Harvey Family Tree 2018-04-30

John MorrisAge: 86 years17831869

Name
John Morris
Given names
John
Surname
Morris
Birth about February 1783 27 28
Christening 20 February 1783
Death of a paternal grandfatherJohn Morris
February 1783
Birth of a brotherHenry Morris
1784 (Age 11 months)
Christening of a brotherHenry Morris
1784 (Age 11 months)
Birth of a brotherWilliam Morris
about 1786 (Age 2 years)
Christening of a brotherWilliam Morris
1 July 1786 (Age 3 years)
Birth of a sisterSarah Morris
about 1789 (Age 5 years)
Christening of a sisterSarah Morris
1 November 1789 (Age 6 years)
Death of a sisterSarah Morris
31 May 1790 (Age 7 years)
Burial of a sisterSarah Morris
31 May 1790 (Age 7 years)
MarriagePenelope MaltbyView this family
2 June 1805 (Age 22 years)
Birth of a daughter
#1
Mary Ann Morris
about January 1806 (Age 22 years)
Death of a daughterMary Ann Morris
about 1806 (Age 22 years)
Burial of a daughterMary Ann Morris
about 1806 (Age 22 years)
Christening of a daughterMary Ann Morris
1 February 1806 (Age 23 years)
Birth of a son
#2
John Morris
June 1807 (Age 24 years)
Death of a sonJohn Morris
13 June 1807 (Age 24 years)
Burial of a sonJohn Morris
June 1807 (Age 24 years)
Christening of a sonJohn Morris
11 June 1807 (Age 24 years)
Birth of a son
#3
John Morris
30 June 1810 (Age 27 years)
Birth of a son
#4
Henry Morris
29 July 1812 (Age 29 years)
Birth of a daughter
#5
Eliza Morris
3 August 1815 (Age 32 years)
Christening of a sonJohn Morris
7 July 1816 (Age 33 years)
Birth of a son
#6
William Morris
23 June 1819 (Age 36 years)
Birth of a son
#7
Thomas Morris
about 1822 (Age 38 years)
Birth of a daughter
#8
Selina Morris
18 July 1822 (Age 39 years)
Birth of a son
#9
Alfred Morris
21 February 1829 (Age 46 years)
Death of a fatherSamuel Morris
December 1830 (Age 47 years)
Death of a motherElizabeth Roughton
21 August 1833 (Age 50 years)
Marriage of a childJohn MorrisEleanor Isobella ThompsonView this family
12 June 1834 (Age 51 years)
Birth of a daughter
#10
Elizabeth Morris
August 1835 (Age 52 years)
Christening of a daughterElizabeth Morris
11 August 1835 (Age 52 years)
Marriage of a childHenry MorrisAnn TurnerView this family
about 1837 (Age 53 years)
Christening of a sonHenry Morris
8 October 1837 (Age 54 years)
Christening of a daughterEliza Morris
8 October 1837 (Age 54 years)
Christening of a sonWilliam Morris
8 October 1837 (Age 54 years)
Christening of a daughterSelina Morris
8 October 1837 (Age 54 years)
Christening of a sonAlfred Morris
8 October 1837 (Age 54 years)
Marriage of a childWilliam MorrisAnn SmithView this family
30 June 1845 (Age 62 years)
Marriage of a childAlfred RobinsonSelina MorrisView this family
3 March 1846 (Age 63 years)
Marriage of a childRobert ThrutchleyEliza MorrisView this family
19 October 1852 (Age 69 years)
Death of a wifePenelope Maltby
25 December 1853 (Age 70 years)
Burial of a wifePenelope Maltby
25 December 1853 (Age 70 years)
Death of a brotherWilliam Morris
16 April 1856 (Age 73 years)
Burial of a brotherWilliam Morris
April 1856 (Age 73 years)
Death 27 February 1869 (Age 86 years)
Burial 27 February 1869 (on the date of death)
Family with parents - View this family
father
Samuel Morris
Birth: about 1756 22 22Boulton, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: December 1830Boulton, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
mother
Elizabeth Roughton
Birth: about 1755Willington, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: 21 August 1833Boulton, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
Marriage: 23 September 1782Willington, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
5 months
himself
23 months
younger brother
3 years
younger brother
William Morris
Birth: about 1786 30 31Boulton, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: 16 April 1856Boulton, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
4 years
younger sister
Sarah Morris
Birth: about 1789 33 34Boulton, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: 31 May 1790Boulton, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
Family with Penelope Maltby - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: 2 June 1805Boulton, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
8 months
daughter
Mary Ann Morris
Birth: about January 1806 22 19Boulton, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: about 1806Boulton, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
18 months
son
John Morris
Birth: June 1807 24 20Boulton, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: 13 June 1807Boulton, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
3 years
son
2 years
son
Henry Morris
Birth: 29 July 1812 29 25Boulton, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: 1 October 1891Boulton, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
3 years
daughter
4 years
son
4 years
son
7 months
daughter
13 years
daughter
-6 years
son

