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Matlock Bank and Matlock Moor, Kelly's Directory, 1891
19th Century Directories - Commercial, Trades and Private Residents

Kelly's Directory of the Counties of Derby, Notts, Leicester and Rutland. Pub. London (May, 1891) pp.257-258



PRIVATE RESIDENTS
Barlow John, Linden cot. Lime Tree hill
Barton George Barnard, Dalefield
Blevin William, Chesterfield road
Brookesbank Chas. James, Summerfield
Brown Samuel, The Dimple
Carter Mrs. Fair view
Challand Hy. Vine ho. Chesterfield road
Clarke Rev. Edwin [Congregational], Heather bank
Collinson Charles, The Terrace, Dimple
Davies Geo. Dane cottage, Wellington st
Dobson Rev. James [Primitive Methodist], Daisy bank
Douglas Alfred Henry, Beech villa
Drabble Frederick H. Fair View house
Drabble George Stendall, Lime Tree hill
Drabble Thomas Cooper, The Mount
Else George Nuttall, Riber view, Lime Tree hill
Firth William, Wellington street
Fox Miss, Chesterfield road
Graham Miss, Rose Mount villas
Hague John, Dimple
Hawley James, Mostyn cottage
Higgs Rev John, B.A. The Terrace, Dimple
Hope George, Ebor mount
Hope John Thomas, Dent house
Horsley Charles, Highfields
Horsley William, New road
Hunter William Bell M.D. Hill side
Hursthouse Wm. Linton cot. Smedley st
Jenkinson __, Rose Mount villas
Jones Rev. Robert Morgan M.A. Spring cottage, Dimple
Lowe Rev. Adam M.A. [vicar of All saints]
Marriott Mrs. Elm Tree house, Dimple
Morrell Michael Thos. Balmoral house
Moxon William, West view
O'Connor Rev. Dionyius Prittie M.A. Cambrian house
Paling Thoams, Burton villas
Robinson Rev. Wm. [Wesleyan], Parkfield
Roby Miss, Chesterfield road
Rowland Charles, Claremont
Russell Mrs. Riber view
Scofield Miss, Oak Tree house
Starkey William, Dale view
Stenson Miss, Fernside villas
Stevens Thomas, Bradford villa
Tidman William, Fern cottage
Tomlinson Mrs. Stratford villa
Turner James, Hopewell terrace
Turner John
Waite George, Fernside villas
Walker Mrs. Riber view
Ward Rev. Valentine [Congregational], The Manse
Whitby Charles Joseph B.A. M.B. Smedley's establishment
Wildgoose Laurence Thomas, Hopewell
Wildgoose Robert J.P. The Gables
Willan Miss, The Laurels Rockside
Woodiwiss Mrs. Rose villa, New road
Wright William, New road

