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This twentieth century map is from the first edition of Arthur Mee's "Derbyshire"[1].

"Derbyshire Towns & Villages

In this key to our map of Derbyshire are all the towns and villages treated in this book. If a place is not on the map by name, its square is given here, so that the way to it is easily found, each square being five miles. One or two hamlets are in the book with their neighbouring villages". The hamlets were not shown on the map.

Abney
Alderwasley
Alfreton
Alkmonton
Allestree
Alport
Alsop-en-le-Dale
Alvaston
Ambergate
Ashbourne
Ashford
Ashopton
Ashover
Aston-upon-Trent
Ault Hucknall

Bakewell
Ballidon
Bamford
Barlborough
Barlow
Barrow-upon-Trent
Barton Blount
Baslow
Beeley
Beighton
Belper
Birchover
Blackwell
Bolsover
Bonsall
Borrowash
Boulton
Boylestone
Brackenfield
Bradbourne
Bradley
Bradwell
Brailsford
Brassington
Breadsall
Breaston
Bretby
Buxton

Caldwell
Calke
Carsington
Castleton
Chaddesden
Chapel-en-le-Frith
Chatsworth
Chellaston
Chelmorton
Chesterfield
Church Broughton
Church Gresley
Clowne
Codnor
Cressbrook
Creswell
Crich
Cromford
Cubley
Curbar

Dalbury
Dale Abbey
Darley Abbey
Darley Dale
Denby
Derby
Derwent Woodlands
Dethick
Dove Holes
Doveridge
Dronfield
Duffield

D4
E7
F6
D9
F8
D5
C7
F9
F7
D8
D5
D3
F6
G10
G5

D5
D7
D3
G4
F4
F10
D9
D4
E5
G3
F7
D6
C5
G5
E6
G9
F9
D9
F6
D7
D8
C3
D8
D7
F8
G9
E10
B4

E11
F11
D7
C3
F9
B3
E5
F10
C5
F5
D9
E11
G4
G7
C4
H4
F7
E6
C9
D4

E9
G9
F9
E6
F8
F9
D3
E6
B4
C9
F4
F8

 

Earl Sterndale
Eckington
Edale
Edensor
Edlaston
Eggington
Elmton
Elton
Elvaston
Etwall
Eyam

Fairfield
Fenny Bentley
Findern
Foremark
Foston
Froggatt

Glossop
Great Longstone
Grindleford

Haddon Hall
Hardwick Hall
Hartington
Hartshorne
Hassop
Hathersage
Hatton
Hayfield
Hazlewood
Heanor
Heath
Higham
Hilton
Hognaston
Holbrook
Holloway
Holmesfield
Hope
Hopton
Horsley
Hulland

Idridgehay
Ilkeston
Ingleby

Kedleston
Killamarsh
King's Newton
Kingsterndale
Kirk Hallam
Kirk Ireton
Kirk Langley
Kniveton

Little Eaton
Little Longstone
Littleover
Litton
Long Eaton
Longford
Longway Bank
Lullington

Mackworth
Mapleton
Marston Montgomery
Marston-on-Dove
Matlock
Melbourne
Mellor
Middleton
Middleton (Youlgeave)
Milford
Miller's Dale
Monyash
Morley
Morton
Muggington

B5
G4
C3
D5
D8
E10
H4
D6
F9
E9
D4

B4
D7
E10
E10
D9
D4

B2
D5
D4

D3
G6
C6
E11
D4
D3
D10
B3
E8
G7
G5
F6
D10
D7
F8
E6
E4
C3
E7
F8
D8

E7
G8
F10

E8
G3
F10
B5
G8
E7
E9
D7

F8
D5
E9
C4
G9
D9
E7
D12

E9
C7
C9
D10
E6
F10
A3
E6
D6
F8
C4
C5
F8
F6
E8

 

Netherseal
Newbold
Newton Solney
Norbury
North Wingfield

Ockbrook
Old Brampton
Osmaston
Over Haddon

Parwich
Peak Forest
Pentrich
Pilsley
Pilsley (Edensor)
Pinxton
Pleasley

Quarndon

Radbourne
Repton
Riber
Riddings
Ripley
Risley
Rowsley

Sandiacre
Sawley
Scarcliffe
Scropton
Shardlow
Shirland
Shirley
Smalley
Smisby
Snelston
Somersall Herbert
South Normanton
South Wingfield
Spondon
Stanley
Stanton-by-Bridge
Stanton-by-Dale
Stanton-in-Peak
Staveley
Steetley
Stoney Middleton
Sudbury
Sutton-on-the-Hill
Sutton Scarsdale
Swarkston

Taddington
Thorpe
Tibshelf
Ticknall
Tideswell
Tissington
Trusley
Turnditch
Twyford

Upper Booth
Upper Langwith
Upper Padley

Walton-Upon-Trent
West Hallam
Weston-upon-Trent
Whatstandwell
Wheston
Whittington
Whitwell
Willington
Wilne
Wingerworth
Winster
Wirksworth
Wormhill

Yeaveley
Youlgreave

E12
F4
E10
C8
F5

G9
F8
D8
D5

D7
C4
F7
G6
D5
G6
H5

E8

E9
E10
E6
G7
F7
G9
E5

G9
G9
G5
D10
G10
F6
D8
F8
F11
C8
C9
G6
F7
F9
G8
F10
G9
D5
G4
H4
D4
C9
D9
G5
F10

C5
C7
G6
F10
C4
D7
E9
E8
E10

C3
H5
D4

D11
G8
F10
E7
C4
F4
H4
E10
G9
F5
D6
E7
C4

D8
D6


References:

[1] Mee, Arthur (ed.) (1937) "Derbyshire: The Peak Country",The King's England Series, Hodder and Stoughton Limited, London


Elsewhere on this web site:
Kelly's Directory of Derbyshire, 1891
Derbyshire's Parishes, 1811
The Gentleman's Magazine Library, 1731-1868
The Wolley Manuscripts, Derbyshire