Pigot & Co's Commercial Directory for Derbyshire, 1835

“Chesterfield, with the villages of Brampton, Brimington and neighbourhoods”

Transcriptions by Rosemary Lockie, © Copyright 1996

CHESTERFIELD is an ancient corporate and market-town, and parish, in the hundred of Scarsdale, 150 miles from London, 48 S.E. from Manchester, 24 N. from Derby, the like distance E. from Buxton, 12 E. from Bakewell, the like distance S. from Sheffield, and 8 N. by E. from Matlock. It is a large but irregularly built town, pleasantly situate between two rivulets, the Hyper and Rother, in the beautiful and fertile vale of Scarsdale, and is the second considerable town in the county of Derby. The Saxon appellation of Ceaster proves it to have been a place of great antiquity and considerable importance, and it is imagined to have originated from a Roman station.

At the time of the Norman survey, it was called Cestrefield, & was then only a bailiwick to Newbold - the latter now but a small hamlet in the parish: subsequently it advanced to considerable importance, and King John conferred upon it a charter of incorporation with the privilege of two markets and a fair. The charter was ratified by succeeding monarchs; enlarged by Queen Elizabeth, and confirmed by Charles II; it confides the government of the town to a mayor, six aldermen, six brethren, and twelve capital burgesses, assisted by a chamberlain, town clerk, and other officers: the mayor and the preceding one are justices of the peace.

The lord of the manor holds a court-leet in October, when a constable is chosen; and a court of record, for the recovery of debts not exceeding £20. The petty sessions for the division are held here in the town-hall, on the ground floor of which is a prison for debtors, and a residence for the gaoler. Chesterfield is one of the stations appointed under the new Boundary Act for receiving votes at the election of knights of the shire, to represent the northern division of the county.

The trades which contribute to the prosperity of the town are various, comprising the manufacture of hosiery, lace, and flax-dressing; in the immediate neighbourhood are malt-houses, besides some large iron foundries, tanneries, roperies, and brown-ware potteries; and the making of waggoners' frocks is carried on here, to a very great extent. Mines of coal, lead and iron are worked in the vicinity of Chesterfield; and a canal passes near to the town, which falls into the Trent at Stockwith, near Gainsborough.

The church, a large handsome structure, in the form of a cross, and dedicated to All Saints, has been built at various times, parts of it being very ancient. It appears there was a church here in the 11th century, as William II. gave the church of Chesterfield to the cathedral of Lincoln. The spire of the present edifice, which rises to the height of 230 feet, is covered with lead: its extraordinary appearance surprises every beholder - for, it not only appears to be twisted, but also to incline considerably from the perpendicular. The interior of the church is of an imposing character: the east window of the chancel is a fine composition; there are some very antique monuments, both in the nave and the chancel, and in the south transept are a beautiful screen and rood-loft. The living is a vicarage, in the archdeaconry of Derby, and diocese of Lichfield and Coventry, and in the patronage of the dean of Lincoln; the present incumbent is the Rev. Thomas Hill. The other places of worship are for baptists, Wesleyan and primitive methodists, independents, Sandemanians, unitarians, and the society of friends.

The free grammar school was founded in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, and was formerly one of the largest in the north of England; the present building was erected in the year 1710, on the site where the original formerly stood. There are also national, infant and Sunday schools, and one of industry for girls. Several alms-houses have been endowed, in different parts of the town; and the other institutions comprise a dispensary, savings' bank, bible, tract and missionary societies, and a mechanics' institute. An elegant assembly-room was built some years ago, for the amusement of the more respectable inhabitants; and races are held annually in the autumn. The weekly market, which is on Saturday, is well supplied with corn, cattle, cheese and other necessaries. Fairs are held on the 27th January, 28th February, the first Saturday in April, 4th May, 4th July, 25th September, and 28th November.

In 1821 the entire parish of Chesterfield contained 9,190 inhabitants, and in 1831. 10,688, of which last number 5,775 were returned for the town.

BRAMPTON is a village and parish, about 3½ miles W. from Chesterfield. At Brampton-moor are extensive stone potteries, belonging to Messrs. T. Oldfield and Co., Messrs. H. and S. Briddon and Mr. J. Wright; Mr. W. Briddon, at Walton, and others; at New Brampton, are iron works, and in the neighbourhood is a coal mine.

Brampton church, dedicated to St. Peter, is an antique building, first erected in the 12th century, since which period it has been partly rebuilt. A new church, under the direction of the parliamentary commissioners, has been lately erected, dedicated to St. Thomas, in the gift of the dean of Lincoln: the present minister is the Rev. Matson Vincent, M. A. This church has been built for the inhabitants of the district comprising Walton, part of Brampton, and part of Newbold. A handsome school has been also estsablished, connected with the district belonging to this church; there are besides places or worship for independents and methodists.

