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Matlock Bath : Kelly's, 1899
19th Century Directories - Commercial, Trades and Private Residents

Kelly's Directory of Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Rutland pub. London (1899), pp.301-302

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PRIVATE RESIDENTS

Alton Harry C. Craven villa
Baker Rev. Charles, Vicarage
Balguy Francis Corfield, Green bank
Barker Mrs. Eaton villa
Bellamy Rev. Frank Robert (Congregational), Glenorchy
Cardin Michael Henry, Common wood
Chadwick Mrs. The Tower
Clare Mrs. Sunnybank
Clark Thomas, Masson house
Coates John Thomas, Riversdale
Collier Mrs. Belmont
Cotter Mrs. The Bungalow, Dale road
Cubley H. Hadfield, Montpellier
Cummings Francis, Gilderoy
Dawkins Mrs. Beech cliff
Dennis Mrs. Cliff house
Farmer Charles, Brunswood road
Flude Mrs. Cumberland house
Fenwick Mrs. Glenside
Forrester Francis, Riversdale house
Foulk Miss, Rock cot. Matlock dale
Gratton Thomas, Cliff side
Hackwood Richard Warwick, 3 Woodland terrace
Hallows John, 2 Clarence villas
Harris Walter Noel, The Rocks, Matlock dale
Hay John H., J.P.Tor ho.Matlock dale
Hodgkinson Thomas, Dale terrace
Holden John, Derby road
Holland Robert Carr Brackenbury M.D. Dale house
Holmes Mrs. Phyllis R. 4 Hazel grove
Howe Mrs. Fernie bank
Innes Jn.Caithness, Barton vil. Derby rd
Jacques Frederick, Ouida
Jaffrey William, Dale road
Key George Henry, 3 Midland terrace
Ladd Thomas Henry, Greenbank villas
Lawton John Edward, Glenorchy villa
Leacroft Miss, Dale cot. Matlock dale
Lennox William, Belle Vue cottage
Liley William, Dale terrace
Lymn Frederic Charles, Beech house
Mellor Charles Matthias M.D. Tor villa, Matlock dale
Morley Mrs. Swiss vil. Clifton road
Mottram Joseph, Barton villa
Pearson Louis, Rose cottage
Pearson Misses, Temple terrace
Pearson Miss, 2 Brunswood terrace
Picken Miss, Clifton college
Plummer Wm. Edwin, Woodland ter
Potter William, 8 Rock Vale villas
Quilliam Joseph Haigh, Holme bank
Radfirth Miss, 4 Clarence villas
Read John V. 3 Hazel grove
Ridgard Aaron, Birkland villas
Robinson Mrs. Fountain villas
Rowbottom William Percy, Glen cot
Rowland George James, Dovedale ho
Scorer Anthony, Dale house
Shaw James, 2 Richmond terrace
Skidmore Samuel, Glen side
Sprinthall Ernest, Beech cliffe
Sprinthall Miss, The Tower
Sprinthall Samuel, Heights of Abraham
Startup Rev. H. Norman (Wesleyan), Woodland terrace
Stones Mrs. The Villa
Thickett Miss, 2 Clarence terrace
Unwin Mrs. Lindum villa
Wallace Robert. I Holme villas
Walters Miss, Masson cottage
Whitney Mrs. Holme villas
Williamson Mrs. Brunswood house



COMMERCIAL.

