Hartshorne - Trade Directory Listings
Hartshorne
Trade Directory Listings

Glover 1829  Pigot 1835  Bagshaw 1846  Lewis 1848  Slater 1850  White 1857  Harrison 1860  Wright 1874  Kelly 1881  Kelly 1887  Kelly 1895  Bulmer 1895  Kelly 1912  Kelly 1932 

Glover's Directory of the County of Derbyshire, 1829
Lord of the Manor, John Murcot, Esq.
Batteridge William, butcher
Bostock William, farmer, F.
Carver John, farmer
Carver William, farmer
Evans William, vict. Rodney, and blacksmith
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 & 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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Pigot and Co.'s National Commercial Directory of Derbyshire, 1835
GENTRY & CLERGY
Buckley Rev. Henry William
Hassell Thomas, esq.
Worthington Thos. esq.

ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS
GIRLS' SCHOOL
Hall Thomas

AGENT
Hassall Thomas (to the Earl of Chesterfield)

ARCHITECT AND SURVEYOR
Stevens Henry Isaac

BAKERS AND FLOUR DEALERS
Archer Joseph
Mansfield Nathaniel
Mansfield Thomas

BLACKSMITHS
Evans James

BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS
Robinson Samuel
Shaw William
Wallick John

BREWERS
Brunt & Co. Hartshorn brewery

BRICKLAYERS
Mansfield William

BUTCHERS
Bailey William
Betteridge William
Dakin Samuel

CARPENTER AND JOINER
Yardley Thomas

GARDENER & SEEDSMAN
Harvey Isaac

GROCERS AND DRUGGISTS
Archer Joseph
Kendrick Ths. (druggist)

IRONSTONE AND COARSE EARTHENWARE MANUFCR.
Thompson Joseph

LINEN & WOOLLEN DRAPER
Archer Joseph

MALTSTERS
Mansfield James
Mansfield Thomas

MILLER
Glover William

SHOPKEEPERS & DEALRS IN GROCERIES & SUNDRIES
Dawson Sarah
Mansfield Nathaniel
Smith Mary
Wallis John

SURVEYOR
Stevens Henry Isaac

TAILORS
Archer Jos. (& draper)
Nichols Joseph

TAVERNS & PUBLIC HOUSES
Bull's Head, Nathaniel Mansfield
Chesterfield Arms, William Mansfield
Red Cow, Thomas Insley
Rodney, William Evans

WHEELWRIGHT
Orme James

MISCELLANEOUS
Carver Jas. farmer & grazier
Gothridge Thomas, coal dealer
Mansfield Thos. parish clerk
Parker John, farmer & grazier
Toon Joseph, linen & cotton manufactr.
Watts James, farmer & grazier
Wood, Smith & Port, wood-screw manufacturers
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History, Gazetteer and Directory of Derbyshire, by Samuel Bagshaw, 1846
Aminson Matthew, gentleman
Buckley Rev. Wm. Henry, Rectory
Carver John, bookkeeper
Dimmock Mr William
Gardener Thomas, corn miller, Edge field
Glover Mary, corn miller
Hall Thomas, schoolmaster
Hassall Thos. gentleman, The Manor house
Jaques Mrs Martha, Edge field
Lawton Elizabeth, schoolmistress
Morris Thomas, cabinet and chair maker
Orme James, wheelwright
Parker John, gentleman
Parker Martha, school
Toon Joseph, linen weaver
Worthington Thomas, Esq., Nether hall
Yardley Thomas, joiner and builder

INNS AND TAVERNS
Bullís Head, John Smithard
Chesterfield Arms, Elizabeth Mansfield
Red Cow, William Betteridge
Rodney, William Evans

