksworth  Q/SB/2/937  1729

List of all badgers, swailers and drovers in: Matlock  Q/SB/2/938  1729

List of all badgers, swailers and drovers in: ?Kirk Ireton  Q/SB/2/939  1729

List of all badgers, swailers and drovers in: High Peak Hundred  Q/SB/2/940  1729

List of all badgers, swailers and drovers in: Scarsdale Hundred  Q/SB/2/941  1729

Constables' presentments: Bradley.  Q/SB/2/942  Oct 1729

Constables' presentments: Norbury and Roston  Q/SB/2/943  Oct 1729

Constables' presentments: Cubley. Oct  Q/SB/2/944  Oct 1729

Constables' presentments: Wormhill. Oct  Q/SB/2/945  Oct 1729

Constables' presentments: Bowden Chapel. Oct  Q/SB/2/946  Oct 1729

Constables' presentments: Hope. Oct  Q/SB/2/947  Oct 1729

Constables' presentments: Chelmorton. Oct  Q/SB/2/948  Oct 1729

Constables' presentments: Eyam. Oct  Q/SB/2/949  Oct 1729

Constables' presentments: Tideswell. Oct  Q/SB/2/950  Oct 1729

Constables' presentments: Baslow. Oct  Q/SB/2/951  Oct 1729

Constables' presentments: Killamarsh. Oct  Q/SB/2/952  Oct 1729

Constables' presentments: Holmesfield. Oct  Q/SB/2/953  Oct 1729

Constables' presentments: Eckington. Oct  Q/SB/2/954  Oct 1729

Constables' presentments: Barlborough and Whitwell. Oct  Q/SB/2/955  Oct 1729

Constables' presentments: Dronfield. Oct  Q/SB/2/956  Oct 1729

Constables' presentments: Norton. Oct  Q/SB/2/957  Oct 1729

Constables' presentments: Bowden Chapel.  Q/SB/2/958  April 1730

Constables' presentments: Bolsover and Clowne.  Q/SB/2/959  April 1730

Constables' presentment Ashbourne  Q/SB/2/960  1730/1

Examination of Samuel Swincho who said that Thomas Hood cut down an ash tree and made it into bows which he and Hood concealed in his stable chamber  Q/SB/2/961  [n.d.]

Order of Lord Cavendish and Thomas Hallows to Matthew Heath to pay 1/6d a week towards the upkeep of his bastard child born of Elizabeth Coope of Pleasley  Q/SB/2/962  1731

Constables' presentments: Cubley, Norbury and Roston.  Q/SB/2/963  27 April 1731

Constables' presentments: Bradley.  Q/SB/2/964  27 April 1731

Constables' presentments: Eyam.  Q/SB/2/965  27 April 1731

Constables' presentments: Tideswell.  Q/SB/2/966  27 April 1731

Constables' presentments: Chelmorton, Hope.  Q/SB/2/967  27 April 1731

Constables' presentments: Baslow, Wormhill.  Q/SB/2/968  27 April 1731

Constables' presentments: Hathersage.  Q/SB/2/969  27 April 1731

Constables' presentments: Dronfield, Eckington.  Q/SB/2/970  27 April 1731

Constables' presentments: Norton, Killamarsh.  Q/SB/2/971  27 April 1731

Constables' presentments: Barlborough and Whitwell.  Q/SB/2/972  27 April 1731

Constables' presentments: Wingerworth.  Q/SB/2/973  27 April 1731

Constables' presentments: Holmesfield.  Q/SB/2/974  27 April 1731

Constables' presentments: Norbury and Roston.  Q/SB/2/975  11 January 1731/2

Constables' presentments: Cubley and Bradley.  Q/SB/2/976  11 January 1731/2

Constables' presentments: Killamarsh.  Q/SB/2/977  11 January 1731/2

Constables' presentments: Barlborough and Whitwell.  Q/SB/2/978  11 January 1731/2

Constables' presentments: Norton.  Q/SB/2/979  11 January 1731/2

Constables' presentments: Baslow.  Q/SB/2/980  11 January 1731/2

Constables' presentments: Tideswell.  Q/SB/2/981  11 January 1731/2

Constables' presentments: Hope.  Q/SB/2/982  11 January 1731/2

Constables' presentments: Eyam.  Q/SB/2/983  11 January 1731/2

Constables' presentments: Bowden Chapel.  Q/SB/2/984  11 January 1731/2

Constables' presentments: Holmesfield, Dronfield.  Q/SB/2/985  11 January 1731/2

Constables' presentments: Wingerworth, Eckington Bolsover and Clowne.  Q/SB/2/986  11 January 1731/2

Constables' presentments: Ashbourne.  Q/SB/2/987  11 January 1731/2

Petition of Francis Allkin of Alfreton for setting up a cottage on common ground called Swanick Delves, Alfreton  Q/SB/2/988  15 July 1734

Order from the court for allowing Francis Allkin to set up a cottage in Swanick Delves  Q/SB/2/989  1734

A list of those selling ale and other liquors in Trusley  Q/SB/2/990  12 Sep 1734

Petition of Henry Maulton for a cottage to be erected on Dalbury Common for himself and his family  Q/SB/2/991  1737

Petition of the churchwardens and overseers of the poor to Dame Elizabeth Sleigh of the Manor of Dalbury asking for land where Henry Maulton can erect his cottage  Q/SB/2/992  1737

Consent of Elizabeth Sleigh for the erecting of the cottage  Q/SB/2/993  1737

Information of James Allin of Alderwasley that Thomas Howbrook struck him with an earthenware drinking pot in an ale house and then struck him several times and threatened him  Q/SB/2/994  24 Aug 1737

Information of John Farmary, William Allsop and John Allin against William Smith who beat up his wife and threw her out of the house.  Q/SB/2/995-997  7 June 1738

Number not used  Q/SB/2/998  [n.d.]

Petition of John Fisher to set up a cottage on waste ground in Chaddesdon.  Q/SB/2/999  28 September 1738

Constables' presentments: Norbury and Roston  Q/SB/2/1000  3 Oct 1732

Constables' presentments: Cubley 3 Oct  Q/SB/2/1001  3 Oct 1732

Constables' presentments: Bradley 3 Oct  Q/SB/2/1002  3 Oct 1732

Constables' presentments: Hope 3 Oct  Q/SB/2/1003  3 Oct 1732

Constables' presentments: Baslow 3 Oct  Q/SB/2/1004  3 Oct 1732

Constables' presentments: Bowden Chappell 3 Oct  Q/SB/2/1005  3 Oct 1732

Constables' presentments: Tidswall 3 Oct  Q/SB/2/1006  3 Oct 1732

Constables' presentments: Eyam 3 Oct  Q/SB/2/1007  3 Oct 1732

Constables' presentments: Wormhill 3 Oct  Q/SB/2/1008  3 Oct 1732

Constables' presentments: Bolsover 3 Oct  Q/SB/2/1009  3 Oct 1732

Constables' presentments: Barlborough 3 Oct  Q/SB/2/1010  3 Oct 1732

Constables' presentments: Holmsfield 3 Oct  Q/SB/2/1011  3 Oct 1732

Constables' presentments: Eckington 3 Oct  Q/SB/2/1012  3 Oct 1732

Constables' presentments: Wingerworth 3 Oct  Q/SB/2/1013  3 Oct 1732

Constables' presentments: Dronfield 3 Oct  Q/SB/2/1014  3 Oct 1732

Constables' presentments: Norton 3 Oct  Q/SB/2/1015  3 Oct 1732

Constables' presentments: Killamarsh 3 Oct  Q/SB/2/1016  3 Oct 1732

Examination of John Slater constable of Doveridge who says that William Slater stole a sheep from Henry Foster.  Q/SB/2/1017  24 March 1737/8

Information of Henry Foster against William Slater who stole a sheep from him  Q/SB/2/1018  24 March 1737/8

Examination of Thomas Whitlock who denies knowledge of Robert Golling breaking any gates or overturning any haystack or carriage.  Q/SB/2/1019  27 October 1738

Examination of John Charlesworth who said that he hid iron in Thomas Bancroft's barn after he had found it under some rubbish.  Q/SB/2/1020  23 June 1738

Examination and confession of Richard Walker of Ashbourne that he and Samuel Aults went to Birchwood Moor and killed four geese.  Q/SB/2/1021  23 December 1740

Information of Jacob Hanley and John Heap that John Watson stole two pairs of his geese.  Q/SB/2/1022  25 April 1740

Examination of Daniel Shardley who said he sold two pairs of geese to John Watson  Q/SB/2/1023  25 April 1740

Information of John Low that Mary Jackson had stolen one of his silk handkerchiefs.  Q/SB/2/1024  15 April 1740

Examination of Diana Turner that Mr Charlesworth was the father of her bastard child.  Q/SB/2/1025  10 April 1740

Examination of Rebecca Fielding who said that Samuel Gallimore was her bastard child.  Q/SB/2/1026  22 April 1740

Examination of Elizabeth Cookson who has done nothing to gain herself a settlement since her husband's death.  Q/SB/2/1027  11 August 1740

Examination of Anne Smith who says her husband John Smith has done nothing to gain a settlement.  Q/SB/2/1028  19 September 1740

Examination of Catherine Mackdaniel who has done nothing to gain a settlement after her husband's death.  Q/SB/2/1029  19 September 1740

Examination of Sarah Cooke who has done nothing to gain herself a settlement.  Q/SB/2/1030  26 November 1740

Conveyance of Sarah Cooke, a vagabond, to a house of correction in Derby.  Q/SB/2/1031  28 November 1740

Examination of John Chapman who was found begging and who has done nothing to gain a settlement.  Q/SB/2/1032  4 December 1740

Conveyance of John Chapman and his two daughters to a house of correction.  Q/SB/2/1033  5 December 1740

Examination of James Bryars Cooper who has not found a settlement for himself.  Q/SB/2/1034  6 December 1740

Examination of Richard Bolton who said he found a gold ring in the street and sold it to Mr Clarke. Elizabeth Fletcher alleged that it was her wedding ring, stolen from her house.  Q/SB/2/1035  14 December 1741

Confession of Anne Dakin, a washerwoman to Sir Robert Burdett, that she stole soap, left-over ends of candles etc from her employer.  Q/SB/2/1036  25 February 1741/2

Information and confession of William Dakin that his wife stole goods from Sir Robert Burdett.  Q/SB/2/1037  25 Feb 1741/2

Examination of Samuel Wayman against his wife Sarah who stole from Sir Francis Burdett.  Q/SB/2/1038  25 February 1741/2

Examination of Elner Hall who is said to have stolen corn and a hen from her last employer Roger Wharton.  Q/SB/2/1039  9 January 1741/2

Examination of Henry Kent who apprehended two women going past his house at night, as he thought they had stolen something.  Q/SB/2/1040  9 January 1741/2

Examination of Jeremy Cantrell against John Basford who tried to sell him a pot of butter, the ownership of which was unknown Examination of Samuel Bowter who reported the absence of one butter pot lodged in Mr Grove's Brewhouse  Q/SB/2/1041  5 October 1742

Examination of Joseph Simpson who says he has lived in Belper where his father's settlement was and has not sought to find a settlement elsewhere.  Q/SB/2/1042  27 August 1742

Confession of John Webster that he took two bags of hay from Mrs Saywell without her knowledge.  Q/SB/2/1043  9 November 1742

Examination of Joseph Long against John Webster whom he saw steal hay from Mrs Saywell.  Q/SB/2/1044  7 Nov 1742

Information of Joseph Severn against John Smith who found a silver spoon in the Rev Rolleston's yard and took it.  Q/SB/2/1045  28 March 1743

Authority from Lord Bathurst of Battlesden, Berks. Lord of the Manor of Scarcliff, to set up ten covenant houses in the parish for the relief of the poor.  Q/SB/2/1046  1 July 1743

Warrant to the High Constable of Moreleston for Draycote constable and Thomas Rosel who without provocation beat and abused his servant Hannah Rogers.  Q/SB/2/1047  17 December 1743

Information of Godfrey Wolstenholme that his master Richard Milnes had two geese stolen and found them at Chesterfield Market being sold by Anne Sturton and Mr Wheeldon  Q/SB/2/1048  1744

Examination of Caleb Parkes who saw Abraham Cooper and John Wright talking together for a long time, then Wright and Samuel Parkes went to Unston for dinner and later on to an alehouse in Derbyshire Lane.  Q/SB/2/1049  27 January 1746/7

Examination of John Gregory who claims that Abraham Cooper, John Wright and Samuel Parkes cheated him of 18/- whilst playing cards  Q/SB/2/1050  1746

Information of Benjamin Gell who suspects that Thomas Yeoman has stolen his brown mare.  Q/SB/2/1051  11 June 1744

Warrant issued for Samuel Chesire who was the father of Lidia Mee's bastard child.  Q/SB/2/1052  3 April 1744

Information of Benjamin Barker who claims to have been assaulted by John Lewis.  Q/SB/2/1053  21 June 1744

Constable's presentment, Ashbourne:  Q/SB/2/1054  10 July 1744

Constable's presentment, Hope:  Q/SB/2/1055  8 April 1746

Confession of William Anderson of Tibshelf who, when asking for work at Mr Francis Radford, stole a kettle.  Q/SB/2/1056  26 October 1748

Examination of Francis Sharp who, having lost his eye-sight, wanders around the country begging.  Q/SB/2/1057  6 January 1749/50

Examination of Bernard Carson who, due to circumstances, has been forced to beg for alms  Q/SB/2/1058  6 January 1749

Examination of Elizabeth Johnson who is forced to beg.  Q/SB/2/1059  6 January 1749/50

Information from the Grand Jury that James Beard and John Sniley overseers of the highways for Chesterfield have not been doing their job properly  Q/SB/2/1060  3 October 1749

Certificate that John Morewood of Buxton, school-master received communion according to the rights of the Church of England.  Q/SB/2/1061  13 May 1744

Order that Elizbeth Burch be conveyed from the Parish of Repton in Derby to the Parish of Castle Donington in Leicestershire.  Q/SB/2/1062  20 January 1750/1

Letter from Mr Statham to Backe Thornhill Esq and the chairman at the Bakewell sessions to say that he cannot appear to appeal against an unfair and unjust assessment of Wirksworth due to the death of his son.  Q/SB/2/1063  5 July 1750

Information of Henry Brown that William Wilson refused to obey a writ served on him.  Q/SB/2/1064  6 Sept 1751

Examination of Rev M Bower, rector of Barlborough, who said that Thomas Israell banged on his kitchen door calling his maid "the parson's whore".  Q/SB/2/1065  13 April 1752

Examination and confession of James Wright that he went to the rectory of Barlbrough to ask for drink and that some words arose there.  Q/SB/2/1066  13 April 1752

Examination and confession of Thomas Israell that he went to the rectory at Barlbrough to ask for drink.  Q/SB/2/1067  13 April 1752

Examination and voluntary confession of Mary Wright that she had carnal knowledge with Samuel Pick and is now bearing his child.  Q/SB/2/1068  5 March 1754

Examination of John Ligo concerning his lawful settlement.  Q/SB/2/1069  13 July 1754

Examination of Elizabeth Wingfield who, on going to the alehouse to fetch her husband, was cursed and abused by William Walker the inn-keeper  Q/SB/2/1070  8 June 1754

Examination of Hannah Oldershaw who claims that Edward Ling is the father of her bastard child.  Q/SB/2/1071  19 July 1754

Examination of Anne Knifston who says that William Berisford and Richard Wingfield behaved towards her in a rude manner.  Q/SB/2/1072  11 May 1755

Examination of William Callwood who has no lawful settlement.  Q/SB/2/1073  18 August 1755

Examination of Ann Thompson who has no lawful settlement.  Q/SB/2/1074  11 December 1755

Information of Robert Johnson who says that while he was apprehending William Booth, Booth pointed a gun at him and put him in fear of his life.  Q/SB/2/1075  11 February 1756

Do George Johnson  Q/SB/2/1076  1756

Information of Robert Johnson Sn who, whilst out shooting, found hares trapped in snares and his own bitch was too.  Q/SB/2/1077  11 February 1756

Information of Henry White who claims to have seen William Booth setting snares in Bullifont Holt, Elmton.  Q/SB/2/1078  11 February 1756

Examination of Henry Dyer a rogue and vagabond who has no legal settlement  Q/SB/2/1079  20 March 1756

Order for the conveyance of Henry Dyer from Ashbourne to Bishopshow, Wilts, the last place of legal settlement.  Q/SB/2/1080  20 March 1756

Information of Robert Corker who was provoked and attacked by Henry Riley and his son Henry Riley at the Red Lion in Wirksworth for no reason.  Q/SB/2/1081  3 May 1756

Order for the conveyance of John Lane, Mary Lane, his daughter-in-law, and their son to Walsall, the place of their last legal settlement  Q/SB/2/1082  5 July 1756

Information of Joseph Gregory, and Jasper Swindells who said that Isabel Birchiral rattled the gates of Mr Lillyman's house with the intent of opening them and asked for money or she would not go away.  Q/SB/2/1083  18 August 1756

Information of Isaac Reeds about the lead William Robotham tried to sell him  Q/SB/2/1084  9 April 1756

Examination and confession of Michael Scales that he took three horseloads of coal from Godfrey Clarke without permission.  Q/SB/2/1085  29 March 1756

Examination of Henry Travis who saw William Smith force his way into a house.  Q/SB/2/1086  26 July 1756

Examination of George Brett who said he saw Michael Scales stealing a sackful of coals from Duckmanton.  Q/SB/2/1087  29 May 1756

Examination of William Hays who claims William Smith and John Marples broke into his house at Stoney Nabb and threw some household articles onto the common.  Q/SB/2/1088  26 July 1756

Examination of James Booker who claims to have had about one stone of hay stolen from his house at Renishaw which he traced to William Hunt's field  Q/SB/2/1089  28 March 1757

Information of John Fallows who claims that Edward Duncliffe hid and later stole barley from the malting house at Kings Newton. The same of Henry Barber  Q/SB/2/1090  10 February 1757

Examination of Ralph Pedley Snr who seeks protection from Roger Tunicliffe his son in law, who struck and injured Ralph Pedley jnr.  Q/SB/2/1091  23 November 1757

Examination of Mary Watson, a vagabond who says her legal settlement is at Barlbrough.  Q/SB/2/1092  30 May 1757

Examination of Elizabeth Salt who claims that her lawful settlement is at Dudley, Worcs.  Q/SB/2/1093  25 July 1757

Examination of Mary Kinsey who claims that Sampson Stubbs is the father of her future child.  Q/SB/2/1094  21 February 1758

Rates for conveying vagrants  Q/SB/2/1095  1758

Examination of Elizabeth Ellis who claims she saw Anne Ballersby and Sarah Watts pulling corn from the tithe stack  Q/SB/2/1096  1759

Constable's presentment: Alvaston and Boulton  Q/SB/2/1097  11 January 1757

Presentment for Morleston.  Q/SB/2/1098  9 January 1759

Examination of Thomas Salloll a vagrant who has no legal settlement. Order for the conveyance of Thomas Salloll to Wetherill in Cumberland  Q/SB/2/1099  9 January 1759

Examination of Diana Long a rogue and vagabond with no legal settlement.  Q/SB/2/1100  13 April 1759

Examination of John Jackson who has no legal settlement.  Q/SB/2/1101  11 July 1759

Examination of Sarah Cooper whose child is the bastard child of Richard Jackson.  Q/SB/2/1102  18 August ?1759

Declaration from William Fitzherbert to allow the overseers of the poor at Tissington to build and enjoy a poorhouse at Barfield Gate, Tissington.  Q/SB/2/1103  7 October 1759

Voluntary examination of Elizabeth Pegg who claims that James Barlow is the father of her future child.  Q/SB/2/1104  20 May 1760

Examination of Matthew Renshaw who has had some iron wedges stolen.  Q/SB/2/1105  13 March 1761

Examination and confession of Mary Hatfield that she stole iron wedges from Matthew Renshaw at Stone Quarril, Stretton.  Q/SB/2/1106  13 April 1761

Examination of Samuel Crowder who has done nothing to gain a legal settlement.  Q/SB/2/1107  2 February 1761

Examination of Alice Thomas a vagrant who says her legal settlement is at Nantwich.  Q/SB/2/1108  26 February 1761

Examination of Ann Mossley who says she had carnal knowledge of Joseph Lakin and is now expecting his child.  Q/SB/2/1109  20 November 1761

Information and examination of George Poyer whose barn was broken into one night when it was snowing so he traced the thief's tracks and found that they led to Joseph Warner's house.  Q/SB/2/1110  16 November 1761

Voluntary examination of Kitty Bramwell who is pregnant with the bastard child of George Thompson.  Q/SB/2/1111  15 July 1762

Names of the Grand Jury for the Quarter Sessions at Chesterfield.  Q/SB/2/1112  6 October 1762

Examination of Brooksbank Worrill for robbing a garden.  Q/SB/2/1113  3 December 1763

Examination of Martha Drake who says she went into the house of Charles Buxton with Winifred Birkin and took a cap from a chest of drawers in the parlour.  Q/SB/2/1114  2 September 1765

Examination of Winifred Birkin who stole three caps from Charles Buxton and gave them to her father-in-law Richard Milward.  Q/SB/2/1115  2 September 1765

Consent of William Cant, Lord of the Manor of Hartshorne, for a cottage to be set up for Abraham Harvey.  Q/SB/2/1116  17 May 1765

Examination of Thomas Strutt, constable of Shirland who said that John Alexander came to his house pretending to be a soldier and asked for billet and victuals.  Q/SB/2/1117  5 July 1765

Examination of John Alexander who wrote a soldier's billet demanding lodgings as he was short of money  Q/SB/2/1118  5 July 1765

Examination of John Cole who says a beggar woman, Mary Griffith stole clothes from his wife which were found and identified at Ashby-de-la-Zouch.  Q/SB/2/1119  20 March 1766

Examination of Mary Griffith who has gained no legal place of settlement since she left Northampton.  Q/SB/2/1120  20 March 1766

Examination of Thomas Bland who gave sixpence to a man who presented him with a petition on behalf of Wm Wilson.  Q/SB/2/1121  3 July 1766

Information of Bartholomew Massey who believes that Thomas Bates has been stealing hay from John Massey, his father.  Q/SB/2/1122  14 March 1766

Examination of Hugh Barber a rogue and vagabond who says that he was an illegitimate child and comes from Pinxton. Order for Hugh Barber to be conveyed to Pinxton  Q/SB/2/1123  7 February 1766

Examination of Mary Birkin a rogue and vagabond who has no legal settlement. Order for Mary Birkin to be settled in Horsley.  Q/SB/2/1124  27 February 1766

Examination of William Bentham alias William Wilson, a rogue and vagabond who had a request or petition with the names of respectable gentlement on it who gave him money  Q/SB/2/1125  3 July 1766

Examination of Jacob Hughs, who was apprehended in Matlock for wandering and begging. Order for Jacob Hughs to be conveyed to his legal settlement in Ireland.  Q/SB/2/1126  15 October 1766

Information of Thomas Smithurst who says John Wetton stole a pound of cheese from his master Edward Hay.  Q/SB/2/1127  25 April 1767

Information of John Edmunds that George Bartholemew Bartlam has committed bigamy.  Q/SB/2/1128  25 March 1767

Examination of George Bartholomew Bartlam who confesses to bigamy.  Q/SB/2/1129  25 March 1767

Constable's presentment: Scarsdale  Q/SB/2/1130  14 July 1767

Examination of Lidia Roberts a rogue and vagabond whose legal settlement is at Leeds.  Q/SB/2/1131  8 September 1767

Order for Lidia Roberts to be conveyed to St George, Middx  Q/SB/2/1132  1767

Examination of John Gladwin who said he broke into a shop and stole a pair of mans shoes  Q/SB/2/1133  9 August 1768

Examination of George Swetnam for stealing wheat from Edward Bate's barn.  Q/SB/2/1134  10 June 1768

Information of Joseph Greaves that someone had stolen a pair of shoes from his shop.  Q/SB/2/1135  9 August 1768

Information of Thomas Alsop whose house was attacked by a group of men.  Q/SB/2/1136  1 March 1768

Charge on Francis Woodhouse for being the father of Ann Moseley's bastard child.  Q/SB/2/1137  6 April 1768

Examination of Mary Pointon for stealing clothes and money from Mary Ellot  Q/SB/2/1138  23 November 1769

Examination of Elizabeth Wain who was knocked down and threatened by Elias Lowe, therefore she is afraid to go about her business.  Q/SB/2/1139  10 August 1761

Bills for advertisements in the Cazette for the raising of militia under the act of 1762  Q/SB/2/1140  1762

Information of John Barber Esq who noticed that some articles had been sold from his stable.  Q/SB/2/1141  22 June 1770

Examination of Joseph Smallwood who saw John Sowter remove silverware from a hogshead and hide it where the watermen lie.  Q/SB/2/1142  2 January 1770

Information and complaint of Mary Ashe who says two of her husband's geese were stolen and killed. She suspects Richard Birkin jar. Deposition of Thomas Sheffield who says he saw man stealing the above geese.  Q/SB/2/1143  3 November 1770

Examination of William Turton to ascertain his place of settlement.  Q/SB/2/1144  9 June 1770

Information of John Breamer who says that John Johnson forced open his door, abused him and threatened him so that now he fears to go about his business.  Q/SB/2/1145  24 March 1770

Petition of the overseers of the poor at Snelston to the Lord of the Manor, William Bower for houses to be built for the poor.  Q/SB/2/1146  24 April 1770

Consent of John Tempest Borrow lord of the manor of Alvaston for Thomas Buxton to set up a house on the common ground.  Q/SB/2/1147  14 January 1771

Examination of John Pritchet for taking and killing two geese, the property of Daniel Ashe  Q/SB/2/1148  [n.d.]