The parish (including CUTTHORPE hamlet) contained, at the last census (1831), 3,594 inhabitants.

BRIMINGTON is a township in the parish of Chesterfield, about 2 miles N. by E. from that town; it contains a chapel under the establishment (rebuilt in 1808), and a meeting-house for dissenters. The Chesterfield canal passes through the township - which contained, in 1831, 759 inhabitants.

POST OFFICE:- High-street, J. Roberts, Post Master:- Letters from LONDON, MANSFIELD, NOTTINGHAM, DERBY and parts of the South arrive every day at twelve, and are despatched every morning at two:- Letters from BIRMINGHAM, LICHFIELD, BURTON-UPON-TRENT, OXFORD, BRISTOL, and the West of England arrive every day at twelve, and are despatched every morning at nine:- Letters from SHEFFIELD, ROTHERHAM, HULL, LIVERPOOL, LEEDS, CHESTER, MANCHESTER, EDINBURGH, GLASGOW, and all parts of the North arrive every morning at two, and are despatched every day at twelve:- Letters from MANCHESTER, LIVERPOOL, CHESTER, &c. are also despatched by way of DERBY, every morning at nine.
COUNTRY POSTS. TO ASHOVER, letters are despatched every Monday afternoon. TO BARLBOROUGH, CLOWN and WHITWELL, letters are despatched every day (Sundays excepted.) TO DUCKMANTON, BOLSOVER, HEATH, WHITTINGTON and STONE GRAVEL, letters are despatched every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. TO ECKINGTON, letters are despatched every afternoon.

Abercrombie Right Hon. James, Stubbing hall
Ashbridge Rev. Joseph, Heath
Askew Mr. George, Newbold lane
Barnes John Gorell, esq. Ash gate
Bolton Capt. Anthony, Brimington
Bossley Mrs. Sarah, New square
Bowden Jn. Brunoe, esq. South gate
Clarke Mr. James, Salter gate
Croft the Misses Sarah and Mary, Knifesmith gate
Crompton Gilbert, esq. Holywell st
Curry Rev. Nathaniel Benjamin, Packer's row
Dixon Mr. John, Old Brampton
Dutton, Samuel esq. Knifesmith gate
Elam Miss Eliza, Tapton lane
Elliott Mr. Joseph, Church lane
Field Miss Mary, Holywell st
Fox Mr. Edward, Newbold fields
Graham Miss Elizabeth, Beetwell st
Graham Mrs. Elizabeth Esther, St. Mary's gate
Hallows Thomas, esq. Glapwell hall
Heathcote Rev. Edward, West bar
Hill Miss Emily, St. Mary's gate
Hill Miss Maria, St. Mary's gate
Hill Rev. Thomas, Vicar lane
Hunloke James, esq. Birdholme
Hunloke Sir Hny. bart. Wingerworth
Jebb Colonel Joshua, Walton hall
Johnson Samuel, esq. Somerset hall
Lucas Mr. Barnard Maynard, Brimington
Malkin Robert, esq. Tapton lane
Maynard Edmund Gilling, esq. West bar
Melland William, esq. Brampton hall
Minton Rev. Thos. Wm. Vicar lane
Mitchell Mr. Joshua, Newbold
Peach Rev. William, Old Brampton
Radford Miss Frances, Newbold lane
Shippam Mr. Jonathan, Salter gate
Snell Mrs. Mary, Holywell st
Steade Mr. M. Spital
Stokes Mr. Joseph, Manor house
Storrs Miss Ann, Salter gate
Stubbing Mr. William, Holywell st
Turner Miss Elizabeth, South st
Vincent Rev. Matson, Somersall hall
Wallace Rev. Robert, Newbold lane
Wilson Mr. Martin, Beetwell st
Woodhead Mr. Richd. Holywell cross

Not otherwise described are Day Schools.
Atkinson John (boarding and day), Holywell cross
Edwards William, Church gates
Fiddlers M. A. and J. Narrow lane
FREE SCHOOL, Old Brampton, Nicholas Longden, master
Gascoigne Misses. St. Mary's gate
Horsfall Enoch, Old Brampton
INFANTS SCHOOL, Holywell street, Thomas Jagg, master
Johnson Richard, Duckmanton
NATIONAL SCHOOL, Brampton moor, Thos. Elliott, master;
  Hannah Margerison, mistress
NATIONAL SCHOOL, Soresby street, Henry Mason, master;
  Mary Rice, mistress
Pickard William, Soresby st
Roome Wm. Joseph (boarding) Spa bank
Smith Hannah, Rebecca and Jemima (boarding) Lord's Mill st
Wall Anne (boarding) Market place
Walton Martha & Mary (boarding) Ash gate