BEERHOUSES
Haynes Thomas

BLACKSMITHS
Evans James
Hudson Thos. Edgefield
Smith Daniel

BOOT & SHOEMAKERS
Fletcher William
Robinson Samuel
Smithard John
Wallis John

BRICKLAYERS
Haynes John
Haynes William

BUTCHERS
Betteridge William
Betteridge Wm. Jun.
Dakin Samuel

FARMERS
Bostock Jno. Broomy Furlong
Brown Thomas
Carver James, Hall
Dakin Samuel
Falkner Wm. Coppice
Falkner Hy. Coppice
Glover Elias, Shorthzl
Glover Jas. Stonehouse
Glover Jn. Shorthazls
Glover Mary
Hackett Robert
Lowe Wm. Buildings
Gotheridge Thomas
Mansfield Thomas
Sarjeant Wm. Henwood farm
Watson Jn. Hoofhay

GARDENERS
Cooke Thomas
Harvey Isaac, & seedsmn

MALTSTERS
Mansfield Thomas

SHOPKEEPERS
Archer Joph. & baker
Harvey Samuel

TAILORS
Archer Jph. & draper
Nicholas Joseph

CARRIER
John Fletcher, to Burton, Thrsdy. Derby Friday, Ashby, Sat.
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Slater's Directory of Derbyshire, 1850
NOBILITY, GENTRY, AND CLERGY
Brown Miss Jane
Buckley Rev. Wm. Henry
Hassall Mrs. -
Worthington Mrs. -

NATIONAL SCHOOL, William Thomas, master ; Ann Hatton, mistress

BAKERS & FLOUR DEALERS
Holmes William
Orme William

BLACKSMITH
Pickering Henry

BOOT & SHOE MAKERS
Dicken Vincent
Fletcher William
Gee George
Robinson William
Smithard John
Wallis John

BRICKLAYERS
Haynes John
Haynes Thomas

BUTCHERS
Betteridge William
Dakin Samuel
Harvey William

CARPENTERS & JOINERS
Holloway George
Yardley Thos. (& builder)

GARDENERS & SEEDSMEN
Cook Thomas
Harvey Isaac

GROCER & DRUGGIST
Orme William

LINEN & WOOLLEN DRAPERS
Orme William
Walker & Manners (& Newhall)

MALTSTER
Mansfield Thomas

MILLER
Glover Mary

SADDLER & HARNESS MAKER
Smithard William

SHOPKEEPERS & DEALERS IN GROCERIES & SUNDRIES
Harvey Samuel
Holmes William

TAILOR
Nicholls Joseph

TAVERNS & PUBLIC HOUSES
Bull's Head, William Smithard
Chesterfield Arms, Elizabeth Mansfield
Rodney, William Evans

RETAILERS OF BEER
Haynes Thomas

WHEELWRIGHT
Orme James

MISCELLANEOUS
Morris Thomas, wood turner and chair maker

CARRIERS
To ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCH, Thomas Cox

Saint Stephen's (sic) Church, Hartshorn - Rev. William Henry Buckley, rector
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
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Directory of Derbyshire, by F. White & Co., 1857
Betteridge William, carter
Buckley Rev. Henry Wm., M.A., Rectory
Cooke Francis, gardener
Cooke Stephen, schoolmaster
Dimmock Mr. William
Fish Saml., builder
Fletcher William, joiner
Fletcher William, foot postman
Harvey Isaac, gardener
Haynes William, bricklayer
Kendrick Thomas, gent
Mansfield Nathaniel, farm bailiff, Hoof hay
Moore Wm., rate collector
Morris Thomas, chairmaker
Pickering Edward, wheelwright
Pickering Henry, blacksmith
Toon Joseph, linen weaver
Worthington Mrs. Ann, Nether hall

INNS AND TAVERNS
Bull's Head, Thomas Haynes
Chesterfield Arms, Wm. Mansfield
Rodney, William Evans

BOOT & SHOEMAKERS
Blood John
Gee George
Robinson George
Smithard John
Wallis John