Information of Samuel Thorpe that he and John Smalley stole ducks from Codnor Common.  Q/SB/2/1149  26 December 1771

Information of William Armitage who claims that Thomas Newton stole wheat from his master's barn.  Q/SB/2/1150  15 May 1771

Examination of Thomas Newton for stealing corn  Q/SB/2/1151  15 May 1771

Voluntary examination of Ann Tackner who claims she is pregnant with James Cotes' child.  Q/SB/2/1152  6 February 1771

Examination of Ann Faulkner who claims that John Bottom is the father of her bastard daughter.  Q/SB/2/1153  8 July 1771

Examination of James Smith to ascertain his place of settlement. Order to convey James Smith to Whitby, North Yorks.  Q/SB/2/1154  17 July 1772

Information of John Tetley and John Mousley who found Frances Roberts and Sarah Wilkinson carrying away coals.  Q/SB/2/1155  19 March 1773

Information of John Holmes who saw John and James Bloor carry pots and much hay on a horse.  Q/SB/2/1156  20 March 1772

Information of Job Shickbroom who claims that some of his hay had been stolen  Q/SB/2/1157  20 March 1772

Examination and confession of John Bloor who stole hay from Job Shickbroom.  Q/SB/2/1158  20 March 1772

Examination of James Bloor Jn who admits stealing hay from Job Shickbroom.  Q/SB/2/1159  20 March 1772

Information of Samuel Cocks who had articles stolen from his house which later were found for sale in George Barker's shop.  Q/SB/2/1160  2 December 1772

Voluntary examination of Sarah Siddell who claims to be pregnant by Robert Adlington  Q/SB/2/1161  30 October 1772

Voluntary examination of Lydia Hawley who claims she is pregnant by James Batisford.  Q/SB/2/1162  2 November 1772

Information and complaint of Sarah Siddon who says that Robert and Jonathan Adlington threatened to take her life if she did not father them a child, which she did. Since then they have threatened her again.  Q/SB/2/1163  4 November 1772

Voluntary examination of Mary Starky who claims she is pregnant with James Wright's child  Q/SB/2/1164  11 December 1772

Examination of William Orme who in a public house heard Silas Dicken and Richard Hill say that they had robbed Alexander Barker.  Q/SB/2/1165  11 January 1772

Examination of William Smith to ascertain his place of legal settlement.  Q/SB/2/1166  27 December 1773

Rates and allowances for conveying and maintaining rogues, vagabonds and incorrigible rogues.  Q/SB/2/1167  12 April 1774

Information of Tristram Revell who says hens, turkeys and a drake were stolen from him.  Q/SB/2/1168  16 March 1774

Information of William Jones who heard from his son that William Ballantin had been to the mill to have some corn ground which he suspected had been stolen.  Q/SB/2/1169  8 June 1775

Information of William Wilkins who says he saw William Ramshill stealing coal.  Q/SB/2/1170  28 August 1775

Information of Joseph Ludford and Joseph Miller who saw Catherine Hog stealing money from the drawer in Ludford's shop.  Q/SB/2/1171  27 June 1775

Examination of Catherine Hogg charged with stealing money.  Q/SB/2/1172  30 June 1775

Examination of William Debank to ascertain his place of legal settlement Order to convey William Debank to Stainsby  Q/SB/2/1173  20 July 1778

Examination of Ellen Bull who, though now married to Henry Bull, when she was Ellen Yorke did bear the bastard child of William Wragg.  Q/SB/2/1174  15 September 1778

Examination of Rebecca Martin to ascertain her place of legal settlement.  Q/SB/2/1175  20 December 1779

Information of John Ward against John Marples of Dronfield, victualler for not keeping good order in his public house.  Q/SB/2/1176  2 April 1778

Examination of Elizabeth Wilmot to ascertain her place of legal settlement.  Q/SB/2/1177  7 March 1780

Constable's presentment, Scarsdale.  Q/SB/2/1178  4 April 1780

Order for Penelope Bowers to present herself for examination after the birth of her bastard child  Q/SB/2/1179  1782

Examination and confession of William Bickerton that he stole wheat from Samuel Emery's barn.  Q/SB/2/1180  11 November 1782

Voluntary information of James Heath who saw William Davidson steal four geese from Bartholemew Webster's yard at dead of night.  Q/SB/2/1181  18 November 1782

Information of William Wragg who claims that wheat has been stolen from him.  Q/SB/2/1182  1 February 1783

Examination of Mary Coop who said she saw some of William Hardwick's oats lying near a garden belonging to Richard Goodwin.  Q/SB/2/1183  7 February 1783

Examination of Richard Goodwin for stealing corn from William Thorp.  Q/SB/2/1184  7 February 1783

Examination of John Taylor to ascertain his place of settlement.  Q/SB/2/1185  24 September 1783

Examination of Thomas Benney for stealing clothing.  Q/SB/2/1186  22 March 1784

Information and complaint of Hannah Stringer that linen sheets have been stolen from her garden.  Q/SB/2/1187  22 March 1784

Examination and complaint of Elizabeth Mole that washing has been stolen from her line  Q/SB/2/1188  22 March 1784

Voluntary examination of Samuel Sales to ascertain his place of settlement.  Q/SB/2/1189  16 July 1785

Voluntary confession of Henry Goodwin who admits stealing some tanned hides.  Q/SB/2/1190  13 December 1785

Voluntary confession of John Hudson that he stole some tanned hides.  Q/SB/2/1191  13 December 1785

Complaint of Samuel Bagshaw about his apprentice Amelia Swift who has committed various misdemeanors aginst him.  Q/SB/2/1192  18 May 1785

Examination of John Baker to ascertain his place of legal settlement.  Q/SB/2/1193  11 December 1786

Examination of Robert Stone to ascertain his place of settlement.  Q/SB/2/1194  16 January 1786

Examination of William Streton to ascertain his place of settlement.  Q/SB/2/1195  8 July 1787

Examination of Isabella Harper who will return to Perth, Scotland, now that her husband has died.  Q/SB/2/1196  8 November 1788

Information of William Coats who saw men damaging a hayrick.  Q/SB/2/1197  22 February 1788

Order for James and John Bradley to appear before Martin Hewitt, mayor of the justices at Chesterfield to pay their fines.  Q/SB/2/1198  18 January 1788

Examination of John Bradshaw who found the lock on John Letherland's money chest picked and five guineas stolen, his apprentice confessed that Thomas Stanyard did it. Richard Wright's (the apprentice) confession that Thomas Stanyard stole the money  Q/SB/2/1199  23 September 1788

Information and complaint of John Letherland that he had had money stolen from his chest  Q/SB/2/1200  23 September 1789

Examination of Jonas Anson to ascertain his place of settlement.  Q/SB/2/1201  18 October 1790

Examination of Ralph Best and his wife Ann to ascertain their place of settlement.  Q/SB/2/1202  20 December 1790

Examination of Ruth Jones to ascertain her place at settlement.  Q/SB/2/1203  24 December 1790

Examination of Christopher Thompson to ascertain his place of settlement. Order for his conveyance  Q/SB/2/1204  14 December 1790

Examination of James Roe and Sarah his wife to ascertain his place of legal settlement.  Q/SB/2/1205  10 April 1792

Information of John Gregory who has had corn stolen from him.  Q/SB/2/1206  12 November 1791

Information and complaints of Titus Berry who saw Thomas Kyte steal corn from his stable.  Q/SB/2/1207  30 November 1793

Examination of William Thompson to ascertain his place of settlement.  Q/SB/2/1208  11 October 1793

Petition of Christopher Fisher, minister of Hayfield to the juctices of the peace; has been confirmed in his position at Hayfield by the Committee of Plundered Ministers, and an augmentation of £50 and £10 from the Merchant Taylors' Hall in London confirmed; but, being a gospel minister, now faces persecution and maliciousness from a group of neighbours whom he desires bound over to keep the peace  Q/SB/2/1209  c1650/60

Order by justices that the rival claimants for the rectory of Walton-on-Trent, Ezekiel Coachman of Grays Thurrock (co Essex) and Thomas Barecroft, present incumbent, be left to their legal trial, with neither taking advantage of the Act for Confirming and Restoring of Ministers. (old number Box XVI)  Q/SB/2/1210  20 Dec 1660

Prosecution under the Conventicles Act of Thomas Fletcher et al accused of unlawful assembly in a barn or outhouse in Wirksworth. Jul Appeal of Thomas Fletcher of Wirksworth 20 Aug; Appeal of James Adams of Ashleyhay; German Buxton of Wirksworth; Appeal of Richard Buxton jun of Wirksworth; Appeal of Robert Hayward of Carsington; Appeal of John Buxton of Wirksworth; Appeal of John Hill of Wirksworth; Appeal of John Helleby of Wirksworth; (old number XVI 2)  Q/SB/2/1211  1673

Presentment of grand jury of certain recusants refusing to attend their parish churches (old number box XVI 3)  Q/SB/2/1212  1682

Information of William Smith of Ilkestone, husbandman, Allice, wife of William Day of Ilkeston, Elizabeth, wife of George Gothard, Ilkeston, and of Ann, wife of Thomas Arnold (?); and Alice, wife of William Cupin, against Ann Wragg of Ilkeston, for witchcraft.  Q/SB/2/1213  Jul 1650

Bibliography: reprinted in Three Centuries of Derbyshire Annals by Cox Vol II p89


Articles of misdemeanour against Elizbeth Hole of Wingerworth, spinster accused of scandalous behaviour, and bringing unfounded charges of witchcraft against Henry Hunloke and others.  Q/SB/2/1214  10 Sep 1680

Bibliography: reprinted in Three Centuries of Derbyshire Annals by Cox Vol II p90


Articles of misdemeanour against Elizabeth Turner, alias Hole, the information of William Walker of Wingerworth.  Q/SB/2/1215  5 Oct 1680

Information of Thomas Hudson, yeoman, and of Richard White, Gregory Sadler and John Topcliffe, husbandman, of Shottle accusing Alse Johnson, widow, and Mary Whitworth of Shottle of stealing a sheep  Q/SB/2/1216  7 Jan 1638/9

Petition of Robert Tunnecliff, accusing William Wheeldon of Chesterfield, common informer of breach of promise by exhibiting an information against the plaintiffs unlawful buying of sheep.  Q/SB/2/1217  14 Mar 1638/9

Information of John Duffield of Turnditch, husbandman, against Richard Awkins of Idridgehay of sheepstealing: admitted by Awkins, a weaver.  Q/SB/2/1218  27 Jan 1647/8

Information of Robert Dawman of Smithsby, husbandman against John Gilbert of Newton Solney, concerning theft of 6 sheep found in Gilbert's ground: denied.  Q/SB/2/1219  27 Mar 1648

Information of Thomas Oldham of Tibshelf, yeoman against Richard Royall of Tibshelf, milner, concerning theft of a sheep: admitted.  Q/SB/2/1220  9 Oct 1648

Information of Henry Snipson of Clifton Cambell, Staffs, husbandman, against Richard Pratt of Great Appleby, Derbys and the Hundborough of Appleby, Thomas Swaine, for sheep stealing and negligence respectively. Both deny the accusations.  Q/SB/2/1221  16 Dec 1648

Information of Francis Morley of Brailsford, husbandman, against Thomas Wendlebury, servant of Henry Barrowclough, for theft of a sheep: denied.  Q/SB/2/1222  9 Dec 1648

Information of John Parker, husbandman of Cornbridgebrook, Staffs and sheperd of Thomas Middleton's and Anthony Atkins sheep at Sedsall, against John Sutton and Richard Wilks of Uttoxeter: denied.  Q/SB/2/1223  8 Jan 1648/9

Information of William Stenson against John Cantrell for theft of a sheep: admitted.  Q/SB/2/1224  18 Feb 1648/9

Examination of John Mellor, Webster and William Hall of Belper suspected of being felons.  Q/SB/2/1225  24 Jan 1650/1

Order from Quarter Sessions for the thirdborough of Heage to bring Ellin and Mary Stoppard of Heage to answer the information laid by John Sims  Q/SB/2/1226  7 Apr 1650

Examination of William Billingley, late of Wirksworth, husbandman, accused of stealing sheep from an unknown drover, near Horsley.  Q/SB/2/1227  21 May 1650

Examination of Edward Gillatt, late of Derby, miller, accused of sheepstealing, together with John Cantrell: denied. Together with information of Christopher Dawson of Bretby, complainant, James Cartwright and John Orton (?) Kings Newton thirdborough.  Q/SB/2/1228  30 May 1650

Information of John Cooper, shepherd of Mr Beresford's sheep and husbandman at Swanwick, against Thomas Mollat of Swanwick, labourer.  Q/SB/2/1229  3 Jun 1650

Examination of Francis Kitchen of Norton, husbandman, accused of bribery (?) of Hohn Harrison with corn.  Q/SB/2/1230  12 Nov 1650

Examination of Richard Cumyn, confessing to stealing a sheep of Humphrey Pegge at Osmaston.  Q/SB/2/1231  3 Dec 1650

Examinations of Lawrence France and Robert Goostree of Killamarsh, denying theft of widow Hitch of Hagh's sheep, [?The Hague in Staveley]  Q/SB/2/1232, 1233  25 Dec 1650

Information of Edward Crossley of Mickleover, husbandman, against Robert Campion of Littleover, butcher, for stealing sheep.  Q/SB/2/1234  13 Jan 1650/1

Examination of Anne Beardsley of Belper, widow accused of stealing the sheep of Richard Bings of Belper, nailer.  Q/SB/2/1235  22 Mar 1650/1

Examination of Robert Summers, late of Duffield, butcher, denying theft of a sheep of Edward Allen, of Alderwaslee, yeoman.  Q/SB/2/1236  28 May 1651

Information of Thomas Owen of Repton, labourer, against Charles Foster of Hartshorne, labourer, for theft of sheep from Joseph Hencocke:  Q/SB/2/1237  26 Mar 1652

Information of Edw. Morley of Tibshelf, collier, and William Platts of Pilsley against Thomas Cutt of Tibshelf, collier, for theft of Platt's sheep.  Q/SB/2/1238  14 Nov 1653

Information of Thomas Bramley of Wessington, husbandman, against Leo Smith of Brackenfield, for theft of five sheep.  Q/SB/2/1239  29 Sep 1656

Examination of John [?] of Pilsley, husbandman concerning theft of a sheep from James Parsons of Padley-Woods, yeoman.  Q/SB/2/1240  5 Sep 1656

Examination of Thomas Harrison of Etwall, confessing to theft of a sheep.  Q/SB/2/1241  2 Oct 1657

Information of Anthony Copestake (?) against John Somers of [?] labourer, for theft of a sheep from William Meynell of Bradley.  Q/SB/2/1242  12 Jun 1658

Information of William Percivall of Haywood, Bakewell parish, blacksmith and servant of William Glossop of Haywood, against Henry Brushfield of Nether Padley for theft of a turkey cock and examination of Henry Brushfield.  Q/SB/2/1243/1244  15 Oct 1660

Information of Jarvis Prince of Osmaston, yeoman, concerning theft of sheep by Jane Matthews and Ellin Tongue.  Q/SB/2/1245  5 Dec 1660

Informations of Francis Knight of Linton, and of Thomas Peace and Joseph Marriott of Church Gresley against Ellin White for theft of sheep from Mary Turvill; and Ellin White's denial.  Q/SB/2/1246-1249  13 Jun 1661

Information of Francis Hickinbotham of [?], Staffs gent, against George Wheeldon of Crowdicote for theft of sheep; together with further information by Rober Fanance and Robert Stearndale.  Q/SB/2/1250  24 Jun 1661

Information of John Tomlinson of Langley, and John Fouldgham of Denbeigh against Edward Russell of Loscoe, for theft of a sheep: denied  Q/SB/2/1251  4 Jul 1661

Information of Thomas Wilshaw of Morwood, North Wingfield, husbandman against Mary Yates and William Cantwell of Ashover, for sheep stealing: denied.  Q/SB/2/1252  14 May 1665

Examination of Mary Yates of Milnetown, Ashover, concerning mutton in William Cantrell's house.  Q/SB/2/1253  14 May 1665

Information [?] Keywood of Weeklands, Norton, baker and thirdborough; also of John Harrison of Hasleborough Norton, servant, against James and Thomas Greene of Jordanthorpe, who deny stealing five geese.  Q/SB/2/1254  23 Oct 1669

Information of Robert Ashton of Norton, gent, against James Hodshon of Apperknowle, Norton, who confesses to stealing a hive of bees.  Q/SB/2/1255  22 Nov 1669

Examination of Mary Sims, denying theft of a sheep.  Q/SB/2/1256  13 Dec 1669

Examination of George Fouldgham of Kirk Hallam, husbandman, and of John Fouldgham of Dale Abbey, denying theft of timber.  Q/SB/2/1257  22 Jan 1671/2

Information of John Bateman of Chelmorton, gent, against James Mycock, for theft of sheep.  Q/SB/2/1258  25 Dec 1674

Petition of Jeremiah Browne of Hurdoe (?), against George Arthur of Hansworth Woodhouse, a horsedealer for theft of a horse which Browne and his brother are in Derby gaol for: also against the constable of Bakewell for taking their money from them on the way to Derby.  Q/SB/2/1259  17 Apr 1683

Information of Mary Goostree of Staveley against Ann and Thomas Shore for housebreaking: denied.  Q/SB/2/1260  16 Aug 1687

Information of John Worthy of Bonsall, yeoman, against Joseph Johnson of Matlock, shoemaker, for theft of two sheep.  Q/SB/2/1261  15 Jun 1693

Information of Peter Glassop of Creswell, miller and Nicholas Glassop of Barlborough, husbandman, against Simon and Sarah Ford, for theft of grain. 2 Dec; Together with information of William Parker of Chesterfield, baker, against John Hamley of Hasland, collier.  Q/SB/2/1262  3 Nov 1693

Confession by John Mattkin, labourer of Kniveton to stealing a sheep from Thomas Frost of Kniveton  Q/SB/2/1263  1693

Information of John Hill of Duffield against William Morton of Duffield, for theft of a lamb.  Q/SB/2/1264  7 Dec 1693

Examination of Robert and Elizth Tompson of Alport for sheep stealing on information of John Marshall of Greenfields and John Coates of Youlgreave.  Q/SB/2/1265  13 Dec 1693

Information of Francis Meanell of Sturson, gent, against Edw Mather, of Hulland, husbandman, for theft of mutton.  Q/SB/2/1266  25 Dec 1693

Information of Roger Champion of Darley against Francis and Adam Green for stealing mutton and their examinations.  Q/SB/2/1267-1269  27, 28 Dec 1693

Information of Haslings Garner of Calke, and William Whitworth of Coleorton, Leics, yeoman, against William Gilbert for sheep stealing.  Q/SB/2/1270  18 Feb 1694

Examination of Roger Bartholomew of Mapperley for sheep stealing.  Q/SB/2/1271  20 Apr 1694

Information of Joshua Harrison of Horsley against William Morris of Baryate, Belper, concerning theft of ironwork from his stable.  Q/SB/2/1272  5 May 1694

Information of Rebeckah Toplis of Wirksworth, widow, and of Mary Jackson and Sarah Mathews of Wirksworth, against John Palmer for theft of mutton and information of John Hodgkinson of Brassington against Robert Wilshaw for theft of wool, together with Robert Wilson denial of this, and statement that wool in his house was brought by John Palmer.  Q/SB/2/1273  19 May 1694

Information of Anne Palmer, butcher's wife, and of Mary Jackson and John Jackson, miner, Wirksworth, and William Shaw of Biggin, against Gervas Ward of Pike Hall.  Q/SB/2/1274  21 May 1694

Information of Thomas Key of Killamarsh, weaver, and John Atkin, blacksmith, against Godfrey & Anne Guddison, lead carrier, for sheep stealing.  Q/SB/2/1275  9 Jun 1694

Information of Henry Ward of Matlock, miner, against William Ward of Gotham, Parwich, husbandman, concerning theft of sheep.  Q/SB/2/1276  31 Dec 1694

Examination of William and Ellin Higginbotham of [?] against Hugh and Sarah Mather, shoemaker & cordwinder: theft of grocery.  Q/SB/2/1277  12 Nov 1695

Information of John Froggatt, and John Rodgers from Crothroad (?), Hartington, against Thomas Redfern of Crothroad, for theft of sheep.  Q/SB/2/1278  6 Dec 1695

Information of James Hampe of Walton upon Trent, against Henry Lunne of Oakeley, tailor, confessing to killing three sheep.  Q/SB/2/1279  7 Dec 1698

Confession of Nicholas Harris of Woodall, butcher, to theft of a sheep from George Wilkes, woodcutter.  Q/SB/2/1280  8 Jun 1731

Examination of George Wilks, Harthill, York, yeoman and of Rebbecca Neat, Barlborough concerning theft of sheep.  Q/SB/2/1281-1282  13 Aug 1731

Information of William Ball of Longnor, Staffs, yeoman John Williams of Alvaston, against Thomas and William Frost of Newtown Linford Leics for sheep stolen and sold at Derby.  Q/SB/2/1283-1286  10 May 1737

Information of Thomas Goodall, Cubley, concerning loss of a sheep. 27 Jan. Information of Thomas Stedman, Yeaveley, butcher and constable, and of John Baker of Longford, who found the sheep while searching for stolen flour at the house of Thomas Lesson, Yeavely.  Q/SB/2/1287-1289  30 Jan 1740/1

Number not used  Q/SB/2/1290  [n.d.]

Examination of Thomas Cley and Robert Wright of Bolton, Percy, Yorks, labourers, confessing to theft of linen from a hedge in Milnthorpe  Q/SB/2/1291  1 Jan 1633/4

Examination of Adam Flint of Wirksworth, labourer, concerning his breaking in to the coe of Sir Robert Heath and Cornelius Vermuyden at Dane Wall, Cromford.  Q/SB/2/1292  4 Apr 1634

Information of William Jackson of Alfreton, husbandman, and John Godbeane, of Riddings against George Clarke of Alfreton for theft of a goose.  Q/SB/2/1293  26 Nov 1638

Examination of Thomas Brandwood of Chesterfield, husbandman concerning taking of cloth from William Newton's 'shopp' in Chesterfield  Q/SB/2/1294  7 May 1639

Information of Edmund Ward of Matlock, miner, and of Edward Hanstock of Matlock, husbandman, against John Pidcock of Matlock, miner, for theft of lead ore, property of William Ashton, together with examination of John, George and William Pidcock.  Q/SB/2/1295-1297  15 Oct 1660

Information of Henry Burton, Hognaston, yeoman, against George Kirkland of Bradley moors for theft of linen from gardens.  Q/SB/2/1298  7 Nov 1660

Information of John Raines of Plaistow, Crich yeoman, against James Souter; with information of George Donald (?) and John Beardane of Crich.  Q/SB/2/1299  25 Aug 1680

Petition of Edw Coxon of Snelston, denying house breaking and theft  Q/SB/2/1300  nd late 17th c

Information of Francis Beeston of Over Locko, against Thomas Dawson of Chaddesdon for theft of turkeys  Q/SB/2/1301  1 Jan 1693/4

Information of Samuel Linnet of [?] against Thomas Dawson for theft of cloth.  Q/SB/2/1302  1 Jan 1693/4

Petition from Thomas Sharman, master of house of correction at Derby, seeking a wage increase to re-establish differentials with Chesterfield House, recently eroded  Q/SB/2/1303  [17th c]

Robert Wilmot to the bench of justices, recommending Mrs Taylor to the office of keeper of the house of correction at Derby, left vacant by the death of her father, Mr Walker.  Q/SB/2/1304  11 Jul 1695

Petition of George Fletcher, late of Derby apothecary, for office of keeper, on the post being vacant by the death of Mr Walker  Q/SB/2/1305  1695

Petition of Thomas Armetidge of Chesterfield, seeking poor relief  Q/SB/2/1306  [early 18th c]

Examinations of William Aynesworth and Martha Fowlow, and of Humphrey Merrill, constable of Eyam, against William Marsden and another for attempted burglary of the house of John Wright of Eyam.  Q/SB/2/1307-1308  20 & 23 Mar 1729/30

Information of William Hollis of Foston against Robert Miles for theft of a cheese; together with Miles' confession.  Q/SB/2/1309-1310  30 Dec 1742

Information of Rebecca Swindel of Great Longstone and of Thomas Froggatt of Bakewell, against George Hall of Winster for theft of books  Q/SB/2/1311-1312  8 May 1756

Examination of Jonathan Moor of Langley Mill, miller, against John Buxton of Greasley, Notts, charging theft of horse and cart trappings.  Q/SB/2/1313  8 Sep 1766

Information of George Doncaster of Willington, clerk, against Joseph Smallwood and John Tugby, late of Dunnington Heath, Leics, concerning theft of pottery from Willington Wharf and their examinations.  Q/SB/2/1314 1316  3 Jan 1770

Examination of Richard Birkin of Tutbury, Staffs, concerning four geese killed near the river Dove.  Q/SB/2/1317  28 Jan 1771/2

Examination of Frances Roberts of Repton accused of stealing pitcoals from John Mousley, victualler.  Q/SB/2/1318  20 Mar 1772/3

Information of John Oldknow of Smalley against Samuel Holdsworth of Smalley, for theft of coals  Q/SB/2/1319  10 Jan 1774/5

Examination of William Ramsill of Hartshorne, accused of stealing coals by William Wilkins of Hartshorn, collier.  Q/SB/2/1320  29 Aug 1775

Confession by George Thorpe of Mapperley, collier to the theft of hens from John Pickering of Spondon, farmer, jointly with John and Henry Hallam of Mapperley, and Joesph Hallam of West Hallam.  Q/SB/2/1321  11 Feb 1778