AGENTS. (See also Fire, &c. Office Agents.)
Cooke John (to J. Hibberson) Holywell st
Elliot Ellis (to Canal Co.) Canal wharf
Glossop William (to G. Wheatcroft and Co.) Lord's Mill street
Gratton Joseph (to the Canal Company) Thorn field
Tudsbury Marmaduke (to Pickford and Co.) Holywell street
Twigg James Ashton (mining agent and agent to the
  Duke of Devonshire) Chesterfield, & at Quarndon

Brown John Charnel, Soresby st
Calton Richard, St. Mary's gate
Charge John, West bar
Clarke Thomas, Cavendish st
Drabble and Waller, New square
Drabble John, Church lane
Gillett John, Church lane
Gratton Richard, Holywell cross
Handley William, Wright's yard
Hutchinson John & Richard George (and coroners for the hundred
  of Scarsdale) Market place
Lucas Barnard Maynard, New sq
Marsh John, Marsh's yard
Short Lawrence, Vicar lane
Thomas Wotton Byrchinshaw, Holywell street

Gallimore William, St. Mary's gate
Lovett Robert, South st
Nicholson William, Packer's row
Wilson Matthew, Soresby st

Allen James, Brimington
Burrows James, Market place
Cooper Joseph, New square
Hawkesley John, Knifesmith gate

  Geo. Walker, manager:- (draw on Smith, Payne & Co. London)
Crompton, Newton & Co. Market pl:- (draw on Lees & Co. London)
Maltby & Robinson, New square:- (draw on Sir R. C. Glyn and Co.)
SAVINGS' BANK, Vicar lane:- Peter Redfern, actuary:- (open every
  Monday from twelve to one)

Holehouse Charles, South st
Lathbury James, Stoker's yard

Allison David, Holywell st
Anthony Edward, Soresby st
Barton Stephen, Old Brampton
Belfit Samuel, West bar
Brown Henry, Old Brampton
Doe John, Brampton moor
Gascoigne Thomas, Packer's row
Jennings John, Glueman gate
Marples Robert, Old Brampton
Marriott Edward, Beetwell st
Richards George, Brimington
Robinson George, Duckmanton
Stubbing William, Brampton moor
Turner George, Salter gate
Walton James, Silk Mill yard

Ford Thomas, Iron gate
Roberts John, High st
Woodhead John & Thomas, Market place

Bacon Joseph, Brimington
Beard James, Salter gate
Beard Samuel, Spring lane
Bonington Joseph, New square
Bonington Joseph, jun. New square
Bray William, St. Mary's gate
Briddon William, Beetwell st
Carrington Elizabeth, Narrow lane
Carrington Joseph, Brimington
Cooper George, Packer's row
Cooper John, Salter gate
Cotterill Charles, New square
Cotterill Thomas, Glueman gate
Cowlishaw William, Salter gate
Eaton John, Lord's Mill st
Ellis James, Lord's Mill st
Fidler Charles, Calow
Fogg John, West bars
Ford Israel, Vicar lane
Ford James, Lord's Mill st
Gascoigne Thomas, Swathwick
Glossop George, Newbold
Glossop Robert, Newbold
Green John, Lord's Mill st
Heaton John, Lord's Mill st
Hewitt James, Duckmanton
Hibberd James, Glueman gate
Hill Thomas, Lord's Mill st
Holmes Henry, Market place
Hunt George Henry, Salter gate
Hunt Robert, Salter gate
Kirk James, Shambles

BOOT, &c. MAKERS - Continued
Latham Wm. King & Miller yard
Mangles Richard, Lord's Mill st
Marples Isaac, South st
Parker John, Brimington
Parker Thomas, Salter gate
Plant Thomas, Packer's row
Short James, Old Brampton
Stanhope James, Glueman gate
Stevenson John, Prince's yard
Straw James, West bars
Swift William, Knifesmith gate
Tetley Robert, Glueman gate
Thickett Mark, Glueman gate
Turner George, Holywell st
Turner Isaac, New Brampton
Turton John, Brimington
Wall Thomas, St. Mary's gate
Watkinson Thomas, Sutton
Wild Robert, New Brampton
Wright Matthew, South st

Beedall William, Knifesmith gate
Bower Henry, Beetwell st
Bower Joseph, Market place
Brown John, Market place
Higginbottom Thomas, Market pl
Marsden Richard, New square
Marsh William, Market place
Morrison Richard, Market place

Elliott Richard, Brampton moor
Gratton Joseph, Stone gravel
Rawlinson and Elliott, Church lane