FARMERS
Betteridge George
Brown Thomas
Carver James, Hall
Dakin S., (& butcher)
Faulkner Hy., Coppice
Glover Elias, Shorthazle
Glover Mary (& miller)
Gotheridge Thos.
Hassall Jno. Edwards ; h. Smisby House
Lowe William, the Buildings
Mansfield Thos. (and maltster)
Mellor Joseph
Redfern Hy., Wood Farm
Smith Edmd. Francis, Manor House
Storer William
Worstall Saml., Stone House

SHOPKEEPERS
Harvey Samuel (and saw mills)
Holmes William (and baker, & parish clrk)
Orme Wm. (& baker)

TAILORS
Mansfield William
Nichols Joseph

CARRIER
Job Glover, to Burton, Thurs. ; Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Sat. ; and Derby, Tues. & Fri.
see also Woodville Listing
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Harrison, Harrod, and Co.'s Directory  and Gazetteer of Derbyshire, 1860
GENTRY, &c.
Biddolph, Frederick Thomas, Esq., Manor House
Buckley, Rev. Henry William, M.A., rectory
Dimmock, William
Kendrick, Thomas
Worthington, Mrs. Ann, Nether Hall

TRADERS, &c.
Betteridge, William, carter
Blood, John, boot and shoe maker
Brown, Thomas, farmer
Carver, James, farmer
Cooke, Stephen, schoolmaster
Dakin, S., farmer and butcher
Evans, William, (Rodney)
Faulkner, Henry, farmer
Fish, Samuel, builder and farmer
Fletcher, William, joiner
Gee, George, boot and shoe maker
Glover, Elias, farmer, Shorthazel
Glover, Mary, farmer and miller
Gotheridge, Thomas, farmer
Harvey, Isaac, gardener
Harvey, Samuel, shopkeeper and saw mills
Haynes, William, bricklayer
Holmes, William, shopkeeper and baker
Lowe, William, farmer
Mansfield, Nathaniel, gardener
Mansfield, Thomas, farmer and maltster
Mansfield, William, Chesterfield Arms
Mellor, Joseph, farmer
Moore, William, rate collector
Morley, Robert, Bull's Head, and brick maker
Morris, Thomas, chair maker
Nichols, Joseph, tailor
Orme, William, draper and grocer
Pickering, Edward, wheelwright
Pickering, Henry, blacksmith
Redfern, Henry, farmer
Robinson, George, boot and shoe maker
Smithard, John, boot and shoe maker
Storer, William, farmer
Wallis, John, boot and shoe maker
Worstall, Samuel, farmer, Stone House

CARRIER
James Pointon, to Burton, Thursday ; Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Saturday ; and Derby, Tuesday and Friday.
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C.N. Wright's Directory of South Derbyshire, October 1874
Aldridge Mr. Ths.
Bladon Jno. tailor
Betterton Hy. Inman, of Brunt, Bucknall, Ratcliff, & B
Brunt, Bucknall, Ratcliff, and Betterton, brewers
Brunt Chs. of B. Bucknall, Ratcliff, and Betterton, h. Midway
Buckley Rev. Hy. Wm. M.A. rectory
Bucknall Ths. of Brunt, B. Ratcliff, and Betterton, h. Woodville
Burrows Wm. wheelwright
Cooke Jno. mstr. of endowed school
Dakin Arthur, butcher
Eastwood Rev. Jno. Edn. curate
Fish Sml. joiner, builder, wheelwrt, and farmer
Hallam Mr. Jno.
Hart Ths. cottgr
Higgins Saml. registr. of births and deaths
Hitchcock Chs. grn. grocer, Boundary
Hudson Wm. miller
Kendrick Mrs. Ann
Mansfield Ths. maltster
Mansfield Wm. tailor
Pickering Hy. blacksmith
Smith Geo. pntr
Woodward Miss Annie

PUBLICANS
Dawson Mrs. Jn. v. Bull's head
Holloway Wm. bhs. New inn
Holmes Jno. butcher and v. Rodney
Mansfield Mrs. Mary, v. Chesterfield Arms

BOOTMAKERS
Fletcher Wm.
Robinson Geo.
Smithard Jno.
Wallis Jno.

