Totley History Group
Totley History Group

Index of Baptisms at St. John the Evangelist, Abbeydale (1876-1915)

ADLINGTON, Fanny (f) bap. Dec 21, 1884 dau. of Edward and Betsy; farmer of Bradway
ALDOUS, Annie (f) bap. Mar 3, 1893 dau. of Thomas and Mary Anne; carpenter of Totley Rise
ANDREW, Alice Maud Marion (f) bap. Sep 11, 1881 dau. of Robert and Jane Elizabeth; joiner of Bradway
ANDREW, Douglas (m) bap. Jan 11, 1901 son of Robert Henry and Harriet; scythesmith of Totley Rise
ANDREW, Jemima Susanna Elizabeth (f) bap. Sep 11, 1881 dau. of Robert and Jane Elizabeth; joiner of Bradway
ANDREW, Lucy Edith (f) bap. Nov 30, 1902 dau. of Frederick James and Constance; superintendent of police of Eckington
ANDREW, Margery Della (f) bap. Sep 30, 1900 dau. of Frederick James and Constance; police inspector of Clay Cross
ANDREW, Matthew Hensberg (m) bap. Sep 18, 1898 son of Frederick James and Constance; police sergeant of Derby
ANDREW, Robert Stanley (m) bap. Dec 29, 1907 son of Robert Henry and Harriett; department manager of Brook Terrace, Totley Rise
ARNOLD, Amos (m) bap. Jun 29, 1904 son of Thomas and Annie; signalman of Bradway
ARNOLD, Amy Constance (f) bap. Jan 7, 1896 dau. of Thomas and Annie; signalman of Bradway
ARNOLD, Annie (f) bap. Mar 23, 1910 dau. of Thomas and Annie; signalman of Bradway

ARNOLD, Evelyn (f) bap. Feb 10, 1895 dau. of Thomas and Annie; signalman of Bradway