Barton Matthew, Holywell st
Bee Joseph, Knifesmith gate
Belfit William, Shambles
Bower Samuel, Shambles
Briddon Daniel, Shambles
Clay William, Shambles
Creswick William, New square
Denham Job, Heath
Fiddler Francis, Shambles
Greaves James, Brimington
Gregory John, Narrow lane
Hardwick Thomas, Heath
Harvey Ellen, Shambles
Hays John, New Brampton
Heathcote Thomas, Beetwell st
Hill George (pork), Lord's Mill st
Hill John (pork), Glueman gate
Kirk George, Shambles
Lenthall James, Shambles
Nall Robert, Shambles
Nall Robert, jun. Shambles
Silcock Robert, Shambles
Statham William, Shambles
Statham William, Narrow lane
Turner William, New Brampton
Ward Richard (pork) Market place
Wyatt John, Shambles
Wyatt William, Beetwell st

Dyson Thomas, South st
Eyre Joseph, Packer's row
Hall Henry, St. Mary's gate
Rodger William, Salter gate
Savage Cephas, Soresby st
Stevenson Thomas, Knifesmith gate

Carter William England, New sq
Claughton, Sons and Bettison, Market place
Robinson John Bradbury, Packer's row
Robinson Joseph, High st
Shaw William, Iron gate

Burrs Benjamin, New Brampton
Newbold John, Beetwell st
Plant Thomas, Packer's row
Shaw William, Lord's Mill st
Wright Matthew, South st

Gillett Richard, Brampton moor
Hunloke Sir Hen. J. J. Wingerworth
Limb John Pearce, Tapton
Smith Benj. & Co. Adelphi wharf
Tomlinson George, Newbold
Ward James, Newbold
Wearmonth Robt. (dealer) Soresby st

Hall John, St. Mary's gate
Haslam William, Lower pavement
Kendall Jonathan, Lord's Mill st
Lomas John, Salter gate
Lomas Sarah, New square
Roberts Richard, Knifesmith gate
Whitehead Thos, Knifesmith gate

Alsop John, Market place
Barge Thomas, Glueman gate
Launt John, Marsh's yard
Launt William, Beetwell st
Mason Henry, Elder yard
Waters Nathan, Salter gate

Alsop Charles, West bars
Batteson David, Salter gate
Burrows Joseph and Co. Lower pavement
Heath George, Glueman gate
Holmes Joseph, Packer's row

Daniel Probert, Glueman gate
Hopkinson Edward, Elder yard
Short John, St. Mary's gate
Tomlinson Jos. Booth, Salter gate

DRESS MAKERS. (See also Milliners.)
Camm Harriet, Knifesmith gate
Carter Elizabeth, Narrow lane
Damms Ann, Lower pavement
Dyson Hannah, Church lane
Hodgkinson Rebecca, Wheldon lane
Lings Elizabeth, Glueman gate
Mitchell Ann, South st
Naylor Sarah, Stone gravel
North Sarah, Knifesmith gate
Oliver Martha, Lord's Mill st
Roberts Elizabeth, Holywell st
Shaw Mary, Glueman gate
Stuart Ann, Salter gate
Taylor Sarah, Glueman gate
Worrall Jane, Knifesmith gate

Claughton, Sons & Bettison (and manufacturers of green copperas)
  Market place

Cooper John, Brown's yard
Cooper Paul, Shambles
Cresswell Samuel, Newbold's yard
Slack Samuel, Lord's Mill st
Thompson Ann, Soresby st

Marked thus * are also Stone Bottle Manufacturers.
* Briddon Samuel & Henry (plain & fancy) Brampton moor
* Briddon William, Walton
* Knowles Luke, Brampton moor
* Oldfield Thomas and Co. (plain and fancy) Brampton moor
Sanforth Mary, Stone gravel
* Wright Edwd. & Son, New Brampton
* Wright John, Brampton moor

Prince John, Prince's yard
Street Ann, Lord's Mill st

ATLAS, Thos. Clarke, Cavendish st
CLERICAL MEDICAL AND LIFE, J. and R. G. Hutchinson, Market pl
COUNTY, Peter Redfearn, Posthouse lane
GUARDIAN, Joseph Mawdson, Market place
IMPERIAL, Jno. Parker, Wingerworth
MANCHESTER, Jno. Roberts, High st
NORWICH UNION, Cephas Savage, Soresby street
PELICAN (life) and PHOENIX (fire), John Drabble, Church lane
ROYAL EXCHANGE, William Johnson, Holywell street
SHEFFIELD, William Robinson and Son, New square

Hopkinson John & Sons, Market pl
Scott Dan, Packer's row

Blockley Samuel, Packer's row
Holmes William, Brimington
Shaw Thomas, Salter gate
Wilbourn James, Vicar lane

Clarkson James, Market place
Schofield Thomas, High st

GROCERS & TEA DEALERS. (See also Shopkeepers, &c.)
Barker George, Market place
Batteson George, Packer's row
Batteson William, Salter gate
Bingham John & Son, St. Mary's gate
Chadwick William, High st
Clark Charles, High st
Cowley Joseph, High st
Gill Elizabeth, Market place
Henderson John, New square
Hides Robert, Market place
Hill Samuel, Packer's row
Hounsfield Thomas, Holywell cross
Lingard James, Market place
Nall John, Market place
Sanders George, Packer's row
Towndrow William, Market place
Walton Mary, New square