Arkwright Sir Richard & Co. Limited, thread manufacturers, Masson mill ; & at Cromford
Arkwright Lodge of Freemasons (No.1495), New Baths htl
Asbury Thomas A..P.S. dispensing chemist, Derwent par
Ashby John, whitesmith
Aspey Eliza (Mrs.), apartments, Clarence terrace
Baguley Robert, apartments, Wellington house
Balguy F. C. manager of Parr's Bank Limited & treas. To the Matlock Bath Urban District Council
Bancroft John Henry, refreshment rooms, North parade
Barker John, Temple hotel
Barlow Martha (Mrs.), apartments, Brunswood terrace
Barnes Arthur, hand made hosiery manufr. North parade
Bath Terrace Hotel; family & commercial; billiards, newly furnished & decorated; excellent fishing
Bentall Elizabeth (Mrs.), apartments, Belle Vue house
Boden John & Son, bakers & confectioners, & agents for W. & A. Gilbey Limited, wine & spirit merchants. South parade; & at Matlock Bridge
Boden James, spar & marble worker
Boden John Edward, spar & marble worker, Waterloo road
Boden John Edward, (Mrs.), apartments, Prospect cottage
Boden John William, grocer, provision merchant & general warehouseman. Derby road; & Ferry dining & refreshment rooms
Boden Thomas, boot & shoe maker, South parade
Boden's Restaurant (J. Boden & Son. proprietor) ; near fish pond
Briddon Geo. blacksmith & apartments, I Fountain villas
Briddon Herbert, cab proprietor, Fish Pond yard
Bridgett Elizabeth (Mrs.), apartments, Fountain villas
Brooker Frederick George, apartments, Clarence house
Bryan William, draper & hosier
Buckley Francis, nurseryman, The Dale
Buckley Herbert, apartment, Ivy cottage Butler & Co. painters, Waterloo road
Butterworth Charles, apartments, Devonshire cottage
Butterworth James, boot maker, Hope terrace
Buxton Herbert, spar & marble worker
Cardin Job Hall, proprietor of the High Tor grotto, & worker in Blue John Spa ornaments, The Dale
Cardin Joseph, apartments, Matlock dale
Chaplain Thomas, insurance agent, 3 Clarence villas
Cliff Annie & Mary (Misses), refreshment rooms, South par
Clifton College (Miss F. E. Picken, principal), home school for young ladies; local examinations passed ; situation healthy ; tennis court &c
Cooper Henry, draper, Parade house
Cooper Thomas (Mrs.), apartments, 3 Richmond terrace, Brunswood road
County & Station Hotel (Francis Hoyland, proprietor), opposite Railway station; parties catered for; good stabling
Crompton & Evans' Union Bank Lim. (branch) (Arthur Edward Doar, manager) ; & at Matlock Bridge
Dalton Fredk. refreshment rooms & fruiterer, North par
Devonshire Hotel (Samuel Robinson, proprietor) ; excellent accommodation for commercials, tourists & day parties
Davenport John, postmaster, Post office
Donegani & Son, butchers, South parade
Drabble George, timber merchant & saw mills, Railway station (all letters should be addressed Matlock Bank) ; also at Matlock Bank. See advert
Dunn Charles, fruiterer & refreshment rooms, North par
Etheridge Clendon, fishmonger & fruiterer, South parade
Etches Charles, refreshment rooms
Evans Eliza (Mrs.), apartments, I Holme road
Evans Walter, refreshment rooms, North parade
Farmer Charles, inland revenue officer, Richmond terrace
Farnsworth William, builder, Holme road
Finney William, carpenter & joiner, Temple terrace
Flude Joseph, art pottery dealer, Derby road
Fountain Baths & Assembly Room (Mrs. W. E. Howe)
Frost James (Mrs.), boot maker, South parade
Glossop Mary Emily (Mrs.), apartments, Oldfield house
Graves Albert Edward, refreshment rooms & boarding ho
Gregory John, apartments, Brunswood road
Hackney William Henry, china dealer
Hallows John, apartments, 2 Clarence villas
Hamblin & Benthall, fancy repository
Hardstaff Elizabeth (Mrs.), apartments, Holme road
Hardstaff Joseph, builder, Holme road
Hardy Samuel (Miss), refreshment rooms, Waterloo road
Heggs Abraham, Rutland, Arms, Derby road
Heights of Abraham (Samuel Sprinthall, lessee)
Heights of Jacob (J. Raynes, proprietor), adjoining the New Pavilion
Henstock James, apartments, 5 Clarence terrace
Higgs Elizabeth (Mrs.), apartments, 2 Midland terrace
High Tor Grotto (Job Hall Cardin, proprietor), The Dale
Higton Frank, joiner, Waterloo road
Hilder John William, photographer, South parade
Hodgkinson John James, fancy repository & spar dealer, 8 Derwent parade
Hodgkinson Thomas, greengrocer, Holme road
Holland Robert Carr Brackenbury M.D., M.R.C.S.Eng. surgeon, Dale house, Matlock dale
Holmes Walter, joiner, Holme road
Hope Joseph Jackson, jeweller & spar worker, Derwent par
Hough George, mill manager, I Hazel grove
Howe William Elliott (Mrs.), bookseller, stationer, library & fine art repository
Hoxley Joseph, apartments, Terrace cottage
