Pigot & Co's Commercial Directory for Derbyshire, 1835

“Cubley and South Wingfield”

Transcriptions by Rosemary Lockie, © Copyright 1996

CUBLEY is a parish (having no dependent township), in the hundred of Appletree; the village being situate about 6 miles S. from Ashbourn, which is the post town for this place. The church is dedicated to St. Andrew: the living is a rectory, with the perpetual curacy of Marston-Montgomery annexed, in the patronage of the Earl of Chesterfield. The parish contained, in 1831, 471 Inhabitants.

MARSTON-MONTGOMERY is a parish, in the same hundred as Cubley, one mile and a half from that village, and 4 N.E. from Uttoxeter, (in Staffordshire), the nearest post town. The greater proportion of the inhabitants, as well as those in the neighbouring parish of Cubley, are engaged in agriculture. The church here Is dedicated to St. Giles, and the living is annexed to that of Cubley. A school is supported here by small annual donations. The population in 1831 was 457, being fewer by 12 inhabitants than it contained in 1821, and 19 more than were returned at the census of 1801.

[Ed: there was apparently no POST, or POST OFFICE service]

GENTRY AND CLERGY.
Vevers Rev. Richard Wm. Cubley
Wain Mr. John, Cubley

PUBLIC HOUSES.
Chesterfield Arms, Thomas Jackson, Cubley
Cross Keys, Thomas Applebee, Marston-Montgomery

SHOPKEEPERS, TRADERS, &c.
The names without address are in MARSTON-MONTGOMERY
Allcock John, Cooper
Atkin William, carpenter, Cubley
Baker Joseph, tailor, Cubley
Carnald Benjamin, shopkeeper
Coxon Thos. shopkeeper, Cubley
Gerrard John, miller, Cubley
Hall John, tailor, Cubley
Harpur Thomas, schoolmaster
Harrison Thomas, tailor
Harrison William, blacksmith
Jeffrey Elizabeth, retailer of beer
Jeffrey George, boot & shoemaker
Jeffrey William, blacksmith
Milward Robert, wheelwright, Cubley
Moss John, schoolmaster, Cubley
Nash John, retailer of beer
Oldham John, agent to the Earl of Chesterfield, Cubley
Porter Joseph, bricklayer, Cubley
Quicksand John, shopkeeper
Ratcliff William, tailor, Cubley
Rudford William, maltster, brewer and brick maker
Simlett William, brick maker, Cubley
Sparks Thomas, boot & shoemaker
Tomlinson John, boot and shoemaker, Cubley
Wilson Samuel, wheelwright, Cubley

Description(s) from Pigot and Co's Commercial Directory for Derbyshire, 1835.
Transcribed by Rosemary Lockie in May 1996.

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