DRESS MAKERS
Fletcher Miss My. Ann
Gee Miss Agnes
Smithard Miss Ann

FARMERS
* are landowners
Betteridge Mrs. Elzh.
*Biddulph Lister
Carver Geo.
Dakin Wm.
Evans Wm.
Fish Saml. and joiner
Fletcher Wm.
Glover Elias
Gotheridge Mrs. Ann
Harrison Dvd.
Hudson Wm. and miller
Lowe Wm. and Ths.
Marshall Ths.
Mellor Jno.
Morley Mrs. Mary, and brick and pipe mfr.
Startin Jno.
Warrington Hy.
Worstall Sml.

GROCER AND SHOPKRS.
Harvey Sml.
Holmes Wm. and bkr.
Orme Wm. and bkr.
Nichols Ths.

CARRIER
Betteridge G. to Derby, Tu. and Fr. Burton and Ashby, Th.
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Kelly's Directory of Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire & Rutland, and Derbyshire, 1881
Buckley Rev. Henry Wm. M.A. Rectory
Eastwood Rev. John Edwin [curate]
Hallam John
Wood Thomas

COMMERCIAL
Betteridge Elizabeth (Mrs.), farmer
Betteridge George, carrier
Broomy Edward, farmer
Carver George, farmer
Dakin Arthur & Wm. butchers & farmers
Dawson Jane (Mrs.), Bull's Head
Field Michael, farmer
Fish Samuel, carpenter & builder
Fitchett Thomas, farmer
Fletcher George, gardener
Fletcher William, farmer
Gotheridge Ann (Mrs.), farmer
Harrison David, farmer
Harvey Samuel, shopkeeper
Holmes William, shopkeeper
Hudson John, farmer
Hudson William, miller
Lowe William, farmer, Buildings farm
Mansfield Mary (Mrs.), Chesterfield Arms
Mansfield Thomas, maltster
Mansfield William, tailor
Mellor John, farmer, Coppice cottage
Morley Jane (Mrs.), farmer & brickmaker
Orme Wm. grocer & draper, & agent for W. & A. Gilbey, wine & spirit merchts.
Pickering Henry, blacksmith
Smith Edward, beer retailer
Smith John, farmer
Staley Richard, earthenware manufacturer & farmer, Midway
Staley Levi, Mason's Arms, Midway
Startin James, farmer
Wallis John, shoe maker
Warrington Henry, sen. farmer
Warrington Henry, jun. farmer
Wilson John, Admiral Rodney
Worstell Samuel, farmer, Stonehouse frm.
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Kelly's Directory of Derbyshire, 1887
Buckley Rev. Henry Wm. M.A. Rectory
Murray Rev. Alexander William Oliphant M.A. [curate]
Green Thomas Goodwin

COMMERCIAL
Armson Samuel, beer retailer
Alsibrook William, farmer
Betteridge Elizabeth (Mrs.), farmer
Carver George, farmer
Dakin Arthur & Wm. butchers and farmers
Dawson William, Bull's Head P.H.
Field Michael, farmer
Fish Samuel, carpenter & builder
Fish Samuel Thos. carpenter & builder
Fletcher James, gardener
Fletcher William, farmer
Gotheridge William, farmer
Harrison David, farmer
Harvey Samuel, shopkeeper
Hudson William, miller (water)
Lowe Mrs. farmer, Buildings farm
Loyde John, farmer
Mansfield Mary (Mrs.), Chesterfield Arms P.H.
Mansfield Thomas, maltster
Mansfield William, tailor
Mellor John, farmer, Coppice cottage
Morley Jane (Mrs.), farmer
Orme Wm. grocer & draper, & agent for W. & A. Gilbey, wine & spirit merchnts
Pickering Henry, blacksmith
Sabin Michl. Masons' Arms P.H. Midway
Staley John, farmer, Midway
Startin James, farmer
Villiers William Holmes, baker & grocer
Wallis John, shoe maker
Warrington Henry, sen. farmer
Wilson Ellen (Mrs.), Admiral Rodney P.H.
Worstell Samuel, farmer & bailiff for Short Hazel, Stonehouse farm
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Kelly's Directory of Derbyshire, 1895
Beaumont Rev. William Edwin M.A. Rectory
Green Thomas Goodwin, Nether hall
Staley Robert Churchill, Midway

