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Walton (Chesterfield), Derbyshire
19th Century Derbyshire Directory Transcripts
From: Kelly's Directory of the Counties of Derby, Notts, Leicester and Rutland
pub. London (May, 1891) - p.322
Kelly's Directory, 1891
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WALTON is a township in the parish of Chesterfield, in the ecclesiastical district of St. Thomas Brampton; it is on the river Hipper, which separates it from Brampton, and extends about 3 miles south-west of Chesterfield and is in the Chesterfield division of the county, Scarsdale hundred, union, petty sessional division and county court district of Chesterfield. At Holymoorside is a school-chapel, erected in 1841 and served from St. Thomas' New Brampton, and a Congregational chapel. The Duke of Devonshire K.G. who is lord of the manor, the Hon. Mrs. Hunloke of Wingerworth Hall and Mr. Jebb are the principal landowners. The soil and subsoil are clay ; the chief crops are wheat and oats. The acreage is 2,424; rateable value, £5,968; and the population in 1881 was 1,182.

POST OFFICE.-William Milner, receiver. Letters received from Chesterfield at 7a.m.; dispatched at 6.15p.m. The nearest money order & telegraph office is at New Brampton

WALL LETTER Box at White Hart, cleared at 6 p.m. This place is included in Brampton & Walton United School Board district

Board School, Holymoorside, erected in 1874, for 200 children; average attendance, 48 boys,43 girls & 32 infants; Harry Sturgess, master; Mrs. Sturgess, assistant mistress; Miss Lizzie Keeling, infants' mistress

Adin Miss, Hawthorn house
Billing Robert P
Humble Mansfeldt Heron, Walton house
Rickman Samuel, Walton lodge
Stanton Frederick, Walton cottage
Walton John, Walton grove
Woodhead Edward, Park hall


Biggin Chas. Alfred, farmer, Walton field
Booker Hannah (Mrs.), farmer, Hoy ho
Booker James, farmer
Bower Edward, farmer
Brailsford Paul, farmer
Brocklehurst Charles Blue Stoops P.H. farmer & timber dealer
Broomhead Thomas, farmer, Hungerhill
Caudwell Joseph, farmer, Grange wood
Clayton Ann (Mrs.), farmer
Cox Isaac, miller (water & steam)
Cozens Wm. farmer, Spring House farm
Dronfield Francis, farmer, Walton hay
Elliott Peter, cowkeeper
Goodwin Charles, cowkeeper
Gregory William, farmer, Stone hay
Hallows John, farmer
Handbury Henry, farmer, Boythorpe frm
Hewitt, Bunting & Co. Limited (Charles A. Biggin, sec.), cotton wick manufr
Hill Samuel, farmer
Homer William, farmer
Hopkinson Charles, cowkeeper
Hopkinson George, joiner & wheelwright
Hursthouse Francis, farmer
Jennings Harriett (Mrs.), Hat & Feathers P.H
Johnson Herbert, farmer
Key Joseph, cowkeeper
Limb James, wheelwright
Lowe John, farmer
Lowe Joseph, farmer, Walton Hill top
Madin Stephen, farmer
Marshall James, White Hart P.M
May Ann (Mrs.), farmer, Furnace hill
May Herbert, butcher, Furnace hill
Mountney Herbrt. beer ret, Furnace hill
Ogden John William, shopkeeper
Pearson James, earthenware manufr. & colliery proprietor, London pottery
Plowright Brothers, engineers & iron & brass founders, Brampton works
Revill Samuel, cowkeeper
Rhodes William, builder & mason
Riggott James Archer, frmr. Yew Tree ho
Rooth Jn. Sampson, Walton chemical wks
Rotherham Robert, joiner
Simpson Henry, farmer, Rose farm
Smith Jn. farmer, Washhouse lodge farm
Smith William, cowkeeper
Swaine William, farmer
Taylor, Sons & Co. general wood turners, Walton mills
Taylor Charles, farmer
Tamer Joseph William, farmer
Turner Sarah (Mrs.), infants' school
Tyson & Bradley, Hipper chemical wks
Wardle Joseph, farmer
Wheatley Alfred, farmer, Hungerhill
White George, farmer
White William, farmer, Stone edge
Winson Robert, farmer
Wright Thomas, Anchor inn
Wright William, farmer, Walton hall
Wyatt George, shopkeeper & beer retlr

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

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