Gloverís Directory 1827-29 - A to M

Stephen Glover's Directory of the County of Derby 1827-29

Transcript of parishes in the Repton & Gresley Hundred
Part 1 (A to M)

Appleby Magna  Bretby  Calke  Castle Gresley  Catton  Cauldwell  Chellaston  Church Gresley  Coton-in-the-Elms  Croxall  Derby Hills  Drakelowe  Edingale  Foremark  Hartshorn  Ingleby  King's Newton  Linton  Lullington  Measham  Melbourn  Milton    Part 2 (N to Z)
Surname Index     Part 1 (A to M)   Part 2 (N to Z)

APPLEBY MAGNA, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley. Part of this village stands in Leicestershire.
Lords of the Manor, The Governors of Bosworth School
APPLEBY PARVA, a part of the parish of Appleby Magna.
Lord and Lady of the Manor, Mrs. Moore, Valentine Green, Esq. Devisees of the late Mr. Moore.

Brooks Joseph, farmer, F.
Garner Thomas, bricklayer, F.
Green Samuel, farmer
Grimley Edward, cooper, F.
Grundy Captain
Harrison Richard, maltster, F.
Lloyd Rev. Dr. head master of the grammar school
Moore Mrs. F.
Moore John, esq. F.
Pratt Thomas, farmer, F.
Stanton Hugh, vict. Red Lion Inn
Taylor Joseph, surgeon
Turmadine Thomas, cooper, F.
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BRETBY, a small village, township and chapelry in the parish of Repton, H. of R. and G.
Lord of the Manor, the Right Hon. The Earl of Chesterfield, Bretby Park.

Abbots Richard, schoolmaster shopkeeper and farmer
Beer ---, gent. house-steward
Bradford John, corn miller
Burton John, farmer and constable
Chamberlayne Rev. John, perpetual curate
Croxall Joseph, park-keeper to the Earl of Chesterfield
Etherington Elizabeth, vict. Stanhope Arms
Falkner Thomas, farmer, Hill Farm
Falkner Thomas, farmer, Bretby
Grooves Edmund, gardener to the Earl of Chesterfield
Hassall Thomas, esq. (Hartshorn) agent to the Earl of Chesterfield
Martin William, architect and builder to the Earl of Chesterfield
Mellor Joseph, farmer, Greysick
Parrimore Francis Allen, bailiff to the Earl of Chesterfield
Pratt John, farmer
Sherwood Mrs. house-keeper to the Earl of Chesterfield
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CALKE, a small village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley.
Lord of the Manor, Sir George Crewe, Bart.

Crewe Sir George, Bart. Calke Abbey
Horton Sarah, corn miller
Matchet John, farmer
Palmer William, vict. Elm Tree
Smith William, esq. Swarkstone Lows and Dishley, agent to Sir George Crewe, Bart.
Wheldon Miss Ann
Whitt Rev. Matthew, curate
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CASTLE GRESLEY, a village and hamlet in the parish of Church Gresley, H. of R. and G.
Lord of the Manor, Sir Roger Gresley, Bart.

Cooper Thomas, farmer
Fletcher Daniel, farmer
Peace William, farmer
Wilson William, farmer
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CATTON, a small village and township in the parish of Croxhall, H. of R. and G.
Lord of the Manor, Robert Wilmot Horton, Esq. M.P.

Booth Charles, farmer
Burton Thomas, farmer
Hamp John, farmer, F.
Hinckley William, farmer
Insley James, farmer, F.
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CAULDWELL, a hamlet in the parish of Stapenhill, H. of R. and G.
Lord of the Manor, John Evans, Esq.

Campion John, farmer
Campion William, farmer
Evans Miss, Cauldwell Hall
Fletcher Peggy, blacksmith
Frear Thomas, farmer, F.
Leedham Thomas, farmer
Moss Thomas, farmer
Pratt Thomas, farmer
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CHELLASTON, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley
Lord of the Manor, the Marquis of Hastings, or Henry Orton, Esq.

