Morris & Co's Commercial Directory & Gazetteer of Ashton-Under-Lyne & District 1878.
Entries for the area of the Ancient Parish of Glossop.

GLOSSOP is a parish in Derbyshire, in the union to which it gives its name, including the above townships, as also the townships of Beard, Thornsett, Ollerton, and Whittle, and Hayfield and Ludworth in Hayfield union; Chinley, Bugsworth, and Brownside in Chapel-en-le-Frith union; but the latter are not given with this work as they are beyond its limits. Ludworth and Mellor are also townships, which will be found given separately. The population of the whole parish in 1861 was 31,140, and in 1871, 30,713 inhabitants and 49,960 acres. The rateable value of the whole parish is £62,008.
GLOSSOP, or GLOSSOP DALE, is a township of the above parish, containing, by the census of 1861, 6,130, and in 1871, 5,943 inhabitants, in the hundred of High Peak, deanery of Castleton, archdeaconry and diocese of Lichfield, North Derbyshire, for which it is a polling place; on the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway, which crosses Dinting over a viaduct of 16 stone arches. It is distant from the various places as shewn below:-
(In Miles) Ashton-under-Lyne 9½; Barnsley 24½; Birmingham 87; Burton-on-Trent 62; Chesterfield 44; Derby 55; Doncaster 39; Leek 43; Leicester 88; Lincoln 73¾; Liverpool 44; London 192½; Macclesfield 29¾; Manchester 13; Nottingham 67; Sheffield 28¼; Stafford 66¼; Stalybridge 10½; Stockport 9; Uttoxeter 61¾; Wolverhampton 80¾.
It is a Municipal Borough, divided into three wards - All Saints, Hadfield, and St. James’, and the governing body consists of a bench of 10 magistrates, mayor, 6 aldermen, and 18 common councilmen.
The manufacture of cotton, calico printing, and paper making are the chief sources of employment here.
All Saints Church, which is situate in Old Glossop, was rebuilt in 1832, and a handsome stone tower and spire added by the late Henry Charles, Duke of Norfolk, in 1855. The vicarage, in the incumbency of the Rev. John Dickinson Knowles, M.A., is valued at £280 per annum, and is in the patronage of Lord Foley.
One of the past vicars of Glossop furnishes an instance of longevity rarely to met with; therefore, doubtless, some notice of it will be generally welcomed. We allude to the Rev. Christopher Howe, vicar, who held the living from 1793 to 1849, thus having presided over the important parish of Glossop for upwards of half a century. Added to this, he was also, conjointly, the incumbent of Woodhead, which chapelry was presented to him in 1809, by the then Bishop of Chester; this is the only instance of any vicar of Glossop as a pluralist. We gather from authentic sources that this vicar was born at Threlkeld, Cumberland, and that when he obtained preferment to Glossop, he was acting as curate of his native village, near the picturesque Derwentwater, to which charge he had been ordained at Rose Castle, and appointed by the Bishop of Carlisle. He frequently also officiated in other churches of the lake district - viz., at Keswick, Wythburn, Newlands, and occasionally in the ancient parish church of Crosthwaite, situated at the foot of the lofty Skiddaw. At the period when he first came to Glossop, it possessed scarcely any roads worth taking into consideration, though in course of time he saw great improvement in this department; neither was there any Sunday School, but he promptly originated one, which at his decease numbered about 400 children. The church was also twice enlarged during his ministry, and the handsome new chancel, as it now exists, erected. Formerly the population of the parish amounted only to some few hundreds; but subsequently, through the industry of the inhabitants, and the enterprising spirit of the times, it became augmented to a very many thousands. Such fact suggested to the mind of Mr. Howe the necessity then existing for more churches, and the first step in this direction was accomplished, mainly on his representation, by the erection of St. George’s, New Mills, to which he also made two presentations, in virtue of his office, as vicar of the parish for the time being. Altogether the late Rev. Christopher Howe had been in holy orders for 61 years, the earliest of which were passed in the diocese of Carlisle; and at Glossop he laboured for 46 years without a curate; therefore it is difficult to suppose that his active life, if equalled, could be much surpassed by any of his contemporaries in the ministry. It may not be unworthy of placing on record that in very many separate instances he had been known to baptize, marry, and eventually bury the same individuals. He died September 1st, in the 85th year of his age, and was interred in a family vault in the grave-yard attached to the parish church. Some of his descendants now live at Ryefield, as shewn in our reference list.
The Roman Catholic Chapel, dedicated to All Saints, situate near the Hall, is a handsome edifice, in the Tuscan style, which was erected by the late Duke of Norfolk in 1831 ; it contains several handsome paintings, including the Crucifixion, the Twelve Apostles, and over the altar the Last Communion of St. Hyronome, from the Earl of Shrewsbury’s collection at Alton Towers: there are also four statues from Munich. There is a cross, dated 31st August, 1861, in the chapel grounds, as a memorial of several missions at Glossop. The Rev. Canon Tasker, the present incumbent, caused the chapel to be repaired and decorated in 1876. The chancel and high altar are very handsomely finished. Upon the altar, which looks very chaste, being of pure white and gold, stand six massive candlesticks, whilst the tabernacle, with its burnished door, and the canopy, upon which is painted the Pelican feeding its young with its own blood, and so emblematical of the doctrine of the Holy Eucharist, gives to the whole a very noble and impressive appearance. The walls are painted ultra marine blue, relieved with large Fleurs-de-lis, in gold. The five panels in the chancel roof contain oil paintings of the Holy Family, St. Charles, St. Edward, and two adoring angels. The whole of the work was executed by two brothers, artists from Belgium.
The House of the Sisters of Charity of St. Paul is an ivy-mantled building, opposite the Roman Catholic Chapel, near to which is a mixed school, conducted by the sisterhood, and there is also a school for infants in St. Mary’s Road, to which is attached a small convent for the teachers.
The Associated Methodists, Primitive Methodists, Unitarians, and Wesleyans each have places of worship here.
The Grammar School, near the Parish Church, is a handsome edifice, with residence for the master, and was erected and endowed by the late Henry Charles, Duke of Norfolk
The Town Hall, with the Market House attached, is a noble building, which was considerably enlarged in 1854, and in which the borough magistrates meet every Monday, the county magistrates once every three weeks, and the County Court is held there monthly.
The Cottage Hospital, for which the town is indebted to Lady Howard, is a building provided and fitted up at the expense of Lord Howard, and is under the care of trained nurses, and was placed by his lordship at the disposal of the town for five years, under the management of a committee of ladies and gentlemen. It is supported by subscriptions and a small weekly charge to the patients.
The Market Day is on Saturday, and Cattle Fairs are held on the 6th May, and the first Wednesday on or after the 10th October, annually.
The Hall, the seat of the Right Honourable Lord Howard of Glossop, who is lord of the manor and chief owner of the soil, is splendidly situated on rising ground, surrounded by trees, affording, from the lawn, a beautiful landscape ; it is in the style of a French château of the 18th century, and was considerably enlarged and improved by the father of the present proprietor.
CHARLESWORTH is a township of Glossop parish, in Hayfield union, which, with Chisworth and Simmondley, was formed into a separate ecclesiastical district or parish in 1845, and contained, by the census of 1861, in the township 1,565. and in the ecclesiastical district 2,564, and in 1871, in the township 1,185 and in the ecclesiastical district 2,061 inhabitants, and 3,322 acres of land, in the same jurisdictions as Glossop; 1 mile from Dinting station, on the the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway, 3 S.W. from Glossop, 13 from Manchester, and 200 from London. The vicarage, in the incumbency of the Rev. George Collins, M.A., is valued at £150 per annum, with residence, and is in the alternate patronage of the Crown and the Bishop of Lichfield. The church is a handsome cruciform edifice, in the Early English style, consisting of nave, chancel, transept, porch, and tower, and was erected, at a cost of £2.700, by subscription, in 1849. The Baptists, Independents, Primitive Methodists, and Wesleyans each have places of worship here. There is a National School, for children of both sexes, which was also erected by voluntary subscriptions. Lord Howard of Glossop is lord of the manor and chief owner of the soil. The rateable value of the township is £7,663.
CHISWORTH is a township of this parish containing, by the census of 1861, 434, and in 1871, 430 inhabitants, 4 miles S.W. from Glossop. This township, like the neighbouring places, chiefly depends upon the cotton trade. The rateable value is £1,803.
CHUNAL is a township of this parish, 2 miles S. from Glossop, forming part of that borough, also part of the Ecclesiastical parish of Whitfield, containing, by the census of 1861, 116, and in 1871, 109 inhabitants and 885 acres. The rateable value of the township is £687.
DINTING is also a township of this parish, forming part of the Ecclesiastical district of Whitfield and partly in the borough of Glossop, 11¾ miles from Manchester,on the
district on the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway, which has a station here. Calico printing forms the main source of employment. The church dedicated to the Holy Trinity, which was opened in July, 1875, was erected by the charity of the Wood family of Glossop, and is a neat edifice situate in Dinting Vale, consisting of nave, chancel with octagonal apse, north and south aisles, organ chamber forming a transept on the south side, and a vestry on the north side of the chancel. The tower, 18 feet square, rises from the west end of the south aisle, and has angle buttresses tapering upwards which terminate in pinnacles, and is surmounted by an octagonal spire, the height being 137 feet from the ground to the top of the vane. It also contains a peal of six bells. The dimensions of the church inside are as follows :- nave and choir, 74 feet by 26½ feet, 49½ feet in height; north and south aisles, 74 feet and 60 feet long respectively, 8½ feet wide and 20 feet high; the chancel, with octagonal apse, 28 feet by 18 feet; and organ chamber 16 feet by 13 feet. It is built of stone, and is in the latter style of the 13th century. In the west gable is a circular window, 13 feet diameter, of plate tracery. The entrance to the church is by a porch under the tower, and there is also another door on the north side of the nave, which can be used in case of emergency. The nave is divided from the aisles by circular stone piers, with moulded caps and bases. The walls are lined with cream-coloured bricks relieved by bands of brown; the arches and window jambs are also of brick. The choir opens to the nave by an archway 16 feet wide and 24 feet high, with stone moulded jambs, carved caps, and richly moulded arch. The pulpit is of oak, and the reading desk and seats of pitch pine varnished. The chancel roof has groined moulding ribs filled with boarding varnished, supported on stone corbels, with carved bosses at the apex. The windows are of cathedral tinted glass, and the central window in the octagonal apse to the memory of Mr. John H. Wood, who died 16th December, 1869, and placed therein by his widow, is filled with Munich coloured glass. The font, which was also presented by Mrs. Wood, is in an arched recess at the west end of the south aisle, and is of Bath stone on a red Cork marble shaft. The building will seat about 500. It is heated by Whittaker's hot water apparatus. The contract was taken for £6500 by Mr. Southern, of Manchester. The rateable value of the township is £5416.
HADFIELD is also a township of this parish, 2 miles from thence, in Glossop union, containing, by the census of 1861, 2722, and in 1871, 2693 inhabitants and 357 acres; on the borders of Cheshire, and on the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway, forming, with the adjoining township of Padfield, the Ecclesiastical district of St. Andrew, or chapelry of Hadfield. The manufacture of cotton forms the chief source of employment here. The vicarage, in the incumbency of the Rev. Joseph Hadfield, is valued at £230 per annum, and is in the patronage of trustees. The church is a neat Gothic edifice, dedicated to St. Andrew, which was consecrated by the Bishop of Lichfield. It consists of nave, chancel, south transept, organ chamber, vestry, baptistry, and western aisle to the nave. The chancel portion of the choir is brought forward into the body of the nave so that the choristers voices are clearly heard throughout the edifice. The chancel is raised three steps above the nave and surrounded by an arcaded screen about 8 feet high, and separated from the nave on the western side by a lofty screen rising to the roof and forming the chancel arch; it is terminated by an hexagonal apse.
The font was sent from Australia, being the gift of a former inhabitant of this place. The nave is paved with Broseley tiles in ornamental patterns, and the chancel and baptistry with Maw’s encaustic tiles. The eastern windows are filled with stained glass, the subjects being St. Andrew and St. Peter, and the remainder of the windows contain rolled cathedral glass. The church will accommodate about 600 persons. The architects were Messrs. Medland and Henry Taylor, of Manchester, and the contractor Mr. Wharam, builder, of Hyde.
The Roman Catholics have a chapel dedicated to St Charles Borromeo which contains many valuable paintings and the Primitive Methodists an Wesleyans have places of worship here.
Wesleyan Church, Bank Street – This church is a handsome stone building, just erected by voluntary subscription at a cost of £4,500. Mr. William Ranger, of London, was the architect, and the masonry work has been carried out by Mr. Wright Gill, of Hadfield, the joinery by Mr. Joseph Shaw, of Holmfirth, Yorkshire, the slating and plastering by Mr. George Beard, of Padfield, and the decorations are by Mr. William Dawson, of Hadfield. The chapel will seat 750, and is constructed on the amphitheatre principle. The interior Woodwork is of pitch pine; the inside measurement is 75 feet by 60 feet. The School Room attached will accommodate 350 children, the inside measurement is 52 feet by 30 feet; in addition are eight class rooms, seated all round each having an area of 14 feet 6 inches by 12 feet. The heating chamber, which is fireproof, is fitted up with two steam boilers and tea boiler.
Hadfield Hall is an ancient residence of the family of that name, dated, 1646. The rateable value of the township is £6486.
PADFIELD is a township of this parish, 1½ miles from thence, partly within the borough, and forming, with Hadfield, the Ecclesiastical district or parish of St. Andrew, containing, by the census of 1861, 1619, and in 1871, 1687 inhabitants. There are cloth, thread, and cotton yarn works, which give employment to the population here. The rateable value of the parish is £9983.
SIMMONDLEY is also a township of this parish, 2 miles S.W. from hence, forming part of the borough, near the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway, containing, by the census of 1861, 565, and in 1871, 446 inhabitants. The rateable value of the township is £1812.
WHITFIELD is a township of this parish, containing, by the census of 1861, 5679, and in 1871, 5615 inhabitants and 1577 acres, and with part of Glossop, and the whole of Chunal and Dinting, was, by an order in Council in 1845, formed into a separate Ecclesiastical district or parish, the population of which in 1861, was 13,040, and in 1871, 13,272. The artisans are chiefly employed in the manufacture of cotton, paper, and stone quarrying. The vicarage is in the incumbency of the Rev. Charles Bruce Ward, M.A., and the patronage of Daniel Wood, Esq., Samuel Wood, Esq. and Mrs. Emma Wood. The church is a handsome edifice in the Early English style, dedicated to St. James, consisting of nave, chancel, north and south aisles, and tower surmounted by a lofty spire, and was erected in 1846.
The Independents and Wesleyans have each two places of worship here. There is a School which was endowed in 1779 by Joseph Hague, Esq., with £39 per annum. The Right Honourable Lord Howard of Glossop is lord of the manor and chief owner of the soil. The rateable value is £11,403.

Andrew Albert, Esq., 41 High street west (error in original directory, should be 14)
Armitage Mrs. Mary, 41 Norfolk street
Austin Mr. George, 34 George street
Ballam Mr. George, 123 Victoria street
Beeley Mr. Joshua, Moorfield
Beeley Mr. Robert, Moorfield
Bennett Mrs. Mary, 13 Simmondley lane
Benton Mrs. John, 94 St. Mary’s road
Bowler Mrs. Grace, Ivy cottage, Norfolk st
Bossley Miss Ann, 5 Charleston road, Whitfield
Bowden Mrs. Elizabeth, Wesley street
Buckley Frederick, Esq. J.P., Hurst
Cairns Rev. Edward, 1 Shrewsbury street
Chapman Mr. Francis, 43 Norfolk street
Cooke Mr. Samuel, 51 Norfolk street
Daniel Mr. Charles, Pye grove
Davis Charles, Esq., 6 Norfolk square
Ellison Thomas Michael, Esq., Ryecroft house, Hall street
Greaves Mr. Charles, 39 Norfolk street
Hadfield Charles John, Esq., Norfolk street
Hadfield Mr. Henry, Cowbrook, Sheffield rd
Hadfield Mrs. John, Cowbrook
Hadfield Mrs. Sarah, Hadfield place, Whitfield
Hampson Thomas, Esq., Highfield house, Talbot road
Handforth John, Esq., Oak cottage, Princess street, Whitfield
Hardman Henry Charles. Esq., Hurst
Harrison Mrs. Martha, Pike's lane, Whitfield
Hawke Francis, Esq., Spire Hollin
Hibbert John, Esq., Norfolk square
Hollingbery William Henry, Esq., Bank house, Norfolk square
Howard (of Glossop) The Right Hon. Lord, D.L., J.P , Glossop hall
Howard Mr. John. 8 Sheffield road
Howard William Wardlow, Esq., Norfolk st
Howarth Thomas, Esq., 28 Hollin Cross Ln
Howe Miss E. M., Ryefield
Howe The Misses, Hall street
Howe Rowland, Esq., Ryefield
Hunt William. Esq., M.D., Cowbrook cottage, Sheffield road
Jackson Thomas, Esq., 2 Chapel street
Kershaw Miss, Slatelands cottage
Knowles Rev. James Dickenson, M.A., vicar, The Vicarage
Lawton Mr. James, 79 High street East
Mackenzie Duncan John, Esq., M.B., C.M. and M.D., 64 High street West
McMellon Mr. William, 55 Edward street
Mather Mrs. Sally, Dinting vale
Moran Mrs. Mary Ann, 19 Norfolk street
Nuttall Mr. Lawrence, 40 Sheffield road
Nuttall Mrs. Sarah, 32 Sheffield road
Partington Edwd., Esq.. Hollin Cross house
Pennington Mr. Levi, 57 Norfolk street
Porritt Miss Sarah, Pike's cottage, Pike’s Ln
Pott Mrs. Betsy, 18 Fitzallan street
Pyle Mrs. Elizabeth, Lord street
Rhodes John D., Esq., 103 Victoria street
Rhodes James, Esq., Moorbank house, Victoria street
Roberts Rev. W. L. (Methodist Free Church), 41 Sheffield road
Robinson Miss Ruth, Cowbrook, Sheffield road
Robinson Mr. John, Gnathole, Chunal
Robinson Mr. Samuel, Holly bank
Robinson Mr. Thomas, Chapel street
Robinson Mr. William, 3 Shaw street, off St. Mary's road
Robinson Mr. William, Whitfield green
Rowbottom Samuel, Esq., 35 Hall street
Rowcliffe J., Esq., Gameseley house, Gamesley
Rusby Rev. William H. L., Hurst
Sadler Rev. George (Independent), Little Moor manse, Whitfield
Shallcross Mr. James, 45 Edward street
Shepley James, Esq., J.P., Shepley street
Shepley Miss Jane, Shepley street
Shepley William, Esq., J.P., Brookfield
Smith Thomas, Esq., Turnlee house
Stafford Joseph, Esq., J.P., Norfolk street
Steads Mr. James, 7 Talbot street
Sumner Francis, Esq., D.L., J.P., East View house, High street
East Sykes Mr. Joshua, Hope hill
Sykes William H. Esq., Hawkeshead
Tasker Rev. Charles (Roman Catholic), Royal house
Tweed Mr. John, 19 Station road
Wagstaff Mrs. Mary, Sheffield road
Ward Rev. Charles Bruce, M.A., Oxon., vicar of St. James’ (Whitfield), St. James' vicarage
Waterhouse Mrs. Mary, 65 Norfolk street
Waterhouse Mrs. Mary N., 116 Victoria street
Whitfield White Mrs. Ann, Pike’s lane, Whitfield
Williams Mr. Edwin, 87 Glossop road
Winterbottom Mr. John N., Moorside
Wood Mr. Daniel, Moorfield
Wood Mrs. Emma, Whitfield house
Wood Saml., Esq., Talbot house, Talbot road
Wright Mr. John, 271 High street West

