Jane TAYLOR in Redcar contributes this clipping from the Derby Mercury of 2 December, 1802: DIED: "On the 20th ult. Mr. John BAMFORD, whitesmith, of Repton, in this county, eminently distinguished for his abilities in the mechanical world."
Jane TAYLOR in Redcar provides this announcement from the Derby Mercury of 5 May, 1803: DIED: "At Repton, in this county, on Monday se'nnight, in a fit of apoplexy, the Rev. John HUTCHINSON, vicar of Barrow on Trent, and formerly second master of Repton School, which situation he held upwards of 30 years."
Jane TAYLOR in Redcar contributes this snippet from the Derby Mercury of November 24, 1803: DIED: "Yesterday morning, at Bradby, in this county, aged 16, Lady Harriet STANHOPE, eldest daughter of the Right Hon. Earl Chesterfield."