George Darby1

#12713, (25 December 1830-)
FatherWilliam Darby1 (28 Jun 1795-c Sep 1874)
MotherEliza Webb1 (1804-c Mar 1874)
ChartsDarby Family - descendants
Descendents of Richard Darby
Last Edited20 Nov 2012
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George Darby was baptized at St. Dunstan's on Saturday, 25 December 1830 at Hunsdon, Hertfordshire.1 "About two miles north-east from Stanstead, in the same hundred (Braughin), stands the pleasant village of Hunsdon, in the parish of its name. From the church, and other positions in the neighbourhood, some beautiful views may be obtained, including the course of the Stort to join the Lea ... The parish [1839] contains about 600 inhabitants." The church stands close to Hunsdon House, nearly a mile south of the village. The walls are of flint rubble with stone dressings, the south chapel being built of brick. This church possesses some exceptionally good details of fittings of the 16th and 17th centuries.2

He was the son of William Darby and Eliza Webb.1

He was recorded as living with his parents and siblings Thomas, William, Eliza, John, Sarah and Annie in the 1841 census at Hitsom Hall, Furneaux Pelham, Hertfordshire. He was recorded as being 11 years old.3 George Darby was a labourer in March 1851.4

George Darby was listed as a lodger in the household of James Chapman and Mary Ann (?) in the 1851 census at Much Hadham, Hertfordshire. He was recorded as being 20 years old. He was likely living with his employer and his family.4


1830BaptismSt. Dunstan's, Hunsdon, Hertfordshire1


  1. [S549] E-mails from Eve Mintern to Tim Hill, 2012- 27th Oct 2012 "William Darby son of Thomas."
  2. [S581] William Page A History of the County of Hertford: Volume 3
  3. [S397] National Census for England, 1841 (online image) Class: HO107; Piece: 443; Book: 15; Civil Parish: Furneaux Pelham; County: Hertfordshire; Enumeration District: 5; Folio: 20; Page: 9; Line: 15; GSU roll: 288830. (
  4. [S392] National Census for England, 1851 (online image) Class: HO107; Piece: 1706; Folio: 531; Page: 45; GSU roll: 193614. (