Independent Order of Oddfellows' M. U. (Loyal Devonshire Lodge, No. 2,966), Devonshire hotel
Innes John Caithness L.R.0. S. Edin. surgeon, & medical officer of health to the Bonsal urban District council, & medical officer & public vaccinator, Cromford district, Bakewell union, Barton villa
Jaffrey William, architect & surveyor & gas & water engineer to urban district council, Council chambers
Jordan Emma (Miss), dress maker, Masson cottages
King Florence G. (Mrs.), apartments, Dale road
King L. (Miss), apartments, Glen view
King William, linen draper, North parade
Kirkland Samuel, farmer, Ember farm
Ladd Thos. Hy. solicitor & commissnr. to administer oaths
Land Frederick, shopkeeper, Waterloo road
Lennox Arthur James, draper, Tor hill, The Dale
Lusby Henry, druggist, South parade
Lymn Frederic Charles, solicitor & commissioner & clerk to Matlock Bath & Scarthin Nick urban district council, & to the Bonsal urban district council, & solicitor to Matlock Angling Association, Fountain villas
Lymn John, apartments, Fountain villas
Martin Henry, wheelwright, Matlock dale
Massey Daniel, farmer, Upper Wood
Matlock Angling Association (H. Cooper, sec)
Meller Charles Matthias M.D., M.R.C.S. Eng., L.S.A. surgeon, Tor villa, Matlock Dale
Metcalf John, apartments, 4 Brunswood terrace
Moore Mary (Miss), milliner
New Bath Hotel; under new management; re-furnished & re-decorated throughout; beautiful grounds, best situation, excellent fishing, tepid swimming bath stabling & posting; 'bus meets trams
Nicholls Alfred, saddler & harness maker, South parade
Oliver Joseph, plasterer, Holme road
Oxley Jane (Mrs.), apartments, Terrace cottage
Parr's Bank Limited (branch) (F. C. Balguy, manager) & at Matlock Bridge; draw on head office, Bartholemew lane EC
Pavilion & Gardens Co. (F. Downs, manager)
Pearson David Palmer, apartments, Heath bank
Pearson Miss, apartments, Brunswood villa
Picken Fanny Elizabeth (Miss), home school for young ladies, garden, tennis court &c. ; prospectus on application; Clifton college
Pickford John, apartments, Fern cottage
Plummer William Edwin L.R.O.P. Lond., M.R.C.S.Eng. surgeon, Woodland terrace
Potter William, photographer, house agent, & collector to the urban district council & assistant overseer, Derwent parade
Pountain Girardot & Forman Limited, wine & spirit merchants, Parade
Ramshall Lydia (Mrs.), dress maker, Dale road
Raynes Jacob, cavern proprietor
Reeds Joseph, grocer, 8 North parade
Reeds Peter, confectioner & dining rooms, Derwent parade
Robinson Elizabeth (Mrs.), apartments, 4 Fountain villa
Robinson Samuel, Devonshire hotel; excellent accommodation for commercials, tourists & day parties
Royal Hotel (Thomas Tyack, proprietor) ; & at Bakewell
Scorer John Anthony, general draper, Derwent terrace
Shimwell Sarah (Mrs.), apartments, The Laurels, Holme rd
Simons & Pickard Limited, paper manufacturers, Masson & Dunsley mills
Skidmore Samuel & Son, linen drapers & hosiers, Derby rd
Smedley Eleanor (Miss), Midland hotel
Smedley John, posting master & spar worker, Via Gellia Tufa quarries
Smith Emma & Louisa (Misses), dress makers, Dale cres
Smith Samuel, spar & marble worker
Smith Walter E. printer, Scarthin
Smith William, apartments, Orchard road
Smith Wm. Jn. hair dresser & tobacconist, 2 North parade
Speed Edward (Mrs.), wine & spirit mer. The Old Vault
Sprinthall Samuel, tailor, 1 Dale road
Statham Caroline (Miss), farmer, Masson
Taylor Samuel, grocer, The Dale
Temple Hotel (John Barker, proprietor)
Tissington Mrs. apartments, Birkland villa
Turner & Wheat (Misses), apartments, Alpine villas
Tyack Thomas, Royal hotel ; & at Bakewell
Urban District Gas Works (William Jaffrey, engineer)
Urban District Water Works (William Jaffrey, engineer) office, Council chambers
Via Gellia Paint & Colour Co. (The) (Henry Wheatcroft, proprietor), color manufacturers, Matlock dale
Walker Joshua, apartments, Temple terrace
Walker Mary (Mrs.), apartments, Brunswood terrace
Walker Thomas, plumber, glazier & gasfitter, Derby road
Wallis Walter, Prince of Wales P.H. Orchard road
Ward Charles (Mrs.), apartments, Midland terrace
Ward Francis, butcher, Holme road
Wardley Annie Allen (Mrs.), apartments, 2 Woodland ter
Watts Bridget (Mrs.), refreshment rooms, The Dale
Wheatcroft James Walter, ironmonger &c
Wheatcroft Sidney Frederick, Hodgkinson's hotel
Wheatcroft Walter, plumber &c
Whitmore Ernest, apartments, The Dale
Whittaker Francis, apartments, Holme road
Whittaker Mary (Mrs.), aërated water manufacturer & apartments, The Dale
Wilde Eliza J. (Miss), temperance hotel, The Peveril
Woodfield William, black marble & spar worker
Wyvill William, Fish Pond hotel
Wyvill William Herbert, grocer