ARNOLD, Harry (m) bap. Jun 15, 1898 son of Thomas and Annie; signalman of Bradway
ARNOLD, Hubert (m) bap. Jan 16, 1901 son of Thomas and Annie; signalman of Bradway
ARNOLD, Leonard (m) bap. Jan 16, 1901 son of Thomas and Annie; signalman of Bradway
ARNOLD, Marjorie (f) bap. Oct 28, 1906 dau. of Thomas and Annie; railway signalman of Bradway
ARNOLD, Olive (f) bap. Mar 10, 1897 dau. of Thomas and Annie; signalman of Bradway
ASPENALL, Mary Ann (f) bap. Apr 23, 1886 dau. of Joseph and Alice; plumber of Green Oak, Totley
ATKINSON, Clement (m) bap. Nov 30, 1885 son of Henry Bacon and Catherine Elizabeth; gentleman of Brook House, Totley Brook
ATKINSON, Gladys Barbara (f) bap. May 6, 1881 dau. of John Furniss and Clara Elizabeth; manufacturer of Milton House, Abbeydale
ATKINSON, John Holland (m) bap. Jul 21, 1889 son of Henry Bacon and Catherine Elizabeth; gentleman of Brook House, Dore
ATKINSON, Noel Furniss (m) bap. Mar 25, 1883 son of John Furniss and Clara Elizabeth; gentleman of Milton House, Abbeydale
ATKINSON, William Henry Bacon (m) bap. Mar 23, 1884 son of Henry Bacon and Catherine Elizabeth; gentleman of Brook House, Abbeydale
ATTERBURY, John Stuart (m) bap. Apr 2, 1899 son of Charles Joseph and Edith Mary; silversmith of Sheffield
ATTERBURY, Kenneth Charles Boucher (m) bap. Aug 8, 1909 son of Charles Joseph and Edith Mary; silversmith of Ashfurlong
AVERY, Edward James (m) bap. Aug 4, 1892 son of Joseph and Charlotte Hannah; railway inspector of Grove Road
BADGER, Mary Beatrice (f) bap. Apr 21, 1878 dau. of John Jackson and Eliza; manufacturer of Rycroft House, Abbeydale
BAILEY, William (m) bap. Jun 18, 1902 son of Thomas Edward and Anne; signalman of Green Oak
BAINBRIDGE, Benjamin (m) bap. May 1, 1895 son of Benjamin and Clara; carter of Totley Rise
BAINBRIDGE, Benjamin (m) bap. May 21, 1897 son of Benjamin and Clara; labourer of Totley Rise
BAINBRIDGE, Clara (f) bap. Sep 30, 1903 dau. of Benjamin and Clara; labourer of Totley Rise
BAINBRIDGE, Edith (f) bap. May 21, 1897 dau. of Benjamin and Clara; labourer of Totley Rise
BAINBRIDGE, John William (m) bap. Jul 12, 1899 son of Benjamin and Clara; labourer of Totley Rise
BAINBRIDGE, Laura (f) bap. Sep 30, 1903 dau. of Benjamin and Clara; labourer of Totley Rise
BAINBRIDGE, Louisa (f) bap. May 7, 1905 dau. of Benjamin and Clara; labourer of Totley Rise
BAINBRIDGE, Sarah Ann (f) bap. Aug 4, 1897 dau. of Benjamin and Clara; labourer of Totley Rise
BAINBRIDGE, Tom (m) bap. May 1, 1895 son of Benjamin and Clara; carter of Totley Rise
BARBER, Herbert (m) bap. May 3, 1906 son of James Henry and Mary M; bank manager of Sheffield
BARBER, Herbert Graham (m) bap. May 3, 1906 son of Herbert and Isabelle; steel manufacturer of The Firs, Dore
BARBER, Jarvis Duncan (m) bap. Dec 21, 1903 son of Albert Duncan and Florence Mabel; chartered accountant of Beauchief
BARBER, Jocelyn Duncan (f) bap. May 22, 1902 dau. of Albert Duncan and Florence Mabel; chartered accountant of Beauchief
BARBER, Maurice (m) bap. May 3, 1906 son of Herbert and Isabelle; steel manufacturer of The Firs, Dore
BARBER, Monica Duncan (f) bap. May 10, 1899 dau. of Albert Duncan and Florence Mabel; chartered accountant of Sheffield
BARBER, Reginald (m) bap. May 3, 1906 son of Herbert and Isabelle; steel manufacturer of The Firs, Dore
BARBER, Sidney, bap. Nov 6, 1912 child of Thomas and Hannah; lamplighter of Chemical Yard, Totley Rise
BARDSLEY, Robert (m) bap. Sep 14, 1902 son of William and Alice Ellen; draughtsman of Green Oak
BARNES, Albert (m) bap. Dec 16, 1894 son of Samuel and Eliza; quarryman of Twentywell
BARNES, Charles Reginald (m) bap. Oct 27, 1897 son of Samuel and Eliza; quarryman of Twentywell
BARNES, Florence Mabel (f) bap. Aug 22, 1899 dau. of Samuel and Eliza; quarryman of Twentywell
BASTIN, John Parkin Hewitt (m) bap. Dec 12, 1908 son of Lethbridge Harry and Maria Ellen; traveller of Ryecroft Glen
BASTIN, Ronald Lethbridge Hewitt (m) bap. Dec 12, 1908 son of Lethbridge Harry and Maria Ellen; traveller of Ryecroft Glen
BEARD, Geoffrey (m) bap. Aug 10, 1911 son of Bernard Cornelius and Mary Laura; engineer of New Totley
BENNETT, Arminia, bap. Jun 4, 1876 child of George and Arminia; rolling mill and forge manager of Mountville, Abbeydale
BENNETT, Edith (f) bap. Mar 28, 1909 dau. of William and Mary Martha; shoemaker of Totley Rise
BENNETT, Ernest (m) bap. Jun 23, 1903 son of William and Martha; bootmaker of Totley Rise
BENNETT, Florence (f) bap. May 14, 1882 dau. of George and Armenia; manufacturer of Abbeydale
BENNETT, Frances Isabella (m) bap. Aug 1, 1880 son of George and Armenia; manufacturer of Beauchief
BENNETT, Sarah Ada (f) bap. Jun 15, 1879 dau. of George and Armenia; manager of Abbeydale
BENSTEAD, Olive May (f) bap. Oct 14, 1894 dau. of Richard and Ellen; signalman of Bradway
BERRESFORD, Ada (f) bap. Mar 10, 1915 dau. of George and Elizabeth; labourer of Green Oak
BERRESFORD, Elsie (f) bap. Mar 10, 1915 dau. of George and Elizabeth; labourer of Green Oak
BERRY, Vivien Ethel (f) bap. May 28, 1888 dau. of John Charles and Mabel Pauline; brewer of Grove Villa, Abbeydale, Dore
BETTS, Bertha (f) bap. Jun 16, 1912 dau. of Tom and Annie; chauffeur of Wood Lane, Beauchief
BETTS, Donald (m) bap. Oct 11, 1914 son of Tom and Annie; chauffeur of Wood Lodge, Beauchief
BETTS, George (m) bap. Mar 14, 1909 son of Tom and Annie; gardener of Beauchief
BETTS, Harold (m) bap. Sep 18, 1910 son of Tom and Annie; groom and gardener of Wood Lodge, Beauchief
BIGGIN, Ada (f) bap. Sep 22, 1889 dau. of George and Eliza; blacksmith of Bradway
BIGGIN, John Thomas Benjamin (m) bap. Sep 28, 1884 son of Benjamin and Mary; scythesmith of Totley Rise
BIRDSALL, Doris May (f) bap. Jan 21, 1906 dau. of William Henry and Lily; car conducter of 76 Buttermere Road, Sheffield
BISHOP, Harold (m) bap. Nov 22, 1896 son of Arthur and Mary Ann; labourer of Ashfurlong
BISHOP, Mabel (f) bap. Nov 4, 1900 dau. of Arthur and Mary Anne; labourer of Ashfurlong
BOOKER, Bernard (m) bap. Jun 26, 1901 son of Henry and Mary Ann; labourer of Bradway
BOOKER, Emily (f) bap. Jan 6, 1897 dau. of Henry and Mary Ann; labourer of Bradway
BOOKER, Evelyn (f) bap. Aug 30, 1905 dau. of Henry and Mary Ann; labourer of Bradway
BOOKER, Mary (f) bap. Mar 20, 1907 dau. of Henry and Mary Ann; mason of Bradway
BOOKER, Norman (m) bap. Jun 16, 1909 son of Henry and Mary Ann; stonemason of Bradway
BOOKER, Winifred Annie (m) bap. Jun 26, 1901 son of Henry and Mary Ann; labourer of Bradway
BRADBURY, Doris (f) bap. Jan 28, 1906 dau. of William and Fanny; blacksmith of Ash Road, Totley Rise
BRADBURY, John (m) bap. Mar 20, 1904 son of William and Fanny; blacksmith of Totley Rise
BRIGHT, Lilian (f) bap. Apr 22, 1894 dau. of Joseph and Ellen Ann; agent of Dore
BROOK, Evelyn (f) bap. Mar 30, 1902 dau. of Walter and Ethel; manager of Beauchief
BROOKING, Alexander Whicher (m) bap. Aug 17, 1907 son of Herbert Frank and Mabel Elizabeth; insurance manager of Deanbrook, Abbeydale Road
BROOKING, Frank Eric (m) bap. Jul 9, 1910 son of Herbert Frank and Mabel Elizabeth; insurance manager of Elm Villas, Abbeydale Road South
BROWN, Henry (m) bap. Sep 16, 1906 son of William and Eliza; bookbinder of Bradway
BROWN, Olive (f) bap. Aug 12, 1892 dau. of Frederick and Mary Jane; miner of Totley Rise
BRUCE, Reginald Stuart (m) bap. Sep 7, 1912 son of Stuart and Clara; traveller of Ellerslie, Totley
BRUCE, Zoe Clara (f) bap. Jun 20, 1914 dau. of Stuart and Clara; commercial traveller of Ashleigh, Sterndale Road, Millhouses
BUTLER, Clara Alicia (f) bap. Aug 12, 1877 dau. of Edward Charles and Elizabeth; labourer of Hansworth, Norton
BUXTON, Maude Alice Beatrice (f) bap. Jun 22, 1879 dau. of Henry William and Mary; merchant of Bradway
CAPRON, Clare Isabel (f) bap. Oct 10, 1903 dau. of Athol John and Catherine; engineer of Green Oak, Totley
CHAPMAN, Dora Mary (f) bap. Jun 9, 1907 dau. of William and Alice; platelayer of Green Oak, Totley
CHAPMAN, James Ernest (m) bap. Nov 2, 1904 son of William and Alice Gertrude; platelayer of Green Oak
CLARK, Frank Henry (m) bap. Jul 17, 1890 son of John William and Henry; foreman, railway works of Totley Rise
CLARKE, Edith (f) bap. Apr 3, 1910 dau. of William and Annie; shoemaker of 278 Sharrow Vale Road
CLARKE, Ernest Wilfred (m) bap. Apr 9, 1913 son of Thomas Wilfred and Marie Louise Josephine; storekeeper of Green Oak
CLARKE, Florinda Emma (f) bap. May 31, 1885 dau. of William and Elizabeth; fishmonger of Totley Rise
CLARKE, Maggie May (f) bap. May 31, 1885 dau. of William and Elizabeth; fishmonger of Totley Rise
CLARKE, Ruby May (f) bap. Oct 17, 1909 dau. of Thomas Wilfred and Marie Louise Josephine; storekeeper of Green Oak
CLARKE, Thomas Wilfred (m) bap. May 31, 1885 son of William and Elizabeth; fishmonger of Totley Rise
CLOSE, Kathleen Mary (f) bap. Nov 3, 1906 dau. of John Battye and Mabel Mary; manufacturer of Glover Road
COCKAYNE, George (m) bap. Jul 16, 1910 son of Francis Ernest and Margaret; solicitor of Wood Lane, Beauchief
COCKAYNE, James Ernest (m) bap. May 6, 1905 son of Francis Ernest and Margaret; solicitor of Wood Lane, Beauchief
COCKAYNE, Mary (f) bap. Jun 20, 1900 dau. of Francis Ernest and Margaret; solicitor of Wood Lane, Abbeydale
COCKAYNE, William Francis (m) bap. Feb 4, 1903 son of Francis Ernest and Margaret; solicitor of Abbeydale
COLE, James Harry (m) bap. Dec 7, 1907 son of William Edward and Amy Elizabeth; commercial traveller of Chatsworth Road, Totley Rise
COLLETT, Ada (f) bap. Sep 23, 1883 dau. of Charles and Mary Ann; gardener of Totley Rise, Abbeydale
COLLETT, Louisa (f) bap. Oct 28, 1888 dau. of Charles and Mary; gardener of Green Oak, Totley
COLSON, Frances Annie Elizabeth (m) bap. Jul 2, 1893 son of Ernest Alfred and Emily; groom of Totley Rise
COOK, Bertha (f) bap. Apr 23, 1913 dau. of Matthew and Zillah; miner of Cedar Villas, Abbeydale Road South
COOK, Ethel Ellen (f) bap. May 11, 1902 dau. of William Henry and Letitia Barbara; railway porter of Green Oak
COOK, Thomas Edward (m) bap. May 15, 1892 son of John James and Eliza; signalman of Beauchief
COOK, Thomas John (m) bap. Jan 13, 1901 son of William Henry and Letitia Barbara; railway porter of Green Oak
COOK, William Wilson (m) bap. Aug 29, 1886 son of John James and Eliza; signalman of Totley Rise, Totley
COTTERILL, Walter G (m) bap. Jun 28, 1885 son of Robert and Anna Maria; station master of Newbiggin, Westmorland
COUPE, Edith (f) bap. Sep 22, 1889 dau. of Edwin and Helen Elizabeth; coachman of Bradway
COUPE, Marion (f) bap. Aug 28, 1892 dau. of Edwin and Helen Elizabeth; coachman of Bradway
COX, Thomas Benjamin (m) bap. Apr 13, 1890 son of Lazerus and Margaret Ann; navvy of Bradway
CRAPPER, Arthur (m) bap. Nov 4, 1894 son of William and Kate; farmer of Bradway
CRAWLEY, George (m) bap. Jul 30, 1893 son of William and Mary Ann; labourer of Brick Row
CRAWSHAW, Cecil (m) bap. Jun 13, 1900 son of John Street and Alice; quarryman of Bradway
CRAWSHAW, Doris (f) bap. Jan 18, 1899 dau. of John and Alice; quarryman of Bradway
CRAWSHAW, Edward Valentine Colgan (m) bap. Feb 14, 1879 son of Arthur Michael Colgan and Lucy Jane Beeley; clerk of Highfield, Sheffield
CRAWSHAW, Frank Arthur Pelham Colgan (m) bap. Jul 4, 1877 son of Arthur Michael Colgan and Lucy Jane Beeley; clerk of Norton
CRAWSHAW, Gladys (f) bap. Mar 18, 1903 dau. of John and Alice; quarryman of Bradway
CRAWSHAW, May (f) bap. Jan 25, 1906 dau. of John Street and Alice; mason of Bradway
CRAWSHAW, Roland (m) bap. Apr 14, 1909 son of John Street and Alice; mason of Bradway
CROOKES, Beatrice (f) bap. Dec 3, 1893 dau. of Frederick William and Anna Maria; scythe grinder of Rolling Mill
CROOKES, Constance Adeline (f) bap. Nov 16, 1902 dau. of Thomas and Mabel; joiner of Totley Rise
CROOKES, Edith (f) bap. Feb 10, 1884 dau. of Frederick William and Hannah Maria; scythe grinder of Rolling Mill, Abbeydale
CROOKES, Ellen (f) bap. Nov 30, 1879 dau. of Frederick William and Hannah Maria; scythe grinder of Rolling Mill, Abbeydale
CROOKES, Elsie (f) bap. Jul 20, 1896 dau. of Frederick William and Anna Maria; scythe grinder of Rolling Mill
CROOKES, Florence (f) bap. Oct 27, 1889 dau. of William Thomas and Hannah; scythe grinder of Little Common
CROOKES, Frederick (m) bap. Feb 7, 1886 son of Frederick William and Maria; scythe grinder of Rolling Mill, Totley
CROOKES, Gertrude (f) bap. Jun 3, 1888 dau. of Frederick William and Anne Maria; scythe grinder of Rolling Mill, Abbeydale
CROOKES, Jessie (f) bap. Jun 26, 1881 dau. of Frederick William and Hannah Maria; scythe grinder of Totley Rolling Mill
CROOKES, Mabel (f) bap. May 25, 1890 dau. of Frederick William and Maria; scythe grinder of Rolling Mill, Totley
CROOKES, Nellie Winifred (f) bap. Jul 23, 1905 dau. of Thomas and Mabel; joiner of Green Oak
CROOKES, Thomas William (m) bap. Feb 3, 1904 son of Thomas and Mabel; joiner of Green Oak
CROOKES, Walter (m) bap. Nov 18, 1898 son of William Thomas and Hannah; scythe grinder of Totley Rise
CROSSLEY, Ruth (f) bap. Jun 20, 1911 dau. of Thomas and Mabel Gertrude; clerk of Brook Hall Lodge
DANCE, Charles Henry (m) bap. Jul 3, 1895 son of Henry and Rebecca; miner of Green Oak
DANIELS, Maurice Alfred (m) bap. Apr 11, 1894 son of Maurice and Elzaibeth; signalman of Totley
DARWOOD, Annie Elizabeth (f) bap. Jul 30, 1899 dau. of James Henry and Martha; blacksmith of Bradway
DARWOOD, Sidney Thompson, bap. Jul 25, 1897 child of James Henry and Martha; blacksmith of Bradway
DAVEY, James William (m) bap. Aug 23, 1889 son of James and Mary Jane; fireman of Twentywell
DAVEY, Thomas (m) bap. Dec 21, 1893 son of James and Mary Jane; miner of Totley Rise
DAVIES, Annie Evangeline Jane (f) bap. Jul 19, 1891 dau. of Harry Jones and Jane Elizabeth; decorator of Chesterfield
DAVY, Annie Elizabeth (f) bap. Jul 22, 1891 dau. of James and Mary Jane; labourer of Totley Rise
DELLOW, no name, bap. Dec 20, 1879 child of no name; coachman of Greenoak
DERECOURT, Louis Charles (m) bap. Nov 22, 1911 son of Thomas Henry and Nellie; accountant of Devonshire Road
DICKEN, Mary Elizabeth (f) bap. Jun 19, 1892 dau. of John Charles and Mary Elizabeth; clerk of Stapleford
DIGANCE, Sarah Jane (f) bap. Mar 16, 1892 dau. of Arthur and Jessie; labourer of Rolling Mill
DOBBS, Bertram Albert (m) bap. Mar 20, 1881 son of Herbert and Agnes; farmer of Bradway
DODD, Samuel Thomas (m) bap. Oct 30, 1892 son of Henry and Annie Edith; labourer of Bradway Hall Farm
DODWORTH, Claude (m) bap. Jul 5, 1896 son of Ernest and Frances Mabel; clerk in Post Office of Sheffield
