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Norton, Derbyshire
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From: Kelly's Directory of the Counties of Derby, Notts, Leicester and Rutland
pub. London (May, 1891) - pp.277-280
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NORTON is a pleasant village, township and extensive parish, 2½ miles from the Dore and Totley station on the Midland railway, 4 miles south from Sheffield, 8 north-west from Chesterfield and 164 from London, in the North Eastern division of the county of Derby, extending to Yorkshire, hundred of Scarsdale, Eckington petty sessional division, union of Ecclesall Bierlow, rural deanery of Dronfield, archdeaconry of Derby and diocese of Southwell. The church of St. James is a spacious building of sandstone in the Late Norman and Perpendicular styles, consisting or chancel, nave, aisles, south-east or Blythe chapel, south porch and an embattled tower with pinnacles, containing a clock and 6 bells : the Blythe chapel, a structure of magnesian limestone, was erected by the family of that name in the early part of the 16th century : there are monuments to the Blythe and Bullock families, and a tablet with a medallion portrait, executed by J. Heffernan, to Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey R.A. who was born here 7 April, 1781, and is buried in the churchyard ; he died 25 Nov. 1841 : there are also several stained windows : the church was reopened in July, 1882, after complete restoration at a cost of £4,000 ; the chancel and Blythe chapel being restored at the sole cost of Mrs. Cammell and family. The register dates from the year 1559. The living is a vicarage, average tithe rent-charge £18, net yearly value £560 (subject to a pension to predecessor) and including 61 acres of glebe, with residence, in the gift of John Hall esq. and held since 1888 by the Rev. George Walker Hall M.A. of Corpus Christi college, Cambridge. There is a vicarage library, bequeathed by Mr. Neville, a former vicar, and containing about 300 volumes.

NORTON WOODSEATS is an ecclesiastical parish, formed 15 May, 1874. St. Paul's church, erected at Norton Lees in 1877, at a cost of about £4,000, the greater portion of which was given by William Cockayne esq. is a building of stone, consisting of apsidal chancel, nave and a Western turret containing one bell. The register dates from the year 1877. The living is a vicarage, net yearly value £280, derived chiefly from the alienation of part of the income of the vicarage of Norton, in the gift of the vicar of Norton, and held since 1874 by the Rev. William Mercer M.A. of Corpus Christi college, Cambridge. There is a Free Methodist chapel at Norton, a Methodist New Connexion chapel at Woodseats, and a Methodist Mission room in Chesterfield road. Norton Cemetery, situated in Derbyshire lane, was opened in 1869, at a cost of about £4,000, and contains a monument erected by subscription to William Swift, a local genealogist : the cemetery is under the management of a burial board of 10 members. Several small charities, bequeathed by benevolent individuals in 1674 and 1784, produce a sum of £70 yearly, for the poor of this parish: Sir F. L. Chantrey R.A. left £100 yearly to the poor of the parish, which amount is divided between five old men and five old women. The Norton Ploughing Society meets at "The Bagshawe Arms ;" F. W. Bagshawe esq. president. Scythes, sickles and saw files are made in the township. Norton Hall, a handsome stone mansion, in a finely-wooded park, is the seat of Bernard Cammell esq. ; The Oaks is the residence of Francis Westby Bagshawe esq. D.L., J.P. ; Chantry Grange, of Col. Nathaniel Creswick, and Grange House, of Mrs. Gladwin ; Norton House has been rebuilt and is the residence of Edward Montague Earle Westby esq.- Bernard Cammell esq. who is lord of the manor and lay rector of Norton and Coal Aston, CoI. Edward Strelley Pegge-Burnell J.P. of Winkburn Hall, Notts, Francis Westby Bagshawe esq. J.P., D.L. of The Oaks, Henry Cunliffe Shawe esq. J. P. of Weddington Hall, Nuneaton, and the representatives of the late Mrs. Hatfield are the principal landowners. The soil varies; subsoil, various. The chief crops are wheat, oats, turnips and hay. The acreage is 4,437 ; rateable value, £19,876; the population in 1881 was 2,800; in 1881, 3,759.

GREENHILL, 1 mile south-west, is a hamlet and constablewick, with Wesleyan and Free Methodist chapels. Saw files are made here. Church services are held in the School room on Sundays and Wednesday evenings and a branch of the Yorkshire Penny Bank is open here on Saturdays.

BACK MOOR is a hamlet half a mile north-east. Here is a Wesleyan chapel, erected in 1854.

MAUGERHAY is a hamlet, with an Endowed school, where Sir Francis Chantrey received the rudiments of his education.

