Jane TAYLOR in Redcar offers this notice from the Derby Mercury of 29 April, 1802 "DIED: Lately, at Sawley, in this county, the wife of Mr. John FLETCHER, schoolmaster, in the 21st year of her age."
Jane TAYLOR in Redcar provides this extract from the Derby Mercury of 10 November, 1803 "DIED: On Monday se'nnight, Miss Ann WIGLEY, daughter of the late Rev. Benj. WIGLEY, of Sawley, in this county."
Jane TAYLOR in Redcar contributes this snippet from the Derby Mercury of 12 April, 1804 "DIED: On the 7th, Samuel DALLEY, a farmer's servant at Sawley, in this county, fell from a cart upon the grains of a fork, and died in consequence a short time later."
Jane TAYLOR in Redcar has this notice from the Derby Mercury of May 28, 1856 "DIED: At Sawley, on Saturday, the 17th instant, after an illness of three days, Mrs. Mary BLOOD, widow aged 50."
In the same issue; "DIED: On the 29th instant, at Sawley, Mr. John EATON, innkeeper, aged 60.