Information of Samuel Whitworth against Thomas and John Boothe, carpenters for theft of timber from Oakthorpe colliery and Boothe's examination.  Q/SB/2/1322-1323  14 and 17 Dec 1778

Confession of George Turner, late of Borrowash, to the accusation of stealing grain, made by George Newton  Q/SB/2/1324  3 Dec 1782

Examination of James Taylor, late of Sheffield, labourer, confessing to the theft of iron from Edw Jenkin of Eckington.  Q/SB/2/1325  10 Jan 1783

Information of Edward Storer, husbandman of South Wingfield, against Joseph Harding of Ketley, Salop, collier, for theft.  Q/SB/2/1326  16 Aug1789

Confession of William Dexter jun to stealing ducks of Ticknall.  Q/SB/2/1327  5 Dec 1789

Confession of John Green of Chesterfield, labourer, confessing to burgling the house of James Sims of Brampton, with John Bean, labourer.  Q/SB/2/1328  5 Feb 1794

Confession of Thomas Horner of Chesterfield to stealing a mug from Mrs Stevenson at the Star Public House  Q/SB/2/1329  24 Jul 1795

Information of John Hall, Thomas Frost, and James Marchington, the former two of Castleton, miners, the latter of Sittinglow, against Ellis Dakin, late of Castleton, weaver, for theft of clothes from a coe.  Q/SB/2/1330 1332  19 Aug 1801

Information of Joseph Heafield of Ockbrook, bricklayer, against William Godber of Draycot, framework knitter, William Daft, joiner and John Tompson, framework knitter, for theft of timber.  Q/SB/2/1333  13 Sep 1809

Information of John Tatam, servant of George Shutt of Belper, against Sarah White, late of Turnditch for theft of a tablecloth.  Q/SB/2/1334  17 Aug 1810

Information of Job Rogers of Heage, nailer, against Mary Harrison of Heage, for theft of a watch: with the information of George Stocks of Ilkeston, collier.  Q/SB/2/1335  18 Jun 1811

Information of Richard Rice of Kilburn, farmer, against Samuel Allen of Belper, nailer and William Wintle, nailer, theft of a goose.  Q/SB/2/1336  22 Aug 1811

Information of John Cowlishaw of Findern against Samuel Hardy, theft of a watch  Q/SB/2/1337  2 Jul 1814

Petition of Rebecca Toplis of Wirksworth, widow, for poor relief  Q/SB/2/1338  nd

Petition of Raphe Bullock for thirdboroughship of [?] Offerton to go to Francis Stevenson  Q/SB/2/1339  [1650s]

Petition of Thomas Sutton of Hartington, miner for poor relief  Q/SB/2/1340  ?1656

Petition of William Morrison of Dronfield for accommodation. Petition of Richard Blackwell, settled at Markeaton from Wirksworth for relief  Q/SB/2/1341-1342  [c1680s]

Petition of Thomas Blount, Wirksworth, in Derby gaol for begetting a bastard child, which he denies  Q/SB/2/1343  17th c

Petition of William Browne for accommodation, at Pinxton  Q/SB/2/1344  17th c

Petition of Anne Adams of Mickloever, widow, for relief  Q/SB/2/1345  nd

Petition of Clemens Knowles of Derby (?), relief for his wife  Q/SB/2/1346  nd

Petition on behalf of Samuel Armfield of Flagg, for relief  Q/SB/2/1347  nd

Petition of the inhabitants of Lullington, to remove Richard Cooper and his wife from the town  Q/SB/2/1348  17th c

Petition on behalf of Edw Bradshaw, Webster and constable, against malicious neighbours by Anne his wife. No place named  Q/SB/2/1349  nd

Petition on behalf of Edward Wood, in gaol in Chesterfield, by Anne Wood for relief  Q/SB/2/1350  17th c

Petition of William Froske(?) of Clowne, for poor relief  Q/SB/2/1351  nd

Petition of Ellin, wife of Nathaniel Browne of Yeavely, for relief  Q/SB/2/1352  nd

Petition of Thomas Greenewoode of Dronfield, yeoman, seeking repayment of 10/- he paid out in 1646 for the whole town, for a thirdborough  Q/SB/2/1353  c1650

Information of Richard Binge of Belper and Joseph Hodges of Belper, account Richard Cowlishaw of Bolsover: gambler, swearer and 'doth... walke in the night'  Q/SB/2/1354  c1650

Petition of Michael James for payment of arrears by the parish [of ?] who put a child in his care  Q/SB/2/1355  nd

Petition of John Allcock of Northwingfield, against the constable of Wensley, for allowing Lawrence Amery, father of his daughter's bastard, to escape  Q/SB/2/1356  nd

Petition of Easter Hibb for release from Derby House of Correction  Q/SB/2/1357  nd

Bonds on Christopher Medcalf, officer of excise, Hope, Henry Balguy and George Medcalf of Castleton, gents to deliver Mary Fletcher, mother of a bastard, to sessions, and Richard Thirkcroome (?) and John Atkin of Newton Solney, yeoman, to deliver themselves for judgement at next sessions  Q/SB/2/1358  18th c

Petition of Gilbert Shepard against forfeiture of his bond for good behaviour  Q/SB/2/1359  nd

Petition of Elizth Burrowes of Dale Abbey against Bridget Hill for defamation  Q/SB/2/1360  [1650s]

Information against Henry Arwin(?) of Wirksworth miner and troublemaker  Q/SB/2/1361  nd

Information against Dorothy, wife of Thomas Cannon of Tansley, scold  Q/SB/2/1362  nd

Articles of misdemeanour against John James by John Hall, both of Flash(?) in Staffordshire  Q/SB/2/1363  c1630s

Bonds of good behaviour by Isacc Page of Shirland butcher, and William Snibson of Heath, farmer. Page being father of Mary Wragg's, of Shirland, illegitimate child.  Q/SB/2/1364  7 Jul 1800

Petition of Thomas Loxley of Derby gaol, debtor, seeking release.  Q/SB/2/1365  29 Sep 1729

Petition of prisoners for debt, for full weight allowance of bread  Q/SB/2/1366  nd

Petition of Hannah Harrison of Windley Hill, Duffield: relief  Q/SB/2/1367  nd

Petition of Anna Draper of Sawley: relief for apprenticeship for her child  Q/SB/2/1368  nd

Petition of Richard Bladon of Sawley, for relief  Q/SB/2/1369  nd

Petition of Anne Blunt of Wirksworth, for relief  Q/SB/2/1370  nd

Petition of William Cantrell of Ashbourne, for relief  Q/SB/2/1371  nd

Petition of William Roome of Mickleover, labourer for relief  Q/SB/2/1372  nd

Petition of Thomasine More of King's Newton, relief and house  Q/SB/2/1373  nd

Petition of Richard Browne of Wirksworth, for relief  Q/SB/2/1374  nd

Petition of Katherine Statham of Hazelwood, widow, for relief  Q/SB/2/1375  nd

Petition of Ellin Labon (?) of Mercaston, for relief  Q/SB/2/1376  nd

Petition of Edw Towmin's of Tidsall, for relief  Q/SB/2/1377  nd

Letter to Henry Gilbert of Locko, concerning the disrepair of Nicholas Weston's house  Q/SB/2/1378  nd

Petition of William Bradford of Ilkeston, for accommodation  Q/SB/2/1379  nd

Petition of Mary Porter of Belper, widow, for relief  Q/SB/2/1380  nd

Petition of Dorothy Allin of Church Broughton, for relief  Q/SB/2/1381  nd

Petition of Richard Lee of Brassington, miner for relief of his daughter and child  Q/SB/2/1382  nd

Petition of Richard Right of Bonsall for poor relief  Q/SB/2/1383  nd

Petition of Ellin Tomlinson of Spondon, relief from absconded husband  Q/SB/2/1384  nd

Petition of Henry Woodward of Cold Aston, for traditional assessment of dues  Q/SB/2/1385  nd

Presentment of townships in High Peak and Scarsdale by the provost marshall (?), for offences concerning road repairs, and vagrancy laws  Q/SB/2/1386  c1620-1630

Petition of Francis Harrison of Belper, denying theft of wood  Q/SB/2/1387  (?1649)

Information of Oliver Woodhead of Creswell, yeoman, against Anthony Smith of Creswell, butcher.  Q/SB/2/1388  16 Nov 16..

Petition of Richard Phillips for repayment of loan by William Bilman of Derby  Q/SB/2/1389  nd

Articles against Elizth Hole of [?]  Q/SB/2/1390  [168-]

Bundle of presentments of drovers, badgers and swalers in Shottle and Postern; Belper, Heage and Holbrook; Hulland; Duffield and Hazelwood  Q/SB/2/1391  13 Jul 1714

List of names of drovers, badgers and swalers in Appletree Hundred  Q/SB/2/1392  7 Oct 1729

Bundle of "returns" of drovers, badgers and swalers, place by place, in Appletree Hundred, most apparently in the same handwriting  Q/SB/2/1393  nd

List of badgers and swalers in hundred of Scarsdale  Q/SB/2/1394  1769

Bundle of returns of itinerant tradesmen, drovers in Dronfield, Dore and Totley, Killamarsh, Alfreton, Norton, Heath, Eckington  Q/SB/2/1395  Sep 1769, nd

List of ?badgers, swalers etc in Appletree Hundred by place alphabetically  Q/SB/2/1396  nd

"Elizabethan Constable Lists" "Box 4", a bundle of 23 undated hundredal lists. A group of 4 are marked in probably 19th century writing 1562  Q/SB/2/1397  1562

Bundle of 11 presentments of constables' names for Appletree Hundred 164-..., 1648, 1648/9 and nd. Two are endorsed in modern writing 1633 (old number Box IV 7)  Q/SB/2/1398  c1633-49

Bundle of 8 presentments of petty constables names for High Peak Hundred, 1634, 1638/9, 1639, 1648. (Old number Box IV 5)  Q/SB/2/1399  1634-1648

Bundle of 10 presentments of constables' names for Morlestone and Litchurch Hundred, 1634, 1648, nd. (Old number Box IV 4)  Q/SB/2/1400  1634, 1648

Bundle of 12 presentments of constables' names for Repton and Gresley Hundred, 1648, 1648/9, nd. One is marked in modern hand 1633 (Old number Box IV 3)  Q/SB/2/1401  c1633-1649

Bundle of presentments of constables names for Scarsdale Hundred, 1648 and nd. A nineteenth century hand has labelled the bundle 1648 to 1650 and a searcher suggests one item may be 1640. (Old number Box IV 6)  Q/SB/2/1402  c1640-1648

Bundle of 9 presentments of constables names 16?9, 1634, 1638/9, 1639, 1648, nd (Old number Box IV 2)  Q/SB/2/1403  c1634-1648

PRECEPTS  Q/SB/3  [n.d.]

Contents:
Precepts or writs addressed to the sheriff. These may have been part of the sessions bundles and sorted out into separate series in the 19th century. They are of two kinds, those ordering the sheriff to proclaim the sessions, assemble the juries etc and those ordering them to produce witnesses, defendants etc in specific cases.

19th century label: "Bundle of Precepts from Elizabeth downwards"  Q/SB/3/1  [n.d.]

File labelled Precepts 1-16 Elizabeth. They are dated from 9 Nov 1 Eliz [1559] - Oct 16 Eliz [1574] but there are few later than 4 Eliz [1561-1562]  Q/SB/3/2/1  [1559-1574]


Related information: See also Q/SB/3/25

File of 2 precepts Dec 3 Eliz  Q/SB/3/2/2  [1560]

File labelled Precepts 9 to 29 Charles (sic) They are dated Oct 9 Ch [1633] - Jul 10 Ch [1634], Jul 14 Ch [1638] - Jul 15 Ch [1639], Jan 23-Oct 24 Ch [1648], Apr 28 Ch II [1676] (one item only) and Oct 29 Ch II [1677] (one item only) Includes jury lists  Q/SB/3/3/1  [1633-1677]


Related information: See also Q/SB/3/8 and Q/SB/3/25

Writ for arrest of several hundred persons 11 Apr 24 Ch  Q/SB/3/3/2  [1648]

Loose writs, Commonwealth period Not dated and Apr 1649 - Oct 1659 Includes jury lists  Q/SB/3/4  1649-1659


Related information: See also Q/SB/3/25

File labelled precepts 12 to 18 Charles II Includes jury lists Oct 12 Ch II [1660] - Apr 18 Ch II [1666]  Q/SB/3/5  [1660-1666]


Related information: See also Q/SB/3/25

File labelled precepts 20 to 36 Charles II Includes jury lists and an indictment Jul 15 Ch II [1663] - Jul 36 Ch II [1684]  Q/SB/3/6  [1663-1684]

File labelled precepts James II Includes a jury list Oct 1 Ja II [1685] - Jul 3 Ja II [1687]  Q/SB/3/7  [1685-1687]

File labelled precepts 1 Wm and Mary - 10 Willm Includes jury lists Jul ? 15 Ch 1 [1639], Apr 1 Wm and M [1689] - Oct 10 Wm III [1699]  Q/SB/3/8  [1639, 1689-1699]


Related information: See also Q/SB/3/25

File labelled precepts Ann 1702 - 1713 Apr 1 Anne [1702] - Apr 13 Anne [1714]  Q/SB/3/9  [1702-1714]

File labelled Geo I Oct 6 Geo [1719] - Oct 12 Geo [1725]  Q/SB/3/10  [1719-1725]

Files of sheriff's precepts dated 5th - 34th year of the reign of George II  Q/SB/3/11  [1730-1760]


Related information: See also Q/SB/3/25

Sheriff's precepts Apr 1730 - Jan 5 Geo II [1732]  Q/SB/3/11/1  1730-[1732]

Sheriff's precepts Jan 7 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/2  [1734]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Oct 8 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/3  [1734]

Sheriff's precepts Oct - May 9 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/4  [1735-1736]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Apr 10 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/5  [1736-1737]

Sheriff's precepts Jul 11 Geo II [1737] - Oct 12 Geo II [1738]  Q/SB/3/11/6  [1737]-[1738]

Sheriff's precepts Jan-Apr 13 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/7  [1740]

Sheriff's precepts Jul-Apr 14 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/8  [1740-1741]

Sheriff's precepts Apr 15 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/9  [1742]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Jan 16 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/10  [1742-1743]

Sheriff's precepts Jan 18 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/11  [1745]

Sheriff's precepts Oct - Jan 19 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/12  [1745-1746]

Sheriff's precepts Jul 20 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/13  [1746]

Sheriff's precepts Oct - Jan 22 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/14  [1749-1750]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - Apr 24 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/15  [1751]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Apr 25 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/16  [1751-1752]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - May 26 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/17  [1752-1753]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Apr 27 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/18  [1753-1754]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Apr 29 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/19  [1755-1756]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Apr 30 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/20  [1756-1757]

Sheriff's precepts Sep - Apr 31 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/21  [1757-1758]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Apr 32 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/22  [1758-1759]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Apr 33 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/23  [1759-1760]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Oct 34 Geo II  Q/SB/3/11/24  [1760]

Files of Sheriff's precepts dated 1st to 10th year of George III's reign  Q/SB/3/12  [1761-1770]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 6 Oct 1 Geo III  Q/SB/3/12/1-2  [1761]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 5 Oct 2 Geo III  Q/SB/3/12/3-4  [1761]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 4 Oct 3 Geo III  Q/SB/3/12/5-6  [1763]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 2 Oct 4 Geo III  Q/SB/3/12/7-8  [1764]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 8 Oct 5 Geo III  Q/SB/3/12/9-10  [1765]

Sheriff's precepts Apr - 6 Oct 6 Geo II  Q/SB/3/12/11  [1766]

Sheriff's precepts Apr - 6 Oct 7 Geo III  Q/SB/3/12/12  [1767]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 4 Oct 8 geo III  Q/SB/3/12/13-14  [1768]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 3 Oct 9 Geo III  Q/SB/3/12/15-16  [1769]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 2 Oct 10 Geo III  Q/SB/3/12/17-18  [1770]

Files of Sheriff's precepts dated 11th to 20th year of George III's reign  Q/SB/3/13  [1771-1780]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 8 Oct 11 Geo III  Q/SB/3/13/1-2  [1771]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 6 Oct 12 Geo III  Q/SB/3/13/3  [1772]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 5 Oct 13 Geo III  Q/SB/3/13/4-5  [1773]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 4 Oct 14 Geo III  Q/SB/3/13/6-7  [1774]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 3 Oct 15 Geo III  Q/SB/3/13/8-9  [1775]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 8 Oct 16 Geo III  Q/SB/3/13/10-11  [1776]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 7 Oct 17 Geo III  Q/SB/3/13/12-13  [1777]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 6 Oct 18 Geo III  Q/SB/3/13/14-15  [1778]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 5 Oct 19 Geo III  Q/SB/3/13/16-17  [1779]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 3 Oct 20 Geo III  Q/SB/3/13/18-19  [1780]

Files of Sheriff's precepts dated 21st to 30th years of George III's reign  Q/SB/3/14  [1781-1790]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 2 Oct 21 Geo III  Q/SB/3/14/1  [1781]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 8 Oct 22 Geo III  Q/SB/3/14/2-3  [1782]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 7 Oct 23 Geo III  Q/SB/3/14/4-5  [1783]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 5 Oct 24 Geo III  Q/SB/3/14/6-7  [1784]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 4 Oct 25 Geo III  Q/SB/3/14/8-9  [1785]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 3 Oct 26 Geo III  Q/SB/3/14/10-11  [1786]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 2 Oct 27 Geo III  Q/SB/3/14/12-13  [1787]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 7 Oct 28 Geo III  Q/SB/3/14/14-15  [1788]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 6 Oct 29 Geo III  Q/SB/3/14/16-17  [1789]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 5 Oct 30 Geo III  Q/SB/3/14/18-19  [1790]

Files of Sheriff's precepts dated 31st to 40th year of George III's reign  Q/SB/3/15  [1791-1800]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 4 Oct 31 Geo III  Q/SB/3/15/1-2  [1791]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 2 Oct 32 Geo III  Q/SB/3/15/3-4  [1792]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 8 Oct 33 Geo III  Q/SB/3/15/5-6  [1793]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 7 Oct 34 Geo III  Q/SB/3/15/7-8  [1794]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 6 Oct 35 Geo III  Q/SB/3/15/9-10  [1795]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 4 Oct 36 Geo III  Q/SB/3/15/11-12  [1796]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 3 Oct 37 Geo III  Q/SB/3/15/13-14  [1797]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 2 Oct 38 Geo III  Q/SB/3/15/15-16  [1798]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 8 Oct 39 Geo III  Q/SB/3/15/17-18  [1799]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - Jul 40 Geo III  Q/SB/3/15/19-20  [1800]

Files of Sheriff's precepts dated 41st to 50th year of George III's reign  Q/SB/3/16  [1801-1810]


Related information: See also Q/SB/3/25

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 6 Oct 41 Geo III  Q/SB/3/16/1  [1801]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 5 Oct 42 Geo III  Q/SB/3/16/2  [1802]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 4 Oct 43 Geo III  Q/SB/3/16/3-4  [1803]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - Aug 44 Geo III  Q/SB/3/16/5  [1804]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 8 Oct 45 Geo III  Q/SB/3/16/6  [1805]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 7 Oct 46 Geo III  Q/SB/3/16/7-8  [1806]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - Jul 47 Geo III  Q/SB/3/16/9  [1807]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 4 Oct 48 Geo III  Q/SB/3/16/10-11  [1808]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 3 Oct 49 Geo III  Q/SB/3/16/12-13  [1809]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 2 Oct 50 Geo III  Q/SB/3/16/14-15  [1810]

Files of Sheriff's precepts dated 51st to 60th year of George III's reign  Q/SB/3/17  [1811-1820]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 8 Oct 51 Geo III  Q/SB/3/17/1-2  [1811]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 6 Oct 52 Geo III  Q/SB/3/17/3-4  [1812]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 5 Oct 53 Geo III  Q/SB/3/17/5-6  [1813]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 18 Oct 54 Geo III  Q/SB/3/17/7-8  [1814]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 17 Oct 55 Geo III  Q/SB/3/17/9-10  [1815]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 15 Oct 56 Geo III  Q/SB/3/17/11-12  [1816]

Sheriff's precepts Apr - 13 Oct 57 Geo III  Q/SB/3/17/13-14  [1817]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 20 Oct 58 Geo III  Q/SB/3/17/15-16  [1818]

Sheriff's precepts Jan - 19 Oct 59 Geo III  Q/SB/3/17/17  [1819]

Sheriff's precepts Jan 60 Geo III [1820]  Q/SB/3/17/18  [1820]

Contents:
but note that the precepts are in the name of Geo IV

Files of Sheriff's precepts dates 1st to 11th year of George IV's reign  Q/SB/3/18  [1820-1830]

Sheriff's precepts Apr - Jan 1 Geo IV  Q/SB/3/18/1-2  [1820-1821]

Sheriff's precepts May - Jan 2 Geo IV  Q/SB/3/18/3-4  [1821-1822]

Sheriff's precepts Apr - Jan 3 Geo IV  Q/SB/3/18/5-6  [1822-1823]

Sheriff's precepts Apr - Jan 4 Geo IV  Q/SB/3/18/7-8  [1823-1824]

Sheriff's precepts Apr - Jan 5 Geo IV  Q/SB/3/18/9-10  [1824-1825]

Sheriff's precepts Apr - Jan 6 Geo IV  Q/SB/3/18/11-12  [1825-1826]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Jan 7 Geo IV  Q/SB/3/18/13-14  [1826-1827]

Sheriff's precepts Apr - Jan 8 Geo IV  Q/SB/3/18/15-16  [1827-1828]

Sheriff's precepts Apr - Jan 9 Geo IV  Q/SB/3/18/17-18  [1828-1829]

Sheriff's precepts Apr - Jan 10 Geo IV  Q/SB/3/18/19-20  [1829-1830]

Sheriff's precepts Apr 11 Geo IV  Q/SB/3/18/21  [1830]

Precepts dated 1st to 7th year of William IV's reign  Q/SB/3/19  [1830-1837]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Apr 1 W IV  Q/SB/3/19/1-2  [1830-1831]

Sheriff's precepts 28 Jun - Apr 2 W IV  Q/SB/3/19/3-4  [1831-1832]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Apr 3 W IV  Q/SB/3/19/5-6  [1832-1833]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Oct 4 W IV  Q/SB/3/19/7-8  [1833]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Apr 5 W IV  Q/SB/3/19/9-10  [1834-1835]

Sheriff's precepts 30 Jun - Apr 6 W IV  Q/SB/3/19/11-12  [1835-1836]

Sheriff's precepts 28 Jun - Apr 7 W IV  Q/SB/3/19/13-14  [1836-1837]

Precepts dated 1st to 10th year of Queen Victoria's reign  Q/SB/3/20  [1837-1847]

Sheriff's precepts Oct - Apr 1 Vic  Q/SB/3/20/1-2  [1837-1838]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Apr 2 Vic  Q/SB/3/20/3-4  [1838-1839]

Sheriff's precepts Mar - Apr 3 Vic  Q/SB/3/20/5-6  [1840]

Sheriff's precepts Sep - Apr 4 Vic  Q/SB/3/20/7-8  [1840-1841]

Sheriff's precepts Sep - May 5 Vic  Q/SB/3/20/9-10  [1841-1842]

Sheriff's precepts Sep - Apr 6 Vic  Q/SB/3/20/11-12  [1842-1843]

Sheriff's precepts Dec - Apr 7 Vic  Q/SB/3/20/13  [1843-1844]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Jun 8 Vic  Q/SB/3/20/14-15  [1844-1845]

Sheriff's precepts Sep - Apr 9 Vic  Q/SB/3/20/16-17  [1845-1846]

Sheriff's precepts 30 Jun - Mar 10 Vic  Q/SB/3/20/18-19  [1846-1847]

Precepts dated 11th to 20th year of Queen Victoria's reign  Q/SB/3/21  [1847-1857]

Contents:
All except 4 items are writs to the sheriff to assemble the jury, produce prisoners, inform County Officers to appear and proclaim the date of the sessions. There is one other writ for each of the years 12, 13, 15 and 19 Victoria

Sheriff's precepts Sep - May 11 Vic  Q/SB/3/21/1  [1847-1848]

Sheriff's precepts Sep - 2 Jun 12 Vic  Q/SB/3/21/2  [1848-1849]

Sheriff's precepts Sep - Mar 13 Vic  Q/SB/3/21/3  [1849-1850]

Sheriff's precepts Sep - 3 Jun 14 Vic  Q/SB/3/21/4  [1850-1851]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Dec 15 Vic  Q/SB/3/21/5  [1851]

Sheriff's precepts 29 Jun - Dec 16 Vic  Q/SB/3/21/6  [1852]

Sheriff's precepts Dec 17 Vic  Q/SB/3/21/7  [1853]

Sheriff's precepts Oct - Jan 18 Vic  Q/SB/3/21/8  [1854-1855]

Sheriff's precepts Dec - 2 Jun 19 Vic  Q/SB/3/21/9  [1855-1856]

Sheriff's precepts Dec - 2 Jun 20 Vic  Q/SB/3/21/10  [1856-1857]

Precepts dated 21st to 30th year of Queen Victoria's reign, generally precepts as in Q/SB/3/21  Q/SB/3/22  [1857-1867]

Sheriff's precepts Sep - 4 Jun 21 Vic  Q/SB/3/22/1  [1857-1858]

Sheriff's precepts Sep - 6 Jun 22 Vic  Q/SB/3/22/2-3  [1858-1859]

Sheriff's precepts Sep - 5 Jun 23 Vic  Q/SB/3/22/4-5  [1859-1860]

Sheriff's precepts Sep - Dec 24 Vic  Q/SB/3/22/6  [1860]

Sheriff's precepts Dec - 3 Jun 25 Vic  Q/SB/3/22/7  [1861-1862]

Sheriff's precepts Sep 26 Vic  Q/SB/3/22/8  [1862]

Sheriff's precepts Sep - Mar 27 Vic  Q/SB/3/22/9-10  [1863-1864]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Mar 28 Vic  Q/SB/3/22/11-12  [1864-1865]

Sheriff's precepts Sep - May 29 Vic  Q/SB/3/22/13-14  [1865-1866]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Jan 30 Vic  Q/SB/3/22/15-16  [1866-1867]

Precepts dated 31st to 33rd year of Queen Victoria's reign  Q/SB/3/23  [1867-1869]

Sheriff's precepts Sep - 4 Jun 31 Vic  Q/SB/3/23/1-2  [1867-1868]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - 5 Jun 32 Vic  Q/SB/3/23/3-4  [1868-1869]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Sep 33 Vic  Q/SB/3/23/5  [1869]

Precepts dated 46th to 52nd year of Victoria's reign, all but Q/SB/3/24/6 precepts as in Q/SB/3/21  Q/SB/3/24  [1882-1889]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Apr 46 Vic  Q/SB/3/24/1  [1882-1883]

Sheriff's precepts Oct - Jan 47 Vic  Q/SB/3/24/2  [1883-1884]

Sheriff's precepts Jul - Apr 48 Vic  Q/SB/3/24/3  [1884-1885]

Sheriff's precepts Sep - 7 Jun 49 Vic  Q/SB/3/24/4  [1885-1886]

Sheriff's precepts Sep - 7 Jun 50 Vic  Q/SB/3/24/5  [1886-1887]

[no title]  Q/SB/3/24/6  Dec-Jan 51 Vic [1887-1888]

[no title]  Q/SB/3/24/7  Sep-Mar 52 Vic [1888-1889]

Precept, no year given, probably about or before the 49th year of Queen Victoria's reign  Q/SB/3/24/8  [n.d.]