BRADWAY is a hamlet, 2 miles south-west. Here is a Mission room erected by the Midland Railway Co.


POST OFFICE.-Herbert Rhodes, receiver. Letters received from Sheffield at 8 a.m. ; dispatched at 6.15 p.m. The nearest money order office is at Meersbrook Bank & telegraph office at Heeley
POST OFFICE, Woodseats.-Miss Sarah Ann Cavill, sub-post- mistress. Letters arrive from Sheffield at 6.25 a.m. & are dispatched at 7 p.m. The nearest money order office is at Meersbrook Bank & the nearest telegraph office at Heeley

POST OFFICE, Greenhill. -Samuel Harrison, receiver. Letters arrive from Sheffield at 6.45 a.m. & are dispatched at 6.40 p.m. The nearest money order office is at Abbeydale & telegraph office at Dore railway station
Bradway letters delivered through Greenhill

POST & M. O. O., S. B. & Annuity & Insurance Office, Meersbrook Bank.-Frederick Arthur Brown, sub-postmaster. Letters arrive from Sheffield at 6.5 a.m, & 3.10 p.m. week days; on sundays from 8 to 10 a.m. for callers only; dispatched 11.50 a.m. & 7.15 p.m. Heeley is the nearest telegraph office

WALL LETTER BOXES, corner of Harvey Clough road, cleared at 6.30 p.m. ; no collection on sundays: Derbyshire lane, cleared 11.25 a.m. & 6.25 p.m. ; sundays 5.55 p.m. : Bradway, dispatched 5.30 p.m. ; no collection on sundays


Bagshawe Francis Westby esq. D.L., J.P. The Oaks, Norton
Blake William Greaves esq. Mylnhurst, Millhouses, Sheffield
Butler-Bowdon Maj. Lancelot George, Barlboro house, near Chesterfield
Hall Ebenezer esq, Abbey Dale park, Sheffield
Mappin Wilson esq, Abbey Dale grange, Sheffield
Milner William Aldam esq. M.A. Totley hall, near Sheffield
Swallow John Fell esq, Mosborough Hill house, Eckington, Chesterfield
Verelst Harry William esq, Aston hall, Rotherham
Wilson William esq

Clerk to the Magistrates. Christopher William Alderson, Eckington

Petty sessions are held here every three weeks during summer at 'Bagshawe Arms,' Hemsworth ; at other times at Dronfield & Eckington

The following places are included in the division :-Back Moor, Bradway, Greenhill, Hemsworth, Lightwood, Low-edges, Maugerhay, Norton Hammer, Norton Lees, Little Norton & Woodseats

PLACES OF WORSHIP, with times of services :-

St. James' Church, Rev. George Walker Hall M.A. vicar ; Rev. Vaniah Odom B.A. curate; 10.30 a.m. & 6.30 p.m
St. Paul's Church, Norton Lees, Rev. William Mercer M.A. vicar; 10.30a.m. & 6.30 p.m
Methodist New Connexion, Chantry road ; 6 p.m. & 7 p.m. alternate tues
United Methodist Free, Greenhill ; 3 & 6 p.m
Wesleyan Methodist (Brunswick, Sheffield circuit), ministers various; 3 & 6 p.m


A School Board of 5 members was formed in 1872 ; S. Allen, 6 Figtree lane, Sheffield, clerk to the board
Board (formerly National), Greenhill, built 1843, enlarged 1890, for 250 children ; average attendance, 120 ; John Beddows, master
Board, Chesterfield road; average attendance, 56; Mrs. B. Evans, mistress
Board, Norton Woodseats ; average attendance, 200 boys & girls & 80 infants ; George Muxlow, master ; Mrs. Emma Hower, infants' mistress ; Miss Rosa Horn, sewing mist
National, Maugerhay, endowed under the will of the late Sir Francis Chantrey R.A. ; average attendance, 77 ; Joseph Atkin, master


