Jane TAYLOR in Redcar contributes this snippet from the Derby Mercury of 26 August 1802: "DIED: On Thursday last, at Stavely (SIC), in this county, Mrs Ann BELL, aged 64. Her death was occasioned by falling into a tub of hot liquor, by which she was so dreadfully scalded as not to live 24 hours afterwards."
Jane TAYLOR in Redcar offers this tidbit from the Derby Mercury of 22 March 1804 "DIED: On Saturday the 17th inst. at Inkersall, in this county, Mr Paul BRIGHT, in the 58th year of his age. As the father of a numerous and very promising family he was a kind and affectionate parent, an indulgent and tender husband, a truly sincere and generous friend; The real benefactor of the poor and needy, with a disposition ever ready to mitigate the wants & differences of the unfortunate. To the highest integrity as a tradesman he united the conduct and deportment of the real gentleman; his pleasing and unaffected manners, the philosophy of his disposition and real goodness of heart endeared him to all his friends, and his loss is sincerely and generally lamented by all who had the pleasure of knowing so excellent a character."
Jane TAYLOR in Redcar contributes this snippet from the Derby Mercury of 5 April 1804: "DIED: On the 28th ult. very much lamented by all who knew him, J. M. PRIME, Esq; of Stavely (sic), near Chesterfield, aged 71 years."
Jon CANTRILL provides this extract from the Derby Mercury of 7th January 1829: "DEATHES: On Sunday se'nnight, ...at Handley, in the parish of Staveley, Mr. Thomas BARBER, blacksmith, of that place."
Rose KELLAND offers this notice from the Derbyshire Times & Chesterfield Herald of Wednesday, 18 November 1903: "Richard George FAREHAM a child of two and a half years, belonging to Poolsbrook died on Sunday from burns caused by his flannelette shirt being ignited by a candle."