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Hall's "Days in Derbyshire", 1863*
Eighteenth and nineteenth century tour guides about Matlock Bath and Matlock
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The Villa, an illustration in Days in Derbyshire
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Ashfield, previously The Villa - the Old Bath-house

John and Elizabeth Broadfoot kept a lodging house in Matlock Bath.
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Elsewhere on this website
The Broadfoots advertised in various trades directories. See Kelly's 1864 entry - you'll need to scroll down a little
See John and Elizabeth Broadfoot in the 1861 census
Names in the London Gazette - see John Broadfoot in 1867
Pigot's Directory, 1842 - The Villa was a school, run by the Cox sisters

*Transcribed by Ann Andrews in November 2004 from:
Hall, Spencer Timothy (1863) "Days in Derbyshire ..." With sixty illustrations by J. Gresley (artist), Dalziel Brothers (illustrators). Simpkin, Marshall and Co, Stationers' Hall Court, London, and printed by Richard Keene, All Saints, Derby.
With my grateful thanks to Ray Ash who provided photocopies for me to OCR.
Image scans Copyright Ray Ash and intended for personal use only.