And these are the most searched for people from places in Derbyshire, according to the map produced by The Pudding. We've only included the results for locations that are relevant to our readers. To see the map in full, click here.
Andy Garner is a retired professional footballer. He began his career at Derby County before moving on to Blackpool. He is now a coach at Burton Albion. Photo - by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images
Footballer Aden Flint is currently playing for Middlesbrough. He has previously played for Swindon Town, Alfreton Town and represented the England C national team. Photo - Stu Forster/Getty Images
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Roache, who grew up in Ilkeston, has played Ken Barlow on the ITV soap Coronation Street since its first episode in December 1960.
Ottewell is one of three lead singers with the band Gomez. He won the Mercury Music Award Prize in 1998. Photo - Jeff Gentner/Getty Images
A BAFTA award-winning actress, Chanel Cresswell is best known for playing Kelly Kelly Jenkins in This Is England. Photo by Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images
Born in Eccles, Manchester, former English cricketer Michael Vaughan OBE now lives in Baslow. He was once ranked one of the best batsmen in the world. He is now a cricket commentator. Photo Tom Dulat/Getty Images
Born in 1818, George Bassett was the founder of confectionery firm Bassett's and went on to become Mayor of Sheffield.
Actor and film producer Jason Statham is known for his action thriller roles. He also competed for Britain as a diver in the 1990 Commonwealth Games.
Former Royal butler Paul Burrell has become a media personality since the death of Diana Princess of Wales in 1997. He has made appearances on several reality TV shows.
TV presenter Tess Daly grew up in Birch Vale and went to school in Hayfield and New Mills. She has presented Strictly Come Dancing since 2004.
Actor Tom Chambers has appeared in Holby City, Casualty and Waterloo Road. He also won the sixth season of Strictly Come Dancing.
Novelist, poet, playwright and screenwriter Berlie Doherty has twice won the Carnegie Medal.
Labour politician Dennis Skinner has served as the MP for Bolsover since 1970.
Former Conservative politician Edwina Currie is now a novelist and broadcaster.
Disgraced former radio DJ Dave Lee Travis was born in Buxton. He was one of the BBC's top names in the 1970s and 80s and presented Top of the Pops. He was found guilty of indecent assault in 2014. Photo - Andrew Cowie/AFP/Getty
Brought up in Matlock, Isy Suttie is a musical comedian, actress and writer known for playing Dobby in Peep Show. Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images
Footballer and England international Joe Payne is best known as the scorer of 10 goals in a match for Luton Town against Bristol Rovers in 1936, a record that still stands today. Photo - A. Hudson/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images
Founder of modern nursing Florence Nightingale was also an English social reformer and statistician. She spent part of her childhood at the family home in Derbyshire. Photo - London Stereoscopic Company/Getty Images
Emma Harrison is an entrepreneur, founder and key shareholder of A4e (Action For Employment).
Actor Neville Buswell is best known for his role as Ray Langton in Coronation Street. Born in Chapel, he now lives in Las Vegas. Photo - John Madden/Keystone/Getty Images
Flamsteed was an astronomer and the first Astronomer Royal. He made the first recorded observations of Uranus. Photo - Hulton Archive/Getty Images
Best known for playing Anna Windass in Coronation Street, Debbie Rush has also starred in Hollyoaks. Photo - Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images
Inventor and entrepreneur Richard Arkwright patented the spinning frame and is known as the "father of the modern industrial factory system." He also served as High Sheriff of Derbyshire. Photo - Hulton Archive/Getty Images
James Bond actor Timothy Dalton grew up in Belper and attended the Herbert Strutt Grammar School. Photo - Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for Showtime
Footballer Millie Bright plays for Chelsea as a defender and is also part of the England national team. Photo - Michael Regan/Getty Images
Charles Hanson is an auctioneer and chartered surveyor. He is best known for appearances as an antiques expert on Bargain Hunt, Flog It! and the Antiques Road Trip.
Scientist, engineer and inventor Barnes Wallis was born in Ripley and is best known for inventing the bouncing bomb used by the RAF during the Dambusters raid. Photo - Chris Ware/Keystone/Getty Images
Saira Khan was the runner-up on the first series of The Apprentice and has since gone on to become a TV presenter. She was born in Long Eaton. Photo - Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images
Former professional footballer Steve Sutton played as goalkeeper for teams including Nottingham Forest and Derby County. Photo - Getty Images.
Drummer Rick Allen has played for Def Leppard since 1978. He was in a serious car accident in 1984 and lost his left arm but has continued to play the drums. Photo - Theo Wargo/Getty Images For The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Born in Clowne, John Galley is a former footballer who scored 149 goals from 409 games in the Football League. Photo - South West Picture Agency (SWPA)/Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images
Born in Heanor, Henry Garnet was a Jesuit Priest executed for his part in the Gunpowder Plot. Photo - Hulton Archive/Getty Images
Arthur Lowe (right), best known for playing Captain Mainwaring in Dad's Army, also had roles in Coronation Street, Bless Me,Father and was nominated for several Bafta awards. Photo -McCarthy/Express/Getty Images
John Lowe MBE is a former World number 1 darts player. He was one of the best known darts players in the 1970s and 80s and is the first player to have won the World Championship in three separate decades.
Born in Whittington, Joseph Brotherton was a reforming British politician, Nonconformist minister and pioneering vegetarian.
Thomas Raymond Latimer, known as Bram, is a professional wrestler and actor. He was born in Calow and lives in Chesterfield
Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor, was a drummer for the rock band Motrhead from 19751984 and 19871992. Born in Hasland, he died in 2015. Photo - GEORGES GOBET/AFP/Getty Images
Harry Hopkinson, was a British music hall performer, a soprano and songwriter known as the Yodelling Cowboy from Chesterfield.
Emmanual Cooper OBE was a British studio potter and writer on arts and crafts
Fred Thelonious Baker is a guitarist and jazz bass guitarist from Tibshelf, Derbyshire. He is known for playing in Phil Miller's Canterbury scene band In Cahoots
Sir John De Grey, who lived in Shirland, was a soldier and High Sheriff.
Mark Morris is an author known for his series of horror novels. He has also written several novels based on the TV show Doctor Who
Born in Staveley and named Peter Robinson, Christopher Spedding is a musician, singer, guitarist, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and record producer.
George HD Gossip was a minor American-English chess master and writer. He grew up at Barlborough Hall
Born in Eckington, Paul West was a British-born American novelist, poet, and essayist
Born in Wirksworth, Lawrence Beesley was a science teacher, journalist and author who was a survivor of the sinking of Titanic. Photo - Mike Coppola/Getty Images
Francis Percy Toplis, born in Chesterfield, was a British criminal and imposter active during and after the First World War
Born in Ironville, Francis Nathaniel Tarr was an rugby union player who played for the Leicester Tigers and also won four caps for England.
Geoff Barrowcliffe, who was born in Little Eaton, was a professional footballer who played for Derby County. He died in Ilkeston in 2009.
Born in Eyam, Anna Seward was a long-eighteenth-century romantic poet, often called the Swan of Lichfield
Nigel Ayers is a multimedia artist, whose sound art has included numerous audio releases and live performances through his group Nocturnal Emissions.
Pensioner Peter Oakley, from Bakewell, became a YouTube star under the pseudonym geriatric1927. He died in 2014
John Clifford, who was born in Sawley, was a nonconformist minister and politician.
Sir Hugh Willoughby was an English soldier and an early Arctic voyager. He served in the court of Henry VIII and fought in the Scottish campaign where he was knighted for his valour.