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Matlock Bath : Kelly's, 1891
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Kelly's Directory of the Counties of Derby, Notts, Leicester and Rutland. Pub. London (May, 1891) pp. 255-257



'The names of residents in the parish of Matlock who receive letters through Cromford are given within that place; they include the names in Scarthin, Willersley, Cromford Bridge &c.'

PRIVATE RESIDENTS.

Baker Rev. Charles, Vicarage
Balguy Francis Corfield, Green bank
Barker Mrs. Eaton villa
Bellamy Rev. Frank Robert [Congregational], Glenorchie
Cardin John, Dale crescent
Cardin, Michael Henry, Dale crescent
Chadwick Mrs. The Tower
Chadwin Miss, Clarence Villas
Clare Mrs. Sunnybank
Clark Thomas, Masson house
Collier Mrs. Beech cliff
Cubley H. Hadfield, Montpellier
Cursham Chas. Lambert, Derwent bank
Evans William, Birkland villas
Hackwood Richard Warwick, 3 Woodland terrace
Harris Walter Noel, The Rocks, Matlock dale
Hayward John, Barton villa
Holland Robert Carr Brackenbury M.D. Dale house
Hopkinson Mrs. 5 Clarence terrace
Houseman Albert, Tor Hill house
Howe William Elliott, Fernie bank
Innes John Caithness, Wint ho. Derby rd
Johnson Mrs. Clifton villa, Clifton road
Kersley Stewart Roper, Holme villas
Ladd Thomas Henry, Greenbank villas
Lawton John Edward, Glenorchy
Leacroft Misses, Dale cot. Matlock dale
Leacroft Mrs. High Tor cot. Matlock dale
Morton Mrs. Beech cliff
Ogden Mrs. 1 Woodland terrace
Pearson Lewis,1 Riverside cottages
Pearson Misses, Temple terrace
Pearson, Mrs, Brunswood villa
Peters Charles, Gildroy
Quillam Joseph Haigh, Holme bank
Ratcliffe Mrs. 4 Woodland terrace
Richdale John, Brunswood road
Rowland George James, Dovedale house
Scorer, Anthony, Dale house
Silcox Rev. Alfred John [Wesleyan], 3 Clarence terrace
Speed Edward, 1 Clarence terrace
Sprinthall Miss, The Tower
Sprinthall Samuel, Heights of Abraham
Stevens Frederick Wm. Matlock dale
Stevens Mrs Matlock dale
Stevenson Robert, Riversdale
Stoneman Anthony J. Ivy bank, Masson road
Sully Samuel, Swiss vlla, Clifton road
Swift William, Temple walk
Topham Herbert, Tor house
Wallace Robert, Holme villas
Walters Miss, Masson cottage
Wardley James, 2 Woodland terrace
Webster Mrs. 3 Brunswick terrace
Wheatcroft John Adams, Heath bank
Williamson Charles, Brunswood house
Wright John B.A. (head master Trinity middle school), The Villa


COMMERCIAL.