Shared note

Christening also recorded at Alvaston on the 23 March 1783 Banns read at Gotham, 27 January,3 & 10 February 1804/1805. Banns read at Boulton May 12 19 & 26 Mar 2 June 1805 at Boulton. Farmer,he was said to have owned a large sheep property not so (only 23 acres and employed one boy in 1851) in Boultonw hich was later farmed by his son William???. On Church Records, John Morris .died age 88 years.(no tombstone). Also baptised in Alvaston 23 March 1783 LDS Film No.1042079 years 1654-1796

The following history of the parish is taken from History, Topography and Directory of Derbyshire by T. Bulman & Co., 1895.

Boulton contains about 900 acres. The rateable value, population, etc., are included with Alvaston. The manor of Boletune (Boulton) was given by the Conqueror to Ralph Fitzhubert. Shortly afterwards it came into the possession of theSacheverels, one of whom endowed the chapel with rents to the value of 12s. per annum. Sir V. Harpur Crewe, Bart., is the present lord of the manor, but the Earl of Harrington claims the right of the Derwent fishery in Boulton as well asAlvaston.

The village is coufusedly intermixed with Alvaston. The church which is dedicated to St. Mary, was formerly a chapel subject to St. Peter's, Derby. In 1271 Sir Robert de Saheverel, put forth a claim to parochial independence for the church ofBou lton, founded by his ancestors. The claim was resisted by the abbot of Darley, rector of St. Peter's, and a jury of twelve freemen was empanelled to try the case. Sir Robert agreed to relinquish his claim in consideration of twenty marks tobe pa id to him by the abbot. It was further agreed that Sir Robert was to nominate the chaplain, who should have for his support three oxgangs of land, nine sellions of land, 12s. rent, and the small tithes. These endowments were confiscated bythe Cr own at the Reformation, and granted to two laymen; and thenceforth the chapels of Boulton and Alvaston were served by the same minister until 1884.

The church was enlarged and repaired in 1840, at a cost of £483. In 1871 a north aisle and vestry were added, and other alterations made, at an expense of £1084. The ediface now consists of chancel, nave (with bell turret), north aisle and south porch. The door within the porch is of Norman date and a narrow deeply-splayed window, belonging to the same period, was removed when the north aisle was added, and rebuilt in the vestry. In the pavement near the pulpit are several oldencaustic tiles that were found during the same alterations in 1840. The nave and aisle are fitted with open benches of pitchpine to accommodate 250, and the chancel with choir stalls . There were formerly a few alabaster sepulchral slabs inthe church, b ut these were used at the restoration in 1871 in the construction of the present pulpit. The eagle lectern, a handsome piece of work in brass, is a memorial of Mr. William Burnside. On the wall of the nave is a brass to the memoryof the late Rev . Richard Poole, 49 years vicar of Boulton and Alvaston, who died in 1884. The living is a vicarage in the gift of Mrs. Blews Robotham, worth £160 per annum, derived chiefly from 67 acres of glebe, and held by the Rev. WilliamLilley. The great a nd small tithes were redeemed by allotments of land, awarded in lieu thereof at the enclosure of the common in 1802.

