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 Alice and Mary Ann Saxton, two of
the daughters of George Saxton of Matlock Bath and his wife Ann,
can be found listed in Glover's
Directory 1827-8-9 | Pigot's
1828-9 Directory | Pigot's
1831 Directory | Pigot's 1835 Directory. They were still there
at the time of the
1841 census. They were at the New Bath in 1851 (see the
1851 census entry) but by the time of the
1861 census they
were living at Woodland
House. It is not known if Mrs. Mary Saxton of Matlock, whose
probate record is recorded, was related to them (Pre-1858
Wills, Surnames S).
 The Scudamore's first advertised in
Pigot's 1842 Directory and
later in both Bagshaw's
1846 Directory and Kelly's
1848 Directory. Also see the
 "Nottingham Review and General
Advertiser for the Midland Counties", 11 February 1848.
Also see Building
the Railway Line to Matlock Station.
 Susannah and Catherine were lodging
in Great Shurdington in 1861 but Susannah died in Cheltenham in
1864. Tamar and Catherine passed away there (Tamar at Lansdown
Crescent) in 1880 although Tamar had previously been living in
 The Reddish family can be found in
the 1861 census |
Jane was in Matlock Bath in
the 1871 census whilst Emily
was on the Dimple | Kelly's
1855 Directory | Kelly's
1864 Directory. They also advertised in White's
Sheffield Directory & Topography, 1871-1872. The sisters had
moved to Heaton Norris by 1881.
 "The Derby Mercury",
15 January 1862.
Riversdale House, Matlock Bridge, Derbyshire.
The duties of The Miss Redish's Establishment for the Board and
Education of Young a Ladies will be resumed on Monday 27th Jan.
The sisters placed advertisements on 18 July 1860, 16 January 1861
and finally on 14 January 1863.
 He was shown in the
1871 census. He also advertised in Harrod's 1870 Directory,
but is shown as Robert Skirum.
 "The Derby
Mercury", 15 November 1876. Also listed in the London Gazette
in 1876 - Matlock & Matlock
Bath Names in the London Gazette.
of Nuttall | The
Great Matlock Will Case : The Court Report. George Nuttall had
owned land in Matlock, Bonsall, Snitterton and other places ("The
Derby Mercury", 3 August, 1859).
 See The
Murder of Martha Morrall, 26 March 1891.
 Sale notice printed in the "Derbyshire
Times", 17 September 1881.
Samuel Brown had advertised in Kelly's
1876 Directory, Kelly's 1881 Directory (Samuel Brown, temperance
Hotel, Riverdale House) and was at Riversdale House in the
1881 census. An advertisement for Brown's Hotel near the railway
bridge, which was his second establishment, is on the Matlock,
He later ran the Bon
Marché on Dale Road with his daughter Lucy.
 Kelly's 1887 Directory.
and Rotherham Bank 1792 -1992 A Banking Bicentenary. The Royal
Bank of Scotland in Matlock". Leaflet produced by RBS.
 Benjamin William Milward was living
in Bank House in the
He was also listed in Kelly's
1891 Directory | Kelly's
1895 Directory | Kelly's
Milward Benjamin William, manager of Sheffield & Rotherham
Joint Stock Banking Co. Lim. & treasurer of the Matlock urban
Sheffield & Rotherham Joint Stock Banking Co. Lim. (branch)
(B.W. Milward, manager); draw on London & Westminster Bank
Lim. & Barclay & Co. London E C.
 Mr Pipe was living at Bank House
in the 1901 census
 Lionel Healey was born in Rochdale
He was also listed in Kelly's
1908 Directory | Kelly's
1912 Directory | Kelly's
Healey Lionel, manager of Williams Deacons Bank & treasurer to
the North Darley & South Darley Urban District Councils, The
William Deacon's Bank Limited (late Sheffield & Rotherham Joint
Stock Banking Co. Ltd.) (branch) (Lionel Healey, manager), The Bridge;
draw on London office, 20 Birchin lane EC
"Derbyshire Times", 17 March 1939.