DODWORTH, Gladys (f) bap. Aug 14, 1898 dau. of Ernest and Frances Mabel; clerk in Post Office of Sheffield
DUFFIELD, Alfred (m) bap. Aug 23, 1889 son of Henry and Elizabeth; carpenter of Twentywell
DUFFIELD, Edwin (m) bap. Aug 23, 1889 son of Henry and Elizabeth; carpenter of Twentywell
DUFFIELD, George Henry (m) bap. Aug 23, 1889 son of Henry and Elizabeth; carpenter of Twentywell
DYSON, Daisy (f) bap. Dec 24, 1905 dau. of James Henry and Rhoda Ann; station porter of Bradway
DYSON, Dorothy (f) bap. Jul 24, 1910 dau. of James Henry and Rhoda Ann; porter of Bradway
DYSON, Elsie (f) bap. Sep 7, 1902 dau. of James and Rhoda; station porter of Bradway
DYSON, George Thomas (m) bap. Jun 13, 1900 son of James Henry and Rhoda Ann; station porter of Bradway
DYSON, Hilda Emma (f) bap. Mar 23, 1904 dau. of James Henry and Rhoda Anbne; station porter of Bradway
DYSON, James William (m) bap. Aug 14, 1898 son of James Henry and Rhoda Anne; railway clerk of Bradway
DYSON, Mabel Mary (f) bap. May 21, 1913 dau. of James Henry and Rhoda Ann; railway porter of Bradway
EATON, Daisy (f) bap. Dec 3, 1902 dau. of Thomas Mortimer and Annie Louisa; labourer of Totley Rise
EATON, Ernest (m) bap. Apr 24, 1895 son of John Frank and Sarah Elizabeth; foreman on railway of Glover Road
EATON, Frank Vernon (m) bap. Nov 30, 1893 son of Frank Ernest and Mary Goodwin; solicitor of Beauchief
EATON, George (m) bap. Sep 28, 1898 son of John Frank and Sarah Elizabeth; brick manufacturer of Totley Rise
EATON, Hilda (f) bap. Jun 10, 1912 dau. of Thomas Martin and Annie Louisa; labourer of Totley Rise
EATON, Ivy May (f) bap. Jan 25, 1906 dau. of Thomas Mortimer and Annie Louisa; labourer of Brick Row, Totley Rise
EATON, John (m) bap. Jan 29, 1893 son of John Frank and Sarah Elizabeth; railway foreman of Totley
EATON, Sarah Elizabeth (f) bap. May 26, 1889 dau. of John and Sarah Elizabeth; carter of Mickley Lane, Totley
EATON, Thomas Henry (m) bap. May 25, 1908 son of Thomas Mortimer and Annie Louisa; labourer of Totley Rise
EATON, Violet (f) bap. May 16, 1900 dau. of Thomas Martin and Anne Luoisa; labourer of Totley Rise
ELLIN, Arthur William (m) bap. Jun 20, 1877 son of Arthur Robert and Elizabeth; merchant of Ecclesall
ELLIOTT, Edith Mary (f) bap. Apr 3, 1901 dau. of George William and Mary; engineer of Heeley
ELLIOTT, Elsie (f) bap. Apr 3, 1901 dau. of John Lucius and Harriet Rowell; gentleman of Leesburg, America
ELLIS, Mary (f) bap. Jul 10, 1881 dau. of William and Ellesly; foreman of Abbeydale Park
ELLIS, Rose (f) bap. Nov 2, 1904 dau. of Ernest and Alice; grinder of Green Oak
EVANS, Charles Fairfax (m) bap. Jan 22, 1899 son of Charles Fairfax and Anne; cab proprietor of Beauchief
EVANS, Constance (f) bap. Feb 1, 1903 dau. of Henry Allen and Emily; gardener of Abbeydale
EVANS, Frederick Arthur (m) bap. Feb 9, 1896 son of John William and Priscilla; postmaster of Abbeydale
EVANS, Henry (m) bap. Feb 26, 1899 son of Henry Allan and Emily; gardener of Abbeydale
FALDING, Beatrice Mary (f) bap. Aug 3, 1879 dau. of Joseph Bennett and Emily; manager of Abbeydale
FALDING, Nellie Camm (f) bap. Aug 30, 1886 dau. of Joseph Bennett and Emily; iron master's agent of Mountville, Abbeydale
FAXON, Edna (f) bap. Feb 7, 1912 dau. of Walter and Laura; platelayer of Bradway
FAXON, William (m) bap. Feb 23, 1910 son of Walter and Laura; platelayer of Bradway
FEARNEHOUGH, Alice Pattie Matthews (f) bap. Oct 17, 1880 dau. of Alfred and Emma; innkeeper of Bradway
FEARNEHOUGH, Ethel Mary (f) bap. Oct 28, 1877 dau. of Alfred and Emma; scythesmith of Bradway
FEARNEHOUGH, Harry Heorge Alfred (m) bap. Jun 28, 1885 son of Alfred and Emma; scythe maker of Bradway
FIRTH, Clement Arthur (m) bap. Aug 4, 1878 son of Abraham and Eliza Emma; joiner of Bradway
FISHER, Mary Harrison (f) bap. Sep 29, 1883 dau. of George John and Mary Jane; scythesmith of Rycroft Glen, Abbeydale
FOX, Harold Edmund (m) bap. Jun 4, 1893 son of Edmund and Mary Jane; joiner of Bradway
FOX, John Hubert (m) bap. May 19, 1895 son of Edmund and Mary Jane; joiner of Bradway
FOX, Rose (f) bap. Jul 1, 1883 dau. of Albert and Hannah; gardener of Ruskin Farm, Totley
FREEMAN, Florence Beatrice (f) bap. Dec 22, 1889 dau. of Edward and Florence; engine driver of Rolling Mill, Totley
FURNISS, Annie Elizabeth (f) bap. Apr 23, 1886 dau. of Thomas and Sarah Elizabeth; blade puncher of Victoria Road, Brafway Bank
FURNISS, Ethel Priscilla (f) bap. Apr 23, 1886 dau. of Thomas and Sarah Elizabeth; blade puncher of Victoria Road, Bradway Bank
GEE, Ellen Gertrude (f) bap. Apr 24, 1887 dau. of William and Mary Ellen; labourer of Ashfurlong Cottages, Abbeydale, Dore
GEE, Harry (m) bap. Oct 27, 1889 son of William and Mary Helen; labourer of Ashfurlong Cottages
GEE, Thomas Wint (m) bap. Nov 13, 1892 son of William and Mary Ellen; labourer of Ashfurlong Cottages
GEE, William (m) bap. Feb 15, 1891 son of William and Mary Ellen; labourer of Ashfurlong Cottages
GIBSON, Charlie (m) bap. Jul 9, 1893 son of William Henry and Sarah; miner of Green Oak
GIBSON, Jessie (f) bap. Sep 4, 1891 dau. of William Henry and Sarah; miner of Green Oak
GILL, Gladys (f) bap. Apr 3, 1910 dau. of Glossop and Elizabeth Ann; mason of Dore Moor
GILL, Nora (f) bap. Sep 8, 1912 dau. of Glossop and Elizabeth; mason of Rose Cottage, Dore
GILLOTT, Doris Lizzie (f) bap. Jun 18, 1896 dau. of Charles and Elizabeth; shop assistant of Twentywell
GOODALL, Maggie (f) bap. Oct 2, 1892 dau. of William and Elizabeth; grinder of Gerards Farm
GOODALL, William (m) bap. Oct 22, 1899 son of William and Lizzy; grinder of Dronfield
GOODGROVE, Bertie (m) bap. Nov 18, 1894 son of Henry and Rachel; labourer of Twentywell
GOODGROVE, Wilfred George (m) bap. Jan 10, 1893 son of Henry and Rachel; labourer of Twentywell
GOODGROVES, Albert (m) bap. May 13, 1891 son of Henry and Rachel; labourer of Twentywell
GOODWIN, Fanny Clarke (f) bap. Mar 6, 1901 dau. of Thomas and Sarah; engine tenter of Sheffield
GOUGH, Ernest Francis (m) bap. Aug 13, 1893 son of George and Isabel; miner of Totley Rise
GOUGH, George Osborne (m) bap. Jun 28, 1891 son of George and Isabel; miner of Totley Rise
GOUGH, Gilbert John (m) bap. Jun 28, 1891 son of George and Isabel; miner of Totley Rise
GRAHAM, Jack William (m) bap. Jul 15, 1894 son of William and Edith; platelayer of Totley Rise
GRAHAM, Priscilla (f) bap. Aug 2, 1896 dau. of William and Edith; labourer of Totley Rise
GRAINGER, Frances Beatrice (m) bap. Apr 12, 1892 son of John and Frances Ellen; miner of Totley Rise
GRAINGER, John William Albert (m) bap. Apr 12, 1892 son of John and Frances Ellen; miner of Totley Rise
GRAY, Dorothy Mary (f) bap. May 21, 1913 dau. of Herbert and Elizabeth Ann; platelayer of Bradbury
GRAY, George Herbert (m) bap. May 19, 1909 son of Herbert William and Elizabeth Ann; platelayer of Bradway
GRAY, Lawrence Eric (m) bap. Apr 24, 1910 son of Herbert William and Elizabeth; foreman platelayer of Bradway
GRAY, William Edward (m) bap. Mar 29, 1908 son of Herbert William and Elizabeth Ann; platelayer of Bradway
GREEN, David (m) bap. Oct 8, 1892 son of David and Mary; railway inspector of Brook Road
GREEN, Elizabeth (f) bap. May 8, 1892 dau. of Vincent Valentine and Mary Ann; farmer of Dore
GREEN, George (m) bap. Jun 8, 1884 son of Seth and Sarah; file cutter of Totley Rise
GREEN, Samuel Joseph (m) bap. Dec 6, 1891 son of David and Mary; inspector of railway of Grove Road
GREGORY, Eileen (f) bap. May 17, 1908 dau. of Joseph Frank and Nellie Maud; provision merchant of Wood View, Abbeydale Road South
GREGORY, Joseph Clifford (m) bap. Jun 13, 1909 son of Joseph Frank and Nellie Maud; provision merchant of Woodview, Abbeydale Road South
HAGUE, Richard (m) bap. Oct 1, 1913 son of John Richard Billam and Elizabeth; farm labourer of Bradway Lodge
HAINSWORTH, Cecil Harry (m) bap. Jul 26, 1877 son of Charles and Mary Jane; draper of Abbeydale
HAINSWORTH, Kate (f) bap. Jun 15, 1879 dau. of Charles and Mary Jane; draper of Abbeydale
HALL, Henry (m) bap. Mar 20, 1881 son of Herbert and Clara; farmer of Bradway
HALL, Ivy (f) bap. Apr 3, 1904 dau. of William and Bertha Eleanor; cooper of Sheffield
HALL, John Theodore (m) bap. Jan 28, 1914 son of John and Ada; silver turner and ivory cutter of Prospect Road
HALL, Maggie Blanche (f) bap. Mar 20, 1881 dau. of Herbert and Clara; farmer of Bradway
HALL, Neville (m) bap. Jan 28, 1914 son of John and Ada; silver turner and ivory cutter of Prospect Road
HALL, Norman (m) bap. Apr 8, 1906 son of Norman and Bertha; cooper of 95 Spring Vale Road, Sheffield
HAMILTON, Minnie (f) bap. Jan 4, 1893 dau. of John Mark and Selina; labourer of Brook Terrace
HANBURY, Eliza Anne (f) bap. Oct 26, 1892 dau. of William and Mary; miner of Totley Rise
HARDWICK, Ada (f) bap. Jan 29, 1893 dau. of Albert and Emma; engine foreman of Totley
HARRISON, Barbara Mary (f) bap. Sep 10, 1911 dau. of Edwin Ranson and Alice Mary; incorporated accountant of Victoria Road
HART, Doris Winifred (f) bap. Mar 10, 1914 dau. of George Frederick and Florence Emily; motor driver of Green Oak
HARTLEY, Reginald (m) bap. Nov 8, 1891 son of Tom Curtis and Agnes; schoolmaster of Grove Road
HASLAM, William (m) bap. Mar 22, 1905 son of Sophia of Bradway Farm
HASSALL, John Henry (m) bap. Sep 28, 1884 son of Henry and Sarah; brickmaker of Totley Rise
HASSELL, Annie Eliza (f) bap. Sep 5, 1886 dau. of Henry and Sarah; labourer of Totley Rise
HAWKER, James Hubert (m) bap. Sep 16, 1891 son of James and Jane; miner of Green Oak
HAYNES, Alice Maud (f) bap. Sep 12, 1892 dau. of William Henry and Thirza; labourer of Totley Rise
HEAD, Edgar Leonard (m) bap. Jun 29, 1910 son of John Thomas and Florence; gardener of Twentywell
HEELEY, Muriel (f) bap. Oct 22, 1891 dau. of John Ratcliffe and Mary Elizabeth; silversmith of Totley Brook Cottage
HEELEY, Ratcliffe (m) bap. Oct 22, 1891 son of John Ratcliffe and Mary Elizabeth; silversmith of Totley Brook Cottage
HENDY, Frederick James Robert (m) bap. Jan 18, 1884 son of James Wadman and Julia Blake; merchant of Abbeydale Park
HENRY, William James (m) bap. Jul 25, 1880 son of Edward Herbert and Alice Lydia; manufacturer of Totley
HENSHAW, Alan (m) bap. Sep 30, 1903 son of Gertrude of Sheffield
HEWITT, John Percy Tremlow (m) bap. Jan 20, 1878 son of William and Sarah Ann; gentleman of Brinkburn Grange, Abbeydale
HICKS, Arthur Edward (m) bap. Jun 12, 1901 son of William and Mary Anne; labourer of Norton Woodseats
HICKS, George Henry (m) bap. Oct 28, 1894 son of William and Mary Ann; labourer of Twentywell
HICKS, Lily (f) bap. Aug 21, 1892 dau. of William and Mary Ann; labourer of Twentywell
HICKS, Willie (m) bap. Nov 14, 1899 son of William and Mary Ann; labourer of Totley Rise
HIGGINS, Mabel Irene (f) bap. May 24, 1905 dau. of Herbert and Christine Annie; brass worker of Bradway
HILL, Ann Emma (f) bap. Jan 18, 1880 dau. of Thomas and Sarah Ann; grainer of Abbeydale St. John
HILL, Hilda (f) bap. Feb 28, 1883 dau. of Thomas and Sarah Ann; painter of Abbeydale
HINMAN, Winifred (m) bap. Sep 23, 1910 son of William Alfred and Edith Annie; signalman of Totley Rise
HOLDEN, Valetta (f) bap. Oct 19, 1893 dau. of Richard and Ada; miner of Green Oak
HOLDER, Florence Minnie (f) bap. Sep 30, 1891 dau. of Charles Edward and Mary; miner of Totley Rise
HOLLAND, Helen Rebecca (f) bap. Mar 24, 1915 dau. of William and Helen
HOLMES, Samuel (m) bap. Jul 17, 1912 son of Tom and Eleanor; decorator of Twentywell
HORNBUCKLE, Ethel Mary (f) bap. Sep 30, 1891 dau. of George and Mary; miner of Totley Rise
HORSMAN, Cecil (m) bap. Oct 23, 1901 son of William Charles and Mary Julia; greenkeeper of Totley Rise
HORSMAN, Hayden (m) bap. Oct 23, 1901 son of William Charles and Mary Julia; greenkeeper of Totley Rise
HORSMAN, Louis Stanley (m) bap. Oct 23, 1901 son of William Charles and Mary Julia; greenkeeper of Totley Rise
HOUSLEY, Dorothy (f) bap. Oct 2, 1892 dau. of Maurice and Fanny Ada; clerk of 74 Charlotte Road, Sheffield
HOVARD, Nellie Florence (f) bap. Aug 21, 1891 dau. of Thomas and Eliza; miner of Green Oak
HOWE, Albert (m) bap. Jun 15, 1901 son of George William and Mary Elizabeth; signalman of Bradway
HOWE, Edith Mary (f) bap. Jul 30, 1893 dau. of George William and Mary Elizabeth; railway signalman of Bradway
HOWE, Harry (m) bap. Dec 9, 1894 son of George William and Mary Elizabeth; railway signalman of Bradway
HOWE, Lucy Elizabeth (f) bap. Aug 14, 1896 dau. of George William and Elizabeth Mary; signalman of Bradway
HOWE, Mabel Emily (f) bap. Mar 9, 1899 dau. of George William and Mary Elizabeth; signalman of Bradway
HOWE, Nelly (f) bap. Jan 13, 1904 dau. of George William and Mary Elizabeth; signalman of Bradway
HUBBARD, Elaine Dorothy Conquest (f) bap. Jun 24, 1895 dau. of Alfred Edward and Mabel Emma; Captain, Lincolnshire Regiment of Lincoln
HUKIN, Frederick George (m) bap. Nov 25, 1888 son of James and Clara; edge tool maker of Bradway Bank
HUNT, Charles Edward (m) bap. Jan 2, 1901 son of Robert and Teresa; labourer of Norton Woodseats
HUNT, Helen Mary (f) bap. Oct 15, 1911 dau. of John William and Helen; clerk of Victoria Road
HUNT, John Porter (m) bap. Mar 9, 1913 son of William and Helen; clerk of Victoria Road
HUNT, Sheila (f) bap. Apr 11, 1915 dau. of John William and Helen; clerk of Victoria Road
HUNT, Vera Minnie (f) bap. Aug 25, 1901 dau. of Henry Hubert and Beatrice; labourer of Bradway
ILLSTON, George Frederick (m) bap. Sep 3, 1914 son of Alfred Bunn and Agnes Eleanor; wood engraver of Woodside, Abbeydale Road South
JACKSON, Annie (f) bap. May 6, 1894 dau. of Joseph and Mary; platelayer of Totley Rise
JACKSON, Hugh Hesketh (m) bap. Jun 16, 1905 son of Benjamin and Emily Maud; school teacher of Bradway
JOHNSTONE, Henry Heathfield (m) bap. Apr 20, 1902 son of George Wilde and Lily; solicitor of Dore
JULIAN, Edith Jessie (f) bap. Apr 1, 1894 dau. of John and Elizabeth; labourer of Bradway
KAY, John Hugh Fauvel (m) bap. Sep 17, 1911 son of Edgar John and Gertrude Winifred; insurance superintendent of Victoria Road
KEBLE, Annie (f) bap. Nov 6, 1901 dau. of Walter and Blanche; labourer of Bradway
KEBLE, Jessie (f) bap. Jan 18, 1899 dau. of Walter and Blanche; labourer of Bradway
KEBLE, Lewis (m) bap. Aug 5, 1903 son of Walter and Blanche; platelayer of Bradway
KEEBLE, Frank (m) bap. Jan 25, 1906 son of Walter and Blanche Annie; platelayer of Bradway
KING, Florence (f) bap. Apr 18, 1892 dau. of James and Alice; miner of Green Oak
KING, Olive (f) bap. Sep 20, 1914 dau. of Oliver Henry and Sarah Ellen; grocer's manager of Green Oak
