which consists of the villages of Crich, Fritchley and Whatstandwell

Extract from the Ecclesiastical Inquisition
held at Derby on the 18th day of June 1650

Lambeth Palace Library
Ref: COMM XIIa/6
Morleyston Hundred

Transcribed by Dr Alan Wilcockson

Folio 389
An Inquisition taken at Derby the 18th day of June Anno Dmi one thousand six hundred and fifty before Thomas Sanders, Robert Wilmott, Robert Mellor, Gervase Bennett, Nathaniel Barker, Robert Hope and Edward Peyy by virtue of a commission to us and others or to any ***** or more of us or then directed from the ***** of the liberties of England by Authority of parliament to this inquisition Annexed by the others Robert Middlemore, Ralph Newham, William Collyer, Thomas Hopkin, John Agard, George Wade, John Pynie, Thurstan Radford, John Blanflour, Thomas Willson junior, Humfrye Hall, Thomas Wetton, John Sutton good and lawfull men of the said hundred of Morleston in the said county of Derbye…….(continues by parish)

Folio 394 – Crich
Is a vicarage really worth Ten pounds per Anno noe chappell appteyning Tansley is a hamlett appteyning and three myles distant and fitt to be united to Matlock In the hundred of Wirksworth it lying nearer to Matlock the profits are about forty shillings per Anno.
Wesington graye L(ras) and Ludway land are members but kanote and fitt to be united to Trinity Chappell in the hundred of Scarsdale.


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