File of writs assembled in the 19th century to show the signatures of the clerks of the peace, Oct 4 Eliz [1562] - 8 Oct 45 Geo III [1805]  Q/SB/3/25  [1562-1805]

Jury Panels or Lists  Q/SB/4  16th c-1869

Arrangement: These documents were probably originally contained in the Sessions bundles, but when the bundles were dismantled in the 19th century the lists or panels of jurors were separated out into a separate series. They consist chiefly of parchment strips on which the lists of jurors are written, almost always undated. Some paper draft or working lists are also included. Presumably at the time the sessions bundles were taken apart, dates were pencilled on some of the lists and others were grouped into annual bundles and labelled with the year and often the sheriff's name. The dates given below for these documents are those assigned in the 19th century and at present no attempt has been made to check them. A number have no dates on them, either original or allocated.
The groups numbered below Q/SB/4/1-19 come from old bundles numbered Box XVII 1,2,3,4.


Contents:
Lists of the jurors to enquire for the King (or Queen) and the body of the County, some possibly draft lists, but most probably the final lists, with a few jury panels for individual cases. The sheriff's name is normally at the foot of the panels. They give name, place, usually but not always status, very occasionally they may be annotated with a comment such as "Quaker" or "no freeholder". They are not dated. Dates given are those assigned to them in the 19th century.

Jury Panel [1562], ?12-13 Eliz [1569-1571], [1571] and n.d Note that some of the items included here were found with other 16th cent lists and though probably 16th cent are not certainly so  Q/SB/4/1/1-14  [1562-1571]

Jury Panel not dated, but thought to be 17th cent Q/SB/4/2/4 includes verdicts in several cases, giving the names of prisoners but no other details; Q/SB/4/2/2, 5 and 6 also include memoranda of cases  Q/SB/4/2/1-52  c17th c

Jury Panel  Q/SB/4/3/1-3  [1633, 1638]

Jury Panel  Q/SB/4/4/1-6  [1649-1650]

Jury Panel  Q/SB/4/5/1-12  [1651-1659]

Jury Panel  Q/SB/4/6/1-14  [1661-1670]

Jury Panel  Q/SB/4/7/1-5  [1671-1680]

Jury Panel  Q/SB/4/8/1-6  [1684-1689]

Jury Panel  Q/SB/4/9/1-5  [1693-1696]

Jury Panel  Q/SB/4/10/1-5  [1703-1708]

Jury Panel  Q/SB/4/11/1-2  [1711-1713]

Jury Panel  Q/SB/4/12/1-8  [1722-1730]

Jury Panel  Q/SB/4/13/1-10  [1731-1740

Jury Panel  Q/SB/4/14/1-10  [1741-1750]

Jury Panel  Q/SB/4/15/1-10  [1751-1760]

Jury Panel  Q/SB/4/16/1-10  [1761-1770]

Jury Panel  Q/SB/4/17/1-10  [1771-1780]

Jury Panel  Q/SB/4/18/1-10  [1781-1790]

Jury Panel  Q/SB/4/19/1-8  [1791-1799]

Jury Panel (old number Box XVIII 1)  Q/SB/4/20/1-10  [1800-1809]

Jury Panel (old number Box XVIII 1)  Q/SB/4/21/1-10  1810-1819

Jury Panel (old number Box XVIII 1)  Q/SB/4/22/1-10  1820-1829

Jury Panel (old number Box XVIII 2)  Q/SB/4/23/1-10  1830-1839

Jury Panel (old number Box XVIII 2)  Q/SB/4/24/1-10  1840-1849

Jury Panel (old number Box XVIII 3)  Q/SB/4/25/1-10  1850-1859

Jury Panel (old number Box XVIII 3)  Q/SB/4/26/1-9  1860, 1862-1869

Writs addressed to the sheriff commanding him to summon jurymen, prisoners, coroners, gaolers and bailiffs of liberties before the justices and to proclaim the sessions. 29 Jun 44 Vict - Oct 45 Vict  Q/SB/4/27/1-8  [1880-1882]

Highway and Footpath Closures and Diversions  Q/SB/9  [n.d.]

Contents:
By the common law an ancient highway could not be changed without the King's license, first obtained under a writ of ad quod damnum. Highways have however been stopped and diverted under a succession of Acts: that of 13 Geo III c 78 (1773) placed the power of stopping and diverting highways, bridleways and footways, with the consent of landowners, in the hands of the justices.
The documents listed begin in 1773 with an inquisition in response to a writ of ad quod damnum and continue with orders and certificates under the Act of 1773 and subsequent Acts. The files numbered Q/SB/9/579-580 were created under the 1835 Highway Act and those numbered Q/SB/8/581-600 under section 108 of the 1959 Highway Act.
Early files consist of orders made by justices on viewing the roads concerned, consents of owners of land affected, plans and certificates that the new stretches of road are fit to be used. Later files contain certificates of the local justices' opinion that the diversion/closure would be of benefit and the reasons for their opinion, consents of owners of land affected, plans and other supporting papers. The listing of these files only refers to the orders, but it is intended to convey that other documents such as those described earlier in this paragraph are included with the order. Unless indicated otherwise there is a plan in each file.

Derby  Q/SB/9/1  1773

Contents:
An inquisition by the sheriff at the Ship Inn, Full Street, Derby, in obedience to a writ of ad quod damnum issued out of Chancery 13 Sep 1773, to inquire if any damage would arise to the king or others if the king should grant a common footway leading from Cock Pit Hill, in the Borough of Derby, over Long Close, alias Cock Pit Hill Close, alias Cow Castle Close, and across Newlin Leys, and the end of a close belonging to Thomas Bonnow, to the turnpike road from Derby to Osmaston, in length 450 yards. The jury found that no damage would arise (no plan)

Ashover  Q/SB/9/2  1774

Contents:
Order for diverting a bridle road from the town of Ashover to High Moor, near Ashover road, and also a footroad in the close called the Lydeard, in the parish of Ashover, leading from the Yew Tree seat in Low Lane to Overton Hall. The plan includes rough sketches of buildings including Overton Hall

Shipley  Q/SB/9/3  1774

Contents:
Order for diverting and turning a highway in the town of Sheepley (Shipley)

South Normanton  Q/SB/9/4  1775

Contents:
An order for diverting a footway in the parish of South Normanton lying between South Normanton and Blackwell, through lands of D'Ewes Coke.

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/5  1777

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the borough of Chesterfield and widening a lane called Dark Lane leading from West Bars to Saltergate in Pothouse Lane.

Alderwasley  Q/SB/9/6  1777

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the liberty of Alderwasley, lying between Alderwasley Brook and a house in the occupation of Aaron Brocklehurst, through lands of Francis Hurt.

Dale Abbey  Q/SB/9/7  1778

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the parish of Dale Abbey leading from Stanton-by-Dale to Dale Abbey.

Edensor  Q/SB/9/8  1779

Contents:
Orders for diverting footways in the parish of Edensor.

Longstone  Q/SB/9/10  1779

Contents:
Order for diverting a footroad leading from Great Longstone to Birchill through the lands of Thomas Eyre, of Hassop.

Norton  Q/SB/9/11  1780

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway in the parish of Norton between the villages of Norton and Little Norton.

Buxton  Q/SB/9/12  1781

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the hamlet of Buxton from the new bridge near the Grove Coffee House to the south-east corner of the old bridge.

Buxton  Q/SB/9/13  1781

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the hamlet of Buxton from the north end of the old bridge near the George Inn, to the north west corner of the Dissenting Meeting House.

Buxton  Q/SB/9/14  1781

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the hamlet of Buxton lying eastward of a cottage in the possession of Mary Nadin.

Markeaton  Q/SB/9/15  1781

Contents:
Order for stopping up a footway leading from Nuns' Green, in the borough of Derby, towards Kedleston

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/16  1781

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath leading from the river Forge through the Nether Meadow in a line parallel with the river

Markeaton  Q/SB/9/17  1782

Contents:
Order for stopping up a highway in the liberties of Markeaton and Mackworth, beginning at Mickleover Common, and extending to a gate entering a field, in the borough of Derby, called Derby Field, and from thence into the Derby and Ashbourne turnpike

Osmaston  Q/SB/9/18  1782

Contents:
Order for stopping up a highway in the parish of Osmaston from Doctor's Green in Osmaston to Boulton, ordering that a new laid out bridle road across the Breach Closes is to be used only by the tenants and proprietors of houses and lands in Alvaston and Boulton, and reserving also a right of bridle way over the top of the Church Flat to the Rev Mr Smith

Alfreton and South Normanton  Q/SB/9/19  1783

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the parishes of Alfreton and South Normaton leading from Alfreton Outseats to the south-west corner of South Normanton Common

South Normanton  Q/SB/9/20  1783

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in South Normanton leading from the upper end of the town of South Normanton to the town of Sutton Ashfield. Plan includes drawings of church and houses

Doveridge  Q/SB/9/21  1783

Contents:
Order for stopping up a footroad in the liberty of Doveridge called Stidford Road

Offcote  Q/SB/9/22  1785

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the hamlet of Offcote and Underwood, beginning at a close called the Field Close and leading to the town of Ashbourne

Ashbourne  Q/SB/9/23  1785

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the town

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/24  1785

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway in the township of Wirksworth from the Common Midding to Meadow Croft

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/25  1785-1786

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway in the parish of Chesterfield from a stile in the fence dividing the lane leading from the bottom of the market place to Boythorpe towards Walton Old Lane

Aston on Trent  Q/SB/9/26  1786

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in Aston on Trent from a croft called Sossolby-nook leading to the town of Weston-upon-Trent

Breaston  Q/SB/9/27  1788

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the liberty of Breaston from a close called the Pasture Close to the hamlet of Sawley

Darley  Q/SB/9/28  1790-1791

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the township of Darley called the Blind Lane

Darley  Q/SB/9/29  1790-1791

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the township of Darley called Daughty Lane

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/30  1791

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway in Wirksworth leading from the new bridge by the Hannage to the churchyard

Shirland  Q/SB/9/31  1792

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway in the parish

Alfreton  Q/SB/9/32  1793

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway in the parish of Alfreton leading from the town street of Alfreton to South Wingfield

Whittington  Q/SB/9/33  1793

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway in the parish of Whittington leading from the Sheffield and Chesterfield Road by John Newham's croft

Whittington  Q/SB/9/34  1793

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway in the parish of Whittington leading from the Sheffield and Chesterfield road through the orchard of Francis Lindley

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/35  1793

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the hamlet of Newbold in the parish of Chesterfield, lying between Newbold and Stonegravels. Plan includes drawing of a large house

Tideswell  Q/SB/9/36  1794

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway in the liberty of Whetstone (Wheston), in the parish of Tideswell

Melbourne  Q/SB/9/37  1796

Contents:
Order for diverting two footways in the parish of Melbourne from the white rails in Melbourne Street through Lord Melbourne's land towards Breedon

Horsley Woodhouse  Q/SB/9/38  1796

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the township of Horsley Woodhouse leading from Horsley Woodhouse to Smalley

Holbrook  Q/SB/9/39  1797

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway in the liberty of Holbrook, lying between a close belonging to Joseph Baggaley Bradshaw and Coxbench Lane

Haddon  Q/SB/9/40  1799

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the lordship of Haddon, in the parish of Bakewell, leading from the turnpike near Haddon Hall to Oxclose, near the lordship of Stanton. The plan covers a wide area

Newspaper cuttings referring to this order and related letter  Q/SB/9/40/1-2  1925

Tibshelf  Q/SB/9/41  1800

Contents:
Order for diverting a bridle road in the lordship of Tibshelf called Groves Lane

Duffield  Q/SB/9/42  1800-1801

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the parish of Duffield and liberty of Little Eaton, and leading from Duffield to Little Eaton

Littleover  Q/SB/9/43  1801

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the liberty of Littleover, called Folebrooke Lane

Willesley  Q/SB/9/44  1801

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the township of Willesley through lands belonging to Major-General Charles Hastings

Horsley Woodhouse  Q/SB/9/45  1802

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway in the liberty of Horsley Woodhouse leading from Smalley to Horsley Woodhouse

Norton  Q/SB/9/46  1802-1803

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the parish of Norton, called Derbyshire Lane

Alfreton  Q/SB/9/47  1805

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway in the parish of Alfreton leading from the town of Alfreton through the churchyard to the turnpike leading from Alfreton to Matlock. This shows the layout of Alfreton Hall grounds

Bretby  Q/SB/9/48  1805

Contents:
Order for dirverting a highway in the parish of Bretby between Bretby Gravel Pit and Newton Pool

Wingerworth  Q/SB/9/49  1805

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the parishes of Wingerworth and North Wingfield, known as the Woodthorpe and Wingerworth Lanes

Eckington  Q/SB/9/50  1806

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway within the parish of Eckington called Renishaw Lane.

Heanor  Q/SB/9/51  1806

Contents:
Order for diverting a footroad within the parish of Heanor leading from the town of Heanor by the Slack Road towards the town of Shipley.

Simmondley  Q/SB/9/52  1806

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway within the hamlet of Simmondley in the parish of Glossop, called How Lane.

Kilburn  Q/SB/9/53  1807

Contents:
Order for diverting two footways in the township of Kilburn

Stanton-by-Youlgreave  Q/SB/9/54  1808

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway leading out of the township of Stanton, in the parish of Youlgreave, towards Bakewell, at a place in Stanton called Sycamore Hill; also a bridle road branching out of the old public highway below the village of Stanton towards Bakewell; also a footway leading out of the village of Stanton towards Bakewell. The plan shows village layout

Darley Abbey  Q/SB/9/55  1808

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway within the liberty of Darley Abbey leading from Darley Abbey through Darley Park

Etwall  Q/SB/9/56  1809

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway within the parish of Etwall, between Burnaston Road and Smith's Field

Sutton on the Hill  Q/SB/9/57  1809

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway within the parish of Sutton-on-the Hill

Newton Solney  Q/SB/9/58  1809

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway within the parish of Newton Solney, near the house of Mr Abram Hosking

Bakewell  Q/SB/9/59  1810

Contents:
Order for setting out and stopping up highways in the parish of Bakewell (no plan)

Hassop  Q/SB/9/60  1809

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway within the hamlet of Hassop, in the parish of Bakewell

Stanton-by-Youlgreave  Q/SB/9/61  1810

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the village of Stanton, in the parish of Youlgreave, commencing at a place in Stanton called Smithy Hill, also for stopping up a bridle and footway across the Cow Closes

Duffield  Q/SB/9/62  1810

Contents:
Order respecting the repairs of a highway in the township of Makeney in the parish of Duffield, and in the liberty of Little Eaton

Hognaston  Q/SB/9/63  1811

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway in the townships of Hognaston, Carsington, Hopton and Wirksworth, lying between Hognaston and Wirksworth

Markeaton  Q/SB/9/64  1811

Contents:
Order for stopping up of a highway within the liberties of Markeaton and Mackworth, beginning at Mickleover Common and extending to a gate entering a field in the borough of Derby, called Derby Field, and from thence into the Derby and Ashbourne Turnpike

South Wingfield  Q/SB/9/65  1811

Contents:
Order for diverting two bridle and footways, within the parish of South Wingfield, lying between South Wingfield and South Wingfield Park

Norton  Q/SB/9/66  1811

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway in the parish of Norton, leading from the highway from Chesterfield, and extending towards Haslebarrow

Norton  Q/SB/9/67  1811

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway in the parish of Norton, leading from Norton church yard to Magathey, in the parish of Norton

Norton  Q/SB/9/68  1811

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway leading from Little Norton towards Greenhill.

Norton  Q/SB/9/69  1811

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway lying between Norton and Himsworth, in the parish of Norton

Combs Edge, in the parish of Chapel en 1e Frith  Q/SB/9/70  1811

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath lying between Lower Barn, belonging to Samuel Frith, Esq and a stile leading into Joseph Bradbury's Field, in the township of Combs Edge

Willersley  Q/SB/9/71  1811

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath between Great Chicking Park and the Ashby and Measham Turnpike Road

Foston  Q/SB/9/72  1812

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath leading from Hay Lane across lands belonging to Charles Broadhurst, Esq, into Heath Top Lane

South Normanton  Q/SB/9/73  1813

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath leading from the Town Street of South Normanton towards Blackwell

Denby  Q/SB/9/74  1813

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath lying between a place called Smithy Houses and a road near to Open Wood Gate leading to Belper

Nether Haddon, in the parish of Bakewell  Q/SB/9/75  1813

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath lying between Bakewell and Rowsley

Butterley, in the township of Ripley  Q/SB/9/76  1814

Contents:
Order for diverting highways

Norton  Q/SB/9/77  1814

Contents:
Order for stopping up a highway called Derbyshire Lane (no plan)

Alfreton  Q/SB/9/78  1814

Contents:
Order for stopping up highways in the parish of Alfreton, 1815; also supplementary order (no plan)

Etwall  Q/SB/9/79  1815

Contents:
Order for stopping up a carriage road leading from Etwall to Sutton-on-the Hill, out of a turnpike called the Uttoxeter Turnpike Road, by the church yard at Etwall, to the paddock belonging to William Cotton.

Darley Abbey  Q/SB/9/80  1815

Contents:
Order for directing a road leading from Darley Abbey to Allestree, through lands belonging to Walter Evans, Esq, towards Duffield.

Rowsley  Q/SB/9/81  1816

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway leading from Great Rowsley to the hamlet of Stanton.

Newbold  Q/SB/9/82  1816

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway between Chesterfield and Dronfield.

Norton  Q/SB/9/83  1816

Contents:
Order for diverting a bridle road passing through grounds of Sir William Chambers Bagshawe, of the Oaks, in the parish of Norton, between Norton and Eckington.

Harthill and Birchover, in the parish of Youlgreave  Q/SB/9/84  1816

Contents:
Order for diverting a pathway branching out of the Haddon and Bentley turnpike, near to Eagleston Mill, in the liberty of Birchover, in the parish of Youlgreave, to Greenfield Gate, on Hartle Moor

Longstone  Q/SB/9/85  1816

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath between a turnpike road leading from Bakewell to Hassop to the turnpike leading from Edensor to Ashford

Alfreton  Q/SB/9/86  1816

Contents:
Order for stopping up a highway in the parish of Alfreton (no plan)

Dronfield  Q/SB/9/87  1817

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath between Snape Hill and Holmley Common, in the parish of Dronfield.

Longstone  Q/SB/9/88  1817

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath leading from the turnpike road from Edensor to Ashford to a field in the occupation of Eyre in Great Longstone.

Barton Blount and Church Broughton  Q/SB/9/89  1817

Contents:
Order for diverting a road leading from Church Broughton to Longford and Foston

Mosborough  Q/SB/9/90  1817

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath leading from West Street, Mosborough, to the turnpike road leading from Eckington to Sheffield

Walton on Trent  Q/SB/9/91  1818

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath leading from Walton Wood toward Edengale

Mickleover  Q/SB/9/92  1818

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway leading from the town of Mickleover to the town of Findern

Longstone  Q/SB/9/93  1818

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath leading from Holme Hall to Ashford on the north side of the river Wye

Newbold  Q/SB/9/94  1819

Contents:
Order for diverting Sick Lane leading from Highfield to Little Moor, both in the township of Newbold, and also from Sick Lane to the toll-bar at Stongravels

Blackwall  Q/SB/9/95  1819

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath leading from Ditch Gate to the Buxton turnpike road, and from the same road to the old coalpit road, and also from Ditch Gate to the Tideswell and Blackwall Road.

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/96  1819

Contents:
Order for diverting a road from Mr Wilshaw's saw mill to Mr Prior's tape mill.

Eckington  Q/SB/9/97  1819

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath between Eckington and Mosborough.

Codnor and Loscoe, in the parish of Heanor  Q/SB/9/98  1819

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath between Codnor Common and the Cromford and Langley Mill turnpike.

Eckington  Q/SB/9/99  1819

Contents:
Order for diverting a road leading from the church yard at Eckington to the Sheffield turnpike road, Mosborough.

Winster in the parish of Youlgreave  Q/SB/9/100  1820

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway called Headland Road (no plan)

Hollington, Longford and Brailsford  Q/SB/9/101  1820

Contents:
Order for diverting fourteen footroads passing over lands in the township of Hollington, and in the parish of Longford and Brailsford

Borrowash  Q/SB/9/102  1820

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath leading from the town street of Borrowash across the Lawn to the lock across the Derby canal

Pentrich  Q/SB/9/103  1820

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath between Upper Hartshay Lane and Nether Hartshay

Spondon  Q/SB/9/104  1821

Contents:
Order for diverting a road leading from Spondon to Ilkeston

Offcote and Underwood  Q/SB/9/105  1821

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath from Spend Lane, through the large meadow

Unston  Q/SB/9/106  1821

Contents:
Order for stopping four footroads in the township

Trusley  Q/SB/9/107  1821

Contents:
Order for diverting a road leading from Dalbury to Osleston

Great Hamlet, in the parish of Glossop  Q/SB/9/108  1821

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath from Hayfield and Glossop turnpike towards Charlesworth

Spondon  Q/SB/9/109  1821

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway from Spondon to Chaddesden and Ockbrook

Smalley and Horsley Woodhouse  Q/SB/9/110  1821

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway leading from the Town Street to the highway from Horsley Woodhouse to Smalley

Kilburn  Q/SB/9/111  1821

Contents:
Order for closing three footpaths at Kilburn

South Wingfield  Q/SB/9/112  1822

Contents:
Order for diverting footpaths from the Flat Houses to the Barnstead

Whittington  Q/SB/9/113  1822

Contents:
Order for diverting highways from Naylor's Green to Glass House Common, etc

Hathersage  Q/SB/9/114  1822

Contents:
Order for stopping the Mortimer Road (Turnpike) leading from Lady Bower Wood

Walton  Q/SB/9/115  1824

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath leading from the Matlock road to the Hall Green Pond

Radbourne  Q/SB/9/116  1824

Contents:
Order for diverting several carriage and footways on the property of Edmund C.S. Pole

Hathersage  Q/SB/9/117  1826

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath from Great Shaw Field to Heald Bridge

Ollerset  Q/SB/9/118  1826

Contents:
Order for stopping up three footpaths

Duffield  Q/SB/9/119  1826

Contents:
Order for stopping a footpath or Milford

Spondon  Q/SB/9/120  1826

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath from Lees Gate through Locko Park to the boundary line between Spondon and Chaddesden

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/121  1827

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway leading from St John's Street to Meadow Croft (no plan)

Aston upon Trent  Q/SB/9/122  1827

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath leading from Aston-upon-Trent to Weston

Allestree  Q/SB/9/123  1827

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath leading from Allestree to Derby

Bakewell  Q/SB/9/124  1828

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath leading from the Bakewell and Chesterfield road to the Stocking Cote

Mackworth and St Alkmund's, in the borough of Derby  Q/SB/9/126  1828

Contents:
Order for diverting a footway called Penny Long Lane

Eckington  Q/SB/9/125  1828

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath from Eckington to Mosborough

Codnor Park  Q/SB/9/127  1828

Contents:
Order for diverting the highway from Codnor Castle to Aldercar

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/128  1828

Contents:
Order for stopping up a footpath leading from the Newhaven turnpike to the Old Lane (no plan)

West Hallam  Q/SB/9/129  1828

Contents:
Order for stopping up a footpath between the Cat and Fiddle Lane and town of West Hallam

West Hallam  Q/SB/9/130  1828

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway leading from the turnpike road from Bramcote Moor to Smalley

Wormhill  Q/SB/9/131  1828

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath leading from Chapel Stead Green or Beggar's Lane to Wormhill church yard

Heanor  Q/SB/9/132  1828

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway leading from Heanor town to Heanor Common-side

Ilkeston  Q/SB/9/133  1829

Contents:
Order for stopping up two footpaths

Walton-upon-Trent  Q/SB/9/134  1829

Contents:
Order for stopping up a footpath leading from Town Street along Sir E Desbrow's land to a road leading to Coton

Walton-upon-Trent  Q/SB/9/135  1829

Contents:
Order for stopping up a footpath leading out of the Town Street through Ward's Croft and the town

Walton upon Trent  Q/SB/9/136  1830

Contents:
Order for stopping up a footpath out of the public road from Walton to Coton

Ticknall  Q/SB/9/137  1829

Contents:
Order for diverting six footpaths

Sudbury  Q/SB/9/138  1830

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath leading from Hill Somersall to Hare Hill

Outseats  Q/SB/9/139  1830

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath from the township of Hathersage to Nether Hirst

Smalley  Q/SB/9/140  1831

Contents:
Order for stopping up a footway called Cross Lane

Drakelow, Stapenhill and Lullington  Q/SB/9/141  1832

Contents:
Notice by W Low, high constable of the hundred of Repton and Gresley, of a special sessions to be held at Drakelow Hall for the diversion of highways and footpaths

Drakelow and Stapenhill  Q/SB/9/142  1832

Contents:
Order for diverting two footways in Drakelow park

Drakelow and Stapenhill  Q/SB/9/143  1832

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway to Burton on Trent

Lullington  Q/SB/9/144  1832

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway from Lullington church yard to Edingale

Lullington  Q/SB/9/145  1832

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway from the Vicarage croft to the highway towards Edingale

Dale Abbey  Q/SB/9/146  1832

Contents:
Order for stopping up a highway called Smut Lane

Belper  Q/SB/9/147  1833

Contents:
Order for stopping up a footpath from Four Lanes End to Belper bridge

Melbourne  Q/SB/9/148-149  1833

Contents:
Order for diverting footpaths from Melbourne to Donington and King's Newton through Donington Park

Elvaston  Q/SB/9/150  1834

Contents:
Order for diverting a bridle and footway from Elvaston to Alvaston

Shirley  Q/SB/9/151  1834

Contents:
Order for stopping up a footpath by Shirley Hall.

