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Matlock Bank and Matlock Moor, Kelly's Directory, 1895
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Kelly's Directory of the Counties of Derby, Notts, Leicester and Rutland. Pub. London (1895)



PRIVATE RESIDENTS

Barber Frederick, Albion house, Chesterfield road
Barlow John, Linden cot. Lime Tree hill
Barton George Barnard, Dalefield
Bradshaw Thos. Fern cott. Dimple
Brooksbank Chas. James, Summerfield
Brown Samuel, The Dimple
Challand Henry, Norwood villa
Clarke Rev. Edwin [Congregational], Heather bank
Collinson Charles, The Terrace, Dimple
Davies George, Smedley street
Davies Robt. P. St. John's Terrace
Davies Robert, Brow lea
Douglas Mrs., Beech vil. Chesterfield road
Drabble Frederick H. Fair View ho
Drabble Geo. Stendall, Lime Tree hill
Drabble Thomas Cooper, The Mount
Else Alfred, Carr bank, Chesterfield rd
Else Geo. Nuttall, Wellfield house
Firth William, Wellington street
Fox Miss, Chesterfield road
Gordon Mrs. Rockside villa
Hawley George, Smedley street
Hawley James, Mostyn cottage
Higgs Rev Jo. B.A. The Terrace, Dimple
Hinckley Philip, St. John's terrace
Hope Geo. Ebor mnt. Chesterfield rd
Hope John Thomas, Dent house
Humphries Rev. A. L. (Primitive Methodist), Daisy bank
Hunter Mrs. Hill side
Hurd Daniel, Woldene ho. Wellingtn. st
Hursthouse William, Linton cottage, Smedley street
Jones Rev. Robert Morgan M.A. Spring cottage, Dimple
Jones Mrs. Smedley street
Leroy Rev. Georg (Catholic), New st
Lowe Rev. Adam M.A. (vicar of All Saints), Mason view
McQuiston Miss, Oak Tree ho. Bank rd
Marsden Henry, Darley Hill side
Mayo-Smith William Jsph. Fair hill
Middleton William, Balmoral
Moxon William, West view
Nevitt Bennett Samuel, Shotwick cottage, Dimple
Roby Miss, Chesterfield road
Rowland Charles, Claremont
Rutherford Thomas, Carr bank, Chesterfield road
Smith Joseph, The Laurels, Wellington street
Smith Thomas, Dimple
Sproul James Nelson, Leicester villa, Bank road
Starkey William, Dale view
Stevens Thomas, Cambrian House, Chesterfield road
Swindell William, St. John's terrace
Thompson Geo. Kelvin grove, Dimple
Tomlinson Mrs. Stratford villa, Wellington street
Turner James, Hopewell terrace
Turner John
Walker Mrs. Wellfield house
Walker Saml. Yorkville ho. Lime Tree hl
Walton John, Heidelberg, Bank road
Wildgoose Laurence Thos. Hopewell
Wildgoose Robert J.P. The Gables
Wilkinson Joseph, Dane cottage, Wellington street
Willan Miss, The Laurels Rock end, Wellington street
Woodiwiss Mrs. Rose villa, New road
Wright William, The Ferns, Lime Grove walk

