Directories: Pigots 1835

Updated: Friday, June 24, 2011   |   Belper Historical & Genealogical Website

This is the Belper entry from the Pigot's 1835 Commercial Directory. Please see source information at the bottom of the page.

BELPER, WITH THE VILLAGES OF MILFORD, HOLBROOK AND NEIGHBOURHOODS.

POST OFFICE, Bridge street, Hannah Haslam, Post Mistress:- Letters from LONDON and DERBY arrive (by horse post) every forenoon at eleven, and are despatched every morning at half-past seven: Letters are despatched to WIRKSWORTH, MATLOCK and BAKEWELL every forenoon at half-past eleven.

GENTRY AND CLERGY.
Bradshaw Miss Harriet, Holbrook
Carr Rev. John, Holbrook
Gawthorne Rev. Thos. R. King st
Gore the Hon. Captain Edward, R. N. Milford
Harrison Abraham N. esq. Field house
Harrison Mrs. Elizbth. Bridge st
Jenour Rev. Henry, nr. the Derby rd
Melbourne Mr. Samuel, Fleet
Millward Rev. Thomas, Bridge st
Strutt Anthony, esq. Makeney
Strutt Geo. Benson, esq. Bridge Hill
Strutt Jedediah, esq. Green Hall
Tatham Rev. D. S. Belper
Tunstall Rev. Matthew, Church end
Walker Thomas, esq. Belper
Wallis William, Brook side

ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS.
Carr Rev. John, Holbrook
FREE SCHOOL (for the children of Messrs. Strutt's workpeople and others) Belper
Houghton Mary (boarding & day) Chapel st
Perkins Henry (boarding and day) Chapel st
Walker Joseph, Butts
White Hannah, Chapel st

ATTORNEYS.
Carr Lawrence, Market st lane
Ingle Thomas, King street
Swettenham James Oldham (and steward of the manors of Belper, Duffield, Makeney, Southwood, Hazlewood, Windley, Turnditch, Iderichay, Upper & Nether Biggin, Hulland and Nueggenton, commissioner in fiats of bankruptcy, &c.) Park house

AUCTIONEERS.
Hopkins George Henry (and land surveyor) King street
Weston Joseph, King street

BAKERS & FLOUR DEALERS
Brassington George, Milford
Harrison John, Bridge st
Herrod Thomas, Bridge st
Malin Samuel, Market place
Marriott Mary, Milford
Morrell Daniel, Common side
Richardson Thomas, King st
Robinson Michael, Bridge st
Walker Richard, Bridge st
Walters Enoch, Common side
Webster Matthew, High st

BANKERS.
DERBY and DERBYSHIRE Banking Co. (branch of) King st:- John Bromley, agent (draw on Williams, Deacons & Co. London).

BLACKSMITHS & FARRIERS.
Akers George (& edge-tool maker), Openwood Gate
Bates Samuel, Milford
Harrison Abraham, Gutter
Harrison Thomas, Queen st
Powle Joseph, Holbrook
Sims William, Bridge street
Sinkinson John, Holbrook
Swift Thomas, King street

BOOKSELLERS & STATIONRS.
Jackson George (and stamp office), High street
Lowe Edward (binder & stationer), Market street lane
Mason Samuel, Queen st
Rosewarne John (and wholesale publisher of children's books and pictures) Bridge street
Vickers James (& dealer in smallwares and toys) Bridge st

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS.
Allsop Thomas, Milford
Annable John, Holbrook
Ball Thomas, Belper lane
Coates Leonard, Church st
Coates Samuel, Long row
Garrett John, Bridge street
Jackson Richard, Market place
Leam Joseph, Bridge st
Palmer Joseph, King street
Ratcliff Abraham, Fleet st
Read William, Bridge foot
Rice John, Brook side
Sanders Thomas, High pavement
Shepherd Thomas, Commonside
Stear John (warehouse) King street
Street Charles, Milford
Turner Thomas, Milford
Wilmot William, Holbrook
Winson Humphrey, Bridge st

BRAZIERS AND TIN-PLATE WORKERS.
Bower John, Market place
Burgin Matthew, Bridge st
Street William, Field head

