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1911 Census Blissford Hampshire
1911 Census Blissford Hampshire
Andrew Brooks, Emily, James & Evelyn 
 
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A Derbyshire Diaspora: In search of Ancient Peak District roots through DNA
A Derbyshire Diaspora: In search of Ancient Peak District roots through DNA
First published in the journal of the Derbyshire Family History Society in September 2012 
 
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An 1893 Advert for a Cotton machine made by the Manchester Brooks & Doxey factory
An 1893 Advert for a Cotton machine made by the Manchester Brooks & Doxey factory
 
 
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Andrew Brooks 1873 death cert
Andrew Brooks 1873 death cert
 
 
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Andrew Brooks1873 birth
Andrew Brooks1873 birth
 
 
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Birth Certificate: Mary Brooks 1840
Birth Certificate: Mary Brooks 1840
Mary Brooks daughter of Edward Brooks and Martha Richardson of Milford Derbyshire England 
 
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birth-alan hurbert brooks-1936
birth-alan hurbert brooks-1936
 
 
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birth-alan hurbert brooks2-1936
birth-alan hurbert brooks2-1936
 
 
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birth-evelyn may-1898
birth-evelyn may-1898
 
 
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birth-fredrick blaude-1895
birth-fredrick blaude-1895
 
 
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Brooks graves in Duffield Cemetery
Brooks graves in Duffield Cemetery
 
 
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Clarice Hopperton Hurworth birth certificate 1903 Darlington
Clarice Hopperton Hurworth birth certificate 1903 Darlington
 
 
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Clarice Hopperton Hurworth Death Certificate
Clarice Hopperton Hurworth Death Certificate
 
 
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Clarice Hurworth cremation record
Clarice Hurworth cremation record
 
 
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Clifford Brooks (WW1 Medal Card)
Clifford Brooks (WW1 Medal Card)
 
 
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Daily Express Newspaper
Daily Express Newspaper
Article covering a case of a bigamous marriage 
 
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David Hinchliffe (Hinchcliffe) of Cawthorne Yorkshire descendants
David Hinchliffe (Hinchcliffe) of Cawthorne Yorkshire descendants
 
 
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Death Index 1893 Q2
Death Index 1893 Q2
DEATH index showing Andrew Brooks died in Quarter 2 aged 53 
 
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death-walter fredrick george waters-2004
death-walter fredrick george waters-2004
 
 
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deaths-edward brooks-1902
deaths-edward brooks-1902
 
 
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E J Lewis birth cert
E J Lewis birth cert
 
 
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EJ Bull mem card 2
EJ Bull mem card 2
 
 
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EJ Bull mem card1
EJ Bull mem card1
 
 
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Elsie Lewis Birth Certificate 1901
Elsie Lewis Birth Certificate 1901
 
 
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Eric Stofer Medal Card
Eric Stofer Medal Card
 
 
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Ethel Stofer July 17 1936
Ethel Stofer July 17 1936
 
 
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Family affair as sons follow in footsteps of firefighting fathers
Family affair as sons follow in footsteps of firefighting fathers
Forest Journal article 
 
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Fanny Brooks art exam results
Fanny Brooks art exam results
DERBY SCHOOL OF ART & TECHNICAL INSTITUTE .
The Derby Mercury (Derby, England), Wednesday, September 3, 1890; Issue 9164. 
 
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Fanny Brooks Exam Results
Fanny Brooks Exam Results
DERBY SCHOOL OF ART .
The Derby Mercury (Derby, England), Wednesday, September 18, 1889; Issue 9114. 
 
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Funeral Card George Milward
Funeral Card George Milward
 
 
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George Brooks GWR Shareholder transfer to Agnes on Probate
George Brooks GWR Shareholder transfer to Agnes on Probate
 
 
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Haplogroup E3b1a2 as a Possible Indicator of Settlement in Roman Britain by Soldiers of Balkan Origin
Haplogroup E3b1a2 as a Possible Indicator of Settlement in Roman Britain by Soldiers of Balkan Origin
The invasion of Britain by the Roman military in CE 43, and the subsequent occupation of Britain for nearly four centuries, brought thousands of soldiers from the Balkan peninsula to Britain as part of auxiliary units and as regular legionnaires. The presence of Haplogroup E3b1a-M78 among the male populations of present-day Wales, England and Scotland, and its nearly complete absence among the modern male population of Ireland, provide a potential genetic indicator of settlement during the 1st through 4th Centuries CE by Roman soldiers from the Balkan peninsula and their male Romano-British descendants. Haplotype data from several major genetic surveys of Britain and Ireland are examined, analyzed and correlated with historical, epigraphic and archaeological information, with the goal of identifying any significant phylogeographic associations between E3b1a-M78 and those known Romano- British settlements and military posts that were associated specifically with Roman soldiers of Balkan origin. Studies by Cruciani et al. (2007), Perečić et al. (2005), and Marjanovic et al. (2005), examining the distribution of E3b1a- M78 and E3b1a2-V13 in the Balkans, are analyzed further to provide evidence of phylogeographic associations between the E3b1a2 haplotypes identified within the Balkans by these studies and those regions of the Balkans occupied first by the Roman army in antiquity. E3b1a2 is found to be at its highest frequency worldwide in the geographic region corresponding closely to the ancient Roman province of Moesia Superior, a region that today encompasses Kosovo, southern Serbia, northern Macedonia and extreme northwestern Bulgaria. The Balkan studies also provide evidence to support the use of E3b1a-M78 (in the present study) as a close proxy for the presence of E3b1a2-V13 (representing 85% of the parent E3b1a-M78 clade) in both the Balkans and in Britain. 
 