Abey George Havercroft, Farnville cottage, Meersbrook bank
Addy John Edwin, Derbyshire lane, Meersbrook bank
Alderson Mrs. Josephine, Norton Lees, Meersbrook bank
Bagshaw Jn. Woodland villa, Victoria rd
Bagshawe Francis Westby M.A., J.P. D.L. The Oaks
Bailey Mrs. Bank cottage, Norton Lees road, Meersbrook bank
Barber Bertie, Thorn cottage, Woodseats
Barber George, Richmond villia, Milner road, Meersbrook bank
Barber Joseph, Richmond villas, Milner road, Meersbrook bank
Barker Mrs. Carfield house, Meersbrk
Barnes Ed. Crescent rd. Meersbrook bk
Beeley Samuel, Woodseats villas
Benton Samuel John, St. Leonards, Chesterfield road, Meersbrook bank
Bingham Mrs. Woodseats
Bingham William James, Woodseats
Bingley George, Eastbourne Villa, Meersbrook Park road
Bird George, Meersbrook bank
Bocking Mrs. Beech villas, Cliffe Field road, Meersbrook bank
Booth John, Chantry road, Woodseats
Bownes Joshua, Meersbrook bank
Bradwell Benjamin, Albany villas, Meersbrook bank road
Bramall Mrs. Woodseats
Bramall Mrs. Hollybank, Milner road, Meersbrook bank
Bray William, Fern villa, Chesterfield road, Meersbrook bank
Brewin Thomas Johnson, Wood Lea, Crescent road, Woodseats
Bromley Edmd. Oakwood, Chesterfld. rd
Brookes Hy. Brooke villa, Meersbrook
Brooks John, Meersbrook Bank road, Chesterfield road
Brown Charles James, Rookery cottage, Milner road, Meersbrook bank
Brown Joseph, Meersbrook bank
Bunting Mrs. Olive vil, Chesterfield rd
Burton Anthony, Nelson house, Upper Albert road, Meersbrook
Burton Jn. Clay, Chantry rd, Woodseats
Butcher Mrs. Leeshall, Meersbrook bnk
Butcher Saml. Leeshall, Meersbrook bnk
Buxton Mrs. Woodbank, Crescent road, Meersbrook bank
Buxton Wm. Geo. The Manor, Greenhill
Bye Henry Thomas, Meersbrook bank, Chesterfield road
Cammell Bernard, Norton hall
Cammell Mrs, Norton hall
Carnall James, Woodbank, Crescent road, Meersbrook bank
Cherry William Thos. Derbyshire lane
Clayton Mrs. Wilkinson rd. Woodseats
Clegg Mrs. Clumber villa, Meersbrook Park road
Cliff Arthur Walter, Cliffe Field road, Meersbrook bank
Cliff Samuel Ed. Fern Royde, Derbyshire lane, Meersbrook bank
Cliff Thomas, Meersbrook Bank road
Clifford William, Abbey View house
Cockayne William, Lees house, Norton Lees, Meersbrook bank
Collenette Rlph. Carfield mnt. Carfield av
Corker Thos. Livingston rd. Meersbrook
Creswick Col. Nathnl. Chantry grange
Crossland William, Derwent villa, Meersbrook Park road
Davenport James Frederick, Hampton villa, Meersbrook Park road
Dewsnap John Samuel, Abney villas, Upper Albert road, Meersbrook
Dickinson Edward, Albert villa, Milner road, Meersbrook bank
Dickson Thos. Gordon vils. Woodseats
Dixon George Henry, Fleetwood house, Meersbrook Park road
Donaldson Wm. Livingston rd. Meersbk
Douglas William, Wortley villas, Meersbrook bank, Chesterfield road
Dunstan Charles, Hawthorne villa, Chesterfield road
Dunstan George, Stavley house, Milner road, Meersbrook bank
Dyson Edward Benjamin, Wood Bank cottage, Meersbrook bank
Eadon Jn. Carfield avenue, Meersbrook
Egremont Frederick William, Albion house, Meersbrook Park road
Elshaw James, Hollybank, Chantry road, Woodseats
Evans Thomas, Meersbrook edge, Chesterfield road, Meersbrook bank
Falding Josh. Bennett, Poplars, Bolehill
Fidler Mrs. Dale view, Meersbrook bank, Chesterfield road
Field John, Carlyle villa, Meersbrook bank, Derbyshire lane
Fletcher Frederick Howard, Rutland villa, Milner road, Meersbrook bank
Fletcher Fred, Haddon villa, Meersbrook Bank road
Ford Alfred, Meersbrook road
