Derbyshire
 
Origin of name: Formally known as Northworthy, meaning 'North Enclosure' in English. It was renamed Deoraby by the Danes from the concentration of deer, possibly in some sort of enclosure. Derby therefore means deer village or village with a deer park or enclosure.
Name first recorded: 1049, Motto: Bene Consulendo (By good counsel).

 
1901
 
69 Mill Hill Lane, Derby.
Elizabeth Oldham, Head, age 72 (widow) born Ashbourne.
Annie E. Arthy, visitor, age 37 (married), born Old Trafford, Manchester.