ARKWRIGHT SIR RICHARD & CO. thread manufacturers, Masson Mill; & at Cromford
Arkwright Lodge of Freemasons (No. 1495)(Robert Hall, master), Tyack's New Baths hotel
Asbury Thomas, chemist, Derwent par
Baguley Robt. lodging ho. Wellington ho.
Balguy F.C. manager of the Derby & Derbyshire Bank
Barker Elizh (Mrs.), shopkpr. Hope ter
Barlow Martha (Mrs.), lodging house, 4 Holme villas
Barnes Ann Eliza (Mrs.), lodging & boarding house, 4 Fountain villas
Barnes Emma (Mrs.), refreshment rooms, North parade
Barnes Samuel handmade hosiery manufacturer, North parade
Bath Terrace Hotel (Thomas William Hesketh); good accommodation for private families
Bentall Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, Belle Vue cottage
Boden James, spar & marble worker
BODEN JOHN, baker & confectioner, & agent for W. & A. Gilbey, wine & spirit merchants, & proprietor of Boden's restaurant, South parade
Boden John Edward, spar & marble worker, Waterloo road
BODEN JOHN WILLIAM, grocer, provision merchant & general warehouseman, Derby road; branch opposite the Church
Boden Thomas, boot & shoe maker, South parade; & at Cromford & Matlock Bank
Briddon George, blacksmith, & lodging house, 1 Fountain villas
Briddon Herbt. ldgng. Ho. Derwent view
Brooker Fdk. Geo. Carriage pro. North par
Broomhead Eliza (Miss), lodging house, Belmont cottage
Bryan William, draper & hosier
BUTTERWORTH CHARLES, first class accommodation, Langdale cottage, Masson rd
Buxton, Samuel & Son, Builders &c
Buxton Herbert, spar & marble worker
Buxton Thomas, joiner, South parade
Cardin Job Hall, proprietor of the High Tor Grotto & worker in Blue John ornaments, The Dale
Cardin Joseph, lodging house, Matlock dale
Chaplain Thos. Insur. Agt. 3 Clarence vils
Coates Rd. lodgng. Ho. Tor vil. The Dale
Coates Thomas, lodging house, Violet cottage, Masson road
Cooper Henry, family draper, ladies' outfittr. hosier, milliner &c. Parade ho
Cooper Thomas (Mrs.), lodging house, 3 Richmond terrace, Brunswood Road
Crompton & Evans' Union Bank Limited (branch)(Percival Nuttall, manager); & at Matlock Bridge
Cursham Charles, L. solicitor, Derwent bank
Dakin Sarah A. & Ellen (Misses), berlin & fancy repository, Derwent parade
Dakin Joseph, collector to the local board, North parade
Dalton Frederick, Victoria retaurant & fruiterer, North parade
Derby & Derbyshire Banking Co. Lim. (branch)(F.C. Balguy, manager); draw on Williams, Deacon & Manchester & Salford Bank Lim. Birchin la. London E.C; & at Matlock Bridge
Devonshire Hotel (Sl. Robinson, propr.)
Doxey Geo. Pork butcher, Waterloo rd
DRABBLE GEORGE, timber merchant and saw mills, Railway station (all letters should be addressed Matlock bank); also at Matlock Bank, & Vi Gellia, near Cromford
Eaton Priscilla (Mrs.), fancy repository, 8 Derwent terrace
Edwards William, Station hotel
Etheridge Clendon, fishmonger, South parade
Evans Frederick, tailor, Holme road
Evans Sarah (Mrs.),Temple family hotl
Evans Mark, seedsman, refreshment room & lodging house, North parade
Evans Thos. Lodging ho. 4 Brimswood ter
Finney Wm. carpentr & joiner, Temple ter
Flude Joseph, fancy reposty, Temple rd
Foulds Eleanor (Mrs.), lodging house, Woodland terrace, Derby road
Fountain Baths & Assembly Room (W.E. Howe)
Frost James, boot maker, Holme road
Hallows John, Lodging ho. 2 Clarence vils
Hardstaff Maria (Mrs.), lodging house, Devonshire cottage
Hardy Sl. Refreshment rms. Waterloo rd
Heights of Abraham (Samuel Sprinthall, lessee)
Henstock James, lodging ho. 3 Holme rd
Hesketh Thomas William, Bath Terrace hotel; good stabling and coaching ho
Higgs Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 2 Midland Terrace
High Tor Grotto (Job Hall Cardin, proprietor), The Dale
Higton John, geologist & spar worker, South parade
Hilder John, Wm. photographer, South par
Hodgkinson's Hotel Sidney Frederick Wheatcroft (proprietor); good stabling & coach house
Hodgkinson Jas. carpenter, Waterloo rd
Hodgkinson John, farmer, Masson
Hodgkinson John (Mrs.), lodging ho. Ivy cot
Holland Robert Carr Brackenbury M.D. surgeon, Dale house, Matlock dale
Hope Joseph Jackson, jeweller & spar worker, Derwent parade
Howe Wm. Elliott, bookseller, stationer, music seller, library & fine art repos
Hoyland Fras. Rutland Arms P.H. Derby rd
Hutchins Edmund, police inspector, Police station
Innes John Caithness, surgeon, Wint house, Derby road
Jordan William, surveyor, & inspector of nuisances to Matlock Bath local board & clerk to Bonsall local board, Masson houses
Kay Henry, lodging house, Rose cottage