BUTCHERS.
Bamford Thomas, Bridge st
Bates William, Long row
Beresford James, High pavement
Butler William, Bridge st
Fearn Sarah, Market place
Fletcher Thomas, Common side
Garratt Robert, Milford
Gregory George, Church st
Hall John, Milford
Hunt William, Belper lane
Jackson Benjamin, Bridge st
Sheldon James, Holbrook
Shepherd Matthew, Belper lane
Smith Jacob, Bridge st
Street Henry, Bridge street
Walker John, Bridge street
Walker William, Holbrook
Watson Samuel, Market place
Wildsmith George, Butts
Willis Thomas, Milford

CABINET MAKERS AND UPHOLSTERERS. (See also Joiners & Cabinet Makers)
Pym Joseph, Bridge st
Weston Joseph, King st

CHINA, GLASS & EARTHENWARE DEALERS.
Coates Thomas, Bridge st
Harrison John (wholesale) King st
Heapey Isaac (wholesale) Bridge st
Sims James, Butts

CONFECTIONERS.
Berrey Sarah, Market place
Day William, Church st
Robinson Michael, Bridge st

COTTON MANUFACTURERS.
Strutt William, George & Joseph, Belper and Milford

CRATE MAKERS.
Beardmore Sampson, White moor
Gaunt James, Field head

CURRIERS.
Palmer Joseph, Bridge st
Palmer William, Market place
Walker James, Market place

DRUGGISTS.
Bridges Thomas, Bridge st
Kiddy Samuel, Market place
Parker William, Market place
Taylor John Chas. (& snuff & cigar dealer) corner of King st, Bridge st

DYERS.
Annable S. Field head
Arthur Mary, Mount pleasant
Oldfield John, Smith's row
Riley Joseph, Church st

FIRE &c. OFFICE AGENTS.
NORWICH UNION, John Smith, Bridge street
PHOENIX, Joseph Pym, Bridge st

GROCERS AND DEALERS IN SUNDRIES.
Barlow James, Long row
Bennett Isaac, Bridge st
Bentley John, Butts
Brassington George, Milford
Brooks Samuel, Field row
Clay Jonathan, Cow end
Coates Thomas, Bridge st
Collinson Edward, King st
England William, Milford
Gration Joseph, Long row
Harrison George, Bridge st
Harrison William, Market place
Harvey John, Milford
Harvey Samuel, Milford
Haslam John, Mount pleasant
Haworth Joseph, Swinwell lane
Hodgkinson William, Milford
Houghton Benjamin, Bridge st
Jessop John, Mount pleasant
Johnson Joseph, King st
Longden John, High pavement
Mason John, Swinwell lane
Morrell Daniel, Chapel hollow
Neaum John, Bridge st
Parker William, Bridge st
Rowland James, Market place
Shaw William, Market place
Sheldon Robert, Holbrook
Smith Mary, Field head
Smith Thomas, Belper lane
Smith Thomas, Bridge st
Street Mary, Bridge st
Taylor John Chas. corner of Kings st
Turton Samuel Hopkinson (& flour dealer) Market place
Watson M. Belkin's court
Webster William, Queen st
Whittaker Robert, Bridge st
Wild Elizabeth, Short row
Winsley Samuel, Milford
Yates William, Milford

HAIR DRESSERS.
Barnes John, Market place
Heapey Isaac (& perfumer) Bridge st
Robinson Amelia, Market place
Swindell Jervis, Bridge st

HATTERS.
Alexander Isaac (manfr.) Bridge st
Bishop Charles & Co. (& hosiers) Market place
Bottom Francis (manufactr.) Queen st
Brown Abraham (& hosier) King st

HOSIERY MANUFACTURES.
Brettle George & Co. (late Ward, Brettle & Ward) Belper, and at 119 Wood street, London
Brown Abraham, King st
Brown Henry, Bargate
Harvey William, Bridge st
Ward B. B. South end of the Town

INNS.
George (commercial), John Turner, Bridge street
Red Lion (commercial), Joseph Deaville, Bridge street

IRONMONGERS.
Jackson George, High st
Mawkes Thomas, King st
Street Thomas (and smith & gunsmith) Bridge street

JOINERS & CABINET MAKERS. (See also Cabinet Makers, &c.)
Harrison James, Bridge st
Harrison John, Bridge st
Holmes James, Bridge st
Ride Thomas, Belper lane
Summers Thomas, Bridge st
Watson William, High st

LACE MANUFACTURERS.
Stansby Thomas, Chapel st
Woodward John, Chapel st

LINEN & WOOLLEN DRAPERS.
Bishop Charles & Co. Market place
Harrison Wm. & Sons (& mercers), Market place
Houghton Benjamin (and mercer), Bridge st
Jackson William W. Market place
Topham John Cowper, Market pl