COMMERCIAL
Alsibrook William, farmer
Bailey John, cowkeeper, Heath
Beteridge George, carrier & farmer
Blood William, farmer, Gorsley farm
Cartlidge John, police constable
Carver George, farmer, Hall farm
Coxon Charles, butcher, Midway
Dakin Arthur, butcher & farmer
Dawson George Bagnall, bricklayer, Gorsley mount
Dawson William, Bull's Head inn, & builder &c
Field Michael, farmer
Fletcher Jas. gardener & beer retailer
Fish Sam Thomas, carpenter, builder, wheelwright & blacksmith & farmer ; & at Ashby-de-la-Zouch
Fletcher William, farmer
Gotheridge William, farmer
Gough Benj. Chesterfield Arms P.H.
Hall George, farmer
Harrison David, farmer
Harvey Samuel, shopkeeper
Hodson Joseph, farmer, Stonehouse fm
Holmes John, farmer
Howson John, farmer
Hudson William, miller (water)
King John, farmer
Lowe Henry, farmer, Buildings farm
Lush George, boot maker
Mansfield William, tailor
Mellor John, farmer & rate collector, Coppice cottage
Oldfield James, police supt. Police stn
Orme James, grocer & draper, & agent for W. & A. Gilbey Lim. wine & spirit merchants
Osborne John, farmer
Parker Amos, cowkeeper
Peace William. farmer
Shaw Alfred, farmer
Stacey Hy. Masons' Arms P.H. Midway
Staley Bros. & Co. sanitary earthenware manufacturers, Midway
Staley Emma (Mrs.), grocer &c. Midway
Startin James, farmer
Sutherns Arthur Henry, shopkeeper
Villiers William Holmes, baker & grcr
Wallis John, shoe maker
Warren James, beer retailer
Warren Levi, grocer & beer retailer
Wilson Ellen (Mrs.), Admiral Rodney P.H.
Worstell Thos. farmer, Short Hazel
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T. Bulmer & Co. History, Topography and Directory of Derbyshire, 1895
Post Office, Hartshorne:  Miss R. FLETCHER is sub-postmistress.  Letters from Burton-on-Trent, by foot messenger from Woodville, arrive at 7 am, and are despatched at 6.15 pm.  Sunday despatch, 9.10 pm.  Nearest Money order and Telegraph Office, Woodville (one mile).
Alphabetical Directory
- BALL, William, lodgings
- BEAUMONT, Rev William Edwin, MA, Rector, Hartshorn Rectory
- CARTLIDGE, John, policeman, Woodville Road
- COOK, Mr Stephen, The Cottage
- COX, George, carter
- COX, John, carter, Cavan Cottage
- DAWSON, Mrs Jane
- DAWSON, William, bricklayer
- DOLMAN, Ernest, seedsman and florist
- FISH, Mrs Elizabeth, Holly Tree Cottage
- FISH, Sam Thomas, builder, blacksmith, wheelwright, and saw mills proprietor
- FLETCHER, Henry James, joiner and beer retailer
- FLETCHER, Miss Rosa, smallware dealer, Post Office
- FLETCHER, William, shoemaker, Post Office
- GREEN, Thomas Goodwin, Esq, Nether Hall
- HART, mrs Mary, Hartshorne Heath
- Hartshorne Conservative Association:  A. ROULSTONE, secretary
- HARVEY, Samuel, coal dealer, Pool
- LUNN, Mrs Mary
- MANSFIELD, Mrs Ann, The Old Manor House
- MANSFIELD, William, tailor
- MELLOR, John, rate collector, Coppice House
- NICHOLLS, Thomas, woodturner
- ORME, William & Sons, bakers, grocers, &c
- ORME, William James (William Orme & Sons);  home, Hartshorne
- POTTER, Miss E.J., schoolmistress
- ROULSTONE, Albert, schoolmaster
- SMITHARD, Henry, gardener
- SUTHERNS, Arthur henry, shopkeeper, Goseley Dale
- THOMAS, Miss M., schoolmistress (infants)
- VILLIERS, William Homes, baker, grocer, &c, Church Street
- WAIN, Thomas, gamekeeper, The Greens
- WALLIS, John, shoemaker
- WARREN, James, beerhouse, New Inn
- WARREN, Levi, greengrocer and beer retailer
- WEBSTER, Joseph, Longlands
- WILKINSON, Richard, gardener