Fretwell Thomas, Meersbrook Park rd
Fry Arthur, Greenhill
Gascoigne Mrs. Spring ho. Maugerhay
Gill William, Elm cottage, Derbyshire lane, Meersbrook bank
Gillatt John, The Elms, Green lane, Woodseats
Gillatt Jn. Wm. Ferncliffe, Meersbrook
Gillatt Samuel, Fern House, Milner road, Meersbrook bank
Gladwin Mrs. Grange house
Glossop Herbert, Meersbrook bank
Goodacre John, Kingsley villa, Meersbrook bank, Derbyshire lane
Gorrill John, Shakespeare villa, Chesterfield road, Meersbrook bank
Greaves Thomas, Cardiff house, Meersbrook Park road
Greaves Walter, Woodseats villas
Gregory John Robinson, Totley villa, Carfield avenue, Meersbrook
Gregg Horatio, Jordanthorpe house
Hall Rev. George Walker M.A. The Vicarage
Hall Charles Edward, Woodside. Chesterfield road
Hall George, Thorpe house, Norton Lees, Meersbrook bank
Harrison John George, Greenhill
Harrison Thomas, Bradway
Harrison William, Inverness house, Meersbrook Park road
Hart Saxby, Chantry villas, Chantry road, Woodseats
Hartley William Henry, Ophelia villa, Milner road, Meersbrook bank
Hatfield William Barker, Livingston road, Meersbrook
Hattersley John, Derbyshire lane, Meersbrook bank
Hattersley Thos. Chantry rd. Woodseats
Heald Henry, Fern Royde, Derbyshire lane, Meersbrook bank
Heaps Edward Knowles, Kingsley villa, Meersbrook bank
Hemingway Robert, Livingston road, Meersbrook
Henderson Arth. Chantry rd. Woodseats
Hepworth Walter Frank, Chantry road, Woodseats
Hibberd Samuel, Upper Albert road, Meersbrook
Hill Frederick, Wharncliffe villas, Chesterfield road
Hill Jsph. R. Livingston rd. Meersbrook
Hirst William, Britannia house, Milner road, Meersbrook bank
Hodgson Mrs. Greenhill
Holmes Walter, Havelock villa, Meersbrook Park road
Home Mrs. Cliff, Field terrace. Meersbrook bank, Derbyshire lane
Bowman Edward, East Leigh, Meersbrook Park road
Hudson Osborne Henderson, Meersbrook edge, Chesterfield road
Humpherson Charles J. Salisbury villa, Meersbrook
Hurst John James, Falmouth villa, Meersbrook Park road
Hurst William, Britannia house, Milner road, Meersbrook bank
Jackson Joseph James, Sturton villas, Carfield avenue, Meersbrook
Jaques John, Woodbank, Crescent rd
Jenkins William, Rutland villas, Chantry road, Woodseats
Jenkinson Charles, Denmark house, Meersbrook Park road
Jenkinson Thomas Henry, Bradway
Johnson Edwin, Marlborough villa, Milner road, Meersbrook bank
Jones Ellis, Chantry villas, Chantry road, Woodseats
Jones Henry John, Meriden villas, Livingston road, Meersbrook
Jones Morgan Parry, Park view, Meersbrook Bank road, Meersbrook
Kirk John, Gordon villas, Chantry road, Woodseats
Leonard Wm. Carfield rd. Meersbrook
Levick Saml. Lockwood, The Summer ho
Linacre James, Chantry rd. Woodseats
Linacre Ravel, Cobnar ho. Woodseats
Linley Chas. Hrbt. Chantry rd. Woodseats
Lister Edwd. Scarsdale vil. Woodseats
Lowe Bernard Samuel, Brighton houses, Meersbrook Park road
McDonald Mrs. Chantry rd. Woodseats
Martin Wilfred, Carfield rd. Meersbrook
Mason Jas. Carfield avenue, Meersbrook
Matthewman Henry, Meersbrook road
Mercer Rev. William M.A. [vicar of St. Paul's], Norton Woodseats, Norton Lees
Merchant John, Chantry house, Meersbrook Park road
Merryweather Wm. Mount view, Woodsts
Millington Miss, Kingsley villa, Derbyshire lane, Meersbrook bank
Millington Reuben, Daisy cottage, Derbyshire lane, Meersbrook bank
Milner Theophilus, Upper Albert road, Meersbrook
Mitchell Henry B. West Cliffe, Derbyshire lane, Meersbrook bank
Muscroft John, Camps Mount villas, Meersbrook
