b. Chester, 1857.
Ethel: her father George Hulse
was Railway Telegraph Official
He originated from Chester.
1881: Resident at 151, Crewe St., Derby.
It is likely this street of houses was built and named in tribute to the railway workers arriving in Derby from Crewe.
1911: George and Hannah have moved to 30, Stanley St., Chesterfield, possibly because of George's work.
Ethel is now married to Leo but there are 5 other children still living with their parents all born in Derby:
Beatrice aged 24 (mother's help), Maud aged 22 (Mantle Maker), Herbert aged 21 (Railway Clerk), Walter aged 18 (Apprentice Cabinet Maker) and Gladys aged 13 at school).
b. Derby, 1882.
m. Leo Henry Tunaley, Shardlow, nr. Derby, 1905.
Ethel d. Derby, 1960.
b. 1858, Bedford.
Edward Tunaley, Leo's father died Chesterfield, 1916.
One wonders whether this location is related to where George and Hannah were living as there appears to be little Tunaley connection with the town of Chesterfield other than the railway.