Ingleby, Derbyshire – a one-place study

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The Village of Ingleby, Derbyshire – 1861 | 1871 | 1881 Census analysis

Contents

The Village

Location and Topography

Description from historical directories

Notable buildings and monuments

The Parish Church

Description

Inventory from 1697

1861 | 1871 | 1881 Analysis

  1. Popular First Names
  2. Total population chart
  3. Population by gender
  4. Occupation by gender
  5. National Agricultural Labours’ Union
  6. Farms
  7. Occupations listed in the 1939 register
  8. Residents listed place of birth 1861 | 1871 | 1881
  9. Place of birth v where resident 1871
  10. Place of birth v where resident 1881

A memorable event – Queen Victorias Jubilee 1887

The Fearns of Ingleby

  1. Census returns
  2. Baptisms
  3. Ingleby poor law acounts, Fearn entries 1817 to 1837
  4. St Saviours Church, Foremark Fearn baptisms
  5. Robert Fearn and family

Acknowledgements

Historical directory entries for Ingleby

F. White & Co’s Directory of Derbyshire 1846

Ingleby, a township and small scattered village, situated at the foot of a small sandy cliff, on the south bank, and overlooking the vale of the Trent, 7 miles south from Derby, contains 855A, 3R, 33P of sandy land, including 98 acres, of woods, 27 houses, and 149 inhabitants, of whom 68 were males and 81 females; rateable value, £1,326.10s.  Sir Robert Burdett is sole owner. Ingleby Hill House, a neat modern mansion, on a lofty eminence 7 1/2 miles S.W. Derby, is the seat of Sampson Massey, Esq. In the village is a remarkable Elm tree said to be upwards of 600 years old, but is now fast decaying. Feast, Sunday before old Michaelmas day.

Charities – Mary Burdett, by will, in 1697, desired that her executor, Sir Robert Burdett, and his heirs, should dispose of £10 yearly until he or they should lay out the sum of £200, so that the interest or profit thereof might yearly be disposed of to the poor of Foremark, Ingleby, Milton or Repton, or any of them, in clothing poor women, distributing bread on Sundays, schooling of girls, buying Bibles and Common Prayer Books, or in such other way as they should think to be the greatest charity.

Dorothy Burdett, in 1717, desired that her brothers, and, after their decease, that her kinsman, Sir Robert Burdett, and his heirs, should dispose of £10 yearly out of the rents of Hogs Hill Farm, until he or they should lay out the sum of £200, so that the yearly interest or profit thereof might be laid out or disposed of to the poor of Foremark, Ingleby, Repton, Milton (a hamlet in Repton), and Ticknall.  The above sums have never been laid out in pursuance of the above Will.  Sir Francis Burdett, is the owner of Hogs Hill farm, and under the direction of his agent a quantity of beef and clothing, to a much greater amount than the interest, is provided annually at Christmas, and the poor of several places interested, with the respective overseers, attend at Foremark Hall, where the meat and clothing are distributed.

Post Office Directory of Derbyshire, 1855

INGLEBY, a township, 7 miles south from Derby, contained, in 1851, 149 inhabitants, and 886 acres of land.  In the village is a remarkable elm tree, said to be 600 years old.
SEVEN SPOUTS is a farm.
TRADERS.
Fearn William, carrier
Maggs James Robert, farmer
Mann William, farmer
Massey Sampson, jun. farmer, the Hill
Ordish John, farmer
Pearson Joseph, parish clerk
Ratcliff Richard, farmer
Reader Mary (Miss), boarding school
Wass Maria (Mrs.), farmer, Seven Spouts
Wright john, shoemaker
Letters are received through Swarkeston.  The nearest money order office is at Burton-on-Trent. CARRIER. – William Fearn, to Derby, Friday to Burton-on-Trent, Thursday

Kelly’s Directory of Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire & Rutland, and Derbyshire, 1881

INGLEBY is a township in this parish, 7 miles south from Derby.  Sir Francis Burdett bart. is lord of the manor and principal landowner.  The population in 1871 was 124. – Letters through Derby.  The nearest money order office is at Melbourne.

Ingleby
Fearn Joseph, farmer
Goodall James, farmer
Mann William Augustus, farmer
Ratcliff Sarah (Mrs.) (exors. of), farmer
Reader Charlotte (Miss), boarding school
Routh Tom, farmer
Stephenson William, farmer
Wright William, shoe maker