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Ripley (with Waingroves), Derbyshire
19th Century Derbyshire Directory Transcripts
From: Kelly's Directory of the Counties of Derby, Notts, Leicester and Rutland
pub. London (May, 1891) - pp.290-293
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RIPLEY is a thriving market town and township, with two railway stations, and in 1855 was formed into a parish from the parish of Pentrich ; it is 5 miles north-east from Belper, 137 from London by rail and 136 by road, 3½ south-west from Alfreton, and 10 north from Derby, in the Ilkeston division of the county, hundred of Morleston and Litchurch, Belper petty sessional division and union, Alfreton county court district, rural deanery of Alfreton, archdeaconry of Derby and diocese of Southwell. Waingroves, annexed to this parish for civil purposes in 1888, under the "Divided Parishes Act," is ecclesiastically attached to Codnor and Loscoe. A branch line of the Midland railway from Derby was opened for passenger traffic in 1857, with a station near the town, and in 1890 was extended to Butterley station, situated one mile north on the Ambergate and Pye Bridge branch: in the same year a new line was opened for passenger traffic to Codnor and Heanor, joining the branch 1 mile south of Ripley station. The town is the management of a Local Board of twelve members, formed in 1867 ; it is lighted with gas and supplied with water from an artesian well 180 feet deep; the works, situated near the Market place are the property of the Local Board. The church of All Saints, erected in 1821, is a building of stone in the Decorated style, consisting of chancel, nave, porch and an embattled tower at the south-west angle, containing a clock and 5 bells, dated 1861; the lower stage of the tower forms a porch: it was completely restored in 1861, and an organ was presented by Major Jessop in 1863: there are 600 sittings. The register dates from the year 1821. The living is a vicarage, net yearly value £284, including 56 acres of glebe, in the gift of the trustees of the late Francis Wright esq. and held since 1887 by the Rev. William Edgar Bradstock M.A. of Brasenose College, Oxford. A vicarage house was erected in 1865. St. John's district iron church, at Green Hillocks, was erected by the Butterley Company, at a cost of about £800; the Rev. Charles Robert Round has been curate in charge since 1884. There are Baptist, Wesleyan, United Free Methodist, Primitive Methodist, and Congregational chapels, and the Christadelphians have a meeting room in Park road. A cemetery of five acres, with a mortuary chapel, was formed in 1858, and is under the control of a Burial board of nine members. The Market Hall, erected in 1880 by the Local Board, contains a large room for entertainments as well as a Board room and public offices, and a fire engine house. The E and F companies of the 1st Volunteer Battalion, Derbyshire Regiment, have their headquarters in the town. At Butterley are the blast furnaces, foundries, boiler yards and iron works of the Butterley Company Limited, who are also proprietors of several large collieries here and in the neighbouring parishes, in which hard and soft coal of good quality is worked, adjoining the Cromford canal, and have a branch line of railway from Codnor Park to the Butterley works. Messrs. Crossley have an extensive establishment for the manufacture of cotton wicks and silk, cotton and mohair braids, boot laces &c. A market granted by charter of Henry III. and formerly held on Wednesday, is now held on Saturday. Fairs are held on Wednesday in Easter week and the 23rd of October. Butterley Hall, the residence of Albert Leslie Wright esq. J.P. is a stone mansion, situated on a pleasant acclivity, with extensive pleasure grounds and good offices. There are no manorial rights. The shareholders of the Butterley Company Limited are the principal landowners. The area is 2,815 acres; rateable value, £26,181. The population of the township, including the hamlets of BUTTERLEY (which is in the postal district of Alfreton), GREEN HILLOCKS, GREENWICH, HARTSHAY, MAREHAY and STREET LANE, in 1881 was 7,298 ; the population of the ecclesiastical parish in 1881 was 6,824, and of local board district in 1881, 6,081.

