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Offline Alvaston Lad

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Re: Jeremiah Topham.
« Reply #9 on: Sunday 12 June 05 12:59 BST (UK) »
hi when i go to the Library, later in the week, i will get some print outs of the newspaper, this is the same Snowdon as on the 1861 census at Garden Street, Derby with father Jeramiah, at the time of the murder he was living at Albion Place with a woman calling herself his wife ,though they were not married,  i have looked in my book Capital Punishment in Derbyshire and he is not listed, so i assume he was transported, the paper i was reading has a very extensive story coverig many witness statments, the doctor that attended, the policemen who attendad, the following newespaper was on another reel that i have not seen yet, to get the sentance, but has this was i found so interesting, i am going to get all the articles i can on this, so will pass on to you what i find.
Betts - Derby/Hadleigh, Suffolk
Caudwell - Dbys/ Teversall, Notts
Hanson/ Henson - Alvaston/ Melbourne Dbys, Burton on Trent, Staffs
Eastham/Edge - Chorley, Lancs
Roome - Riddings, Dbys
Barber - Melbourne/ Kings Newton, Dbys
Gadsby - Breedon on the Hill, Lei
Powdrill - Breedon on theHill, Lei
Hopkinson - Shirland/Brackenfield, Dbys
Hunt/Wood/Oldfield - Sth Wingfield, Dbys
Carnell - Darley, Dbys
Barker - York / Derby
Morton - Derby
Frost & Newton - Heanor, Dbys
Hill-Tibshelf, Dby

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Re: Jeremiah Topham.
« Reply #10 on: Sunday 12 June 05 13:09 BST (UK) »
Gaz

Linda will be so excited by this news.I live in Northants and have been helping her with these and other of her trees,but only with stuff available on the internet.

She is in Oz,so will be in bed now  ;) but I know she will be over the moon to find out more about her elusive Tophams.

Cheers

Carol
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Re: Jeremiah Topham.
« Reply #11 on: Sunday 12 June 05 13:16 BST (UK) »
Carol, would it be o k, when i have collated all the info on the case, if i could email it to you and then you could pass the newspaper scans on to L.C. , if this is ok, i will send you my email addy, when i am ready.
Gaz
Betts - Derby/Hadleigh, Suffolk
Caudwell - Dbys/ Teversall, Notts
Hanson/ Henson - Alvaston/ Melbourne Dbys, Burton on Trent, Staffs
Eastham/Edge - Chorley, Lancs
Roome - Riddings, Dbys
Barber - Melbourne/ Kings Newton, Dbys
Gadsby - Breedon on the Hill, Lei
Powdrill - Breedon on theHill, Lei
Hopkinson - Shirland/Brackenfield, Dbys
Hunt/Wood/Oldfield - Sth Wingfield, Dbys
Carnell - Darley, Dbys
Barker - York / Derby
Morton - Derby
Frost & Newton - Heanor, Dbys
Hill-Tibshelf, Dby


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Re: Jeremiah Topham.
« Reply #12 on: Sunday 12 June 05 13:23 BST (UK) »
Gary

Have PM'd you  ;)

Carol
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Re: Jeremiah Topham.
« Reply #13 on: Saturday 25 June 05 07:13 BST (UK) »
i have finished transcribing the three court appearances of Snowden Topham's murder trial in 1874/5 and a very interesting story they make, i have them available in pdf format if anybody would like a copy, they are a wonderful snapshot of life in Derby 130+ years ago, any one interested e-mail me and i will send you a copy
Betts - Derby/Hadleigh, Suffolk
Caudwell - Dbys/ Teversall, Notts
Hanson/ Henson - Alvaston/ Melbourne Dbys, Burton on Trent, Staffs
Eastham/Edge - Chorley, Lancs
Roome - Riddings, Dbys
Barber - Melbourne/ Kings Newton, Dbys
Gadsby - Breedon on the Hill, Lei
Powdrill - Breedon on theHill, Lei
Hopkinson - Shirland/Brackenfield, Dbys
Hunt/Wood/Oldfield - Sth Wingfield, Dbys
Carnell - Darley, Dbys
Barker - York / Derby
Morton - Derby
Frost & Newton - Heanor, Dbys
Hill-Tibshelf, Dby

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Re: Jeremiah Topham.
« Reply #14 on: Saturday 25 June 05 08:44 BST (UK) »
Gary

Having read them myself,I would have to agree  ;D they are indeed a wonderful insight into how life was back then.

Not only is Snowdon Topham mentioned but lots of others too-and if anyone is researching the Shaw family there's lots of them here too  ;)

I would suggest you list a few of the names mentioned, Gary- perhaps it might help another Rootschatter out there? Perhaps a new thread should be started too?

And that street map of Derby back then- is absolutely wonderful.

Once again thanks for all your hard work- it must have taken you ages  ;)

Carol
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Re: Jeremiah Topham.
« Reply #15 on: Friday 10 January 20 13:32 GMT (UK) »
Hi All... Looking to go back into family history, Jeremiah Topham born around 1800 married Elizabeth living in 89 Bridge st in Derbyshire on the 1851 census. Im looking to go back to his parents and furthur, i think Jeremiahs father was Snowden Topham but not sure, Can anyone help??? Kind regards