Farmers
- BETTERIDGE, George (and carrier), Church Street
- CARVER, George (and overseer), Upper Hall
- DAKIN, Arthur James (and overseer and butcher), Spring Farm
- FIELD, Michael (and road surveyor), Manor House
- FLETCHER, William, near Old Screw Mill
- GOTHERIDGE, William, Woodville Road
- HALL, George, Goseley
- HARRISON, David, Brick House Farm
- HODSON, Joseph, Stone House Farm
- HOLMES, John
- HOWSON, John (and dairyman), Goseley
- HUDSON, William (and miller), Hartshorne Mill
- KING, John (bailiff), Hoofies Farm
- LOWE, Henry, The Buildings
- OSBORNE, John, Several Wood Farm
- PEACE, William, Broomey Furlong Farm
- SHAW, Alfred William, Coppice Farm
- STARTIN, George, Sharps Wood, Broomey, and Dinmoor Farms
- STARTIN, John, Hoofies Farm and Longlands (of Brizlincote Hall)
- WORSTALL, Thomas, Shorhazels Farm

Cowkeepers
- ALSEBROOK, William
- BAILEY, John, Hartshorne Heath
- COX, John, Cavan Cottage
- SMITH, Thomas, near Hoofies
- WILKINSON, Joseph, Ticknall Lane

Inns
- Admiral Rodney: Mrs Ellen WILSON
- Bull's Head: William DAWSON
- Chesterfield Arms: Benjamin GOUGH (and farmer)

Carrier
- BETTERIDGE, George (to Burton Thursday, Derby Tuesday & Friday, and Ashby on Saturday), Church Street
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Kelly's Directory of Derbyshire 1912
(Marked thus * postal address Boundary, Woodville, Burton-upon-Trent.)
Langhorne Rev. Alexander Reginald B.A. (rector), The Rectory
Schofield Frank, Woodville road
Wragg Herbert, Nether hall

COMMERCIAL
Arnold T. Henry, Admiral Rodney P.H.
*Bailey Thomas, farmer
Betteridge Wm. farmer, Goseley dale
Blood William, farmer, Goseley farm
Carver John, farmer
Chevin Wm. farmer, Hoofies
Cook Mary (Miss), apartments
Cox Harriet (Mrs.), coal dealer
Cox John, farmer, Spring
Cox Thomas, farmer, Brick house
Dakin Jas. butcher & assist. overseer
Dawson George, beer retailer
Dawson William, Bull's Head Inn
Eames James, cowkeeper, Heath lane
Field Thomas, farmer
Fish & Sons, farmers
Fletcher George, farmer
Gotheridge Samuel, farmer
Hall George, farmer
*Harrison Harold, butcher
*Harrison Martha (Mrs.), Greyhound Inn
Hinton Frederick, miller (water)
*Hodson Joseph, farmer, Stonehouse farm
Hodson William, farmer, Short hazel
Howard Alfred Glossop, beer retailer, Goseley Dale
Lowe Henry, farmer, Buildings farm
Lunn Jas. Haynes, grocer & beer ret.
Mottram Rosa (Mrs.), shopkeeper, Post Office
Orme William, grocer, draper & baker
Osborne John, farmer, Wood
Parker Amos, cowkeeper
Peace William, farmer, Broomey
Pickering Emma (Mrs.), frmr. & carrier
Poynton Uriah, farmer
Shaw Alfred Wm. farmer, Coppice
Smith Robert, shopkpr. & coal dealer
Smith Thomas, coal dealer
Spencer Frederick, beer retailer
Thornley Harry, Chesterfield Arms P.H.
Warren Arthur, farmer
Warren Thomas, butcher