LANCASHIRE, Christopher Henry (m) bap. Jun 11, 1904 son of William Christopher and Emma; architect of Woodside, Dore
LAW, John William (m) bap. Oct 5, 1884 son of Thomas and Jane; scythesmith of Rolling Mill, Abbeydale
LAYBOURN, Elsie Florence Annie (f) bap. Dec 25, 1893 dau. of James Edward and Carrie; works inspector of Totley Brook
LAYBOURN, Rowland Frederick (m) bap. Dec 25, 1893 son of John and Sarah Elizabeth; mason of Grindleford Bridge
LEECH, Edith Emily (f) bap. Feb 18, 1894 dau. of Levi Josph and Harriet; labourer of Totley Rise
LEECH, Elsie Anne (f) bap. Jul 17, 1892 dau. of Levi Joseph and Harriet; labourer of Totley Rise
LEECH, Louisa (f) bap. Nov 9, 1890 dau. of Joseph and Harriet; labourer of Totley Rise
LEECH, Sarah Ann (f) bap. Dec 3, 1889 dau. of Joseph and Harriet; labourer of Totley
LEES, Dora (f) bap. May 27, 1903 dau. of William Thomas and Ann Elizabeth; joiner of Totley Rise
LEES, Edith Mary (f) bap. May 16, 1900 dau. of William Thomas and Anne Elizabeth; joiner of Totley Rise
LEES, Elsie (f) bap. Oct 23, 1901 dau. of William Thomas and Ann Elizabeth; joiner of Totley Rise
LEES, Gladys Annie (f) bap. Jul 15, 1910 dau. of William Thomas and Annie Elizabeth; joiner of Totley Rise
LEES, John Joseph (m) bap. Jun 12, 1906 son of William Thomas and Ann Elizabeth; joiner of Brick Row, Totley Rise
LEES, Nellie (f) bap. Jul 10, 1908 dau. of William Thomas and Annie Elizabeth; joiner of Totley Rise
LEES, Rosalind Maria (f) bap. Jul 14, 1912 dau. of William Thomas and Ann Elizabeth; joiner of Totley Rise
LEES, William Leslie (m) bap. Aug 18, 1905 son of William Thomas and Ann Elizabeth; joiner of Totley Rise
LOMAS, Harold (m) bap. May 12, 1907 son of Amos and Lucy Annie; labourer of Twentywell, Bradway
MACFARLANE, Duncan (m) bap. Oct 24, 1894 son of Duncan and Jane Elizabeth; cashier, Midland Railway of Totley Rise
MACHAM, Lewis (m) bap. Feb 4, 1894 son of Fred and Emma; carter of Bradway
MALLENDER, Percy (m) bap. Jun 13, 1894 son of Thomas Haydon and Louisa Anne; collier of Totley Rise
MARSDEN, Hilda (f) bap. Aug 5, 1906 dau. of James William and Ada; farmer of Bradway
MARTIN, George (m) bap. Jun 12, 1891 son of Samuel and Jane; miner of Green Oak
MCDOUGALL, Nora (f) bap. Mar 31, 1882 dau. of Duncan and Amelia Florence; merchant of Glen View House, Abbeydale
MEASE, Desmond Charles (m) bap. Sep 5, 1913 son of William Andrew Leslie and Mildred Nellie; teacher of 28 Wilson Road, Sheffield
MEASE, John Leslie (m) bap. Jun 19, 1912 son of William Andrew Leslie and Mildred Nellie; teacher of Bushey Wood Road
MERRYWEATHER, Elizabeth Sarah (f) bap. Jul 10, 1886 dau. of Willam and Sarah; coal merchant of Abbeydale Road
MILLARD, Ada Martha (f) bap. Apr 11, 1880 dau. of Mark and Jane Ann; station master of Abbeydale Park
MILLARD, Gertrude Mary (f) bap. Apr 11, 1880 dau. of Mark and Jane Ann; station master of Abbeydale St. John
MILLARD, Sarah Jane (f) bap. Feb 25, 1883 dau. of Mark and Jane Anne; station master of Abbeydale
MITCHELL, Emmie Isabel (f) bap. Dec 10, 1908 dau. of Guy Samuel and Lilian Emmie; gentleman of Elm Villas, Abbeydale Road South
MITCHELL, Guy Samuel (m) bap. Dec 10, 1908 son of Walter and Laura Eugenie; gentleman of Elm Villas, Abbeydale Road South
MITCHELL, Irene Mary (f) bap. Dec 10, 1908 dau. of Guy Samuel and Lilian Emma; gentleman of Elm Villas, Abbeydale Road South
MITCHELL, Lilian Eugenie (f) bap. Sep 19, 1907 dau. of Guy Samuel and Lilian Emma; gentleman of Elm Villas, Abbeydale Road South
MOORE, Mary Jane (f) bap. Sep 28, 1890 dau. of John and Annie; bricklayer of Green Oak
MOSLEY, Kenneth (m) bap. Jun 25, 1908 son of Albert and Ada Sarah; manager of stores of Totley Rise
MULLER, Leopold Geoffrey (m) bap. Jun 5, 1910 son of Leopold Frederick and Alice Maud Marian; manufacturer of Oak Villas, Abbeydale Road South
NIXON, Arthur Thomas (m) bap. Mar 21, 1880 son of Morris and Mary; licensed victualler of Sheffield
NOON, Esther Lilian (f) bap. Sep 14, 1890 dau. of James and Mary Elizabeth; navvy of Totley Rise
NOON, Ivor James (m) bap. Sep 14, 1890 son of James and Mary Elizabeth; navvy of Totley Rise
NOON, Oscar Charles (m) bap. Jan 7, 1895 son of James and Mary Elizabeth; navvy of Totley Rise
NUNN, Mary Madge (f) bap. Mar 9, 1913 dau. of Herbert and Kate; signalman of Green Oak
NUTTING, Edith Ann (f) bap. Apr 22, 1888 dau. of Jenison and Ann; signalman of Abbeydale
OUTRAM, Tom Kirk (m) bap. Nov 18, 1903 son of Henry Isaac and Margaret; farmer of Greenhill
PALMER, Dan (m) bap. Dec 8, 1878 son of Agnes of Greenhill
PARKER, Catherine Jane (f) bap. Nov 2, 1892 dau. of Eli Leonard and Lucy Ann; labourer of Twentywell
PARKIN, Alice Eliza (f) bap. Nov 29, 1891 dau. of Nathaniel and Sarah; blacksmith of Totley Rise
PARKIN, Elizabeth (f) bap. Jan 28, 1895 dau. of Nathaniel and Sarah; blacksmith of Totley Rise
PARKIN, Frances Amelia (m) bap. Nov 17, 1889 son of Nathaniel and Sarah; blacksmith of Totley Rise
PARR, Joseph William (m) bap. May 1, 1892 son of Ira and Sarah; ploughman of The Lodge, Beauchief
PARTRIDGE, Aurelia (f) bap. Feb 7, 1899 dau. of James William and Sophia; platelayer of Totley Rise
PATLEDGE, Ernest (m) bap. Jul 26, 1877 son of John and Hannah; joiner toolmaker of Walkley
PEARSON, Sheilagh Alma Vickers (f) bap. Jun 2, 1912 dau. of Doris Dornice of Mason Farm, Bradway
PERLHEFTER, Paul (m) bap. Nov 9, 1877 son of Emanuel and Helen; merchant of Dore
PETHERS, Job (m) bap. Apr 18, 1892 son of Edward and Elziabeth; miner of Green Oak
PEVER, Lily (f) bap. Feb 20, 1901 dau. of William and Mary Grace; labourer of Totley Rise
PIFF, Ann (f) bap. Jan 3, 1894 dau. of William and Mary; mason of Totley
PILLING, Charles Leslie (m) bap. Dec 20, 1906 son of Tom Ernest and Annie Margaret; commercial traveller of Sterndale Road, Millhouses
PILLING, Mary Kathleen (f) bap. Oct 6, 1912 dau. of Tom Ernest and Annie Margaret; commercial traveller of 19 Sterndale Road, Millhouses
PILLING, Winifred Vera (m) bap. Nov 15, 1908 son of Tom Ernest and Annie Margaret; commercial traveller of 19 Sterndale Road, Millhouses
PLUMB, Robert Clarkson (m) bap. Mar 18, 1914 son of Francis Clarkson and Blanche Hilda; surveyor of Victoria Road
PODMORE, Douglas (m) bap. Aug 30, 1911 son of Edward William and Beatrice Mary; civil engineer of Totley Brook Road
PORRETT, Elizabeth (f) bap. Jul 23, 1881 dau. of David Hunton and Emily Jane; solicitor of Rosa Lea, Abbeydale
PRESTON, Alice (f) bap. Oct 6, 1892 dau. of Henry and Sarah; miner of Totley
PRIESTLEY, Millicent White (f) bap. Oct 3, 1880 dau. of Samuel White and Sarah of Hathersage
PRIESTLEY, Miriam (f) bap. Aug 7, 1881 dau. of Samuel and Alice Alsop; farm labourer of Abbeydale
PRINCE, Alfred (m) bap. May 5, 1895 son of Colin and Hannah; platelayer of Green Oak
PRINCE, Arnold (m) bap. Feb 20, 1901 son of Colin and Hannah; platelayer of Green Oak
PRINCE, Harry (m) bap. Dec 6, 1903 son of Colin and Hannah; foreman platelayer of Green Oak
PRINCE, Horace (m) bap. Jul 18, 1906 son of Colin and Hannah; platelayer of Green Oak
PRINCE, Wilfrid (m) bap. Feb 8, 1899 son of Colin and Hannah; platelayer of Green Oak
PRINCE, William (m) bap. Jun 10, 1889 son of William and Annie; banksman of Totley Rise
PRITCHARD, Albert William (m) bap. Sep 10, 1878 son of John and Amy; railway signalman of Bradway
REED, Charles (m) bap. Oct 5, 1890 son of William and Emily; navvy of Totley Rise
REED, Elizabeth (f) bap. Oct 5, 1890 dau. of William and Emily; navvy of Totley Rise
REED, John (m) bap. Oct 5, 1890 son of William and Emily; navvy of Totley Rise
RICHARDSON, Alfred Booth (m) bap. Mar 8, 1893 son of Thomas and Sarah; bank sub-manager of Summerville
RICHARDSON, Margaret Elizabeth (f) bap. Mar 8, 1893 dau. of Thomas and Sarah; bank sub-manager of Summerville
RICHARDSON, Monica Bridgett (f) bap. Jun 5, 1909 dau. of Percy and Annie; engineer of Brook House, Totley Rise
RIDDLE, Amos (m) bap. Feb 28, 1892 son of Samuel and Rose; navvy of Wood View
RIDGEWAY, Catherine (f) bap. May 16, 1880 dau. of George and Mary; coachman of Abbeydale St. John
RIDGEWAY, George (m) bap. Feb 16, 1879 son of George and Mary; coachman of Brinkburn, Abbeydale
RIDGWAY, Mary Anne (f) bap. Aug 12, 1877 dau. of George and Mary; coachman of Abbeydale
ROACH, Annie (f) bap. Mar 23, 1892 dau. of Harry and Clara Anne; miner of Green Oak
ROBERTS, James Henry (m) bap. Dec 3, 1893 son of James and Eliza; engine driver of Totley Rise
ROBERTS, John Haywood Boyd (m) bap. Apr 1, 1915 son of Stanley Boyd and Edith Haywood; solicitor of Boulby, Bushey Wood Road
ROBINSON, Alice (f) bap. Jun 30, 1883 dau. of Henry and Mary Ann; manufacturer of Broomfield
ROBINSON, Dorothy (f) bap. Jan 26, 1890 dau. of George Marsden and Sarah Ann; cooper of Broomfield, Bradway
ROBINSON, Ernest (m) bap. Jun 30, 1883 son of Henry and Mary Ann; manufacturer of Broomfield
ROBINSON, Evelyn (f) bap. Aug 14, 1896 dau. of Rupert and Kate; timber merchant manager of Grove Road
ROBINSON, George Marsden (m) bap. Jan 26, 1890 son of George Marsden and Sarah Ann; cooper of Broomfield, Bradway
ROBINSON, George Marsden (m) bap. Jun 30, 1883 son of Henry and Mary Ann; manufacturer of Broomfield
ROBINSON, Hebe, bap. Sep 24, 1893 child of George Marsden and Sarah Ann; cooper of Broomfield, Bradway
ROBINSON, Henry (m) bap. Jan 26, 1890 son of George Marsden and Sarah Ann; cooper of Broomfield, Bradway
ROBINSON, Henry (m) bap. Jun 30, 1883 son of Henry and Mary Ann; manufacturer of Broomfield
ROBINSON, Leslie (m) bap. Sep 24, 1893 son of George Marsden and Sarah Ann; cooper of Broomfield, Bradway
ROBINSON, Mabel (f) bap. Jun 30, 1883 dau. of George Marsden and Sarah Ann; manager, cooperage of Broomfield, Abbeydale
ROBINSON, Rupert (m) bap. Jun 30, 1883 son of Henry and Mary Ann; manufacturer of Broomfield
ROBINSON, William (m) bap. Jun 30, 1883 son of Henry and Mary Ann; manufacturer of Broomfield
ROLLINSON, Nellie (f) bap. Jan 5, 1893 dau. of Anthiony and Alice Mary; bank clerk of Totley Rise
ROSS, Mary Catherine (f) bap. Sep 16, 1881 dau. of John and Jane Elizabeth; merchant of Ecclesall
ROTHWELL, Kathleen Mary (f) bap. Feb 26, 1911 dau. of Richard Foster and Clara; hotel proprietor of Abbeydale Hotel, Beauchief
RUDD, Edith and Ethel (f) bap. Dec 17, 1882 dau. of William Robert and Mary Ann; gardener of Abbeydale Park Lodge
RUDD, Eleanor (f) bap. Mar 22, 1891 dau. of William Robert and Mary; coachman of Abbeydale Park
RUDD, George (m) bap. Apr 28, 1889 son of William Robert and Mary; coachman of Abbeydale Park Lodge
RUDD, Henry (m) bap. Dec 17, 1882 son of William Robert and Mary Ann; gardener of Abbeydale Park Lodge
RUDD, Jessie May (f) bap. Jun 5, 1904 dau. of William Thomas and Edith; coachman of Norton Woodseats
RUDD, John (m) bap. Apr 1, 1894 son of William Robert and Mary; coachman of Abbeydale Park
RUDD, Riley Furness, bap. Dec 24, 1899 child of William Thomas and Edith; coachman of Beauchief
RUDD, Robert (m) bap. Sep 15, 1899 son of William Robert and Mary; coachman of Abbeydale Park
RUSSELL, Walter (m) bap. Jul 22, 1892 son of Frederick and Caroline; miner of Wood View
SAUNDERS, Arthur (m) bap. Nov 1, 1894 son of Robert James and Maria; signalman of Twentywell
SAUNDERS, Lilian Maude (f) bap. Jun 4, 1900 dau. of Robert James and Maria; signalman of Bradway
SAYLES, Eliza Ethel (f) bap. Nov 4, 1888 dau. of Benjamin and Mary Elizabeth; gardener of Ashfurlong Villa, Abbeydale, Dore
SAYLES, Mabel (f) bap. Feb 2, 1890 dau. of Benjamin and Mary Elizabeth; gardener of Ashfurlong Villa
SAYNOR, Audrey Madeleine (f) bap. Apr 17, 1914 dau. of Willie and Elizabeth; cutlery manufacturer of Whitecroft, New Totley
SAYNOR, Winifred Mary (m) bap. Apr 14, 1912 son of Willie and Elziabeth; cutlery manufacturer of Whitecroft, New Totley
SEAGO, Ethel Gertrude (f) bap. Jan 29, 1912 dau. of Charles Edwin and Annie; printer of Bradway
SEASTRON, Jessie (f) bap. Nov 5, 1902 dau. of James Blonk and Eleanor; farmer of Bradway
SEED, Phyllis Mary (f) bap. Mar 20, 1907 dau. of George Alfred and Mary; wholesale grocer of Devonshire Road
SENIOR, Emily Celia (f) bap. Mar 3, 1893 dau. of Rufus and Emily; miner of Totley Rise
SHEARER, Raymond (m) bap. Apr 23, 1913 son of John Henry and Annie Elizabeth; manager of Rolling Mill, Totley Rise
SHIPSTON, Phoebe Olive (f) bap. Sep 13, 1908 dau. of Albert and Agnes Olive; motor man of Twentywell
SHORT, Frank Edgar (m) bap. Feb 7, 1894 son of Henry and Esther Hannah; carpenter of Bradway Bank
SILVESTER, Archibald Kent (m) bap. May 24, 1885 son of Samuel and Elizabeth; assurance traveller of Abbeydale
SLATER, Agnes Olive (f) bap. Nov 25, 1888 dau. of William and Anna Elizabeth; labourer of Bradway
SLATER, Albert Edward (m) bap. Nov 25, 1888 son of William and Anna Elizabeth; labourer of Bradway
SLATER, Amy (f) bap. Jan 13, 1904 dau. of Walter and Eliza; labourer of Bradway
SLATER, Annie (f) bap. Mar 18, 1908 dau. of William Walter and Eliza; labourer of Bradway
SLATER, Beatrice (f) bap. Dec 8, 1878 dau. of John and Elizabeth; brickmaker of Twentywell
SLATER, Charles (m) bap. Jun 19, 1892 son of John and Elziabeth; brick burner of Twentywell
SLATER, Elizabeth (f) bap. Jun 19, 1892 dau. of John and Elizabeth; brick burner of Twentywell
SLATER, Frank (m) bap. May 25, 1911 son of William and Charlotte Louisa; labourer of Bradway
SLATER, Fred (m) bap. Jan 25, 1906 son of William Walter and Eliza; labourer of Bradway
SLATER, George Edward (m) bap. Nov 5, 1913 son of ALbert Edward and Lucy Ada; engine stoker of Bradway
SLATER, George Reeves (m) bap. Jul 26, 1882 son of George and Emily; stationer of Wood Lea, Abbeydale
SLATER, Harold (m) bap. Feb 4, 1894 son of William and Ann Elizabeth; labourer of Bradway
SLATER, John Reuben (m) bap. Dec 8, 1878 son of John and Elizabeth; brickmaker of Twentywell
SLATER, Joseph (m) bap. Nov 22, 1885 son of William and Annie Elizabeth; labourer of Bradway
SLATER, Leslie Durham (m) bap. Feb 21, 1896 son of John and Elizabeth; brick burner of Twentywell
SLATER, Lilian (f) bap. Nov 6, 1901 dau. of William Walter and Eliza; labourer of Bradway
SLATER, Mary (f) bap. Apr 8, 1914 dau. of William and Charlotte Louisa; gardener of Bradway
SLATER, Mary Georgina (f) bap. Jun 28, 1891 dau. of William and Elizabeth; labourer of Bradway
SLATER, Ruby (f) bap. May 8, 1910 dau. of Wilfred and Elizabeth Ann; platelayer of Twentywell
SLATER, Seth, bap. Dec 8, 1878 child of John and Elizabeth; brickmaker of Twentywell
SLATER, Violet (f) bap. Jan 6, 1897 dau. of William and Ann Elizabeth; labourer of Bradway
SLATER, Wilfred (m) bap. Nov 25, 1888 son of John and Elizabeth; labourer of Twentywell