Newton is a rising village which has sprung into existence during the past few years. A Mission Hall or Church has been erected by Mrs Blews Robotham, at a cost of £1,200, to accommodate 250 persons. The font is the old Norman one that formerly stood in the porch of Boulton Church. There are also chapels belonging to the Congregationalists and the Methodist New Connexion. A board School was built in 1890, at a cost of £2,690. There are two departments, mixed and infants, having atotal accommodation for 300 children. The village of Newton is now called Crewton.

Rate Books for the Parish of Boulton by Derby 1853 Boulton Rate Book. 36 John Morris Sir J. H. Crewe House & Land 37 William Morris ditto House & Land

The original Rate Books survive for certain periods and these can provide useful information for genealogists and local historians. A transcript and extract of the Rate Book for the Parish of Boulton in the County of Derby dated 8th May 1856 is shown below by kind permission of Mr John Musty.

(Rate of six pence in the pound)

Page 1

No. Name of Occupier Name of Owner Description of Property Rated 1 Benjamin Allen John Riley Marsh Land 2 Sarah Bancroft Sir J. H. Crewe Bt. Land & Building 3 Robert Briggs Earl of Harrington Land 4 Joseph Bembridge Sir J. H. Crewe Bt. House 5 Thomas Briggs Himself Land 6 John Coxon Senr. Himself House & Land 7 John Coxon Jnr. John Coxon Senr. House 8 Ann Coxon Sir J. H. Crewe Bt. House & Garden 9 William Chapman Senr Earl of Harrington Land 10 Elizabeth Coxon Messrs Holdsworth Garden

Page 2

No. Name of Occupier Name of Owner Description of Property Rated 11 Late Rev. Wm. Cantrell Trustee Messrs Cantrell Land 12 Derby Canal Company Themselves Towing Path & Tools 13 Elizabeth Dolman Herself House & Land 14 Edward Etches & Co. Earl of Harrington Fishery 15 John Freason Charles Holbrooke House & Garden 16 James Freason ditto ditto 17 Robert Foster Sir J. H. Crewe Bt. ditto 18 Thomas Garratt ditto House & Land 19 Joseph Garner ditto House & Garden 20 Thomas Garner ditto ditto

Page 3

No. Name of Occupier Name of Owner Description of Property Rated 21 William Hollis Himself House & Land 22 Thomas Holland Charles Holbrooke House & Garden 23 Late William Hall Trustees Sir J. H. Crewe Bt. House & Land 24 Letitia Hardy ditto House & Garden 25 William Hardy ditto ditto 26 James Hewlett ditto House & Land 27 Thomas Hewitt Thomas Mousley House & Garden 28 Thomas Heath Mrs Smith ditto 29 Charles Holbrook Himself Buildings & Land ditto Earl of Harrington ditto ditto Sir J. H. Crewe Bt. Land 30 John Holmes ditto ditto 31 Catherine Holdsworth Herself House & Land

Page 4

No. Name of Occupier Name of Owner Description of Property Rated 32 Richard Henshaw Messrs Burnsides Land & Building ditto Rev'd Edward Poole Land 33 John Holloway John Briggs ditto 34 William Henson Charles Holbrooke House & Garden 35 Hanson Allestrees Trustrees Land 36 John Jordan Messrs Holdsworth Garden 37 John Morris Sir J. H. Crewe Bt. House & Land 38 Esther Morris ditto ditto (wife of John's brother William Morris) 39 William Marshman Allestrees Trustees Buildings & Land 40 John Riley Marsh Jno Curzon Esqr House & Land

Page 5

No. Name of Occupier Name of Owner Description of Property Rated 41 George Mansfield Thomas Mousley Land 42 Robert Meakin Sir J. H. Crewe Bt. ditto 43 George Mills Himself House & Land 44 Samuel Moorcroft William Osborne Land ditto John Curzon Esqr ditto 45 Jeremy Newbold Sir J. H. Crewe Bt. House & Garden 46 William Ordish ditto ditto 47 Overseers of Boulton Themselves for time being Land 48 Edwin Osborne Earl of Harrington Land 49 Herbert Porter ditto ditto ditto John Curzon Esqr ditto ditto St Werburgh's Charity ditto 50 William Parker Rev'd Joseph Sikes ditto