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Harry (Herbert) Hinchcliffe Nabbed!
Harry (Herbert) Hinchcliffe Nabbed!
Daily Express cutting 
 
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I'm not the gay lothario
I'm not the gay lothario
Following week, a letter asks for people not to confuse another man with Harry 
 
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Images of Middleton by Wirksworth
Images of Middleton by Wirksworth
 
 
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Jacob Brooks MM (WW1 Medal Card)
Jacob Brooks MM (WW1 Medal Card)
 
 
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Letter to his employers in The Brisbane Courier Tuesday 29 June 1915 page 7
Letter to his employers in The Brisbane Courier Tuesday 29 June 1915 page 7
'SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE."

A QUEENSLANDER WITH THE BUFFS.

Corporal Arthur W H. Naylor, 2nd
Battalion the Buffs, Expeditionary Force,
writes to his former employers in Brisbane
under date May 7, from "Some-
where in France" - 'I expect you were
surprised to hear of me joining the boys
of the ranks, and now serving with the
East Kent Buffs-the oldest regiment of
Englard-in the hottest quarter of the
line in Belgium. I got wounded on the
head about a month ago while sniping at
the enemy, but am pleased to state that I
am quite myself again, and at it once
more. Our regiment has earned a big
name in all engagements on record, and
in this campaign is keeping up the good
name it has won, and, as you are quite aware
, it's the good regiments that get
the worst of it. I am sorry to state our
boys have had a hard blow owing to this
murderous gas, but they have stuck to it,
gained victory, and consequently our
losses have been heavy. I was disappointed in not getting with the Australians
after leaving America howvever, I am
proud to belong to the Buffs, though it
means a good deal out of pocket. The
full corporal in the Australians gets 8/6
a day, I think, whereas we only get 1/8,
and then there is a chance of not getting
a pass back on nomination. However, if
I get through OK that will be the best
compensation. Our boys seem to be mak
ing a name for themselves, but that's
only to be expected, as they are the right
goods. The countryy here is looking fine,
and the weather is getting quite hot
nearly as hot as our summer - but that's
quite a blessing after the weather we
have been through. Just fancy being up
to the waist in water for a few days at
a stretch in water. It takes forgetting '
While in Boulogne and Rouen getting
patched up I noticed some fine hardware
establishments and there must be some
wonderful architects and contractors to
build the fine cathedrals &c. There are
also glimpses of fine engineering work in
bridges. I wish you to convey to all
the hands my best and sincere regards,
and trust to be among them again " 
 
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Letter to John Cooper from the Essex Home School for Boys in Chelmsford
Letter to John Cooper from the Essex Home School for Boys in Chelmsford
Details supplied on the Brook(e)s children 
 
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M002.GIF
M002.GIF
 
 
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marriage-andrew brooks-ann bates-1862
marriage-andrew brooks-ann bates-1862
 
 
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marriage-bull-lewis-1934
marriage-bull-lewis-1934
 
 
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marriage-james hurbert brooks-1933
marriage-james hurbert brooks-1933
 
 
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marriage-john-margaret-1894
marriage-john-margaret-1894
 
 
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Martha Richardson Death Certificate
Martha Richardson Death Certificate
 
 
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Martha Richardson Death Certificate 1841
Martha Richardson Death Certificate 1841
 
 
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Mary Brooks & William Rothenburg marriage certificate
Mary Brooks & William Rothenburg marriage certificate
 
 
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Mary Brooks; 1844 birth certificate
Mary Brooks; 1844 birth certificate
 
 
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Mary Rothenburg nee Brooks Death certificate
Mary Rothenburg nee Brooks Death certificate
 
 
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Matilda Sarah Brooks birth certificate
Matilda Sarah Brooks birth certificate
 
 
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Medal Card a Reginald Brooks
Medal Card a Reginald Brooks
1st Btn Sherwood Foreseters 
 

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