POST, M. O. & T. O., S. B. & Insurance & Annuity Office.- James Warriner, receiver. Letters arrive from Derby at 7 a.m. & 4.35 p.m.; dispatched at 9.5 a.m. 1.40 p.m. 3.55 p.m. saturdays only, 7.40 p.m. Saturdays excepted & 9.10 p.m. saturdays only. There is no delivery or dispatch on sundays. Money orders granted & paid from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, sundays excepted
WALL LETTER Boxes.-Butterley Hill, cleared at 7 p.m. week days only; Green Hillocks, cleared at 6.50 p.m. week days only; Greenwich, cleared at 6.30 p.m. week days only; Lowes Hill, 6.50 p.m. week days only ; Marehay, 6.30 p.m. week days only

Strutt George Henry esq. D. L. Bridge Hill, Belper, chairman
Strutt Hon. Frederick, Milford house, Derby
Alleyne Sir John Gay Newton bart. C.E. The Chevin, Belper
Crompton Jn. Gilbert esq. D.L. The Lilies, Brailsford, Derby
Haslam William Coates esq. The Elms, Ripley, Derby
Heywood Arthur Perical esq. M.A. Duffield Bank, Derby
Hurt Albert Frederic esq. D.L . Alderwasley hall, Derby
Pedder Col. Charles Denison, Kilburne hall, Derby
Smith Francis Nicholas esq. Wingfield park, Derby
Smith Rowland esq. D.L. Duffield hall, Derby
Strutt George Herbert esq. Makeney house, Derby
Twyford Col. Henry Robert, Sunny Bank, Belper
Woolley Joseph Henry esq. Holly Bank, Kilburne, Derby
Wright Albert Leslie esq. Butterley hall, Ripley, Derby
Clerk to the Magistrates, F. D. Huish, 15 Wardwick, Derby
Petty sessions are held at the Market hall every alternate monday & at the Public hall, Belper, every alternate Thursday at 11 a. m. & an occasional court is held at Mr. Pym's office, Bridge street, Belper. The following places are included in the division :-Alderwasley, Ashleyhay, Belper, Crich, Duffield, Hazelwood, Heage, Holbrook. Kilburne, Pentrich, Ripley, Shottle, Turnditch & Windley

Offices, Market hall.
Board day last wednesday of the month.
Clerk, John Thomas Capon, Church street
Treasurer, William Hugh Lowthian, Church street
Medical Officer of Health, Edward Gaylor, Belper
Surveyor, William Hopkinson, Wellington street
Inspector of Nuisances, Charles Shelton, Greenwich
Collector, William Cutts, Hartshay
Water Works Manager, Thomas Brown

Cemetery, George M. Capon, clerk to the Burial Board ; Henry Wilmot, keeper
Market Hall, Market place
Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire Regiment), 1st Volunteer Battalion, Major Corfield, commanding; E company, Capt. Albert Leslie Wright; & F company, Capt. J. B. Wheeler
Police Station, Thomas Willcott Reed, inspector
Public Hall, Wellington street

Certifying Factory Surgeon & Medical Officer & Public Vaccinator, Ripley District, Belper Union, & Medical Officer of Health, No. 1 Belper Rural District, Josiah Allen, Derby road
Medical Officer of Health for Heage Urban Sanitary Authority, George Garnham, Market place
Collector of Poor's Rates & Assistant Overseer, Frank Fletcher, Wall street
Inspector of Police, - Richards, Moseley street
Town Crier, William George Hunt, Pentrich road

A School Board of 7 members was formed in 1880 for the united district of Ripley & Pentrich, with Denby contributory sending 2 members; John Thomas Capon, Church street, clerk to the board; Thomas Cutts, Hartshay, attendance officer
Board, Hartshay (mixed), built in 1884, for 43 infants; average attendance, 27; Miss Deborah Stanley, mistress
Board, Street lane (mixed & infants), built in 1887, for 150 children; average attendance, 149; Septimus Collingwood, master
