Pigot's 1828-9 Directory of Derbyshire (with map)


Cat No.:   GB0878:

A very early and rare directory which covers the market towns and principal villages of the county (Please note that smaller villages and hamlets are not included). The descriptions of each place are excellent with lots of details about schools, hospitals, churches and other institutions plus detailed histories and directories of the nobility, gentry, clergy and classified directories of tradespeople. Also included is an excellent county map.

No. of CDs is:  1 ;   Format is:  PDF ;   Searchable?:  ;

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The places included in this directory are;

Alfreton and neighbourhood, Ashbourn (with Bentley, Bradbourn, Mappleton, Thorpe and Tissington), Bakewell (with Hartington, Winster, Ashford, Baslow, Youlgreave and Edensor with Chatsworth), Barlborough (with Eckington, Clown and Whitewell), Belper (with Ripley and Heage), Bolsover (with Creswell, Elmton, Pleasley and Sarcliffe), Buxton (with Fairfield), Castleton (with Hope, Hathersag, Bradwell and Brough), Chapel-en-le-Frith (with Whaley Bridge), Chesterfield (with Staveley, Brampton, Brimington, Ashover and Whittington), Derby (with Allestrey, Darley, Ockbrook, Quarndon and Spondon), Doveridge and Sudbury, Dronfield (with Beauchieff, Norton, Holmesfield and Dore), Duffield (with Little Eaton, Breadsall and Makeney), Etwall (with Hilton, Radbourn and Boylston), Glosop (with Howard's Town, Charlesworth and Whitfield), Ilkeston (with Heanor, Risley and Draycott), Longford (with Brailsford, Cubley, Mackworth and Shirley), Matlock (with Matlock Bath, Bonsall and Darley), Measham (with Willesley, Church Greasley, Walton, Stapenhill and Burton Mills), Melbourn (with Repton, Ticknall, Calk, Formark, Bretbury and Smisby), New Mills (with Hayfield, Mellor, Thornsett and Roworth), Shardlow (with Aston, Weston and Willington), Tideswell (with Stoney Middleton, Eyam and Wormhill), Wirksworth (with Cromford, Lea, Crich and Brassington).