Gloverís Directory 1827-29 - N to Z

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

Transcript of parishes in the Repton & Gresley Hundred
Part 2 (N to Z)  
Newhall  Newton Solney  Normanton  Oakthorpe & Donisthorpe  Osmaston  Packington  Ravenstone  Repton  Rosliston  Smisby  Stanton-by-Bridge  Stanton & Newhall  Stapenhill  Stretton-en-le-Field  Swadlincote  Swarkeston  Ticknall  Walton-upon-Trent  Willesley  Winshill    Part 1 (A to M)
Surname Index     Part 1 (A to M)   Part 2 (N to Z)

NEWHALL, a village in the township of Stanton and parish of Stapenhill, H. of R. and G.
Lord of the Manor, The Right Hon. The Earl of Chesterfield

Abbott William, farmer
Brealey Daniel, farmer
Brealey Thomas, farmer
Brealey William, joiner
Brealey John, shopkeeper
Bridges Robert, blacksmith
Duckhouse Charles, baker and shopkeeper
Elvistone William, corn miller
Harby William, vict. Jolly Colliers
Neville Richard, farmer
Orme Mrs. Mary
Parker Thomas, farmer
Parker Robert, farmer
Sevall Stephen, shoemaker
Smedley John, coal master, brick maker and vict. Chesterfield Arms
Staley Joseph, joiner
Staley John, farmer
Twigge Francis, farmer
Warren Ann, farmer
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NEWTON SOLNEY, a village, township and parochial chapelry in the parish of Repton, H. of R. and G.
Lord of the Manor, Sir Henry Every, Bart. Egginton Hall, F.

Brown James, butcher
Chaplain Robert, esq. architect
Dickens Thomas, farmer
Dickens William, farmer
Dickens John, shopkeeper
Eaton William, vict. Unicorn
Eyre James, wheelwright
Eyre William, shoemaker and shopkeeper
Greatorex Thomas, professor of music
Hare Rev. John, incumbent
Hazard Nathaniel, shoemaker
Higgott Thomas, farmer, F.
Holmes William, farmer
Hopkins William, brickmaker
Hoskins Abraham, esq. F.
Lees John, gent.
Morley William, farmer
Payne Peter, farmer
Smedley Elizabeth, blacksmith
Wayte William, farmer
Webster Richard, farmer
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NORMANTON, a village, township and parochial chapelry in the parish of St. Peter, Derby, and Hundred of Repton and Gresley
Lord of the Manor, The Marquess of Hastings

Bancroft William, farmer, F.
Barnes Joseph, farmer
Becket Rayner, farmer, F.
Bligh Rev. James, curate
Edge Benjamin, farmer, F.
Goodall John, esq. F.
Hunt William, wheelwright
Lane Henry, cowkeeper, F.
Lane William, gent. F.
Payne Joseph, farmer, F.
Peach William, farmer
Radford John, farmer, F.
Radford William, shopkeeper
Stevenson Thomas, farmer
Ward Rev. Richard, incumbent
Wilson James, farmer, F.
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OAKTHORPE and DONISTHORPE, a village and hamlet in the parish of Church Gresley, H. of R. and G.
Lord of the Manor, Sir Roger Gresley, Baronet, Drakelow Hall, F.

Bates William, sen. farmer
Bates William, jun. farmer
Hutchinson Daniel, shoemaker, F.
Merriman William, farmer, F.
Pickering John, farmer and cattle dealer, F.
Simnitt George, maltster, F.
Smith John, farmer
Wallis Thomas, farmer
Ward Joseph, farmer and vict.
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OSMASTON, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley
Lord of the Manor, Sir Robert Wilmot, Bart. F.

Bowmer Joshua and Joseph, farmers
Fox Samuel, esq. Osmaston hall, F.
French Rev. Robert, incumbent
Gillman John, farmer
Hough John, farmer
Parker Joseph, farmer
Richardson Thomas, bookseller, F.
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PACKINGTON, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley. This village stands partly in Leicestershire
Lord of the Manor, Sir Charles Abney Hastings, Bart. Willesley Hall, F.