Darley  Q/SB/9/152  1834

Contents:
Order for stopping up a footpath in Darley Middle Quarter

Kirk Langley  Q/SB/9/153  1834

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath from Kirk Langley (in front of Meynell Langley Hall) to Muggington

South Wingfield  Q/SB/9/154-155  1834

Contents:
Orders for stopping up footpaths in the park

Spondon  Q/SB/9/156  1835

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway called Stoney Lane

Kirk Langley  Q/SB/9/157  1837

Contents:
Order for diverting carriage and foot roads from Kirk Langley to Kedleston

Ashford  Q/SB/9/158  1837

Contents:
Order for stopping up the two highways "leading through, along and across the church yard"

Darley Abbey  Q/SB/9/159  1838

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath through the upper parks

Bradshaw Edge  Q/SB/9/160  1838

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway from Whaley to Hill Top

Linton  Q/SB/9/161  1838

Contents:
Order for stopping up twenty highways, bridle roads and footpaths. Plans in small book of reference

Brassington  Q/SB/9/162  1839

Contents:
Order for stopping up a footpath out of Town Street

Barlow  Q/SB/9/163  1840

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway through Piper Wood from Barlow to Dronfield

Mickleover  Q/SB/9/164  1840

Contents:
Order for stopping up Fennell Street Lane

Quarndon, Allestree and Markeaton  Q/SB/9/165  1841

Contents:
Order for stopping up a footpath from Quarndon to Markeaton

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/166  1841

Contents:
Order for diverting the highway from Middle Houses Green

South Wingfield  Q/SB/9/167-173  1841-1842

Contents:
Orders for diverting various highways and footpaths pursuant to the North Midland Railway Act

Hathersage  Q/SB/9/174  1842

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway by the needle manufactory

Swadlincote and Newhall  Q/SB/9/175  1842

Contents:
Order for diverting several highways and stopping up footpaths between Swadlincote and Newhall

Littleover  Q/SB/9/176  1842

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway in the village

Tibshelf  Q/SB/9/177  1843

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway and footpath in the village

Hathersage  Q/SB/9/178  1844

Contents:
Order for stopping up a portion of the highway of Hathersage Dale Road

Brimington  Q/SB/9/179  1845

Contents:
Order for stopping up a pathway through the church yard

Walton-upon-Trent  Q/SB/9/180  1846

Contents:
Order relative to seven bridle and footways between Walton, Barrow Fields, and Barrow Hill

Heage  Q/SB/9/181  1846

Contents:
Order for diverting bridle and footways in the village

Brackenfield  Q/SB/9/182  1848

Contents:
Order for diverting a bridle road from Brackenfield to Stretton

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/183  1847

Contents:
Order for closing a footpath at Gorsey Bank

Mappleton  Q/SB/9/184  1847

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath from the Ashbourne Road to Mappleton

Buxton  Q/SB/9/185  1848

Contents:
Order for stopping up a footpath and diversion of highway at King Sterndale

Harthill  Q/SB/9/186  1848

Contents:
Order for diverting a bridle-way from the Haddon turnpike towards Youlgreave

Allestree  Q/SB/9/187  1848

Contents:
Order for stopping up a footpath in the village

South Wingfield  Q/SB/9/188  1848

Contents:
Order for diverting footpaths in the village

Killamarsh  Q/SB/9/189  1850

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath near Gannow Lane Toll Bar

Blackwall  Q/SB/9/190  1850

Contents:
Order for stopping up four highways Strawberry Lane, Green Gate Lane, Baking Lane and Blind Lane

Elvaston  Q/SB/9/191  1851

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath between the London turnpike road and Thurlston

Chellaston  Q/SB/9/192  1852

Contents:
Order for stopping up three footpaths leading from Derby to Swarkestone

Litton  Q/SB/9/193  1852

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway between Litton and Ashford

Staveley  Q/SB/9/194  1853

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway near Staveley Works

Pleasley  Q/SB/9/195  1853

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway between Shirebrook and Stuffin Wood

Marston Montgomery  Q/SB/9/196  1853

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway at Waldley, between Marston and Doveridge

Kedleston  Q/SB/9/197  1856

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway from Kedleston to Kirk Langley

Mickleover  Q/SB/9/198  1856

Contents:
Order for stopping up two footpaths in the village

Matlock  Q/SB/9/199  1857

Contents:
Order for diverting Castle Top highway

Alfreton  Q/SB/9/200  1857

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway at Cotes Park

Ripley  Q/SB/9/201  1858

Contents:
Order for stopping up a footpath to the cemetery

Winshill in the parish of Newton Solney  Q/SB/9/202  1859

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath

Spondon  Q/SB/9/203  1860

Contents:
Order for stopping up a footpath from the station to the village

Crich  Q/SB/9/204  1860

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath on turnpike road to Fritchley

Ilkeston  Q/SB/9/205  1861

Contents:
Order for stopping up footpaths from Burr Lane to Chapel Street

Castleton  Q/SB/9/206  1861

Contents:
Order for stopping up footpaths through the churchyard

Matlock  Q/SB/9/207  1861

Contents:
Order for diverting Key Pasture Road

Longstone  Q/SB/9/208  1861

Contents:
Order for diverting roads under the Midland Railway, Rowsley and Buxton Act

Ripley  Q/SB/9/209  1861

Contents:
Order for diverting footpaths from Alfred Street to Outram Street

Morton  Q/SB/9/210  1862

Contents:
Order for diverting footpaths leading to the village

Offcote and Underwood  Q/SB/9/211  1862

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath from Back Lane, Ashborne, to Mappleton bridge

Longstone  Q/SB/9/212  1864

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway leading from Bakewell Union Workhouse to Holme Bridge

Glossop and Dinting  Q/SB/9/213  1864

Contents:
Order for diverting four highways in the hamlets of Glossop and Dinting on the lands of E G F Howard

Stapenhill  Q/SB/9/214  1865

Contents:
Order for diverting two footpaths across lands of J S Clay

Horsley  Q/SB/9/215  1865

Contents:
Order for diverting ten highways and footpaths within the township

Tibshelf  Q/SB/9/216  1865

Contents:
Order for stopping up part of Back Lane in village of Tibshelf

Bolsover  Q/SB/9/217  1865

Contents:
Order for stopping up a highway between the church yard and the new burial yard

Mugginton  Q/SB/9/218  1865

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath at Ireton Farm

Long Eaton  Q/SB/9/219  1866

Contents:
Order for stopping up a footpath from Long Eaton Church to Wilsthorpe

Normanton by Derby  Q/SB/9/220  1866

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath in the village.

Darley  Q/SB/9/221  1866

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath across lands of R K Prindle

Caldwell and Linton  Q/SB/9/222  1867

Contents:
Order for stopping up a highway from Caldwell to Linton, subject to bridle and footroad rights

Litchurch  Q/SB/9/223  1866

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath by Midland Railway Company near the Victoria Foundry

Ilkeston  Q/SB/9/224  1867

Contents:
Order for diverting the footway called Burr Lane

Derwent  Q/SB/9/225  1867

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway by Lady Bower Inn

Darley Dale  Q/SB/9/226  1868

Contents:
Order for stopping up part of the old turnpike road by Torr Side House

Doveridge and Sudbury  Q/SB/9/227  1868

Contents:
Order for stopping up a highway on Lord Vernon's estate

Chinley  Q/SB/9/228  1868

Contents:
Order for diverting a highway called Beet Lane

Bugsworth  Q/SB/9/229  1869

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath at Joel Lane

Glossop  Q/SB/9/230  1869

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath from Boar Tor, in the hamlet of Hadfield, to Waterside, in the hamlet of Padfield

Buxton  Q/SB/9/231  1870

Contents:
Order for footpath opposite the Old Hall Hotel

Bradshaw Edge  Q/SB/9/232  1870

Contents:
Order for diverting highway called Baren Clough Lane

Dore  Q/SB/9/233  1873

Contents:
Order for diverting a footpath from Dore and Totley Station.

Codnor Park  Q/SB/9/234  1873

Contents:
Order for diverting bridle roads and footpaths in the townships of Riddings and Codnor Park

Clowne  Q/SB/9/235  1875

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath leading from Clowne to South Gate

Ashford  Q/SB/9/236  1875

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway leading from Thornbridge House to Longstone railway station

Fairfield and Buxton  Q/SB/9/237  1875

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway

Whittington  Q/SB/9/238  1876

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway leading from the highway called Lower Road to Unstone

Blackwell  Q/SB/9/239  1876

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway from the upper pasture to the Blackwell Colliery Co

Rosliston and Caldwell  Q/SB/9/240  1876

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway leading from Rosliston to Caldwell through land called Pickering Close

Ockbrook  Q/SB/9/241  1876

Contents:
Order for diversion of bridleway leading from Ockbrook to Spondon through land called the Little Flat

Heeley Mill  Q/SB/9/242  1876

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway at Heeley Mill, near Sheffield, from the footbridge to a point near to and eastward of Heeley Mill.

Stapenhill  Q/SB/9/243  1876

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath leading from the Ferry to Stapenhill Gardens

Darley  Q/SB/9/244  1877

Contents:
Order for closing footpath from Matlock turnpike road to Upper Hackney, through land called Barn Close

Dunstead, Heanor  Q/SB/9/245  1877

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway leading from Dunstead to Bailey Brook

Dunston  Q/SB/9/246  1877

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway called St John's Road

Northedge  Q/SB/9/247  1877

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway leading from Northedge to the Press Brook

Winshill  Q/SB/9/248  1877

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath leading from Winshill to Ashby de la Zouch

Newton Solney  Q/SB/9/249  1877

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath from Newton Solney to Newton Park farm

Swadlincote  Q/SB/9/250  1878

Contents:
Order for closing of road as useless from Swadlincote to Woodville

Pinxton  Q/SB/9/251  1879

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway as useless leading from Sleights Road across the Pinxton Wharf Board School site to the Wharf Road

Caldwell  Q/SB/9/252  1878

Contents:
Order for diversion of bridle road and footpath through land in the occupation of Thomas Knight

Shipley  Q/SB/9/253  1879

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway from Cotmanhay to Smalley.

Buxton  Q/SB/9/254  1879

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway commencing on the west side of Broad Walk and terminating on the Burlington Road.

Ednaston  Q/SB/9/255  1880

Contents:
Order for diversion of portion of roadway leading from the Derby to Ashbourne main road between Ednaston and Bradley

Mapperley  Q/SB/9/256  1880

Contents:
Order for diversion of bridleway and footway leading from Mapperley to Park Hall

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/257  1880

Contents:
Order for diversion of portion of highway called Hollis Lane and street substituted called Clayton Street

Kinder  Q/SB/9/258  1880

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway from Hayfield to Kinder

Duffield  Q/SB/9/259  1880

Contents:
Order for closing of footway as useless across a field called Hill or Hilly Close

Smalley  Q/SB/9/260  1881

Contents:
Order for closing footpath called Pit Lane

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/261  1881

Contents:
Order for closing as useless of footpath leading from Millhouse Green to the road leading from Wirksworth to Derby

Pleasley  Q/SB/9/262  1881

Contents:
Order for diverting of footpath leading from Pleasley to Rowthorne

Darley Dale  Q/SB/9/263  1881

Contents:
Order for closing of highways (a) Stockhouse Lane; (b) New Road and (c) Stancliffe Road

Long Eaton  Q/SB/9/264  1881

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway from Long Eaton to Trent Lock

Long Eaton  Q/SB/9/265  1881

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway from Sawley Lane to main street, Long Eaton

Duffield  Q/SB/9/266  1882

Contents:
Order for closing of highway or watering in Town Street situated between the Ecclesbourne Bridge and Mr Samuel Eyre's shop

Hathersage  Q/SB/9/267  1882

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway leading from Hathersage to Moorseats

Darley  Q/SB/9/268  1882

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway from Stanton Lees to Winster

Stanton  Q/SB/9/269  1882

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway and footpath leading from Stanton Lees to Darley Bridge

Crich  Q/SB/9/270  1882

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath leading from the Market Place to Park Head

Castleton  Q/SB/9/271  1882

Contents:
Order for diversion of bridleway and footpath from Seven Road Lane to Old Brook

Egginton  Q/SB/9/272  1882

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway leading from Egginton station to Egginton

Beighton  Q/SB/9/273  1882

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath called Mill Causeway from Beighton to Swallow's Nest

Ashover  Q/SB/9/274  1882

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway from Northedge to Stubbing Court

Matlock  Q/SB/9/275  1882

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway known as Temple Road

Long Eaton  Q/SB/9/276  1883

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway leading from Market Place to the Nottingham Road

Heanor  Q/SB/9/277  1883

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway leading from Tag Hill or West Hill to near Town Hall, Heanor

Risley  Q/SB/9/278  1883

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath leading from Risley to Risley Lodge

Bugsworth  Q/SB/9/279  1883

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath leading from Whaley Bridge to Hollingwood

Heanor  Q/SB/9/280  1883

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway leading from the Derby and Mansfield main road to the Nottingham Road

Bakewell  Q/SB/9/281  1883

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath from Bakewell Trough Lane to Edge Road

Heanor  Q/SB/9/282  1884

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway leading from Burnt House Road to Ward Meadow

Hognaston  Q/SB/9/283  1884

Contents:
Order for closing footpath as useless from Miller's Croft to near the bridge in Hognaston

Darley Dale  Q/SB/9/284  1885

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath leading from Hillside Road to New Road on Darley Hillside

Long Eaton  Q/SB/9/285  1886

Contents:
Order for closing of footpath leading from High Street to the Derby Road

Glossop  Q/SB/9/286  1887

Contents:
Orders for closing footways leading from the Ashes to North Road

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/287  1887

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath from Summer Lane to Milnhouse Green

Ilkeston  Q/SB/9/288  1889

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway leading from Park Road to Nottingham Road

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/289  1890

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway from Newbold Road to Kent Lane

Darley Dale  Q/SB/9/290  1890

Contents:
Order for diversion of footways to Darley Dale station

Chapel en le Frith  Q/SB/9/291  1890

Contents:
Order for closing footway at Lower Eaves as useless

Hopton and Griffe Grange  Q/SB/9/292  1890

Contents:
Order for closing of footway called Mare Lane

Ashbourne  Q/SB/9/293  1891

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Order for closing of Offiler's Lane in the township of Offcote and Underwood

Ilkeston  Q/SB/9/294  1891

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Order for diversion of footway from Wood Street to Rutland Street

Mapperley  Q/SB/9/295  1892

Contents:
Order for closing of old footway from Mapperley to bridge over Nutbrook Canal

Ashover  Q/SB/9/296  1892

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway from Black Swan Inn to Fabrick highway

Ilkeston  Q/SB/9/297  1892

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway from Nottingham Road to Park Road

Shipley  Q/SB/9/298  1892

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway from Mapperley to Heanor

Sutton-cum-Duckmanton  Q/SB/9/299  1892

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway leading from Deepsick Lane to the Chesterfield and Bolsover turnpike road

Ashbourne  Q/SB/9/300  1892

Contents:
Bakers Gullet highway stopped

Buxton  Q/SB/9/301  1892

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway from South Street to Dale Street

Eyam  Q/SB/9/302  1892

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Order for closing of footway known as The Bank

Sutton on the Hill  Q/SB/9/303  1892

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Order for closing of old footway near the church

Guarndon  Q/SB/9/304  1893

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Order for diversion of footway from Guarndon to Home Close

Mapperley  Q/SB/9/305  1893

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Order for diversion of footway from Pimlico to Mapperley

Melbourne  Q/SB/9/306  1893

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway from Melbourne to Ticknall

Melbourne  Q/SB/9/307  1894

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Order for diversion of footpath from Selina Street to Cockshut Lane

Clowne  Q/SB/9/308  1894

Contents:
Order for closing of footway from Clowne to Stanfree

Mapperley  Q/SB/9/309  1894

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway from High Lane to Mapperley

Ripley  Q/SB/9/310  1894

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway leading out of Cromford Road in the direction of Hartshay Lane

Hartington Upper Quarter  Q/SB/9/311  1894

Contents:
Certificate of justices of inspection of a footpath diverted under the London and North Western Railway Act

Matlock  Q/SB/9/312  1895

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath leading from Upper Wood Road to Heights of Abraham

Long Eaton  Q/SB/9/313  1895

Contents:
Order for closing footpath leading from North Cottages to White's Lane

Ilkeston  Q/SB/9/314  1895

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway from Corporation Road to Nottingham Road

Norton  Q/SB/9/315  1895

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpaths from Wooden Bridge to Rushdale Road

Darley Dale  Q/SB/9/316  1896

Contents:
Order for diversion of portion of Flash Road at North Darley

Makeney  Q/SB/9/317  1896

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway from Makeney to Little Eaton

Drakelow  Q/SB/9/318  1896

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpaths between Burton on Trent and Walton on Trent and Rosliston

Castleton  Q/SB/9/319  1896

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath between Castleton and Edale

Ilkeston  Q/SB/9/320  1896

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway from Charlotte Street to the Heanor Road

Fernilee  Q/SB/9/321  1897

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway at Whitehall

Ilkeston  Q/SB/9/322  1897

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpaths between the Manners Colliery and the Rutland Colliery

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/323  1897

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Order for diversion of highway called the Middle Peak Road

Sandiacre  Q/SB/9/324  1898

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath from Derby Road to Church Street

Bakewell  Q/SB/9/325  1898

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Order for diversion of footpath from north end of New Street to the mill goit

Heanor  Q/SB/9/326  1898

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath from Heanor to Langley

New Mills  Q/SB/9/327  1898

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Order for diversion of highway near Low Leighton

Bakewell  Q/SB/9/328  1898

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath from Stanage Road

Dethick, Lea and Holloway  Q/SB/9/329  1899

Contents:
Order of diversion of footpath from Hedgegate Lane to Long Lane

Buxton  Q/SB/9/330  1899

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway from Spring Gardens to Hardwick Mount

Matlock  Q/SB/9/331  1899

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway footpath from Cavendish Road to Wellington Street

Duffield No 1  Q/SB/9/332  1899

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath from Hazelwood Road to Milford Road

Duffield No 2  Q/SB/9/333  1899

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath from Hazelwood Road to Chevin

Doveridge  Q/SB/9/334  1899

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway from Church Lane to the High Road from Uttoxeter to Derby

Matlock  Q/SB/9/335  1899

Contents:
Order for closing footway from Dark Lane to road from Matlock Bridge to Tansley

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/336  1899

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath leading from China House Yard, the Blind Lane and the New Bridge to Water Lane.

Buxton  Q/SB/9/337  1899

Contents:
Order for diversion: Highway College Road and Macclesfield Old Road

Langley Mill  Q/SB/9/338  1899

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath from Cromford Road to footbridge over Midland Railway Company's Line

Sutton cum Duckmanton  Q/SB/9/339  1900

Contents:
Order for diversion Highway from Slaters farm to Brimington Common

Ripley  Q/SB/9/340  1900

Contents:
Order for closing highway: Nottingham Road to Greaves Street

Draycott  Q/SB/9/341  1900

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway: Station Road to Town End Road

Ilkeston  Q/SB/9/342  1900

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway, Havewell Street to Little Hallam Road

Darley Dale  Q/SB/9/343  1900

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath: Churchtown to Darley Dale Railway Station

Matlock Bath  Q/SB/9/344  1900

Contents:
Order for closing footpath known as "Year Breeches"

Long Eaton  Q/SB/9/345  1900

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Order for closing footpath: Whites Lane to Co-operative Street

Crich  Q/SB/9/346  1900

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway: Bowns Hill and Dimple Lane

Sandiacre  Q/SB/9/347  1900

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath: Derby Road to Red Lion Hotel

Bradbourne and Ballington  Q/SB/9/348  1900

Contents:
Order for closing Highway Ashbourne Road to Parwich

Peak Forest 1  Q/SB/9/349  1901

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Order for diversion of highway: Ridgeclose Wood to Ridgeclose Farm

Peak Forest 2  Q/SB/9/350  1901

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Order for diversion of footway: Dove Holes Dale to Peak Forest Village

Sawley  Q/SB/9/351  1901

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway: Arnold Avenue to a lane leading to Long Eaton

Heage  Q/SB/9/352  1901

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway from Toadmoor Lane to Matlock Road

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/353  1901

Contents:
Order for diverting of highway from Meadow Crofts to Market Place

Scarcliffe  Q/SB/9/354  1901

Contents:
Completion of highway to Scarcliffe Station, Lancashire, Derbyshire and East Coast Railway

Ilkeston  Q/SB/9/355  1901

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway: Chapel Street East to Alvenor Street

Alvaston and Boulton  Q/SB/9/356  1901

Contents:
Order for diversion of footway: London Road, Boulton to Parsons Bridge

Matlock Bath  Q/SB/9/357  1901

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath: Matlock Bath and Scarthin Nick

Killamarsh  Q/SB/9/358  1901

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath: Netherthorpe Lane to Station Road

Long Eaton  Q/SB/9/359  1901

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath: New Sythe Street to Oldham Street

Fairfield  Q/SB/9/360  1902

Contents:
Order for closing highway: Dale Lane to Gainscliff Lane

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/361  1902

Contents:
Order for diversion of footways: Greenhill to Chapel Lane

Clay Cross  Q/SB/9/362  1902

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway: "Wellfield" from Holmgate Lane to Chesterfield Road

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/363  1902

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway: Brickyard Walk, Marsden Street to Spencer Street

Hatton  Q/SB/9/364  1902

Contents:
Order for stopping up footpath: New Marston Lane and Hoon Hay Gate

Bolsover  Q/SB/9/365  1903

Contents:
Order for stopping up Kitchen Croft footpath

Lea Brooks  Q/SB/9/366  1903

Contents:
Order for stopping up footpath from Chapel Lane to Bridle Lane

Trusley  Q/SB/9/367  1903

Contents:
Order for stopping up footpath from Hardley Hill to Trusley

Newton, Tibshelf and Blackwell  Q/SB/9/368  1903

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway: "Pit Lane" to Newton Lane. Parishes of Blackwell and Tibshelf and new highway

Clay Cross  Q/SB/9/369  1903

Contents:
Order for diversion of Broadleys Footpath etc

Newton Solney  Q/SB/9/370  1904

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath between Burton and Repton in the parish of Newton Solney

Horns Meadow  Q/SB/9/371  1904

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath: Derby Road, Chesterfield

Church Gresley  Q/SB/9/372  1904

Contents:
Order for stopping up footpath in Gresley Wood Road, Church Gresley

West Hallam  Q/SB/9/373  1904

Contents:
Order for stopping footpath leading from West Hallam to Ilkeston

Coal Aston  Q/SB/9/374  1904

Contents:
Order for diversion of footpath from Stone Road to Main Road

Ilkeston  Q/SB/9/375  1905

Contents:
Order for diversion of highway leading from Park Crescent to Park Road

Little Hallam  Q/SB/9/376  1905

Contents:
Order for diversion from Little Hallam Lane to land belonging to E Canner

Trinity Church, Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/377  1905

Contents:
Stopping up highway from Newbold Road to Sheffield Road

Wye Head, Burbage  Q/SB/9/378  1905

Contents:
Diversion of footpath. Wyeside Cottage towards Green Lane

Long Eaton  Q/SB/9/379  1906

Contents:
Diversion of footpath. Lovers Walk/Derby Road

Eaton and Alsop  Q/SB/9/380  1906

Contents:
Diversion of footpath. Parwich to Alsop Moor

Staveley and Sutton-cum-Duckmanton  Q/SB/9/381  1907

Contents:
Diversion of footpath from Netherthorpe through Poolsbrook to Duckmanton

