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Great and Little Hucklow and Grindlow, Derbyshire
19th Century Derbyshire Directory Transcripts
From: Kelly's Directory of the Counties of Derby, Notts, Leicester and Rutland
pub. London (May, 1891) - p.234
Kelly's Directory, 1891
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GREAT HUCKLOW is a hamlet and township, in Bradwell parish, 2 miles north-east from Tideswell, and 4 from Miller's Dale station on the Ambergate and Manchester section of the Midland railway, in the Western division of the county, hundred of High Peak, union, petty sessional division and county court district of Bakewell. Water is obtained at the foot of Camp hill, from a spring which rises on Abney Moor. This was formerly a part of the Duchy of Lancaster manor of High Peak: the inhabitants attend the church at Bradwell. Here is a Unitarian chapel, built in 1796, and a Methodist chapel, built in 1806. Bernard Wake esq. of Sheffield, is lord of the manor. The principal landowners are Childers Radford esq. of Tansley, Matlock, and the Duke of Rutland G.C.B. The acreage is 1,000 ; rateable value, £1,269; the population in 1881 was 173.

LITTLE HUCKLOW is a hamlet. 2½ miles north from Tideswell and 1 mile north-west from Great Hucklow. The tithes are in lease.

Here is a Primitive Methodist chapel, built in 1826. The acreage is 562 ; rateable value, £637 ; the population in 1881 was 175

Grindlow is a township, 2½ miles north-east from Tideswell and 5 south from Hope. Benjamin Bagshaw esq. of Sheffield, is the principal landowner. The acreage is 276, tithe free, rateable value, £378; the population in 1881 was 57.

Letters from Sheffield through Eyam, arrive at 11 a.m. by foot messenger, who collects letters from the inhabitants on his way back. WALL Box, Great Hucklow, cleared 3 p.m. week days. The nearest money order & telegraph office is at Tideswell

Letters are taken on to Little Hucklow by the messenger three days a week, tues. thurs. & sats. & arrive about noon

National, Church of England School (mixed), Great Hucklow, erected in 1872,for 80 children; average attendance, 56 ; Henry Duckworth, master

CARRIER.-Mrs. Sarah Bagshaw, from Grindlow to the Ball Inn, Sheffield, fri. returning same day

Great Hucklow.

Redfern Rev. Robt. Steuart (Unitarian]

Ash Sarah (Mrs.), farmer
Bagshaw George, farmer
Bagshaw Joseph, farmer
Chapman Hannah (Mrs.), shopkeeper
Eyre Samuel, tailor
Furness James, farmer
Goyte James, farmer, Standley lodge
Gregory James, farmer
Hancock Martha Frances (Mrs.), draper
Heginbotham Caleb, Queen's Head P.H. & farmer
Mackerrow Alexander, farmer, Benster
Maltby Leonard, farmer & mine manager, The Hall
Mill Dam Mining & Smelting Co. (J. B. Wostenholme, sec. ; Leonard Maltby, manager)
New Edge Mine (John Spencer Ashton Shuttleworth, Hathersage, proprietor)
Robinson Joseph, farmer, Camp hill
Robinson Robert, farmer
Simpson William, shopkeeper
Walker Joseph, oil dealer
Walker Michael, shopkeeper & farmer
Waterhouse Benjamin, joiner
Waterhouse Joshua, farmer
Waterhouse William, blacksmith

Little Hucklow.
Bradwell William, farmer, Coplow dale
Bramwell William, farmer Windmill
Buckley Jeremiah, farmer, Windmill
Chapman Martin, farmer
Cooper Joseph, farmer & butter dealer
Gregory Henry, farmer
Hall Henry, farmer
Hal John, farmer
Hancock James, farmer & shopkeeper, Windmill
Hayward William, farmer, Coplow dale
Marsh Hy. farmer & Bull's Head P.H
Pearson George. farmer, Coplow dale
Reeve John, farmer
Wragg Benjamin, farmer
Wragg John, farmer

Bagshaw John, farmer
Bagshaw Robert, farmer
Holme William, farmer
Rose George, farmer
Wilson Charles, farmer

[End of transcript. Spelling, case and punctuation are as they appear in the Directory.]

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