Clarke Joseph, sen. farmer, F.
Garner Hastings, farmer
Grundy Richard, farmer
Harrison Richard, farmer
Hassal Joseph, gent. farmer
Newton Henry, farmer
Slater Samuel, farmer
Potter Thomas, farmer
Pratt Rev. ---, vicar
Rice Joseph, farmer
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RAVENSTONE, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley. Part of this village stands in Leicestershire.
Lord of the Manor, Leonard Fosbrooke, Esq. Ravenstone Hall, F.

Bradshaw John, farmer
Creswell Robert Green, gent. F.
Creswell ---, gent. F.
Freeman William, corn miller
Hunt John, maltster
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REPTON, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley
Lord of the Manor, Sir George Crewe, Bart. Calke Abbey, F.
The Priory Manor within the Manor of Repton, is the property of Sir Francis Burdet, Bart. M.P.
Fair. A statute fair is held at Michaelmas for hiring servants.
A Foot Post goes to Derby and Burton every morning, and returns in the evening.

Baker William, basket maker
Bamford Peter, black and whitesmith
Bradbury Joseph, maltster and vict. Mitre Inn
Bradford George, baker
Brown and Son, wood turner
Brown John, shopkeeper
Bryan John, farmer
Bull Richard, wheelwright
Bull William, farmer
Cope John, lime burner, F.
Dawson William, farmer
Draper Henry, farmer
Eaton John, farmer
Eaton Francis, blacksmith
Feaks Robert, blacksmith
Gilbert Captain Robert
Gilbert George, farmer
Goodall Thomas, farmer
Greaves Charles, carrier and letter carrier to Burton
Gregory George, gent. head writing master of the free grammar school, F.
Hare Rev. John
Hardy William, shopkeeper
Hibbert William, farmer
Holbrook Francis, jun. tanner
Hutchinson George, surgeon
Jackson Thomas, corn miller
Jackson John, baker
Marples Matthew, farmer, F.
Marples Matthew, butcher and vict. Bull's Head
Matthews William, farmer, Loscoe
Meakin Charles, basket maker
Meakin Peter, vict. Star
Meakin William, farmer
Marbrow Richard, farmer, F.
Marbrow John, butcher
Marshall John, letter carrier and carrier to Burton
Measham George, farmer, F.
Morley Robert, shoemaker
Muggliston George, plumber and glazier, F.
Muggliston James, plumber and glazier
Muggliston Mary, confectioner
Newstead William, clock and watchmaker
Orchard William, farmer
Ordish James, shopkeeper
Parker Benjamin, brazier and tinman
Parker Joseph, butcher
Pattison Rev. John
Peach Thomas, wheelwright
Perry John, farmer
Ratcliffe Ann, shoemaker
Reece Reece, basketmaker
Robinson Martha, shopkeeper
Sarson John, tailor
Sleath Rev. William Boultbee, D.D. S.T.P.
Smith Thomas, grocer, draper and hatter, F.
Smith James, architect and builder, F.
Smith John Tetley, farmer, F.
Smithard William, sen. collar maker
Smithard William, jun. saddler
Somers Thomas, corn miller, F.
Somers Richard, maltster and vict. Boot Inn, F.
Tabberer Benjamin, surgeon
Thorpe Henry, butcher
Thorpe Henry, farmer
Thorpe Thomas, butcher, F.
Tonks Stringer, basket maker
Ward John Clarke, malster and seedsman, F.
Ward John Woodhouse, maltster
Ward John and Samuel, malsters
Ward Francis, basket maker
Wayte Henry, farmer, F.
Whetton Thomas, blacksmith
Whitt Rev. Matthew
Wood William, farmer
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ROSLISTON, a village, township and parochial chapelry in the parish of Walton-upon-Trent, H. of R. and G.
Lord of the Manor, Robert Wilmot Horton, Esq. M.P. Francis Hamp, Esq. and other Freeholders

Benfield William, farmer, F.
Campion William, maltster
Clarke Joseph, tailor
Cox Thomas, farmer
Durant Abraham, vict. Plough
Durant Charles, wheelwright
Durant Thomas, wheelwright and parish clerk
Durant Francis, shoemaker
Hamp Francis, esq. F.
Hardy Sarah, baker
Leedham William, farmer
Pratt Elizabeth, farmer
Reasin Mary, shopkeeper
Shaw Joseph, cooper, wheelwright, timber dealer and vict. Bull's Head
Whatton Samuel, wheelwright
Whittingham Thomas, farmer
Worthington Henry, farmer, F.
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SMISBY, or SMITHSBY, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley.
Lord of the Manor, Sir George Crewe, Bart. of Calke Abbey.