Glossop  Q/SB/9/382  1907

Contents:
Diversion of footpath. Glossop and Hayfield main road to Dover Mills

Tupton  Q/SB/9/383  1907

Contents:
Diversion of footpath from Old Tupton to North Wingfield

Chesterfield (not proceeded with)  Q/SB/9/384  1907

Contents:
Stopping up footpath from Wheeldon Lane to Boythorpe Lane

Long Eaton  Q/SB/9/385  1908

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath known as Lovers Walk

Littleover  Q/SB/9/386  1908

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath from Stenson Lane to Normanton Lane

Fenny Bentley  Q/SB/9/387  1908

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath leading from Ashbourne and Buxton Road to L N W Railway Bridge

Sawley  Q/SB/9/388  1908

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath leading from College Street

Draycott  Q/SB/9/389  1908

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from New Street

Sawley  Q/SB/9/390  1909

Contents:
Diversion of footpath called Townside Close etc

Walton  Q/SB/9/391  1909

Contents:
Stopping up footpath leading from Walton Wood to the Chesterfield and Matlock Main Road

Hartington Town Quarter  Q/SB/9/392  1909

Contents:
Diversion of footpath lying between Hartington Dale Road and High Cross Lane

Little Hallam  Q/SB/9/393  1909

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Stopping up of footpath at Little Hallam from Stanton Road to the Old Hall

Buxton  Q/SB/9/394  1910

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath at Fairfield

Scarcliffe  Q/SB/9/395  1910

Contents:
Stopping up footpath leading from Hillstown to Bolsover

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/396  1910

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Application for diverting a footpath from Wash Green to Bolehill, Wirksworth (refused)

Little Hallam  Q/SB/9/397  1910

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath leading from Hallam Fields Road to Stanton Road. (Order refused)

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/398  1910

Contents:
Stopping up of highway from Foljambe Road to Ashgate Road

Glossop  Q/SB/9/399  1910

Contents:
Stopping up of highway (Charlestown Road etc)

Alfreton  Q/SB/9/400  1911

Contents:
Diversion of footpath. Bonsall Lane, Alfreton

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/401  1911

Contents:
Diversion of footpath. Boythorpe Road to Walton Road

Whittington  Q/SB/9/402  1911

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Footpath diversion. Main Road to Grassmoor Lane etc

Bolsover (Carr Vale)  Q/SB/9/403  1911

Contents:
Diversion of footpath from Bolsover to Carr Vale known as Castle Vale

Staveley  Q/SB/9/404  1911

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Diversion of footpath leading from Barrow Hill to Staveley Town

Long Eaton  Q/SB/9/405  1911

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Stopping up footpath leading from Meadow Lane to Private Road belonging to M R Co leading from Long Eaton to Trent Station

Sawley  Q/SB/9/406  1911

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Old Sawley to Wilsthorpe Lane etc

Stopping up of footpath leading from Main Road from Bakewell to Sheffield and substitution of new footpath  Q/SB/9/407  1911

Contents:
Also stopping up highway running from Totley (Hall Lane) to Mickley Lane

Ilkeston Manners Colliery  Q/SB/9/408  1912

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Order for diversion of footpath at Manners Colliery

Chesterfield, Wheeldon Lane  Q/SB/9/409  1912

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Stopping up footpath

Dronfield Woodhouse  Q/SB/9/410  1912

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Diversion of footpath and new footpath substituted. Mickley and Broadway

Clay Cross  Q/SB/9/411  1912

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Stopping up footpath from Broadleys Street to Market Street

Tibshelf  Q/SB/9/412  1912

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Diversion of footpath from High Street to Elmtree Cottage

Middleton-by-Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/413  1912

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Stopping up of footpath at Middleton-by-Wirksworth Hillside to Middleton Quarry

Sandiacre  Q/SB/9/414  1913

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Diversion turning and stopping up footpath over River Erewash etc

Thornhill and Aston  Q/SB/9/415  1913

Contents:
Diversion of footpath from Thornhill to Aston

Thornhill and Aston  Q/SB/9/416  1913

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Stopping up footpath as unnecessary

Thornhill and Aston  Q/SB/9/417  1913

Contents:
Stopping up footpath as unnecessary

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/418  1913

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Stopping up of part of footpath leading from Washgreen to Bolehill and making of new path in lieu thereof

Swadlincote  Q/SB/9/419  1914

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Diversion of footpath leading from Midway Road to a public footpath leading from Beetmont House to John Street

Bolsover  Q/SB/9/420  1914

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Stopping up highway leading from Hill Top past Castle Villas into Station road

Brassington  Q/SB/9/421  1914

Contents:
Diversion of footpath etc

Chapel-en-le-Frith  Q/SB/9/422  1914

Contents:
Diversion etc of two footpaths

Chapel-en-le-Frith  Q/SB/9/423  1914

Contents:
Diversions etc of two footpaths

Crich  Q/SB/9/424  1914

Contents:
diversion etc of footpath leading from Bowmer Lane

Hope Woodlands  Q/SB/9/425  1914

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Diversion of footpath from Derwent Village to Ronksley Farm

Nether Padley  Q/SB/9/426  1914

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Diversion of footpath from Sheffield Road to Totley Road ie from Maynard Road to Tedgness Road

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/427  1914

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Stopping up of footpath from Bolsover Main Road to Broad Oaks Ironworks

Shipley  Q/SB/9/428  1915

Contents:
Diversion of footpath from Flat Meadow Farm substituting a new highway etc

Pinxton  Q/SB/9/429  1916

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Stopping up of footpath from Park Lane to Kirkstead

Glossop  Q/SB/9/430  1917

Contents:
Diversion of footway. High Street West to Dinting New Road

Wormhill  Q/SB/9/431  1918

Contents:
Diversion of highway leading from Fairfield, Tunstead and Blackwell

Ripley  Q/SB/9/432  1919

Contents:
Stopping up parts of highways. Slack Lane Strelly Court Farm etc

Edale  Q/SB/9/433  1919

Contents:
Stopping up of footway leading from Hope Road to Grindsbrook

Bamford  Q/SB/9/434  1919

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Diversion of highway leading from village to River Derwent

Hartington Nether Quarter  Q/SB/9/435  1919

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Diversion of highway Leading from Ashbourne to Buxton and Pike Hall

Newbold  Q/SB/9/436  1920

Contents:
Diversion of highway leading from Sheffield Main Road with Pottery Lane

Brampton  Q/SB/9/437  1920

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath commencing at Holymoorside Sewage Farm Gate and on to Bulls Head Inn etc

Alvaston and Boulton  Q/SB/9/438  1920

Contents:
Stopping up of highway leading from Boulton Street to St Mary's Church

Breaston  Q/SB/9/439  1920

Contents:
Stopping up highway

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/440  1921

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Sadler Gate to Newbold Road

Breaston  Q/SB/9/441  1921

Contents:
Diversion of footpaths leading from Sawley Station Lane and Wilsthorpe Lane

Breaston  Q/SB/9/442  1921

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Wilsthorpe Lane to Longmoor Lane

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/443  1921

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Stopping diversion or turning of footpath leading from Holywell Street known as Parkers Yard

North Wingfield  Q/SB/9/444  1922

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath leading from Tibshelf Road to Heath Road

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/445  1922

Contents:
Stopping up of public footpath from Furness Hill to Factory Street

Holmesfield  Q/SB/9/446  1922

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Totley to Holmesfield

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/447  1922

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Diversion of footpath known as Spital Lane commencing at Hady Hill

Scarcliffe  Q/SB/9/448  1922

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath leading from Hockley Lane, Palterton

Newhaven  Q/SB/9/449  1923

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Stopping up of highway in parish of Hartington N Q etc

Littleover  Q/SB/9/450  1923

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Diversion of footpath called Chain Lane

Wormhill  Q/SB/9/451  1923

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Diversion of footpath leading to Great Rocks and Wormhill etc

Wormhill  Q/SB/9/452  1923

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Diversion of footpath leading from Fairfield to Tunstead

Ockbrook  Q/SB/9/453  1923

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Diversion of footpath leading from Bakehouse Lane to Victoria Avenue

Draycott  Q/SB/9/454  1923

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Draycott to Risley

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/455  1924

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath commencing at Hawkesley Avenue and terminating at Newbold Back Lane

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/456  1924

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Stopping up of footpath commencing at Walton Crescent and terminating at Hunloke Avenue

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/457  1924

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Stopping up of footpath commencing at Baden Powell Road and terminating at Park Road

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/458  1924

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Diversion of highway leading from Greenhill, Wirksworth to Middleton (Middleton Road)

Ilkeston  Q/SB/9/459  1924

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Stopping up of footway leading from Station Road to Gordon Street

Dore  Q/SB/9/460  1924

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Ashfurlong Lane to Water lane

Barlow  Q/SB/9/461  1924

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Diversion of footpath leading from Hackney Lane to Wilkin Hill

Norton  Q/SB/9/462  1925

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Diversion of footpath leading from Twenty Wellsick Lane to Old Park Wood

Mickleover  Q/SB/9/463  1925

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Diversion of footpath from Station Road to East Avenue

Breaston  Q/SB/9/464  1925

Contents:
Diversion of footpath. Draycott - Breaston Road

Smalley  Q/SB/9/465  1925

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Ilkeston Road to Club Room Lane

Littleover  Q/SB/9/466  1926

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Littleover to Stenson and Findern

Chinley  Q/SB/9/467  1926

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Buxton Road through the Alders to Maynestone Road, Chinley

Brampton & Walton  Q/SB/9/468  1926

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Walton Back Lane, Holymoorside to main road between Chesterfield and Matlock

Alfreton  Q/SB/9/469  1926

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Flowery Leys Lane to Birchwood

Heanor  Q/SB/9/470  1926

Contents:
Diversion of footpath adjoining Heanor Cemetery

Etwall  Q/SB/9/471  1926

Contents:
Diversion of footpath commencing from Sutton Road to junction of Fields No 201, 202 and 213 in the parish of Etwall

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/472  1926

Contents:
Stopping up of footway between Racecourse Road and Mountcastle Street etc

Crich  Q/SB/9/473  1926

Contents:
Diversion of footpath across land belonging to the Butterley Co Ltd in the parish of Crich

Nether Haddon  Q/SB/9/474  1926

Contents:
Diversion of bridleway footway and driftway passing over the River Wye across a bridge recently erected and ending at the stile on the main road to the north of the Main Road Gate to Haddon Hall; also a bridleway footway and driftway starting from Bowling Green Lane to Sheepbridge Road etc

Buxton  Q/SB/9/475  1927

Contents:
Diversion of footpath. Temple Road to Green Lane, Burbage

Hartington Upper Quarter  Q/SB/9/476  1927

Contents:
Diversion of footpath north-west Dale Head Farm, Brandside

Normanton, near Derby  Q/SB/9/477  1927

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Sunny Hill Road to Sinfin Lane

Ashbourne  Q/SB/9/478  1927

Contents:
Diversion of portion of footway leading from Green Road to Sturston Mill

Repton  Q/SB/9/479  1927

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from the Burton Road to the Pastures Road at Repton

Egginton  Q/SB/9/480  1927

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath leading between Monks Bridge and Egginton Bridge

Normanton  Q/SB/9/481  1927

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Sunny Hill Road to Sinfin Lane

Taddington and Priestcliffe  Q/SB/9/482  1927

Contents:
Application for diversion of public footpath leading from Priestcliffe to the road leading from Millers Dale to Litton Mill - Objected to on appeal - no Order made

Swadlincote  Q/SB/9/483  1927

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Midway Road, Swadlincote

Alvaston and Boulton  Q/SB/9/484  1927

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Elvaston Lane, Boulton to Alvaston Street

Bradwell  Q/SB/9/485  1927

Contents:
Diversion of footpaths near to Sunnyhill, Bradwell

Long Eaton  Q/SB/9/486  1928

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Peel Street to L M J Railway Station

Hathersage  Q/SB/9/487  1928

Contents:
Diversion of highway leading from Grindleford to Hathersage (Leadmill Bridge)

Middleton-by-Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/488  1928

Contents:
Diversion of highway called Occupation Road leading from Middleton Moor to Water Lane, Middleton-by-Wirksworth substituting new footpath

Norton  Q/SB/9/489  1928

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Twenty Wellsick Lane to Old Park Wood, Beauchief

Hartington Upper Quarter  Q/SB/9/490  1928

Contents:
Diversion of highway cartroad leading from Hillhead Farm, Hartington Upper Quarter

Wormhill  Q/SB/9/491  1928

Contents:
Diversion of highway bridlepath leading from Blackwell Mill to near Great Rocks Back Pasture Farm

Alvaston and Boulton  Q/SB/9/492  1929

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from London Road to Elvaston Lane

Brimington  Q/SB/9/493  1929

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Balmwalk Lane, Tapton to main road between Brimington and Chesterfield

Brampton and Walton  Q/SB/9/494  1929

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Loads to Chander Hill

South Darley  Q/SB/9/495  1929

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Sitch Road, Oaker in the parish of Wensley and Snitterton

Risley  Q/SB/9/496  1929

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath opposite entrance to Risley Hall in the parish of Risley

Ashbourne  Q/SB/9/497  1929

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath leading from Belle Vue Road, Ashbourne to Dove House Green, Ashbourne

Stanton and Newhall  Q/SB/9/498  1930

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Burton Road, Upper Midway to Beards Road and Wellwood Road, Newhall

Hope  Q/SB/9/499  1930

Contents:
Application for stopping up and diverting footway at Hope (no Order made)

Chapel-en-le-Frith  Q/SB/9/500  1930

Contents:
Diversion of highway leading from Whitehough Bridge, Chinley to Bridgeholme Green, Chapel-en-le-Frith

Bolsover  Q/SB/9/501  1930

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath leading from Buttermilk Lane to Woodhouse Lane over Woodhouse

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/502  1931

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Gipsy Lane across fields No 366 and 365 to join the road running between Station Lane and Newbridge Lane, Foxley Oaks, Chesterfield

Heanor  Q/SB/9/503  1931

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath leading from Denby to Heanor Gate

Egginton  Q/SB/9/504  1931

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Fishpond Road to Duck Street, Egginton

Matlock  Q/SB/9/505  1931

Contents:
Diversion of footpath running from Bridge Farm, Matlock and Seven Rakes

Spondon  Q/SB/9/506  1931

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Park Road to Nottingham Road

Overseal  Q/SB/9/507  1931

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Overseal to Burton on Trent main road

Alvaston and Boulton  Q/SB/9/508  1932

Contents:
Diversion of footpath from Alvaston Street along a new street to be called Walnut Avenue, Alvaston

Shirebrook  Q/SB/9/509  1932

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Wood Lane to Acreage Lane and Portland Road

Stanton and Newhall  Q/SB/9/510  1932

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Main Street, Newhall to Sunny Side, Newhall

Stanton and Newhall  Q/SB/9/511  1932

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Main Street, Newhall by the side of the Sunday School to Sunny Side, Newhall

Swadlincote  Q/SB/9/512  1932

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from North Street, Swadlincote to Darklands Road, Swadlincote

Overseal  Q/SB/9/513  1932

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Woodville Road to Gorsey Lees, Overseal

South Normanton  Q/SB/9/514  1932

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Hilcote Street to Meadow Lane, South Normanton

Ashford  Q/SB/9/515  1932

Contents:
Diversion of highway starting from Millstone Lane to Mount Pleasant, Ashford

Middleton-by-Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/516  1932

Contents:
Stopping up of highway called Hill Side Road leading from Main Street to Occupation Road, Middleton-by-Wirksworth

Ashbourne  Q/SB/9/517  1933

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from The Old School House Bridge in Park Road, Ashbourne to Sturston

Ault Hucknall  Q/SB/9/518  1933

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Doe Lea, Ault Hucknall to Stockley Lane, Scarcliffe

Sinfin  Q/SB/9/519  1933

Contents:
Diversion of highway at Sinfin leading from Chellaston, Swarkestone to Sinfin Lane crossing land known as The Golf Course

Linton  Q/SB/9/520  1933

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Overseal - Burton Road at Linton Heath to Linton

Brampton and Walton  Q/SB/9/521  1933

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Holymoor Road, Holymoorside to Chander Hill Lane, Holymoorside

Glossop  Q/SB/9/522  1933

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Woolley Bridge Road to St Charles' Roman Catholic Church

Alvaston and Boulton  Q/SB/9/523  1934

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath commencing in Field Lane to Boulton Street in the parish of Alvaston and Boulton. Substituting a footpath along Courtland Drive

Buxton  Q/SB/9/524  1934

Contents:
Stopping up of highway cul-de-sac leading from the north side of Spring Gardens through Beaumonts Gateway in the Boro' of Buxton

Glossop  Q/SB/9/525  1935

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Bridgefield through the Holroyd Rope Works to Whiteley Hall

King Sterndale  Q/SB/9/526  1935

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Duke's Drive to Rock Head near Cowdale Quarry

Chaddesden  Q/SB/9/527  1935

Contents:
Diversion of footpaths leading from Chaddesden Village to Breadsall, Derby over Wilsthorpe Road

Rowsley and Nether Haddon  Q/SB/9/528  1935

Contents:
Diversion of highway leading from Derby to Buxton over Silliford Bridge partly in the parish of Great Rowsley and partly in the parish of Nether Haddon

Beighton  Q/SB/9/529  1935

Contents:
Stopping up of highway, Nab Lane, Beighton

Langley Mill  Q/SB/9/530  1935

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath leading from Ormstead Road to Cromford Road, Langley Mill

Loscoe  Q/SB/9/531  1935

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath leading from the Main Road to Furnace Lane, Loscoe

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/532  1935

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath leading from Sidlings Farm to Petty Close Lane, Chesterfield

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/533  1935

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath leading from Dobbin Clough Farm to Petty Close Lane, Chesterfield

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/534  1935

Contents:
Stopping up of Wand's Close, Chesterfield leading from Low Pavement to Beetwell Street, Chesterfield

Ashbourne  Q/SB/9/535  1936

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Green Road to Windmill Lane, Ashbourne

Alfreton  Q/SB/9/536  1936

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Leabrooks to Sleetmoor Lane

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/537  1936

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath from Clayton Street to the footbridge over the River Hipper

Bolsover  Q/SB/9/538  1937

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Woodthorpe Road otherwise Shuttlewood Road to Featherbed Lane

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/539  1937

Contents:
Stopping up and diverting footpaths leading from Baden Powell Road over the Chesterfield Tube Company's Sidings etc

Ashbourne  Q/SB/9/540  1937

Contents:
Diversion of highway leading across the fields from Green Road to Ashbourne Green

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/541  1937

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath: Wheatbridge Road, Chesterfield

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/542  1937

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath Washhouse Lane, Chesterfield

Melbourne  Q/SB/9/543  1937

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Kings Newton to Station Road, Melbourne

New Mills  Q/SB/9/544  1937

Contents:
Stopping up of portion of footpath leading from Albion Road to Buxton Road

Ripley  Q/SB/9/545  1937

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Norman Road to Heage Road, Ripley

Alfreton  Q/SB/9/546  1937

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Derby Road, Swanwick to Greenhill Lane

West Hallam  Q/SB/9/547  1938

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Beech Road to Station Road, West Hallam

Burnaston and Etwall  Q/SB/9/548  1938

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath known as Brickhill Lane to Burnaston Lane in Burnaston and Etwall

Littleover  Q/SB/9/549  1938

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Normanton Lane to Valley Road, Littleover

Middleton-by-Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/550  1938

Contents:
Diversion of various footpaths near Hill Side, Sorrel Lane Engine House, Middleton-by-Wirksworth

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/551  1938

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from St Mary's Gate and Blind Lane to Canterbury Road, Wirksworth (near Anthony Gell School)

Ilkeston  Q/SB/9/552  1938

Contents:
Stopping up of highway Longfield Lane, Ilkeston to Quarry Hill Road, Ilkeston - no Order made

Ilkeston  Q/SB/9/553  1938

Contents:
Stopping up of highway leading from Stanton Road to Cavendish Road, Ilkeston

Ilkeston  Q/SB/9/554  1938

Contents:
Stopping up of highway leading from Pimlico, Ilkeston to New Lawn Road, Ilkeston

Ilkeston (no Order made)  Q/SB/9/555  1938

Contents:
Stopping up of highway leading from Field Road, Ilkeston to Cavendish Road, Ilkeston

Ilkeston (restricted to October Sessions)  Q/SB/9/556  1938

Contents:
Stopping up of highway leading from Longfield Lane, Ilkeston to Quarry Hill Road, Ilkeston

Matlock  Q/SB/9/557  1938

Contents:
Diversion of footpath leading from Matlock to Bakewell Road to Northwood Lane

Wormhill  Q/SB/9/558  1939

Contents:
Diversion of highway known as Longridge Lane, Wormhill

Chaddesden  Q/SB/9/559  1939

Contents:
Diversion of footpath along Marjorie Road, Wollaton Road, Chaddesden (missing since 1973)

Long Eaton  Q/SB/9/560  1939

Contents:
Stopping up of Oldham Street leading from Station Road to Frederick Street

Littleover  Q/SB/9/561  1939

Contents:
Diversion of Wilson Road, Littleover

Long Eaton  Q/SB/9/562  1939

Contents:
Stopping up of Nottingham Road, Long Eaton known as Nottingham Road Level Crossing

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/563  1943

Contents:
Diversion of highway leading from Sheffield Road to Lockoford Lane as extends from Sheffield Road opposite Nelson Street

Denby  Q/SB/9/564  1944

Contents:
Diversion and stopping up footpath leading from Salterwood to main road from Denby to Ripley

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/565  1944

Contents:
Diversion and stopping up highway leading from Greenhill at Wirksworth to Rise End at Middleton-by-Wirksworth

Shirebrook  Q/SB/9/566  1944

Contents:
Diversion and stopping up footpath leading from Tookholme Road to Wood Lane at Shirebrook

Shipley  Q/SB/9/567  1944

Contents:
Diversion or stopping up of public highway in the parish of Shipley (Roadway Shipley to Mapperley)

Ashbourne  Q/SB/9/568  1945

Contents:
Stopping up of public footpath leading from Park Road to Belper Road, Ashbourne

Chapel-en-le-Frith  Q/SB/9/569  1946

Contents:
Diversion and stopping up of footpath leading from railway bridge at Chapel Milton across land of Ferrodo Ltd to Hayfield Road, Chapel-en-le-Frith

Ault Hucknall, Scarcliffe  Q/SB/9/570  1946

Contents:
Diversion and stopping up of parts of footpath leading from Doe Lea to the lane leading from Heath to Palterton

Matlock  Q/SB/9/571  1946

Contents:
Diversion and stopping up of a highway in the parish of North Darley leading from Rowsley to Beeley

Swadlincote  Q/SB/9/572  1947

Contents:
Stopping up of highway commencing from Springfield Road and running in an easterly direction

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/573  1947

Contents:
Diversion of a highway at Middleton leading from Chapel Lane to Gipsy Lane

Clay Cross  Q/SB/9/574  1947

Contents:
Diversion stopping up footpath in Holmgate Road and terminating at a point in Mill Road, Clay Cross

Clay Cross  Q/SB/9/575  1947

Contents:
Stopping up two footpaths commencing in Holmgate Road

Clay Cross  Q/SB/9/576  1947

Contents:
Diversion and stopping up of a highway in Holmgate Road terminating in Coupe Lane

Wirksworth  Q/SB/9/577  1948

Contents:
Diversion and stopping up of footpaths leading from Cromford Road to the Arch under the Cromford High Peak Railway in the Urban District of Wirksworth

Eckington  Q/SB/9/578  1948

Contents:
New public highway in lieu of Ducksett Lane

Kingsterndale and Blackwell  Q/SB/9/579  1949

Contents:
New highway near Topley Pike (no plan)

Blackwell  Q/SB/9/580  1952

Contents:
Diversion of footpath from Newtonwood Lane to Hucknall Huthwaite

Beighton  Q/SB/9/581  1953

Contents:
Diversion of part of footpath from Fox Lane to Shire Brook

Ripley  Q/SB/9/582  1955

Contents:
Diversion of footpaths in Woodside and Elms Estates

Wilne and Shardlow  Q/SB/9/583  1961-1962

Contents:
Diversion of footpaths converging on Wilne Mills; new footbridge and path from Wilne to Shardlow

Dronfield  Q/SB/9/584  1965

Contents:
Highway closure, Upper School Lane

South Darley  Q/SB/9/585  1965

Contents:
Diversion, Stanton Lees to Oldfield Lane

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/586  1965

Contents:
Diversion of Brockwell Lane

Sinfin Lane  Q/SB/9/587  1966

Contents:
Stopping up of Moor Lane

Sandiacre  Q/SB/9/588  1966

Contents:
Diversion of Springfield Avenue

Oakerthorpe  Q/SB/9/589  1966

Contents:
Stopping up of Old Alfreton Road

Egginton  Q/SB/9/590  1967

Contents:
Stopping up of footpath from Duck Street to Fishpond Lane

Horsley  Q/SB/9/591  1967

Contents:
Stopping up of part of Lady Lea Road

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/592  1967

Contents:
Stopping up of Cross Brunswick Street and part of Albert Street

Sandiacre  Q/SB/9/593  1967

Contents:
Footpath no 7 Sandiacre - along the canal - stopped up and replaced

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/594  1968

Contents:
Stopping up of part of Church Lane

Clay Cross  Q/SB/9/595  1968

Contents:
Stopping up of part of King Street

Breadsall  Q/SB/9/596  1968

Contents:
Diversion of Ford Lane

Glossop  Q/SB/9/597  1969

Contents:
Stopping up of part of Oldham Street

Drakelow and Walton upon Trent  Q/SB/9/598  1969

Contents:
Stopping up of Class III highway - replaced by new length of road

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/599  1969

Contents:
Stopping up of part of Red Lane

Dronfield  Q/SB/9/600  1969

Contents:
Stopping up of part of Salisbury Road

Shardlow and Great Milne  Q/SB/9/601  1970

Contents:
Stopping up of unclassified highway from A6, 168 yards to River Trent

Dronfield  Q/SB/9/602  1970

Contents:
Stopping up part of Farwater Lane

North Wingfield  Q/SB/9/603  1970

Contents:
Stopping up parts of High Street and Stanley Street

Chesterfield  Q/SB/9/604  1970

Contents:
Stopping up of part of The Croft

Glossop  Q/SB/9/605  1969-1971

Contents:
Diversion of various paths including Castle Hill and Ellison Street

Ilkeston  Q/SB/9/606  1971

Contents:
Closure of part of Awsworth Road

Poor Rate Valuations and Assessments  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
These valuations and assessments may have been made when some dispute had arisen over previous assessments, although this is only certainly the case where Q/SC/1/10 and 1/11 are concerned. Appeal would be made to the justices when there was a dispute.

