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Matlock and Matlock Bath : Kelly's, 1864
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The Post Office Directory of the Counties of Cambridgeshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Rutlandshire
ed. E.R. Kelly, M.A. pub. Kelly and Co., London (1864), pp. 277-279



Matlock

Arkwright Peter, esq. D.L. Willersley castle
Arthur Rev. Lucius, M.A. Cromford Bridge house
Baker Captain
Blackwell Mr. Joseph
Dyall Rev. Samuel [Independent], Belmont cottage
Garton Mrs. Lumsdale
Greaves Mrs. The Rocks
Hall Miss, Knowleston place
Kendall Misses, Knowleston place
Knowles Mr. John, Knowleston place
Marriott Mr. James
Melville Rev. William Rylance, M.A
Neale William John, esq. Knowleston pl
Smith Miss, Knowleston place
Stevens Henry, esq. The Shaws
Wildgoose Mrs

COMMERCIAL.

Adams Obadiah & Robert, saddlers & harness makers
Barber Samuel, rope & twine maker
Blackwell John & Richard, millers
Boden Thomas, baker & shopkeeper
Brelsford George, boot & shoe maker
Bunting Maria (Mrs.), carpenter & wheelwright
Bunting Thomas, boot & shoe maker
Campbell James, civil engineer
Cardin Thomas, cavern keeper
Charlton John, saddler & harness makr
Clark William, boot & shoe maker
Clarke William Corden, boarding school
Clay Francis, grocer & ironmonger
Croft William, joiner, Dimple
Crowder Joseph, plasterer
Else Charles, jun. rates collector, Lime Tree hill
Else Charles, sen. Farmer, Lime Tree hill
Froggatt John, Horseshoes, & wheelwright
Garton Edward Hall, farmer & bleacher, Lumsdale
Greatorex Joseph, farmer, Masson
Gregory Joseph, tailor
Gretton Benj. farmer, Cuckoostone dale
Gunby John, blacksmith
Hatfield Joseph, farmer
Hatfield Joseph, farmer, Harston
Hendry Abraham, King's Head
Holmes John, Blue Ball
Holmes John, carrier
Ibbitson John, earthenware dealer
Keeling George, plumber & gas fitter
Langham Thomas, tailor
Leigh - (Mrs.), young ladies' establishment, Cliff house
Marriott John, farmer & butcher
Moletrap or Bullistree Lead Mine (George Walker, agent)
Neale William, solicitor
Oakley Charles, painter
Palethorpe John, gardener
Raines Isaac, farmer, High lees
Richards George, boot & shoe maker
Rouse John, Duke William, & carrier
Skirrow Robert, coal dealer & farmer
Spencer Thomas, farmer
Spencer Timothy, Wheatsheaf, & frmr
Spencer William, boot & shoe maker
Statham Isaac, boot & shoe maker
Statham Joshua, tailor & draper
Statham Nathan, grocer
Statham William, carpenter
Taylor Henry, farmer, Castle top
Taylor Peter, farmer, Hall dale
Taylor Sarah (Mrs. ), farmer & beer retailor, The Cliff
Walker Charles, leadminer & mine agent
Walton George, boot & shoe maker
Walton George, jun. Red Lion
Walton John, baker
Walton William, butcher
Warriner William, cabinet maker
White Henry, blacksmith
Wildgoose Lawrence, farmer, Hurst
Wildgoose Ralph, boot & shoe maker, The Cliff
Wilson Luke, sen. farmer
Wright Chas. china & earthenware dlr
Wright George, shopkeeper
Wright James, carpenter


Matlock Bath

PRIVATE RESIDENTS.

Adam Joseph, M.D., M.R.C.S., L.S.A
Adam William Hurd, esq. High Tor house, Matlock dale
Allen Mr. John
Bellamy Rev .Frank Robt.[Independnt]
Boden Mr. George
Brown Edward, esq. Matlock dale
Chadwick Robert, esq. The Tower
Clarke Mrs
Evans Walter Mather Shore, esq. Temple
Gratton Miss
Greaves Mrs. Matlock dale
Green Mr. William
Leacroft Mrs. Col. Tor house
Leacroft Miss, Cliff house
Loukes James, esq. Craven villa, Matlock dale
Maynard Rev. John Martin, M.A. [incumbent]
Newbold Mrs. Riversdale villa, Matlock dale
Newbold Thomas Henry, esq. Heath bank, Matlock dale
Parkyns Miss, Cliff house
Pearson Mr. James
Saxton Misses
Stuart Capt. Chas. Dale cot. Matlock dale
Wheatcroft Mr. Edward

COMMERCIAL.