Page 6

No. Name of Occupier Name of Owner Description of Property Rated 51 Rev'd Edward Poole Himself Gardens 52 Richard Riley Himself House & Land ditto Rev'd Edward Poole Land 53 Mary Rushton Herself ditto 54 Samuel Sherwin Earl of Harrington ditto 55 Esther Sherwin Sir J. H. Crewe Bt. House & Land 56 Noah Sherwin ditto ditto ditto Rev'd Edward Poole Land 57 George Sherwin Sir J. H. Crewe House & Garden ditto Rev'd Edward Poole Land 58 John Smith Sir J. H. Crewe Bt. House & Land 59 Samuel Smith Messrs Holdsworth ditto & Garden

Page 7

No. Name of Occupier Name of Owner Description of Property Rated
60 Thomas Sherwin Messrs Holdsworth House & Garden ditto Vicar of Youlgrave Land 61 William Sherwin Sir J. H. Crewe Bt. House & Land ditto Rev'd Edward Poole Churchyard 62 Charles Stone Jno Curzon Esqr Land 63 James Summers Messrs Sitwell ditto 64 Mrs Smith Herself ditto 65 George Trusswell Himself ditto 66 Ann Taylor Sir J. H. Crewe Bt. House & Garden ditto Messrs Cantrell Land 67 Joseph Woodward Sir J. H. Crewe Bt. House & Land

Page 8

No. Name of Occupier Name of Owner Description of Property Rated
68 Isaac Whitaker Messrs Holdsworth Garden 69 Joseph Woodward Derby Larges Hospital Land 70 William Woodward Sir J. H. Crewe Bt. House & Garden 71 Thomas Woodward ditto ditto 72 William Williams Himself House & Land ditto Sir J. H. Crewe Bt. Land 73 Thomas Warren ditto ditto 74 George Wootton ditto ditto 75 James Wright Charles Holbrooke House & Garden 76 Elizabeth Wyatt Thomas Allestree Land

                * "Derby" appears to be an additional entry in another hand. See image below.

This concludes the individual property entries for this book.

Page 9

We the undersigned do declare the several particulars specified in the respective columns of the above Rate to be true and correct so far as we have been able to ascertain them, to which end we have used our best endeavours.

We also declare that the above Rate amounts in the whole to the sum of Sixty three Pounds seven shillings and two pence.

Richard Riley } John Smith } Churchwardens Thomas Sherwin } John Smith } Overseers

We two of her Majestys Trustees of the peace of and acting in and for the County of Derby do consent unto and allow the above Assessment this ninth day of May 1856