[h. signifies private residence.]
Andrew Albert, surgeon, 14 High st West
Andrew Noah, bookkeeper, Pike’s lane, Whitfield
Andrew Walter, bookkeeper, Pike’s lane, Whitfield
Ardern William, farmer, Pike’s farm, Pike's lane
Armitage Charles Henry, grocer and provision dealer, 93 High street West
Armitage John, draper, 84 High st West
Armitage John, Jun., earthenware dealer and greengrocer, 82 High street West
Armitage John Thomas, coal merchant, Railway wharf; h. Norfolk street
Arrowsmith James, clogger, 132 High street West
ASHCROFT MRS. MARY, dress and mantle maker, 14 High street East
Ashton Abraham, coal dealer, Church st
Ashton George, grocer, King st. Whitfield
Ashton Mrs. Hannah, shopkeeper, 30 Edward street
Ashton Matthew, umbrella maker, 44 High street West
Ashton Richard, greengrocer, 129 High street East
Atkin Will., overlooker, 50 St. Mary’s rd
ATKIN WILLIAM E., coal merchant, 48, St. Mary’s road
Atkinson Mrs. Mary, beer retailer and joiner, Old cross
Atkinson William, grocer and butcher, 113 High street West
Bagshaw Samuel, cabinet maker, 29 Norfolk street
Bamford William, stonemason and shopkeeper. 11 Freetown
Bamforth and Barber, milliners and dressmakers, 80 High street West
Band Charles Downs, builder and contractor, 10 Sheffield road
Band Henry, grocer, 76, High street East
Band Miss Martha Ann, dress and mantle maker. 127 High street East
Banks George Samuel, tobacconist, 122 High street East
Barber Albert, hairdresser and umbrella maker, 8 Norfolk street
Barber Albert, watch and clock maker, Town Hall buildings
Barber Miss Alice, confectioner and tobacconist, 92 High street West
Barber James, grocer and draper, Hope st
Barber Samuel, watch and clockmaker, High street West
Barker Luke, shopkeeper, 70 Victoria st, Whitfield
Barker William, shopkeeper, Main road
Barker James P., Wesleyan schoolmaster, 98 St. Mary’s road
Barnes James & Son, general drapers, &c. 125 High street and 1 St. Mary’s road
Barnes William, grocer and corn dealer, High street West
Barratt Mrs. Jane, milliner, 73 High street East
Barratt John, mill manager, 73 High street East
Barton Joseph, clogger, 76 Kershaw street, Whitfield
Bates Mrs. Harriet, tripe dresser, Hadfield place, Whitfield
Batty Joshua, librarian, Liberal Club; h.13 St. Mary's road
Beard James, farmer, Whitfield moor
Beard John, draper and milliner, 3 High street West
Beard Samuel, boot and shoemaker, 21 St. Mary’s road
Beard Samuel, dispenser, 35 Norfolk street
Beckett Benjamin, artist, 196 High street West
Beeley James, farmer, Moorfield
Beeley James, “Howard Arms,” High street East
Bennett Miss Clary, vestmaker, 5 Fitzallan street
Bennett Joseph, farmer and joiner, Hague street
Bennett Robert, grocer, Freetown
Bennett William, butcher, Sheffield road
Bentley Mrs. Lydia, coal dealer, 2 Jordan street
BENTON MISS MARY, milliner and dressmaker, 94 St. Mary’s road
BENTON WILLIAM, grocer and corn dealer, agent for Grimshaw and Barstow, Condiment manufacturers, and for the Gt. Rock Lime Co., Prince’s street, St. Mary’s road. (See advertisement)
BERESFORD CHARLES, professor of music and dealer in all kinds of musical instruments, 1 Shepley street, Old Glossop
Beresford Charles, “ Queen’s Arms,” Old Glossop
Berry Joshua, coal merchant, Railway wharf; h. 44 High street East
Blackwell Samuel, brass and ironfounder, George street; h. Arundel street
Blakley James, shopkeeper, 11 Primrose Ln
Boardman Wm. Hyde, beer retailer, Bernard street, and shoeing and jobbing smith, Smithy fold, High street East
Booth Hinchcliffe, newsagent, Bank bottom, Hadfield
Booth John, beer retailer, “ Prince of Wales” inn, and wholesale agent for George Robert Clayton, brewer, Salford, 14 Milltown
Booth John, druggist, tea dealer, and seedsman, 9 High street East
BOTTOMLEY WILLIAM H., grocer, tea and coffee merchant, 16 High street East
Boulton Miss Sarah, “Magnet” inn, Gamesley
Bowden George, pork butcher and confectioner, 10 Norfolk square
Bowden John, beer retailer, 19 Chapel st
BOWDEN JOHN, tripe dresser, brush and general dealer, Collier street, Whitfield
Bowden John Wood, relieving officer, Norfolk street
Bowden Joseph, grocer, 36 Church street
Bowden Samuel, shopkeeper, 199 High Street East
Bowden Samuel, farmer, Heath
Bowden Thomas Swindells, registrar of births, deaths, and marriages, and clerk to the Glossop Board of Guardians, Wesley street
Bowden William, timber merchant and builder, Bernard street; h. 102 Alma terrace, St. Mary’s road
Bowden Wm. Henry, joiner and builder, Charles street; h. Spire Hollin
BOWERS THOMAS, saddler, harness maker, machine strapping and leather hose manufacturer, 75 High street; and at 266 Stamford street, Ashton-under- Lyne, and 18 Hyde road, Denton (See advertisement)
Bradbury Charles, butcher, 139 and 141 Victoria street Bradbury Edwin, bookkeeper, 85 Charlestown road. Whitfield
BRADBURY GEORGE, grocer and corn dealer, 339 High street West
Bradbury John, shopkeeper, 18 Whitfield cross
Bradbury Mark, beer retailer, 1 Market st
Bradbury Mrs. Martha, grocer and corn dealer. 1 Charlestown road. Whitfield
BRADBURY WILLIAM, painter, plumber, glazier, and paperhanger, 11 Norfolk square
Braddock Robert, grocer, 68 High st West
Bradshaw James, grocer and corn dealer, 109 Main road
Brain Mrs. Eliza, draper, 28 High st West
Bramall Edward, engineer, 21 Norfolk st
Bramhall Mrs. Grace, hardware dealer, 86 High street West
Bramhall Thomas, milliner, 12 High street West
Bramhall William, beer retailer, 64 Chapel street
Bramwell Luke, confectioner, 98 High street West
Bramwell Thomas, confectioner, 63 High street East
Bridge Hannah, Sarah, and Lois, grocers, 211 High street East
Bridge Thomas, beer retailer, Arundel st
Brooks William, greengrocer, 3 Railway st
Browne George, patent medicine vendor, 47 High street West
Buckley Frederick, cotton spinner, Hurst Mills
Buckley James, farmer, Bridge field
Buckley Joseph, pawnbroker, jeweller, and clothier, 13 High street West
Bunting Joseph, hairdresser, 13 Victoria st
Bunting Joseph H. photographer, 120 Victoria street, Whitfield
Buxton Bennett, farmer, Jumble
Buxton William, farmer, Whitfield barn
Campbell David, mill manager, Hope Hill cottage
Campbell James, coal agent, 70½ Freetown
Chadwick Joel, butcher and earthenware dealer, 234 High street West
Chadwick John, joiner and draper, 329 High street West
Charlesworth John, “Grapes” inn, High street West
Charlton Ernest, inspector of police, 45 Sheffield road
Cluskey Edward, confectioner, 285 High street West
Cockcroft Greenwood, boot and shoemaker and clogger, 21 Victoria street, Whitfield
Coe Joseph, dentist, 38 Norfolk street
Collier Charles, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, and corn dealer, 5 High street West
Collier James, fishmonger, 34 High street West
Collier Joseph, “Rose and Crown,” High street West
Connor Patrick, beer retailer (outdoor), 24 Arundel street
Cook Miss Martha, farmer, Heath
Cooke John, hatter. High street West
Cooling James, confectioner, 46 High street West
Cooper Cephas, boot and shoemaker, 17 Edward street
COOPER GEORGE, agent for the Great Britain Life and Fire Insurance Company (chief office: 101 Cheapside, London), 25 Sheffield road
Cooper John, beer retailer, 277 High street West
Cooper James, farmer, Hope street
COOPER MOSES AND SON, tailors and woollen drapers, 24 High street East
Cox George Edward, schoolmaster, 30 Hollin Cross lane
Cresswell Joseph, grocer, 1 Wellgate
Crompton Charles, cabinet maker and undertaker, 26 High street West
Crompton and Elliott, hearse and mourning coach proprietors, Surrey street, Norfolk stables, and 26 High st West
Dalgliesh Jas., gas engineer, 84 St. Mary’s road
Dane Samuel, nuisance inspector, 8 St. Mary’s road
Darwent John, iron and tinplate worker, and plumber, 5 Victoria street
Darwent Luke, farmer, Betting hill
Davis Charles, solicitor, 6 Norfolk square
Dearnaley John, shopkeeper, 9 Chapel st
Dearnaley Joseph, clerk, Spire Hollin
Dearnaley Thomas, ironmonger, 121 High street West
Denton Eli, grocer, 110 St. Mary’s road
Denton John, shoemaker, 104 Victoria st, Whitfield
Dewsnap Jas., greengrocer and billposter, 26 High street East
Dewsnap John, butcher, 93 Main road
Dixon George Henry, grocer and draper, 34 Edward street
Dixon John, butcher, High street West
Dixon John, coal merchant, Railway wharf; h. High street East
Dixon William, butcher, 100 High st West
Doodson George, draper, High st West
Downing David William, bookkeeper, 32 George street
Downs Joseph, clogger, 1 Victoria street
Downs Joseph, draper, High street West
Drinkwater John, umbrella maker, High street West
Dutton Tom, painter and decorator, “Junction” inn, High street West
Dyas Edward, cabinet maker and upholsterer, 1 Gladstone street
Earnshaw Jonathan, beer retailer, 1 Whitfield cross
Elliott John, grocer, 273 High street West
Elliott William (firm of Crompton and Elliott); h. Surrey street
Ellis Michael, stonemason, Surrey street
Ellison Thos. Michael, solicitor and clerk to the magistrates, 4 Ellison street
Ernill Cephas, broker, 197 High st West
Evason Henry E., cashier at the Estate Office, 59 Norfolk street
Evason Miss M., ladies’ school, 59 Norfolk street
Eversden Wm., grocer, tea and provision dealer, 2 Railway street; 58 Waterside, Hadfield; and 125 Brookfield
FAIRCLOUGH WALTER P., teacher of music, organist of Whitfield parish church and choir master, 116 Victoria st, Whitfield
Farley George, “Crown” inn, Victoria st
Farrell Robert, lodginghouse-keeper, Mill street
Field Henry, umbrella maker, 24 Charlestown road
Field William, clogger and boot and shoemaker, Charlestown road, Whitfield
Fielding Charles, stonemason, 35 Whitfield cross
Fielding Christopher, mill manager, 71 Norfolk street
FIELDING ENOCH, watch and clock maker and jeweller, 24 High street West
Fielding George, general dealer, Old cross
Fielding Samuel, coal merchant, Railway wharf; h. Gladstone street
Fielding James, fruiterer, Norfolk street
Fielding Thomas, bookkeeper, 1 Shaw st
Fielding Walker, clerk, 75 Norfolk street
Fletcher James, foreman at gas works, 18 Shrewsbury street
Fletcher Joseph, hosier and confectioner, 61 High street East
FORD JOHN, auctioneer and valuer, “Pear Tree” inn, High street East. (See advertisement)
Ford Joseph, shopkeeper, Gladstone street
Ford William, tea dealer, 76 Freetown
Fothergill Thomas Jennings, foreman engraver, Calico Print Works, Alma terrace, 100 St. Mary’s road
Foy Anthony, fishmonger, Victoria street, Whitfield
France James, butcher, 139 High st West
France Joe, grocer, 123 High street West
Fryer Miss Mary, teacher of music, Lord street
Garlick James, grocer, 69 Charlestown road, Whitfield
Garlick Joseph, grocer and corn dealer, 66 High street East
Garside Cyrus, timber merchant, builder, and saw mill proprietor, Surrey street
Garside John, farmer, Whitfield green
Garside Joseph, farmer, Lees hall
Gerard Daniel, “Surrey Arms” Victoria street
Gibson James, overlooker, St. Mary’s road
Gill James, oil and tallow dealer, Sheffield road
GLOSSOP DALE NEW INDUSTRIAL CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY (Limited), Norfolk square - William Walton, manager
Glossop Industrial Co-Operative Store, branch establishment, 337 High street West - Joseph Wood, manager
Goddard Mrs. Ellen, fruiterer, High street West
Goddard John, beer retailer, 21 Charlestown road, Whitfield
Goddard John Edwin, greengrocer, 96 High street West
Goddard Joseph, fruit and potato merchant and fish dealer, 114 High street West
Goddard William, farmer, “Grouse” inn, Chunal
GOLDSMITH JAMES HENRY, grocer, draper, provision dealer, and beer retailer, Prince’s street, St. Mary’s road
Goldthorp Thomas, shoemaker, Victoria street
Goodwin William, news agent and bookseller, 23 High street East
Graham Mrs. Sarah, grocer and umbrella maker, 16 Hall street
Grayson Benjamin, joiner and builder, King street, Littlemoor; h. Gladstone st
Greaves Charles, auctioneer, High st East
Green Eli, grocer, 70 Freetown
Green John, greengrocer, 130 High street West
Hadfield Charles, bookkeeper, 26 Hollin Cross lane
Hadfield Charles, farmer, Hague street
Hadfield Charles, loom manager, 8 Hague street, Whitfield
Hadfield Eli. grocer and corn dealer, 105 High street East
Hadfield Eli, warehouseman, Lord street
Hadfield John, butcher and draper, 130 Victoria street, Whitfield
Hadfield John, cotton spinner, Cowbrook Mill, Sheffield road
Hadfield John, farmer, Chunal farm
Hadfield John, shoemaker, Whitfield cross
Had field Joseph, boot and shoemaker, 97 High street East
Hadfield Joseph, fruiterer, Norfolk street
HADFIELD THOMAS, hosier, shirt maker, and general outfitter, 29 High street West
Hague Joseph, mill manager, 28 High street East
Hall Hugh, boot and shoemaker, 199 High street West
Hall John, blacksmith, Howard street
HALL JOHN, tailor, woollen draper, and hatter, 21 Town Hall buildings
HALL MRS. JOHN AND SON, tailors, woollen drapers, and hatters, Leeds House, 99 High street West
Hall Joseph, boot and shoemaker, 201 High street East
Hall Robert, tailor, Church street
Hall Samuel, oatcake baker, 53 Victoria st
Hall William, “Surrey Arms,” High street West
Hall William, secretary to John Wood Brothers (Limited), 67 Norfolk street
Hallam Geo., oatcake baker, 62 Brookfield
Hallows Miss Emily, embroiderer, 13 Primrose lane
HAMNET JAMES AND SON, clock , pendulum wire manufacturers, watch , and clock makers, jewellers, and gold wedding ring makers, 14a High street East
Hampshire Thomas, confectioner, 12 Mill Town
Hampson George and Miss Sarah, beer retailers. 99 High street East
Hampson James, “Horseshoe” inn, Chunal
HAMPSON MRS. NANCY, grocer, 24 Chapel street
Hampson Robert, farmer, 3 Hague street, Whitfield
Hampson Thomas, stone merchant, Highfield house, Talbot road
Hardman John, dentist, and agent for the Liverpool, London, and Globe Insurance Co., 47 Norfolk street
Hargreaves Thomas, shopkeeper, Chapel st
HARRISON ABEL, “Station” inn, and coal merchant, Norfolk street. (See advertisement)
HARRISON CHARLES S., grocer and corn dealer, 122 High street West
Harrison James, boot and shoemaker, 91 Victoria street
Harrison Robert and Sons, slaters and plasterers, Hall street
Harrop George, beer retailer, Gladstone street, Whitfield
Harrop George, joiner and builder, 94 Victoria street, Whitfield
HARROP JAMES, surgeon dentist, 71 High street East. (See advt)
Harrop James, shopkeeper, 9 Freetown
Harrop Miss Jemima, farmer, Castle hill
Harrop John, draper, 22 High street West
Harrop John, patent medicine vendor, 70 High street East
Hatch Thomas, engineer, 53 Norfolk street
Hayes John, lodging-house. 1 Chapel st
Hawke Francis, steward to the Right Hon. Lord Howard of Glossop, Spire Hollin
Hayes Thomas, “Commercial” hotel, Hall street, Sheffield road
Heap John, bookkeeper, 1 Corn street
Helm Brian, grocer and tea dealer, 36 High street East
Hewitt William, shoemaker, Collier street
Heys Jonathan, broker, Gladstone street
Heywood William, boot and shoemaker, Collier street, Whitfield
Hibbert John and Joseph, solicitors, Norfolk square
Hibbert John (firm of John and Joseph Hibbert), solicitor, and registrar and high bailiff of the County Court, Norfolk square
Higginbotham Mrs. Ann. farmer, Chunal
HIGGINBOTHAM CHARLES, auctioneer, valuer, estate and general agent; agent to the United Kingdom and Mutual Life, and Phoenix Fire Insurance Companies, 9 Norfolk square; h. 113 Victoria street. (See advt.)
Higginbottom James, general dealer, 43 High street West
HIGGINBOTTOM JOHN SAMUEL, family draper & milliner, The Exchange, 17 High street West
Higginbottom William, draper, 38 High street East
Hill Robert Percy, printer’s overseer, 27 Freetown
Hill William, boot and shoemaker, 65 High street East
Hill William, gutta percha boot and shoe dealer, 94 High street West
Hill Mrs. Mary, farmer, Flat farm, Whitfield
Hinchcliffe John and Co., coal owners and merchants, Railway wharf
Hodgson William Henry, head constable, Ellison street
Holdgate William and Brothers, greengrocers, nurserymen. & florists, 1 Edward street, and 17 Fitzallan street
HOLDGATE JAMES, painter and paperhanger, 149 High street West
Hollingworth Henry, confectioner, 39 and 142 High street West
Hollingworth and Higginbotham, stonemasons, Chunal
Hollingworth Jeremiah, greengrocer, 12 High street East
Housley Thomas, hosier and smallware dealer, 57 High street West
Howard James, confectioner, 65 Hall street
Howard Joseph, grocer and draper, 27 Charlestown road, Whitfield
Howard John, farmer, Ashes
Howard Thomas, farmer, 43 Primrose lane
Howard Wm., furniture dealer and joiner, 87 High street West
Howard Wm. Wardlow, surgeon, Norfolk st
Howe Thomas, farmer, Heath
Hudson Ralph, stone merchant, 76 Victoria street, Whitfield
Humphreys James C., assistant manager at Dinting Print Works, 87 Dinting vale
Hunt Wm., M.D. and surgeon, Cowbrook cottage, Sheffield road
Hunter Thomas Pearson, draper, silk mercer, and mourning warehouse, The Bee Hive, 9 High street West
Hurst John, coal merchant, Freetown
Hurst Miss Sophia M., milliner and straw bonnet maker, Charles street
Hurst Wm., furniture and general dealer, 13 High street West
HYDE MISS HANNAH, day and boarding school, Primrose house. (See advertisement)
Ingerson William, bonnet and millinery establishment, 1 Norfolk square
Ingham John, draper, High street West
IRLAM WILLIAM HENRY, printer, stationer, & bookbinder, High street West
Irvine William, gardener for Lord Howard, Gardener’s cottage, Old Glossop
Isherwood James, overlooker, 3 St Mary’s road
Jackson Frederick, shoemaker, 11 Collier street. Whitfield
Jackson Isaac, saddler and harness maker, 70, High street West
Jackson John, cotton spinner, Primrose Mill, Primrose lane
Jackson Levi, farmer, and rope, twine, and cotton band manufacturer, Hobroyd
Jackson, Mrs. Olive, draper, 162 Victoria street, Whitfield
Jackson Rowland, tobacconist, 4 High street East; h. 6 Fitzallan street
Johns James, cabinet maker and upholsterer, 119 High street West
Kay Jacob, boot and shoemaker, 58 High street West
KELLY JAMES, tailor, woollen draper, and general outfitter, 19 High street West; h. 37 Norfolk street
Kelsall William, saddler & harness maker, Church street
Kenny Mrs. Margaret, dress and mantle maker, 69 Norfolk street
Kenworthy John, yeast dealer and grocer, 11 and 13 Edward street
Kenyon Mrs. Nancy, draper, hosier, and dressmaker, 108 Brookfield
Kershaw John, clogger, 30 High st West
KINDER HENRY, chemist, dentist, and seedsman, and sub-distributor of stamps, 85 High street West
Kinder John James, butcher, 6 High street West
Lamb Edward, railway inspector, 31 Norfolk street
Lambert John, grocer, 148 Victoria street, Whitfield
Lancaster Henry Slater, beer retailer and butcher, Wellgate
Lawton John, tinplate worker, Wellgate
Lawton William, brush maker, 83 Victoria street
Lee Mrs. Ellen, confectioner, High street West
Lee George, clogger. 110 High street West
Lee Hannah and Sister, confectioners and drapers, 104 High street West
Lee Mrs. Ellen, confectioner, 230 High street West
Leech Charles, bookkeeper. Sheffield road
Leech John Thomas, milliner, 60 High street West
Linney Mrs. Elizabeth, grocer, 110 High street East
LISTER WILLIAM HENRY, pianoforte and music warehouse, 3 & 5 Freetown (See advertisement)
Lister Wm. H., grocer, Freetown
LITTLEWOOD GEORGE, “Market” hotel, Market street
Lockwood Thomas, coal merchant, Railway wharf
Lomas Robert, lime and stone merchant, Howard street
Longden Alfred, farmer and stone engraver, Wimberry hill
Longden John, farmer. Lane end
Longden John, shoeing and jobbing smith, High street East; h. Mount pleasant
Lowe Charles Edward, grocer and corn dealer, 102 High street West
Lowe Moses, boot and shoemaker, 28 High street West
Lowe Moses, beer retailer, Bernard street
Lowe William, tailor, Gladstone street
Lymm Brothers, colliery proprietors, Bottoms Hall pit
Lyne Edward, general agent, 74 High street East
Lyne George, shopkeeper, 86 Brookfield
Lyne Robert, roller coverer, 4 St. Mary's road
Mackenzie Duncan Jno.. M.B., C.M., M.D. and surgeon, 64 & 66 High street West
McKalvey Richard, hairdresser and tobacconist. 32 High street West
McKnight Thomas, ironmonger & leather dealer, 1 High street East
McMELLON WILLIAM, tailor and woollen draper, 18 High street West
McWilliam John, tailor & woollen draper, 11 Norfolk street
Mainwaring John Bromley, tobacconist, High street West
Makin James, paper dealer and stationer, 11 Victoria street. Whitfield
Malkin Samuel, miller, Corn street, High street East
MANCHESTER AND LIVERPOOL DISTRICT BANKING Co., Norfolk square - William Henry Hollingbery, manager
Marsden Elijah, shopkeeper. 73 Hall street
Marsden Thomas, grocer, Church street
Mason Joseph, beer retailer, 33 Charles st
Mason Joseph, broker, Charles street
Mather Squire, outfitter, High street West
Mather William, draper, High street West
Mather William, ladies' underclothing and baby linen establishment, 45 High street East
MAY THOMAS, skip and basket manufacturer, 92 Victoria street, Whitfield
MELLOR JOHN, wholesale and retail grocer and corn dealer, Victoria House, High street and Victoria street
Mellor Josiah, Prudential agent, 6 Hollincross lane
MERRY JAMES, general ironmonger, gas and water fitter, 34 High street East
Mills Henry, beer retailer, 68 Edward st
Minshall Charles, shopkeeper, 10 Chapel street
Moorhouse Mrs. Eliza, laundress, 10 Talbot street
Morton Mrs. Ann, grocer, 84 & 86 Charlestown road
Moss Joseph, shopkeeper, Brookfield
Murray Robert, clerk County Court office, 12 Norfolk square
NELSON MISS MARGARET, confectioner, 20 High street East
Newton George. grocer, Bernard street
Newton The Misses Mary and Eliza H., milliners and dressmakers, 2 Fitzallan st
Newton William, goods manager, M.S.&L. Railway. Old Dinting
Newton William, newsagent, 2 Fitzallan st
Nield Dan, farmer, 2 Hague street, Whitfield
Nield James, boot and shoemaker, 9 Victoria street
Nield Thomas, wholesale and retail tea dealer, 49 Norfolk street
Nuttall James, surveyor, 34 Sheffield road
Nutter John, newsagent, 213 High st West
Nutter Robert, grocer, 10 Gladstone street, Whitfield
O’Brian Michael, tailor, 34 Arundel street
Ogden Kay, insurance agent, Lord street
Oldgate William, metal broker, 33 St. Mary's road
Oldham Thomas, shopkeeper, 197 High street East
Olive and Partington, paper and tinfoil manufacturers and stainers, Turn Lee and Dover Mills ; and at 11 Newmarket lane, Manchester
Ollerenshaw Isaac, medical botanist, 136 High street West
Ollerenshaw John, slater & plasterer, Holly Villa. Spire Hollin
Ollerenshaw Robert, grocer. Queen street
ORME JOE, beer retailer, “Star” inn, Norfolk street
Orme Samuel, butcher, 18 Freetown
Orme Thomas, joiner and builder, 117 High street West
Orme William, watch and clock maker, 62 High street East
Overend Charles Edward, oatcake baker, 31 Chapel street
Parker James, Wesleyan schoolmaster, 98 St. Mary's road
Parkin Henry, farmer, Lower Fold farm, Hargate hill
Patchett Abraham, butcher, 36 High street West
Patchet George, butcher, 5 High st West
Patterson William, engineer, Grove terrace, High street East
Paulden John, boot and shoemaker, 151 High street West
Peasland Henry, photographer, High street West; h. Hall street
Pemberton Joseph, farmer. Royal gate
Percival David, wine, spirit, ale and porter merchant, 8 Norfolk square
Perry Robert, clerk, Hollincross lane
Pettit Edwin Walter, bookseller and stationer, 27 High street
PETTIT THOMAS ALLARD, machine printer, proprietor and publisher of the North Derbyshire and North Cheshire Advertiser, Howard st. (See advt.)
Pickford John, grocer, 112 Victoria street, Whitfield
Plant William, tinplate worker, Victoria st
Platt Benjamin, grocer and corn dealer, 5 and 7 Milltown
Platt Edward and Sons, cotton spinners and manufacturers, Bank Bottom Mill, White Mill, and Station Mill
Platt George, butcher, 49 High street West
Platt James, grocer, 184 High street West
Platt Joe, shopkeeper, 12 Chapel street
Platt John, grocer and draper, 20 Church street
Platt Mrs. Mary Ann, botanist, 48 Chapel street
Pogson Joseph, shopkeeper, 42 High street East
Pollitt Jas., cotton manager, High Street cottage
POTTS BROTHERS, drapers, silk mercers, and hosiers, 11 High st West
Potts Joseph & Henry, joiners, builders, and contractors, Sheffield road
Potts Henry (firm of J. and H. Potts); h. St. Mary’s road
Potts Joseph (firm of J. and H. Potts); h. Sheffield road
Pownall Mrs. Mary, shopkeeper, Gladstone street
Pownall Thomas, grocer, Victoria street, Whitfield
Pratt Mrs. Frances Millicent, “Hare and Hounds,” Hall street
PRIESTLEY AND LUMB, auctioneers and drapers, 26 High street East
Priestnal Jeremiah, farmer, Chunal
Priestnall John, shopkeeper, Gladstone st
PROCTOR ROBERT, chemist, druggist. and seedsman, 7 High street West
PURSER MISS SARAH ANN. milliner and dressmaker, 6 Norfolk st
Pye John, gamekeeper, Heath
Pyle Miss Curtis, Unitarian schoolmistress, Lord street
Rathbone John, boot and shoemaker, 140 High street West
Raw Tho s., County Court bailiff, 50 Sheffield road
Regan Charles, “Manor” inn, High street East
Rhodes James, surgeon, Moorbank house, Victoria street
Rhodes John D., surgeon, 103 Victoria st
Richardson Mrs. Mary A., shopkeeper, 39 Primrose lane
Ridgway James, salesman. Green lane
Rigge Fletcher, cashier. Waterside Mills
Riley James, grocer, 21 Gladstone street, Whitfield
Ringwood Mrs. Elizbth., dress and mantle maker, 239 High street West
Robbins Mrs. Sarah, shopkeeper, King’s highway
Roberts John, foreman millwright, 26 Brookfield
Roberts John, pianoforte and harmonium tuner, 6 Cross street
Robertson Thomas, eating house keeper, 2 Edward street
ROBINSON GEORGE, wholesale and retail draper, 53 High street East
Robinson George, painter and paperhanger, 62 High street West
Robinson Charles John, storekeeper, 88 St. Mary's road
Robinson Jph. (Exors. of), farmers, Gnat Hole farm
Robinson Jph. (Exors. of), woollen manufacturers, Gnat Hole Mill
Robinson Robert, farmer, Hague street
Robinson Miss Sarah Ann, farmer, Chunal
Robinson Thomas, secretary to the Shepley Mill Cotton Manufacturing Company (Limited); h. Princess street
Robinson Thomas, grocer, Charlestown
Robinson Walter, draper, Norfolk street
Rodgers Richard, working cutler and tobacconist, Town Hall buildings ; h. 25 Milltown
ROSSON JOHN HENRY, dispensing chemist and seedsman, 1 High st West
ROWBOTTOM ALFRED, stone and marble mason, Howard st; h. “Royal Oak,” 96 Brookfield. (See advertisement)
Rowbottom Samuel, cotton spinner and cotton band manufacturer, Meadow Mills
Rowcliffe J. B. and Co., manufacturers of elastic wire & web mattresses, Gamesley
Sandiford Anthony, grocer, 228 High street West
Saxon John, manager at the Commercial hotel. Bank bottom
Schofield C. & Son, printers and stationers, 6 Norfolk square
Schofield James, butcher, 207 High street East
Schofield Samuel, boot and shoemaker, 106 St. Mary’s road
Sellars James, “Bull’s Head” inn, Church street
Sellars John, draper, Norfolk street
Sellers Joseph. “Talbot” inn. Hall lane
SHAW EDWIN, music seller, 11 and 22 High street East. (See advertisement)
Shaw George A., tailor, 88 High st West
Shawcross Joseph, grocer, 43 Edwards street
Shawcross William, baker and confectioner, 40 High street East
Shephard Abraham, grocer, High st East
Shephard James, farmer, Ashes
Shepherd George, butcher, 8 Hall street
Shepley James, cotton spinner and manufacturer. Wharf Mill, Shepley street; and at Marple
Shepley Mill Cotton Manufacturing Co. (Limited), Shepley Mills - Thos. Robinson, secretary
Shepley John and William, cotton spinners and manufacturers, Brookfield Mills
Shepley Thomas, ironmonger and general dealer, 2 Norfolk street
Shepley William, farmer, Chunal
Sheppard Robert, grocer, 25 Norfolk street
Siddal Geo., pork butcher, 112 High street West
Siddal John, clerk, 119 Victoria street
Siddall Joe, butcher, 103 High street East
Siddle Mrs. Ann, dressmaker, 9 St. Mary’s road
Sidebottom Dennis, confectioner, joiner, and builder, 42 High street West
Sidebottom Joshua, cashier, 8 Charles st
Sidebottom Peter, gas collector and confectioner, High street West
Sidebottom Samuel, farmer, Pike’s lane, Whitfield
Simms A. J., Inland Revenue officer, Hollincross lane
Slack Samuel, beer retailer, 78 High street East
Slater Thos., hairdresser, 138 High street West
Smith Alfred, grocer and tea dealer, 41 High street West
Smith Edward, boot and shoemaker, 129 and 131 High street West
Smith Miss Ellen, dressmaker, 69 High st East
Smith Ellis, grocer, 26 Gladstone street, Whitfield
Smith Mrs. Sarah, toy dealer, 55 High st East
Smith and Son, upholsterers and cabinet makers, 55 High street East
Smith Thomas, grocer, 71 High st West
Smith William, boot and shoemaker, 35 High street West
Spencer George, watchmaker and jeweller, 34 Cross street
Stafford John, broker, Gladstone street
Stafford Joseph, china and glass dealer, 10 High street West
Stafford Joseph M., cotton spinner, Arundale Street Mill; h. 61 Norfolk street
Stafford Mrs. Sarah, eating house keeper and beer retailer, 38 and 40 High street West
Stafford Thos., oatcake baker, 2 James st
Stafford Wm. Henry, grocer and tea dealer, 23 High street West; and at 42 Market street, and Charles street, Hyde
Stanley John, butler to Lord Howard, 73 Norfolk street
Statham Mrs. Mary, dress and mantle maker, 15 Norfolk street
Steele Bowden, farmer, Hargate hill
Street Mrs. Sarah Ann, dress and mantle maker, 14 King street
Stubbs James, joiner, Surrey street
Summer Francis James, cotton spinner and manufacturer, Wren Nest Mills
Swann John, assistant overseer, Cross cliffe
SWINDELLS THOMAS, confectioner, 6 High street East
Swire John, clogger, 8 High street ; h. Spire Hollin
Swire and Kay, boot and shoemakers, High street West
Swire William, hosier, glover, and smallware dealer, 2 and 4 Victoria street
Sykes Joshua, grocer and provision dealer, 9 Hope street. Old Glossop
Sykes Mrs. Sarah, “Greyhound” inn, 7 Hope street
Sykes Thomas, grocer and corn dealer, 6 Wellgate
Sykes T. P. and Sons, cotton spinners and doublers, Hope Hill Mills
Sykes William, grocer, tea dealer and corn merchant, 7 Norfolk square
Tarbatt Henry, butcher, 216 High st West
Taylor Charles, draper, 126 High st East
Taylor James, shopkeeper, Long lane
Taylor John, “Commercial” inn, Charlestown
Taylor John, farmer, Ashes
Taylor William, smallware dealer, 191 High street East
Thom James, coal merchant, Station yard; h. 33 Norfolk street
Thornhill Samuel, salesman, 55 Norfolk st
Thornley Miss Betty, grocer, Charlestown road, Whitfield
Thornley James, boot and shoemaker, Charlestown road, Whitfield
Thornley James, farmer, Hague street
Thornley John, butcher, 102 Victoria st, Whitfield
Thornley Robert, butcher, Freetown
Thorp Walter, coal and cannel merchant, Norfolk square; h. 3 Bank street, Littlemoor
Thorpe William, grocer and draper, 50 Church street
THORPE WILLIAM HENRY, cashier, and agent for the Northern Assurance Company (Fire and Life), 96 St. Mary’s road
Tomlinson Miss Mary, farmer, Turnlee farm
Tomlinson William, chemist and druggist, High street
TRUEMAN JOHN, “Beehive” inn and stone dealer, 35 Hague street. (See advertisement')
Twalls Thomas, draper, High street West
Wagstaffe John, butcher, 19 High st East
Walker Crowther, draper, 90 High st West
Walton James, “Bridge” inn, Market st
Walton John, yarn bleacher, Charlestown Bleach Works ; h. 27 Norfolk street
Walton John, Junr. (firm of J. Walton) h. Hollin Cross lane
Walton Joshua (firm of J. Walton); h. Charlestown villas
Walton Matthew, tobacconist and dealer in cricket bats, &c., 7 High street East
Walton William, manager for the Glossop Dale New Industrial Society (Limited); h. Sycamore terrace, Thorpe street
Ward James, bookseller and stationer, 57 High street East
Ward William, confectioner, Old cross
Warrington Israel, overlooker, Green lane
Waterhouse Aaron, farmer, ashes
Waterhouse Mrs. Hannah, shopkeeper, 19 Victoria street
Waterhouse John, grocer, 78 Victoria st, Whitfield
Waterhouse Jonathan, joiner and contractor, 34 Hollin Cross lane
Waterhouse Jonathan, news agent, 74 Victoria street, Whitfield
Waterhouse Thomas, shoemaker, 12 Hollin Cross lane
Watts George, boot and shoemaker, 2 Unity street, Whitfield
Watts Mrs. Mary, draper, Hope street
Wharmby John, shopkeeper, 44 Brookfield
Wharmby William, grocer, Charlestown road
White Thomas, draper, 133 High st East
Whitehead James, “Albion” inn, Victoria street
WHITTAKER MRS. ANN, “Norfolk Arms” hotel and posting house, High street West
Whiteley James, grocer, 32 Brookfield
Whittaker Thos., beer retailer & butcher, 31 Chapel street
Whittingham F. and Son, brush manufacturers, 10 High street East
Wilde Mrs. Mary, greengrocer, 46 High st West
Willey John William C., cabinet maker, High street; h. 17 Norfolk street
Williams Mrs. Ann, laundress, 59 Chapel street
Williamson William, grocer, 32 High street East
Wilson George, baker, 152 High st West
Wilson Mrs. Hannah, boot and shoemaker, 20 High street
West Wilson Joseph, hairdresser, 124 High st East
Winterbottom George, “Royal Oak,” Sheffield road
Winterbottom James, stone engraver. Hall street
Winterbottom John, oil merchant, Moor- side house
Winterbottom Robert, registrar to Burial Board, Cemetery lodge
Woffenden Thomas, draper and hosier, 31 High street West
Wood Eli, musical instrument dealer, 42 Arundel street
WOOD GEORGE, funeral carriage proprietor and undertaker, 17 Charles st
Wood James, undertaker, Padfield
Wood Isaiah, grocer, Church street
Wood James, farmer, Windy harbour
Wood James. wheelwright, Charles street
Wood John, farmer, Chunal
Wood John, grocer. 25 High street West
Wood John and Brothers (Limited), cotton manufacturers, Howard Town Mills, Victoria street Wood Samuel, grocer, 13 Charles street
Wood Samuel, farmer, Hobroyd
Wood Mrs. Sarah Ann, shopkeeper, 61 Hague street, Whitfield
Wood Thomas, rag dealer, 6 Derby street
Wood William, general dealer, Queen st
Woodacre Richard, confectioner, 231 High street West
Woodcock Miss Annie, hosier and haberdasher, 8 High street East
Woodcock Ebenezer, grocer, 150 High st West
Woodcock George, grocer, 265 and 267 High street West
Woodcock Lot, grocer and corn dealer, 49 and 51 Victoria street
Woodhead Miss Betty K., postmistress, Norfolk square
WOODHEAD D., printer, stationer, news agent, and wool depository, 50 High street West
Woodhead Joseph, butcher, Church street
Woodhead Matthew, stone merchant, Law quarry ; h. 13 Hope street
Wood house Joe, butcher, Church street
Woolley Edward, butcher, 77 High street West
Woolley John, butcher, St. Andrew’s ter
Woolley T., grocer, corn and cheese factor, 61 High street West
Wright Edwin, tailor and draper, Norfolk square
Wright Joseph, “Globe” inn, High street West
Wright Peter, grocer and provision dealer, 127 Victoria street
Wright Samuel, grocer and corn dealer, 133 and 135 Hall street
Wright Thomas, joiner, and agent for Whelpton's pills, 10 George street
Wright Thos. James, wholesale tea dealer, tobacconist, and grocer. 72 High st West
Wyatt Cephas, farmer, Blackshaw
Wyatt William (firm of J. Walton); h. Charlestown villas
Wyld James, farmer, Nook
Yates Frank, cowkeeper, Whitfield green