MALTSTERS.
Frost John, King street
Webster James, Bridge st
Whysall John, Gutter

MILLERS.
Melbourne John, Mill lane
Webster Jas. (& flourdealer) Bridge st

MILLINERS & DRESS MAKERS.
Boden Ann, Bridge street
Bower Elizabeth, Market place
Evans Mrs. -, Market place
Harrison Ann, Chapel st
Holmes H. Butts
Manners Eliza, Long row
Parker Mary, Long row
Radford Hannah, Bridge st
Robinson Elizabeth, High st
Street Mary, North terrace
Turton & Parkinson, Church st
Walker Mary, Bridge st

NAIL MANUFACTURERS.
Blackhan Edward, High st
Carr & Bridges, Queen st
Harrison John & Sons, Lawn hill
Hunt Abraham, Common side
Hunt Samuel, Market place
Jones William, Chapel hollow
Mason John, Field head
Mason Thomas, Chapel hollow
Melbourne John, Gutter
Melbourne Samuel George, Fleet
Melbourne William, Fleet
Mold Henry, King st
Spencer Joseph, Fleet
Walker Joseph, Common side
Walker Samuel, Chapel hollow
Watson & Webster, Queen st
Watson John, Market place
Webster Edward, Market place
Webster Wm. & John, Queen st

PAINTERS, PLUMBERS AND GLAZIERS.
Brown Thomas, Church st
Hemingway Benjamin, King st
Holland William, King st
Shaw Andrew, Market place
Stevenson William, King st

PLASTERERS.
Edmonds Elias, Queen st
Smith George, King street
Smith George & Wm. Belper lane

PRINTERS - LETTER-PRESS & COPPER-PLATE
Mason George, Queen st
Rosewarne John, Bridge st

SADDLERS.
Mellor Henry, King street
Pounder Henry, Market place
Smith William, High st

SEEDSMEN.
Gratton Joseph, Long row
Heath John (& gardener) Milford
Heath Thos. (& gardener) Milford
Hunt Charles, Common side
Taylor John Chas. corner of King st
Taylor Joseph, Common side

SINKER MAKERS.
Birkin Thomas, Queen st
Stoddard William, Brook side
Stretton James, Chapel st

STONE MASONS.
Beresford James, High pavement
Coates Thomas, Bridge st
Daniels John, Belper lane
Harvey John, Long row
Ratcliffe Thomas, Butts
Robinson Edward, Market place

STRAW &c. HAT MAKERS.
Hall Mary, Market place
Heapey Mary Ann, Chapel st
Weston Mary, Market place
Weston Sarah, King st

SURGEONS.
Evans David, Market-street lane
Lomas Thomas & Henry, Bridge st

TAILORS.
Marked thus * are also Drapers.
Barnes Samuel, Church st
* Bishop Charles & Co. Market place
Bridges John, Long row
Buxton William, Bridge st
Herrod Samuel, Cluster buildings
* Hill Charles, Bridge st
Kiddy Joseph, Bridge st
* Kiddy Samuel, Bridge st
Lovegrove Henry, Holbrook
Peal William, Cluster buildings
* Rowland James, Market place
Satchwell William, Market place
Sheward George, King st
* Sims James, Bridge st
Thornhill John, Smith's row
Tipper Joseph, Bridge st
Waterfeild (sic) John, Swinwell lane
White Thomas, Chapel st

TAVERNS & PUBLIC HOUSES.
Angel, John Alldread, Market place
Black Swan, Saml Ward, Market place
Brewer & Maltster, John Whysall, Gutter
Bull's Head, Henry Blount, Belper lane
Cross Keys, Richard Coates, Market pl
Nag's Head, Gervase Watson, High pavement
New Inn, John Shorthose, Market place
New Inn, William Slater, Milford
Old Greyhound, Wm. Walker, Holbrook
Old King's Hd. Martha Marshall, Brook side
Rose & Crown, Wm. Alldread, King st
Royal Oak, Samuel Windley, Milford
Talbot, John Frost, Bridge end
Tiger, John Milward, King st
White Hart, Ellen Radford, Bar gate
White Swan, John Watson, Market place

