CRICH PARISH

Crich, Fritchley, Whatstandwell, Bullbridge, Crich Carr, Coddington, Wheatcroft, Wakebridge

CRICH in Pigot's Directory (1835)

POST OFFICE:- CRICH, Joseph Witham, Post Master: Letters from
ALFRETON arrive (by foot-post) every afternoon at four, and are despatched every morning at eight.

GENTRY & CLERGY.
Blackley Rev. G. B. Crich
Cornthwaite Rev. Thomas, Crich
Halton Rev. Emanuel, S. Wingfield
Pearson Mrs. South Wingfield
Saxton John, esq. Mansion house, Crich
Travis Mr. Samuel, Crich
Travis Mr. Thomas, Crich
Trueman Captain, Fritchley

PROFESSIONAL PERSONS, AT CRICH.
Mackenzie Murdoch, surgeon
Smith Samuel, schoolmaster
Walker John, schoolmaster

INNS & PUBLIC HOUSES.
Black Swan, Charles Baker, Crich
Blue Bell, William Bacon, South Wingfield
Bull's Head, William Poyzer, Crich
Greyhound, Joseph Rowe, Crich
Horse and Groom, Joseph Cupit, South Wingfield
Horse & Jockey, John Moore, South Wingfield
Jovial Dutchman, Samuel Smith, Crich
King's Arms, Henry Bestwick, Crich
Rising Sun, Elizth. Bestwick, Crich
Wheat Sheaf, John Severns, Crich

SHOPKEEPERS & TRADERS.
IN CRICH, when not otherwise mentioned
Alsop John, lead merchant, Crich and at Lea Bridge
Bacon Wm. shopkeepr, S. Wingfield
Beardah Thomas, druggist
Bestwick Thomas, tailor
Bownes George, tallow chandler
Brown Eliza, milliner
Burton John, baker
Elliot George, grocer & druggist
Froggatt Christopher, shopkeeper, South Wingfield
Greatorix Samuel, lime burner
Haines Samuel, joiner
Hall Elijah, miller
Hey Hannah, dealer in seeds
Hickton Job, shopkeeper, S. Wingfield
Hickton William, butcher
Higgott Anthony, tailor
Higgott James, tailor
Holmes George, boot & shoemaker
Hunt Saml. shopkeeper, S. Wingfield
Hunt Thomas, wheelwright
Hunt Sarah, milliner & dress maker
Lee Thomas, grocer & draper
Pearson Peter, lime burner
Piggin William, boot & shoemaker
Poyser William, blacksmith
Shipstone Wm. scythe stick maker
Silvester John, lime burner
Smith James, blacksmith
Smith John, wheelwright
Smith Joseph, frame-smith
Smith Ralph, butcher
Storer George, lime burner
Storer Samuel, boot & shoemaker
Taylor Godfrey, boot & shoemaker
Taylor Ralph, butcher
Taylor Thomas, saddler
Wall Jacob, tanner
Wetton James, tailor
Wheatcroft Samuel, baker
Witham Joseph, draper, grocer, &c.
Wyvill Samuel, joiner

CARRIERS.
To DERBY, Joseph Leam, every Friday
To NOTTINGHAM, Topham, every Wednesday and Saturday.
To WIRKSWORTH, Topham, every Monday and Thursday.

CONVEYANCE BY WATER.
To all parts of the Kingdom, by G. Wheatcroft and Son's Fly Boats.

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