Astley Charles, shopkeeper
Astley Joseph, shoemaker
Bailey William, corn miller, baker and butcher
Cockram Walter Joseph, vict. Three Tuns
Cooper Moses, tailor
Hassall Thomas, esq. Smisby hall
Hopkins Lydia, vict. Nelson
Keen William, farmer
Orgill Thomas, maltster
Orton Thomas, farmer
Page Benjamin, farmer, F.
Peat Henry, butcher
Stansby William, farmer
Woodward Francis, sheriff's officer and auctioneer
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STANTON-BY-BRIDGE, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley
Lord of the Manor, Sir George Crewe, Bart. Calke Abbey.

Crewe Rev. Henry R. rector
Draper Thomas, farmer
Hawksworth Thomas, farmer
Ratcliffe William, farmer
Ratcliffe Joseph, farmer
Roberts John, farmer
Roulston Joseph, farmer
Sims John, farmer
Ward Robert, vict. Dog and Duck
Ward Thomas, gardener and parish clerk
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STANTON and NEWHALL, a village and township in the H. of R. and G.
Lord of the Manor, The Right Hon. the Earl of Chesterfield

Abbott William, farmer, F.
Brealey Daniel, farmer, F.
Brealey Elias, farmer, F.
Cole William, farmer, F.
Dolman John, joiner
Elverson William, farmer
Harvey William, farmer, F.
Morris John, vict.
Nadin Humphrey, gent.
Nevill Richard, farmer
Orme Mrs. farmer
Orgill Joseph, vict.
Perks Charles, farmer
Staley John, farmer
Whittingham Thomas, farmer
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STAPENHILL, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley.
Lord of the Manor, The Most Noble the Marquess of Anglesea

Adams James, shoemaker
Allsop Thomas, gent. F.
Bailey Mrs. Clara, ladies' boarding school, Burton mills
Bodill William, farmer
Britton Samuel, shopkeeper
Brown William, tailor
Clay Rev. Joseph, curate
Daniel William, cheesefactor
Devoex Rev. Charles, vicar
Errington Mrs. vict. Chesterfield Arms
Fletcher Thomas, tailor
Gaunt Sarah, vict. Royal Oak, Burton mills
Granger Matthew, maltster and vict. Punch Bowl
Hargrave Thomas, wheelwright
Hopkin Daniel, farmer
Mansfield William, shopkeeper
Mansfield Joseph, tailor
Milward William, farmer
Morris Joseph, butcher
Peel, John and Robert, cotton spinners, Burton mills
Sanders Sarah, wheelwright
Sims Mrs. Ferry Boat House
Walters George, maltster and blacksmith, F.
Warren Joseph, baker
Warren William, farmer, F.
Warren Charles, butcher, F.
Watson William, farmer, F.
Watson John, farmer
Watson Mary, vict. Barley Mow
White George, blacksmith
White Thomas, shoemaker
Wilson Joseph, corn miller, Burton mills
Withnal William, farmer, Brislingcote hall
Wood Charles, grocer
Wood Francis, farmer
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STRETTON-IN-THE-FIELDS, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley
Lord of the Manor, Sir William Cave Browne, Bart. F.

Bates, William, farmer
Browne Thomas Cave, esq.
Browne Rev. John Cave, rector
Goode Thomas, gent. farmer
Guest Joseph, farmer
Heafield Ann, shopkeeper
Newbold William, joiner
Patrick James, blacksmith
Smith Timothy, farmer
Stevenson Thomas, corn miller
Wright John, farmer
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SWADLINCOTE, a village and hamlet in the parish of Church Gresley, H. of R. and G.
Lord of the Manor, Court D'Ewes, Esq. Coal master, F.

