Writing in the King's County (New Brunswick) Record, Diana Lynn Tibert described one of those hidden gems that genealogists love to uncover. If you have ancestors from the County of Derbyshire, England, you will want to spend some time on a web site called "Yesterday's Journey."
The "Yesterday's Journey" web site posts names and information found in official documents for the County of Derbyshire, England. These documents include wills, coroner reports, arrest warrants, indentured records, delinquent fathers and more. The details in the documents may include full name, date and place of birth, names of parents, spouses, children and employers, length of employment, military service and other pieces of information.
Derbyshire is a county located in the East Midlands of England. It shares its borders with Greater Manchester, West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Staffordshire and Cheshire Counties. Although this database is specifically for Derbyshire, it often includes people from all over the British Isles as they worked and traveled in the county.
You can read more at http://kingscorecord.canadaeast.com/friendsneighbours/article/396740.