Adam Joseph, surgeon
Adam William Hurd, solicitor, High Tor house, Matlock dale
Arkwright & Co. cotton spinners, Masson mill & at Cromford
Barker Mary (Miss), lodging house
Bemrose & Son, booksellers & stationers, & at Derby
Bird Edward, artist
Boden John, baker & confectioner
Boden Joseph, petrifying well proprietr
Boden Sarah & Anne (Misses), lodging house, Terrace cottage
Bowler Isaac, boot & shoe maker
Broadfoot John, lodging house & posting master
Brooker William, Hodgkinson's commercial hotel & posting house
Broomhead Elizabeth (Miss), lodging house, Belmont cottage
Brown Edward, surgeon, Matlock dale
Bryan Henrietta (Mrs.), beer retailer & cavern proprietor, Upper tower
Buxton Herbert, spar & marble museum
Carding Joseph, lodging ho. Matlock dale
Carding Priscilla (Mrs.), lodging house, Matlock dale
Clark Ann (Mrs. ), lodging ho. Swiss cot
Clark John, photographic artist
Coates Richard, butcher
Cotes John, painter & lodging house
Dakin Joseph, spar & marble manufacturer & proprietor of the hot & cold bths
Derby & Derbyshire Banking Co. (branch) (Robert Chadwick, esq. manager) ; draw on Williams, Deacon & Co. Birchin lane, London
Ellis George, Devonshire hotel & posting house
Evans Hester (Mrs.) & Co. Temple hotel for private families
Evans Walter Mather Shore, solicitor, Temple
Fletcher Mary (Mrs.), grocer & confectnr
Froggatt Benjamin, cavern proprietor
Goddard Mary Frances (Miss), establishment for young ladies, Montpellier house
Gordon Henry, beer retailer & wine refreshment rooms
Greaves Joseph, chemist
Greenhough Edward, draper
Gregory Edward, lodging house & spar & marble worker, Albert house
Hadfield Isaac, lodging ho. Matlock dale
Haines William, watch maker
Hardstaff Mrs. lodging house
Hardy Samuel, posting master
Hartle Robert, comb maker, & spar & marble museum
Hodgkinson & Brooker, wine, spirit & hop merchants & brewers
Hodgkinson Joseph, grocer
Holmes John, Rutland Arms hotel & posting house
Holmes Thomas Housley, bookseller, stationer & fancy repository, & publisher of the 'Matlock Bath Telegraph' newspaper
Horton Charlotte (Mrs.),fancy repositry
Ivatts & Jordan, New Bath hotel & posting house
King James, tailor & lodging house
King Joseph, tailor
King William, tailor
Lymn John, boot & shoe maker
Martin Charles, wheelwright & joiner, Matlock dale
Martin Joseph, spar & marble worker, Matlock dale
Matlock Bath Telegraph (Thomas Housley Holmes, publisher) ; published on saturdays
Moore Caleb, lodging house
Murphy John A. surgeon dentist
National Savings Bank Association (limited), (Joseph Greaves, manager)
Neal Luke, lodging house, Strawberry cottage
Newbold Thomas Henry, solicitor, clerk to the Duffield and Wirksworth district of the Derby & Sheffield Turnpike Trust, solicitor to the Matlock & Bonsall Associations for Prosecuting Felons, solicitor & steward to the manors of Matlock, Bonsall, Heage, Alderwasley & Ashley hay, clerk to the trustees of the Cromford & Belper, Tupton, & Ashover & Birkin Lane roads, clerk to the magistrates for Wirksworth division, steward of the manors of Wirksworth & Iretonwood, & secretary to the Matlock Gas & Coke Co. & to the Matlock Bridge & Matlock Town Gas Co. & solicitor to the Matlock Water Works Co
Nicholls Alfred, saddler & harness maker & coach trimmer
Ogden Francis, spar & marble worker
Ogden John, lodging house
Pearson Misses, lodging house
Pearson Thomas, spar & marble worker
Pearson William, posting master
Pearson William, spar & marble worker
Pether Arthur Wheatcroft, coach painter & builder
Radfirth & Swift, builders & joiners
Radfirth George, lodging house
Rothwell Mary (Mrs.), lodging house
Simons George, paper manufacturer
Skidmore Margaret (Miss), grocer
Skidmore Samuel, draper
Smedley Ann (Mrs.), cavern proprietor & spar marble worker
Smedley Ellen (Mrs.), spar & marble worker & lodging house
Smedley Job, grocer & baker
Smedley William, spar & marble worker, & lodging house
Smith John, carrier, Matlock dale
Smith Samuel, spar & marble worker
Smith William, gardener
Smith William, posting master
Stevens Thomas & Fred. William & Co. barytes & color manufacturers, Tor works, Matlock dale
Stevenson Caroline (Mrs.), lodging house, Rose cottage
Thomas Richard, lodging house
Walker George, mining agent & lodging house
Walker Richard, Bath terrace hotel & posting house
Walker Thomas (late Vallance), spar & marble museum & manufacturer, & proprietor of boats & Lovers' Walks
Wadsworth Joseph, beer retailer
Wheatcroft James Walter & Sidney Fred. builders & joiners
Wheatcroft James Walter, plumber, glazier, gas fitter, & tinman & brazier
Wheatcroft John, civil engineer
Wingfield Sarah (Mrs.), milliner & mantle warehouse, Victoria house
Woodfield Wm. black marble worker
Wright Benjamin, mosaic & malachite worker
Wyvill Wm. shopkeeper, Matlock dale