SLATER, Wilfrid Harry (m) bap. Mar 3, 1907 son of Elizabeth of Twentywell
SLATER, Winifred Mary (m) bap. May 7, 1913 son of May Georgina of Bradway
SMITH, Arnold (m) bap. Jul 29, 1900 son of John William and Annie; gardener of Abbeydale Lodge
SMITH, Elizabeth (f) bap. Jun 19, 1892 dau. of Robert and Elizabeth; labourer of Twentywell
SMITH, George Edward (m) bap. May 20, 1888 son of George and Anne; labourer of Bradway
SMITH, John Hardy (m) bap. Jun 12, 1892 son of Frank Wray and Harriet Hannah; grocer of Totley Rise
SMITH, Lily (f) bap. Apr 11, 1909 dau. of Joseph and Sarah; collier of Old Dansmoor
SMITH, Nellie (f) bap. Jan 24, 1913 dau. of Charles and Lucy Isabel; carter of Totley
SMITH, Reginald (m) bap. Nov 6, 1904 son of John William and Annie; gardener of Park Lodge
SMITH, Rose (f) bap. Jun 19, 1892 dau. of Robert and Elizabeth; labourer of Twentywell
SMITH, Winifred (m) bap. May 3, 1908 son of John William and Annie; gardener of The Lodge, Abbeydale Park
SOMERSET, George William (m) bap. Jan 11, 1899 son of Samuel and Lily; baker of Green Oak
SOMERSET, Robert (m) bap. Jan 11, 1899 son of Samuel and Lily; baker of Green Oak
SOMERSET, Samuel (m) bap. Jan 11, 1899 son of Samuel and Lily; baker of Green Oak
SPENCER, Francis Leonard (f) bap. Feb 1, 1885 dau. of Fred and Mary; labourer of Rolling Mill, Totley
SPENCER, John Harry (m) bap. Sep 11, 1881 son of Fred and Mary; quarryman of Bradway
SPENCER, Meta Alexandra (f) bap. Jun 1, 1902 dau. of Daniel and Elizabeth; silver buffer of Totley Rise
SPITTLEHOUSE, Charles Arthur (m) bap. Dec 1, 1901 son of Arthur and Eliza; farmer of Norton
SPRATT, Winifred Mary (m) bap. Dec 18, 1881 son of Thomas and Mary Anna; clerk in holy orders of Parsonage, Abbeydale St. John
STAGG, Leslie John (m) bap. Dec 26, 1880 son of John Ward and Mercy Ann; surveyor of Beauchief Abbey
STAGG, Reginald (m) bap. Jan 7, 1883 son of John Ward and Mary Ann; surveyor of Beauchief
STALEY, Kathleen (f) bap. Jan 25, 1914 dau. of Leonard and Edith; rule maker of Green Oak
STEELE, Douglas Alfred (m) bap. Mar 4, 1914 son of Robert William and Annie; silversmith of Twentywell
STEELE, Muriel May (f) bap. Mar 3, 1912 dau. of Robert William and Annie; silversmith of Twentywell
STEVENSON, Bertha Iris (f) bap. Jan 8, 1905 dau. of William and Susannah; fruiterer of Lane Head, Totley
STEWARD, Barbara Helen (f) bap. Nov 2, 1907 dau. of Oswald Brierley and Ada Annie; solicitor of Totley Brook Road
STURDY, Amy (f) bap. Oct 25, 1880 dau. of Paul and Amelia Matilda; joiner of Totley
STURDY, George Robert (m) bap. Feb 28, 1891 son of Paul and Amelia Matilda; joiner of Green Oak
STURDY, Joseph Leonard (m) bap. May 31, 1885 son of Paul and Amelia Matilda; joiner of Green Oak
STURDY, Thomas (m) bap. May 31, 1885 son of Paul and Amelia Matilda; joiner of Green Oak
SUTTON, Albert (m) bap. Sep 10, 1913 son of Harry and Mary Elizabeth; collier of Bradway
SYKES, Margaret Annie (f) bap. Jan 11, 1907 dau. of Fred and Jusith; farm labourer of Strawberry Lea
TAYLOR, Beatrice Mabel (f) bap. Dec 7, 1890 dau. of William and Priscilla; scythesmith of Totley Rise
TAYLOR, Clarence (m) bap. Jun 9, 1907 son of Shirley and Elsie; scythesmith of Totley Rise
TAYLOR, Doris (f) bap. Jun 9, 1907 dau. of Shirley and Elsie; scythesmith of Totley Rise
TAYLOR, Elsie May (f) bap. Jul 10, 1901 dau. of William and Priscilla; scythesmith of Totley Rise
TAYLOR, Frank (m) bap. Jun 28, 1903 son of Walter and Sarah Anne; gardener of Brinkburn Lodge
TAYLOR, Frank (m) bap. Jun 7, 1891 son of Henry and Ann Amelia; labourer of Totley Rise
TAYLOR, Hilda Mary (f) bap. Apr 5, 1911 dau. of Walter and Sarah Ann; gardener of Ashfurlong
TAYLOR, James (m) bap. Jun 7, 1891 son of Henry and Ann Amelia; labourer of Totley Rise
TAYLOR, Joseph (m) bap. May 16, 1900 son of George and Mary Anne; labourer of Totley Rise
TAYLOR, Walter (m) bap. Sep 9, 1906 son of Walter and Sarah Ann; gardener of The Lodge, Brinkburn Grange
TAYLOR, William Henry (m) bap. Aug 26, 1894 son of William and Priscilla; scythesmith of Totley Rise
THOMPSON, Colin Geoffrey (m) bap. Apr 15, 1909 son of Colin Arnold and Gertrude Elizabeth; butcher of Totley Rise
THOMPSON, Emma (f) bap. Apr 14, 1914 dau. of Leonard and Emma; publican of Red Lion Inn, Heeley
THOMPSON, Frank Wilfred (m) bap. Mar 18, 1915 son of Colin Arnold and Gertrude Elizabeth; butcher of Totley Rise
THOMPSON, Kathleen Marjorie (f) bap. Jan 7, 1907 dau. of Colin Arnold and Gertrude Elizabeth; butcher of Totley Rise
THOMPSON, Mary (f) bap. Apr 27, 1911 dau. of Leonard Edmund and Emma; publican of Red Lion Hotel, Heeley
THOMPSON, Thomas Henry (m) bap. Sep 20, 1914 son of Harold Ernest and Elizabeth Ann; grocer of Green Oak
THORNE, Aubrey Lionel Tyzack (m) bap. Apr 28, 1900 son of Charles Augustus and Jessie; surgeon of The Glen
THORPE, Amy (f) bap. Dec 15, 1895 dau. of Ernest and Annie; coachman of Beauchief
THORPE, Ivy Edith (f) bap. Jun 1, 1884 dau. of Walter and Amelia; scythe grinder of Whirlow
THORPE, Marjorie (f) bap. Sep 19, 1897 dau. of Joseph and Ellen; coachman of Abbey Lane
THORPE, May Elizabeth (f) bap. Mar 15, 1896 dau. of Joseph and Ellen; coachman of Abbeydale
TIDDY, Gordon (m) bap. Nov 4, 1900 son of Fred and Rosanna; district superintendent of Dore
TILLEY, Florence (f) bap. Aug 30, 1891 dau. of James and Elizabeth; miner of Green Oak
TOMLINSON, Jane Medlicott (f) bap. Jan 14, 1876 dau. of Henry and Martha; brewer of Sheaf House Abbeydale
TRUSWELL, David (m) bap. Dec 24, 1911 son of Albert and Elizabeth; buffer of Twentywell
TRUSWELL, Gertrude Mary (f) bap. Nov 16, 1913 dau. of Albert and Elizabeth; buffer of Twentywell
TUCKER, Mable (f) bap. Sep 18, 1892 dau. of George and Jessie Flora; brick setter of Twentywell
TURNER, Betty Annie (f) bap. Nov 25, 1903 dau. of Benjamin Tyzack and Eleanor Gertrude; manufacturer of Norton
TURNER, Harriet (f) bap. Mar 28, 1909 dau. of Frank and Sarah Ellen; wire worker of Bradway
TYSON, Arthur (m) bap. Jan 11, 1899 son of George and Lily; file cutter of Green Oak
TYSON, Emily (f) bap. May 1, 1902 dau. of George and Lily; file cutter of Green Oak
TYSON, Lily (f) bap. Jan 11, 1899 dau. of George and Lily; file cutter of Green Oak
UDALL, Nell (f) bap. Jul 7, 1890 dau. of Henry and Anna; stonemason of Totley Rise
VEALL, Kathleen Tyzack (f) bap. Dec 15, 1892 dau. of William Cleverley and Helen; manufacturer of Beauchief
VICKERS, Valerie Claire (f) bap. Jul 22, 1911 dau. of George Westlake and Nellie Maud; engineer of Grendon, Totley Brook Road
VICKERS, William Arthur (m) bap. Oct 2, 1904 son of John Arthur and Mary Jane; silver chaser of Bradway
WALLHEAD, Annie Matilda (f) bap. Apr 23, 1876 dau. of Thomas William and Matilda; coachman of Park Lodge, Abbeydale
WALLHEAD, Thomas William (m) bap. Oct 21, 1877 son of Thomas and Matilda; coachman of Abbeydale, Dore
WALTON, Charles (m) bap. Apr 29, 1883 son of William and Elizabeth Ann; labourer of Twentywell
WARD, Dorothy Millar (f) bap. Jun 19, 1898 dau. of James and Louise; engineer of Sheffield
WARD, Frances Elizabeth (m) bap. Nov 5, 1905 son of Maurice and Harriet; labourer of Green Oak
WARD, Louie (m) bap. Nov 5, 1905 son of Maurice and Harriet; labourer of Green Oak
WARD, Maurice (m) bap. Nov 5, 1905 son of Maurice and Harriet; labourer of Green Oak
WARWICK, Joseph William (m) bap. Jun 22, 1892 son of William and Isabella; labourer of Victoria Road
WEBBER, Ann (f) bap. Aug 21, 1894 dau. of Richard and Ann; mason of London
WEEKES, Alice Muad (f) bap. Dec 18, 1892 dau. of William and Elizabeth; labourer of Totley Rise
WELLS, Charles Edward (m) bap. Oct 22, 1902 son of Percy and Annie; silver finisher of Totley Rise
WESTLAKE, Norman Webb (m) bap. Jul 6, 1913 son of Henry Webb and Mary Gertrude; manufacturer of The Polars, Abbeydale Road South
WHITELEGG, Eric (m) bap. May 27, 1903 son of William Henry and Libby; mineral water maker of Twentywell Lane
WHITELEY, Charles Lewis (m) bap. Apr 10, 1898 son of Lewis Joe and Mary Ellen; grocer of Totley Rise
WIGFALL, Margery Lees (f) bap. Oct 25, 1885 dau. of Thomas D and Elizabeth; corn miller of Dore
WIGHTMAN, Gertrude Rangeley (f) bap. Aug 11, 1878 dau. of Dossey and Annie; solicitor of Abbeydale
WIGHTMAN, Marian Abbot (f) bap. May 16, 1877 dau. of Dossy and Annie; solicitor of Dore
WILBRAHAM, Constance Mary (f) bap. Mar 31, 1912 dau. of Joseph and Sarah Ann; clerk of Victoria Road
WILBRAHAM, Marjorie Lavender (f) bap. Aug 26, 1908 dau. of Joseph and Sarah Ann; commercial clerk of Victoria Road
WILLEY, Alfred (m) bap. Aug 5, 1891 son of Alfred and Julia; signalman of Bradway
WILSON, Ada Augusta (f) bap. Aug 17, 1892 dau. of John and Emily; labourer of Bradway
WILSON, Ellen Ethel (f) bap. Aug 17, 1892 dau. of John and Emily; labourer of Bradway
WILSON, Florence Maud (f) bap. Aug 17, 1892 dau. of John and Emily; labourer of Bradway
WILSON, Gertrude Minnie Mabel (f) bap. Aug 17, 1892 dau. of John and Emily; labourer of Bradway
WILSON, Hilda Hetty (f) bap. Oct 28, 1894 dau. of Richard and Hannah; labourer of Bradway
WILSON, John Alfred (m) bap. Jun 10, 1883 son of William and Sarah M; silver filer of Green Oak
WILSON, Kenneth Alexander (m) bap. Aug 14, 1909 son of Ernest and Jeannie Rose; solicitor of Woodlands, Dore
WILSON, Manfred Myers (m) bap. Jun 10, 1900 son of John Henry and Annie Rosa; brewer of Sharrow
WILSON, Maurice Granville (m) bap. Mar 27, 1895 son of John and Emily; labourer of Bradway
WILSON, Shirley Austin (m) bap. Feb 23, 1898 son of John and Emily; labourer of Norton Woodseats
WILSON, Thomas William Herbert (m) bap. Jun 11, 1893 son of Richard and Hannah; labourer of Bradway
WILSON, Victor Baden (m) bap. Jun 13, 1900 son of Richard and Hannah; labourer of Bradway
WING, Ethel Unwin (f) bap. Apr 7, 1878 dau. of John Unwin and Jemima Jane; accountant of Brinkburn Grange, Abbeydale
WINT, Alice Mary (f) bap. Feb 12, 1882 dau. of Joseph and Mary; gardener of Totley Rise
WINT, Clarice Noreen (f) bap. Mar 14, 1910 dau. of John William and Clarice Hilda; cab driver of Totley Rise
WINT, Ernest (m) bap.  son of Samuel and Florence; cab driver of Abbeydale
WINT, Ernest William (m) bap. Nov 12, 1908 son of John William and Clarice Hilda; cab driver of Totley Rise
WINT, John William (m) bap. May 25, 1884 son of Joseph and Mary Coates; shopkeeper of Totley Rise
WINT, John Willis (m) bap. Aug 18, 1905 son of John William and Clarice Hilda; butcher of Totley Rise
WINT, Lilian (f) bap. Jul 30, 1902 dau. of Joseph and Mary; greengrocer of Green Oak
WINT, Thomas (m) bap. Dec 21, 1879 son of Joseph and Mary Coates; gardener of Abbeydale St. John
WINT, William Thomas (m) bap. Jul 10, 1901 son of Samuel and Florence; cab driver of Totley Rise
WINT, Winifred Bernice (m) bap. Jan 31, 1894 son of Joseph and Mary; grocer of Totley Rise
WOLSTENHOLME, Ada (f) bap. Jul 1, 1888 dau. of Wilfred Harrison and Elizabeth; scythesmith of Rolling Mill, Abbeydale
WOLSTENHOLME, Agnes Emma (f) bap. Oct 8, 1893 dau. of Wilfred and Annie; scythesmith of Rolling Mill
WOLSTENHOLME, Annie Louisa (f) bap. Mar 20, 1892 dau. of Wilfred and Annie; scythesmith of Rolling Mill
WOLSTENHOLME, Bernard Frederick (m) bap. Mar 21, 1897 son of Wilfrid Harrison and Annie; scythesmith of Rolling Mill
WOLSTENHOLME, Edgar Aubrey Bingley (m) bap. Jun 10, 1907 son of Edgar and Emma; schoolmaster of Moorlands, Bushey Wood, Dore
WOLSTENHOLME, Edith Aurelia (f) bap. Apr 30, 1905 dau. of Wilfred Harrison and Annie; scythesmith of Totley Rolling Mill
WOLSTENHOLME, Frank Edwin (m) bap. Mar 24, 1901 son of Wilfrid Harrison and Annie; scythesmith of Rolling Mill
WOLSTENHOLME, Gladys (f) bap. Mar 17, 1895 dau. of Wilfred and Annie; scythesmith of Rolling Mill
WOLSTENHOLME, Mabel (f) bap. Mar 15, 1897 dau. of Selby and Mary; scythesmith of Rolling Mill
WOLSTENHOLME, Margaret Annie (f) bap. Jun 7, 1903 dau. of Wilfrid Harrison and Annie; scythesmith of Rolling Mill
WOLSTENHOLME, Nellie (f) bap. Sep 18, 1910 dau. of Wilfred Harrison and Annie; scythesmith of Rolling Mill
WOLSTENHOLME, Olive Mary (f) bap. Apr 23, 1899 dau. of Wilfrid Harrison and Annie; scythesmith of Rolling Mill
WOLSTENHOLME, Raymond Bingley (m) bap. Aug 31, 1905 son of Edgar and Emma; schoolmaster of Moorlands, Devonshire Road
WOLSTENHOLME, Selby (m) bap. Aug 20, 1876 son of Frederick and Jane; railway spring fitter of Darnell
WOLSTENHOLME, Wilfred Herbert (m) bap. Sep 15, 1912 son of Wilfred Harrison and Annie; scythesmith of Rolling Mill, Totley Rise
WOLSTENHOLME, Winifred May (m) bap. Jul 21, 1907 son of Wilfred Harrison and Annie; scythesmith of Totley Rise
WOODWORTH, May (f) bap. Jun 24, 1906 dau. of Ernest and Florinda Emma; mason of Green Oak
WORBOYS, Alfred (m) bap. Mar 21, 1909 son of Alfred and Ethel; passenger guard of 15 Artisan View, Heeley
WORBOYS, Winifred (m) bap. Sep 3, 1905 son of Alfred and Ethel; passenger guard of 15 Artisan View, Heeley
WORLEY, Dorothy Margaret (f) bap. Mar 7, 1915 dau. of George and Dorothy; porter of Wathe on Dearne
WRAGG, Claude Evans (m) bap. Nov 5, 1911 son of Frederick and Edith; grinder of Brook Terrace
WRAGG, Dennis (m) bap. May 6, 1894 son of Hoseph and Mary Anne; farm labourer of Ashfurlong
WRAGG, Doris Winifred (f) bap. May 7, 1899 dau. of Joseph and Mary Anne; farm labourer of Ashfurlong
WRAGG, Ellen (f) bap. Jul 28, 1901 dau. of Joseph and Mary Anne; farm labourer of Ashfurlong
WRAGG, Frank (m) bap. Sep 18, 1887 son of Joseph and Mary Anna; labourer of Ashfurlong Cottages, Dore
WRAGG, Fred (m) bap. Dec 22, 1889 son of Joseph and Mary Ann; farm labourer of Ashfurlong Cottages
WRAGG, Jessie (f) bap. Mar 20, 1892 dau. of Joseph and Mary Ann; labourer of Ashfurlong
WRAGG, John Edward (m) bap. Feb 7, 1904 son of Joseph and Mary Anne; farm labourer of Ashfurlong
WRAGG, Joseph (m) bap. Sep 4, 1885 son of Joseph and Mary Anna; farm labourer of Ashfurlong Cottages
WRAGG, Patty (f) bap. Sep 4, 1885 dau. of Joseph and Mary Anna; farm labourer of Ashfurlong Cottages
WRAGG, Thomas (m) bap. Sep 4, 1885 son of Joseph and Mary Anna; farm labourer of Ashfurlong Cottages, Dore
WRIGHT, Thomas (m) bap. Mar 17, 1895 son of Edith; domestic servant of Totley Rise
YEOMANS, Isabelle (f) bap. May 3, 1906 dau. of John and Ann; town clerk of Sheffield
YOUNG, David Cawood (m) bap. Aug 27, 1914 son of Charles Edward and Grace Isobel; bank manager of Audrey Cottage, Dore
YOUNG, Mabel (f) bap. Jul 13, 1893 dau. of Thomas and Margaret; manager, Sheffield Telegraph of Beauchief
YOUNG, Rachel Mary Ransford (f) bap. Aug 27, 1914 dau. of Charles Edward and Grace Isabel; bank manager of Audrey Cottage, Dore