Clergy, Gentry, and Private Residents.
Booth Mr. George, Lee Vale cottage
Booth Mr. John
Booth Mr. William, Littlefield cottage
Collins Rev. Geo., M, A., vicar, The Vicarage
Richardson, Mrs. Keziah, Long lane
Rowbottom James, Esq., Beech House
Rowcliffe Mr. John
Wilson Rev. Jas. (Independent)
Trades and Professions.
Adshead Joseph, grocer, Gamesley road
Ashton Miss Hannah, grocer & corn dealer
Ashton Robert, potato merchant, Woodseat House
Beard Robert, bookkeeper, Woodseat
Booth Charles, butcher, Gamesley road
Booth George and Sons, rope, twine, and cotton band manufacturers
Booth George (firm of John Booth & Son); h. Lee Vale cottage
BOOTH JOHN AND SON, rope and twine manufacturers, Lee Vale mill
Booth Joseph, grocer and corn dealer
Booth Joseph, machinist, Spring cottage
Booth Samuel, farmer
Booth Samuel, farmer, Gamesley
Booth Thomas, butcher
Booth Thomas, farmer, Far Coombes
BOOTH THOMAS, gardener, Flower gardens
Burdakin Thomas, farmer, Woodseat farm
Cooper Jesse, shoemaker
Cooper Joseph, clogger, Lee Head
Cooper Joseph, butcher
Cooper Moses, tailor and grocer, Main st
Cooper Moses, “Horse Shoe” inn
Davenport Thomas, “Grey Mare” inn
DAVENPORT WILLIAM, “George and Dragon”
Dewsnap Joseph, farmer, Lower House farm, Hargate hill
Dickson Thomas, tailor, Gamesley road
Drinkwater William, farmer
Garlick Edward, “Wagon and Horses” inn. Lee Head
Garside James, mason
Garside William, boot and shoemaker, Gamesley road
Goodwin Thomas, farmer, Back lane
Goodwin Thomas, tailor
Hadfield George, farmer
Handford John, farmer, Coombes farm
Handford Robert, farmer
Harrison James, farmer, Gamesley
Harrobin Philip, farmer, Stockhall farm
Hawkins Charles, shopkeeper, Long lane
Hawkins John, tea dealer, Long lane
Higginbotham Isaac, bandmaker
Higginbotham Isaac, farmer
Higginbotham Samuel, farmer
Holroyd Timothy, farmer and contractor, Gamesley farm
Horrobin Philip. Farmer
Horne John, “Bull’s Head” inn
Jackson Henry, farmer
Jackson John, rope and twine maker, Lee Head farm
Jackson Joseph, farmer, Lee Head farm
Jackson William, joiner and farmer
Lyne William and Sons, picker makers and rope manufacturers
Lyne George (firm of William Lyne and Sons); h. Simmondley
Lyne Thomas (firm of William Lyne and Sons); h. Simmondley
Marsden Mrs. Hannah, farmer, Gamesley
Massey John, farmer
Meadowcroft Mrs. Ann, shopkeeper
Moss Robert, grocer
Neild Joseph, farmer
Ogden Charles Hadfield, farmer
Parkin Henry, farmer
Ratcliffe John H., cotton spinner and band maker, Kinder Lee Mills
Ratcliffe John H., cotton spinner, Kinder Lee mill, and at Johnson Brook, Newton. Hosiery branch, Nottingham; warehouse, 1 Dantzic street, Manchester
Robinson Thomas, grocer
Rowbottom Isaac, contractor and stonemason. Lee Vale
ROWBOTTOM JAMES, cotton spinner, doubler, and banding maker, Hole- house mill
Rowbottom Moses, farmer
Shaw Charles William, butcher
Shaw John, tailor and draper, Gamesley rd
Shepley David, boot & shoemaker, Gamesley road
SHEPLEY THOMAS, hide and skin dealer, Main street
Sidebottom Andrew, farmer, Warries fold
Smith John, farmer, Woodseat
Sykes Jonathan, slater and plasterer
Sykes Thomas Beard, slater and plasterer, Gamesley
Taylor William, joiner and builder, Gamesley road
Thornley Mrs. Hannah, farmer, Gamesley
Thornley James, farmer, Gamesley
Thornley James and Samuel, wheelwrights
Thornley Mrs. Jane, farmer, Gamesley
THORNLEY JOSEPH, stone, marble, and monumental mason and builder
THORNLEY WILLIAM & SONS, joiners and wheelwrights, Lee vale
Turner James, greengrocer
Varley Joseph, grocer
Waller Ralph K., cotton spinner & doubler, Charlesworth Mill, and at 45 Dale street, Manchester
Walker Thomas, farmer. Main street
Whittaker William, farmer, Gamesley
Wild William, farmer, Wellhead farm
Willis Harriet, grocer, Commercial buildgs.
Wood John, wheelwright, Lane Head
Woolliscroft Hy., quarry master, Long Ln
Yarwood James, confectioner, Cottage Ln, Gamesley
Wall Letter Box, cleared at 8 a.m. And 6.30 p.m.; on Sundays at 10 a.m. Broadbottom is the nearest money-order office.

Brown James, Esq., Chisworth house
Clayton Mr. James, Holehouse
Ratcliffe John H., Esq., Rarewood house
Rowbottom Mrs. Elizabeth. Chew
Rowbottom George, Esq., Chew
Trades and Professions.
Ashton James, grocer and corn dealer, Feeding heigh
Booth Charles, gamekeeper
Booth Mrs. Jane, farmer, Holehouse farm
Booth Thomas, farmer
Broughton Emanuel, farmer, Sandy Lane farm
Brown James, bleacher, Chisworth Bleach Works; h. Chisworth house
Clayton James, colliery manager
Cooper Caleb, farmer, Hilltop
Cooper Jesse, farmer, Hilltop farm
Co-Operative Stores - Thomas Hallas, sec.
Harrison Thomas, shopkeeper, Ten houses
Higginbottom Robert, farmer
Hollas Jonathan, farmer, Chew
Jackson James, farmer, Sandy lane
Jowett Jonathan, colliery proprietor, Chisworth colliery
Massey John, farmer, Warries fold
Ratcliffe John H., cotton band manufacturer, Kinder Lee Mill
Reece James, farmer
Robinson Joseph, farmer
Rowbottom Jesse, farmer
Salt Alfred, farmer
Sidebottom Thomas, farmer, Sandy lane
Thornley Eli, grocer
Thornley James, farmer
Thornley James, Junr., farmer
Thornley Mrs. Sophia, farmer
Varley Joseph, grocer
Wood house Mrs. Maria, “Commercial” inn, Feeding heigh
Wall Letter Box cleared at 8.30 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Youel Mr. Joseph, Simmondley lane
Trades and Professions.
Armfield Benjamin, farmer
Charlesworth William, stationmaster, M. S. & L Railway, Dinting junction
Cockayne Geo., wheelwright, Primrose Ln
Cooper George, farmer
Dawson James, grocer, Dinting vale
Downing William, grocer, 79 Dinting vale
Egerton William, grocer and draper, 29 Dinting vale
Gorman Thomas, draper
Grundy Roger, manager at Messrs. Potter and Co.’s Print Works, Dinting lodge
Hague William, farmer
NIELD JOHN, “Plough” inn, Dinting vale. (See advertisement)
Nield Tom. butcher, Dinting vale
Platt Benjamin, farmer
Platt Thomas, farmer
Platt William, farmer
Potter Edward and Co., calico printers; and at 10 Charlotte street, Manchester
Wagstaffe Samuel, “Viaduct” inn, Dinting vale
Wall Letter Box cleared at 9 a.m. and 6.15 p.m.; on Sundays at 5.15 p.m.

