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THE WILLERT FAMILY

By David Culley

 

Photo courtesy of David Culley

 

Teresa Willert photo produced from the original on the left by John Doxey

Teresa Willert standing in the doorway of the family home which was number three Lamberts Cottages, Doncaster Road Thrybergh.
David Culley writes:-
The photo was taken by her son in law Stan Bailey and passed to me by his son Ted. Note the tram lines! Upstairs the floor was level with the bottom of the window so you had to kneel or sit on the floor to look out and of course the ceiling used at least part of the roof space.

 

The Willert family appeared in Thrybergh in 1891

 

Photo courtesy of David Culley1875
Teresa [ Askew] Willert as a young girl in Brackenfield Derbyshire. She will shortly be pregnant with the first of the 15 children!!!

 1881
Frederic WILLETT Head M Male 27 Matlock, Derby, England Farm Labourer
Teresa WILLETT Wife M Female 19 Brackenfield, Derby,       
William WILLETT Son Male 2 Brackenfield, Derby,       
Edmund WILLETT  Son Male 1 Lea, Derby, England       
DwellingThe Holt Wirksworth, Derby, England


1891
Frederick Willert Head M 27 Tansley Derby Agricultural Labourer
Teresa Willert Wife M 29 Brackenfield Derby
William Willert son10 Brackenfield
Edmund Willert son11 Lea Derby
Thomas Willert son 9 Lea Derby
Sarah Willert daugt 7 Delthi Derby
Edith H Willert daugt 4 Tansley Derby
Robert Willert son 2 Tansley Derby
George F Willert son 2m Thrybergh

1901
Frederick Willert age 47 born in Tansley Derbyshire living at Thrybergh as a General Labourer
Teresa Willert age 39 born in Brackenfield Derbyshire living at Thrybergh
William Willert age 22 born in Brackenfield Derbyshire living at Thrybergh as a Banksman Pit
Edward Willert age 21 born in Lea Derbyshire living at Thrybergh as a Navvy
Thomas Willert age 19 born in Lea Derbyshire living at Thrybergh as a General Labourer
Sarah Willert age 17 born in Delthie Derbyshire living at Thrybergh
Edith Willert age 13 born in Tansley Derbyshire living at Thrybergh
Robert Willert age 12 born in Tansley Derbyshire living at Thrybergh
George Willert age 10 born in Thrybergh living at Thrybergh
Fanny Willert age 8 born in Thrybergh living at Thrybergh
Gertrude Willert age 6 born in Thrybergh living at Thrybergh
Elizabeth Willert age 5 born in Thrybergh living at Thrybergh
Rose Willert age 3 born in Thrybergh living at Thrybergh

 

THE FAMILY HOME CIRCA 1900

 

photo courtesy of David Culley

David writes :-
Notice the millstones no doubt from Thrybergh water mill. I believe there may be some remains of this building but Iíve never got round to searching the OS marked site.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lamberts Cottages kindly sent in by the Bird Family [ Robert, Michael, and Christopher ]
The photo on the left kindly provided by Robert Bird taken a little while after the one above.

 

Photo below enlargement from photo on left

 

The lady in the doorway is believed to be Teresa Willert with two of her daughters.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Many thanks to Robert Bird Patricia Stirk and David Culley for the photos and information on this page.

 

Researching the Willert family


Robert Bird robert.bird@tesco.net   Patricia Stirk  flying@stirks.fsnet.co.uk   David Culley david.culley@dsl.pipex.com

 

 

 

 

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