Damms George, Low pavement
Page William, Packer's row

Bloom William, Knifesmith gate
Brentnall Samuel, Lord's Mill st
Bush John, Market place
Clarkson James, Market place
Limb Thomas, New square
Pullin Robert, Market place
Taylor Benjamin, Market place

Cook Henry, Walton
Davenport James & Sons, Knifesmith gate
Haslam & Pearson, Market place
Pritchard & Co. Walton
Riggott John, Brown's yard
Smith John, West bars

INNS. (See also Taverns & Public Houses.)
Angel, Thos. Evinson, New square
Angel, John Frank, Packer's row
Commercial, Wm. Lovett, South st

Smith Ebenezer & Co. (and brass founders & steam engine makers),
  New Brampton
Smith Elsam and Co. (and iron masters) Adelphi works

Bower Joseph, Market place
Brown Josiah, Market place
Marsh William, Market place
Wordsworth John, Market place

Calow Joseph, Brimington
Elliott John, New Brampton
Fox James, Brimington
Haslam Joseph, Beetwell st
Hattersley John, Brampton moor
Jones Richard, Brampton moor
Manknell Samuel, Holywell st
Moore John, St. Mary's gate
Parker George, Holywell st
Pickard Thomas, Holywell st
Rodgers William, Salter gate
Savage Cephas (and builder), Soresby street
Stevenson Daniel, Beetwell st
Stevenson Thomas, Beetwell st
Taylor Samuel, Brimington
White Grace, Lord's Mill st

Beardmore George, Lord's Mill st
Johnson & Holmes, Castle yard
Mugliston Jno. & Geo. St. Mary's gt
Renshaw Thomas, Market place
Waterhouse John Walker, Lord's Mill street

Butcher John, Market place
Goody & Richardson, Packer's row
Hewitt & Heane, Market place
Hoole & Roberts, Market place
Hurst & Sayer, High st
Knowles George, New Brampton
Robinson William and Son (and hosiers & glovers), New square
Wright George, Market place

Baker James, Glueman gate
Batteson David, Salter gate
Burkitt William, Hollis lane
Burrows Joseph and Co. Lower pavement
Coller John Belsey, Holywell st
Dixon Richard, Vicar lane
Elliot George, Mount pleasant
Gratton Joseph, Holywell st
Greaves John, Brimington
Hardwick William, Marsh's yard
Haywood John, Brimington
Rooth John, Salter gate
Wheatcroft William, Salter gate

Johnson and Holmes (ginghams), Castle yard
Kinder John (woollen cloth) New Brampton
Wild Joseph (worsted) Shambles

Armstrong Edward, Whaley mill
Baggalley John, Sheep bridge
Burrows Joseph and Co. Lower pavement
Elliott William, Brampton moor
Hayes Thomas, Holymoor side
Heath George, Windmill
Heath Thomas, Glueman gate
Hodgkinson John, Woodthorp
Ledger & Carr, Tapton
Robinson Arthur and William, Wingerworth
Spencer -, Normanton
Wilcockson Samuel, Salter gate

Barker Mary, South st
Lings Elizabeth, Glueman gate
Rose Sarah, West bars

Bowater Edward, Salter gate
Carter Joseph, Silk Mill yard
Funch Henry, Brown's yard
Plimmer John, New Brampton
Simpson George, New Brampton
Simpson Samuel, West bars
Thacker Anthony, West bars
Wilson Robert, Holywell st

DERBYSHIRE COURIER (Saturday), John Roberts, publisher, High st

Beard John, Salter gate
Blake William, Narrow lane
Furniss John, Narrow lane
Hollis John, West bars
Littlewood Peter, Glueman gate
Roper Benjamin, West bars
Statham John, Glueman gate
Teal William, Knifesmith gate
Thomas George, Theatre yard

Mycroft Thomas, New Brampton
Wilcockson Thomas, Market place

Fletcher George, Holywell st
Robertson Wm. Hen. Market place

Ashmore Samuel, Salter gate
Camamile Daniel, New Brampton
Clay Samuel, Duckmanton
Roper Benjamin, West bars

Britt Christopher, South st
Fentem Thomas, Robinson's yard
Peak John, New Brampton
Rotherham Henry, Glueman gate
Shepley George, Knifesmith gate
Thorpe Robert, Lord's Mill st
Walker Bethenie, Knifesmith gate

Batteson David, Salter gate
Coller John Belsey, Holywell st
Mugliston George, St. Mary's gate
Towndrow Wm. (& ale) Holywell st