COMMERCIAL

Allen Joshua, boarding & day school, Cavendish house
ALLSOPP MR. & MRS. hydropathic establishment, Belle vue
Arms Jesse, beer retailer, Smedley st
Askew William Brightmore, farmer, Cuckoo stone
Atkins William, hydropathic establishment, Rock side
Auty Thomas Platt, grocer, provision & toy dealer
Bagshaw Noah, hair dresser
Bagshaw Robt. carriage proprtr. Dimple
Bagshaw Thos. wheelwright & carpenter
Bamford Emily Jane (Mrs.), beer retailer, Jackson road
Bannister John, plumber, Jackson road
Barber Frederick, artist & photographer, The Matlock studio of art photography, Bank road
Barlow Thomas, draper, Smedley st.
Barnard Henry, bookseller, stationer & fancy repository, Smedley st
Barton George Barnard, hydropathic establishment, Dalefield
Bates William, cab proprietor, Dimple
Beck David, butcher, Pope's carr
Beck Thomas, stone merchant & builder, Pope's carr
Boden & Sons, cab proprietors &c.
Boden Jsph. cab proprietor, Cherry holt
Boden Sarah (Mrs.) farmr. Smedley st
Boden Thomas, boot & shoe maker, Stafford house; & at Cromford & Matlock Bath
Boden William, Gate inn & livery stables
Bowman Henry, farmer, Cuckoo Stone ho
Bramald William, hydropathic establishment, Elm Tree house
Brennan Kate (Miss), fancy drpr. Bank rd
Bridge Luke, dealer in wines, spirits, ale & porter & tobacconist, Bank rd
BROOKSBANK CHARLES JAMES, surgeon dentist, Summerfield
Brown John, market gardener & florist
Brown Jonas John, hydropathic establishment, Old Bank house
Buxton Isaac, baker & confectioner
Cocking William, drill instructor at Smedley's, Hopewell terrace
Crowder William, news agent & manufacturer of hand & machine made hosiery, Wellington street
Daking Samuel, hair dresser, Smedley st
Davis George, hydropathic establishment, Tor house, Jackson road
Davis Thomas & Sons, hydropathic establishment, Prospect house & Poplar cottage
Davis Ralph & Co. hydropathic establishment, Chesterfield house
DAWES JOHN, hydropathic establishment, Sycamore House, Smedley st
Dean Joseph Leedham, hydropathic establishment, Jackson house
Derby & Derbyshire Convalescent Home (Miss F. Peet, matron)
Derbyshire Lubin, slater
Doxey Jsph. greengrocer, Wellington rd
DRABBLE GEORGE, timber merchant, Lime Tree hill; & saw mills, Matlock Bath & Via Gellia
Edge Wm. farmer, Cuckoo Stone dale
Else Ann (Mrs.), farmer, Lime Tree ho
Else Cath. (Miss), shopkpr. Smedley st
Else George Nuttall, collector to the local board, Lime Tree hill
Else Joseph, tailor, Smedley st
Farnsworth Geo. nursery, Wellington street
Felthouse Chas, grocer &c. Smedley st
Fern Joseph, lodging house, Smedley st
Furniss Wm. cab proprietor, Smedley st
Goodwin E & Son, farmer, The Wolds
Goodwin William, farmer, Hurst
Hancock Wm. lodging house, Bank cottage
Hand Hy. carriage proprtr. Pope's carr
Harrison Mary (Mrs.), lodging house, Dimple terrace
Hart John, private apartments, boarding house & refreshment rooms, Masson view, Smedley st
Hart Chas. Assist. Supt. to Wesleyan & General Assurance Society, Masson view, Smedley street
Haslam Sarah, lodging ho. Bank rd
Hatfield, Ann (Mrs), grocer &c. Jackson rd
Hawley Geo. stationer &c. Post office
Hill A. pork butcher, Bank rd
Hill Wm. tailor & woollen draper, Bank rd
Hopkinson Frank, buildr & slater, New rd
Houldgate William, boot maker, Richmond terrace
Houseley Blanche (Mrs.), pork butcher, Smedley street
Hunter William Bell M.D. physician, Smedley's establishment, res. Hill side
HURD, SON & CO. silk, silk & merino & natural wool underclothing & hosiery manfrs. Portland Grange mills
Hurd Ann (Mrs.) beer retailer
Industrial & Provident Society Limited (George Wall, manager), Smedley st
Johnson Eliza (Mrs.), milliner, Bank rd
Jones Ann (Mrs.), lodging ho. Burton vls
Jones Thomas, lodging ho. New rd.
Jones Thomas Arthur, boot maker, Smedley street
King Joseph, yeast importer & tobacconist, Smedley street
King William, baker, Smedley street
KIRKLAND CHARLES, plumber, painter, glazier, paper hanger & electrical engineer, Pope's carr
Knowles Edwin, dairyman, Smedley st
Knowles Elizabeth (Miss), hydropathic establishment, Smedley street
Knowles Wm. joiner & bldr. Jackson rd
Knowles William, musical instrument dealer, Smedley street
Lilley Thomas, hair dresser, Smedley st
Lind Jas. Phrenologist, Richmond ter
Lomas George, butcher, Bank road
Ludlam Hannah (Mrs.), farmer, Moor
Marsden Daniel & Son, ironmongers & braziers