Bailey and Shakespeare, brick makers and coal masters
Bailey Willis, farmer
Bodin Samuel, shopkeeper
Brown John, gent. farmer, F.
Bucknall Thomas, vict. Jolly Colliers
Bucknall Samuel, farmer, F.
Bullivant Charles Fletcher, esq. coal master
Gretton William, tailor
Hackney Joseph, shopkeeper
Harrison Henry, farmer, F.
Orgill Thomas, baker, F.
Robinson Robert, yellow ware manufacturer
Sharp Thomas, yellow-ware manufacturer
Smedley Richard, grocer, draper and druggist
Swindell William, vict. Jolly Potters.
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SWARKESTON, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley
Lord of the Manor, Sir George Crewe, Bart. Calke Abbey

Antill Francis, farmer
Bentley John, blacksmith
Coxon James, shoemaker
Crewe Rev. Henry R. rector
Fisher Ann, farmer
Harrison William, shopkeeper
Henshaw John, farmer
Higgon Samuel, vict. Crewe and Harpur Arms
Holden Ann, vict. Gate Inn
Massey Sampson, farmer, F.
Ordish John, farmer
Sims Thomas, farmer
Smith William, esq. (a celebrated breeder of rams) Agent to Sir George Crewe, bart. Farms, Swarkstone-Lows, Foremark park and Dishley
Snow Joseph, joiner
Tomlinson Rev. William, curate
Watson Ann, wheelwright
Wheatley William, shoemaker
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TICKNALL, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley
Lord of the Manor, Sir George Crewe, Bart. Calke Abbey

Bott Samuel, grocer and draper, F.
Boughton Edward, farmer
Brookes John, tailor
Bryan Nathaniel, tailor
Cartledge John, blacksmith
Cheatle John, worsted manufacturer
Cope John, maltster, lime-burner, &c.
Cope Thomas, gent.
Dicken Edward, wheelwright
Gee William, showmaker
Hardy John, vict. Royal Oak
Hide Joseph, manufacturer of brown earthenware
Hide Henry, butcher
Hollis Ralph, grocer and draper
Hutchinson John, lime-burner, F.
Hutchinson Gilbert, lime-burner, maltster and vict. Wheel
Martin John, blacksmith
Matchett John, tailor
Minnion Henry, blacksmith
Nickleson Richard, baker and shopkeeper, F.
Peech Charles, tailor
Powell James, baker
Ratcliffe Thomas, shoemaker
Richardson Richard, baker, F.
Richardson Thomas, farmer
Richdale William, butcher
Richdale John, farmer
Robinson John, gent.
Rollins, Ann, baker and vict. Chequers
Rose Thomas, farmer
Sale Thomas, butcher, F.
Shaw Thomas, wheelwright
Shaw John, butcher
Sheavin Richard, farmer
Sheffield George, jun. surgeon
Sheffield Thomas, veterinary surgeon
Smith Francis, shoemaker
Tomkins Ann, shoolmistress
Toplis James, schoolmaster
Whitt Rev. Matthew, incumbent
Woodward William, maltster
Wragg John, wheelwright
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WALTON-UPON-TRENT, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley
Lord of the Manor, The Most Noble the Marquess of Townshend.

Blick Rev. Francis, rector
Blick Rev. Edward, curate
Chawner John, farmer
Cooper Frederick Leigh, gent.
Cox John, bricklayer
Draper John, sen. shoemaker
Draper John, jun. shoemaker
Durant John, joiner and carpenter
Edwards James, farmer
Harding John, farmer
Heath Rupert, blacksmith
Hollier Walter, farmer
Holmes and Roberts, butchers
Kennedy Hon. Robert, Walton hall, F.
Killingly John, saddler, F.
Newbold William, farmer, F.
Nichols William, wheelwright
Page Mary, shopkeeper
Plackett John, boys' day school
Price Valentine, farmer
Roberts John, baker
Roberts William, shopkeeper
Shotten William, tailor
Smith Samuel, clock and watch maker
Tunnicliffe Joseph, shopkeeper
Ward William, farmer
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WILLESLEY, a village, township and parish in the Hundred of Repton and Gresley
Lady of the Manor, Lady Hastings

Clarke Joseph, farmer
Cooper John, vict. Bricklayers' Arms
Granger Thomas, farmer
Ingle John, farmer
Oakley James, farmer
Prior Rev. John, rector
Roberts John, gent. agent to lady Hastings.
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WINSHILL, a village and township in the parish of Burton-upon-Trent, H. of R. and G.
Lord of the Manor, The Most Noble the Marquess of Anglesea, Beaudesert, F.

Fitchitt William, farmer
Hanson John, farmer, F.
Hardy Richard, farmer
Moore Daniel, farmer
Radford James, farmer
Taylor Thomas, farmer
Wilson Joseph, sen. farmer
Wilson Joseph, jun. farmer
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