Mussabini Edward, Cliffe Field terrace, Meersbrook bank, Derbyshire lane
Needham Wm. Moor view, Chesterfld rd
Newsham John George, Carfield avenue, Meersbrook
Newton Thomas, Oakwood, Victoria rd
Nichols Hy. Alpine villa, Chesterfield rd
Osborne Frank, Woodside, Woodseats
Parton Isaiah, Stanley villa, Carfield avenue, Meersbrook
Pimm Harry, Edon villas, Meersbrook bank, Derbyshire lane
Pinder Walter, Grange villas, Meersbrook Bank road
Pitchford Mrs. Banner villa, Milner road, Meersbrook bank
Plant Jas. Wortley villa, Meersbrook bank
Powell Mrs. Arrow house, Woodseats
Rawlins Francis William, Meersbrook bank, Derbyshire lane
Rawlins Joseph Benjamin, Hope cottage, Woodseats
Reeves John, Meersbrook bank, Derbyshire lane
Roberts Charles, Rock Mount, Meersbrook bank
Roberts Mrs. Carefield farm
Robinson George Marsden, Broomfield house, Twentywell, Greenhill
Rogerson Fredk. Wm. Chesterfield road
Rouston Wm. Prospect ho. Woodseats
Ryalls Mrs. Carfield road, Meersbrook
Ryalls Leonard Atkinson, Cliff field, Meersbrook bank
Salt William Pullen, Bishopthorpe, Norton Woodseats
Sanderson Thomas, West View cottage, Crescent road, Woodseats
Schofield Hy. Leeshall cot. Meersbrook
Shaw Mrs. Carnfield avenue, Meersbrook
Simpson Benjamin Greaves, Sweetbriar villas, Stanley road, Meersbrook
Sizer John Wm. Woodbank, Crescent rd
Slater George, Prospect ho. Woodseats
Smallwood Thos. Woodbank, Crescent rd
Smith Benj. Mount View rd. Woodseats
Smith Harry Fenton, Holly bank, Milner road, Meersbrook bank
Smith John, Llanover, Twentywell
Smith Joseph, Rock house, Woodseats
Smith Thos. Mount View rd. Woodseats
Smith Wm. B. The Cliff, Meersbrook
Smithson Geo. Woodbank, Crescent rd
Snellgrove Edward, Camps Mount villas, Meersbrook
Stayner Edward Augustus, The Hollies, Norton Lees
Swift Walter, Richmond villas, Milner road, Meersbrook bank
Templeton Mrs. Meersbrook edge
Thompson Charles A. Portland villa, Milner road, Meersbrook bank
Thompson Joseph Thomas, Beech house, Greenhill
Thornton Charles, Holmhirst
Thornton Mrs. The Cottage, Norton Lees
Thorpe Saml. Manor view, Meersbrook
Thraves Mrs. Chesterfield road, Meersbrook bank
Tiddy Richard Samuel, Wolseley view, Milner road, Meersbrook bank
Tompkin John, Beeton villa, Meersbrook Park road
Tune John, Milner rd. Meersbrook bank
Turner Thomas. Wood bank, Meersbrook bank
Twigg Arthur, Holbreck vil. Meersbrook
Veall Misses, Woodseats
Walker Samuel, Meersbrook bank
Waller Mrs. Chantry road, Woodseats
Walling Horace Henry, Grasmere villa, Meersbrook Park road
Warburton William, Allbrook villas, Meersbrook bank
Ward Joseph, Irvine villa, Meersbrook Park road
Ward Maurice, Grange house, Meersbrook Park road
Warner Jsph. Sweetbriar vils. Meersbrook
Watkinson Mrs. Alexandra villa, Derbyshire lane
Welby Edwd. Montague Earle, Norton ho
Wigfall Thomas Henry, Cliffe Field road, Meersbrook bank
Wild Alfd. Alpine vils. Meersbrook Pk. rd
Williamson George, Rutland villas, Chantry road, Woodseats
Wilson George, Holberry villa, Meersbrook Bank road
Wing Michael Thomas, Glenwood villa, Chantry road, Woodseats
Wolstenholme William Bradwell, Upper Albert road, Meersbrook
Wood Thomas, Meersbrook Park road
Woodcock Geo. Carfield av. Meersbrook
Woodhouse Samuel, Studley villa, Meersbrook bank, Chesterfield road
Woollen John, Spring villa, Carfield road, Meersbrook
Wostenholme Frederick, Edon villas, Meersbrook Bank road
Wrigglesworth Thos. F. Woodseats vils
Wright Arthur John. Britannia house. Milner road, Meersbrook bank
Young Joseph, Carfield av. Meersbrook