COMMERCIAL

Alexander Limited, dentist &c. Smedley street
Alexander M.A. hydropathic establishment, Smedley st
Allen George, stationer, Wellington street
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 Thomas, wheelwright & carpenter
Ballington George, builder
Bannister John, plumber, Jackson road
Barber William Harvey, artist & photographer, The Matlock studio, Bank road
Barlow Thomas, draper, Smedley street
Barnard Henry, bookseller, stationer & fancy repository & post office, Smedley street
Barratt Edward, apartments, St. John's terrace
Barton Geo. Barnard, hydropathic establishment, Dalefield
Beck Thomas, stone merchant & builder, Pope's carr
Boden & Sons, cab proprietors &c.
Boden Jsph. cab proprietor, Cherry holt
Boden S. & J. cab proprietors, arrangement for picnic parties, shelibere, glass hearse & mourning coaches
Boden William, Gate inn & livery stables
Bowden Joseph, builder, Jackson's road
Bowman Henry, farmer, Cuckoo Stone house
Bramald William, hydropathic establishment, Elm Tree ho
Bridge Ann (Mrs.), apartments, Lime Tree villas, Lime Tree hill
Bridge Luke, dealer in wines, spirits, ale & porter & tobacconist, Bank road
Brooksbank Charles James, surgeon dentist, Summerfield
Brough John Henry, printer & stationer, Smedley street
Brown John, jun. market gardener & florist
Brown Jonas John, hydropathic establishment, Old Bank house
Buxton Isaac, baker & confectioner, Bank road
Challand Henry, manager, Smedley's establishment
Clay William, beer retailer, Jackson's road
Cocking Wm. drill instructor at Smedley's, Hopewell ter
Crowder William, insurance agent, fire, life, railway accident & glass, Wellington street
Dakin Harry, bespoken boot & shoe making in all the latest styles, worked slippers tastefully mounted, repairs neatly & promptly executed, Smedley 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 Millicent Ann (Miss), toy dealer, Jackson's road
Dawes John, hydropathic establishment, Sycamore House, Smedley st
Dean Gertrude Lilian & Mary Evaline (Misses), drapers, Bank road
Dean Joseph Leedham, hydropathic establishment, Rose Mount house
Derby & Derbyshire Convalescent Home (Miss F. Peet, matron)
Derbyshire Times (branch), Smedley street
Derbyshire Lubin, slater
Dicken John, apartments, St. John's terrace
Doxey Joseph, greengrocer, Wellington rd
Drabble George, timber merchant, The Limes; & saw mills, Matlock Bath & Via Gellia. See advert [Note: not on this site]
Drabble T. C. quarry owner & stone merchant, The Mount ; & Railway station, Matlock Bridge. See advt [Note: not on this site]
Edge William, farmer, Cuckoo Stone dale
Else Ann (Mrs.), farmer, Lime Tree house
Else Catherine (Miss), shopkeeper, Smedley street
Else George Nuttall, collector to the Matlock urban district council & assistant overseer, Wellfield house
Else Joseph, tailor, Smedley st
Eyre Charles, hydropathic establishment, Rose. cot. Dimple
Eyre William, apartments, South view, Dimple
Farnsworth George, nursery, Wellington street
Felthouse Charles, grocer & dealer in wines & spirits, Smedley st
Fern Joseph, apartments, Smedley street
Furniss Wm. cab proptr. Cherry Holt & Wellington st
Goodlad Albert, apartments, St. John's terrace
Goodlad Emmanuel, apartments, Burton villas, Smedley st
Goodwin E & Son, farmer, The Wolds
Goodwin William, farmer, Hurst
Grover Alfred, baker, Bank road
Hague John, apartments, Dimple
Hallatt Tom, greengrocer, Smedley street
Hancock William, apartments, Bank cottage
Hand Henry & Son, carriage proprietor, Pope's carr & Bank road; residence, Smedley street
Harris Charles Henry, nurseryman, Matlock nurseries
Harrison Mary (Mrs.), apartments, Dimple terrace
Haslam Sarah, apartments, Bank rd
Hatfield, Ann (Mrs.), grocer &c. Jackson rd
Hawley Albert, bird dealer, Smedley street
Hill A. pork butcher, Bank rd
Hill William, tailor & woollen draper, Bank road
Holgate Mary Ann (Mrs.) Burton villas, Smedley street
Holmes Anthony, apartments, Wellington street
Holmes Elizabeth (Mrs.), dress maker, Smedley street
Holmes William, teacher of music, Smedley street
Hopkinson Frank, buildr & slater, New street
Houldgate William, boot maker, Richmond terrace
Houseley Blanche (Mrs.), shop keeper, Bank road
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 Maude (Miss), milliner, Bank rd
Johnson T. Crowder, manufacturer of Derbyshire hand made hosiery, Wellington street
Jones Ann (Mrs.), apartments, Castle view, Smedley st
Jones Thomas Arthur, boot maker, Smedley street
King Joseph, yeast importer & tobacconist, Smedley street
King William, baker, Smedley street
Knowles Elizabeth (Miss), hydropathic establishment, Smedley street
Knowles Wm. & Son, joiners & builders, Jackson road
Knowles William Henry, pianoforte tuner, Smedley street
Landmore Fk. W. apartments, Mountain view, Chesterfield rd
Lomas George, butcher, Bank road
Ludlam Hannah (Mrs.), farmer, Moor
McCheane Wm. Cronyn, grocer & provision mer, Smedley st
