Extract from Kelly's Directory, 1881
Ulley-cum-Brampton, or Brampton-en-le-Morthen, though seperate townships, partly in Treeton parish and partly in Aston-cum-Aughton parish, form together one ecclesiastical parish constituted in 1852, and taken, partly from the parish of Treeton and partly from that of Aston, in the southern division of the Riding, Rotherham Union and county court district, south division of Strafforth and Tickhill wapentake, rural deanery of Rotherham and archdeanery and diocese of York.
The Church of the Holy Trinity is a stone ediface, consisting of chancel, nave and porch, erected about 1851 at the sole expense of Viscount Halifax, in memory of a deceased brother; a stained memorial window has been placed in the east end by Job Conworth, Esq to the memory of William Presley Esq. - Conworth's father-in-law
The Register dates from the year 1851
The living is a vicarage, yearly value £118, with residence, arising partly from an endowment by Viscount Halifax of £50 a year, since increased to its present amount by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners and private contributers, in the gift of Viscount Halifax and held by the Rev. William Studdart Evans, B.A. of Trinity College Dublin.
Poyntons Charity amounts to £7 18s. 0d. yearly; another charity being the interest of £600 left by the late Elizabeth Poynton for widows over 60 years old, is limited to inhabitants of Ulley and Mosborough, who must also be members of the Church of England.
The soil is partly clay and mixed; the subsoil clay and red gritstone. The chief crops are wheat, barley, turnips.
The area is 933 acres; rateable value £1418 14s. 11d.; The population in 1871 is 188.
Turnshaw Quarry, now a wood, is to the south.
The area of the ecclesiastical parish is 1972 acres, the population in 1871 was 311.
The Village School erected by public subscription on a site given by the late William Presley, Esq.
Job Conworth, Ulley Hall and Carolgate, East Retford
Rev. William Studdart Evans, Vicar of Ulley and Brampton
Barraclough Brothers, Wheelwrights
James Bartle, Farmer
John Bartles, Beer Retailer
James B. Hodgson, Farmer, Ulley Manor Farm
Henry Shaw, Farmer
Robert Shaw, Farmer