Board, Waingroves (mixed & infants), built in 1884, for 131 children; average attendance 95; Miss Sabina E. Jackson, mistress
National, built in 1819 & re-erected by the Butterley Company for 350 boys, 185 girls & 250 infants; average attendance, 240 boys, 170 girls & 230 infants; Frank Allfray, master; Miss Jane Cholerton Hanson, mistress; Miss Harriet Bibby, infants' mistress
St. John's National, Green Hillocks (mixed & infants), erected by the Butterley Company in 1865 & enlarged by them in 1871 & again in 1887 for 310 children & 156 infants; average attendance, 280 children & 130 infants; Arthur Day, master; Miss Harriet Fretwell, infants' mistress

Ripley Advertiser; published saturday; George Rowland, (exors. of), proprietor ; Church street
Ripley & Heanor News, Church street ; George Casswell
Brittain, printer & publisher ; published friday

Butterley, John Henry Grundy, station master
Ripley, Edward Robert Brown, station master

CARRIER TO DENBY, LITTLE EATON & DERBY.-Mrs Sarah Wood, fri. & Alfreton & Swanwick, sat
Gadsby passes through from Derby to Swanwick on fri


Adlington Henry, Croft house
Allen Josiah, Derby road
Andrews Geo. Seckham, Chapel street
Argile Robert, Alfred street
Arthur Alfred, Butterley
Arthur William, Reservoir ho. Butterley
Bailey Henry, Grosvenor place
Baker Godfrey, Florence villa
Barton Mrs. Grosvenor house
Bembridge William B. Scarsdale house
Bennett Mrs. Cromford road
Blanch Rev Jsph. Bensn. [Wes.], Street la
Bradstock Rev. Wm. Edgar M.A. Vicarage
Brentnall Arnold, Wall street
Burrell John Joshua, Providence street
Capon John Thomas, Church street
Copestake Mrs. Grosvenor place
Crossley Horace, The Beeches, Cromfd. rd
Crossley James, Car house
Crossley Mrs. Springfield house
Dannah Mrs. Chapel street
Davenport Rev. Mark [Wes.], Chapel st
Day Arthur, St. John's school house
Day George, The Grange
Fletcher Mrs. Greenwich house
Fletcher Thomas, Grosvenor place
Garnham George, Market place
Gillott Thomas, Hammersmith
Goodwin Thomas Tyrrell, Lowes hill
Hackett Rev. Benjamin, Ripley college
Hall Joseph, High street
Harrison Joseph, Outram street
Hartshorne Rev. Thomas [Primitive Methodist], Cromford road
Haslam William Coates J.P. The Elms
Holgate Rev. John [United Methodist Free Church], Nottingham road
Hutchinson Alexander, Market place
Johnson John, Providence street
Lawton Charles, Chapel street
Lea Thomas, Hammersmith
Lee George, Grosvenor place
Lee Herbert, Bank house, Market place
Lowthian William Hugh, Bank house, Church street
Ogle William, Willows
Paul Wm. Kirman, Nottingham road
Redfern Joseph, Church street
Round Rev. Charles Robert [curate in charge of St. John's], St. John's villa
Slack Mrs. Greenhill house
Smith Mrs. Grosvenor place
Topham Miss, High street
Wain John, Bleak house, Oxford street
Walker Samuel, Alfred street
Wallis Charles Geo. B.A. Butterley hill
Webster Mrs. Butterley hill
Wright Albt. Leslie J.P. Butterley hall


Abbott William, foundry manager to the Butterley Co. Limited, Butterley
Allcock William, farmer, Green hillocks
Allen Josiah, surgeon, medical officer of health, certifying factory surgeon, medical officer & public vaccinator, Ripley district, Belper union ; & medical officer of health. No. 1 Belper rural district, Derby road
Allen & Wallis, surgeons
Allen Elijah, fishmonger, Lowes hill
Allen George, butcher, Lower Hartshay
Allsop James, farmer, Marehay