OFFICIAL ESTABLISHMENTS, LOCAL INSTITUTIONS &c.

Head Office of the District, M. O. & T. O., T. M. O., Express Delivery, Parcel Post, S. B. Assurance & Annuity Office.- John Davenport, postmaster. The post office is open weekdays from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. ; Sundays, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. ; telegraph 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Post office business of every description is transacted & inland revenue stamps are sold

Arrivals & Dispatches of Letters.
Letters arrive at 3.53 & 11.5 a.m. & 1.8, 2.47, 5.40 & 6.23 p.m. ; dispatched at 4.30, 10.40 & 11.15 a.m. & 12.50, 2.30, 2.45, 3.30, 4.45, 5.15, 6.30, 7.30, & 8.20 p.m. Town deliveries. 11.15 a.m. & 2.45 & 6.50 p.m. The town delivery includes Matlock Bank, Matlock Bridge, Green & Cromford



MATLOCK BATH & SCARTHIN NICK URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.
Council chamber, Parade.
Meetings held at the offices, 2nd tuesday in the month at 6.30 p.m.

Members.
Chairman. John Edward Lawton.
Vice-Chairman, George J. Rowland.

Retire in April, 1900.
J. F. Donegani | George J. Rowland
Louis Pearson | Samuel Sprinthall
Retire in April, 1901.
Job Hall Cardin | Thomas Tyack
John Edward Lawton |  
Retire in April, 1902.
Thomas Asbury | William Lennox
H. Hadley Cubley | Samuel Robinson

Officers of the Urban District Council Clerk, Frederic Charles Lymn, Fountain villas
Treasurer. Francis C. Balguy, Parr's Bank Limited
Medical Officer of Health, George Harvey L.R.C.P.Edin. L,R.C.S. Irel. Wirksworth
Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector, William Jaffrey, Ivy bank
Gas & Water Engineer, William Jaffrey, Council chamber
Collector, William Potter
Water Bailiff, Thomas Walker

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Police Station, William Burgess, sergeant

PLACES OF WORSHIP, with times of services.
Holy Trinity Church, Rev. Charles Baker, vicar; 10.45 a.m. & 6.30 p.m. ; thurs. 7 p.m
Scarthin Mission Church; 6,30 p.m. ; wed. 7.30 p.m
Congregational, Rev. Frank Robert Bellamy; 10.30 a.m. & 6.30 p.m
Primitive Methodist, Scarthin row
Primitive Methodist Mission Room

Wesleyan, Derwent parade ;
10.30 a.m. & 6.30 p.m. ;
wed. 7 p.m ;
Wesleyan. Scarthin
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Rev. J. Hawkins Pawlyn ;
Rev. H. Norman Startup ;
Rev. Mark Davenport,
supernumerary

Church National School, erected in 1853, for 300 children ; average attendance, 115; George Jas. Rowland, master; Mrs. M. M. Rowland, mistress
Railway Station, Albert C. Belham, station master


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


Cromford entry from this directory is elsewhere on this web site (Scarthin names)


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