Hopkinson John & Son, Market pl
Newton John, Salter gate
Scott Dan, Packer's row
Wilkinson John, Stone gravel
Wilkinson Valentine, Spa lane

Bennett John, Market place
Dawson Edward, Packer's row
Dawson William, Knifesmith gate
Parker Joseph, Market place
Walker William, Knifesmith gate

Page William (three and six cord), Packer's row

Allen James, Whittington
Alsop George, Duckmanton
Barker Joseph, Lord's Mill st
Berrisford Elizabeth, Brimington
Bond Hannah, New Brampton
Brassington William, Brimington
Briddon Richard, Brampton moor
Clay Samuel, Duckmanton
Elliott Josiah, New Brampton
Ellis William, St. Mary's gate
Harvey Sarah, Beetwell st
Hodgkinson John, Duckmanton
Huntington Samuel, New Brampton
Ledger and Carr, Packer's row
Limb William, St. Mary's gate
Lomas Sarah, New square
Low Samuel, New Brampton
Marsden Peter, Brampton moor
Mead Sarah, New Brampton
Neal Mark, West bars
Newbould John, Beetwell st
Reynolds Thomas, Knifesmith gate
Riggott Charles, Salter gate
Roberts George, Holywell st
Shaw William, Lord's Mill st
Smith Benjamin, Duckmanton
Stanhope James, Brampton moor
Swift William, Packer's row
Tetley Thomas, New square
Toplis William, Brimington
Walker Joseph, South st
Wall Elizabeth, New square
White William, Holywell st
Young William, New Brampton

Gerreson James, Holywell st
Taylor James, Church yard side

(See Earthenware Manufacturers.)

Elliott Joseph, St. Mary's gate
Elliott Richard, St. Mary's gate
Gerreson James, Holywell st
Mettam John, West bars
Rawson Charles, White Horse yard
Rollinson Samuel, St. Mary's gate
Shaw George, Cockpit yard
Shepherd Thomas, Newbold lane
Taylor James, Church yard side
Watson William, Brimington
Wright John and Son, Hollis lane
Wright Thomas, Lord's Mill st

Rutherford Jesse, Wingerworth
Wearmouth Robert, Newbold

Damms George, Low Pavement
Fowler Mary, Spittal lane
Mangle Harriet, Lord's Mill st
Mellor Mary, Knifesmith gate
Purslove Mary Ann, Beetwell st
Wall Susannah, St. Mary's gate
White Grace, Lord's Mill st
Worrall Jane, Knifesmith gate

Cartledge, Botham and Cartledge, Glueman gate
Creswick Francis, Beetwell st
Gallimore Wm. Ths. St. Mary's gate
Hall William, Packer's row
Langston Joseph, West bars
Walker John, Knifesmith gate

Hodkin Daniel, Salter gate
Twigg James Ashton (mineral surveyor and mining engineer),
  Holywell street, and at Quarndon

Beard William, New Brampton
Bennett John, Duckmanton
Bollington William, Vicar lane
Bond John, New Brampton
Bradley Henry, St. Mary's gate
Coulson Daniel, Glueman gate
Coulson Thomas, Holymoor side
Cowley Joseph, Wingerworth
Dodds James, Packer's row
Furniss Joseph, Brimington
Goodwin William, Church lane
Haslam Robert, New Brampton
King William, Vicar lane
Kirk Richard, Shambles
Lawrence William, Frith's yard
Limb James, New square
Limb William, St. Mary's gate
Lowe Joseph, Beetwell st
Marsh George, Sutton
Middleton John, Salter gate
Parkin John, Cavendish st
Pattinson John, Sutton
Spooner George, Brampton
Tetley Joseph, Glueman gate
Walmsley Robert, Beetwell st
Widdowson William, South st
Wilcockson Thomas (and clothes dealer) High street
Wilbourn William, Church lane
Wormsley Robert, South st
Wright John, Market place

Alsop Richard, Beetwell st
Batteson William, Salter gate
Bingham Jno. & Son, St. Mary's gate
Hounsfield Thomas, Holywell cross

Allen John, Lord's Mill st
Dixon Samuel, Lord's Mill st
Rooth John, Lord's Mill st