Alton Alfred, butcher, Butterley hill
Alton James, butcher, Oxford street
Amott Geo. Prince of Wales P.H. Buttrly. hl
Andrews Geo. Seckham, dentist, Chapel st
Anthony Edwd. butcher, Pentrich road
Anthony John, plumber, Derby road
Argile Robert, architect, civil engineer & surveyor & insurance agnt. Oxford st
Argyle Alfred, beer retailer, Outram st
Arthur Alfred, accountant to the Butterley Co. Limited, Butterley
Attewell Wm. confectnr. Nottingham rd
Attewell Wm. jun. confctnr. Station rd
Baker Edward Thos. outfitter, Chapel st
Bamford John, beer retailer, Oxford st
Beastall Brothers, tailors, High street
Beastall Alfred, tailor, Oxford street
Bee John Heywood, beer seller, Chapel st
Bembridge & Cox, grocers, & agents for W. & A. Gilbey, wine & spirit merchants, Church street
Birks Samuel, farmer, Butterley fields
Birks William, beer ret. Butterley hill
Blackwell Samuel, hair dresser, Green hillocks & High street
Blount Elizabeth (Mrs.), grcr. Chapel st
Blount Isaac, refreshment rms. Chapel st
Blount Richard Peat, grocer, Church st
Bonsall Enoch, saddler, Derby road
Booth George, saddler, Oxford street
Booth John, greengrocer, High street
Booth Mary (Miss), dress ma. Chapel st
Bower Charles & Son, flour warehouse, Nottingham road & at Alfreton & South Wingfield
Bowler George, farmer, Green hillocks
Bowler Joseph, butcher, Green hillocks
Bowman Henry, brick maker, Marehay
Bradley Herbt. beer ret. Low. Hartshay
Brittain George Casswell, printer, bookseller & stationer & office of the "Ripley & Heanor News," Church street, See advertisement
Brothwell John, farmer, Up. Hartshay
Brown Jas. Hy. shopkpr. Green hillocks
Brown John, watch maker, Oxford st
Brown Thos. mgr. of the Water works
Burns Jsph. pork btchr. Nottingham rd
Burrell Jn. Joshua, solr. Providence st
Burton Benjamin, joiner, Wood street
Burton Emily ( Mrs.), grcr. Green hillocks
Burton James, chimney sweepr. Park st
Butler James, farmer, butcher & grocer, Street lane
Butterley Co. Limited (The), iron masters, engineers, manufacturers of bar & plate iron & stool & iron founders, bridge, girder & roof builders & coal owners (Fitz Herbert Wright esq. managing director; F. C. Corfield, manager for Derbyshire & Nottinghamshire collieries; I. C. Cadman, manager for collieries & iron works at Silverdale, North Staffordshire ; Geo. Day, cashier) ; head office, Butterley, Alfreton; London office, 118 Cannon street E C ; Manchester office, Deans gt
Buxton George, beer retailer, Park rd
Buxton Jn. photographer, Cromford rd
Capon George M. clerk to the burial board & school board, Market hall
Capon John Thomas, clerk to local board & clerk to the schl. board, Market hall
Carrington John, farmer, Marehay
Cave Varney, beer retailer, Butterley hl
Cemetery (George M. Capon, clerk to the burial board; Henry Wilmot, kpr)
Chamberlain George William, White Lion hotel, Market place
Chambers Harry, brewers' agt. Church st
Clark Benj. farmr. Padley hall & Hartshay
Clark William, joiner, Park road
Clay Joseph, greengrocer, Moseley st
Clower William, builder & slater, Nottingham road
Coleman Matthew, farmr. Up. Hartshay
Conservative Association (Frank Allfrey, hon. sec.), Chapel street
Cooper William John, manufacturing house furnisher & art dealer, High st
Cope John, fishmonger, Church street
Copestake Eliza (Mrs.), grocer, Market pl
Coupe Hannah, (Mrs.), Railway hotel, Station road
Coupe John, road contractor, Greenwich