Marriott John Geo. insurance agent, South View, Dimple
Marsden Daniel & Son, ironmongers & braziers
Marsden Joseph, butcher, Smedley street
Matlock House Hydropathic Establishment (Robert Hall, sec)
Matlock Industrial Provident Society Limited, grocers, Smedley street
Matlock Social Institute (Charles Jos. Whitby B.A. sec)
Matlock Visiting List (Mrs. Elizabeth Edmunds, publisher), Smedley street
Mills Edith (Miss), dress maker, Smedley street
Matlock Water Works Co. Limited ; works, Matlock Bank ; offices, Matlock Bridge
Mills Samuel, boot maker, Smedley street
Moxon William L.R.C.P. Edin. physician & surgeon & medical officer & public vaccinator Matlock district, Bakewell union, & medical officer of health to Matlock urban district council, West view
Mulley Anne M. (Miss), dress maker, Wellington street
Oakley Walter John, painter & decorator, Bank road
Platts Florence (Miss), milliner, Bank road
Pollitt Elizabeth (Miss), apartments, Mount view, Chesterfield road
Potter William Henry, hand machine hosiery mfr, Dimple
Pride William, fruiterer &c. Smedley st
Richards H. G. & J. hydropathic est. Chesterfield ho
Roberts William Hudson, apartments, Smedley street
Rockside Hydropathic & Boarding Establishment, (Miss Ann E. Goodwin, manageress ; Dr. Marie Goodwin L.R.C.P. & S.I. resident physician)
Rose Alexander, apartments, Riber view, Lime Tree hill
Rowlett Joseph, apartments, Fern cottage
Russwurm Mary (Miss), ladies' school, Beechwood
Scotthorne George, greengrocer, Dimple
Searle Emma (Mrs.), toy dealer, Smedley street
Sharpe William C. M.B. house physician, Smedley's estab
Shaw Joseph, hair dresser & tobacconist, Smedley street
Shenton Richd, jeweller, watch ma. & optician, Smedley st
Simpson Mark, umbrella maker &c, Bank road
Slater George, boot maker, Jackson's road
Smedley's Hydropathic Co. Lim. (Alfred Douglas, sec; William C. Sharp M.B. house physician)
Smedley Memorial Hydropathic Hospital (Miss Ann Jackson, matron)
Smith Harriett (Mrs.), apartments, Dimple terrace
Smith Job, hydropathic establishment, Malvern ho, Smedley street
Smith John Lee, apartments, Dimple
Staniford Robt. J. town crier, Dimple
Starr Charles, joiner, Smedley street
Statham George, baker & confectioner, Wellington street
Statham George, boot maker, Jackson road
Stevens Clara Jemima (Miss), private boarding house, Tor view, Jackson's road
Stocker Henry, linen draper &c. Oxford house
Sulley John, shop keeper, Pope's carr
Sutherland Margaret (Miss), fancy draper & dress maker, Smedley street
Swift Benjamin, plumber &c. Wellington street
Swift James, beer retailer, Jacksons road
Toplis Joseph, ladies' & gentleman's tailor & outfitter, hatter & hosier ; cycling costumes for ladies in every description of styles, Smedley street
Towler Thirza (Mrs.) fancy draper, Bank road
Turner James, architect & surveyor, Hopewell terrace & Crown chambers, Crown square, Matlock bridge
Wagstaffe Mary (Mrs.), apartments, Smedley street
Wall Henry, apartments, Lime Tree hill
Wall John Tom, cabinet maker, furniture dealer & undertaker, Smedley st
Walters Elizh. (Miss), apartments, Thornton ho. Bank road
Ward Frederick, butcher, Smedley street
Ward George, Duke of Wellington P.H.
Ward George Frederick, butcher, Smedley street
Ward Henry, hydropathic establishment, Bank house & Church view
Ward Thomas, butcher, Wellington street
Ward Thomas Lister, chiropodist, Lime Tree hill
Ward William, farmer, Rose Mount
Ward William Henry, farmer, Dimple
Warner Herbert, dealer in artistic musical instrument & all accessories, including "Russell's Transposing" pianofortes , "The Estey" organs & Allison's pianofortes ; strings & fittings &c, Bank road
Warrener William, joiner, Dimple
Wheatcroft Leonard (Mrs.), apartments, Darley villa
Wheeldon James, butcher & farmer
Wheeldon Louisa (Mrs.), hydropathic establishment, Spring villa, Smedley street
Wildgoose Eliza (Mrs.), apartments, Glen mount
Wildgoose Lawrence Thomas, builder, contractor, plumber & painter
Wildgoose Rachel (Mrs.) (daughter of the late Thomas Davis), hydropathic establishment ; comfortable apartments ; experienced bathmen, Oldham house
Wilmot Herbert, apartments, The Cottage, Dimple
Wilmot John, beer retailer, Dimple
Wilson Dorothy (Mrs.), grocer, Smedley street
Wilson John Poyser, grocer, Smedley st. & Jackson's rd
Wood Alfred, cab proprietor, Smedley street
Woodiwiss Julia (Mrs.), apartments, Wellington street
Wright Michael, tin plate worker, Smedley street
Young William (Mrs.), brick maker & farmer, Moor


Town Sub-Post, M.O. & T.O., S.B. Express Delivery & Insurance Annuity & Office, Smedley street, Matlock Bank. - H. Barnard, sub-postmaster. Letters arrive from Matlock Bath at 7.30 a.m. & 11.30 a.m. 3.40 & 7.15 p.m. ; dispatched 10.30 & 11.45 a.m. & 3.40 & 7.15 p.m. ; sundays at 5.45 pm.


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





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