Clergy, Gentry, and Private Residents.
Buckley Mr. Henry, 37 Bross croft
Eastham Mr. James, Marley brow
Hadfield Rev. Joseph, vicar of Hadfield, Hadfield lane
Hickey Rev. Edward (Roman Catholic), St. Charles’ Presbytery
Newton Mr. James, 8 Warhurst fold
Platt Edward, Esq., Hadfield lodge
Platt Mrs. Martha, Owl's nest
Rhodes Thomas, Esq., J.P.
Sidebottom Tom Harrop, Esq., M.P., Etherow house
Sidebottom Captain William, J.P., Etherow house
Trades and Professions.
Armitage John Thomas, coal merchant
Ashton Abraham, coal merchant, Railway station
Ashton William, grocer, 58 Main road
Barber Isaiah, hairdresser, Bank bottom
Barker William, grocer, 68 Main road
Batty Daniel, draper, 102 Station road
Battey John, draper, 46 Bank bottom
Belfield Edward, “Anchor” inn, Main rd
Bell James, boot and shoemaker and draper, 43 Station road
Bennett Robert, pork butcher, Station rd
Bennett Thomas, draper, hosier, furniture and general dealer, 11 and 13 Station rd
BENTHAM THOMAS, bookseller and stationer, 49 Station road
BOOTH EDWIN, Temperance hotel and Public Baths, ‘‘Neal Dow” hotel, 170 Station road
BOOTH JOE, grocer, draper, and ale and porter dealer, Waterside
Braddock John, coal merchant, Railway station
Bradbury Joseph, grocer, tea dealer and provision merchant, 33 Bank bottom
Bradbury William, grocer and provision dealer, Bank bottom
BRADDOCK JOSEPH. “Victoria” inn, near the Manchester Water Works, Bross croft
Bradshaw James, grocer and corn dealer, 109 Main road
Bramhall William, mill manager, Station road
Broadbent John, grocer, 10 Bross croft
BUTTERWORTH HENSHAW, grocer and tea dealer, 1 Waterside ; h. Kent villa, Hadfield road
Charlesworth Bernard, commission agent, Shaw
Chat tell Mrs. Charlotte, milliner and dressmaker, Hadfield road
CHEETHAM THOMAS WILLIAM, plumber, glazier, painter, paperhanger, decorator, gas and water fitter, 5 Station road. (See advertisement)
Collier Charles, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, Station road; and 5 High st West, Glossop
Collinge James, grocer and beer retailer, 6 Waterside
Co-operative Company (Limited), coal merchants. Railway station
Cotterill William, coal agent, Rose villas, Marlow brow
COX JOHN, draper and photographer, 90 Station road
Cumberland James, joiner and cabinet maker, 12 Hadfield road
DAKIN EZEKIEL, greengrocer, gutta percha depot, 98 Station road
DAWSON WILLIAM, painter, plumber, glazier, gas and water fitter, Knowl house, Station road
Dewsnap Edward, shopkeeper, 23 Main rd
Dewsnap John and Son, butchers, Station road
DUCKWORTH SAMUEL, shoeing forge and general smith, Station road; h. 30 Station road
Eckersall Joseph, grocer, 28 Bross croft
Ellis William, grocer, 184 Woolley bridge
Eversden William, grocer, Brookfield
Garlick Squire, postmaster, Post Office, Bank bottom
GILL WRIGHT, builder, contractor, grocer and provision dealer, 67 Station rd Hadfield
Equitable Co-operative Society (Limited), Station road - Jessie Gandy, manager; Thomas Bentham, secretary
Hadfield John William, “Spread Eagle,” Woolley bridge
Harrison Willm., grocer, 72 Woolley bridge
Haigh and Beaumont, tailors and drapers, Station road
HAIGH WILLIAM, boot and shoe dealer, 9 Station road
Hampshire William, tinplate worker and gasfitter, 71 Station road
Hampson Thomas, pawnbroker and general dealer, Station road
Handforth Jph., mill manager, Rose villa, Marlow brow
Hardron Mrs. Margaret, shopkeeper, 50 Main road
Harris John, tailor and clothier, 75 Station road
Harrop Joseph, draper, Station road
Harrup Samuel, cabinet maker, Station rd
Higginbottom Mrs. Ann, earthenware dealer, 31 Station road
Horsfield John, cooper, 48 Main road
HOWARTH JAMES, (Exors. of), drapers. Station road
HOWARTH THOMAS, confectioner, Station road
HOYLAND BENJAMIN AND HENRY, general dealers and licensed plate dealers, 51 Bross croft. (See advt.)
Ingram Zachariah, umbrella maker, 11 Woolley bridge
Jakeman John, greengrocer and carrier, Waterside lane
JOHNSON THOMAS, grocer, tea and provision dealer, Station road ; and coal merchant, Railway station; h. Tintwistle
Jolly Joseph. “Spinner’s Arms,” Main rd
Jones James, chemist and druggist, 27 Station road
Kidd Aquilla, confectioner, 32 Station road
Leach George, shopkeeper, 63 Station road
Lee Mrs. Ann, grocer, Woolley bridge
Lee John, bobbin and skewer maker, 7 Warhurst fold
Lee Squire, hosier, draper, and funeral furnisher, 41 Station road
Lockwood Elliott, draper and furniture dealer, 40 and 42 Station road
Lockwood Thomas, coal merchant, Railway station
Loxley John, farmer, Kiln lane
Mellor William, shopkeeper, 7 Station rd
Nelson Samuel, tailor, Station road
Newton Amos, butcher, Station road
Nield Thomas, farmer, Kiln lane
Pettit Mrs. Mary Ann, bookseller and stationer, 73 Station road
Platt Mrs. Ann, shopkeeper, 100 Station rd
Platt Edward and Sons, cotton manufacturers
Platt Mrs. Jane, grocer and corn dealer, 104 Woolley bridge
Platt Mrs. Mary, beer retailer, Woolley bridge
Platt William, bookkeeper, Bank bottom
Platt William (firm of Edward Platt and Sons); h. Hawthorn cottage, Bross croft
Quin John, barometer & spectacle maker, 61 Station road
Ridgway James, cloth salesman, Green Ln
ROBINSON ALONZO, ale and porter dealer. 59 Station road
Rhodes Thomas and Son, cotton spinners and manufacturers, Hadfield Mills
ROBINSON JOSEPH, “Palatine” Commercial hotel, Station rd. (See advt.)
ROBINSON JOSEPH, pianoforte and music dealer, 59 Station road
ROLLEY ABEL, general house furnisher and sewing machine dealer, Bank street. (See advertisement)
Roworth Benjamin, hay and straw dealer, 51 The Cross
Senior Elijah, greengrocer, Station road
SHEPPARD ROBERT, draper and hosier, 33 Station road
Shufflebotham Joseph, shopkeeper, clogger, and shoemaker, Station road
Sidebottom T. H. and Brother, cotton spinners and manufacturers, Bridge mills
Sidebottom T. and W., cotton spinners and manufacturers, Waterside mills
Siddall Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker, 63 Bross croft
Siddall Mrs. Elizabeth, grocer, Padfield Ln
Sutton Thomas, grocer, Station road
SWALES JOSEPH, accoucheur, Station road
Swindells Edwin, bookkeeper
Swire John, clogger, 50 Woolley bridge
Taylor Thomas, farmer, Hadfield road
Thornley James, general dealer, 15 Woolley bridge
Thornley Taylor, watchmaker and toy dealer, Station road
THORNILEY JAMES, chemist and druggist, Golden Tooth
Thorp Walter, coal merchant, Hadfield station
Wadsworth Len, beer retailer, 96 Station road
WARHURST CALEB, joiner, builder, and saw mill proprietor, 138 Station road
Warhurst Enoch, joiner, Station road
Warhurst Samuel, pianoforte and music warehouse, 138 Station road
Wharmby John, grocer, Brook field
Whiteley James, grocer, Brookfield
Wood Samuel, grocer, corn factor, and dealer in British wines, Bristol House, Station road
Woodhead Joseph, newsagent, Bank street
WOODRUFF THOMAS, Commercial hotel, Bank bottom - John Saxon, manager
Woolley Edward, butcher, Woolley bridge
Woolley George, butcher, Station road
WORSLEY HENRY, wholesale tea dealer, and general house furnisher; agent for the Royal Liver Friendly Society and general commission agent, 41 Bross croft
WRIGHT W. S., wholesale and retail ironmonger, iron and tinplate worker, gas and water fitter, &c., Station road
Wynne Patrick, refreshment rooms, 34 Station road
Post Office and Posted Telegraph Office - : Squire Garlick, postmaster. Letters through Manchester delivered at 7.30 a.m. and 5.10 p.m.; dispatched at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Money orders granted and paid, and savings bank business transacted, and inland revenue licenses granted, from 9 a.m. to to 6 p.m.; on Saturdays until 7 p.m. (On weekdays only.)

Platt Mrs. Thomas, Padfield Brook
Platt Mrs. William, Greenfield cottage
Trades and Professions.
Bennett James, “Peel's Arms”
Bingham Thomas, shopkeeper
Bowden William, shopkeeper
Braddock John, farmer
BRADDOCK SAMUEL, grocer, Platt street
Bramhall William, stonemason, Post st
Collier Charles, miller
Crossland John, farmer, Deep Clough
Dewsnap Joseph, cotton dealer & doubler
Eastham James Cook, grocer and corn dealer
Elliott Samuel, butcher
Ellis Samuel, butcher
Ellis Samuel, farmer
Fielding William, grocer, tea and provision dealer
Fox Thomas, farmer, Tor Side
Goddard James, farmer
Goddard Joseph, farmer and mason, Little Padfield
Hollingworth James, grocer, Post street
Jackson Peter, farmer
Jackson Thomas, farmer, Deep Clough
Oldfield Mark, farmer, Deep Clough
Platt Edward (firm of E. Platt and Sons)
Platt William and Edward, cotton manufacturers
Platt Thomas (Exors. of) Padfield Brook mill
Platt William and Edward, cotton spinners, Padfield Mills
Sargentson James, cotton & cotton waste merchant, blowing and cotton flock manufacturer and farmer
Sargentson James, Jun., cotton waste dealer; h. Bankside cottage
Siddal Hiram, farmer
Siddall Mrs. Mary Ann, beer retailer and grocer
Sidebottom Tom Harrop, cotton spinner and manufacturer, Waterside Mills
Stears Mrs. Martha, farmer, Deep Clough
Thompson Joseph, shopkeeper
Wild Walter, grocer, 12 Platt street
Pillar Letter Box, Platt street, cleared at 8.20 a.m. and 6 p.m., on Sundays at 9.30 a.m.

Clergy and Gentry.
Bennett Mrs., Simmondley lane
Hadfield The Misses, Lees hall
Lawton Mrs. Hannah, 22 Simmondley lane
Lee Mr. Robert John. Turn lee
Smith Alfred, Esq, Simmondley house
Sutcliffe Rev. Charles, The Vicarage, Dinting vale, 3 Simmondley lane
Trades and Professions.
Bennett Randle, farmer
Boden John, farmer
Bower Josiah, farmer
Bradbury Miss Nancy Sarah, farmer
Buckley Geo., farmer, White House farm
Buckley George, Junr., farmer
Buckley Margaret, “Drovers” inn, Charlestown road
Capper Thomas, farmer, Simmondley hall
Charlesworth William, farmer and mason
Dewsnap Samuel, beer retailer, “Hare and Hounds”
Dixon Peter, farmer, Pillott
Hadfield Charles, farmer
Higginbottom Hugh, farmer, Rose farm
HIGGINBOTTOM JOSEPH, wine, ale, and porter merchant, and mineral water manufacturer, Simmondley springs. (See advertisement)
Hill Miss Jane, farmer
Hurst William, farmer
Jowett and Clayton, colliery proprietors, Simmondley colliery
Knott Samuel, farmer
Lyne William and Sons, picker makers and cotton band manufacturers, Simmondley mills
Marshall Thomas, farmer
Redford John, farmer, Cloud Lane farm
Robinson Samuel, cowkeeper and carrier
Robinson Thomas, shopkeeper
Shaw John James, cattle dealer
Taylor John, “Commercial” inn
Thornley William, farmer
Tomlinson Miss Mary, farmer
Willis Mrs. Harriet, shopkeeper
Wood Samuel, farmer