Matlock Bank

Cash Josiah, esq. Bridge house
Haywood Mr. James
Higgs Rev. John, B.A.
Marshall Mr. William
Morrell Mr. Abraham, Balmoral house
Smith Mr. Henry, Spring cottage

COMMERCIAL.

Addy George, butcher
Addy Martha (Mrs.), farmer
Bagshaw John, millwright
Bagshaw Thomas, wheelwright
Boden George, farmer
Boden Samuel, Gate, & shopkeeper & licensed to let horses & carriages
Brailsford William, gardener
Bridge House Hydropathic Establishment (Dr. Josiah Cash, proprtr)
Cartlidge William, lodging house
Cash Josiah, surgeon, Bridge house
Caulfield John Burgoyne Kitchiner, surgeon dentist, Ash cottage
Crowder Mrs. lodging house
Crowder William, lodging house
Davis Horatio, grocer & linen draper
Drabble George, carpenter
Farnsworth Hannah (Mrs.), bleacher
Farnsworth John, grocer
Freckingham Henry, farmer
Goodlad Emanuel, lodging house
Goodwin John, farmer
Goodwin Mary (Miss), lodging house
Hawley George, shopkeeper
Hurd John, shopkeeper & stone mason
Hydropathic Establishment (George Davis, proprietor)
Hydropathic Establishment (John Smedley, proprietor; Jonas Brown, manager)
Jackson House Hydropathic Establishment (Geo. Barton, proprietor)
King Anthony, grocer
Knowles Job, farmer & quarry owner
Manchester House Hydropathic Establishment & Family Boarding House (Samuel Frost, proprietor)
Martin Sarah (Mrs.), lodging house, Larch cottage
Moore Peter, baker
Prospect House Hydropathic Establishment (Thomas Davis, proprietor)
Rockside Hydropathic Establishment, (Charles Rowland, proprietor)
Rouse Rebecca, shopkeeper
Smith George, gardener
South View Cottage Hydropathic Establishment ( Ralph Davis, proprietor)
Stevens Charles, butcher
Walton Anthony, shopkeeper & stone mason
Ward William & Sons, quarry owners
Ward George, wheelwright; beer retailer & shopkeeper
Wheatcroft Leonard, farmer
Wildgoose John, stone mason
Young Charles, stone mason


Matlock Bridge

Else Mr. John, The Firs
Ingall Samuel, esq
Nuttall Mrs
Reddish Mr. Joseph, Riversdale house
Ballington George, boot & shoe maker
Boden Job (Mrs.),farmer
Bratby William, chemist & grocer
Bromley John William Adin, draper
Broadhurst Benjamin, station master; Matlock Bridge station
Bunting Leonard, saddler & harness makr
Cardin John, farmer, Green hills
Cardin Joseph, color manufacturer
Croft James, cabinet maker
Fox Joseph, coal dealer
Hodgkinson Lindsey, grocer & post master
Hodgson William, painter & decorator
Knowles Edwin farmer
Marriott John, farmer & butcher
Marriott Matthew, farmer
Mattocks Mark & Co. watch manufacturers & at Bakewell & Coventry
Potter Henry, hosier manufacturer
Potter Thomas, house painter & decorator
Rawson Thomas, Boat House, & lime burner
Reddish Jane & Emily (Misses), ladies' boarding school
Roper Elizabeth (Mrs.), Queen's Head
Sims Alexander, Crown
Statham Joshua & George, boot & shoe makers, Dimple
Taylor Joseph, plumber & glazier
Thompson James, blacksmith
Walters Thomas, tailor & draper
Young Charles, stone mason


Riber

Smedley Mr. John, The Lodge

COMMERCIAL.