Astle Samuel, labourer, F.
Dumelow Thomas, farmer, F.
Dumelow Thomas Brown, gent. farmer, F.
Camp Mrs. shopkeeper, F.
Flamstead Rev. R.D. curate
Foreman Henry, farmer, F.
Foreman William, sen. farmer, F.
Foreman William, jun. farmer, Manor House
Garner Joseph, baker and flour dealer
Glover Robert, farmer
Manfull William, farmer, F.
Meakin Henry, farmer, F.
Morley Richard, labourer, F.
Newton George, farmer, F.
Orton Henry, alabaster or plaster merchant, F.
Platts Joseph, wheelwright
Pym Luke, farmer and shopkeeper, F.
Rose Samuel, brick maker and vict. Gate Inn, F.
Soar William, farmer, F.
Soar Henry, vict. Rose and Crown, F.
Thrutchley Robert, farmer, F.
Warren John, farmer, F.
Wooton George, farmer and plaster merchant, F.
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CHURCH GRESLEY, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley.
Lord of the Manor, Sir Roger Gresley, Bart.

Bloor John, farmer
Brown William, farmer, Gresley Hall
Brown Joseph, shopkeeper
Bourne Joseph, coal master and earthenware manufacturer, F.
Buckley George, farmer, F.
Chapman Robert and John, farmers
Cliff James, pot seller, F.
Cooper Thomas, vict.
Cooper John, earthenware manufacturer, F.
Dewes Court, esq. coal master
Eardley John, earthenware manufacturer, F.
Fletcher Daniel, farmer
Gregory George, gent. (Repton) coal master
Hunt John, farmer and brickmaker, F.
Lloyd, Rev. George, D.D. (Appleby) curate
Lowe Humphrey, blacksmith
Newbold Catherine, shopkeeper
Payne Peter, wheelwright and farmer, F.
Peace Valentine, shoemaker
Robinson Anthony, joiner
Simpson William, earthenware manufacturer, F.
Woodward John, farmer
Woodward Thomas, farmer
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COTON IN THE ELMS, a village and township in the parish of Lullington, H. of R. and G.
Lord of the Manor, the Right Hon. Robert Wilmot Horton, M.P.

Bath John, farmer
Burton Joseph, farmer
Chapman Thomas, farmer
Davis Edward, farmer
Fern Thomas, farmer, F.
Fern Thomas, jun. farmer, F,
Goodall Edward, farmer
Insley William, farmer
Mallaber William, farmer
Smith John, victualler
Whittingham William, farmer, F.
Worthington William, farmer, Coton Hall
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CROXALL, with EDINGHALL, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley
Lord of the Manor, the trustees of the late Thomas Princep, Esq.

Foster Francis, farmer
German John, farmer
Halworthy Rev. ---, vicar
Hatchitt Thomas, farmer, Edinghall
Hollis ---, farmer, Edinghall
Lager John, farmer
Leedham Stephen, farmer
Pyms John, farmer
Simpkin William, farmer
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DERBY HILLS, an extra-parochial place in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley
Lord of the Manor, the Right Hon. Lord Melbourne.

Barton George, farmer
Dexter Richard, farmer
Somerfield George, farmer
Tomlinson David, gent. farmer
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DRAKELOW, a village and township in the parish of Church Gresley, H. of R. and G.
Lord of the Manor, Sir Roger Gresley, Bart. Drakelow Hall, F.

Cartwright John, farmer, F.
Cooper Henry, agent to Sir Roger Gresley, bart.
Garner Thomas, farmer
Hill William, farmer, F.
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EDINGHALL, or EDINGALE, a village in the parish of Croxall, H. of R. and G.

Evans Rev. George
Dewsbury Thomas, shopkeeper
Gadsby John, blacksmith
Moore Richard, vict. Holly Bush
Riley Robert, wheelwright
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FOREMARK, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley
Lord of the Manor, Sir Francis Burdett, Bart. M.P. Foremark Hall, F.

Crabtree Richard, esq. Agent to Sir Francis Burdett, bart.
Pearsall Thomas, gent. farmer
Sleath Rev. Dr. (Repton) minister
Smith William, esq. occupies a large farm
Spor Joseph, farmer
Wass James, farmer
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HARTSHORN, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley.
Lord of the Manor, John Murcot, Esq.