[For minor Trades not in the Classification, see Alphabetical List.]
Academies & Schools.
Evason Miss M. 59 Norfolk street
Hyde Miss Hannah (boarding), Primrose house. (See advertisement)
Swales Joseph, Station road, Hadfield
Campbell James (coal) 70½ Freetown
Cotterill Wm. (coal), Hadfield
Higginbotham Chas. (estate and general) 9 Norfolk sq. (See advertisement)
Lyne Edward (general) 74 High street East
Mellor Josiah (general) 6 Hollincross lane
Ogden Kay (insurance), Lord street
Worsley Hy. (general) 41 Brosscroft, Hadfield
Ale & Porter Merchants.
Booth Joe, Waterside, Hadfield
Higginbottom Joseph. Simmondley Springs. (See advertisement)
Percival David, 8 Norfolk sq
Architects & Surveyors.
Nuttall James, (surveyor), 34 Sheffield road
Beckett Benjn. 196 High st West
Auctioneers and Appraisers.
Ford John, High street East (See advertisement)
Greaves Charles, High street East
Higginbotham Chas. 9 Norfolk square. (See advt.)
Priestley and Limb, 26 High street East
Baby Linen and Ladies’ Underclothing Establishment.
Mather Wm. 45 High st East
Bakers & Flour Dealers.
Hallam George, 62 Brookfield
Hall Samuel, 53 Victoria st
Overend Chas. E. 31 Chapel street
Shawcross Wm. 40 High st East
Stafford Thos. 2 James st
Wilson Geo. 152 High street West
Manchester and Liverpool District Banking Co., Norfolk square - Wm. H. Hollingbery, manager
Basket & Skep Maker.
May Thos. 92 Victoria st, Whitfield
Beer Retailers.
Atkinson Mrs. M. Old cross
Boardman W. H. Bernard st
Booth John, 14 Milltown
Bowden John, 19 Chapel st
Bradbury Mark, 1 Market st
Bramhall Wm. 64 Chapel st
Bridge Thos. Arundel street
Broadbent John, Brosscroft, Hadfield
Collinge James, 6 Waterside, Hadfield
Connor Patrick, 24 Arundel street
Cooper John, 277 High street West
Cooper Moses, Charlesworth
Dewsnap Saml. Simmondley
Earnshaw Jonathan, 1 Whitfield cross
Garlick Edward, Lee head.
Charlesworth Goddard John, 21 Charlestown road, Whitfield
Goldsmith J. H. Prince’s st. (See advertisement)
Hampson George and Miss Sarah, 99 High st East
Harrop George, Gladstone street, Whitfield
Lancaster Hy. S. Wellgate
Lowe Moses, Bernard street
Mason Joseph, 33 Charles st
Mills Henry, 68 Edward st
Orme Joe, Norfolk street
Platt Mrs. Mary, Woolley bridge, Hadfield
Robinson Alonzo, 59 Station road, Hadfield
Rowbottom Alfd., 96 Brookfield. (See advt.)
Slack Saml, 78 High st East
Stafford Mrs. Sarah, 38 High street West
Wadsworth Len, 96 Station road, Hadfield
Whittaker Thos., 32 Chapel street
Berlin Wool and Fancy Repository.
Woodhead D. 50 High street West
Bill Poster.
Dewsnap James, 26 High st East
Boardman Wm. H. High st East
Duckworth James, Station road, Hadfield
Hall John, Howard street
Longden John, Mount st East
Brown James, Chisworth
Walton John, 27 Norfolk st
Bobbin and Skewer Manufacturer.
Lee John, Warhurst fold, Hadfield
Bookbinder, Machine Ruler, and Account Book Manufacturer.
Irlam William Henry, High street West
Booksellers & Stationers
Bentham Thos. 49 Station st Hadfield
Goodwin Wm. 23 High street East
Irlam William Henry, High street West
Makin James, 11 Victoria st, Whitfield
Pettit Edwin W. 27 High st. (See advertisement)
Pettit Mrs. Mary Ann, 73 Station road, Hadfield
Schofield C. and Son, 6 Norfolk square
Ward James, 57 High street East
Woodhead D. 50 High street West
Boot and Shoemakers.
Beard Saml. 21 St. Mary’s rd
Bell James, 43 Station road, Hadfield
Cockcroft Greenwood, 21 Victoria street, Whitfield
Cooper Cephas. 17 Edward st
Cooper Jesse, Charlesworth
Denton John, 104 Victoria street, Whitfield
Field William, Charlestown road, Whitfield
Garside William, Gamesley road, Charlesworth
Glossop Dale New Industrial Co-Operative Society ( Limited ), Norfolk square - Wm. Walton, manager
Goldthorp Thos. Victoria st
Hadfield Jno. Whitfield cross
Hadfield Joseph, 17 High street East
Haigh William (dealer), 9 Station road, Hadfield
Hall Joseph, 201 High street East
Harrison Jas. 91 Victoria st
Hewitt Wm., Collier street, Whitfield
Heywood William, Collier st, Whitfield
Hill William, 65 High st East
Hill Wm. (gutta percha), 94 High street West
Kay Jacob, 58 High st West
Lowe Moses, 28 High st West
Nield James, 9 Victoria st
Paulden John, 151 High st West
Rathbone John, 140 High st Wed
Schofield Samuel, 106 St. Mary’s road
Shepley David, Gamesley rd, Charlesworth
Shufflebotham Joseph, Station road, Hadfield
Smith Edward. 129 and 131 High street West
Smith Wm., 35 High st West
Swire & Kay, High st West
Waterhouse Thos. 12 Hollincross lane
Wilson Mrs. Hannah, 20 High street West
Bricklayers. (See also Builders).
Charlesworth William, Simmondley
Garside James. Charlesworth
Goddard Joseph, Little Padfield
Brush Makers.
Lawton Wm. 83 Victoria st
Whittingham F. and Son, 10 High street East
Band Chas. D. 10 Sheffield rd
Bowden Wm. Bernard street
Bowden Wm. Hy. Charles st
Garside Cyrus, Surrey st
Gill Wright, 67 Station road, Hadfield
Grayson Benjamin, King st, Littlemoor
Harrop Geo. 94 Victoria st
Orme Thomas, 117 High st West
Potts Joseph and Henry, Sheffield road
Sidebottom Dennis, 42 High street
Taylor Wm. Gamesley road, Charlesworth
Warhurst Caleb, 138 Station road, Hadfield
Atkinson William, 113 High street West
Bennett Wm. Sheffield road
Booth Charles, Gamesley rd, Charlesworth
Booth Thos. Charlesworth
Bradbury Charles, 139 Victoria street
Chadwick Joel, 234 High st
Cooper Joseph, Charlesworth
Dewsnap John, 93 Main road
Dewsnap John and Son, Station road, Hadfield
Dixon John, High st West
Dixon William, 100 High st West
Elliott Samuel, Padfield
Ellis Samuel, Padfield
France James, 139 High st West
Glossop Dale Industrial Cooperative Society (Limited) Norfolk square - William Walton, manager
Hadfield John, 130 Victoria street, Whitfield
Kinder John J. 6 High street West
Lancaster Hy. L. Wellgate
Newton Amos, Station road, Hadfield
Nield Tom, Dinting vale
Orme Samuel, 18 Freetown
Patchett Abraham, 36 High street West
Patchett George, 5 High st East
Platt Geo. 49 High st West
Schofield James, 207 High st East
Shaw Chas. W. Charlesworth
Shepherd Geo. 8 Hall street
Siddall Joe, 103, High street East
Tarbatt Hy. 216 High street West
Thornley John, 102 Victoria street, Whitfield
Thornley Robert, Freetown
Wagstaffe John, 19 High st East
Whittaker Thos. 32 Chapel st
Woodhead Joseph, Church st
Woodhouse Joe, Church st
Woolley Edward, 77 High st West
Woolley Edward. Woolley Bridge, Hadfield
Woolley George, Station rd, Hadfield
Cabinet Makers and Upholsterers.
Bagshaw Saml. 29 Norfolk st
Crompton Charles, 26 High street West
Cumberland James, 12 Hadfield road
Dyas Edward, 1 Gladstone st
Harrop Samuel, Station rd, Hadfield
Johns James, 119 High st West
Smith and Son, 55 High st East
Willey John Wm. High st
Calico Printers.
Potter Edwd. & Co. Dinting
Carpenters and Joiners.
Atkinson Mrs. M. Old cross
Bennett Jph. Hague street
Bowden Wm. Hy. Charles st
Cumberland Jas. 12 Hadfield road
Grayson Benjn. King street, Littlemoor
Harrop Geo. 94 Victoria st, Whitfield
Howard Wm. 87 High street West
Jackson Wm. Charlesworth
Orme Thos. 117 High street West
Potts Jph. and Henry, Sheffield road
Sidebottom Dennis, 42 High street West
Stubbs James, Surrey street
Taylor Wm. Gamesley road, Charlesworth
Thornley William and Son, Charlesworth
Warhurst Caleb, 138 Station road, Hadfield
Warhurst Enoch, Station rd, Hadfield
Waterhouse Jonathan, 34 Hollincross lane
Wright Thos. 10 George st
Cattle Dealers.
Shaw John Jas. Simmondley
Sidebottom Andrew, Warries fold, Charlesworth
Cheese and Bacon Factor
Woolley T. 61 High st West
Chemists and Druggists
Booth John, 9 High st East
Jones James, 27 Station rd, Hadfield
Kinder Henry 85 High street West
Proctor Robert, 7 High st West
Rosson John Henry, 1 High street West
Thorniley James, Hadfield
Tomlinson William, High St
China, Glass, & Earthenware Dealers.
Armitage John Jun. 82 High street West
Chadwick Joel, 234 High st I West
Higginbottom Mrs. Ann, 31 Station road, Hadfield
Stafford J. 10 High st West
Clock Pendulum Wire Manufacturers.
Hamnet James and Son, 14a High street East
Arrowsmith Jas. 132 High street West
Barton Joseph, 76 Kershaw street, Whitfield
Cockcroft Greenwood, 21 Victoria street
Cooper Joseph, Lee Head, Charlesworth
Downs Joseph, 1 Victoria st
Field William, Charlestown road, Whitfield
Glossop Dale New Industrial Co-Operative Society (Limited), Norfolk square - William Walton, manager
Kershaw John, 30 High st West
Lee Geo. 100 High st West
Shufflebotham Joseph, Station rd, Hadfield
Swire John, 8 High street
Swire J. 50 Woolley bridge, Hadfield
Coal Dealers.
Ashton Abrm. Church street
Bentley Mrs. L. 2 Jordan st
Lockwood Thomas, Railway wharf
Coal Merchants.
Armitage John T., Railway wharf
Atkin Wm. E. 48 St. Mary’s road
Berry Joshua, Railway wharf
Dixon John, Railway wharf
Fielding Samuel, Railway wharf
Harrison Abel, Norfolk street. (See advertisement)
Hinchcliffe John and Co. Railway wharf
Hurst John, Freetown
Johnson Thomas, Hadfield station
Thom James, Station yard
Thorp Walter, Railway wharf
Thorp Walter, Norfolk sq
Colliery Proprietors.
Jowett & Clayton, Simmondley
Jowett Jonathan, Chisworth
Lymm Brothers, Bottoms Hall Pit
Confectioners and Pastry Cooks.
Barber Miss Alice, 98 High street West
Bowden Geo. 10 Norfolk sq
Bramwell Luke, 98 High st West
Bramwell Thomas, 63 High street East
Cluskey Edward, 285 High street West
Cooling James, 46 High st West
Fletcher Joseph, 61 High st East
Hampshire Thos. 12 Mill Ln
Hollingworth Henry, 39 and 142 High st West
Howard Jas. 65 Hall street
Howard Thos. Station road, Hadfield
Kidd Aquilla, 32 Station rd, Hadfield
Lee Mrs. Ellen, High st West
Lee Hannah and Sister, 104 High street West
Lee Mrs. Helen, 230 High st West
Nelson Miss M. 20 High st East
Shawcross Wm. 40 High st East
Sidebottom Dennis, 42 High street West
Sidebottom Peter, High st West
Swindells Thomas, 6 High st East
Woodacre Richard, 231 High street
Yarwood Jas. Cottage lane, Gamesley
Corn Factors & Dealers
Ashton Miss H. Charlesworth
Ashton James, Chisworth
Barnes Wm. High st West
Benton Wm.81 High st East
Booth Joseph, Charlesworth
Bradbury Geo. 339 High st West
Bradbury Mrs. Martha, 1 Charlestown rd, Whitfield
Collier Chas. High st West
Eastham James, C. Padfield
Garlick Joseph, 66 High st East
Hadfield Eli, 105 High street East
Harrison Charles, 122 High street West
Lowe Charles Edward, 102 High street West
Mellor John, High street and Victoria street
Platt Benjm. 5 & 7 Milltown
Platt Mrs. Jane, 104 Woolley bridge, Hadfield
Sykes Thomas, 6 Wellgate
Sykes Wm. 7 Norfolk square
Wood Samuel, Station road, Hadfield
Woodcock Lot, 49 Victoria st
Woolley T. 61 High st West
Wright Saml. 133 Hall st
Cotton Band Manufacturers.
Booth Geo. & Sons, Charlesworth
Booth John & Son, Charlesworth
Higginbotham Isaac, Charlesworth
Jackson Levi, Hobroyd
Lyne William and Sons, Simmondley
Ratcliffe John H., Kinder Lee mills, Charlesworth and Chisworth
Rowbottom Jas. Holehouse mill, Charlesworth
Rowbottom S. Meadow mills
Cotton Doublers.
Dewsnap Joseph, Pad field
Rowbottom James, Charlesworth
Sykes T. P. & Sons, Hope hl
Walker Ralph K. Charlesworth
Cotton Manufacturers.
Platt Edward & Sons, Bank Bottom mill, White mill, and Station mill
Platt William and Edward, Padfield
Rhodes Thomas and Son, Hadfield mills
Shepley James, Shepley st
Shepley Mill Cotton Manufacturing Co. (Limited), Shepley mills - Thomas Robinson, secretary
Shepley John and William, Brook mills
Sidebottom Tom Harrop, Padfield
Sidebottom Tom Harrop and Brother, Hadfield
Sidebottom T. and W. Hadfield
Sumner Francis J. Wren Nest mill
Wood John and Brothers (Limited), Victoria street
Cotton Spinners.
Buckley Frederick, Hurst mills
Hatfield John, Sheffield road
Jackson John, Primrose lane
Platt Edward & Sons, Bank Bottom mill, White mill, and Station mill
Ratcliffe John H. Charlesworth and Chisworth
Rhodes Thos. Hadfield mill
Rowbottom Samuel, Meadow mills
Shepley John and William, Brook mills
Sidebottom Tom Harrop, Padfield
Sidebottom Tom Harrop and Brother, Hadfield
Sidebottom T. and W. Hadfield
Stafford Joseph M. Arundel street
Sumner Francis, J. Wren Nest mills
Sykes T. P. and Sons, Hope hill
Walker Ralph K. Charlesworth
Cotton and Cotton Waste Dealers.
Dewsnap Joseph, Padfield
Sargentson James, Padfield
Horsfield John, 48 Main road, Hadfield
Rodgers Richard, Town Hall buildings
Dairymen & Cowkeepers.
Robinson Saml. Simmondley
Yates Frank, Whitfield green
Coe Joseph, 38 Norfolk st
Hardman John, 47 Norfolk st
Drapers (Linen and Woollen).
Armitage John 84 High st West
Barber James, Hope street
Barnes James and Son, 125 High street
Batty Daniel, 102 Station rd, Hadfield
Batty John, 46 Bank bottom, Hadfield
Beard John, 3 High st West
Bell James, 43 Station road, Hadfield
Bennett Thomas, 11 and 13 Station road, Hadfield
Booth Joe, Waterside, Hadfield
Brain Mrs. Eliza, 48 High st West
Chadwick John, 329 High st West
Cooper Thomas, 31 High st West
Cox John, Station road, Hadfield
Dixon George Henry, 34 Edward street
Doodson Geo. High st West
Downs Joseph, High st West
Egerton Win. 29 Dinting vale
Glossop Dale New Industrial Co-Operative Society (Limited), Norfolk square - Wm. Walton, manager.
Goldsmith James Henry, Prince’s street. (See advt.)
Gorman Thomas, Dinting
Hadfield John, 130 Victoria street, Whitfield
Hall Mrs. John and Son, 99 High street West
Harrop John, 22 High street West
Harrop John, Station road, Hadfield
Higginbottom John S. 17 High street West
Higginbottom William, 38 High street East
Howard Joseph, 27 Charlestown road, Whitfield
Howarth James (Exors. of) Station road, Hadfield
Hunter Thomas P. 9 High street West
Ingham John, High st West
Jackson Mrs, Olive, 162 Victoria street, Whitfield
Kenyon Mrs. Nancy, 108 Brookfield
Lee Hannah and Sisters, 104 High street West
Lee Squire, 41 Station road, Hadfield
Lockwood Elliott, 40 Station road. Hadfield
Mather Wm. High st. West
Platt John, 20 Church street
Potts Brothers, 11 High st East
Priestley and Lumb, 26 High street East
Robinson George, 53 High st East
Robinson Walter, Norfolk st
Sellars John, Norfolk street
Sheppard Robert, 33 Station road, Hadfield
Taylor Charles, 126 High st East
Thorpe Wm. 50 Church st
Twalls Thos. High st West
Walker Crowther, 90 High st West
Watts Mrs. Mary, Hope st
White Thos. 133 High street East
Eating & Coffee House Keepers.
Robertson Thos. 2 Edward st
Stafford Mrs. Sarah, 38 High street West
Wynne Patrick, 34 Station road, Hadfield
Elastic Wire and Web Mattress Manufacturers
Rowcliffe J. B. and Co Gamesley
Engineers & Machinists
Bramall Edward, 21 Norfolk street
Hatch Thos. 53 Norfolk st
Patterson Wm. High st East
Arden William, Pike lane
Armfield Benjmn. Chisworth
Barker William, Main road, Hadfield
Beard James, Whitfield moor
Beeley James, Moorfield
Bennett Joseph, Hague st
Bennett Randle, Simmondley
Boden John, Simmondley
Booth Mrs. Jane, Chisworth
Booth Samuel, Charlesworth
Booth Samuel, Gamesley
Booth Thomas, Chisworth
Booth Thomas, Charlesworth
Bowden Samuel. Heath
Bower Josiah. Simmondley
Bradbury Miss Nancy S. Simmondley
Broughton Emanuel, Sandy lane, Chisworth
Buckley George, Whitehouse farm, Simmondley
Buckley James, Bridge field
Burdakin T. Charlesworth
Buxton Bennett, Jumble
Buxton Wm. Whitfield barn
Capper Thos. Simmondley
Charlesworth William, Simmondley
Cook Miss Martha, Heath
Cooper Caleb, Chisworth
Cooper George, Dinting
Cooper Jesse, Chisworth
Crossland Jno. Deep clough, Padfield
Darwent Luke, Betting hill
Dewsnap Joseph, Hargate hill, Charlesworth
Dixon Peter, Pillott, Simmondley
Drinkwater Willm. Charlesworth
Fox Thos. Tor side, Padfield
Garside Jno. Whitfield green
Garside Joseph, Lees hall
Goddard James, Padfield
Goddard Jph. Little Padfield
Goddard William, Chunal
Goodwin Thomas, Back lane, Charlesworth
Hadfield Charles, Hague st
Hadfield Chas. Simmondley
Hadfield Geo. Charlesworth
Hadfield John, Chunal
Hague William, Dinting
Hampson Robert, 3 Hague st, Whitfield
Handford John, Charlesworth
Handford Robt. Charlesworth
Harrobin Philip, Stockhall farm, Charlesworth
Harrop Miss Jemima, Castle hill
Higginbotham Mrs. Ann, Chunal
Higginbotham Hugh, Rose farm, Simmondley
Higginbotham Isaac,Charlesworth
Higginbotham Saml. Charlesworth
Higginbotham Robt. Chisworth
Hill Mrs. Jane, Simmondley
Hill Mrs. Mary, Whitfield
Holroyd Timothy, Gamesley farm, Charlesworth
Hollas Jonathan, Chisworth
Horrobin P. Charlesworth
Howard John, Ashes
Howard Thos. 43 Primrose lane
Howe Thomas, Heath
Hurst William, Simmondley
Jackson Hy. Charlesworth
Jackson James, Sandy lane, Chisworth
Jackson Jph. Charlesworth
Jackson Levi, Hobroyd
Jackson Peter, Padfield
Jackson Thomas, Padfield
Jackson Wm. Charlesworth
Knott Samuel, Simmondley
Longden Alfred, Wimberry hall
Longden John, Lane end
Loxley John, Kiln lane, Hadfield
Marsden Mrs. H. Gamesley
Marshall Thos. Simmondley
Massey John, Charlesworth
Neild Joseph, Charlesworth
Nield Dan, 2 Hague street, Whitfield
Ogden Chas. H. Charlesworth
Oldfield Mark, Deep clough, Padfield
Parkin Henry, Hargate hill
Parkin Henry, Charlesworth
Pemberton Joseph, Royal gt
Platt Benjamin, Dinting
Platt Thomas, Dinting
Platt William, Dinting
Priestnal Jeremiah, Chunal
Redford John, Simmondley
Reece James, Chisworth
Robinson John, Simmondley
Robinson Joseph, Chisworth
Robinson Joseph (Exors. of), Gnat Hole farm
Robinson Robert, Hague st
Robinson Miss Sarah A., Chunal
Rowbottom Moses, Charlesworth
Salt Alfred, Chisworth
Sargentson James, Padfield
Shepherd James, Ashes
Sheppard Robt. 33 Station road, Hadfield
Shepley William, Chunal
Sidebottom Saml. Pike's Ln, Whitfield
Sidebottom Thos. Chisworth
Smith John, Charlesworth
Stears Mrs. Martha, Deep clough, Padfield
Steele Bowden, Hargate hill
Taylor John, Ashes
Taylor Thomas, Hadfield rd
Thornley Mrs. H., Gamesley, Charlesworth
Thornley Mrs. Jane, Gamesley, Charles worth
Thornley James, Gamesley, Charlesworth
Thornley James, Hague st
Thornley James, Chisworth
Thornley J., Jun. Chisworth
Thornley Mrs. Sophia, Chisworth
Thornley Wm. Simmondley
Tomlinson Miss Mary, Turn lee farm
Tomlinson Miss Mary, Simmondley
Walker Thomas, Main street, Charlesworth
Whittaker William, Gamesley, Charlesworth
Waterhouse Aaron, Ashes
Wild William, Charlesworth
Wood Jas. Windy harbour
Wood John, Chunal
Wood Sml. Simmondley
Wood Saml. Hobroyd
Wyatt Cephas, Blackshaw
Wyld James, Nook
Collier James, 34 High street West
Foy Anthony, Victoria st, Whitfield
Goddard Joseph, 114 High st West
Furniture Dealers and Brokers.
Bennett Thomas, Station rd, Hadfield
Ernill Cephas, 197 High st West
Heys Jonathan, Gladstone st
Howard W. 87 High st West
Hurst Wm. 15 High st West
Lockwood Elliott, 40 Station road, Hadfield
Mason Joseph, Charles st
Rolley Abel, Bank st, Hadfield. (See advertisement)
Stafford John, Gladstone st
Worsley Henry, 41 Bross croft, Hadfield
Gas Fitters.
Cheetham Thos. W. 5 Station road, Hadfield. (See advt.)
Dawson Wm. Station road, Hadfield
Hampshire Wm. 71 Station road, Hadfield
Merry James, 34 High st East
Wright W. S. Station road, Hadfield
General Dealers.
Higginbottom Jas. 43 High street West
Hoyland Benjn. and Henry, 51 Bross croft, Hadfield. (See advertisement,)
Hurst Wm. 15 High st West
Shepley Thos. 2 Norfolk st
Wood William, Queen street
Greengrocers and Fruiterers.
Armitage John, Jun. 82 High street West
Ashton Richard, 129 High street East
Brooks Wm. 3 Railway st
Dakin Ezekiel, 98 Station rd, Hadfield
Dewsnap Jas. 26 High street East
Eversden Wm. 2 Railway st
Fielding James, Norfolk st
Goddard Mrs. Ellen, High st West
Goddard Jno. Edwin, 96 High street West
Goddard Joseph, 114 High st West
Green John, 130 High street West
Hadfield Joseph, Norfolk st
Hollingworth Jeremiah, 12 High street East
Jakeman John, Waterside Ln, Hadfield
Senior Elijah, Station road, Hadfield
Turner James, Charlesworth
Wilde Mrs. Mary, 46 High st West
Grocers, Tea and Provision Dealers.
Adshead Joseph, Gamesley road, Charlesworth
Armitage Chas. H. 93 High street West
Ashton James, Chisworth
Ashton William, 58 Main rd, Hadfield
Ashton Geo. King st. Whitfield
Atkinson Wm. 113 High st West
Band Henry, 76 High street East
Barber James, Hope street
Barker William, 68 Main rd, Hadfield
Barnes Wm. High st West
Bennett Robert. Freetown
Benton William, Prince’s st, St. Mary’s road
Booth Joe, Waterside, Hadfield
Booth Joseph, Charlesworth
Bottomley Wm. H. 16 High street East
Bowden Jph. 36 Church st
Bradbury George, 339 High street West
Bradbury Joseph, 33 Bank bottom, Hadfield
Bradbury Mrs. Martha, 1 Charlestown rd, Hadfield
Bradbury William, Bank bottom, Hadfield
Braddock Robert, 68 High st West
Bradshaw Jas. 109 Main rd
Bridge Hannah, Sarah, and Lois, 211 High st East
Broadbent John, 10 Bross Croft, Hadfield
Butterworth Hens haw, 1 Waterside, Hadfield
Chadwick John, 329 High street West
Collier Chas. 5 High street West and Hadfield
Collinge James, 6 Waterside, Hadfield
Creswell Joseph. 1 Wellgate
Cooper Moses. Main street, Charlesworth
Co-Operative Stores, Chisworth - Thos. Hallas, sec.
Dawson James, Dinting vale
Denton Eli, 110 St. Mary’s rd
Dixon Geo. Hy. 34 Edward st
Downing Wm. 79 Dinting vale
Eastham James, C. Padfield
Egerton Wm. 29 Dinting vale
Elliott Samuel, 273 High st West
Ellis William. 134 Woolley Bridge. Hadfield
Eversden William, 58 Waterside, Hadfield. and Railway Street and Brookfield
Eversden Wm. 2 Railway st
Fielding Wm. Padfield
Ford Wm. (tea dealer) 76 Freetown
France Joe, 123 High street West
Garlick James. 69 Charlestown road. Whitfield
Garlick Joseph, 66 High st East
Gill Wright, 67 Station road, Hadfield
Glossop Dale New Industrial Co-Operative Society (Limited), Norfolk square - Wm. Walton, manager
Goldsmith James Henry, Prince's street
Graham Mrs. S. 16 Hall st
Green Eli, 70 Freetown
Hadfield Eli, 105, High st East
Hatfield Equitable Co-Operative Society (Limited) Station road - Isaac Gandy manager
Hampson Mrs. Nancy, 24 Chapel street
Harrison Chas. S. 122 High street West
Harrison William, 72 Woolley Bridge, Hadfield
Hawkins John (tea dealer), Long lane, Charlesworth
Helm Brian, 36 High street East
Howard Joseph, 27 Charlestown road, Whitfield
Johnson Thos. Station road, Hadfield
Kenworthy John, 11 and 13 Edward street
Lambert John, 148, Victoria street, Whitfield
Lee Mrs. Ann, Woolley Bridge, Hadfield
Linney Mrs. Elizabeth, 110 High street East
Lister Wm. H. Freetown
Lowe Charles Edward, 102 High street West
Marsden Thos. Church st
Mellor John, High street and Victoria street
Morton Mrs. Ann.84 Charlestown road
Moss Robert, Charlesworth
Newton Geo. Bernard street
Nield Thos. 49 Norfolk st
Nield Thos. Kiln Ln, Hadfield
Nutter Robert, 10 Gladstone street, Whitfield
Ollerenshaw Robt. Queen st
Pickford John, 112 Victoria street, Whitfield
Platt Benjn. 5 & 7 Milltown
Platt James, 184 High street West
Platt Mrs. Jane, 104 Woolley Bridge, Hadfield
Platt John, 20 Church street
Pownall Thos. Victoria street Whitfield
Riley James, 21 Gladstone st Whitfield
Robinson Thos. Charlesworth
Robinson Thos. Charlestown
Sandiford Anthony, 228 High street West
Shawcross Jph. 43 Edward st
Shephard Abraham, High street East
Sheppard Robt. 29, Norfolk st
Siddall Mrs. Elizth. Hadfield
Sutton Thos. Station road, Hadfield
Smith Alfred, 41 High street West
Smith Ellis, 26 Gladstone st, Whitfield
Smith Thos. 71 High street West
Stafford Wm. Hy. 23 High street West
Sykes Joshua, 9 Hope street, Old Glossop
Sykes Thomas, 6 Wellgate
Sykes Wm. 7 Norfolk square
Thornley Miss Betty, Charlestown road, Whitfield
Thornley Eli, Chisworth
Thorp Wm. 50 Church st
Varley Joseph, Charlesworth
Varley Joseph, Chisworth
Waterhouse John, 78 Victoria street, Whitfield
Wharmby John, Brookfield, Hadfield
Whiteley James, Brookfield, Hadfield
Wood Samuel, Station road, Hadfield
Wharmby Wm. Charlestown road
Whiteley Jas. 32 Brookfield
Wild Walter, Padfield
Williamson Wm. 32 High st East
Willis Harriet, Commercial Buildings, Charlestown
Wood Isaiah, Church street Wood John, 25 High street West
Wood Saml. 13 Charles st
Woodcock Ebnzr. 150 High street West
Woodcock Geo. 267 High st West
Woodcock Lot, 49 and 51 Victoria street
Woolley T. 61 High street West
Worsley Henry (tea dealer), 40 Brosscroft, Hadfield
Wright Peter, 127 Victoria st
Wright Saml. 133 Hall st
Wright Thomas James, 72 High street West
Hairdressers and Perfumers.
Barber Albert, 8 Norfolk st
Barber Isaiah, Bank bottom, Hadfield
Bunting Jph. 13 Victoria st
McKalvey Richard, 32 High street
West Slater Thos. 138 High street West
Wilson Joseph, 124 High st East
Cooke Jno. High st West
Hall John, 21 Town Hall buildings
Hall Mrs. John and Son. 99 High street West
Hardware Dealer.
Bramhall Mrs. Grace, 86 High street West
Hay and Straw Dealer
Roworth Benj. 51 The Cross, Hadfield
Hearse and Mourning Coach Proprietors.
Crompton & Elliott, Surrey street
Wood George, 17 Charles st
Hide and Skin Dealer.
Shepley Thomas, Main street Charlesworth
Hosiers & Haberdashers
Bennett Thos. Station road, Hadfield
Fletcher Joseph, 61 High st East
Hadfield Thos. 29 High street West
Hall Mrs. John and Son, 99 High street West
Housley Thomas, 57 High st West
Kenyon Mrs. Nancy, 108 Brookfield
Lee Squire, 41 Station road, Hadfield
Potts Brothers, 11 High st West
Sheppard Robt. 33 Station road, Hadfield
Swire Wm. 2 & 4 Victoria st
Woodcock Miss Annie, 8 High street East
Hotels, Inns, & Tavern.
Albion Inn—Jas. Whitehead, Victoria street
Beehive Inn—John Trueman, 35 Hague street. (See advertisement')
Bridge Inn—James Walton, Market street
Bull’s Head—John Horne, Charlesworth
Commercial Hotel—Thomas Hayes, Hall st, Sheffield rd
Commercial Hotel—Thomas Woodruff, Bank bottom, Hadfield — John Saxon, manager
Commercial Inn—John Taylor, Charlestown
Commercial Inn—John Taylor, Simmondley
Commercial Inn—Mrs. Maria Woodhouse, Feeding heigh, Chisworth
Crown Inn—George Farley, Victoria street
Drovers Inn—Mrs. M. Buckley, Charlestown road, Simmondley
Globe Inn—Joseph Wright, High street West
George and Dragon—Wm. Davenport, Charlesworth
Grapes Inn—John Charlesworth, High street West
Grey Mare Inn — Thomas Davenport, Charlesworth
Greyhound Inn—Mrs. Sarah Sykes, 7 Hope street
Grouse Inn—Wm. Goddard, Chunal
Hare and Hounds — Mrs. Frances Millicent Pratt, Hall street
Horseshoe Inn—Jas. Hampson, Chunal
Howard Arms—John Beeley, High street East
Junction Inn—Tom Dutton, High street West
Magnet Inn — Miss Sarah Boulton, Gamesley
Manor Inn—Charles Regan, High street East
Market Hotel—Geo. Littlewood, Market street
Norfolk Arms Hotel and Posting House—Mrs. Ann Whittaker, High st West
Palatine Commercial Hotel— Joseph Robinson, Hadfield, (See advertisement)
Peel’s Arms—Jas. Bennett, Padfield
Pear Tree Inn—John Ford, High street. (See advt.)
Plough Inn — John Nield, Dinting vale. (See advt.)
Queen’s Arms—Chas. Beresford, Old Glossop
Rose and Crown — Joseph Collier, High street West
Royal Oak—George Winterbottom, Sheffield road
Spinners Arms—Jph. Jolly, Main road, Hadfield
Spread Eagle—John William Hadfield, Woolley bridge, Hadfield
Station Inn—Abel Harrison, Norfolk street. (See advt.)
Surrey Arms—Danl. Gerard, Victoria street
Surrey Arms—William Hall, High street West
Talbot Inn—Joseph Sellers, Hall lane
Viaduct Inn—Samuel Wagstaffe, Dinting vale
Victoria Inn—Joseph Braddock, Bross croft, Hadfield
Iron & Brassfounder.
Blackwell Saml. George st
Dearnaley Thomas, 121 High street West
McKnight Thomas, 1 High street East
Merry James, 34 High street East
Shepley Thomas, 2 Norfolk street
Wright William S. Station road, Hadfield
Iron and Tinplate Workers.
Darwent John, 5 Victoria st
Hampshire Wm. 71 Station road, Hadfield
Lawton John. Wellgate
Plant Wm. Victoria street
Wright Wm. S. Station road Hadfield
Metal Broker.
Oldgate Wm. 33 St. Mary’s road
Collier Charles, Padfield
Malkin Samuel, Corn street
Milliners and Dressmakers.
Ashcroft Mrs. Mary, 14 High street East
Bamford and Barber, 80 High street West
Band Miss Martha A. 127 High street East
Barratt Mrs. Jane, 73 High street East
Benton Miss Mary, 94 St. Mary's road
Bramhall Thomas, 12 High street West
Chattell Mrs. Charlotte, Hadfield road
Higginbottom John S. 17 High street West
Hurst Miss Sophia, M. Charles street
Ingram Wm. 1 Norfolk sq
Kenny Mrs. Margaret, 69 Norfolk street
Kenyon Mrs. Nancy, 108 Brookfield
Leech John Thomas, 100 High street West
Newton The Misses Mary and Elizabeth, 2 Fitzallan street
Purser Miss Sarah Ann, 6 Norfolk street
Ringwood Mrs. Elizabeth, 239 High street West
Siddle Mrs. Ann, 9 St. Mary’s road
Siddall Miss Elizabeth, 63 Bross croft, Hadfield
Smith Miss Ellen, 69 High street East
Statham Mrs. Mary, 15 Norfolk street
Street Mrs. Sarah A. 14 King street
Booth Hinchcliffe, Bank bottom. Hadfield
Goodwin William, 23 High street East
Newton Wm. 2 Fitzallan st
Nutter John, 213 High street West
Schofield C. and Son, Norfolk square
Waterhouse Jonathan. 74 Victoria street, Whitfield
Woodhead Joseph, Bank st, Hadfield
Woodhead D. 50 High street West
Glossop Dale Chronicle, offices 18 Norfolk street; published every Saturday for the proprietors, The “Glossop Dale Chronicle” Printing Co., by James H. Goldsmith. (See advt.)
North Derbyshire and North Cheshire Advertiser, offices Howard st. Glossop, and Station rd. Hadfield; published every Saturday - T. A. Pettit, proprietor. (See advertisement)
Nurserymen, Seedsmen, and Florists.
Booth Thos. Flower gardens, Charlesworth
Holden Wm. and Brothers, 17 Fitzallan street
Oil and Tallow Merchants.
Gill James, Sheffield road
Winterbottom John, Moorside house
Quin John, 62 Station road
Paper Stainers.
Olive and Partington, Dover mills
Paper Manufacturers.
Olive and Partington, Turn Lee mills
Buckley Joseph, 13 High st West
Hampson Thomas, Station road, Hadfield
Bunting Joseph H. 120 Victoria street, Whitfield
Cox John, Hadfield
Peasland Henry, High street West
Hunt William, Sheffield road
Mackenzie Duncan J. 64 High street West
Pianoforte and Music Warehouses.
Beresford Charles, 1 Shepley street
Lister William Henry, 3 & 5 Freetown. (See advt.)
Robinson Joseph, 59 Station road, Hadfield
Shaw Edwin, 11 and 22 High street East (See advt.)
Warhurst Saml. 138 Station road, Hadfield
Wood Eli, 42 Arundel street
Picker and Picker Band Manufacturers.
Lyne Wm. and Sons, Simmondley
Harrison Robert and Sons, Hall street
Ollerenshaw Jno. Spire Hollin
Sykes Jonathan, Charlesworth
Sykes Thomas B. Gamesley, Charlesworth
Plate Dealers.
Hoy land Benjamin and Hy. 51 Bross croft
Plumbers, Glaziers, Painters, and Paperhangers.
Bradbury Wm. 11 Norfolk sq
Cheetham Thomas William 5 Station road, Hadfield (See advertisement)
Darwent John, 5 Victoria st
Dawson William, Station rd, Hadfield
Dutton Tom, High st West
Holdgate James, 149 High street West
Robinson Geo. 62 High street West
Pork Butchers.
Bennett Robert, Station rd, Hadfield
Bowden Geo. 10 Norfolk sq
Siddal Geo. 112 High street West
Potato Merchants.
Ashton Robert, Charlesworth
Goddard Joseph, 114 High street West
Glossop Dale Chronicle Printing Co. - J. H. Goldsmith, manager and editor. (See advertisement)
Irlam Wm. Henry. High st West
Pettit Thos. A. Howard St (See advertisement)
Schofield C. and Son, 6 Norfolk square
Woodhead D. 50 High street West
Professors & Teachers.
Beresford Chas. 1 Shepley st
Fairclough Walter R.(music) 116 Victoria st, Whitfield
Fryer Miss Mary (music) Lord street
Roller Coverer.
Lyne Robt. 4 St. Mary's rd
Rope and Twine Manufacturers.
Booth George and Sons, Charlesworth
Booth John & Son, Charlesworth
Jackson John, Charlesworth
Jackson Levi, Holroyd
Saddlers and Harness Makers.
Bowers Thos. 74 High street West (See advertisement)
Jackson Isaac, 70 High street West
Kelsall Wm. Church street
Saw Mill Proprietors.
Garside Cyrus, Surrey st
Warhurst Caleb, 138 Station road Hadfield
Seed Merchants.
Booth John, 9 High st East
Kinder Hy. 83 High street West
Proctor Robert, 7 High st West
Rosson John H. 1 High st West
Sewing Machine Dealer
Rolley Abel, Bank street, Hadfield. {See advt.)
Ashton Mrs. Hannah, 30 Edward street
Bamford Wm. 11 Freetown
Barker Luke. 70 Victoria st
Barker Wm. Main road
Bingham Thos. Padfield
Blakley Jas. 11 Primrose Ln
Bowden Saml. 199 High st
Bowden William, Padfield
Bradbury John, 18 Whitfield Cross
Dearneley Jno. 9 Chapel st
Dewsnap Edward, 23 Main road, Hadfield
Ford Joseph, Gladstone st
Hardron Mrs. Margaret, 50 Main road, Hadfield
Hargreaves Thos. Chapel st
Harrison Thos. Ten houses, Chisworth
Harrop James, 9 Freetown
Leach George, 63 Station rd Hadfield
Lyne George, 86 Brookfield
Marsden Elijah, 73 Hall st
Meadowcroft Mrs. Ann, Charlesworth
Mellor Wm. 7 Station road, Hadfield
Minshull Chas. 10 Chapel st
Moss Joseph, Brookfield
Oldham Thos. 197 High st East
Platt Mrs. Ann, 100 Station road, Hadfield
Platt Joe, 12 Chapel street
Pogson Joseph, 42 High st East
Pownall Mrs. Mary, Gladstone street
Priestnall John, Gladstone st
Richardson Mrs. Mary A. 39, Primrose lane
Robbins Mrs. Sarah, King’s highway
Robinson Thos. Simmondley
Shufflebottom Joseph, Station road, Hadfield
Taylor James, Long lane
Thompson Jph Padfield
Waterhouse Mrs. Hannah, 19 Victoria street
Wharmby John, 44, Brookfield
Willis Mrs. Harriet, Simmondley
Wood Mrs. Sarah A. 61 Hague street, Whitfield
Silversmiths & Jewellers
Buckley Joseph, 13 High st West
Fielding Enoch, 24 High st West
Hamnet James & Son, 14a High street East
Hoyland Benjn. & Henry, 51 Bross croft, Hadfield
Spencer Geo. 34 Cross street
Skip Makers.
(See Basket and Sleep Makers.)
Harrison Robert and Sons, Hall street
Ollerenshaw Jno. Spire Hollin
Sykes Jonthn. Charlesworth
Sykes Thomas B. Gamesley, Charlesworth
Smallware Dealers.
Housley Thos. 57 High street West
Taylor Wm. 191 High street East
Soda Water, Lemonade and Ginger Beer Manufacturer.
Higginbottom Joseph, Simmondley springs. (See advt)
Stone & Marble Masons.
Bamford Wm. 11 Freetown
Ellis Michael, Surrey street
Fielding Chas. 35 Whitfield cross
Hollingworth and Higginbotham, Chunal
Rowbottom Alfred, Howard street. (See advertisement)
Rowbottom Isaac, Lee vale, Charlesworth
Thornley Jph. Charlesworth
Stone Merchants.
Hampson Thomas. Talbot rd
Hudson Ralph, 76 Victoria st, Whitfield
Lomas Robt. Howard street
Trueman John, 35 Hague st. (See advertisement)
Woodhead Matthew, 13 Hope street
Woolliscroft Hy. Long lane, Charlesworth
Straw Bonnet Maker.
Hurst Miss S. M. Charles st
Ellison Thos. M. Ellison st
Hibbert John and Joseph, Norfolk square
Andrew Albert, 14 High st West
Davis Chas. 6 Norfolk square
Howard Wm. W. Norfolk st
Hunt William, Sheffield road
Mackenzie Duncan J. 64 High street West
Rhodes John D. 103 Victoria street
Rhodes James, Victoria st
Tailors and Woollen Drapers.
Cooper Joseph, Main street, Charlesworth
Cooper Moses and Son, 24 High street East
Dickson Thos. Gamesley rd, Charlesworth
Goodwin Thos. Charlesworth
Haigh & Beaumont, Station road
Hall John, 21 Town Hall buildings
Hall Mrs. John and Son, 99 High street West
Hall Robert, Church street
Harris John, 76 Station road, Hadfield
Kelly Jas. 19 High st West
Lowe William, Gladstone st
McMellon Wm. 18 High st West
McWilliam John, 11 Norfolk street
Mather Squire, High st West
Nelson Samuel, Station road, Hadfield
O’Brian Michl. 34 Arundel st
Shaw G. A. 88 High st West
Shaw John, Gamesley road, Charlesworth
Wright Edwin, Norfolk sq
Temperance Hotel.
Booth Edwin, Station road, Hadfield
Timber Merchants.
Bowden Wm. Bernard street
Garside Cyrus, Surrey st
Tin Foil Manufacturers
Olive and Partington, Dover Mills
Band George S. 122 High st East
Davis Bros. Market bldgs. - Geo. Cooper, agent
Jackson Rowland, 4 High st East
McKalvey Richard, 32 High street West
Mainwaring John B. High st West
Rodgers Richard, Town Hall buildings
Walton M. 7 High st East
Wright Thos. J. 72 High st West
Tobacco Manufacturers
Davis Bros. Market bldngs. - Geo. Cooper, agent
Toy and Fancy Repositories.
Schofield C. and Son, Norfolk square
Smith Mrs. Sarah, 55 High street East
Thornley Taylor, Station rd, Hadfield
Tripe Dressers.
Bates Mrs. Harriet, Hadfield place, Whitfield
Bowden John, Collier street, Whitfield
Umbrella Makers.
Ashton Matthew, 44 High street West
Barber Albert, 8 Norfolk st
Drinkwater J. High st West
Field Hy. 24 Charlestown rd
Graham Mrs. S. 16 Hall st
Ingram Zachariah. 11 Woolley bridge, Hadfield
Crompton & Elliott, 26 High street West
Wood Geo. 17 Charles street
Wood James. Padfield
Watch and Clockmakers
Barber Albert, Town Hall buildings
Barber Saml. High st West
Fielding Enoch, 24 High st West
Hamnet James and Son, 14a High street East
Orme Wm. 62 High st East
Spencer George, 34 Cross st
Thornley Taylor, Station rd, Hadfield
Thornley James and Samuel, Charlesworth
Thornley William and Son, Charlesworth
Wood James, Charles street
Wood John, Lane head Charlesworth
Wine and Spirit Merchants.
Collier Charles, 5 High street West; and Hadfield
Higginbottom Jph. Simmondley springs. (See advert.)
Percival David, 8 Norfolk ter
Woollen Manufacturers
Robinson Joseph (Exors. of), Gnat Hole mill