Coupe Jn. Volunteer Arms P.H. Park st
Cresswell Joseph H. joiner & builder, Green hillocks
Crooks William John, farmer, Marehay
Crossley H. & Co. manufacturers of silk & cotton boot laces & mohair braids
Crossley James & Son, manufacturers of cotton wicks & silk & cotton braids, Ripley mills
Cursham Chas. Lambert, solr. 1 High st
Curzon Alfred, grocer, Chapel street
Cutts Thos. schl. attend. officr. Hartshay
Cutts William, collector to the local board, Hartshay
Daniel Hy. landscape gardnr. Up. Hartshy
Danks Sarah & Jane Ann (Misses), milliners, Market place
Dannah Annie (Mrs.), Red Lion commercial hotel & posting ho. Market pl
Davies Wm. photogrphr. Nottingham rd
Davis William, boot maker, Lowes hill
Day George, cashier to the Butterley Co. The Grange
Day Wm. Rising Sun P.H. Grn. hillocks
Daykin Kendel, chemist, Church street
Daykin Mary (Mrs.), gen. dlr. High st
Dean George, Crown inn, High street
Dilks Robert, hair dresser, High street
Disney George, grocer, Station road
Elliott John, joiner & undrtkr. Moseley st
Evans Elizabeth (Mrs.), farmr. Whitelee
Evans Eli, supt. to the Prud. Church st
Fisher William Henry, grocer & wine & spirit dealer, Butterley hill
Fletcher Frank, assistant overseer & collector of poor's rates, Wall street
Fletcher James, shopkpr. Station road
Fletcher John, builder, Greenwich
Fletcher Joseph, draper, Oxford street
Fletcher Mary Ann ( Mrs.), ladies' school, Greenwich house
Fletcher Samuel, wholesale & retail provision merchant, Church street
Fords Marehay Main Collieries
Frost Emma Rose (Miss), ironmonger, High street
Frost Wm. Hrbrt. ironmngr. Church st
Garner Thos. Blue Bell P.H. Pentrich rd
Garnham George, surgeon, & medical officer of health for Heage urban sanitary authority, Market place
Garton Jn. butchr. & cattle dlr. Greenwch
Gent John, grocer, Nottingham road
Gibson Wm. beer ret. Lower Hartshay
Gibson Wm. ironmonger, Pentrich road
Goodwin Frances Elizabeth (Miss), ladies' boarding school, Butterley car
Grainger Mary Ann (Mrs.), confectioner, Oxford street
Grainger Charles, beer retailr. Pease hill
Green John Robert M.R.C.V.S. Lond. veterinary surgeon & inspector under the Contagious Diseases (Animals) Act ; attends daily Red Lion stables ; & at Belper & Alfreton
Green Joseph, farmer
Green Thomas, pork butcher, High st
Gregory Edwd. Royal Oak P. H. Mare hay
Gregory Maurice, beer ret. Butterley hl
Guest Ann (Mrs.), confectnr. Oxford st
Hackett Rev. Benjamin, Ripley college
Hall Frederick, butcher, High street
Hand James, farmer, Hartshay
Handley George, shopkeeper, Marehay
Harris William, builder, Marehay
Harvey John, William & Joseph, coal hauliers, Green hillocks
Hawkins Samuel, beer retailer, Pease hl
Hawkins William, beer ret, Lowes hill
Hawkins William Henry, smallware dealer, Nottingham road
Hawley Levi, Three Horseshoes P.H. Market place
Hay Frank Arthur, shopkpr. Station rd
Haynes George, butcher, Chapel street
Haynes Jas. Midland htl. Nottingham rd
Helling Joseph, ironmonger, Oxford st
Hickling John, shopkeeper, Station rd
Hickman Wm. minerl. watr. agt. Chapel st
Highfield John, farmer, Pease hill
Hilditch & Co. tailors, Market place
Hill Samson, shoe maker, Church street
Hill Samuel, blacksmith, Nottingham rd
Hill Stephen, boot maker, Church street
Hill Thomas, butcher, Pentrich road
Hind Samuel, beer retailer, Cromford rd
Hind William, boot maker, Wood street
Holland George, beer retailer, sign writer, paperhanger, glazier, gasfitter & authorized plumber, Grosvenor place