Calow  Q/SC/1/1  1729

Contents:
assessment giving name with sum of money and endorsed "A six lay" assessment by 8 named persons, allowed by justices Oct

Beard, Ollersett, Whittle and Thornsett in Bowden Middlecale  Q/SC/1/2  1768

Contents:
assessment for rate at 3d - farthing in the pound, giving names, properties and sums of money, Sep 1768, allowed by justices Oct 1768. Backed with part of the post-nuptial settlement of ?John Burdekyn and Margaret daughter of Edward Bouth of Budworth Cheshire, yeoman [temp Ch I]

Ilkeston  Q/SC/1/3  1778

Contents:
valuation made in pursuance of an order of last sessions, giving names of owners and occupiers, premises and annual value, Jul 1778. Valuation made by J Reynolds and R Smedley

Buxton  Q/SC/1/4  1781

Contents:
valuation made in pursuance of an order of sessions, giving proprietors, tenants, properties giving some field names, acreages, value per acre, annual value; summary at back, Apr 1781. Valuation made by Joshua Needham and Joseph Outram (Old number XIX)

Matlock  Q/SC/1/5  1784

Contents:
valuation made in pursuance of an order of sessions, Jul 1784. Giving owners, occupiers, valuation. Valuation made by George Barker and Joseph Outram

Ashover  Q/SC/1/6  1785

Contents:
valuation to enable the inhabitants to make an equal poor rate made in pursuance of an order of sessions, giving occupiers, owners, situation, valuation of old and new enclosed lands, value of houses, total annual value, Aug 1785. Valuation made by George Barker and Joseph Outram (Old number XIX 6)

Belper township  Q/SC/1/7  1802

Contents:
assessment giving occupiers, owners, nature of property, sum assessed, allowed by justices; followed by assessment of Mr Strutt's houses, giving occupiers, road name, assessment, allowed by justices Jul 1802 (Old number XIXb 7)

Holmesfield  Q/SC/1/8  1812

Contents:
rate assessment giving owners, occupiers, parcels ie fields giving names, houses etc acreages, rate assessed, followed by abstract giving tenants and rate assessed, frontispiece illustration, 1812. Assessment by John Nuttall and William Chrishop.

Calow  Q/SC/1/9  [early 19th cent]

Contents:
rate assessment giving owners, occupiers, parcels ie fields giving names, houses etc acreages, rate assessed, followed by abstract giving tenants and rate assessed, frontispiece illustration, [early 19th cent]. Assessment by John Nuttall (Old number XIXb 15)

Ashford  Q/SC/1/10  1815

Contents:
rate assessment, on front page is a copy of the order of Quarter Sessions, on John Bullock's appeal against the poor rate, for Mr James Dowland of Cuckney to make a new rate or assessment; assessment giving owners, occupiers and parcels including many field names, assessment at 8d in the pound, followed by an abstract giving occupiers, owners and assessment at 8d and at 2s in the pound, Oct 1815. (Old number XIXb 10)

Ashover  Q/SC/1/11  1819

Contents:
valuation and rate of the several farms and lands appealed against by William Wragg, giving owners, tenants, property including field names, acreages, total rate for each owner until page 18, index of names at front, Oct 1819. Valuation by James Dowland and Jos Gould

Whitwell  Q/SC/1/12  1826

Contents:
rate assessment giving owners, numbers, occupiers and parcels including field names, acreages, assessments at 10d in the £ total for each property, followed by an abstract giving occupiers, owners, acreages, assessments at 10d in the £, Jul 1826. Assessment made by J Whitaker of Norton, Nottinghamshire

Little Eaton  Q/SC/1/13  1836

Contents:
rate assessment, giving occupier, proprietors, description of property, annual valuation, rate at 1s 3d in the pound, May 1836. Assessment made by W L Clowes and Lorenzo Hall

Records relating to tithe, particularly corn rents  Q/SD  [n.d.]


Related information: Certificates of redemption of tithe rents are to be found with the relevant enclosure awards, see Q/RI/17 (Beighton) Q/RIc8 (Church Broughton) Q/RI/87 (Snelston) and Q/RI/103 (Whittington)

Contents:
The documents listed below are of 2 kinds, perhaps placed together in the 19th century.
The first item Q/SD/1/1 appears to have been acquired as a reference work and those numbered Q/SD/1/2-3 are documents apparently to provide information, presumably for the magistrates and clerk of the Court.
The remaining documents relate to the ascertainment (or calculation) of corn rents, payable in lieu of tithe under certain enclosure awards. The amount to be paid was to be ascertained by reference to the average price of a bushel (often a Winchester bushel) of good, marketable wheat over the previous 14 years (or 5 years in the case of Snelston). The ascertainments would be periodically recalculated on a request made to the Court of Quarter Sessions. This then appointed valuers on the basis of whose report a variation order might be made. A few papers relating to the redemption of corn rents are also included in these documents.

General  Q/SD/1  [n.d.]

The Laws respecting Tithes, by the author of The Laws of Landlord and Tenant, London. In envelope marked 3  Q/SD/1/1  1801

Volume labelled Register of purchase of Tithes 1802-5 and numbered Box XXX (8)  Q/SD/1/2  c.1805

Contents:
Contains abstracts of deeds relating to conveyance of tithes in the parish of Dronfield including Apperknowle, Coal Aston, Stubley, Unstone and Woodhouse, principally in 1802, but also in 1799, 1803 and 1805 The abstracts give date, name of person, consideration [purchase price] and detail of property from which tithes arise; whether the named person is the purchaser or seller of the tithes is not indicated

[no title or date]  Q/SD/1/3

Contents:
Return of land and money payments assigned in lieu of tithes under enclosure awards, stating parish, acreages or money involved and impropriators' names, in envelope numbered 89 Locker 29

Beighton Corn Rents  Q/SD/2  nd, 1826-1828

Contents:
Schedules found together numbered Locker 27 30

Volume, containing a schedule of the average corn rents for the last 14 years as directed by Beighton Inclosure Act  Q/SD/2/1  nd

Contents:
it covers Birley, Beighton and Hackenthorpe, giving names, number on plan (missing), field names, acreages, vicar's and impropriators corn rents and at end, totals of rents and composition collected

Volume containing account of corn rents and fixed payments for tithes in the parish of Beighton for 14 years from 13 Feb 1826  Q/SD/2/2  1826-1828

Contents:
It opens with the report of arbitrators appointed to ascertain the average price of a Winchester Bushel of wheat in Derbyshire in the 14 years from 13 Feb 1812, giving also the average price for the preceding 14 years, 29 Jul 1826. Gives similar detail to Q/SD/2/1. Deposited with the deputy clerk of the peace 11 Jan 1828

Extract from the Beighton Enclosure Act of 36 Geo IV 1795  Q/SD/2/3  [n.d.]

Papers relating to inquiry into the average price of a Winchester Bushel of wheat in Derbyshire during the 14 year period preceding Easter Quarter Sessions 1826, including a copy of The London Gazette (date missing)  Q/SD/2/4/1-4  23 Mar-31 Jul 1826

Papers relating to ascertainment of price of wheat as above  Q/SD/2/5/1-4  Jan-Jun 1840

Papers relating to ascertainment of price of wheat as above  Q/SD/2/6/1-2  Apr-Jun 1854

[no title]  Q/SD/2/7  1926-1940

Contents:
File of papers relating to redemption of corn rents, Apr-Dec 1926 and to ascertainment of corn values 1926-1927, 1934-1935, Jan-Apr 1940

[no title]  Q/SD/2/8  17 Aug 1926

Contents:
Certified copy of order relating to corn rent made 27 Jun 1854,

[no title]  Q/SD/2/9  14 Dec 1926

Contents:
Certified copies of orders relating to corn rents made 1812, 1826 and 1840

[no title]  Q/SD/2/10-12  1940

Contents:
File of papers consisting of copy of notice of application for ascertainment of price of wheat in Derbyshire for last 14 years, 8 Jan, appointment of valuers, 3 Apr, copies of report, 28 Jun and of variation order (not dated)

[no title]  Q/SD/2/13-14  1940

Contents:
Report on price of wheat as in Q/SD/2/10-12, 28 Jun and resolution of Quarter Sessions, Jul

[no title]  Q/SD/2/15  1940

Contents:
Correspondence concerning order for variation of corn rents, Jul-Sep

[no title]  Q/SD/2/16  20th cent

Contents:
Undated ? draft minute to the effect that there was no jurisdiction to make an order for reascertaining Beighton Corn Rents and accordingly none was made

Eckington Corn Rents  Q/SD/3  [n.d.]

Documents relating to the ascertainment of the average price of a Winchester Bushel of wheat in Derbyshire during the 14 years preceding Easter Sessions, Apr-Jul  Q/SD/3/1-2  1833

File relating to ascertainment as 1833, preceding Easter Sessions 1958, Nov 1957-Aug 1958 and including draft paper of Jun 1952 on same subject  Q/SD/3/3  1952, 1957-1958

Snelston Corn Rents  Q/SD/4  [n.d.]

Report to Justices of the Peace from the Clerk of the Peace relating to ascertainment of average price of a bushel of wheat as returned in the London Gazette for Gainsborough for five years preceding 25 Mar 1832  Q/SD/4/1  1832

Contents:
with schedule to show increase to be made in yearly rents paid as under Snelston Inclosure Award (7 Geo IV) Jul.
The schedule gives proprietors as 3 May 1828, number on award plan, field names, acreages, corn rents to 25 Mar 1832, increase in rents. Totals of corn rents are given in the preamble to the schedule

Bundle marked No 1 Box 29 Report to the Clerk of the Peace relating to ascertainment of average price of a bushel of wheat as returned in the London Gazette for Gainsborough for five years preceding 25 Mar 1883  Q/SD/4/2/1  1887

Contents:
with schedule giving numbers as on plan, field names, proprietors as in enclosure award, former ?proprietors/tenants, acreages, corn rents "as varied"

Calculations relating to Q/SD/4/2/1  Q/SD/4/2/2  [n.d.]

File of papers relating to ascertainment of price of wheat (as above) in 1917, 1922, 1927, 1947 and 1952 with orders of court 1917, 1922 and 1947  Q/SD/4/3  1917-1952

Contents:
varying corn rents and accompanying schedules giving information similar to above. Numbered 5

File relating to variations of corn rents for Norbury with Snelston including order varying corn rents and schedule 1952  Q/SD/4/4  1952-1957

Whittington Corn Rents  Q/SD/5  [n.d.]

Notice of intent to apply for ascertainment of average price of a Winchester bushel of wheat in England in last 14 years, Jan  Q/SD/5/1/1  1836

Contents:
Signed by 13 persons, proprietors of land in Whittington

Report as under Q/SD/5/1/1 and under Whittington Inclosure Act of 2 Geo IV Jun  Q/SD/5/1/2  1836

[no title]  Q/SD/5/2/1-3  1952-1954

Contents:
File of papers relating to ascertainment of average price of a Winchester bushel of wheat in last 14 years, 1952 and relating to corn rent said to be payable in respect of Ashcroft Farm, Old Whittington 1954

Minutes  Q/SM  [n.d.]

Minutes of Sessions  Q/SM/1  1704-1888

Contents:
Volumes sometimes labelled minutes of sessions. These volumes appear to be the draft minutes from which the Order Books (Q/SO/1) were compiled.

Minutes: Jul 3 Anne [1704] - Jan 1720/21  Q/SM/1/1  1704-1721

Conditions of access: unfit for use

Minutes  Q/SM/1/2  Apr 1721-Aug 1740

Conditions of access: unfit for use

Minutes  Q/SM/1/3  Oct 1740-May 1753

Conditions of access: unfit for use

Minutes  Q/SM/1/4  Jul 1753-Jan 1768

Conditions of access: unfit for use

Minutes  Q/SM/1/5  Apr 1768-Oct 1779

Conditions of access: unfit for use

Minutes  Q/SM/1/6  Jan 1780-Apr 1787

Minutes  Q/SM/1/7  Jul 1787-Apr 1795

Conditions of access: unfit for use

Minutes  Q/SM/1/8  Jul 1795-Jan 1806

Conditions of access: unfit for use

Minutes  Q/SM/1/9  Apr 1806-Jul 1815

Minutes  Q/SM/1/10  Oct 1815-Jan 1821

Minutes  Q/SM/1/11  May 1821-Oct 1826

Conditions of access: unfit for use

Minutes  Q/SM/1/12  Jan 1827-Apr 1831

Minutes  Q/SM/1/13  Jun 1831-Apr 1837

Minutes  Q/SM/1/14  Jun 1837-Oct 1844

Minutes  Q/SM/1/15  Jan 1845-Oct 1856

Minutes  Q/SM/1/16  Jan 1857-Oct 1873

Minutes  Q/SM/1/17  Jan 1874-Oct 1888

Minutes of indictments  Q/SM/2  1711/12- 1867

Contents:
These contain names of persons indicted, offence, plea (sometimes), judgement and sentence, but in the last minute book there is less detail than in earlier books.

Minutes of indictments  Q/SM/2/1  Jan 1711/12-Apr 1728

Contents:
Indexed at back

Minutes of indictments  Q/SM/2/2  Jul 1728-Jan 1769

Minutes of indictments  Q/SM/2/3  Apr 1770-Apr 1799

Minutes of indictments  Q/SM/2/4  Oct 1799-Oct 1822

Minutes of indictments  Q/SM/2/5  Jan 1823-Oct 1833

Minutes of indictments  Q/SM/2/6  Dec 1833-Oct 1844

Minutes of indictments  Q/SM/2/7  Dec 1844-Oct 1856

List of fees payable for indictments  Q/SM/2/7/1  [n.d.]

Minutes of indictments  Q/SM/2/8  Jan 1857-Jul 1867

Recognisance books  Q/SM/3  1740-1851

Contents:
These give names, reason for recognisance (bond) sometimes in some detail and sum in which bound

Recognisance books  Q/SM/3/1  Jul 1740-Easter 1758

Recognisance books  Q/SM/3/2  Oct 1758-Jan 1777

Recognisance books  Q/SM/3/3  Apr 1777-Oct 1783

Recognisance books  Q/SM/3/4  Epiphany 1784-Jul 1791

Recognisance books  Q/SM/3/5  Oct 1791-Aug 1804

Recognisance books  Q/SM/3/6  Oct 1804-Oct 1815

Recognisance books  Q/SM/3/7  Jan 1816-Jul 1822

Recognisance books  Q/SM/3/8  Oct 1822-Jan 1831

Recognisance books  Q/SM/3/9  Apr 1831-Apr 1840

Recognisance books  Q/SM/3/10  Jun 1840-Apr 1851

Order Books and associated documents  Q/SO  [n.d.]

Order Book  Q/SO/1  [1682]-1971

Conditions of access: The following order books are on microfiche Q/SO/1/1 - 1/43, Easter 1782 - Jun 1853

Supplementary information: Indexes to the contents of the Order Books are available as follows:-
Bastardy orders in Q/SO/1/1 - 1/10, Easter 1682 - Easter 1784
Bastardy orders in Q/SO/1/11 - 1/15, Translation 1784 - Michaelmas 1800
Transportation orders in Q/SO/1/11 - 1/45, Translation 1784 - June 1857
Magistrates' local convictions in Q/SO/1/13 - 1/28, Epiphany 1792 - Easter 1830
Convictions for weights and measures offences in Q/SO/1/14 - 1/15, 1798

Contents:
These contain the formal orders of the Justices of the Peace relating to judicial cases, administrative matters and oversight of local government, often in judicial form, including oversight of the poor and settlement laws from 1889, the County Council took over Quarter Sessions administrative responsibilities. There were four Sessions a year, Epiphany held at the end of December or early in January, Easter, Translation (Midsummer) held in June or July and Michaelmas normally held in October.

Order Book: Easter 34 Ch II [1682] - Epiphany Jan 1 Anne [1703]  Q/SO/1/1  1682-1703

Order Book: Easter 2 Anne [1703] - Translation 2 Geo [1716]  Q/SO/1/2  1703-1716

Order Book: Michaelmas 3 Geo [1716] - Easter 1726  Q/SO/1/3  1716-1726

Order Book: Translation 12 Geo [1726] - Easter 1741  Q/SO/1/4  1726-1741

Order Book: Translation 1741 - Translation 1748  Q/SO/1/5  1741-1748

Order Book: Michaelmas 1748 - Epiphany 1754  Q/SO/1/6  1748-1754

Order Book: Easter 1754 - Translation 1768  Q/SO/1/7  1754-1768

Order Book: Michaelmas 1768 - Translation 1774  Q/SO/1/8  1768-1774

Order Book: Michaelmas 1774 - Epiphany 1780  Q/SO/1/9  1774-1780

Order Book: Easter 1780 - Easter 1784  Q/SO/1/10  1780-1784

Order Book: Translation 1784 - Michaelmas 1788  Q/SO/1/11  1784-1788

Order Book: Epiphany 1789 - Michaelmas 1791  Q/SO/1/12  1789-1791

Order Book: Epiphany 1792 - Epiphany 1795  Q/SO/1/13  1792-1795

Order Book: Easter 1795 - Easter 1798  Q/SO/1/14  1795-1798

Order Book: Translation 1798 - Michaelmas 1800  Q/SO/1/15  1798-1800

Order Book: Epiphany 1801 - Translation 1803  Q/SO/1/16  1801-1803

Order Book: Michaelmas 1803 - Michaelmas 1806  Q/SO/1/17  1803-1806

Order Book: Epiphany 1807 - Michaelmas 1809  Q/SO/1/18  1807-1809

Order Book: Epiphany 1810 - Translation 1812  Q/SO/1/19  1810-1812

Order Book: Michaelmas 1812 - Easter 1815  Q/SO/1/20  1812-1815

Order Book: Translation 1815 - Translation 1817  Q/SO/1/21  1815-1817

Order Book: Michaelmas 1817 - Michaelmas 1819  Q/SO/1/22  1817-1819

Order Book: Epiphany 1820 - Epiphany 1822  Q/SO/1/23  1820-1822

Order Book: Easter 1822 - Translation 1823  Q/SO/1/24  1822-1823

Order Book: Michaelmas 1823 - Translation 1825  Q/SO/1/25  1823-1825

Order Book: Michaelmas 1825 - Translation 1827  Q/SO/1/26  1825-1827

Order Book: Michaelmas 1827 - Epiphany 1829  Q/SO/1/27  1827-1829

Order Book: Easter 1829 - Easter 1830  Q/SO/1/28  1829-1830

Order Book: Translation 1830 - June 1831  Q/SO/1/29  1830-1831

Order Book  Q/SO/1/30  Oct 1831-Jan 1833

Order Book  Q/SO/1/31  Apr 1833-Apr 1834

Order Book  Q/SO/1/32  Jul 1834-Oct 1835

Order Book  Q/SO/1/33  Jan 1836-Jan 1837

Order Book  Q/SO/1/34  Apr 1837-Jan 1838

Order Book  Q/SO/1/35  Apr 1838-Apr 1839

Order Book  Q/SO/1/36  Jul 1839-Jun 1840

Order Book  Q/SO/1/37  Oct 1840-Oct 1841

Order Book  Q/SO/1/38  Jan 1842-Apr 1843

Order Book  Q/SO/1/39  Jun 1843-Oct 1844

Order Book  Q/SO/1/40  Jan 1845-Oct 1846

Order Book  Q/SO/1/41  Jan 1847-Oct 1848

Order Book  Q/SO/1/42  Jan 1849-Dec 1850

Order Book  Q/SO/1/43  Apr 1851-Jun 1853

Order Book  Q/SO/1/44  Oct 1853-Jul 1855

Order Book  Q/SO/1/45  Oct 1855-Jun 1857

Order Book  Q/SO/1/46  Oct 1857-Jan 1859

Order Book  Q/SO/1/47  Apr 1859-Jan 1862

Order Book  Q/SO/1/48  Apr 1862-Apr 1866

Order Book  Q/SO/1/49  Apr 1866-Jun 1869

Order Book  Q/SO/1/50  Oct 1869-Aug 1872

Order Book  Q/SO/1/51  Oct 1872-Jun 1875

Order Book  Q/SO/1/52  Oct 1875-Oct 1878

Order Book  Q/SO/1/53  Oct 1878-Jun 1881

Order Book  Q/SO/1/54  Oct 1881-Oct 1883

Order Book  Q/SO/1/55  Jan 1884-Jan 1887

Order Book  Q/SO/1/56  Jan 1887-Jan 1891

Order Book  Q/SO/1/57  Apr 1891-Apr 1896

Order Book  Q/SO/1/58  Jul 1896-Jan 1900

Order Book  Q/SO/1/59  Apr 1900-Oct 1901

Order Book  Q/SO/1/60  Jan 1902-Jun 1905

Order Book  Q/SO/1/61  Jun 1905-Jun 1911

Order Book  Q/SO/1/62  Jun 1911-Jan 1918

Order Book  Q/SO/1/63  Apr 1918-Jan 1927

Order Book  Q/SO/1/64  Jan 1927-Apr 1932

Order Book  Q/SO/1/65  Jul 1932-Apr 1939

Order Book  Q/SO/1/66  Apr 1939-Jan 1949

Order Book  Q/SO/1/67  Jan 1949-Mar 1949

Order Book  Q/SO/1/68  Jul 1949-Dec 1959

Order Book  Q/SO/1/69  Jan 1960-Dec 1967

Order Book  Q/SO/1/70  Jan 1968-Dec 1971

Orders of Sessions  Q/SO/2  1826-1881

Contents:
Volumes, at first in manuscript but from Easter 1831 printed, containing orders relating to administrative matters. The manuscript section is fuller than the printed section of the first volume and the later printed volumes. These may have been compiled from the Order Books (Q/SO/1/26-54) and are identical to the series numbered Q/SO/3/1-8 from 1831.

Orders of Sessions  Q/SO/2/1  Apr 1826-Oct 1860

Orders of Sessions: including manuscript additions  Q/SO/2/2  Apr 1831-Oct 1859

Orders of Sessions  Q/SO/2/3  Jan 1860-Oct 1881

"Minutes of Proceedings"  Q/SO/3  1831-1949

Contents:
Printed volumes stamped Minutes of Proceedings, identical to the printed parts of the series called 'Orders of Sessions (Q/SO/2/1-3). They consist of orders relating to administrative matters, indexed. They appear to have been compiled from the Order Books (Q/SO/1/30 - 67) and not to be minute books in the normally accepted sense.

Minutes of Proceedings  Q/SO/3/1  Apr 1831-Apr 1851

Minutes of Proceedings  Q/SO/3/2  Jul 1851-Apr 1871

Minutes of Proceedings  Q/SO/3/3  Jun 1871-Jan 1891

Minutes of Proceedings  Q/SO/3/4  Jan 1891-Apr 1902

Minutes of Proceedings  Q/SO/3/5  Jul 1902-Jan 1920

Minutes of Proceedings  Q/SO/3/6  Apr 1920-Oct 1932

Minutes of Proceedings  Q/SO/3/7  Jan 1933-Oct 1940

Minutes of Proceedings  Q/SO/3/8  Jan 1941-Jun 1949

Calendars of Prisoners  Q/SP  [n.d.]

Arrangement: The calendars (lists) of prisoners were probably originally part of the sessions bundles, but the bundles were broken up in the late 19thc and the constituent papers rearranged according to type of document. It seems probable that many of the bundles listed here were created out of this dispersal of the contents of the sessions bundles.
From at least 1830, more than one copy of each calendar was printed and, from the 2 bound volumes of calendars annotated with expenses in the cases, it is evident that separate copies were used for different purposes. There may, therefore, be 2 or more series of mid-19thc calendars represented here, one or more of which may not have been part of the sessions bundles. In addition, there are other series of papers having a connection with the calendars.


Contents:
From 1761, prisoners in the goal and all the houses of correction are normally given, but the lists are not complete.
The manuscript calendars and early printed calendars give name, offence, and usually by whom and when committed [to gaol or house of correction].
From 1819, columns are added for age and sentence, but the sentence is not always given in 1819 and the 1820s, and is not noted at all in the calendars of those who are to take their trials from 1830. However, sentences are given in the calendars of those who have taken their trials (later called Sentences of the prisoners) which first appear in 1830.
The level of literacy is given from June 1835 and from January 1854 columns are provided for the prisoner's trade and stages in the case.
Note that until Jan 1826, the Calendars referred to prisoners in the Gaol and Houses of Correction but from Apr 1826-Jan 1828 to prisoners in the Gaols and from Apr 1829 to prisoners in the Gaol.