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On Wednesday 27th October you are invited to join Stephen Gay for the second part of a virtual railway journey which starts at Retford, stopping at Gainsborough and Kirton Lindsey before passing through the 1,334 yard Kirton Tunnel and then on via Brigg and Grimsby to the east coast holiday resort of Cleethorpes. There may be time to enjoy a side trip up the scenic North Lincolnshire branch line to Barton-on-Humber. Stephen will explore the history of the line and its surrounding countryside in his usual fascinating way in a talk that is not just for railway enthusiasts. The talk will be in Totley Library beginning at 7.30 p.m. To maintain social distancing, numbers may have to be restricted, so if you wish to attend would you please advise us by emailing secretary @totley historygroup.org.uk

 

On Wednesday 24th November  Rod Amos will talk to us about The Bodysnatchers of Yorkshire. Bodysnatching is said to have begun after a surge in numbers of pupils studying medicine in the early part of the 19th century. Up to then medical students had relied on the dead bodies of hanged prisoners for dissection, allowed under an old statute dating from Henry VIII. When that supply became insufficient, the practice of digging up graves to steal corpses became a profitable business for gangs of so-called Resurrectionists. In Sheffield, anger about the lack of respect for the dead led to an angry mob burning down the city's School of Anatomy in 1835. The talk will begin at 7.30 p.m. in Totley Library. To maintain social distancing, numbers may have to be restricted, so if you wish to attend would you please advise us by emailing secretary @totley historygroup.org.uk