Holland Saml. wheelwright, Greenwich
Hollingworth Walter & Son, coach builders; estimates given free of charge, Market place
Holloway John, shopkeeper, Marehay
Holloway Wm. greengrcr. Green hillocks
Holmes & Co. tailors, Church street
Holmes Chas. George inn, Low. Hartshay
Hopkinson Wm. road surveyor & surveyor to the local board, Wellington st
Houseley John. beer retailer, Moseley st
Howe Louisa (Mrs.), shpkpr. Grn. hillocks
Hunt Alfred, baker, Butterley hill
Hunt George, greengrocer, Havelock st
Hunt Joseph, manager to Ripley Gas Light & Coke Co. Limited, Public hall
Hunt Jsph. beer ret. & shopkr. Street la
Hunt William George, town crier & bill poster, Pentrich road
Illsley Thomas B. butcher, Greenwich
Illsley William, butcher, High street
Jackson George, picture frame maker, Oxford street
Jackson Hrbrt. Miners' Arms P. H. Marehy
Johnson George, unredeemed pledge store, High street
Jones Alfred, hair dresser, Nottingham rd
Jones Sarah (Mrs.), milliner, Nottingham road
Kemp Jonas, baker, Oxford street
Kemp Jonas, jun. pork btchr. Oxford st
Kemp Thomas, sewing machine agent, Nottingham road
Kerry Jn. china & glass dlr. Malthouse yrd
Kerry Mary Ann (Mrs.), confctnr. High st
Kiddy John Joseph, Horse & Groom P.H Oxford street
Kettell Henry, farmer, Cromford road
King & Son, cycle mas. Green hillocks
Lamb Henry, tinplate worker, Chapel st
Lambert Elizabeth (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Lower Hartshay
Lane John Lockwood Marson, auctioneer, High street
Lanham William, grocer, Oxford street
Law James, greengrocer, Wellington st
Lawrence Henry, greengrocer, High st
Laycock George, hop bitters bottler, Greaves street
Lee Benjamin, shopkeeper, Market pl
Lee George, auctioneer, accountant & valuer & agent for the Nottingham & Midland Trade Association & sec. To South Normanton & Blackwell Gas & Water Co. &c.& insur. agt. Grosvenor pl
Lee Herbert, insurance agnt. Market pl
Leeds & Leicester Boot Co. Church st
Local Board Water Works (Thomas Brown, manager)
Lomas Henry, butcher, Chapel street
Lowe Herbert, farmer, Whitelee
Lowthian William Hugh, manager of the Nottingham Joint Stock Bank & treasurer to the local board & insurance agent, Church street
Lynam Harrt. (Mrs. ),cowkpr. Godbr. lmb
Machin Thos. Woodward, beer ret. Wall st
Marriott Thos. shopkpr. Green hillocks
Marshall R. & Son, watch mas. Oxford st
Martin William, boot maker, High st
Melbourne Jn. & Sons, grocrs. Greenwch
Melbourne Mary Ann (Mrs.), shop-keeper, Pease hill
Millington John, hair dresser, Oxford st
Miles Thomas, shopkeeper, Park street
Miller Charles, painter, Chapel street
Mills John, general dealer, Bighton st
Mitchell William, tailor, Wellington st
Moon James, blacksmith, Green hillocks & Chapel street
Moore Robert, pork butcher, South
Moore Thomas, beer ret. Weston spot
Moss Frederick, draper, Market place
Moss John, grocer, Market place
Murfin Enoch, farmer, Sandam house
Murfin William, farmer, Sandam farm
Nelson Brothers, butchers, Church st
Norman Edmund, draper, Market place
Norman Samuel, hosier, Oxford street
Norman Samuel, joiner, Derby road
Norman William, builder, Marehay
Nottingham Joint Stock Bank Limited (branch of) (William Hugh Lowthian, of nuisances to the local brd. manager), Church street; draw on Union Bank of London Limited, London E C
Nuttall & Son, linen & woollen drapers, tailors & outfitters, Market place