Calendar for ?1 sessions only, giving names, usually where taken [arrested], details of offence not noted. In the time of Elizabeth but not otherwise dated. (Old number Box IX 1)  Q/SP/1/1  [1558-1603]

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/2  [1694]-1758

Contents:
File (Old number Box IX 2)

Calendar of Prisoners: including names of jurors, values of stolen goods  Q/SP/2/1  [1694]

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/2/2  1729/30

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar of Prisoners: prisoners in the County Gaol  Q/SP/2/3  Apr 1730

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/2/4  Oct 1731

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar of Prisoners: Epiphany 1736/7 prisoners in the Gaol  Q/SP/2/5  1736/7

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar of Prisoners: 1736/1737 list of prisoners in the custody of Thomas Thacker bailiff of the Liberty of the Hundred of Scarsdale, on 1 Jan last, list delivered to justices Jul 1737  Q/SP/2/6  1736/7

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar of Prisoners: prisoners in County Gaol (no sessions given), Houses of Correction at Ashbourne (? sessions), Tideswell and Wirksworth (October)  Q/SP/2/7-10  1749

Calendar of Prisoners: Jul 1756 prisoners in the Houses of Correction at Ashbourne, Chesterfield and Wirksworth  Q/SP/2/11-13  1756

Calendar of Prisoners: Oct 1756 prisoners in the House of Correction at Tideswell  Q/SP/2/14  1756

Calendar of Prisoners: Apr 1757 prisoners in the County Gaol and House of Correction at Wirksworth  Q/SP/2/15-16  1757

Calendar of Prisoners: Oct 1757 prisoners in the County Gaol  Q/SP/2/17  1757

Calendar of Prisoners: Epiphany 1758 prisoners in the House of Correction at Tideswell: relates to events in 1756 but is endorsed in contemporary hand Epiphany 1758  Q/SP/2/18  1758

Calendar of Prisoners: Apr 1758 prisoners in the House of Correction at Wirksworth  Q/SP/2/19  1758

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/3  1761-1769

Contents:
File labelled calendars of the Prisoners who took their trial at... Quarter Sessions... 1760 to 1769, containing bundles, generally for one year, of calendars of prisoners in the County Gaol and the Houses of Correction in Ashbourne, Chesterfield, Tideswell and Wirksworth and the (County) House of Correction at Derby. There is no bundle for 1760 and bundles have not been checked for completeness.

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/3/1  1761

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/3/2  1762

Supplementary information: Index available

Contents:
including a calendar of prisoners in the Gaol to appear at the Sessions of Jan 1763, but dated 22 Dec 1762

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/3/3  1763

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/3/4  1764-1765

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/3/5  1766

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/3/6-7  1767

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/3/8  1768

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/3/9  1769

Calendars of Prisoners: Bundle as Q/SP/3 but labelled 1770-1779  Q/SP/4  1770-1779

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/4/1  1770

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/4/2  1771

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/4/3  1772

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/4/4  1773

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/4/5  1774

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/4/6  1775

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/4/7  1776

Contents:
no calendars for Ashbourne, Chesterfield or Tideswell

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/4/8  1777

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/4/9  1778

Contents:
no calendars for Ashbourne or Tideswell

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/4/10  1779

Calendars of Prisoners  Q/SP/5  1780-1789

several bundles have fallen apart

Conditions of access: Bundle as Q/SP/3 but labelled 1780-1789

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/5/1  1780

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/5/2/1-25  1781

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/5/3  1782

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/5/4/1-22  1783

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/5/5/1-22  1784

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/5/6  1785

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/5/7/1-22  1786

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/5/8/1-23  1787

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/5/9  1788

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/5/10/1-2  1789

Calendars of Prisoners  Q/SP/6  1790-1799

most bundles have fallen apart

Contents:
Bundle as Q/SP/3 but labelled 1790-1799

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/6/1/1-24  1790

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/6/2/1-21  1791

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/6/3/1-16  1792

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/6/4/1-8  1793

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/6/5/1-3  1794

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/6/6  1795

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/6/7/1-22  1797

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/6/8/1-19  1797

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/6/9/1-17  1798

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/6/10/1-9  1799

Contents:
In April the calendars are first printed and seem to be Intended to include prisoners in all Houses of Correction, but not the gaol

Calendars of Prisoners: Bundle labelled Calendars of the Prisoners who took their trial at the several Quarter Sessions... 1800 to 1809, and consisting of printed calendars of prisoners who are to take their trials, one for each Sessions normally covering prisoners in the Gaol and Houses of Correction  Q/SP/7  1800-1809

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/7/1-4  1800

Contents:
(Jan calendar does not include prisoners in the Gaol)

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/7/5-8  1801

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/7/9-12  1802

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/7/13-16  1803

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/7/17-20  1804

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/7/21-24  1805

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/7/25-28  1806

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/7/29-32  1807

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/7/33-36  1808

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/7/37-40  1809

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/8  1810-1819

Contents:
Bundle as Q/SP/7

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/8/1-4  1810

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/8/5-8  1811

Contents:
two calendars for January 1811 but one is certainly for 1812 and has been numbered Q/SP/8/9

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/8/9-12  1812

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/8/13-16  1813

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/8/17-20  1814

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/8/21-24  1815

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/8/25-28  1816

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/8/29-32  1817

Calendar of Prisoners: Aug 1818 is the last in which the Houses of Correction are specified  Q/SP/8/33-36  1818

Calendar of Prisoners: Convictions from Jul  Q/SP/8/37-40  1819

Calendars of Prisoners  Q/SP/9  1820-1829

Contents:
Bundle as Q/SP/7 (old number Box IX 9)

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/9/1-4  1820

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/9/5-8  1821

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/9/9-12  1822

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/9/13-16  1823

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/9/17-20  1824

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/9/21-24  1825

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/9/25-28  1826

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/9/29-32  1827

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/9/33-36  1828

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/9/37-39  Jan, Jul and Oct 1829

Calendars of Prisoners  Q/SP/10  1830-1839

Contents:
Bundle as Q/SP/7 until and including Jan 1836. In Apr 1836, the calendar is of those who have taken their trials and is headed "Sentences of the Prisoners". The remainder of the bundle consists of Sentences of Prisoners (as Apr 1836) except for 2 calendars

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/10/1-4  1830

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/10/5-8  1831

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/10/9-12  1832

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/10/13-16  1833

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/10/17-20  Dec 1833-1834

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/10/21-24  1835

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar  Q/SP/10/25  Jan 1836

Supplementary information: Index available

Sentences  Q/SP/10/26  Apr 1836

Supplementary information: Index available

Sentences  Q/SP/10/27  Jun 1836

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar  Q/SP/10/28  Oct 1836

Supplementary information: Index available

Sentences  Q/SP/10/29  Jan 1837

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar  Q/SP/10/30  Apr 1831

Supplementary information: Index available

Sentences  Q/SP/10/31  Jun 1837

Supplementary information: Index available

Sentences  Q/SP/10/32  Oct 1837

Supplementary information: Index available

Sentences  Q/SP/10/33  Jan 1838

Supplementary information: Index available

Sentences  Q/SP/10/34  Apr 1838

Supplementary information: Index available

Sentences  Q/SP/10/35  Jul 1838

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar  Q/SP/10/36  Oct 1838

Supplementary information: Index available

Sentences  Q/SP/10/37  Jan 1839

Sentences  Q/SP/10/38  Apr 1839

Sentences  Q/SP/10/39  Jul 1839

Sentences  Q/SP/10/40  Oct 1839

Calanders of Prisoners  Q/SP/11  1839-1849

Contents:
Bundle principally consisting of calendars of those who have taken their trials (sentences) and some calendars to take their trials (old number Box IX 11)

Sentences  Q/SP/11/1  Dec 1839

Calendar  Q/SP/11/2  Apr 1840

Sentences  Q/SP/11/3  Jun 1840

Sentences  Q/SP/11/4  Oct 1840

Sentences  Q/SP/11/5  Jan 1841

Calendar  Q/SP/11/6  Apr 1841

Sentences  Q/SP/11/7  Jun 1841

Sentences  Q/SP/11/8  Oct 1841

Sentences  Q/SP/11/9-12  Jan-Oct 1842

Sentences  Q/SP/11/13-16  Jan-Oct 1843

Sentences  Q/SP/11/17-20  Jan-Oct 1844

Sentences  Q/SP/11/21-24  Dec 1844-Oct 1845

Sentences  Q/SP/11/25-28  Jan-Oct 1846

Sentences  Q/SP/11/29-31  Jan-Jun 1847

Calendar  Q/SP/11/32  Oct 1847

Sentences  Q/SP/11/33-36  Jan-Oct 1848

Sentences  Q/SP/11/37-40  Jan-Oct 1849

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/12  1850-1856

Contents:
Bundle containing calendars of those to take their trials and sentences of the prisoners sometimes called calendars of prisoners tried but calendar is used in this list only for those to take their trial, with 2 items relating to Derby Borough Sessions (old number Bundle IX 12)

Sentences  Q/SP/12/1-3  Jan-Jul 1850

Calendar for Derby Borough  Q/SP/12/4  Jul 1850

Sentences  Q/SP/12/5  Oct 1850

Sentences  Q/SP/12/6  Dec 1850

Calendar and sentences  Q/SP/12/7-8  Apr 1851

Sentences  Q/SP/12/9  Jul 1851

Sentences for Derby Borough  Q/SP/12/10  Oct 1851

Sentences  Q/SP/12/11-14  Jan-Oct 1852

Sentences  Q/SP/12/15-17  Jan-Jun 1853

Sentences  Q/SP/12/18-20  Jan-Apr, Oct 1854

Calendars  Q/SP/12/21-23  Jan-Jul 1855

Sentences  Q/SP/12/24-25  Jan-Apr 1856

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/13  1860-1869

Contents:
Bundle of sentences of the prisoners (old number Bundle IX 13)

[no title]  Q/SP/13/1-3  Jan, Jul, Oct 1860

[no title]  Q/SP/13/4  Jan 1861

[no title]  Q/SP/13/5  Jun 1863

[no title]  Q/SP/13/6-8  Jan-Oct 1864

[no title]  Q/SP/13/9-13  Jan-Oct 1865

[no title]  Q/SP/13/14-17  Jan-Oct 1866

[no title]  Q/SP/13/18-20  Jan, Jul-Oct 1867

[no title]  Q/SP/13/21-23  Apr-Oct 1868

[no title]  Q/SP/13/24-26  Jan-Jun 1869

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/14  1830-1848


Related information: See also P14/139

Contents:
Bundle of calendars of those to take their trails and sentences of the prisoners with some for Assizes and the Borough of Derby (old number Box 20 4)

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/14/1-2  Apr 1830

Calendars (2), sentences  Q/SP/14/3-5  Jul 1830

Calendars (2)  Q/SP/14/6-7  Oct 1830

Calendars  Q/SP/14/8  Jan 1831

Sentences  Q/SP/14/9  Apr 1831

Calendar  Q/SP/14/10  Jun 1831

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/14/11-12  Oct 1831

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/14/13-14  Jan 1832

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/14/15-16  Apr 1832

Sentences  Q/SP/14/17  Jul 1832

Sentences  Q/SP/14/18  Oct 1832

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/14/19-20  Jan 1833

Sentences  Q/SP/14/21  Apr 1833

Sentences  Q/SP/14/22  Jul 1833

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/14/23-24  Oct 1833

Sentences  Q/SP/14/25  Dec 1833

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/14/26  Mar 1834

Supplementary information: Index available

Sentences (2)  Q/SP/14/27-28  Apr 1834

Sentences  Q/SP/14/29  Jul 1834

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/14/30  Jul 1834

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar, sentences (2)  Q/SP/14/31-33  Oct 1834

Calendar, sentences (2)  Q/SP/14/34-36  Jan 1835

Calendar, sentences (2)  Q/SP/14/37-39  Apr 1835

Calendars (2), sentences  Q/SP/14/40-42  Jun 1835

Calendars (2), sentences  Q/SP/14/43-45  Oct 1835

Calendar, sentences (2)  Q/SP/14/46-48  Jan 1836

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/14/49  Mar 1836

Supplementary information: Index available

Sentences (2)  Q/SP/14/50-51  Apr 1836

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/14/52-53  Jun 1836

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/14/54  Jul 1836

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar, sentences (2)  Q/SP/14/55-57  Oct 1836

Calendar, sentences (2)  Q/SP/14/58-60  Jan 1837

Sentences  Q/SP/14/61  Apr 1837

Sentences (2)  Q/SP/14/62-63  Jun 1837

Sentences for Derby Borough  Q/SP/14/64  Jul 1837

Sentences (2)  Q/SP/14/65-66  Oct 1837

Sentences  Q/SP/14/67-69  Jan, Jul-Oct 1839

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/14/70  Mar 1840

Supplementary information: Index available

Sentences  Q/SP/14/71-73  Apr-Oct 1840

Calendar  Q/SP/14/74  Jan 1841

Sentences  Q/SP/14/75-76  Jun-Oct 1841

Calendar  Q/SP/14/77  Jan 1842

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/14/78  Mar 1842

Sentences  Q/SP/14/79-81  Apr-Oct 1842

Calendars (2), sentences  Q/SP/14/82-84  Jan 1843

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/14/85  Mar 1843

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/14/86-87  Jun 1843

Calendar, sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/14/88-89  Jul 1843

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/14/90-91  Oct 1843

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/14/92  Dec 1843

Calendars (2)  Q/SP/14/93-94  Jan 1844

Calendars (2), sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/14/95-97  Mar 1844

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar  Q/SP/14/98  Apr 1844

Sentences for Derby Borough  Q/SP/14/99  Apr 1844

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/14/100-101  Jul 1844

Calendar, sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/14/102-103  Jul 1844

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/14/104-105  Oct 1844

Calendar, sentences for Special Gaol Delivery  Q/SP/14/106-107  Dec 1844

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/14/108-109  Dec 1844

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/14/110  Mar 1845

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/14/111-112  Apr 1845

Calendar, sentences (2)  Q/SP/14/113-115  Jul 1845

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/14/116  Jul 1845

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar  Q/SP/14/117  Oct 1845

Calendar  Q/SP/14/118-119  Jan 1846

Calendar, sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/14/120-121  Mar 1846

Supplementary information: Index available

Sentences for Derby Borough  Q/SP/14/122  Apr 1846

Calendar  Q/SP/14/123  Apr 1846

Calendar  Q/SP/14/124  Jun 1846

Sentences for Derby Borough  Q/SP/14/125  Jul 1846

Calendar, sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/14/126-127  Jul 1846

Supplementary information: Index available

Sentences for Derby Borough  Q/SP/14/128  Oct 1846

Calendar  Q/SP/14/129  Jan 1847

Sentences for Derby Borough  Q/SP/14/130  Jan 1847

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/14/131-132  Apr 1847

Sentences for Derby Borough  Q/SP/14/133  Jul 1847

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/14/134  Jul 1847

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/14/135-136  Oct 1847

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/14/137-138  Jan 1848

Account of the keeper of the prison at Derby: quarterly return to the justices of the peace of fines, penalties and money received by the keeper and how applied, 3 Jul 1877-16 Oct 1877  Q/SP/14/139  1877

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/15  1848-1853

Contents:
As Q/SP/14 (old number Box 20 37)

Calendar, sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/15/1-2  Mar 1848

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/15/3-4  Apr 1848

Sentences for Derby  Q/SP/15/5  Apr 1848

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/15/6-7  Jun 1848

Calendar, sentences for Derby Borough  Q/SP/15/8-9  Jul 1848

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/15/10  Jul 1848

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/15/11-12  Oct 1848

Calendar for Derby Borough  Q/SP/15/13  Oct 1848

Calendar  Q/SP/15/14  Jan 1849

Sentences for Derby Borough  Q/SP/15/15  Jan 1849

Calendar, sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/15/16-17  Mar 1849

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/15/18-19  Apr 1849

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/15/20-21  Jul 1849

Calendar, sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/15/22-23  Jul 1849

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/15/24-25  Oct 1849

Abstract of expenditure at the County Prison, Derby year ending 25 Aug 1849  Q/SP/15/26  1849

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/15/27  Mar 1850

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/15/28-29  Apr 1850

Calendar  Q/SP/15/30  Jul 1850

Sentences for Derby Borough  Q/SP/15/31  Jul 1850

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/15/32  Jul 1850

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar  Q/SP/15/33  Oct 1850

Sentences for Derby Borough  Q/SP/15/34  Oct 1850

Calendars (2), sentences  Q/SP/15/35-37  Dec 1850

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/15/38  Mar 1851

Calendar, sentences  Q/SP/15/39-40  Apr 1851

Calendars (2)  Q/SP/15/41-42  Jul 1851

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/15/43  Jul 1851

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar  Q/SP/15/44  Oct 1851

Sentences for Derby Borough  Q/SP/15/45  Jan 1852

Calendars (3), sentences  Q/SP/15/46-49  Jan 1852

Calendar, sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/15/50-51  Mar 1852

Calendars (2), sentences  Q/SP/15/52-54  Apr 1852

Calendars (2)  Q/SP/15/55-56  Jun 1852

Calendar, sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/15/57-58  Jul 1852

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendar  Q/SP/15/59  Oct 1852

Sentences for Derby Borough  Q/SP/15/60  Oct 1852

Calendar  Q/SP/15/61  Jan 1853

Sentences for Derby Borough  Q/SP/15/62  Jan 1853

Calendar, sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/15/63-64  Mar 1853

Supplementary information: Index available

Calendars (4)  Q/SP/15/65-68  Apr 1853

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/16  1871-1882

Contents:
Bundle labelled Calendar of Prisoners (Loose) 1871-1881 and 6

Calendar  Q/SP/16/1  Jan 1871

Sentences  Q/SP/16/2  Apr 1871

Sentences  Q/SP/16/3  Jun 1871

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/4  Jul 1871

Sentences  Q/SP/16/5  Oct 1871

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/6  Dec 1871

Sentences  Q/SP/16/7  Jan 1872

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/8  Mar 1872

Sentences  Q/SP/16/9  Apr 1872

Sentences  Q/SP/16/10  Jul 1872

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/11  Jul 1872

Sentences  Q/SP/16/12  Oct 1872

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/13  Dec 1872

Sentences  Q/SP/16/14  Dec 1872

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/15  Mar 1873

Sentences  Q/SP/16/16  Apr 1873

Sentences  Q/SP/16/17  Jul 1873

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/18  Jul 1873

Sentences  Q/SP/16/19  Oct 1873

Sentences  Q/SP/16/20  Jan 1874

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/21  Mar 1874

Sentences for Borough of Derby Assizes  Q/SP/16/22  Mar 1874

Sentences  Q/SP/16/23  Apr 1874

Sentences  Q/SP/16/24  Jun 1874

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/25  Jul 1874

Sentences  Q/SP/16/26  Oct 1874

Sentences  Q/SP/16/27  Jan 1875

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/28  Mar 1875

Sentences for Borough of Derby Assizes  Q/SP/16/29  Mar 1875

Sentences  Q/SP/16/30  Apr 1875

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/31  Jul 1875

Sentences  Q/SP/16/32  Oct 1875

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/33  Dec 1875

Sentences  Q/SP/16/34  Jan 1876

Sentences for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/16/35  Jan 1876

Sentences for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/16/36  Mar 1876

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/37  Mar 1876

Sentences  Q/SP/16/38  Jun 1876

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/39  Jul 1876

Sentences  Q/SP/16/40  Oct 1876

Sentences for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/16/41  Oct 1876

For Assizes  Q/SP/16/42  Nov 1876

Sentences  Q/SP/16/43  Jan 1877

Sentences for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/16/44  Jan 1877

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/45  Mar 1877

Sentences  Q/SP/16/46  Apr 1877

Sentences for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/16/47  Jul 1877

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/48  Jul 1877

Sentences  Q/SP/16/49  Oct 1877

Sentences for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/16/50  Oct 1877

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/51  Nov 1877

Sentences  Q/SP/16/52  Jan 1878

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/53  Jan 1878

Sentences for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/16/54  Apr 1878

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/55  Apr 1878

Sentences  Q/SP/16/56  Apr 1878

Sentences  Q/SP/16/57  Jul 1878

Sentences for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/16/58  Jul 1878

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/59  Jul 1878

Sentences  Q/SP/16/60  Oct 1878

Sentences for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/16/61  Oct 1878

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/62  Oct 1878

Sentences  Q/SP/16/63  Dec 1878

Sentences for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/16/64  Dec 1878

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/65  Feb 1879

Sentences  Q/SP/16/66  Apr 1879

Sentences for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/16/67  Apr 1879

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/68  May 1879

Sentences  Q/SP/16/69  Jul 1879

Sentences for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/16/70  Jul 1879

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/71  Jul 1879

Sentences  Q/SP/16/72  Oct 1879

Sentences for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/16/73  Oct 1879

Sentences for Assizes at Leicester incl Derby  Q/SP/16/74  Oct 1879

Sentences  Q/SP/16/75  Jan 1880

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/76  Feb 1880

Sentences  Q/SP/16/77  Apr 1880

Sentences for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/16/78  Apr 1880

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/79  Apr 1880

Sentences  Q/SP/16/80  Jun 1880

Sentences for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/16/81  Jun 1880

Sentences  Q/SP/16/82  Oct 1880

Sentences  Q/SP/16/83  Jan 1881

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/84  Feb 1881

Sentences  Q/SP/16/85  Apr 1881

Sentences for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/16/86  Apr 1881

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/87  May 1881

Sentences  Q/SP/16/88  Jun 1881

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/89  Jul 1881

Sentences  Q/SP/16/90  Oct 1881

Sentences for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/16/91  Oct 1881

Sentences for Assizes held at Leicester including Derby County and Borough prisoners  Q/SP/16/92  Oct 1881

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/93  Feb 1882

Sentences for Assizes held at Leicester including Derby County and Borough prisoners  Q/SP/16/94  Oct 1881

Sentences  Q/SP/16/95  Jan 1882

Sentences for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/16/96  Jan 1882

Sentences for Assizes  Q/SP/16/97  Feb 1882

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/17  1882-1885

Contents:
Bundle of calendars with calendars for Assizes and the Borough of Derby

Calendar  Q/SP/17/1  Apr 1882

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/17/2  Apr 1882

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/17/3  Apr 1882

Calendar  Q/SP/17/4  Jun 1882

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/17/5  Jun 1882

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/17/6  Jul 1882

Calendar  Q/SP/17/7  Oct 1882

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/17/8  Oct 1882

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/17/9  Oct 1882

Calendar  Q/SP/17/10  Jan 1883

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/17/11  Jan 1883

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/17/12  Feb 1883

Calendar  Q/SP/17/13  Apr 1883

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/17/14  Apr 1883

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/17/15  Apr 1883

Calendar  Q/SP/17/16  Jul 1883

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/17/17  Jul 1883

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/17/18  Jul 1883

Calendar  Q/SP/17/19  Oct 1883

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/17/20  Oct 1883

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/17/21  Oct 1883

Calendar  Q/SP/17/22  Jan 1884

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/17/23  Jan 1884

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/17/24  Feb 1884

Calendar  Q/SP/17/25  Apr 1884

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/17/26  Apr 1884

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/17/27  Apr 1884

Calendar  Q/SP/17/28  Jul 1884

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/17/29  Jul 1884

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/17/30  Jul 1884

Calendar  Q/SP/17/31  Oct 1884

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/17/32  Oct 1884

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/17/33  Oct 1884

Calendar  Q/SP/17/34  Jan 1885

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/17/35  Jan 1885

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/17/36  Feb 1885

Calendar  Q/SP/17/37  Apr 1885

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/17/38  Apr 1885

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/17/39  Apr 1885

Calendar  Q/SP/17/40  Jun 1885

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/17/41  Jun 1885

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/17/42  Jul 1885

Calendar  Q/SP/17/43  Oct 1885

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/17/44  Oct 1885

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/17/45  Oct 1885

Calendar of Prisoners  Q/SP/18  [n.d.]

Contents:
Bundle of calendars with calendars for Assizes and the Borough of Derby

Calendar  Q/SP/18/1  Jan 1886

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/18/2  Jan 1886

Calendars for Assizes  Q/SP/18/3  Feb 1886

Calendar  Q/SP/18/4  Apr 1886

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/18/5  Apr 1886

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/18/6  May 1886

Calendar  Q/SP/18/7  Jun 1886

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/18/8  Jun 1886

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/18/9  Jul 1886

Calendar  Q/SP/18/10  Oct 1886

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/18/11  Oct 1886

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/18/12  Nov 1886

Calendar  Q/SP/18/13  Jan 1887

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/18/14  Jan 1887

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/18/15  Feb 1887

Calendar  Q/SP/18/16  Apr 1887

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/18/17  Apr 1887

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/18/18  5 May 1887

Calendar for Assizes (inc sentences)  Q/SP/18/19  9 May 1887

Calendar  Q/SP/18/20  Jun 1887

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/18/21  Jun 1887

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/18/22  Jul 1887

Calendar  Q/SP/18/23  Oct 1887

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/18/24  Oct 1887

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/18/25  Oct 1887

Calendar  Q/SP/18/26  3 Jan 1888

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/18/27  Jan 1888

Calendar (adjourned from 3 Jan 1888)  Q/SP/18/28  31 Jan 1888

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/18/29  Mar 1999

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/18/30  Mar 1888

Calendar  Q/SP/18/31  Apr 1888

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/18/32  Apr 1888

Calendar  Q/SP/18/33  3 Jul 1888


Related information: (see also Q/SP/18/34)

Calendar (use in addition to Q/SP/18/33)  Q/SP/18/34  3 Jul 1888

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/18/35  Jul 1888

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/18/36  10 Jul 1888

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/18/37  14 Jul 1888

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/18/38  18 Jul 1888

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/18/39  19 Jul 1888

Calendar  Q/SP/18/40  16 Oct 1888

Calendar (inc sentences)  Q/SP/18/41  16 Oct 1888

Calendar for Borough of Derby  Q/SP/18/42  Oct 1888

Calendar for Assizes  Q/SP/18/43  Dec 1888

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