The Pursgloves of Great Longstone - [GLON]

Great Longstone and Little Longstone are in the Derbyshire Dales.  The Church of St. Giles is a 13th Century building and Longstone Hall was built in the 14th Century then completely re-built in the mid 18th century.

Standing on the Longstone Edge, A limestone ridge and part of a large anticline, this area has been extensively mined for Galena, Flourspar and Barytes.  Limestone is also quarried, but this is controlled to maintain the natural beauty of the National Park.

 

Thomas Pursglove [669] married Barbara ? 
Sophea Pursglove, daughter of Thomas Pursglove, bapt. 10/9/1797
Thomas Pursglove, son of Thomas Pursglove, bapt. 28/10/1798
Elizabeth Pursglove, daughter of Thomas Pursglove bapt. 12/9/1802
Thomas Pursglove, son of Thomas and Barbara, bapt 19/5/1811

Joseph Pursglove [676] married Sarah Wild on 26/12/1876

Sophia Pursglove [671] married William Hallows on 17/12/1818

 

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