Mary Ann, Caroline, Alexander
Ms. Helen Derbyshire Cassidy
Bet. Prune & Spruce Sts. in 8th St. (1799) Prime
Tatman & Moss Bio Dictionary Phila. Architects page 208. A master builder elected to membership in The Company in 1799. See Selected Bibliography in Tatman & Moss Bio Dictionary Phila. Architects. --------------------- Correspondence in member file from Mrs. Cassidy, a descendant, he was buried in Friends Cemetery, Phila. Also, he and his wife were Quakers and probably attended the meeting at Fourth & Chestnut Sts. --------------------- City Directory - 1805 - John, carpenter, 106 S. 8th 1810 - John, carpenter, carpenter, back 12 N. Front. --------------------- City Records D.C. Liens book #413; claim filed October 1, 1870; satisfaction not noted George Derbyshire (probably a descendant of John) and John McCain, trading as Derbyshire & McCain vs. Peter Mathieu. Claim for $186.74 for work against two 3-story brick houses and lots of ground, 18th ward, city of Philadelphia. --------------------- Another listing for George Debyshire in City Records D.C. Liens book #413, filed January 7, 1871; January 17, 1871. For materials against a row of houses constructed on the north side of Elizabeth street beginning 61 feet west of Emerald street. --------------------- Excerpt of will of Alexander James Derbyshire: "I give and bequeathe unto the Carpenters' Company of Philadelphia, of which my deceased father was a member, the sum of $1,000 to be paid as soon as practicable after my decease free from all charges and taxes." --------------------- Managing Committee Minutes-1797-8-49,115 Joseph Worrell proposed John Derbyshire; John Derbyshire elected. Managing Committee Minutes-1809-15-147, 265. 275 Joseph Morris is appointed to visit John Derbyshire and family and relieve them should they be in want of assistance. Jonathan Roberts and Daniel Knight are appointed a committee to call on John Derbyshire respecting taking care of the Hall. $7 for services rendered to John Derbyshire. Managing Committee Minutes-1811-15-265, 266, 277, 280, 280,291, 295, 298, 300, 303, 305 Jonathan Roberts and Daniel Knight are appointed a committee to call on John Derbyshire respecting taking care of the Hall. The committee to visit John Derbyshire respecting taking care of the Hall report that he will attend to the same and compensation $20 per quarter with house rent, fire and wood. Eight listings of payments, ranging from 6.75 to $13.74 for services and sundries of John Derbyshire. Managing Committee Minutes-1812-15-305, 306, 307, 308 $20 for the relief of John Derbyshire $10 for walnut coffin for John Derbyshire. $6 for winding sheet and laying out of John Derbyshire. Jonathan Roberts and Daniel Knight were appointed a Committee to inquire into the claims of the estate of John Derbyshire against the estate of John Keble. $11 sundry expenses for John Derbyshire deceased. Managing Committee Minutes-1813-16-7, 16, 19, 21, 24, 25, 29, 31, 35, 36 $18 for 2 months salary and sundries in favor of Ann Derbyshire. $9.17 for tuition of Mary Ann and Caroline Derbyshire. $13.15 salary of Ann Derbyshire. $10 tuition of Mary Ann and Caroline Derbyshire. $10.75 services of Ann Derbyshire. $8 services of Ann Derbyshire. John How was appointed a committee to furnish the children of Mrs. Derbyshire with such clothing as they may stand in need of. $9.75 salary and sundried for Hall in favor of Ann Derbyshire. $10 salary of Ann Derbyshire. Salary, services and sand for Ann Derbyshire. Managing Committee Minutes-1814-18-40, 46 $11.50 services and sand for Ann Derbyshire. Tuition of Derbyshire children, $12.17 Managing Committee Minutes-1819-17-4, 7, 8, 12, 16, 18, 19 $14.25 monthly services and extras for Ann Derbyshire. $10 to pay for Ann Derbyshire learning a trade. $4 for schooling Alex Derbyshire. $14 being quarterly allowance and exra expense for Ann Derbyshire. $13.62 for monthly and extra services. $6.50 schooling of Alex Derbyshire. $23.25 for monthly services and clothing for her children for Ann Derbyshire. ------------------- Managing Committee Minutes-1819-17-31 $14.87 1/2 cents monthly pay & extra services of Ann Derbyshire. Managing Committee Minutes-1820-18-11, 28, 37 $11 monthly service, sand and sweeping chimneys for Ann Derbyshire. $16 monthly service sand, etc. for Ann Derbyshire. Managing Committee Minutes-1821-18-37, 46, 59, 66, 69 $5.37 tuition of A. L. Derbyshire. $10 services of Ann Derbyshire. $8 advanced to widow Derbyshire's daughter to learn trade. Schooling of Mrs. Derbyshire's son. Managing Committee Minutes-1822-18-90, 93 $11 services of Ann Derbyshire. Schooling of Ann Derbyshire. -------------------- Managing Committee Minutes-1823-18-129, 148, 152, 153, 178 Informing Conrad Bartling of his appointment to take charge of the Company's property in the place of Mrs. Derbyshire who reported that C. Bartling as ready to come at any time the committee were prepared to receive him. $4.75 tuition and stationery for A. Derbyshire. Application made by widow Derbyshire for relief. $15 for relief of Ann Derbyshire. $5.62 to pay for schooling of A.J. Derbyshire. Managing Committee Minutes-1824-18-182 $10 for present relief of Ann Derbyshire and it was resolved to place her on the list of widows at ten dollars per quarter from this date. Eight references through 1829 to widow Derbyshire's quarterly payment. Managing Committee Minutes-1831-18-391 On motion resolved: that the widow Derbyshire's quarterly allowance be raised from $10 to $15. Six references to this payment through 1836. Carpenters' Co. Minutes-1879-344 Communication from John W. Biddle concerning Alexander Derbyshire's bequest to Carpenters' Company of $1,000.
Defendant/Sheriff's Sale Notes
Also James (1859)