King Jas (Mrs.), lodging ho. Alpine vils
King L. (Miss), lodging house & refreshment rooms, South parade
King Wm. linen draper, North parade
Kirkland Samuel, farmer, Ember farm
Ladd Thomas Henry, solicitor & commissioner to administer oaths
Land John, shopkeeper, Waterloo road
Leggoe Frederick Edwin, Promenade restaurant & cab proprietor
Lymn Frederick Charles, solicitor, & clerk to Matlock Bath local board & solicitor to Matlock bath Angling Association, 3 Fountain villas
Lymn John, lodging ho. Fountain vils
Martin Hy. Wheelwright, Matlock dale
Martin Sarah (Mrs.), lodging house, The Laurels, Holme road
Matlock Angling Association (Arthur Clarke, sec)
Matlock Bath Aërated & Mineral Water Works (Mrs. Mary Whittaker, proprietress), The Dale
Matlock Bath Gas Light & Coke Co. Limited (Jsph. Reeds, managing director)
Matlock Bath Skating Rink (William B. Hunt, proprietor)
Matlock & High Tor Recreation Grounds Co. Ltd.(Robert Hall, Sec)
Pavilion & gardens (F. Downs, Manager)
Neale Emily (Mrs.), lodging ho. Dale cres
NEW BATH HOTEL (Thomas Tyack, proprietor)
Nicholls Alfred, saddler & harness maker, south parade
Nicholson Rev. Richard, Hydropathic institution, Clarence house
Nightingale John, painter & decorator, Museum parade
Ogden Fredk, jeweller, dealer in marble; jewellery neatly repaired, Derby road
Ogden John, spar & marble worker
Ogden Wm. jewellr. & spar wrkr. South par
OXLEY JANE (MRS.), lodging house, Terrace cot. (opposite New bath hotl)
Pavilion & Gardens Co. (F. Downs, manager)
Pavilion Fancy Repository (Jsph. Flude)
Picken Fanny Elizabeth (Miss), young ladies' schl. Lindum vil. Brunswood road
Potter James, solicitor & commissioner for oaths & steward to the manor of Matlock, Albert chambers
Potter Louisa (Mrs.), fancy repository, Derwent parade
Potter Wm. photographer, Matlock dale
POUNTAIN GIRADOT & FORMAN LIMITED (A. W. Upton, manager), wine & spirit merchants, Parade
Quant John Cheadle, pianoforte tuner, Craven villa
Radfirth Hannah (Miss), lodging house, 2 Fountain villas
Rains Jacob, cavern proprietor
RATCLIFFE HANNAH (MRS.), boat owner & refreshment rooms, Riverside, Derby road
Reeds Jsph. Grcr. & baker, 1 North par
Reeds Peter, confectioner & dining rooms, Derwent parade
Richardson, William, station master; residence, 3 Midland terrace
Robinson Elizabeth (Mrs.), lodging house, 1 Midland terrace
ROBINSON SAMUEL, Devonshire hotel; excellent accommodation for commercials, tourists & day parties
Royal Hotel (Thos. Tyack, proprietor)
Sheldon Henry, Prudential Insurance superintendent, Brunswood road
Scorer John Anthony, general draper, 1 Derwent parade
Shepherd James, manager to Simons & Pickard, Derby road
Short Hy. Hair dresser, 2 North parade
Simons & Pickard, paper manufacturers, Masson & Dunsley mills (note: James Shepherd, Derby road, manager)
Skidmore Samuel & Son, linen drapers & hosiers, Derby road
Skidmore Margt. (Miss), grocr. Derby rd
Smedley Eleanor (Miss), Midland hotel
SMEDLEY JOHN, posting master & spar worker
Smedley Wm. & Jn. tufa stone mers. &c.
Smedley Wm. cab & cavern proprietor
Smith Emma & Louisa (Misses), dress makers, Dale crescent
Smith Samuel, spar & marble worker
SPEED EDWARD, wine & spirits merchants, The Old Vaults
Stevens Brothers, barytes & color manufactures, Matlock dale
Taylor Samuel, grocer, The Dale
Temple Family Hotel (Mrs. Sarah Evans, proprietress)
Thickett Mary (Miss), young ladies' school, 2 Clarence terrace
Topham Herbert, surgeon, Tor house
Towler James, joiner, Holme road
Trinity Middle School (John Wright B.A. head master)
Tyack Thomas, New bath hotel; first-class family accommodation
Upton A. W. manager to Pountain Giradot & Forman Limited, Parade
Wadsworth Thomas, beer retailer
Walker Mary (Mrs.) lodging house, 1 Brunswood terrace
Walker Thomas, plumber, glazier & gasfitter, Derby road
Wallis Walter, Prince of Wales P.H. Orchard road
Ward Chas. (Mrs.), ldgng. Ho. 3 Holme vls
Ward Francis, butcher, Holme road
Wheatcroft Jas. Walter, ironmonger &c
Watts Bridget (Mrs.), refreshment rooms, The Dale
Wheatcroft John, lodging ho. South view
Wheatcroft Sidney Fredk. Hodgkinson's hotel, centre of the town; good stabling accommodation
WHITAKER MARY (MRS), aërated & mineral water manufacturer & lodging house, The Dale
Wilde Henry, private hotel & boarding house, The Peveril
Wilde Walter, butcher, South parade
Witham Wm. Wright, drapr. South par
Woodfield Eliza (Mrs), lod. Ho. Milton ho
Woodfield Wm. black marble & spar wrkr
Wyvill Wm. Herbert, groc. & boarding ho