Oakland Henry Silas, butcher, High st
Ogle G. C. & Son, engineers, agricultural implement, steam engine, boiler & chain manufrs. Perseverance works
Ollerenshaw John, confectnr. Church st
Osborn Elizh .(Mrs.),confectnr. Oxford st
Osborn Keely, builder, Oxford street
Painter Hy. small ware dealr. Moseley st
Pare George Walter, tailor, Oxford st
Parkin Joseph, shoe maker, Greaves st
Parkin Walter, boot maker, Lowes hill
Pauli William Kirman L.R.C.P. Edin. surgeon, Nottingham road
Payne Frederick, Cock commercial hotel, Church street
Peake Arthur Copson, solicitor & commissioner for oaths
Peat Thos. Howard, butcher, Pentrich rd
Peters Saml. Edwd. tobccnst. Church st
Pickering Geo. beer ret. Lower Hartshay
Potts Richard Henry, draper, Market pl
Public Benefit Boot & Shoe Co. Markt. pl
Public Hall, Wellington street
Redfern James, farmer, Marehay
Redfern Joseph, farmer, Marehay
Redfern Joseph, general draper, milliner & clothier, Church st. & at Alfreton
Reed Thomas Willcott, police inspector in charge of Ripley section, Moseley st
Ripley Advertiser (George Rowland (exors. of), proprietor; published sat.), Church street
Ripley Co-operative Society Limited, (W. Bridge, sec.), Nottingham road
Ripley Gas Light & Coke Co. Limited Church street (Joseph Hunt, manager), Public hall
Ripley & Heanor News (G. C. Brittain, printer & publisher ; published fri.), Church st. & at Market st. See advertisement
Ripley Jubilee Institute Club (William H. Blount, sec.), Wellington street
Roberts James, rope & twine maker, Hill mills
Robinson Thos. greengrocer, Chapel st
Robinson Thos. Chas. grngrcr. Oxford st
Robinson William, temperance hotel & dining rooms; accommodation for cyclists, Church street
Rodgers George, shopkeeper, Oxford st
Roe Jn. Hy. monumntl. masn. Oxford st
Rose Samuel, fishmonger, Chapel street
Rose Saml. sen. fishmngr. Nottinghm rd
Rowland George, grocer, Moseley street
Rowland George (exors. of), printer & clothier, Market place
Rudkin John, shopkeeper, Green hillocks
Salt William, joiner, Nottingham road
Saxton George, farmer, Derby road
Saxton William, beer retailer, Oxford st
Scales & Sons, boot & shoe manufacturers, Market
Sellors Rose Hannah (Mrs.), beer retailer, Butterley hill
Shardlow Thomas, tobacconist, Oxford st
Shaw Jn. Jsph. tinplate worker, Oxfd st
Shawcroft Elizabeth (Mrs.), shopkeepr. Green hillocks
Sheldon James, grocer, Marehay
Shelton Charles, auctioneer & inspector valuer, Station road
Shelton Joseph, butcher, Church street
Shelton Jsph. shopkpr. Chadwick's grave
Shelton Mary (Mrs.), brick maker, organ manufacturer, certificated tuner & music seller, Oxford street
Shephard William Arthur, pharmaceutical chemist, Market place
Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire Regt.) 1st Volunteer Battalion (Major F. C. Corfield, commandant; E company, Capt. A. Leslie Wright; F company, Capt. J. B. Wheeler)
Singer Manufacturing Co. (William Vineard, manager), Oxford street
Slack James, farm bailiff to the Butterley Co. Limited, Butterley park
Slater Charles, Durham Ox P.H. Street la
Slater Dorothy (Mrs.), upholsterer, Oxford st
Slater Ezra, builder, Malthouse yard
Slater Geo. china & glass dlr. Oxford st
Slater John, architect & builder, Oxfrd. st
Slater Samuel, wheelwright, Alfred st
Smith Samuel & Co. bankers (branch) Herbert Lee, manager), Market pl.; draw on Smith, Payne & Smiths, London
Smith Henry, shopkeeper, Wood street
Smith James, baker, Nottingham road