Anchor, James Shaw, St. Mary's gate
Barley Mow, Geo. Hearnshaw, Salter gte
Barrel, William Newbold, New Brampton
Bay Horse, Samuel Spooner, Holywell st
Bird-in-Hand, Jos. Blanksby, West bars
Blue Bell, Wm. Hardwick, Holywell cross
Blue Posts, William Cockayne, Walton
Bold Rodney, Henry Wilkinson, New Brampton
Bugle Horn, William Greaves, Brimington
Bull's Head, James Cropper, Shambles
Castle, Joseph Langton, Market place
Cross Daggers, Joseph Cooper, New sq
Cross Keys, James Taylor, Holywell cross
Crown, Thomas Hill, Lord's Mill st
Crown and Anchor, John Wilkinson, Stone gravel
Crown and Cushion, Robert Cariss, New square
Devonshire Arms, Aaron Thorpe, Holywell street
Eagle, Edward Mitchell, Beetwell st
Earl Grey, Saml. Holehouse, Glueman gate
Feathers, Wm. Burkitts, Lord's Mill st
George and Dragon, Ann Bower, Old Brampton
Grape Tavern, Wm. Standall, Glueman gate
Green Man, Mary Dawson, Church lane
Griffin, John Fletcher, New Brampton
Hare and Greyhound, William Renshaw, St. Mary's gate
Hat and Feathers, James Jervis, Walton
Jug & Glass, Chas. Grimes, Stone gravel
King and Miller, Wm. Pinder, Market pl
King's Head, Jno. Glover, Knifesmith gate
Mallet & Tool, Wm. Barker, Knifesmith gte
Nag's Head, William Turner, Derby road
Old Hare and Hounds, Samuel Wheatley, stone gravel
Old Horns, John Terry, Lord's Mill st
Old Star, George Hibbert, Market place
Peacock, Thomas Roberts, New square
Queen's Head, Rebecca Croft, Glueman gte
Red Lion, Samuel Amcoats, Brimington
Red Lion, Wm. Lester, New Brampton
Red Lion, Geo. Stevenson, Packer's row
Rein Deer, John Gregory, Holywell st
Rose & Crown, John Sales, Duckmanton
Royal Oak, Godfrey Brown, Brook side
Royal Oak, Joseph Redfern, Shambles
Shakespeare, William Coles, Salter gate
Sheep Bridge Inn, John Baggalley, Sheep bridge
Ship, James Sims, St. Mary's gate
Square and Compass, John Lomas, West bars
Star & Garter, Thos. Renshaw, Market pl
Sun, John Marsden, West bars
Swan, Francis Johnson, St. Mary's gate
Tanners' and Skinners' Arms, Betty Wright, Lord's Mill st
Three Horse Shoes, Thomas Hawkins, Shambles
Three Horse Shoes, Joseph Milner, Brimington
Three Horse Shoes, Geo. Wilson, High st
Three Tuns, John Alsop, Market place
Turf Tavern, John Smith, Holywell gate
Union, John Flint, Salter gate
Wheat Sheaf, Wm. Bradley, Packer's row
Wheat Sheaf, John Statham, Market place
White Hart, Benoni Holmes, Walton
White Hart, Joseph Smith, Calow
White Horse, John Cadman, West bars
White Swan, Matthew Oates, Duckmanton

Retailers of Beer.
Askey William, Lord's Mill st
Bacon Samuel, Calow
Berrisford Godfrey, St. Mary's gate
Bower Isaac, Salter gate
Brocklehurst Hugh, Brampton moor
Brown Joseph, Brampton moor
Cammomile James, Brampton moor
Clark Samuel, Soresby st
Doe John, Brampton moor
Evans Richard, Calow
Fletcher James, New Brampton
Heathcote Thomas, Church lane
Hollis John, New Brampton
Holmes William, Brimington
Jackson John, Salter gate
Johnson John, Salter gate
Johnson Samuel, Calow
Jones Richard, Bramton moor
Marriott George, Walton
Rhodes Thomas, Brampton moor
Smith John, New Brampton
Stevenson Daniel, Beetwell st
Turner Paul, New Brampton
Wilcockson William, Glueman gate
Wragg George, Wheldon lane

Cockayne Joseph, Tupton
Rooth John, Salter gate

Mason and Cariss, Wheldon lane
Mason Sarah, New square

Dutton George, Hollis lane
Hides Robert, Market place
Robinson William, New Brampton

Connington Wm, New Brampton
Lester William, New Brampton
Sims William, Beetwell st

Clark John and Henry (wholesale), Knifesmith gate
Hoole and Roberts, Market place

Robinson John, South st
Tennison Reuben, Market place
Thompson John, Packer's row

Arthur John, Old Brampton
Askew William, Tupton
Calow Joseph, Brimington
Cockayne Joseph, Tupton
Cullington Henry, New Brampton
Elliott John, Brampton moor
Evans Richard, Calow
Fox James, Brimington
Knowles Adam, Old Brampton
Lowe John, Duckmanton
Makin Thomas, Duckmanton
Mauknell Samuel, Holywell st
Pickard Thomas, Newbold lane end
Taylor Samuel, Brimington
Thompson Robert, Salter gate

James Richard, King & Miller yard
Jennings John, Glueman gate
Marriott William, Beetwell st
Wharton Charles, Beetwell St

Claughton, Bunting & Co, High st
Dulton Thomas, Spa lane
Frith Francis, Soresby st
Langton Joseph, Market place
Mugliston George, St. Mary's gate
Sheldon Francis, Packer's row