Abthorpe Henry, grocer, Greenhbill
Addlington Sidney, farmer, Bradway
Addy John Edwin, clerk to the burial board, Meersbrook bank, Derbyshire la
Allen John, gardener to Bernard Cammell esq. Norton hall
Allison Sarah Ann (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Little London road
Andrews James, frmr. Hazlebarrow hall
Arnold Thomas, beer retailer, Derbyshire lane, Woodseats
Atkin Mary (Mrs.). shopkeeper & beer retailer, Woodseats
Ayre Thomas, grocer & beer retailer, Chesterfield road
Baker Thomas, inspector of the West Riding police, Mitchell rd. Woodseats
Barker George, sickle maker, Woodseats
Barker William Henry, Woodseats hotel, Woodseats
Beardshaw James, florist, Harveyclough road, Woodseats
Bennett William H. registrar of marriages & rate coll. Meersbrook Park rd
Benson John, joiner & builder, Greenhill
Biggin Arthur, farmer, Greenhill
Biggin Joseph, beer retailer, Derbyshire lane, Woodseats
Biggin Joshua, grocer, Bradway
Bingham William, farmer, Greenhill
Bingham William James, sickle &c. manfr. see Linley, Linacre & Bingham
Binney Dennis, cowkeeper, The Dale, Woodseats
Bird George, coml. traveller, Campbell villas, Derbyshire lane
Bird James Henry, home presser, Campbell villas, Derbyshire lane
Bird William Henry, florist, Oakwood, Chesterfield road, Meersbrook bank
Birkett John, farmer, Grange farm, Hemsworth
Birtles George, shopkeeper, Harveyclough road, Woodseats
Birtles John, stone mason, Mount View road, Woodseats
Birtles Sarah Frances (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Maugerhay
Bishop & Jones, dress & mantle makers, Chesterfield road
Bown Charles, shopkeeper, Derbyshire lane, Woodseats
Bownes Thomas, news agent, Olivet road, Woodseats
Bradway Workmen's Club & Reading Room (Abraham Firth, sec)
Bramhall John, beer retailer, Bradway
Bray William James, commercial traveller, Fern villa, Chesterfield road
Broomhead Elizabeth (Mrs.), shopkpr. Chantry road, Woodseats
Brown Frederick Arthur, grocer, beer retailer & post office, Chesterfield rd. Meersbrook bank
Brownhill Thomas, farmer, Dykes lane, Greenhill
Bullevant John, farmer, Jordanthorpe
Burgin William, draper & hosier, Harveyclough road, Woodseats
Burkitt John, farmr. Grange fm. Norton
Butcher Samuel, farmer, Lees hall, Meersbrook bank
Cam John Henry, commission agent, Livingston road, Meersbrook
Camm William, quarry owner, Low edges & White Hart, Greenhill
Carr Frederick Fawcett, butcher, Derbyshire lane, Woodseats
Carr Jsph. farmr. Cowmouth, Woodseats
Carter Charles, auger manufacturer, Olivet road, Woodseats
Cavill John, grocer & beer retailer, Derbyshire lane, Woodseats
Cavill Sarah Ann (Miss), postmistress, Woodseats
Cemetery (John Edwin Addy, clerk to the burial board; John Smelt, sexton), Derbyshire lane, Woodseats
Clark William, farmer, Hazelhurst
Clarke Samuel, umbrella maker, Chantry road, Woodseats
Cliffe Thomas, commercial traveller, Meersbrook Bank road
Clifford Wm. mining engineer, Abbey View house
Cook John Dawson, joiner & builder, Meersbrook Park road, Chesterfield rd
Cooper Elizabeth (Mrs.), cowkeeper, Hemsworth
Cope Stephen, grocer & provision dealer, Chesterfield road
Copestake Saml. cowkpr. Chesterfield rd
Copley Wm. gro. & beer ret. Derbyshire la
Crapper Elias, farmer, Bradway
Crawshaw Charles William, farmer, Greenhill hall, Greenhill
Creswick Benjamin, cowkeeper, Derbyshire lane, Meersbrook bank
Dale Alice (M s), dress maker, Meersbrook bank, Chesterfield road
Darlow William & Joseph, Meadow Head brick & tile works, & quarry owners, Woodseats
Deakin Charles, manager for C. T. Skelton & Co. Heeley, Rose cottage
Deakin Charles, Sportsman's inn, Harveyclough road, Woodseats
Dickinson Charles, butcher, Rose hill, Woodseats
Dobson William, shopkeeper, Harveyclough road, Woodseats
Dyson Edward Benjamin, joiner, Woodbank cottage, Meersbrook Bank road