Allen George, farmer
Cotterill John, farmer
Fox William, farmer
Knowles Thomas, carpenter
Wall George, farmer
Wall Henry, farmer


Starkholmes

Carline Joseph, farmer & shopkeeper
Carline Thomas, boot & shoe maker
Fox Joseph, farmer
Fox Luke, farmer
Fox Samuel, White Lion, & boot & shoe maker
Gregory Joseph, tailor
Holmes James, farmer
Knowles Adam, stone mason
Knowles Henry, carpenter
Statham Solomon, beer retailer & shopkeeper
Statham (Mrs.), shopkeeper
Walker Thomas, boot & shoe maker

MISCELLANEOUS


p.277
Parish Clerk, Luke Wilson.

POST & MONEY ORDER- OFFICE & POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK.-Miss Elizabeth Travis, postmistress. Letters arrive from London, per mail cart; at 6.35 a.m. ; dispatched thereto at 7.10 p.m. Letters arrive from Derby & other parts at 6.35 a.m. ; dispatched at 7.10 p.m. ; from Wirksworth, at 7.30 p.m. ; dispatched at 6.35 on the following morning. A rural post leaves here for Matlock Town; Tansley & Lea, Lea Bridge & Holloway; Darley; Cromford, Bonsall & Winster, at 7.30 a.m.; returns at 6 p.m. Box closes at 6.30 p.m. but letters may be posted till 7 , by affixing an extra stamp

INSURANCE AGENTS :-
European Life, William Brooker
Indisputable Life Assurance of Scotland, Thomas Henry Newbold, esq
Lancashire, John Coates
Manchester Fire, W .H. Smith, Spring cottage, Darley dale
Midland Counties Life & Fire, Thomas Housley Holmes
Norwich Union, Joseph Stone
Phœnix Fire, Thomas Henry Newbold, esq
Royal Farmers' & General, Chas. Sybray, Snitterton hall
Midland Railway, William Rich; station master

PUBLIC OFFICERS.
Clerk to Wirksworth Magistrates, Steward of the Manors of Wirksworth, Ireton Wood, & secretary to Matlock Gas & Coke Co. Thomas Henry Newbold
Clerk to Duffield & Wirksworth & District & Derby & Sheffield Turnpike Trust, & Solicitor to the Matlock & the Bonsall Association for Prosecuting felons,
Thomas Henry Newbold, esq
Commissioner in all the Law Courts, Thomas Henry Newbold, esq
Steward of the Manor of Matlock; Bonsall; Heage; Alderswasley, Ashleyhay, Clerk to the Trustees of the Cromford & Belper, Tupton & Ashover, Birkin Lane Turnpike Roads
, Thomas Henry Newbold, esq
SCHOOLS:-
Endowed (mixed), Joseph Naylor, master , Miss Elizabeth Naylor, Mistress
National, Matlock Bath, James Gallie, master; Mrs. Gallie, mistress
NEWSPAPER.-Matlock Bath Telegraph (published on saturday), Thomas Housley Holmes, publisher
POSTING HOUSES:-
New Bath hotel, Ivatts & Jordan. Omnibus to meet every train
Bath Terrace hotel, Richard Walker. Omnibus to meet every train
Hodgkinson's Commercial hotel, Wm. Brooker: Omnibus to meet every train
CARRIERS TO :-
CHESTERFIELD-John Rouse, tues. thurs & sat
DERBY-John Holmes, mon. & thurs. returning alternate days ; John Smith, tues. & thurs.
SHEFFIELD-John Smith, fri. Returning sat .
WIRKSWORTH-John Rouse, fri.; John Smith, mon

MATLOCK BRIDGE:
POST & MONEY ORDER OFFICE & POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANK. -Lindsey Hodgkinson, postmaster.
Letters arrive from Matlock Bath at 8.30 a.m. ; dispatched thereto at 5.45 p.m

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An Ann Andrews transcript
With my grateful thanks to Martin Rowley for sending copies of the directory for transcription
Note: spelling, case and punctuation are as they appear in the Directory