Miss Betty Kaye Woodhead, Postmistress.
Letters delivered at 7.20 a.m., 3 p.m., and 5 p.m.; on Sundays at 8.20a.m. Only
Letter Box cleared for dispatch at 10 a.m., 1.20. p.m., and 7.30 p.m.; on Sundays at 7.30 p.m. only Money Orders granted and paid and Savings’ Bank and Annuity business transacted from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Post Office is open for the transaction of general business from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.; on Sundays from 8 to 10 a.m. Telegraph Office open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on week-days only
County Magistrates usually attending Petty Sessions.
Francis J. Sumner, Esq.
John Wood, Esq.
Samuel Wood, Esq.
W. H. Turner, Esq.
D. C. Potter, Esq.
Tom Harrop Sidebottom, Esq.
Thomas Rhodes, Esq.
Frederick Buckley, Esq.
William Shepley, Esq.
Clerk to the Magistrates—Thomas Michael Ellison
The Magistrates meet every three weeks on a Thursday, at 10.30 a.m.
Borough Magistrates.
Samuel Wood, Esq.
Joseph Stafford, Esq.
Francis J. Sumner, Esq.
William Shepley, Esq.
Frederick Buckley, Esq.
Thomas Rhodes, Esq.
Clerk to the Magistrates—Thos. Michael Ellison
The Magistrates meet every Monday, at 2.30 p.m.

Mayor—Samuel Rowbottom Esq.
All Saints Ward: James Shepley, William Smith
St. James's Ward: Joseph Stafford, Edward Woolley
Hadfield Ward: James Sidebottom, Henry Buckley
Joshua Beeley, Samuel Rowbottom, John Hadfield, John Mellor, Luke Darwent, John Rowbottom, Joseph Collier, George Wilson, William M’Mellon, Timothy Holroyd, Edward Partington, Samuel Wood ,Thomas Platt, William Platt, John Roberts, William Dawson, William Sidebottom, William S. Rhodes
Rev. J. D. Knowles, M.A., Rev. C. B. Ward, M.A., Canon Tasker, Joseph Stafford, Charles John Hadfield, Samuel Robinson, William Williamson, John Hadfield ,William Kelsall
Treasurer—Francis Hawke
Registrar—Robert Winterbottom
Clerk—Thomas M. Ellison
Manchester and Liverpool District Bank (branch of)—Open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; on Saturdays close at 1 p.m. (draw on Smith, Payne, and Smiths, London)—W. H. Hollingberry, manager
Glossop Dale Savings Bank. Town Hall— Open on Saturdays from 12 to 1, and 5 to 7 p.m.—Charles John Hadfield, actuary
Glossop Dale Chronicle, Offices, 18 Norfolk street; published every Saturday for the proprietors, the Glossop Dale Printing Company, by James H. Goldsmith. (See advertisement.)
North Derbyshire and North Cheshire Advertiser, (Offices, Howard street, Glossop; and Station road, Hadfield; published every Saturday—T. A. Pettit, proprietor. (See advertisement)
Borough Police Station, Ellison street—Wm. Henry Hodson, head constable
County Court Office, 12 Norfolk square— Thomas Ellison, Esq., judge; John Hibbert, registrar and high bailiff; J. W. Bolton, assistant registrar and deputy high bailiff; Robert Murray, clerk. The district comprises the following places :—Armfield. Brownside, Charlesworth, Chisworth, Chunal, Crowden, Dinting, Gamesley, Glossop, Hadfield, Hayfield, Hollingworth, Kinder, Padfield, Phoeside, Rhodes, Rowarth, Saltersbrook, Simmondley, Torside, Waterside, Whitfield. Woodhead, Woolley Bridge, Tintwistle.
Conservative Club, Norfolk Street—Joseph Buckley, secretary
Cottage Hospital, Shaw Street—Miss Ellen Tarbock, matron
Estate Office, Spire Hollin—Francis Hawke, agent
Gas Company, Arundel Street—Samuel Robinson, chairman; James Dalgliesh, manager: Joshua Sidebotham, cashier; Peter Sidebottom collector; William Wake, law clerk
Inland Revenue Office, “Norfolk Arms,”— A. J. Simms, officer
Inspector of Lodging Houses, Food and Drug Act, and Cattle Diseases—William Hy. Hodgson
Kershaw's Institute, Kershaw Street
Liberal Club, Henry Street—Hy. E. Evason, secretary
Liberal Club, Bank Street, Hadfield—E Rothwell, room-keeper
Sisters of Charity of St. Paul, 7 Main Road, Hadfield
Stamp Office, High Street West—Henry Kinder, sub-distributor
Union Workhouse—John Beeley, master; Mrs. Mary Beeley, matron; John Wood Bowden, relieving officer ; Thos. S. Bowden, clerk; William Wardlow Howard and James Rhodes, medical officers
Water Works—Francis Hawke, manager; J. Garner, mains inspector; G. Williamson, collector
Assistant Overseer—John Swan
Borough Surveyor—James Nuttall
Clerk to the Turnpike Commissioners — Michael Joseph Ellison, Sheffield
Clerk to the Sanitary Authority—Thomas S. Bowden
Collector of Income Tax and Watch and Lighting Rate—G. Williamson
Collector of Poor and Highway Rates—E. Hadfield
Coroner—Robert Bennett, Buxton
Head Constable—William Henry Hodgson
Inspector of Nuisances—Samuel Dean
Inspector of Weights and Measures—Wm. Henry Hodgson
Road Surveyor—John Jackson
Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages— Thomas Swindells Bowden
Superintendent Registrar—H. Barber
All Saints Parish Church—Rev. John Dickinson Knowles, M.A., vicar
St. Andrew's Church, Hadfield—Rev. Joseph Hadfield, vicar
St. James’ Church. Whitfield—Rev. Charles Bruce Ward, M.A., vicar
Congregational Chapel, Mount Pleasant, St. Mary’s road
Congregational Chapel, Littlemoor, Gladstone street, Whitfield
Particular Baptist Chapel, Gamesley road, Charlesworth
Primitive Methodist Chapel, Shrewsbury st
Primitive Methodist Chapel, Mount Pleasant, Charlesworth
Roman Catholic (All Saint’s)—Rev. Canon Tasker, priest
Roman Catholic (St. Charles Borromeo), Hadfield—Rev. Edward Hickey, priest
Unitarian Chapel, Fitzallan street
United Methodist Chapel
United Methodist Chapel, Whitfield
United Methodist Chapel, Hadfield
Wesleyan Chapel, Howard street
Wesleyan Chapel, Old Glossop
Wesleyan Chapel, Chisworth
Wesleyan Chapel, Bank street, Hadfield
Wesleyan Chapel, Padfield
Wesleyan New Connexion Chapel, Dinting
Wesleyan Reformers, Howard street
Grammar School, Old Glossop—William Mitchell, master; Mrs. Emma Mitchell, mistress
British School, Charlesworth—Josiah Bower, master
Congregational School (Littlemoor), King st —Miss Martha Dyas, mistress
Hague’s Endowed School, Whitfield—Mrs. Jane Ford, mistress
Infant School, Waterside, Hadfield—Miss Jane Hall, mistress
National School (St. John’s)—Thos. Shaw, master
National School, Hadfield—Alfred Walker master; Miss Walker, Miss Barber and Miss Lewis, assistants
National School, Dinting
National School, Whitfield
Sisters of Charity of St. Paul (St- Paul‘s Convent)—Mrs. Thompson, lady superior
Unitarian School, Fitzallan street—Miss Curtis Pyle, mistress
Wesleyan School, High street
Wesleyan School, Old Glossop
Wesleyan, Hadfield road, Hadfield—Rothwell, master
Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway (Glossop Station)—Edwd. Douglas Whitely, station master
Hadfield Station — Richard Brotherton, stationmaster
Dinting Station—William Charlesworth, stationmaster