Marsden Henry, linen draper, Smedley street; & at Matlock Bridge
Marsden Fredk. Boot maker, Smedley st
Matlock House Hydropathic Establishment (Robt. Hall, sec)
Matlock Social Institute (Charles Jos. Whitby B.A. sec)
Mills Samuel, boot maker, Smedley st
Moxon William L.R.C.P. Edin. physician & surgeon & medical officer & public vaccinator Matlock district, Bakewell union, & medical officer of health to Matlock urban sanitary authority, West view
Oakley Walt. John, painter & decorator
Potter Henry, hand machine hosiery manufacturer, Dimple
Pride William, fruiterer &c. Smedley st
Richards George, boot maker, Dimple
RIDGARD AARON, hydropathic establishment, Rose cottage, Dimple
Ringrose Joseph Thomas, smallware dealer, Jackson road
Rock side Hydropathic & Boarding Establishment, Wm. Atkins, proprietor (also the proprietor of Darley Dale Hydropathic Establishment); William Moxon L.R.C.P., physician
Russwurm Mary (Miss), ladies' school, Beechwood
Scotthorne Geo. greengrocer, Dimple
Searle Emma (Mrs.), fancy repository, Smedley street
Shenton Richard, jeweller, watch maker & optician, Smedley st
Simpson Mark, umbrella maker &c
Slater George, boot maker, Rutland st
Smedley's Hydropathic Co. Lim. (Alfred Douglas, sec; William B. Hunter M.D. & Charles Jos. Whitby B.A., M.D., physicians)
Smedley Memorial Hydropathic Hospital (Miss Ann Jackson, matron)
Smith Job, hydropathic establishment, Malvern house, Smedley street
Smith John Lee, apartments, Clifton vil
Smith William, joiner, Dale view
Stallard William, lodging house, Larch Tree cottage
Staniford Robt. J. town crier, Smedley street
Statham George, baker & confectioner, Wellington street
Statham George, boot maker, Jackson rd
Stevens Clara Jemima (Miss), private boarding house, Tor view
Stocker Henry, linen draper &c. Oxford house
Sulley John, shop keeper, Pope's carr
Swift Benj. plumber &c. Wellington st
Thacker Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, Stanley villa
Tollady Adeline (Miss), milliner & fancy draper, millinery orders carefully attended to, Bank road
Turner James, architect & surveyor, Hopewell terrace
Wagstaffe Mary (Mrs.), lodging house, Smedley street
Wall Henry, lodging house, Lime Tree hill
Wall John Tom, cabinet ma. furniture dealer & UNDERTAKER, Smedley st
Ward Frank, butcher, Jackson road
Ward Frederick, butcher, Smedley street
Ward George, butcher, Smedley street
Ward George, Duke of Wellington P.H. & wheelwright
Ward Henry, hydropathic establishment, Bank house & Church view
Ward William Henry, farmer, Dimple
Warner Herbert, musical instrument dealer, Bank road
Warrener William, joiner, Dimple
Wesley Wm. boot maker, Smedley st
WESLEYAN & GENERAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY (estab. 1841); head offices, Moor street, Birmingham; (branch) (Charles Hart, assistant supt.) Masson view, Smedley street
Wheatcroft Leonard (Mrs.), apartments, Darley villa
Wheeldon Charles, apartments, New road
Wheeldon James, butcher & farmer
Wheeldon John, hydropathic establishment, Spring villa, Smedley street
Whittaker Mary (Mrs.), ale & porter stores & mineral water manufacturer, Dimple stores
WIGSTON ROSANNA & EMILY (THE MISSES), lodging houses, Leicester vil. Bank rd. & Castle view, Smedley st
Wildgoose Eliza (Mrs.), lodging house, Glen mount
Wildgoose Lawrence Thomas, builder, contractor, plumber & painter
Wilmot John, beer retailer, Dimple
Wilson Dorothy (Mrs.), grocr. Smedley st
Wilson John. Poyser, grocer, Jackson's rd
Wood Mary (Mrs.) lodging house, Smedley street
Woodhouse Henry, carriage proprietor, Smedley street
Wragg, Geo. Beer retailer, Jackson rd
Wright Michael, tin plate worker, Smedley street
Young William (Mrs.), brick maker & farmer, Moor


POST , M.O. & T.O., S.B. & Insurance Annuity & Office, Smedley street, Matlock Bank. - Geoge Hawley, postmaster. Letters arrive from Matlock Bath at 7.45 a.m. & 8.30 a.m. 2.15 & 7.30 p.m. ; & dispatched thereto at 10 a.m., 7.30 & 8.20 p.m. ; sundays at 5.45 pm.

WALL BOXES: Chesterfield Road, Matlock Bank, cleared at 9.45 a.m. & 2.45, 5.15 & 7.15 p.m. ; Jackson Road, Matlock Bank, cleared at 9.35 a.m. 4.20 & 7.25 p.m. ; Rockside, cleared at 9.50 a.m. & 4.10 & 7.20 p.m. ; Dimple, cleared at 9.30 a.m. 4.30 & 7.30 p.m.


An Ann Andrews transcript
Note: spelling, case and punctuation are as they appear in the Directory


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