Indecipherable signature John Radford

Boulton Parish (could be directory??) Morris Isaac beerhs. Ashbourn rd Morris John Farmer Boulton St Peter's Parish Morris Mrs. A. Osmaston rd Morris William Blacksmith Boulton St Peter's Parish 1. HENRY MORRIS <igi/individual_record.asp?recid=500013635076&lds=1&region=2&regionfriendly=British+Isles&juris1=Engl&juris2=Derb&juris3=&juris4=&regionfriendly=&juris1friendly=England&juris2friendly=Derby&juris3friendly=&juris4friendly=> -Inter national Genealogical Index ?Gender: Male Birth: 29 JUL 1812 ?2. HENRY MORRIS<igi/individual_record.asp?recid=500013635076&lds=1&region=2&regionfriendly=British+Isles&juris1=Engl&juris2=Derb&juris3=&juris4=&regionfriendly=&juris1friendly=England &juris2friendly=Derby&juris3friendly=&juris4friendly=> - InternationalGenealogical Index ?Gender: Male Christening: 08 OCT 1837 King Street-New Jerusalemites, Derby, Derbyshire, England ?3. ELIZA MORRIS <igi/individual_record.asp?recid=500013643102&lds=1&region=2&regionfriendly=British+Isles&juris1=Engl&juris2=Derb&juris3=&juris4=&regionfriendly=&juris1friendly=England&juris2friendly=Derby&juris3friendly=&juris4friendly=> - International Genealogical Index ?Gender: Female Birth: 03 AUG 1815 ?4. ELIZA MORRIS <igi/individual_record.asp?recid=500013643102&lds=1&region=2&regionfriendly=British+Isles&juris1=Engl&juris2=Derb&juris3=&juris4=&regionfriendly=&juris1friendly=England&juris2friendly=Derby&juris3friendly=&juris4friendly=> -Int ernational Genealogical Index ?Gender: Female Christening: 08 OCT 1837 King Street-New Jerusalemites, Derby, Derbyshire, England ?5. JOHN MORRIS<igi/individual_record.asp?recid=500013657387&lds=1&region=2&regionfriendly=British+Isles&juris1=Engl&juri s2=Derb&juris3=&juris4=&regionfriendly=&juris1friendly=England&juris2friendly=Derby&juris3friendly=&juris4friendly=> - InternationalGenealogical Index ?Gender: Male Birth: 30 JUN 1810 ?6. JOHN MORRIS <igi/individual_record.asp?recid=500013657387&lds=1&region=2&regionfriendly=British+Isles&juris1=Engl&juris2=Derb&juris3=&juris4=&regionfriendly=&juris1friendly=England&juris2friendly=Derby&juris3friendly=&juris4friendly=> - International Genealogical Index ?Gender: Male Christening: 08OCT 1837 King Street-New Jerusalemites, Derby, Derbyshire, England ?7. WILLIAM MORRIS<igi/individual_record.asp?recid=500013678235&lds=1&region=2&regionfriendly=British+Isles&juris1=Engl&juris2=Derb&juris3=&juris4=&regionfriendly=&juris1friendly=England &juris2friendly=Derby&juris3friendly=&juris4friendly=> - InternationalGenealogical Index ?Gender: Male Birth: 25 JUN 1819 ?8. WILLIAM MORRIS <igi/individual_record.asp?recid=500013678235&lds=1&region=2&regionfriendly=British+Isles&juris1=Engl&juris2=Derb&juris3=&juris4=&regionfriendly=&juris1friendly=England&juris2friendly=Derby&juris3friendly=&juris4friendly=> - International Genealogical Index ?Gender: Male Christening: 08 OCT 1837 King Street-New Jerusalemites, Derby, Derbyshire,England ?9. SELINA MORRIS<igi/individual_record.asp?recid=500013699211&lds=1&region=2&regionfriendly=British+Isles&juris1=Engl&juris2=Derb&juris3=&juris4=&regionfriendly=&juris1friendly=England&juris2friendly=Derby&juris3friendly=&juris4friendly=> - In ternationalGenealogical Index ?Gender: Female Birth: 18 JUL 1822 ?10. SELINA MORRIS <igi/individual_record.asp?recid=500013699211&lds=1&region=2&regionfriendly=British+Isles&juris1=Engl&juris2=Derb&juris3=&juris4=&regionfriendly=&juris1friendly=England&juris2friendly=Derby&juris3friendly=&juris4friendly=> - International Genealogical Index ?Gender: Female Christening: 08 OCT 1837 King Street-New Jerusalemites, Derby, Derbyshire, England ?11. ALFRED MORRIS<igi/individual_record.asp?recid=500 013738772&lds=1&region=2&regionfriendly=British+Isles&juris1=Engl&juris2=Derb&juris3=&juris4=&regionfriendly=&juris1friendly=England&juris2friendly=Derby&juris3friendly=&juris4friendly=> - InternationalGenealogical Index ?Gender: Male Birth: 21 FEB 1829 ?12. ALFRED MORRIS<igi/individual_record.asp?recid=500013738772&lds=1&region=2&regionfriendly=British+Isles&juris1=Engl&juris2=Derb&juris3=&juris4=&regionfriendly=&juris1friendly=England&juris2friendly=Derby&juris3friendly=&juris4frien dly=> - InternationalGenealogical Index ?Gender: Male Christening: 08 OCT 1837 King Street-New Jerusalemites, Derby, Derbyshire, England

Shared note

Rev. Joseph Smith performed marriage;- John Morris signed, Penelope X Maltby. Both witness signed their names;- Joseph March, Samuel Stafford.