Butteridge William, butcher
Bostock, William, farmer, F.
Carver John, farmer
Carver William, farmer
Evans William, vict. Rodney, and balcksmith
Fletcher John, farmer
Glover John, farmer, Short Hasels
Glover John, corn miller
Hall Thomas, schoolmaster
Hassall Thomas, esq. agent to the Earl of Chesterfield, F.
Hawley Thomas, brickmaker
Insley William, farmer
Insley ---, vict. Red Cow
Lester John, farmer, F.
Mansfield James, maltster
Mansfield Nathaniel, vict. Bull's Head
Orgill Thomas, farmer and vict. F.
Parker John, farmer, F.
Read John, yellow-ware manufacturer
Reeves George, yellow ware manufacturer
Smith, Port, Wood and Co. iron-screw manufacturers
Thompson Joseph, yellow ware manufacturer
Tunnicliffe Rev. Francis, rector
Wilder William, farmer, F.
Worthington Thomas, farmer, F.
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INGLEBY, a village and township in the parish of Foremark, H. of R. and G.
Lord of the Manor, Sir Francis Burdett, Bart. M.P. Foremark Hall.

Browne Edward, gent.
Goadsby William, farmer
Ordish Edward, farmer
Ordish Edward, jun. farmer
Smith William, gent. farmer, Ingleby hall
Wass James, farmer
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KINGS NEWTON, a village and hamlet in the township of Melbourne, H. of R. and G.
Lord of the Manor, the Right Hon. Viscount Melbourne, Melbourne Hall

Banton George, farmer
Briggs John, farmer, F.
Buck Thomas, vict. Sir Francis Burdett
Cantrell Joseph, gent. solicitor, F.
Cartledge William, farmer
Colyer James, farmer, F.
Earp Joseph, farmer
Ince Thomas, vict. F.
Jenny William, esq. Newton Hall
Newbold John, farmer, F.
Nickleson William, maltster, C.
Percival ---, vict. Pack Horse
Scott Joseph, farmer, F.
Taft Thomas, wheelwright, F.
Tomlinson Samuel, farmer, F.
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LINTON, a village and township in the parish of Church Gresley, H. of R. and G.
Lord of the Manor, Sir Roger Gresley, Bart.

Birch John B. Smith, farmer, F.
Broadhusrt George, farmer, F.
Brough Thomas, farmer, F.
Clamp John, vict. F.
Deakin Thomas, farmer
Fletcher James, farmer
Lea John, gent. F.
Rooton Jervis, farmer
Smalley William, shopkeeper
Smith George, sen. farmer
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LULLINGTON, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley
Lord of the Manor, Sir Roger Gresley, Bart. Drakelow Hall.

Collins Rev. Charles Edward, vicar
Cooper Henry, agent to Sir Roger Gresley, bart.
Cox John, farmer, F.
Dalman John, joiner and vict. Gresley's Arms
Dalman Thomas, baker and shopkeeper
Emery Robert, farmer
Gadsby John, vict. Black Horse
Hinds Sarah, draper
Marlow Mary, farmer
Radford William, blacksmith
Robinson Thomas, farmer
Smith Sarah, farmer
Thorp James, baker and shopkeeper
Ward Thomas, farmer
Woolley John, farmer
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MEASHAM, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley
Lord of the Manor, The Marquess of Hastings, F.
Coach, the Dart, to and from Nottingham, runs through this village daily. To Birmingham at twelve o'clock, to Nottingham at half past two.

Abney William Wootton, esq. Measham field, F.
Buckley Rev. Thomas, incumbent
Callis Thomas, grocer
Cooper John, vict. Queen's Head
Dennies Thomas, butcher
Dennies Henry, butcher
Dennies John, vict. Swan, F.
Dumelow William, baker, F.
Farmer Nicholas, shoemaker
Fernehough Thomas, baker
Fisher Thomas, vict. Union Inn and post house
Fisher J. and H. cotton spinners
Foster Edward, gent.
Harding John, saddler, F.
Hastelow Thomas, mercer and tailor
Hutchinson William, shoemaker, F.
Hyson Henry, butcher
Jewsbury Thomas, grocer
Jewsbury John, farmer, F.
Jones Joseph esq. barrister at law, F.
Litherland Edward, blacksmith
Meeson Edward, small-ware manufacturer
Moseley James, shoemaker
Newbold Samuel, tanner
Orton Robert, plumber, glazier and painter
Orton Timothy, plumber, glazier and painter, F.
Perkins John, surgeon
Proudman Mary, shopkeeper
Reason Samuel, farmer
Rotherham William, wheelwright
Rotherham James, blacksmith
Shipley John, grocer
Stanley William, farmer
Stevenson Edward, farmer, F.
Wallis Thomas, farmer, F.
Whitworth John, baker and shopkeeper, F.
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MELBOURN, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley
Lord of the Manor, The Marquess of Hastings' who holds a Court Leet and Court Baron annually.
Post-Office, Receiving House at John Bailey's, Carrier. Letters are conveyed to Derby, by a Post Cart, every morning (except Sunday) and arrive at half past three in the afternoon.
Carriers to Derby, John Bailey, every Friday, a Caravan with passengers and goods leaves Melbourn at eight o'clock. John Ward, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. All these return the same evenings.