HAYFIELD is a township and chapelry in Glossop parish, comprising the hamlets of Great Hamlet, Kinder, and Phoeside, in Hayfield union, containing, by the census of 1871, 2,460 inhabitants, and 11,309 acres, in the deanery of Castleton, archdeaconry of Derby, diocese of Lichfield, hundred of High Peak, North Derbyshire; 3 miles from New Mills, 4 north from Chapel-en-le-Frith. 5 miles south from Glossop, and 11 south-east from Stockport, on the Midland, and Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railways, which have a joint station here. The perpetual curacy is valued at £175 per annum, and is in the incumbency of the Rev. Raymond Ricketts Ricketts, and the patronage of the resident freeholders. The church, dedicated to St. Matthew, is in the style of the 14th century, and consists of nave, chancel, and tower, with six bells. In the interior is a handsome monument to the late Joseph Haigh, Esq., with bust (by Bacon).
The Primitive, United, and Wesleyan Methodists have places of worship here. There is a National School for children of both sexes, which has an endowment. The manufactures of cotton and paper and cotton printing are carried on here. There is a Reading Room and Library. There are charitable bequests producing £23 per annum, which are annually expended in clothing. Cattle fairs are held on the 12th May and 10th October annually. The Duke of Devonshire, Francis James Sumner, Esq., D.L., J.P., and John Slack, Esq., are the chief owners of the soil, the first-named being lord of the manor.
Birch Vale contains the extensive print works of Messrs. John Bennett and Son, around which a village has lately sprung up.
Barrowby John, Esq., Shude hill
Bennett Mrs. Betty E., Highgate head
Bennett Frederick, Esq , Nether haigh
Bennett Mrs. Mary, Birch Vale house
Bennett Thomas, Esq., Heathfield house
Greenwood, Mr. George
Hall Mrs., Moorland house
Hollingworth William, Birch vale
McGregor Mrs. Mary, Fisher’s lane
Marriott Mr. Robert
Marriott Mr. Thomas
Marshall Mrs. Sarah, Church street
Midwood Frederick, Esq.
Ricketts Rev. Raymond Ricketts, vicar of St. Matthew's, The Vicarage
Slack Mr. John, Oaklands
Summer Francis James, Esq., D.L., J.P., East View house, and Park hall
Taylor Mr. William
Turner Mr. Frederick, Spring villas, Birch vale
Turner Mr. John, Spring villas. Birch vale
Waterhouse Mrs. Rebecca, Nether End villas, Chapel-en-le-Frith road
Wimpenny Abel B., Esq., Oak villa
[h. signifies private residence.]
Ashton Brothers and Co., cotton manufacturers, Little Hayfield—Jph Turner, manager
Ashton John, farmer, Long Lee
Bennett John and Sons, calico printers, Birch Vale Print Works
Bennett Joseph, colliery proprietor, Westwood, Birch vale
Bennett Thomas, colliery proprietor, Birch vale
Booth Joseph, clogger, Market street
Bowden Joseph, farmer, Highgate farm
Bowden Tom. farmer and estate agent, Little Hayfield
Bradbury Augustus, grocer, draper, and shoe dealer, Post Office, Birch vale
Bradbury Matthew, greengrocer, Church St
Brocklehurst Eli, farmer, Little ridge
Brocklehurst John, farmer, Shude hill
Brocklehurst Thomas, blacksmith and farmer, Jumble farm
Brocklehurst Wright, chemist, grocer, and sub postmaster. Church street
Brown Wm., “Bull s Head ” inn, Church st
Chadderton Isaac, butcher, Chapel street
Chadderton Mrs. Mary, milliner, Chapel St
Charlesworth Geo., grocer, Little Hayfield
Chatterton Mr., surgeon
Clayton James, “Grouse” inn, Birch vale
Critchlow Wm., furniture dealer, Jumble
Ellis Benjamin, general smith, Market st
Eyre Geo., butcher and grocer, Church st
Eyre Thomas, chemist
Fox Adam, farmer, Highgate Head farm
Garside Luke, tea dealer, seedsman, and stationer, Church street
GARSIDE ROBERT, grocer and tea dealer, Chapel terrace
Gee John Fox, assistant overseer and collector of taxes
Gee Joseph, beer retailer, Fisher's lane
Gee William, butcher, Church street
Goddard Joel, farmer, Shude Hill farm
Goddard Joseph, grocer, Church street
Goodwin Thomas, beer retailer, Church st
Graham Richard, “Sycamore” inn, Birch vale
Greenwood George, draper, High street
Hadfield Charles, farmer, Birch vale
Hadfield George, boot and shoemaker, Church street
Hadfield Jas., boot and shoemaker, Church street
Hampson John, wheelwright, Church st
Handford Joseph, grocer, draper, and beer retailer, Chapel street
Hayfield Equitable Co-Operative and Industrial Society (Limited), grocers, tailors, and drapers, Fisher’s lane—Robt. Barber, manager
Hayfield Printing Co.—A. B. Wimpenny, manager
Helps Mrs. Sarah Jane, confectioner, Church street
Hibbs Mrs. Hannah, grocer & confectioner, Church Street Refreshment Rooms
Hills Mrs. Ann. Shopkeeper
Hollingworth William, grocer, Birch vale
Holt Thomas, tailor, 2 Chapel street
Howard Wm., woollen cloth manufacturer
Hudson John, shopkeeper, Market street
Hudson James, farmer
Hudson Joseph, builder, Birch vale
Hudson William, stationer, news and emigration agent, Bridge end
Hurst Saml., beer retailer, Little Hayfield
Hyde William, blacksmith Jowett Robert (firm of Slack and Co.); h. Fisher’s lane
Kynder Printing Co., calico printers—W. P. Gibbs, manager
MANCHESTER AND COUNTY BANK (branch of), Church street— Open on Thursdays from 11 a m. to 12.30 p.m.—Henry Barber, manager
Marriott Francis, farmer. Little Hayfield
MASON EDWIN, builder and ironmonger, Church street. (See advt.)
Mellor William Henry, draper, Church st
Middleton George, tea dealer
Middleton Richard, plumber and painter
Moore Thomas, carpenter
Mosscrop Brothers, drapers, Church street
Morton James, stone dealer
Mower Thomas, joiner
Newton Miss Sarah Ann, dressmaker, Chapel street
Owen Samuel, boot and shoemaker, Old rd
Peate Frederick Charles, scripture reader, Fisher’s lane
Porritt John, farmer. Ridge Top lane
Porritt Ralph, general smith, Upper Hayfield
Potts Thomas, “New Inn,” Little Hayfield
Proctor Jonathan, boot and shoemaker, Bridge end
Purseglove Ishmael, grocer and earthenware dealer, Jumble
Pursglove John, grocer and boot and shoe dealer, Market street
Redfern Hy., antiquarian tearoom, High st
Schofield Bold, ironmonger and tinplate worker, Chapel street
Shaw James, coal merchant, Railway Station; h. Church street
Shaw William, “George” hotel, Church st
Shepley Wm., cotton band maker, Stoneshead
Simpson Mrs. Elizabeth, draper, Church st
Slack John, paper manufacturer
Smith Thomas, “New Inn,” Little Hayfield
Stafford Mrs. Sarah, beer retailer, Birch hall, Birch vale
Sykes James, farmer, Long Lee
Taylor John, iron and tinplate worker, Market street
Torkington John, draper & grocer, Church street
Trevitt Thomas, beer retailer, Church st
Turner Mrs. Ann, butcher and grocer, Church street
Turner George, cooper
Turner Henry, farmer, Highgate lane
Turner Joseph, boot and shoemaker
Turner Robert, grocer and cotton band manufacturer, Market street
Turner Thos., butcher, grocer, and draper, Manchester house, Market street
Walker James, boot and shoemaker
Walton Joseph, “Royal” hotel
Warhurst Mrs. Hannah, grocer, &c., High street
Warrington Geo., beer retailer. Bridge end
Waterhouse George, farmer, Nutt farm
Waterhouse William, tailor and draper, Market street
Webster James, “Pack Horse” inn, Market street
Wheeldon William, butcher, Market street
Wild Mrs. Ellen, dressmaker, Chapel street
Wilson Elijah, farmer. Carr meadow
Wood John, beer retailer
Woolley John, beer retailer, Chapel street
Wyatt Dennis, grocer and provision dealer, Birch vale

Gibb William Purvis, Esq., Kinder bank
Mower Mr. Thomas, Bowdens bridge
Trades and Professions.
Barnes George, farmer, Kinder head
Bennett Joseph, farmer
Bennett Thomas, farmer, Tunstead clough
Bradbury Joseph, farmer, Coldwell clough
Downs James, stone dealer, Bank end
Gee John Thomas, farmer, The Ashes
Goddard Joel, farmer, Shude hill
Hall Joseph, stone dealer, Rock hall
Marriott John, farmer, Hill house
Marriott Joshua, farmer, South end
Marriott Samuel, farmer, Hill House farm
Needham Thomas, farmer, Booth
Pursglove Ishmael stone dealer, Jumble
Rowbottom Mrs. Hannah, “Sportsman” inn
Turner, Norris, & Turner, calico printers, Kinder Works
Waterhouse Samuel, farmer and mason

Trades and Professions.
Barber John, farmer, New house
Bennett Mrs. B., farmer, Clough head
Bennett Robert, farmer
Bradbury Mrs. James, farmer, Stubbs
Fox Adam, farmer
Goddard John, farmer, Hills house
Hadfield Eli, farmer
Hadfield Thomas, farmer, Highgate
Lyme Samuel, painter
Morton John, farmer
Porritt Ralph, blacksmith
Stafford John, beer retailer, Birch hall
Wardle James, farmer, Birch hall

Post Office and Postal Telegraph Office— Wright Brocklehurst, postmaster. Letters from Stockport arrive at 7 a.m. and 3.30 p.m.; dispatched at 7.30 p.m.; on Sundays at 7.20 p.m. Money Orders granted and paid, and Savings Bank and Annuity business transacted from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Telegraph Office open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; on Sundays from 8 to 10 a.m.
Post Office, Birch Vale—Augustus Bradbury, sub-postmaster. Letters from Stockport dispatched at 7.45 p.m.; on Sundays at 7.30 p.m.
MANCHESTER, AND COUNTY BANK (branch of), Church street, open on Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.—Henry Barber, manager
Gas Light (and Waterworks Compy. (Limited) —Wright Brocklehurst, manager and secretary
Reading Room and Library, Church street— Luke Garside, secretary
Assistant Overseer and Rate Collector—John Fox Gee
National School—John Nuttall, master
Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire and Midland Railway Station—Joseph Rowe, stationmaster

MELLOR is a township of Glossop parish, which with Ludworth and Marple Bridge have been formed into a separate Ecclesiastical district or parish, in Hayfield union, containing, by the census of 1871, in the township 1417, and in the Ecclesiastical district 3182 inhabitants, and 3841 acres; in the deanery of Castleton, archdeaconry of Derby, diocese of Lichfield, hundred of High Peak. North Derbyshire; 2 miles from Marple, 7 north-east from Stockport, 8 south-west from Glossop, 9 west from Chapel-en-le-Frith, 173 by road and 177 by Midland Railway from London, on the river Goyt and Etherow. Cotton spinning, bleaching, and collieries find employment for the working classes here. The Ecclesiastical district was formed in 1838. The vicarage, in the patronage and incumbency of the Rev. Thomas Matthew Freeman, is valued at £125 per annum. The church, dedicated to St. Thomas, consists of nave, chancel, porch, and tower, containing 3 bells ; the tower is in the Perpendicular style and supposed to have been erected in the 12th century. The oak pulpit and font in the interior are curiously carved specimens of the same period. In 1874 Mr. Cooper, of Marple, presented a handsome stained glass window representing “ Christ blessing little children.” The Association and Primitive Methodists have places of worship here. There is a National school for children of both sexes, which was formed in 1639 by Thomas Walklate and others, and has an endowment producing £25 per annum. The poor have £7 5s. from Gisborne’s charity, and £1 10s. from Stafford's charity, which are annually expended in clothing. George William Moult, Esq., is lord of the manor, and he and Jonathan Jowett, Esq., and the trustees of the late Peter Arkwright, Esq., are the principal landowners. The rateable value of the township is £6200.
LUDWORTH, also a township of Glossop parish, forms part of the above Ecclesiastical district, containing, by the census of 1871, 1,735 inhabitants; five miles south-west from Glossop, including Marple Bridge, which consists of a group of houses which have been erected on the banks of the river, near to the Marple station of the Midland Railway. The Congregationalists and Primitive Methodists have places of worship at Ludworth, and the Roman Catholics a chapel and school at Marple Bridge, which was erected at the expense of Lord Howard of Glossop. The rateable value of the township is £4012

Clergy and Gentry.
Bailey G. H., Esq., New House hill
Freeman Rev. Thomas Matthew, incumbent of St. Thomas's, and surrogate
Freeman Mr. Thomas Tilley, Green hill
Garmiss Mrs. Martha, Longhurst lane
Heginbotham Mr. John, Cobden edge
Higson Mr. Joseph, Cobden edge
Jowett Mrs. Elizabeth, Lowell hall
Jowett Mr. Jonathan, Knowl house
Moult George William, Esq., Mellor hall
Moult John, Esq., Lower cliffe
Moult Thomas Emanuel, Esq., Mellor hall
Paton Joseph Wood, Esq., Longhurst Ln
Pridman Mrs. Sophia Maria, Newhouse hill
Ratcliffe Mr. Hugh, Holly vale
Whittaker Mrs. Mary, Strawberry hill
Wild Mrs. Martha, Sycamore cottage
Trades and Professions.
Beard George, farmer, Spring bank
Beard Samuel, Jun., farmer, Horsepool
Beard Samuel, farmer, Hill top
Bowden Benjamin, farmer, Drake carr
Bowden James, farmer
Bradbury James, butcher and furniture dealer, Dove Bank brow
Bradbury William, farmer, Shird fields
Briddon Francis, farmer, Birchenough
Broadley Thos., shopkeeper, Royal Oak rd
Buckley Joseph, schoolmaster, Ivy cottage
Bullock Samuel, farmer, Appletree farm
Cash Charles, “Devonshire Arms,” Longhurst lane
Chapman Thomas, farmer, Cheetham hill
Clayton David, farmer, Banks
Clayton John, shopkeeper, Longhurst Ln
Clayton John and Co. (Limited), cotton spinners, Bottoms Mill
Collier James, farmer, Windybottom
Collier Mrs. Mary, farmer
Cook George, farmer, Knowl farm
Cooper James, grocer and provision dealer, Longhurst lane
Cooper John, assistant overseer, Longhurst lane
Downs Robt., shopkeeper, Newhouse hill
Drinkwater Mrs. Thomas, farmer
Earlam Isaac, farmer, Higher cliffe
Edwards Enoch, beer retailer, Newhouse hill
Ernell William, butcher
Etchells Israel, farmer, Bottoms hall
Etchells James, farmer, Mellor hall
Eyre John, grocer, Brookbottom
Gee Samuel, farmer, Horsepool
Gibbs George, farmer, Green hill
Gibbs George, farmer, Green bank
Goddard Joseph, farmer, Farden
Hadfield Charles, farmer, Cobden edge
Hadshead John, farmer
Hambleton Thomas, farmer
Hambleton Joel, farmer, Lower hall
Harding James, “Oddfellows’ Arms,” Newhouse hill
Hargreaves John, grocer and corn dealer, Newhouse hill
Harrop John, farmer, Lower Birchenough
Harrop William, greengrocer, Longhurst lane
Hartley William, farmer, Bradshaw
Hegginbotham Joseph, farmer
Hinchliffe Jonathan, farmer, Olive vale
Hibbert John, “ Sportsman's Arms,” and farmer
Hinchliffe Benjn., farmer, Lower Bradshaw
Hinchliffe Benjn., Jun., farmer, Smith lee
Hyde Joseph, farmer and mason, Hollywood end
Hyde Samuel, farmer, Longshaw clough
Johnson James, shopkeeper, Holly vale
Johnson William, farmer, Bull hill
Joule Morten John, farmer, Shaw farm
Jowett Jonathan, coal proprietor, Broadhurst edge
Loach Miles Wrigley, solicitor’s clerk, Brook house
Lee Robt., tinplate worker, Marple Bridge
Lees James, farmer, Townscliffe
Lowe James, farmer, Snape hey
McLellan William Henry, commercial traveller, Brook lea
Marshall Edward, farmer, Paradise
Marshall Stephen, farmer, Brook bottom
Marshington Philip, farmer, Bradshaw
Marsland Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer
Moult George William, farmer, Mellor hall
Moult John, surveyor and estate agent, Lower cliffe
Moult Thos. Emanuel, farmer, Mellor hall
Murdoch Charles, “Norfolk Arms” hotel, Marple Bridge
Naden Aaron, farmer
Nield John, “Lamb” inn, and farmer
Nield Robert, shopkeeper
Nield Samuel, slater and plasterer, Lane head
Oldfield Joseph, farmer, Worthington Barn farm
Oldfield William, farmer, Shiloh
Oldham George, farmer, Holly wood
Oldham Miss Susannah, farmer, Heathy bank
Pike William, tea dealer, Newhouse hill
Potts Alfred, shopkeeper. Moor end
Potts Isaac, general dealer, Moor end
Ratcliffe Samuel and Brothers, cotton spinners, bleachers, and manufacturers of candlewick and double yarn, Holly Vale Mills
Ratcliffe Thomas, farmer, grocer, and waste dealer, Longhurst lane
Redford James, farmer, Cheetham hill
Redford William, farmer, Bradshaw
Richardson John, farmer. Green clough
Rowbottom John, blacksmith
Rowbottom Joseph, farmer, Coalwall
Rowbottom Joshua, farmer, Lower hall
Saville John, farmer
Saver Thomas, boot and shoemaker, and sub-postmaster, Newhouse hill
Saver Thomas, Jun., boot and shoemaker, Moor end
Saville Mrs. Fanny, shopkeeper. Moor end
Saville John, farmer. Moor end
Sidebottom William, farmer, Norton’s Lee
Sigley Mrs. Ann, “Royal Oak” inn
Sigley Thomas, farmer
Smith George, farmer, Cannon hill
Smith William, shopkeeper, Longhurst Ln
Stafford Charles, farmer, Capstones
Stafford Thomas, farmer, Cobden house
Swann Joseph, farmer, Wetmore hurst
Swift John, police constable, Longhurst Ln
Swindells John, farmer, Lower cliff
Thornley Miss Sarah, shopkeeper, Royal Oak road
Tomlinson W. Hy., yeoman, Brook bottom
Timm Wright, Joseph, and Jessie, farmer
Timm Wright, Joseph, and Jessie, colliery proprietors, Bottoms Hall Colliery
Turner Aaron, butcher, Moor end
Wadsworth Joseph, farmer, Linnet clough
Wheeldon Joseph, manager for John Clayton and Co. (Limited), Mellor Cotton Factory
Wigley John, boot and shoemaker, Mount Pleasant
Wild Peter, farmer, Podnor farm
Wild Samuel, farmer, Lanehead farm
Wilde Miss Martha, school, Sycamore cottage
Williamson James, farmer, Cheetham hill
Williamson Richard, farmer, Lower cliff
Wood John, cotton bleacher, Holly head Works

Bradley Mr. George, Sun hill
Fynney Augustus CM Esq., Hadfield cottage, Mill brow
Howard Mrs. Mary, Rose brow
Trades and Professions.
Arden Mrs. Mary, farmer, Lower Fold farm
Ball Job, farmer, Derby lane
Bayley George, farmer, Stirrup
Beard Charles, farmer, Cow Hey
Bennett James, beer retailer, Mill brow
Burage Mrs. Maria, apartments, Lower fold
Critchlow John, fishmonger, Stirrup benches
Dawson David, tea dealer, Stirrup benches
Dawson Mrs. Hannah, farmer
Dawson John and George, farmers, Stirrup
Fearnaley Thomas, farmer
Fernley George, farmer, Lane ends
Goodwin Thomas, farmer, Whitebottom farm
Green James, farmer, Mill brow
Hall John, farmer, Woodheys
Hamilton William, farmer, Hollins farm
Harrison Benjamin and John, farmers
Hartle William, farmer, Smithy lane
Heginbotham Joseph, farmer, Loads farm
Heginbottom Mrs. Mary, farmer, Cowhey
Higginbotham James, grocer and farmer, Lane ends
Higginbottom Joseph, beer retailer, Lane ends
Higson —, “George” hotel
Hinchcliffe William, shopkeeper
Howard John, farmer
Hudson John, carrier and farmer
Hudson John, “Rock” tavern, Stirrup benches
Hyde Frederick, grocer, Compstall road
Hyde Mrs. Mary, farmer
Hyde Samuel, candlewick manufacturer, Clough Mill
Ingham Charles, smith and wheelwright, and timber merchant, Lower fold
Jackson Peter, farmer, Stirrup
Kirk Samuel, farmer, Lane ends
Lingard James, beer retailer, Lane ends
Lingard Wright, farmer, Lane ends farm
Longson Robert, farmer, Stirrup
Lydiate George, confectioner, tobacconist, and clogger, Lower fol
Perrin James, farmer
Platt Mrs. Hannah, beer retailer, Lane end
Platt Joshua, grocer & draper, Lower fold
Platt Joshua, farmer and shopkeeper, Marple Bridge
Potts Mrs. Harriet, farmer
Ridgway John, farmer
Shelmerdine Jonathan, “Windsor Castle” hotel, Rose brow
Wild John, farmer
Wood Benjamin, “Hare and Hounds” Mill brow
Wood James, farmer, Mill brow
Wood John, farmer
Wood Joseph, farmer, Ferneycroft farm
Wood Samuel, farmer, Broadstone farm
Wood Samuel, tailor
Wood William, farmer, Broadstone
Wormald John, farmer, Twitches farm

Clergy, Gentry, and Private Residents.
Battley Mrs.
Hall Rev. James (Independent), Parsonage
Hilbert James Thomas, Esq.
Hyde Mr. Thomas
Sculley Rev. Michael (Roman Catholic)
Trades and Professions.
Allcock John, shopkeeper
Ardern Mrs. Mary, farmer
Ardern Samuel, “Midland” hotel
Back William, iron and tinplate worker
Goddard Miss Mary, dressmaker
Grundy John, “Railway” inn
Heginbotham Joseph, miller
Hibbert James Thomas, surgeon
Hibbert Mrs. Mary Ann, grocer and provision dealer
Hyde Frederick, shopkeeper
Ingham Charles, smith and wheelwright
Ingham William, tailor, New road
Middleton Richard, plumber and glazier
Sutcliffe John, currier
Thornley Mrs. Elizabeth, dressmaker
Wheeldon Robert, grocer and provision dealer
Wood James, farmer and bleacher
Woolley Mrs. Rebecca, “Horse Shoe” inn
Yarwood John, spade and shovel manufacturer, Lower fold

Post Office, Mellor—Thomas Sayers, sub-postmaster, Letters through Stockport arrive at 9 a.m., dispatched at 5.25 p.m. Marple is the nearest money-order and telegraph office
Post Office, Ludworth—Robert Wheeldon, sub-postmaster. Letters through Stockport arrive at 7.30 a.m.; dispatched at 7 p.m. Marple is the nearest money-order and telegraph office
Post Office, Marple Bridge. Letters through Stockport delivered at 7 a.m. Box cleared at 6.30 p.m., on weekdays only.
Marple Gas Co.'s Works, Lower fold, Ludworth—Richard Greenwood, manager
Endowed School, Mellor — Joseph Hall, master; Mrs. Mary Hall, mistress; Miss Buckley, assistant mistress
John Saville, Tuesday and Friday; James Bowden from Marple Bridge, Friday.