Elshaw James, collector of highway rate, Chantry road, Woodseats
Fearnehough Alfred, beer retailer, Bradway, Greenhill
Fidler William, jun. builder, Dale view, Chesterfield road
Fielding William, Bagshawe Arms P.H. & farmer, Hemsworth
Firth Abrhm. joiner & grocer, Bradway
Fox William, commercial traveller, Chantry road, Woodseats
Fox William, farmer, Lightwood
Furness John Peter, scythe, machine knife & reaping section manufacturer, Bradway
Gale Arthur Knight L.R.C.P. Lond. surgeon, & medical officer & public vaccinator, 5th district, Ecclesall Bierlow union, St. Audries house, Woodseats
Garfitt Charles, shopkeeper, Woodseats
Garford Mary (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Derbyshire lane, Woodseats
Gibson Abrahm. stone mason, Greenhll
Gibson Wm. Charles, grocer, Greenhill
Gillett John, grocer, Cliffe Field road, Meersbrook bank
Goodwin Agnes (Mrs.), draper, Derbyshire lane, Woodseats
Hague Joseph, farmer, Four Lane ends, Woodseats
Hall Annie Elizabeth (Mrs.), grocer & draper, Greenhill
Hall John, farmer, Lightwood
Hardwick John, shoe maker, Olivet road, Woodseats
Hardy Ann (Mrs.), draper, Derbyshire lane, Woodseats
Harrison Henry, builder, Greenhill
Harrison Jn. Geo. commsn. agt. Greenhill
Harrison SI. tailor & postmaster, Greenhill
Harrison Thomas, mining engineer, Bradway, Greenhill
Hartley Ezekiel, farmer, Jordanthorpe
Haslam Edwin, furniture broker, Derbyshire lane, Woodseats
Havenhand Hugh, Masons' Arms P.H. jobmaster & omnibus propr. Woodseats
Hawley & Son, boot & shoe dlrs. Woodseats
Haykin Henrietta (Mrs.), straw bonnet maker, Abbey View road, Woodseats
Hazard Thos. Oldfield, farmer, Herdings
Henshaw Joseph, commercial traveller, Woodland villas, Victoria road
Hepworth William, wheelwright & blacksmith, Woodseats
Hibberd & Son, file manufrs, Greenhill
Hibberd Hy. White Swan P.H. Greenhill
Hibberd William, file manufacturer, see Hibberd & Son
Hirst Joshua Hudson, joiner & builder, Chantry road, Woodseats
Hodgson George, photographer, Cliffefield terr Meersbrook bk. Derbyshire la
Holmes John William, carpenter & joiner, Meersbrook Bank road
Howroyd Richard, commercial traveller, Park view, Meersbrook Bank road
Hudson Osborne Henderson L. R.C. P. I. surgeon, Meersbrook edge, Chesterfield road, Meersbrook bank
Jackson John, shopkeeper, Four Lane ends, Derbyshire lane
Jaques John, carpenter & joiner, Woodbank crescent, Meersbrook bank
Jenkinson Caroline (Mrs.), grocer & provision dealer, Woodseats
Jenkinson Thos corn & flour dlr. Woodsts
Joel Jonathan, Abbey hotel, Woodseats
Jones Morgan Parry, cutlery manufacturer, Meersbrook bank road
Jones Sarah Jane (Mrs.), dress maker, Derbyshire lane, Meersbrook Bank
Kay Jarvis, monumental mason, Derbyshire lane, Meersbrook bank
Lee Fredk. Thos. boot & shoe maker, Albert vil. Derbyshire la. Woodseats
Lee Walter John, registrar of births & deaths, Maugerhay & Chesterfield rd
Linacre James, sickle &c. manufacturer, see Linley, Linacre & Bingham
Linacre Ravel, sickle &c. manufacturer, see Linley, Linacre & Bingham
Linley, Linacre & Bingham, scythe & sickle manufacturers & merchants, Cobnar works, Woodseats
Linley John, brass turner, Four Lane ends, Woodseats
Linley Peter, builder, Regent terrace, Chesterfield road
Lister Edward, farmer & butcher, Scarsdale villa, Derbyshire lane
Lister Joseph, farmer, Norton Lees, Meersbrook bank
Lunn David, shopkeeper, Back moor
Lynch William, grocer & builder, Derbyshire lane, Woodseats
Manknell Benj. Jackson, commercial traveller, Beechmount, Meersbrook
Marshall Elizabeth (Mrs.), news agent, Derbyshire lane, Woodseats
Mason Thomas, commercial traveller, Holly bank, Chantry rd. Woodseats
Mathews George, Cross Scythes P.H. Derbyshire lane, Woodseats
Moore Elizabeth (Miss), beer retailer & grocer, Woodseats
Morton Herbert, farm bailiff to Mrs. Dearden, Lightwood
Morton William Henry, farmer, Povey
