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Matthew Kirtley


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   2968 1.0 Matthew Kirtleymale
2958 Father: Henry Kirtley (baptised 03 Apr 1768 at Tanfield, Co Durham) IGI
2959 Mother: Margaret Pace
Birth: 06 Feb 1813, at Tanfield, Co DurhamIGI
Baptism: 09 May 1813 at Tanfield, Co DurhamIGI
Death: 24 May 1873, at Derby, DerbyshireBDHT
Probate: 25 Jul 1873  executors, etc

Married: Ann Pelham  at St Peter, Walworth, London 02 Jun 1836Mrg Cert
b. about 1812, at Walworth, London  d. 06 Oct 1874, at Derby, Derbyshire, age: 61y

Census Details: 1851 1861 1871

   29732.1 Elizabeth Ann Kirtleyfemale
Birth: 24 Jun 1842, at Hampton, WarwickshireCensus
Baptism: 20 Dec 1842 at Derby, DerbyshireIGI
Death: 29 Apr 1898, at Carisbrooke House, Madeira Road, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, age: 54y. Probate
Probate: 13 Jun 1898  executors, etc

Census Details: 1851 1861 1871

   29742.2 Emily Kirtleyfemale
Birth: about 1845, at Litchurch, DerbyshireCensus
Death: 31 Jul 1909, at St Ann's Hotel, Buxton, DerbyshireProbate
Probate: 13 Sep 1909  executors, etc

Additional information: Obituary; Bequests

Census Details: 1851 1861 1871
Married: Thomas Roe  28 Aug 1903BMD
b. 13 Jul 1832, at Eagle St, Derby, Derbyshire  d. 07 Jun 1923, at Derby, Derbyshire



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