POST, M.O. & T.O., S.B. & Assurance Annuity Office.
- Arthur Clark, postmaster. Letters arrive from all parts at 6.10 a.m. & from London, Derby & Midland counties 2.47 p.m. ; from Manchester, Liverpool, Lancashire & Buxton 2.47 p.m. ; London & South Coast, Derby & Midland counties at 6.20 p.m. ; dispatches 10.45 a.m. London & South Coast, Derby & Midland counties ; & 8.20 p.m. general evening dispatch to all parts. Sundays the only dispatch is at 7.30 p.m. There are three deliveries daily, covering the parish of Matlock (except to Starkholmes & Riber) ; 1st, 7 a.m. ; 2nd, 3.10 p.m. & 3rd, 6.40 p.m. Parcels also delivered with each delivery of letters. The following places are served from Matlock Bath by rural postmen leaving at 6 a.m., namely, Tansley, Hackney, Two Dales, Darley Dale & Wensley.

The Post Office is open from 7 a.m. till 8 p.m. Telegraph 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Post office orders issued and paid from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sundays, telegrams 8 to 10 a.m. ; stamps 7 to 10 a.m. ; & letters delivered to callers, 7 to 10 a.m.

Inland revenue stamps are sold at the Post Office & all other usual business transacted.

WALL LETTER BOXES, Holme rd., Matlock Bath, cleared at 6 & 10.30 a.m. 4 & 7.45 p.m. ; Matlock Dale, 5.45 & 10.25 a.m. 12 noon & 3.30 & 7.55 p.m. ; sunday, 6.10 p.m.

PILLAR LETTER BOX, Woodland terrace, Derby road, 6.15 & 10.15 a.m. & 12.30, 3.30 & 7.45 p.m. ; sunday 6.30 p.m.

Railway Station, William Richardson, station master


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


Elsewhere on this site: Kelly's Derbyshire, 1891
Cromford extracts (Scarthin, etc.) for 1891 are located there



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