Mottram John, farmer, Buckmoor
Mottram William, farmer, Sheep hill
Needham James, farmer, Thorpe farm, Norton Lees
Norbury John, joiner, Back moor
Nornable Walter John, blacksmith k wheelwright, Hemsworth
Norton Ploughing Society (F. W. Bagshawe esq. J.P. president) (established 1881), Bagshawe Arms P.H
Osborne Thomas, file manufacturer & general mer. Woodside, Woodseats
Outram Thos. farmr. Bradley, Greenhill
Padley Edwin, commercial traveller, Moorland view, Victoria road
Parkes John, shopkeeper, Little London rd
Parton Isaiah, estate agent, Stanley villas, Stanley road, Meersbrook
Pearson William, estate agent, Stanley villas, Stanley road, Meersbrook
Pearson William, joiner, Whitworth house, Mount View road, Woodseats
Pilkington Samuel, grocer, Woodseats
Rawlins J. B. & Son, dressing case instrument & corkscrew manufacturers, Hope works, Woodseats
Reaney James, farmer, Greenhill
Rhodes Geo. farmer, Bradway, Greenhill
Rhodes Herbert, post office, Maugerhay
Roberts Charles, carpenter, Rock mount, Derbyshire lane
Roberts Walter Bywater, debt collector, Marlboro' vI. Milner rd. Meersbrook bk
Robinson Richard, farmer, Bolehill, Woodseats & at Norton
Rogers John, joinr. Woodland rd, Woodsts
Ronksley Henry, farmer & cowkeeper
Rose George, joiner & wheelwright, Back moor
Scott Arthur, farmer, Greenhill
Shaw Josh. agent for the Refuge Assurance Co. Chantry road, Woodseats
Sheppard James, builder & contractor, Meersbrook road
Skelton Frances (Mrs.), farmer & beer retailer, Back moor
Skelton Herbert, farmer, Back moor
Slater William, beer retailer, Back moor
Smelt John, sexton to Norton cemetery, Derbyshire lane, Woodseats
Smith Edward, farmer, Lowedges
Smith William James, earthenware dealer, Chesterfield road
Smith Louisa (Mrs.), ladies' private sch. Cliffe hall, Derbysh. la. Meersbrook bnk
Stacey Alfred, ironmngr. Chesterfld. rd
Stacey John, builder, Derbyshire lane
Standish & Chapman, blacksmiths & wheelwrights, Woodseats
Stanley David, builder, Balaclava house, Victoria road
Thompson Joseph Thomas, veterinary surgeon, Beech house, Greenhill
Thorpe Samuel, jun. carter, Derbyshire lane, Woodseats
Thorpe Thomas, farmer, Greenhill
Thraves William. jun. painter & decorator, Douglas villa, Chesterfield road, Meersbrook bank
Timperley Walt. shopkpr. Lit. London rd
Tindall Wm. coal dealer, Little London pI
Tinker Tedbar J. farmer & quarry owner, The Bradway grange, Greenhill
Turner Wm. farmer, Bradway, Greenhill
Twentywell Stone & Brick Works (T. J. Tinker, proprietor), stone quarries, stone saw mills, & brick manufacturers, Bradway, Greenhill
Twigg Arthur, commercial traveller. Holbreck villas, Derbyshire lane, Meersbrook bank
Twigg William, farmer, Woodseats
Valentine William, farmer, Hemsworth
Varah John Edward, grocer & provision dealer, Chesterfield road
Veall William, farmer, Woodseats
Vickers William B. (Mrs.), ladies' schl. Chesterfield rd. Meersbrook Bnk
Wall Geo. commercial traveller, Albany villa, Meersbrook Bank road
Watkinson Isabella (Mrs.), cowkeeper, Mount View road, Woodseats
Webster William, farmer, Back moor
Webster William, shopkpr. Derbysh. la
Whadcock William, plumber & glazier, Oak lodge, Hemsworth
White James, farmer, Norton lees, Meersbrook bank
Wilkinson Henry, boot & shoe maker, Back moor
Wood Charles Redman, draper & hosier, Meersbrook drapery strs. Chestrfld.rd
Woodhouse Samuel, cowkeeper, Meersbrook bank, Chesterfield road
Wragg Elijah, farmer, Herdings
Wragg Thomas, farmer, Lightwood
Wrigglesworth Thomas Fisher, commercial travllr. Woodseats vil. Woodseats
Yates Lot, shopkeeper & coal dealer, Derbyshire lane, Woodseats
Yates Maria (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Harveyclough road, Woodseats
Yeomans John, cowkeeper & basket maker, Greenhill
Youle George, farmer, Woodseats

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