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Kilburne, Derbyshire
19th Century Derbyshire Directory Transcripts
From: Kelly's Directory of the Counties of Derby, Notts, Leicester and Rutland
pub. London (May, 1891) - p.243
Kelly's Directory, 1891
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KILBURNE is a township and village in the parish of Horsley, on the Derby and Alfreton road, with a station on the Ripley branch of the Midland railway, 3 miles south-east from Belper, 3 north-east from Duffield, 7 north-east from Derby and 133 from London, in the Ilkeston division of the county, hundred of Morleston and Litchurch, Smalley petty sessional division, Belper union and Belper and Ilkeston county court district. There are Baptist and Wesleyan chapels and Sunday schools. Kilburne colliery, owned by a limited company, is situated near the village ; hosiery was formerly manufactured very extensively. Adjoining the village is Kilburne Hall, the residence of Col. Charles Denison Pedder J.P. a mansion in the Elizabethan style, pleasantly situated in a park of 30 acres ; the grounds are beautifully wooded and tastefully laid out, and contain many ancient yew trees quaintly clipped in the Dutch style. R. S. W. Sitwell esq. of Stainsby House, is lord of the manor. Henry Charles Vickers Hunter esq. is the principal landowner. The soil is clay and marl; subsoil, clay. The chief crops are wheat, oats and barley, and about two-thirds pasture. The acreage is 875; rateable value, £3,862; the population in 1881 was 1,457.

POST, M. O. & T. O., S. B. & Annuity & Insurance Office.- Henry Brown, receiver. Letters arrive from Derby at 5.30 a.m. ;. dispatched at 9.45 a.m. & 7.20 p.m

Railway Station, Matthew Harvey, station master

National School (girls & infants), erected in 1862, for 159 children; average attendance, 123 ; Miss Annie Raynes, mistress
The boys of this place attend Horsley school

Lloyd-Owen Edmund M.E., C.E
Pedder Col. Charles Denison J.P. Kilburne hall
Small George
Small Thomas Henry, The Poplars
Steer Frank Rowland, Rose cottage
Woolley Joseph Henry J.P. Holly bank

Bailey James, shopkeeper
Bakewell Mary Ann (Miss), grocer
Brown Frederick Kerrey, farmer
Brown Henry, shopkeeper, Post office
Colledge Charles, haberdasher
Cresswell Salome (Miss), dress maker
Cresswell William, jun. butcher
Davy John, Travellers' inn
Fisher Alfred, beer retailer
Gibson George, farmer
Hall John, shopkeeper
Heath William, farmer
Hope Jsph. Hunter Arms P.H. & blcksmth
Hudson Robert, Station hotel
James Wm. Grand Turk inn, Derby rd
Kerry Henry, cowkeeper
Kilburne Colliery Limited (Edmund Lloyd-Owen M.E., C.E. manager; H. E. McLeod, sec.) ; London office, Sun court, Cornhill E C
Langton George, farmer, Cinder hill
Langton George, jun. butcher, Acres
Langton Matthw. Smith, frmr. Cinder hl
Massey Henry, farmer
Milward Job, assistant overseer
Morris John, farmer
Morton Samuel, farmer, High wood
Parker George, shopkeeper
Parkin Isaac, shopkeeper
Parkin William, boot maker
Reeve Francis, grocer
Ripley Co-operative Society Limited (branch)
Sitdown Joseph, shopkeeper
Staton German, farmer
Tomblin John, White Hart P.H
Walker John Malin, commercial travellr
Watts George, beer retailer

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

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