Pauline Burnett's book The Rise of Totley Rise has been revised and updated. It tells the story of this small piece of land from 1875 when there was only a rolling mill and chemical yard alongside the river a mile from Totley, through Victorian and Edwardian times, two world wars and up to the present day. It has 94 pages including a useful index and many illustrations from private collections. The book is available now from Totley Rise Post Office priced at £5, or through our website when an additional charge will be made to cover packing and postage.

A few copies are still available of Sally Goldsmith's book Thirteen Acres: John Ruskin and the Totley Communists. Totley was the site of a utopian scheme funded by art critic and social reformer John Ruskin. In 1877 he bought 13-acre St. George’s Farm so that nine Sheffield working men and their families could work the land and, to keep themselves busy, make boots and shoes. Sally tells an engaging story from our history with a quirky cast of characters including Ruskin himself, the poet and gay rights activist Edward Carpenter and Henry Swan, a cycling, vegetarian artist and Quaker. The book is available to order online from the The Guild of St. George by following this link.

A recently discovered box of WWII correspondence reveals the story of how a small group of ladies from Dore and Totley recruited knitters from the west of Sheffield and how their efforts made them the country's greatest provider of Comforts for the Minesweeping crews of the Royal Navy. The story is told in Knit For Victory, a new book from Totley History Group. Written by Pauline Burnett, it has 82 pages and many illustrations. It is on sale in local shops and via our website.  Further information about the correspondence is in this inside page of our website: Dore & Totley Minesweeping Trawlers Comforts Fund

The story is told in Totley War Memorial WW1 of the ten men from our village who gave their lives in the Great War. Written by Pauline Burnett, Jim Martin and Dorothy Prosser, a chapter is devoted to each of the soldiers with a family tree followed by as much information as could be discovered about the men and their families. There is also information about their military careers and the actions in which they lost their lives. The book has 64 pages and is illustrated throughout with photographs of the men, their families and the houses where they lived.

We are very grateful to Mrs Valerie Taylor of Dore for lending us the title deeds to Lower Bents Farmhouse which is reputed to be the oldest surviving building in the area with a proven history back to 1621. We have now scanned and transcribed the deeds which could be particularly interesting to anyone with a connection to the local Fisher, Dalton and Marshall Families. 

Until 1844, when Dore Christ Church parish was created, Totley township was part of Dronfield parish. We have now transcribed the burial records for former Totley residents at St. John the Baptist, Dronfield for the period 1678-1870 and at St. Swithin, Holmesfield for the period 1766-1901.

Whilst researching the history of the Dalton Family we found it useful to transcribe a number of early Wills and Inventories. These and those of many other Totley, Dore and Holmesfield people dating from between 1594 and 1856 have now been added to our website.

St. Swithin's Church, Holmesfield pre-dates Dore Christ Church and was the place where many of the people from Totley worshipped and were baptised, married and buried. Read the inscriptions on more than 750 gravestones in the churchyard including those of Mr. and Mrs. William Aldam Milner of Totley Hall, Jessie Matilda Tyzack (nee Fisher) of Avenue Farm, and Rev. J. A. Kerfoot of St. John's, Abbeydale.

Thomas Youdan was a music hall proprietor and benefactor who was living at Grove House, Totley in 1867 when he sponsored the first football knockout competition in the world for The Youdan Cup.

The words Millhouses Cricket Club can be seen in the background of team photos which are likely to date from between 1905 and the early 1920s, very probably pre-war. They were lent to us by Garth Inman who can identify his great uncle, Cecil Inman, in some of the photos and would like to know when they were taken and, if possible, the names of others present. Please take a look to see whether you can put names to any of the faces. 

Josiah Hibberd was seriously injured whilst working on the construction of the Totley Tunnel in 1892. He died on 9 May 1897 at the age of 38 having apparently spent most of previous five years in hospital.

Bradway House was built around 1832 by Henry Greaves, a farmer, together with two adjacent cottages. We have traced most of the occupants of the property from these early days up to the start of World War Two.

We have transcribed the baptisms records at St. John the Evangelist, Abbeydale from when the church was consecrated in 1876 until just after the start of World War 1. The records are arranged in alphabetical order based upon the child's name and show the date of baptism, the names of the parents, their home location and occupation.

Nick Kuhn bought an original 1920s poster which had this owners' blind stamp in one corner. The stamp almost certainly refers to a house named Wigmore that was built in the late 1920s or early 1930s. The first occupiers that we can trace are John Howarth Caine, a district mineral agent for the LNER, his wife Florence Jane (nee Prince) and daughter Doris Mary. The Caine family lived at Wigmore until 1936 by which time the house would have been known simply as 12 The Quandrant.

George Griffiths died on 13 December 1888 following an explosion during the sinking of number 3 airshaft at Totley Bents. His widow Florence died shortly afterwards and his two daughters Maud and Annie were adopted separately. Whilst Annie lived the rest of her life in Yorkshire, Maud emigrated to Australia in 1923 with her husband, John Burrows, daughter Margaret and son Jack, pictured above.

George Wainwright was said to have been born in Bamford, Derbyshire in 1714. He learned the trade of linen weaving and moved to Totley after his marriage on 1744. He became an ardent follower of John Wesley who paid many visits to Sheffield and who would have passed through or close to Totley. Preaching was at first conducted out of doors and when Wesley's preachers became harassed by a mob of Totley ruffians in 1760, George offered them safety of his own home. He remained a Methodist for all of his long life, dying in Dore in 1821 at the reputed age of 107.

Oakwood School was started by Mrs Phoebe Holroyd in 1925 initially as the Firth Park Kindergarten and, by 1927, as the Firth Park Preparatory School. Phoebe was still working at the school almost fifty years later when she was well into her seventies. We would like to hear from anyone with memories of the school. 

James Curtis was born at sea aboard HMS Chichester in 1790. He enlisted as a Private in the 1st Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guards in Sheffield in 1812 and served in Spain and Portugal during the Peninsular War. He later fought in France and Belgium taking part in the Battle of Waterloo. In later life James lived at the Cricket Inn where his son-in-law William Anthony was the licensed victualler. He died in Heeley in 1882 aged about 91. 

Charles Paul lived in Totley in later life. He was a local historian and archaeologist who was an authority on the history of Sheffield, especially the two areas he knew best: Attercliffe and Ecclesall. His books and letters to local newspapers were published under the Latin form of his name Carolus Paulus.

Towards the end of the 19th century Totley Hall gardens became a well known beauty spot that attracted many hundreds of visitors from Sheffield on open days and the rock gardens became one of its most popular features. Mrs Annie Charlesworth sent us six glass transparencies of the rock gardens taken, we believe, in the early years following the Great War.

Anton Rodgers send us photographs of three water-colours that had been bought by his grandfather at a sale of the contents of Abbeydale Hall in 1919. One was of a scene said to be in York by A. Wilson. A second was of a seated child with a dog believed to be pianted by Juliana Russell (1841-1898). The third was of Lake Como, by Ainslie Hodson Bean (1851-1918) who lived for much of his life on the Riviera and in North Italy.

A Canadian correspondent sent us photographs of a set of silver spoons that were bought in a small town in British Columbia. The case contained a note signed by Ebenezer Hall indicating that they were a wedding gift to Maurice and Fanny Housley. We think we may have traced how they got to Canada and where they might have been since.

Green Oak Park was opened on 23 March 1929 on land that had been bought by Norton District Council from John Thomas Carr, a farmer and smallholder of Mona Villas. In later years, the buildings were used by the Bowling Club (the green having been built in 1956) and by the park keeper. However, the buildings appear to have been constructed in several phases, the oldest of which predates the park to the time when the land was used for pasture.

We believe the old Totley Police Station at 331 Baslow Road was built around 1882. Two lock-up cells were excavated just below floor level in the summer of 1890. We have traced the Derbyshire Constabulary police officers who lived there from John Burford in 1886 to George Thomas Wood who was there when Totley was absorbed into Sheffield in 1934.

David Stanley lived in Totley Rise in the later years of his life. Born in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire, he joined the 17th Lancers when he was 19 and rode in the Charge of The Light Brigade at the Battle of Balaclava where he was seriously wounded. For the first reunion of veterans in 1875, he told his story to a reporter from the Buxton Herald.

This picture postcard was addressed to Miss Abell, Holly Dene, Totley Brook Road and posted in Rotherham on 10 December 1907. Edith Annie Abell was born on 4 February 1887 in Sheffield and her family came to live in our area in the 1900s, staying for the rest of their lives.

Charles Herbert Nunn enlisted in the British Army on 23 August 1915 and was sent to France on 18 December 1915 to served with the British Expeditionary Force. In March 1916 it was discovered that he was underage and he was returned home. Shortly after his 18th birthday he re-enlisted and was again posted abroad where, in addition to this trio of medals, he was awarded the Military Medal. 

This certificate was awarded jointly by the Red Cross and St. John's Ambulance to Isaac Henry Williams, of Lemont Road, for his services during WW1 as a stretcher bearer. We are seeking anyone who can help us pass it on to a living relative.

In 1832 Samuel Dean pleaded guilty to stealing a quantity of lead from the Totley Rolling Mill and was sentenced to seven years transportation to Australia. He sailed on the Mangles and upon arrival in New South Wales he was sent to work for William Cox, the famous English explorer and pioneer. After receiving his Certificate of Freedom in 1840, Samuel became a farmer and went on to have a very large family. Samuel was born in Whitechapel around 1811 to parents Samuel Dean Snr. and Susannah Duck. His descendant Sarah Dean would like help in tracing his ancestry.

Ellen Topham was born in 1889 in Nottingham. Her parents had been living together since 1862 but had never married so it was most unusual that, after their deaths, Ellen was accepted into Cherrytree Orphanage. Even more so since her father, Snowden Topham, had been acquitted somewhat unexpectedly in a widely reported manslaughter trial. Ellen remained at Cherrytree until her death from pulmonary tuberculosis at the age of 15.

Mabel Wilkes was a resident in Cherrytree Orphanage between 1897 and 1905. Her granddaughter Sally Knights sent us these images of a book presented to Mabel as a prize for her writing. Sally also sent us some personal memories of her grandmother and a photograph of a locket which contains portraits of Mabel and her husband Septimus Gale.