Adcock John, corn miller
Adcock Stephen, baker, F.
Bailey John, carrier to Derby
Bakewell William, grocer, &c.
Banton George, farmer
Beard Robert, farmer
Bowman Joseph, gamekeeper, F.
Briers William, vict. Bull's Head
Briggs John, maltster
Brooks Joseph, vict. Roe Buck
Brooks Thomas, farmer
Buck John, vict. White Lion, F.
Buck Thomas, vict. F.
Cartwright William, baker
Chambers William, scythestone maker
Child Richard Beaumont, surgeon
Clemson William, baker, F.
Cluer William, fellmonger
Cope John, nailer, F.
Coxon James, shoemaker
Coxon Francis, shoemaker
Dallman Francis, vict. Melbourne Arms, F.
Dallman Hugh, baker
Dallman Augustine, butcher, F.
Dallman Richard, butcher
Dolman William, grocer and draper
Dolman James, gent. surgeon
Dunnicliffe Thomas, farmer
Dunnicliffe Charles, land surveyor, engraver and steward of the court, F.
Dunnicliffe Sarah, vict. Swan
Dunnicliffe Francis, grocer and ironmonger
Dunnicliffe Thomas, grocer and ironmonger, F.
Dunnicliffe Edward, shoemaker
Earp John, grocer and ironmonger, F.
Earp John, maltster, F.
Earp William, gardener, F.
Earp Edmund, woolstapler
Earp Joseph, baker
Foster Samuel, shoemaker
Fox Henry, esq. agent to the Right Hon. Lord Melbourne
Green John, bookseller and shoemaker
Gutteridge John, draper
Haimes Thomas, gent. F.
Haimes William, esq. F.
Hashard Joseph, farmer
Hatton Elizabeth, grocer and draper
Hatton, John, shoemaker
Haywood John, farmer, F.
Heap John, butcher
Hemsley William, tallow chandler
Hollingworth Thomas, farmer
Hollingworth Richard, plumber and glazier
Holton John, woolstapler and spinner
Hulse William, whitesmith, F.
Kincey Thomas, blacksmith, F.
Lamb Hon. George, M.P. Melbourn hall
Lennard Catherine, grocer and draper
Marples Samuel, stone mason
Mason Thomas, joiner
Mason James, tallow chandler
Mear Joseph, farmer
Middleton Rev. John, vicar
Mills Samuel, hosier and worsted manufacturer, F.
Muggleston Thomas, plumber and glazier
Newton John, baker, F.
Niclinson William, maltster
Peat John, butcher
Peat George, saddler
Peat William,corn miller, F.
Peat John, bricklayer
Pegg William, baker
Pegg John, wood turner and chair maker
Pegg Timothy, framesmith, F.
Ridgeway Edward, vict. Marquess of Hastings' Arms
Robinson Thomas, farmer
Sharp John, national school
Shepherd Samuel, blacksmith
Silvester Joseph, gunsmith
Sims George, farmer
Snape John, joiner
Stain Edward, butcher, F.
Sutton Thomas, butcher
Taft Joseph, farmer
Tagg Joseph, schoolmaster
Timms Thomas, wine and spirit merchant, F.
Tomlinson John, farmer, F.
Warren William, maltster
Warren Ann, vict. New Inn
Weldon John, dyer
Young William, painter
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MILTON, a village and hamlet in the parish of Repton, H. of R. and G.
Lord of the Manor, Sir Francis Burdett, Bart. M.P., F.

Bradford ---, shopkeeper
Davis John, farmer
Orchard William, farmer
Shorthouse Thomas, wheelwright
Somers Thomas, gent. corn miller, F.
Swift Mrs. ladies' boarding school
Wayte Thomas, farmer
Wayte Henry, farmer
Wayte Mrs. Clarke
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