Midway
COMMERCIAL
Coxon Charles, butcher
Jones George, farmer, Longlands farm
King John, farmer
Staley Bernard, farmer, Top farm
Staley John R. Masons' Arms P.H.
Staley Richd. Hy. shopkpr. Post office
Walley George, shopkeeper
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Kelly's Directory of Derbyshire 1932
(Marked thus * postal address, Boundary, Woodville, Burton-upon-Trent.)
Langborne Rev. Alexander Reginald B.A. (rector), The Rectory

COMMERCIAL
(Marked thus + farm 150 acres or over)
* Bailey Thos. smallholder, Boundary
Bailey Wm. Jn. farmer
Ball Thomas, beer retailer
Bates William, farmer, Spring
Betteridge Wm. farmer, Goseley dale
Bexon Geo. Thos. Chesterfield Arms P.H.
Bloor Sarah Ann (Mrs.), midwife
Brabbins Sarah Jane (Mrs.), New inn
Carver, Jn. Arth. farmer, Hall farm
Causer -, farmer, The Buildings
Chevin William, farmer, Hoofies
Cox Stanley, farmer, Pear Tree farm
Cox William, coal dealer
Coxon Edwd. Admiral Rodney P.H. TN Swadlincote 211
Cull Alfd. Bate, smallholder
Dakin James, butcher
Dolman Frank, fried fish dlr
Fish H. & Sons, timber mers
Fish Jsph. Albt. tailor
Fish Samuel, farmer
Fletcher George, farmer
Gotheridge Thomas, farmer
Gough William. farmer, Brick House frm
Grummett Wm. smallholder
Heafield Ernest, rate collector & clerk to the Parish Council, Woodville rd
*Hodson William, Greyhound inn
Howard Alfred Glossop, beer retailer, Goseley Dale
Ikin John, farmer, Broomy farm
Lunn James Haynes, grocer
Orme Wm. Percy, grocer. TN Swadlincote 576
Osborne Geo. farmer, Short Hazel farm
Peace Harry, farmer, Coppice farm
+Roulstone Arth. farmer, Manor House farm
Shaw Alfd. Wm. farmer, Several Wood farm
*Siddons Ernest, frmr. Stonehouse farm
Siddons Herbert, farmer, Nether hall
Smith Chas. Bull's Head inn
Smith Robert, shopkeeper
Vickers Frank, farmer, Coppice cott
Wallace Percy, farmer
Warren Arth. farmer
Warren Chas. butcher
Whitehouse Ann E. (Miss), shopkeeper
Wilkins Saml. shopkpr

Midway
Parker Thos. Fairview

COMMERCIAL
Butler Norman, farmer
Cooper Horace G. shopkpr
Coxon Edward, butcher
Elton Linnie (Mrs.), dressma. Leighwood
Goodhead Ernest, farmer
Lower Midway Sanitary Pottery Ltd. sanitary earthenware mfrs. Midway works. TA "Ebrill, Swadlincote;" TN Swadlincote 127
Massey Regald. plumber, Ambleside
Staley John R. Masons' Arms P.H.
Wells Walt. Jn. Douglas, travelling draper, The Pastures
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