I know that my husband's ancestor, Ann Manfull, bc 1778, was the daughter of Stephen Manfull, who was a corn miller in Melbourne, Derbyshire. She later married William Peat of Melbourne. I presume the Stephen Manfull b 1781, would be her brother. However, I cannot find any trace of the family in Melbourne before that date, and am beginning to wonder if the name Manfull is a corruption of a similar name, such as Manville, Manfield or Manifold. Manifold is a name derived from a river that runs through Derbyshire & Staffordshire, and is quite common in Staffordshire. I would be interested in any theories, as we have a sampler worked by Ann Manfull when she was 14 years of age.