Musters for the County of Derby 1558.
Scartclyff and Paulterton.
The Scarsdale Surveys.
1652 survey - 2620 acres. One cornmill, one iron furnace - these were at Scartlyffe.
The Hearth Tax was introduced in 1662 in an effort to relieve Charles 11's financial difficulties.
Mr John Jaquis 2. Thomas Bromhed 2. Will Kesteven. 1. John Kesteven. 1.
Tho. Shipston. 1. Stephen Jeffrey. 1.
The Toleration Acts
1810. Chesterfield, Derbyshire.|
Derbyshire Local Militia: Deserters from the Scarsdale Regiment of Local Militia, May 1810
The following advertisement appeared in the Derby Mercury of Thursday, 7th June, 1810 and lists six men who had deserted from the Scarsdale Regiment of Local Militia and in all bar one case gives a full physical description of the man. The muster books and pay lists for the regiment for the period 1808-1816 are at WO 13/3452
Deserters from the Scarsdale Regiment of Local Militia.
Isaac Bennett, labourer, 26 years of age, 5 feet 10 1/2 inches high, light hair, & fair complexion; when last heard of was travelling with a Caravan and a Fat Hog for Exhibition.
General Musters, Hearth Tax and Toleration Acts
Created 2 December 2001
Last updated: 31 August 2013