Smith James, coal haulier, Havelock st
Smith Tatton, beer retailer, Nottnghm. rd
Smith William, Thorn Tree commercial hotel & posting house, Market place
Soar John, wholesale manufacturing confectioner, High street
Sparham Samuel, furniture dealer, Wellington street
Spendlove John, butcher, Green hillocks
STADDON EMILY (MRS.), tobacconist, jeweller & optician, High street
Staley Elizabeth (Miss), dress maker, Oxford street
Star Tea Co. Market place
Start Eliza (Mrs.), dress maker, Pentrich road
Steeples Thomas, miller (wind), Pease Hill mills
Stevenson Wm. farmer, Green hillocks
Stock Bros. farmers, Upper Hartshay
Stone Samuel, farmer, Stripe
Stretton Henry, butcher, Oxford street
Stuart John, beer retailer, High street
Sun Tea Co. Oxford street
Sweeting Jas. coal haulier, Wellington st
Taylor John, grocer, Greenwich
Taylor Maria Alice (Mrs.), pawnbroker, Butterley hill
Taylor Matthew Hy. prk. btchr. Church st
Thompson Charles, boot ma. Oxford st
Thornhill Joseph, confectioner, Oxford st
Thrush Joseph May, shpkpr. Buttrly. hill
Tomlinson Sarah (Mrs.), haberdasher, Marehay
Turton Geo. shopkeeper, Nottingham rd
Verry Richard, leather cutter, Oxford st
Victoria Habitation Primrose League (John W. G. Pickering, hon. sec)
Wain John, road contractor, High st
Wain John, ironmonger, chemist & insurance agent, High street
Walker Annie (Miss), hosiery knitter, Oxford street
Walker John Flint, farmer, seedsman & valuer, Station road
Walker Mary Frances (Miss), ladies' school, Market place
Walker William, harmonium & reed organ manufacturer, certificated tuner & music seller, Oxford street
Waller Rosey (Mrs.), shpkpr. Moseley st
Wallis Charles George B. A., L.R. C.P. Lond. surgeon, Butterley hill
Walters William, King William The Fourth P.H. Lowes hill
Walters Wilson, beer retailer, Outram st
Warriner James, stationer & post office, High street
Watson William & Son, auctioneers, valuers, house agents, public accountants & debt & rent collectors, trustees in bankruptcy & general brokers, Oxford st. ; & at Alfreton & Ilkeston
Watson George, brick maker, Alfred st
Watson Henry Rowbottom, bicycle ma. Greenwich
Watson Mary (Mrs.), dress maker, Oxford street
Watson Samuel Thomas, auctioneer & furniture, china & glass dealer & insurance agent, Oxford street
Webster Bros. butchers, Butterley hill
Webster Samuel, fishmonger, Oxford st
Welborn Rebecca (Miss), confectioner, Oxford street
Wetton William, builder, Alfred street
Wheatley William, fishmonger, High st
Whiskerd Thos. wheelwright, Pentrich rd
White John, watch maker, Derby road
Whysall -, beer retailer, Market place
Wilkinson David, medical botanist, Chapel street
Williams Charles, cycle agent, Alfred st
Wilmot Theodocia (Mrs.), haberdasher, High street
Wood John, blacksmith, Market place
Wood Sarah (Mrs.), carrier, Moseley st
Woolley Geo. beer retailer, Greenwich
Wright Thomas, marine store dealer, Green hillocks
Wyld Isaiah, carpenter, Moseley street


[Letters should be addressed Denby, Derby.]
Bates Rev. Herbert Wright B.A. curate of Condor]
Abbott William, shopkeeper
Allcock James, shopkeeper
Beecroft Thomas, beer retailer
Bingham John, farmer
Cope George, beer retailer
Fisher Herbert, Thorn Tree inn
Godber George, butcher
Parkin Samuel, shopkeeper
Shelton Charles & Son, brick makers
Short Frederick, shopkeeper

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

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