RETAILERS OF BEER.
Alldread Samuel, Market place
Barker Edward, King st
Beardsley William, King st
Beresford John, High street
Bostock Thomas, Market-street lane
Burgoyne Sarah, High street
Butler William, Bridge st
Clark William, Butts
Gould Dennis, Field head
Gregory George, Church street
Neaum John, Bridge street
Noble Edward, Short row
Robinson Michael, Bridge street
Sims Henry, Milford
Slater Sarah, King street
Smith Elizabeth, Field head
Smith Thomas, Bridge street
Timperley William, King street
Walker Joseph, Chapel hollow
White William, Mount pleasant

WHEELWRIGHTS.
Allsop John, Bridge street
Osbiston German, Field head
Slater Anthony, King st

WORSTED MANUFACTURERS AND WOOLSTAPLER.
Turner John, Field row

Miscellaneous.
Ault Jos. watch & clock maker, Bridge st
Barnes Samuel, Shortland's weighing machine, Church street
Bennett Isaac. ale & porter dealer, Bridge street
Froggat Ann, silk weaver, Mount pleasnt
Gratian Joseph, organ builder, Chapel st
Hitchcock Ruth, fishmonger, Bridge st
Hunt Saml. broker & appraiser, Market pl
Jessop William, file smith, Bridge foot
Kirkland Wm. rope, &c. maker, Long row
Malin Samuel, dealer in British wines, Market place
Martin Edward, frame-smith, Chapel hollow
Oakden, Thomas, turner & chair maker, High street
Pym Joseph, clerk to the magistrates, Bridge st
Reeves Thos. flour dealer, North terrace
Robinson Edward, builder, High st
Simpkinson Chas. patten maker, Bridge st
Swift Thos. spade & shovel maker, King st
Thornley Jno. tallow chandler, Market pl
Topham George, cooper, King st
Turton Matthew, spirit dealer, King st
Wigley George, brick maker, Bar gate

COACHES.
To LONDON, the Royal Bruce, and the Peveril of the Peak (from Manchester) call at the George & Red Lion, Bridge street, every evening at six; both go thro' Derby, Loughbro', Leicester, &c.

To BIRMINGHAM, the Defiance (from Sheffield) calls at the Red Lion, Bridge street, & the Tiger, King-street, every day at twelve:- & the Telegraph calls at the Red Lion, every afternoon at half-past two; both go through Derby and Tamworth.

To DERBY; a Car, from the Red Lion, every Friday morning at eight.

To MANCHESTER, the Lord Nelson & the Lady Nelson (from Nottingham) call at the Red Lion, & George, every morning at half-past eight:- the Royal Bruce and the Peveril of the Peak (from London) call at the same Inns, every morning at half-past ten; all go through Matlock, Bakewell and Buxton.

To NOTTINGHAM, the Lord Nelson & the Lady Nelson (from Manchester) call at the George, & Red Lion, every afternoon at four; both go through Derby:- and a Car, from the Red Lion, every Wednesday morning at a quarter before five, and Saturday morning a quarter before six; goes through Ripley and Eastwood.

To SHEFFIELD & LEEDS, the Telegraph (from Birmingham) calls at the Red Lion, every day at twelve; goes through Chesterfield:- and the Defiance (from Birmingham) calls at the Tiger, & the Red Lion, every afternoon at half-past two:- goes through Matlock and Bakewell.

CARRIERS.
To BIRMINGHAM, BRISTOL, and BATH, Wheatcroft & Sons, from their warehouse, Buckland hollow, daily.

To DERBY, John Webster, from the New Inn, every Monday, Wednesday & Friday:- William Watson, every day (Sunday excepted), & Gawthorn's Car, from the Red Lion, every Friday.

To NOTTINGHAM, - Gawthorne's Car, from the Red Lion, every Wednesday and Saturday:- goes through Ripley and Eastwood.

To SHEFFIELD, Wheatcroft & Sons, daily.

To WIRKSWORTH, a Mail Cart, from the Post Office, every morn. at 1/2 past 11.

* Besides the above, there are Market Carts to most of the surrounding villages, every Saturday.

CONVEYANCES BY WATER.
To LONDON, Wheatcroft & Son's Boats, from Buckland hollow, three days a week.

To MANCHESTER and LIVERPOOL
(by Railway and Canal) Wheatcroft & Sons, daily.

To NOTTINGHAM, and all parts of the kingdom (by Railway or Canal) from Wheatcroft & Son's wharf, daily.


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