John Henry Manby Keighley was living at Avenue Farm when he enlisted in 1916. He fought in France with the Cheshire Regiment but after home leave in early 1918 he went missing. The Army were unable to determine whether he had deserted or returned to the front and been either killed or captured by the enemy. In August 1919 he was formally presumed killed in action but it appears he did not die but returned home to his family.

Horace Ford was admitted to Cherrytree Orphanage on 26 October 1888 at the age of six. He left at the age of 14 to become an apprentice blacksmith and farrier. Soon after his 18th birthday Horace enlisted in the Imperial Yeomanry to serve his country in the war in South Africa. His letter home to his Orphanage mentor tells of the lucky escape he had in battle.

Pat Skidmore (née Sampy) lived on Totley Brook Road from 1932 to 1948 before her family moved to Main Avenue. In this short article she remembers her time at Totley All Saints School where she was a contemporary of Eric Renshaw and Bob Carr.

As we have nowhere to exhibit memorabilia and artifacts, we have created a Virtual Museum instead. The latest addition to our collection is this double-sided Totley Rise Post Office oval illuminated sign which was on the wall of 67 Baslow Road before the Post Office business transferred to number 71. Please contact us by email if you have things that you own and would like to see added to the virtual museum.

Conway Plumbe was a man of many talents who came to live in Totley Rise around 1912. As a young man he had poems published by Punch magazine and is remembered in modern collections of WW1 poetry. A number of his paintings were accepted by the Royal Academy. An engineering graduate of London University, he joined the Civil Service where he rose to a high level as a factory inspector, publishing two books on the subject and giving a series of talks on workplace health and safety on BBC radio during WW2. In retirement he wrote a philosophical-spiritual work called Release From Time.

Inside Totley Rise Methodist Church there is a Roll of Honour commemorating the soldiers from its congregation who served their king and country during the Great War. For all but one of the 28 names the soldier's regiment is recorded in the next column. The exception is David Cockshott for whom 'killed in action' is written alongside yet he appears on no war memorial in our area and no record of a mortally wounded soldier of that name is to be found. We think we have solved the mystery.

Mrs. Kate Plumbe moved from Mansfield to Totley Rise with a number of her family in 1913 and became closely involved with the Totley Union Church. Her daughter Winifred became a missionary and headmistress in Calcutta for over 38 years following which she returned home to live with her sister Hilda on Furniss Avenue. Hilda had also been a teacher, missionary and, like her mother, a volunteer at St. John's VAD during WW1.

Thomas Glossop was a cutler and razor manufacturer who was well known amongst cricketing and gardening circles. Despite going blind, he was able to continue his hobbies with remarkable success

The Totley Union Cycling Society Prize Giving and Fete was held on the fields near Abbeydale Hall on 18 July 1914. Anne Rafferty and Gordon Wainwright have named some of the people in two wonderful photographs of the event. Can you identify any more for us? 

The Tyzack family are well known in our area for owning iron and steel trades at Walk Mill, Abbeydale Works, Totley Rolling Mill and Totley Forge. This article covers the history of the family from the late 18th century when William Tyzack the founder of the company was born until the early 20th century when Joshua Tyzack farmed at Avenue Farm, Dore.  

Walter Waller Marrison moved to Totley around 1897 with his wife and their two young sons. He was a house builder who constructed properties around Totley Brook and Greenoak before ill health forced him to take up less physically demanding work. In 1904 he took over the tenancy of the grocers and off licence at number 71 Baslow Road. After his death in 1908, his widow Kate and later their eldest son Jack continued to run the business until it was sold in 1934.   

Ron Wijk of Nieuw-Vennep in the Netherlands has sent us two scanned images of drawings of old cottages made by the celebrated Dutch painter, Anton Pieck (1895-1987) simply annotated "Totley", and wondered whether we could identify their locations.

We would like to thank Christopher Rodgers for bringing to our attention this fascinating log of the 85th Sheffield (St. John's and Totley Orphanage) Wolf Cub Pack for 1927-45. The log is published jointly by Sheffield Scout Archives and Totley History Group as a free PDF download. It is illustrated by no fewer than 92 photographs and is supported by a comprehensive index and biographies of some of the main participants.

Following our Open Meeting event on School Days, Roger Hart, Howard Adams and John Timperley have each written to us with their memories of Norwood School, which was located in the rooms attached to the Dore & Totley United Reformed Church on Totley Brook Road. 

On 22nd July 1909 the children of Dore and Totley Schools celebrated by a pageant the union of England under King Ecgbert which took place at Dore in AD 827. The pageant was devised and written by Mrs Sarah Milner and her daughter Marjorie and performed in a field close to Avenue Farm in front of a large audience. Photographs of the event survive together with a fragment of the script.

John Edward Greenwood Pinder had lived all 46 years of his life in Totley but on census night, Sunday 2 April 1911, he was not at home; he was in Derby Gaol serving a sentence of three months hard labour. From the age of 20, John had been in and out of local courts for a series of minor offences including drunkenness, assault, wilful damage and night poaching. Finally he was sent to gaol for cutting down and stealing 86 small trees which he sold in Sheffield market for Christmas.

We have already transcribed the census returns for Totley, Totley Rise and Dore. Now we have transcribed Census Strays. These are people who were born in Totley but are missing from our earlier transcriptions. They may have been living, working or studying elsewhere or just away from home on the night the census was taken. Two people were in prison. Others were in Union Workhouses, hospitals and asylums. Fully indexed strays from the 1851, 1861, 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911 censuses are available now. 

We wish to thank Gillian Walker for allowing us to digitize an archive of material about the 1st Totley Scout Group. Most of the material was collected by Arthur Percival Birley in the period 1949-51 and there are many interesting documents pertaining to the building of the scout hut on Totley Hall Lane. In addition four Newsletters survive, two from the 1940s and two from 1971.

We are grateful to Angela Waite and All Saints' Parish Church for giving us access to baptismal and kindergarten birthday rolls dating from 1926 to 1941. We have transcribed the names, addresses, birthdates and baptismal dates and created an alphabetical index of entries for you to search. 

Edmund Sanderson, a Sheffield estate agent, aquired the land on either side of the old drive to Totley Grove in 1874 and divided it into plots for development. He called it the Totley Brook Estate. But before many houses were built, the estate road was severed in two by the building of the Dore & Chinley Railway line. The eastern end of the road became the cul-de-sac we now call Grove Road

John Roberts was born in Sheffield in 1798. He became a partner in one of the leading silversmiths firms in the city before moving to Abbeydale Park in 1851 and extending the house in Victorian gothic style. He paid for the building of St. John's Church and was believed to dispense more in charity than any other person in the neighbourhood including his protege Ebenezer Hall.

The Coke Family owned the Totley Hall Estate from 1791 to 1881. With the aid of a family tree to guide us, Josie Dunsmore takes us through the story of their tenure. 

When the Rev. D'Ewes Coke inherited the Totley Hall Estate in 1791 it had two farms. Josie Dunsmore tells the story of how the two farms were combined under the tenancy of Peter Flint with the aid of field maps drawn by Flint himself and later by the Fairbanks family.

Do you think you recognize this face? More than sixty photographs of the girls and teachers at Hurlfield Grammar School for Girls in the 1940s were given to Totley History Group by Avril Critchley, who was herself a student at the school. The collection includes fifteen form photographs from June 1949. There would have been a number of girls from the Totley area attending the school in those days.

Christine Weaving tells the story of her 2 x great uncle George Edward Hukin, a Totley razor-grinder, and his life-long friendship with the academic, poet, writer, and free-thinker Edward Carpenter.

Eric Renshaw (pictured here on the right with Bob Carr) grew up and lived in Totley from 1932 to 1960. Many of his memories are of a sporting nature.

We are very grateful to Gordon Grayson for giving us this splendid sale document for the Norton Hall Estates, following the death in 1850 of Samuel Shore. The estates included a large part of Totley and the document has maps and illustrations, plus schedules of land and property with the names of tenants. We have also added a transcription of the entries for Totley and Dore. 

Watch this Youtube video of the talk given by Dr. Mark Frost and Sally Goldsmith on Ruskin, Totley and St. George's Farm. The talk was hosted by Totley History Group on 20th May 2015 as part of the Ruskin in Sheffield programme. Also enjoy a video of the outdoor performance Boots, Fresh Air & Ginger Beer written by Sally.

When Jacqueline A. Gibbons became interested in what made her father tick, it began a journey through WW1 archive records and led to her flying from Toronto to visit the house and village where he lived and the countryside that he so much enjoyed. Jacqueline reminds us that in the early 20th century Sheffield was a driving force of industry and that Totley was the place where many of its remarkable people lived and where they formulated their ideas.

Edgar Wood was the designer of The Dingle, 172 Prospect Road, built in 1904 for Rev. William Blackshaw, the founder of the Croft House Settlement. The house, together with its western terrace and boundary walls, has now been awarded Grade II listed building status. 

What was probably "the most perfect little garden railway in existence" in 1910 was to be found in the grounds of Brook House, Grove Road, the home of its designer and constructor, Guy Mitchell. Look at some wonderful photographs and read reports in newspapers and a full appreciation in Model Railways magazine. 

We have now completed our transcription of Totley School's Admission Records for the period from 1877 to 1914. There is also a useful index to the names of the scholars and to their parents or guardians. We are very grateful to Sheffield Archives and Local Studies Library for allowing us to transcribe and publish these records and for permission to reproduce the photograph of a specimen page of the register.

On 8, 9 and 11 November 2014 Totley History Group held an exhibition at Dore & Totley United Reformed Church to commemorate the centenary of the First World War. Below are additional links to some of the photographs we were lent and stories we researched especially for the exhibition.

 

Oscar Creswick was a local farmer who served with the Army Service Corps in Salonika and who after the war returned to Totley to become the innkeeper of the Cricket Inn and a member of the village's successful tug of war team.

 

Walter Evans was a market gardener who also ran a small grocery shop on Hillfoot Road when war broke out. He fought with the Machine Gun Corps at the fourth battle of Ypres. After the war, Walter ran a grocers shop at the top of Main Avenue.

 

Fred Cartwright was another Totley soldier who survived the Great War. He fought in France and Belgium and although he wasn't wounded he was gassed and was home on sick leave when his daughter was delivered by Nurse Jessop during a snowstorm in January 1917.

 

Maurice Johnson joined the Yorkshire Dragoons, a territorial unit, on 1 Jan 1914 and so was called up at the very start of the war. He fought throughout the war on the Somme, at Ypres and at Cambrai. After demobilization in 1919 Maurice returned to his old occupation in the steel industry.

 

Bill Glossop lent us a letter written by his father, William Walton Glossop to his wife describing life in the army during training in the north east of England and asking her to keep him in mind with the children.

 

The photo above provides a link to an album of photographs taken of WW1 Hospitals at St. John's, Abbeydale and the Longshaw Estate.

 

Nora Green, of Chapel Lane, was only 14 when war broke out. In 1914 she was ill with diphtheria and was sent to the isolation hospital at Holmley Lane, Dronfield. Nora recovered and wrote a letter of thanks to one of the hospital staff and the reply she received survives. 

 

We have collected together on this page the names of local men who appear on various War Memorials and Rolls of Honour in Totley, Dore, Abbeydale, Norton, Holmesfield and Dronfield.

 

Unfortunately we were unable to identify all the photographs we were lent of Totley Soldiers. Please take a look at this album to see if you recognize any of the missing names.

This walk visits locations that have strong associations with Totley during the First World War. It includes the homes of the ten soldiers from the village who lost their lives, the auxiliary hospitals, war memorials, and even the rifle range on which the soldiers trained. Take a look at the first draft of a new walk by the authors of "Totley War Memorial WW1 1914-1918"

We wish to thank the Trustees of Cherrytree for giving us permission to publish transcriptions of the Cherrytree Orphanage Admissions Book entries for the years 1866-1929. There is also an alphabetical index for you to look at.

With more people having access to faster broadband and mobile networks, we have uploaded seven full and unedited oral history recordings and also added more short excerpts for you to listen to.

Our transcriptions of local trade directories have been expanded to cover the 95 years from 1837-1932 and have also been indexed. From the days when there were a handful of farmers, stone masons, saw handle makers & scythe grinders to the wonders of the Totley Bridge Garage Company, Betty's Boudoir and The Heatherfield Shopping Centre.

We continue to add to our Totley Newspaper Archive. Recent entries have included several about The Plumbe Family, Thomas Glossop and accidents during the construction of Totley Tunnel.

Totley Church of England Parish Magazines for the years 1922-1939 and 1948-1967 with notices of births, marriages and deaths and accounts of spiritual, educational, charitable and social matters in the village. 

Around 90 photographs taken by Stuart Greenhoff for his thesis A Geographical Study of Dore and Totley including several of Totley Moor Brickworks. Superb!  

Chronologically ordered snippets of information recorded by Brian Edwards during his many years of research into our local history.

Read the inscriptions on more than 700 gravestones in  the churchyard.

 

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