Auld John, engraver, Glueman gate
Barnes Mary, repository for children's clothes, Salter gate
Batteson William, paper dealer, Salter gate
Hewitt, Longson and Co, linen & cotton candle wick manufacturers,
Holland Geo, cotton doublr, White Horse yd
HOUSE OF CORRECTION, Bowling-green side:- John Bower, governor
Kirk Robt, leather breeches maker, Shambles
M'Conwell Michael, smallware dealer, Packer's row
Martin Francis, veterinary surgeon, Holywell street
Nicholson Wm, hot & cold baths, Derby la
North Joseph, millwright, Brimington
Parnham John, stay maker, Lord's Mill st
Scott Wm. & Jno, coach makers, Salter gate
Sharp William, chair maker, South st
Short and Clark, stocking frame makers, Lord's Mill street
STAMP OFFICE, Glueman gate:- Maria Whitfield, distributer
THEATRE, Theatre yard, Low Pavement
Tucker Wm, sill throwster, Silk Mill yard
WATER WORKS and GAS LIGHT COMPANY, West bars:- Peter Redfearn,
WORKHOUSE, Bowling-green side:- Arabella Baton, matron
Wright & Lingard, iron merchants, Vicar lane

All call at or go from the ANGEL, New sq.
To LONDON, the Royal Mail (from Leeds; every morning at half-past
two; goes through Melton Mowbray, Kettering, &c:- the Express,
every afternoon at a quarter before four:- the Courie, every night
at eight:- and the Royal Hope (from Halifax) every afternoon at
one; all go thro' Nottingham, Leicester, Northampton, Woburn &c.
To BIRMINGHAM, the Royal Mail and Quicksilver, (from Sheffield)
every morning at nine; both go through Alfreton, Derby, Lichfield,
&c:- and the Telegraph (from Leeds) every day at twelve (Sunday
excepted); goes, thro' Belper, Derby, Burton-upon-Trent, Lichfield,
To HALIFAX, the Royal Hope (from London) every day at twelve, goes
through Sheffield, Huddersfield, &c.
To LEEDS, the Royal Mail and the Courier (from London) every day at
twelve:- and the Express, every forenoon at eleven; all go through
Sheffield, Barnsley, Wakefield, &c:- and the Telegraph (from
Birmingham) every afternoon at two goes the same route.
To MANCHESTER, the Champion (from Nottingham) every morning
(Sundays excepted) at ten; goes through Baslow, Stoney Middleton,
Chapel-en-le-Frith, and Stockport.
To NOTTINGHAM and NEWARK, the Champion (from Manchester) every
afternoon at 3; goes thro' Mansfield, &c.
To SHEFFIELD, the Royal Mail (from Birmingham) every day at
twelve:- the Quicksilver, every afternoon at four:- and the
Traveller, every morning (Sunday excepted) at eight.

To LONDON, Pickford and Co.'s Van, from their warehouse, Holywell
st, daily.
To LONDON and all parts of the Kingdom, James Hibberson and Co.
Deacon, Harrison and Co. and Pickford and Co. from their warehouses
in Holywell st, and G. Wheatcroft and Co. from St. Mary's gate
To ALFRETON, William Durham, every Tuesday & Saturday:- & James
Kemp, every Wednesday and Saturday, both from the Three Tuns,
Market place.
Gregory, from the Angel, Packer's row, every Tuesday Thursday and
To BAKEWELL, BASLOW & EDENSOR. John Notton, from the Star and
Garter, Market place, and J. Redfearn, from the Three Horse Shoes,
High st, every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.
To BARLBOROUGH, William Salvin, from the Angel, Packer's row, every
Monday, Thursday and Saturday.
To BOLSOVER, John Whittaker, from the Three Tuns, Market pl, every
To DARLEY, G. Toplis, from the Star and Garter, Market place, every
Wednesday and Saturday.
To DRONFIELD and SHEFFIELD, J. Cox, from the Angel, Packer's row,
every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
To ECKINGTON and EYAM, Samuel Hibbs, from the Three Horse Shoes,
High street, every Saturday.
To MANSFIELD and NOTTINGHAM, J. Townsend, from Lord's Mill street,
every Friday morning:- and F. Mosley, from the Three Tuns, Market
place, every Wednesday and Saturday.
To MATLOCK, - Rouse, from the Crown and Cushion, Low Pavement,
every Wednesday and Saturday.
To MATLOCK BATH, G. Boden, from the Three Tuns, Market place, every
Tuesday and Friday.
To SHEFFIELD and DRONFIELD, Richard Tavender, from Holywell street,
William Ford, from Soresby street, and J. Cox, from the Angel,
Packer's row, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

To all parts of the Kingdom, the Canal Company, from the Canal
warehouse, daily:- Ellis Elliott, agent.

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

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