NEW MILLS is an Ecclesiastical district or parish, including the hamlets of Beard, Ollersett, Thornsett, and Whittle, originally portions of Glossop parish, in Hayfield union, containing, by the census of 1871, 5028 inhabitants and 4890 acres; in the hundred of High Peak, archdeaconry of Derby, diocese of Lichfield, North Derbyshire; 7 miles south-west from Glossop, 8 south-east from Stockport, 170 by road and 176½ by Railway from London on the Midland Railway, which has a station here. This place was formerly called Bowden Middle Cale, and occupied seven hamlets, but which have been divided, three having been joined with Hayfield. A mill having been built on the river Kinder, the name got changed to New Mills, which this district still retains. There are some cotton spinning and cotton band manufactories, calico printing and bleaching works, iron and brass foundries and collieries, which form the chief sources of labour here. The Ecclesiastical district was formed in 1844. The church, dedicated to St. George, is a handsome edifice in the Pointed style, situate at Beard, and consists of nave, chancel, north and south aisles and tower surmounted by a spire, and has sittings for 500, all free. The vicarage, in the incumbency of the Rev. Frederick William Newman, M.A., is valued at £300 per annum, with residence, and is in the patronage of the vicar of Glossop. The Roman Catholics have a chapel here in the Early English style, with spire. The Congregationalists have a place of worship, which was erected by subscription in 1823, to which an end gallery was added in 1840; side galleries and an organ were added in 1868, and the chapel was repaired and restored in 1877. There are sittings for 500. The Primitive Methodists, United Methodist Free Church and Wesleyans have places of worship here. There will be three schools under the management of a School Board, which has recently been formed, two of which are completed, and one of which is in course of erection. There are also almshouses being built, for aged people residents in the town, at the expense of John Mackie, Esq., J.P., attached to which will be a small church, where services will be held by a Chaplain to be appointed.
The Public Hall is a noble building, which was erected and opened in 1871. The lower portion is used as the Mechanics’ Institution, containing news, reading, and class looms, and the upper portion is used by the county magistrates for petty sessions monthly, and for public entertainments. It was erected by subscription at a cost of over £2000; and in 1875 a tower was added, and a clock which strikes the hours and quarters was presented by Mrs. Ingham. The Savings Bank is also held in a room here.
The Building formerly used as the Prison is now converted into a dwelling-house, and bears the following inscription:—“A Drunkards Reform—A working man, a teetotaller for many years, who was formerly a notorious drinker and a notorious poacher, has recently invested his sober earnings in the purchase of the Town Prison, which he has converted into a comfortable dwelling-house. Frequently an inmate of the prison whilst a drunkard and a poacher, he is now owner of the whole, and occupier of the premises.—Thomas Handford, A.D. 1854.”
The late James Ingham, Esq., in 1858 left £500, the interest to be applied in clothing and educating poor children. The poor have 30s. a year expended in bread from Bowden's charity. There are cattle fairs on the 11th May and 7th October annually. The township is under the management of a Local Board. Lord Egerton, F. I. Sumner, and William H. Turner, Esqs., and Miss Cresswell are the chief owners of the soil. The rateable value of the township is £15,055.
Beard is a hamlet south, Ollersett east, and Thornsett and Whittle north-east from New Mills.
Arnfield Edward, Esq., Springfield, Spring bank
Arnfield Joseph, Esq., Springfield villa, Spring bank
Barber Henry, Esq., Spring bank
Beard Mr. John, 1 Hose villa, High Lee
Bell James, Esq., High Lee hall, Catholic brow
Bower Mr. Ralph
Bridge Miss, Ollersett cottage
Broadhurst Mr. William, Chapel street
Brown Mr. Matthew, Bridge street
Collinge Rev. John (United Methodist Free Church), Spring bank
Fielding John, Esq., Westfield house, Spring bank
Grindrod Edmund, Esq., The Rocks
Hall Rev. John (Primitive Methodist), Spring bank
Handford Mrs. Sarah, High street
Hibbert James, Esq., J.P., Fern bank
Hill William Francis, Esq., Peak house, Spring bank
Hill James, Esq., Lily bank, Spring bank
Hughes Thos. Brierley, Esq., Diglands
Ingham Mrs., High street
Irving Mrs., Rose villa
Lancaster William, Esq., Rock villa
Langford Mrs., Rose villa
McCabe Peter, Esq., Fern bank
Mackie John, Esq., J.P., Watford villa
Midgley Rev. Joseph (Wesleyan), Westley mount, Spring bank
Newman Rev. Fredk. William, M.A., vicar, The Vicarage, Beard
Ogle Rev. Joseph (Independent), The Manse, Chapel street
Rigg Mrs., Stanley mount
Robertson Mr. John, Holly bank
Sabela Rev. Herman Joseph (Roman Catholic) St. Mary’s
Sale John Edward, Esq., Aspenshaw
Taylor The Misses, Highfield
Thornley George, Esq., Stanley mount
Turner Mr. Matthew Shaw, Hyde bank
Turner Thos. Bradbury Esq., Roworth
Warren Miss Sarah, High street
Wild Samuel, Esq., Pleasant view
Wild William, Esq., Springfield house. Bridge street
[h. signifies private residence.]
Adams Miss Annie, dressmaker, High st
Allcock Richard, stationmaster, Midland Railway, Beard terrace
ALLEN MRS. MARTHA, “Dog and Partridge,” High street
ALSOP GEORGE, painter, plumber, glazier, gas and water fitter, High street and Meal street
ANTROBUS EDWARD, grocer, tobacconist, toy dealer, and agent for the Prudential Assurance Co., High street
Armstrong Miss Margaret, day school, High street
Arnfield Edwin (firm of J. and E. Arnfield) ; h. Springfield villa
Arnfield Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer, Whittle
Arnfield Isaac, draper and grocer
Arnfield Jonathan, shopkeeper, Spring bank
Arnfield Joseph and Edward, millwrights, engineers, brass and ironfounders, Globe Iron Works
Arnfield Joseph (firm of J. and E. Arnfield); h. Springfield villa
Arnfield Peter, “ Little Mill” inn, and farmer, Roworth
Arnfield Thomas (Exors. of), grocers, 1 Bridge street
Ashby Edward L. buyer, 2 Rose villas, High Lee
Ashton Mrs. Elizabeth, shopkeeper, Market street
Ashworth Miss Alice, draper, and glass and china dealer, Market street
Bagshaw Joseph, manufacturing ironmonger, Market street
Band Arthur, beer retailer, Market street
Barber Henry, manager for the Manchester County Bank (Limited), and agent for the Royal Fire and Life Insurance, High street; h. Spring bank
Bates Edwin, draper, Thornsett
Beard Joseph, grocer and com dealer, Thornsett
Beard Samuel, grocer and draper. High street; h. Beech house, Church lane
Beardwood Israel, grocer and provision dealer, Bridge street
Bennett John, farmer, Roworth
Bennett John James, farmer, Ollersett
Bennett Joseph, grocer, Roworth
Bennett Thomas, colliery proprietor, Thornsett, Hey, and High Lee Collieries
Berry James, grocer, Cavendish square; h. Spring bank
Berry James, grocer and corn dealer, High street
Berry Thomas, grocer and agent for W. and A. Gilbey’s wines and spirits
Bowden Charles, greengrocer, High street
Bowden John, shoemaker, Thornsett
Bower Ralph, farmer, Eaves knoll
Bradbury Augustus, grocer, Thornsett
Bradbury John, draper, bridge street
Bradbury Samuel, farmer, Roworth
Bradbury William Henry, mill manager, Vale view, New town
Bramhall Joseph, farmer, Brookbottom
Bridge John Gregory, grocer and seedsman, Meal street
Broadhurst James, beer retailer and wheelwright, Haigh bar
Broadhurst William, bleacher, Bate Mill
Broom Abram, butcher, Meal street
Brown Samuel, boot and shoemaker, Bridge street
Brunt George, grocer and draper, Market street
Bullock John, coal agent, New town
Carrington William, shopkeeper, Haigh bar
Chadwick Samuel, farmer, Roworth
Chadwick William, cotton band manufacturer and farmer
Clark John, police sergeant, Coalpit lane
Clayton George, grocer, Market terrace
Clayton John William, hatter, and boot and shoe dealer, Market street
Clayton Joseph, candlewick spinner, Vale view, New town
Cochrane John, manager at Watford Bridge Print Works: h. Spring bank
COOPER BENJAMIN, pork butcher and bacon curer, Market place
Cooper Thomas, stationer, High street
Dickson Mrs. Hannah, “While Hart” High street
Drinkwater Thomas, farmer, Goyt side
Edge John, beer retailer, High street
Ellison Thomas, grocer and draper, High st
Etchells Saml., “Queen’s Arms,” New town
Fairall Samuel, “Hare and Hounds,” and auctioneer, Ollersett
Fernaley George, farmer, Whittle
Fielding and Higginbottom, manufacturing chemists, Victoria Chemical Works
Fielding John (firm of Fielding and Higginbottom); h. Westfield house
Fidler John, tobacconist, High street
France Robert, tripe dresser, High street
Froggett William, farmer, Whittle
FROST EDWARD, dentist, Rock ter
Frost John, draper, Market terrace
Gill Miss Emma, milliner and dressmaker, High street
Goddard George, carrier to Stockport, and boot and shoe dealer, High street
Gosling Joseph, grocer and beer retailer, Bamford
Graham George, tailor, Spring bank
Graham William Gould, butcher. High st
Green Miss Emily, dressmaker, Spring bk
GREEN JAMES, billposter, town crier, greengrocer and fruiterer, High street. (See advertisement)
Graham Richard, “ Sycamore” inn, Thornsett
Grundy Abel, draper, tailor, and outfitter, Market street
Gregory John, boot and shoemaker, Market place
Grindrod Edmund, surgeon, Rocks
Hadfield Charles, farmer, Roworth
Hall John and Co., colliery proprietors
Hall Levi and Elijah (Exors. of), coal merchants and farmers, Ollersett
Hall Samuel, iron and tinplate worker, Market street
Hampson The Misses Hannah and Jane, baby linen and ladies’ underclothing establishment, High street
Handford Mrs. Ellen, farmer, Beard
Handford Henry, farmer, Ollersett
Handford Joseph, farmer, Beard
HARRISON ABRAHAM, grocer, baker, tea and provision dealer, High st
Harrington Mrs. Mary Ann W., chemist and druggist, tea and provision dealer, Thornsett
Hawkyard Joseph, draper, hosier and milliner, High street
Hawthorn John (firm of J. Hawthorn and Co.); h. New town
Hawthorn Peter (firm of J. Hawthorn and Co.); h. New town
Heathcote Samuel, farmer, Roworth
Heathcote William, grocer and draper. High lee
Heaton Evan, registrar of births and deaths
HEWITT JOHN, stationer and confectioner, High street
Hewitt Samuel, stationer and reporter, Market terrace
Hibbert Miss Caroline, druggist and fancy repository, Market street
Hibbert Charles, shopkeepr, Haigh bar
Hibbert James, tailor and draper, Market street
Hibbert John, “Masons’ Arms,” High st
Hibbert Thomas, joiner, Torr top
Higginbottom David, grocer and provision dealer, Market street
Higginbottom George, boot and shoemaker Market street
Higginbottom George (firm of Fielding and Higginbottom) ; h. Spring bank
Higginbottom James, blacksmith. High st
Higginbottom John, toy dealer, Market st
Higginbottom Levi, “Commercial ” Inn, Haigh bar
Higginbottom Samuel, farmer, Roworth
Higginbottom William Thomas, hawker, High street
Hill James, candlewick spinner, Beard Mill
Hill Samuel, grocer, Thornsett
Hill William Francis, candlewick spinner, Beard Mill
Hind John, block cutter, Bridge street
Hobson Charles, farmer, Roworth
Howard James, painter and paperhanger, Torr top
Howe John, tobacconist, Thornsett
Howe Mrs. Mary, mantle maker, High lee
Hudson Mrs. Ann, farmer, Ollersett
Hudson Charles, farmer, Ollersett
Hudson Charles, ironmonger, High street
Hudson David, farmer, Ollersett
Hudson Isaac, grocer, joiner and undertaker, Market street
Hudson John, farmer, Ollersett
Hudson John, farmer and joiner, Leighton
Hulton Mrs. Ellen, shopkeeper, High st
Ingham Joseph, shoemaker, Roworth
Ingham Mark, tailor and linen and woollen draper, High street
Jackson James Harry, bankers’ clerk, Ladyshaw
Johnson Joel, wheelwright, Beard terrace
JOHNSON JOHN AND JOSEPH, pawnbrokers, clothiers, and jewellers, High street
JACKSON MRS. SARAH, ladies' boarding and day school, Ladyshaw house, Bridge street
Jackson Thomas, hairdresser, Cavendish square, High street
Kelsall George, farmer, Mousley bottoms
King Frederick, fishmonger, High street
Kirkham James, boot and shoemaker and clogger, Market place
Knott Samuel, farmer, Roworth
Kymer Mrs. Martha, milliner and dressmaker, Market place
Langford and Lancaster (Limited), paper manufacturers, Grove Mill
Ledwich Robert, butcher, Vale view, New town
Leigh William Andrew, printer, bookseller, and stationer, Market street
Littlewood George L., schoolmaster, Vale view, New town
LIVESLEY ALFRED, chemist and druggist, Cavendish square; h. Chapel house
Livesley Charles, farmer, Ollersett
LIVESLEY TIMOTHY, butcher, High street
Lomas John, watchmaker and jeweller, Market place
Lowe James, shopkeeper, Redgate
Lowe William S., cotton spinner and manufacturer, Torr Vale Mills
McRae George, tinplate worker, High st
MANCHESTER AND COUNTY BANK (Limited), (branch of), High street—Henry Barber, manager
Marriott John, farmer, Beard
Marshall Jacob, farmer, Thornsett
Marshall John, farmer, Low Leighton
Marshall Thomas, farmer, Beard
Marsland Isaiah, hatter, High street
Mark William, clothier and outfitter, High street
Mason John, stonemason and builder, Hyde bank, Beard
Maughan John, “Railway” hotel, Market street
Mellor Joseph, earthenware dealer, High st
Mellor Thomas, farmer, Brownhill
Middleton James, “Jordan Arms,” and cattle dealer, Thornsett
Mills James, butcher, High street
Mitchell James, fustain cutter, Bamford
Morton James, general dealer, High street
Mortin John, farmer, Beard
Mortin Robert, farmer, Ollersett
Moseley John, auctioneer, estate agent, and clerk to the Local Board, Chapel street
Moseley Thomas M., surgeon, Thornsett
Mullaney John, ironmonger, Market street
New Mills Co-Operative Society (Limited), grocers, drapers, and boot & shoe dealers, Spring bank—H. Turner, manager
Newton Samuel, horse dealer, Haigh bar
Oldham Abner, shopkeeper, Ollersett
Parsons William, boot and shoemaker, Market street
Pearson George, saddler, High street
Pearson Samuel, blacksmith, Beard terrace
Phillips Joseph, shopkeeper. High street
Pickford Joseph, farmer, Thornsett
PLATT MRS. ANN, grocer, tea and provision dealer, Market street
Plummer James, confectioner, Refreshment Rooms, Market street
Pollitt John, land surveyor, estate and insurance agent, New town
Pott John, farmer, Thornsett
Pott William, grocer, Market street
Purssglove Mrs. Ann, draper, High street
Purssglove John Marshall, joiner, High street
Rayner George, beer retailer, Torr top
Redfern James, joiner and builder, Torr Top lane; h. Chapel street
Redfern George, joiner and cabinet maker, High street
Reece James, farmer, Roworth
Richardson Henry, beer retailer. Bridge st
Richardson Henry (firm of William Richardson and Son); h. Bridge street
Richardson James, draper. High street
RICHARDSON JOHN, “Bull s Head” and brick manufacturer, High street
RICHARDSON WILLIAM & SON, cotton band manufacturers, Salem New Mills
Richardson William (firm of Wm. Richardson and Son); h. Salem mills
Roberts Jonathan, shopkeeper, High street
Rowbottom Abraham, mason, Ollersett
Rowcroft Joseph, farmer, Thornsett
Rowcroft William, “Printers’ Arms” inn, Thornsett
Rumney Edward B., calico printer, Watford bridge—John Cochrane, manager
Sandham Peter, “New Inn,” Thornsett
Sandham Richard, farmer, Thornsett
SAXTON THOMAS, “Crown” hotel, Market street
Schieosser Carl Remhold Ferdinand, paper maker, Rock Paper Mills
Schofield John, butcher & farmer, High st
Schofield Joseph, butcher, High street
Schofield Mrs. Phoebe, butcher, Market st
Scott John, farmer. Ollersett
Sellars Joseph, tailor and woollen draper, Market street
Sharples Charles, shopkeeper, Bridge st
Shufflebottom John, farmer and stone dealer, Haigh fold
Shaw John, “Hare and Hounds,” Roworth
Shawcross Thomas Henry, warehouseman, Spring bank
Sidebotham Joel, “Cock” inn, High street
Sidebottom Mrs. Elizabeth, confectioner, Market street
Sidebottom William, chemist. Market st
Simister Robert, draper, High street
Simister William, grocer, High street
Simpson Joseph, fishmonger and fruiterer, Market street
Smith Daniel, bookkeeper, Bridge street
Snaith William Metcalf, reporter, Bridge st
Stafford Mrs. Hannah, farmer, Whittle
Stafford James, farmer, Whittle
Stafford Thomas, boot and shoemaker and cotton band manufacturer, Torr top
Stafford Thomas, stonemason and quarry owner, Chapel street
Stafford Thomas, shopkeeper, High street
Stafford William, “Pack Horse,’’ Whittle
Stead George, agent, Bridge street
Storer Samuel, farmer, Whittle
Storey Miss, farmer, Beard hall
Strines Printing Company; and at 12 George street, Manchester—Joel Wainwright, manager
Swann Samuel, farmer, Mossley bottom
Swindells John, wheelwright, Hayfield rd
Swindells Joseph, beer retailer, Market st
Taylor John, billposter. Market street
Taylor John, farmer, Thornsett
Thackstone Thomas, shopkeeper, Market st
THORNHILL MISS MARY MARIA, milliner and dressmaker, High street
Thornley Joseph, hat manufacturer, Market street
Thornley Mrs. Mariana, candle wick spinner, Beard mill: h. Meal street
Thorpe Mrs. Elizabeth, farmer, Haigh fold
Thorpe James, farmer, Haigh fold
Tinsley William, hairdresser, High street
Titterton George, farmer, Beard
Torr Mills Cotton Spinning Company (Limited)—John Pollett, secretary
Turner Henry, manager at Co-Operative Stores
Turner James, boot and shoemaker and clogger, High street
Turner James, surveyor and inspector of nuisances, Market street
Turner Mrs. Mary, grocer and baker, Rock terrace
Turner Matthew Shaw, stone engraver, Hyde bank
Turner Ralph, draper, High street
Turner Thos. Bradbury, bleacher, Roworth
Wainwright Mrs. Ann, milliner, dressmaker, and draper, Market street
Walker Geo., bookseller, stationer, printer, bookbinder, newsagent, and agent for the Northern Fire and Life Insurance Company, Post Office, High street
Wallace William, tailor, Market terrace
Warhurst Mrs. Jane, “George” hotel, High street and Meal street
Waterhouse George, beer retailer and dealer in strapping and cards, High street
Waterhouse Joseph, grocer and tea dealer, Alma place, High street
Waterhouse John, boot and shoemaker and clogger, Market street
Waterhouse John, joiner, Bridge street
Wharmby James, grocer, Market street
Wharmby John T., grocer and confectioner, Market street
Whitehead William Thomas, shopkeeper, High street
Wilcoxson Joseph, farmer, Ollersett
Wild Jesse, plumber, glazier, and gasfitter, High street
Wild Joel, farmer, Bate Mill farm, Whittle
Wild Samuel, bleacher, Bate mill, Whittle
Wild Samuel, cotton spinner and cotton yarn bleacher, Garrison Works
Wild Samuel, farmer, Roworth
Williamson Miss Sarah A., grocer, High lee
Wood Ralph, furniture broker, Bridge st
Woolley John, farmer, Ollersett
Woolley Thomas, farmer, Thornsett
Wright Joseph and Thomas, plumbers and glaziers, Market street
Wyatt John Henry, shopkeeper, Ollersett
Wyatt James William, draper, hosier, and haberdasher, Market street
Wyatt John William, draper, Meal street
Wyatt Joseph, blacksmith, Spring bank
Wyatt Thomas, beer retailer, Thornsett
Wyatt William, cotton band maker
WYATT WILLIAM JAMES, butcher and rate collector, High street
Yates George, “Grapes” inn, High street

Post Office and Postal Telegraph Office— George Walker, postmaster. Letters from Stockport delivered at 7 a.m. and 3.30 p.m.; dispatched at 10.45 a.m. and 7.45 p.m.; on Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Money Orders granted and paid, and Savings Bank and Annuity business transacted from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; on Saturdays until 8 p.m.
Telegraph Office—Open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., and on Sundays from 8 to 10 a.m.
Magistrates usually attending Petty Sessions.
James Hibbert, Esq.
John Mackle, Esq.
W. H. Turner, Esq.
Clerks to the Magistrates—William and Norman Bennett, Chapel-en-le-Frith
Manchester and County Bank (Limited), (branch of), High street (draw on London and Westminster Bank, London). Open from 9.30 a.m. until 3 p.m., except on Mondays and Saturdays, when the bank closes at 1 p.m.—Henry Barber, manager
Gas Company—Joseph Arnfield, manager
Hayfield Union Workhouse, Ollersett—John Waterhouse, governor and relieving officer; Mrs. Simpson, matron; Edmund Grindrod, medical officer; Henry Grindrod, clerk
Waterworks—Joseph Wright, manager
Inspector of Nuisances—Evan Heaton
Inspector of Police—James Gray
Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages—Edward Heaton
National School—Samuel Whitehead, master
Roman Catholic School—Miss M. McMahon, mistress
Wesleyan Day School, High street
Midland Railway Station—John Pratt, stationmaster
Water Carriers—Manchester Canal Company’s Office, Newtown—Robert Bennett, manager


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