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Hulland, Derbyshire
19th Century Derbyshire Directory Transcripts
From: Kelly's Directory of the Counties of Derby, Notts, Leicester and Rutland
pub. London (May, 1891) - pp.234-235
Kelly's Directory, 1891
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HULLAND is a parish, formed in 1853, and comprising the townships of Hulland and Hulland Ward in Ashborne parish, and Biggin in Wirksworth parish, in the Western division of the county, hundred of Appletree, Ashborne union, petty sessional division and county court district, rural deanery of Ashborne, archdeaconry of Derby and diocese of Southwell. The village of Hulland is delightfully seated on an eminence, about 5 miles east-by-north from Ashborne, 6 west from Belper and 3½ miles west from Shottle station, Duffield and Wirksworth branch of the Midland railway. Christ Church, erected in 1838, is a building of stone, consisting of nave and an embattled western tower containing one bell: there are 273 sittings, 101 being free. The register dates from the year 1838. The living is a vicarage, net yearly value £293, with residence, in the gift of five trustees, and held since 1876 by the Rev. Robert Leighton Barnett M.A. of St. Peter's College, Cambridge. Here is a Wesleyan and three Primitive Methodist chapels. Hulland Hall is the residence of Lieut.-Col. John Edward Paget Mosley. There are no manorial rights. The principal landowners are Lord Scarsdale and J. C. B. Borough esq. D.L., J.P. of Chetwynd park, Newport, Salop. The soil is clay; subsoil, clay. The land is most productive, and principally consists of dairy farms. The area of the township of Holland is 924 acres ; rateable value, £1,592 ; the population in 1881 was 202 ; area of the parish, 2,314 acres ; the population in 1881 was 750.

HULLAND WARD township contained 382 inhabitants in 1881, and HULLAND WARD INTAKES township 38 inhabitants. The area of the former is 1,559 acres, rateable value £2,952 ; and of the latter 451 acres, rateable value £513.

HULLAND WARD INTAKES is a township in the parish of Ashborne. Here is a small endowed chapel of ease, erected about 1660, and attached to Mugginton Church: it was enlarged and reseated in 1890 and has an endowment in land of £40 yearly: Divine service is conducted every Sunday afternoon.

Parish Clerk, John Fern.

POST OFFICE, Hulland Ward.-Anthony Beresford Dale, receiver. Letters arrive from Ashborne 9 a.m. ; dispatched at 4 p.m. The nearest money order office is at Hognaston; & telegraph office at Shottle railway station. Postal orders are issued here, but not paid

WALL LETTER BOX, Hulland, cleared at 4.20 p.m

National School (mixed), erected in 1838, for 130 children ; average attendance, 90 ; George Goodwin, master; Mrs. Alice Goodwin, mistress

Biggin, Nether & Upper form a township, in the petty sessional division of Wirksworth, 5 miles south-west-by-south from Wirksworth and 8 west from Belper. Here was formerly a church or chapel, but even its site has been long forgotten. John Blackwall Evans-Blackwall esq. J.P. of Blackwall, Wirksworth, is the principal landowner. The area is about 634 acres ; rateable value, £1,052; the population in 1881 was 125. Letters arrive through Wirksworth at 9.30 a.m. Idridgehay is the nearest money order office, & telegraph office at Idridgehay railway station.

WALL LETTER BOX, cleared at 4 p.m. week days only

Barnett Rev. Robert Leighton M.A. Vicarage
Mosley Lt.-Col John Edward Paget, Hulland Hall
Walker Robert, The Green

Alcock Thomas, farmer
Alsop John, farmer
Beeston John, blacksmith
Beeston Michael, farmer
Black Thomas, shoe maker
Dakin George, farmer
Gregory David, farmer
Hall James, farmer
Harlow William, tailor
Lee William, farmer
Oakden Thomas, wheelwright
Taylor Robert, farmer
Wheeldon John, farmer
Woodhouse John, gamekeeper to Lt.-Col. John Edward Paget Woolley George, bricklayer

Hulland Ward.
Abell Jonathan, farmer
Allcock George, farmer
Allcock William, farmer
Beeston Isaac, farmer
Boam Joseph, farmer
Booth Daniel, Wheel inn
Cooper George, butcher & farmer
Cowley John, farmer
Cowley Thomas, farmer
Cowley William, farmer
Dakin John, farmer
Dale Anthony Beresford, saddler, Post office
Dale Robert, farmer, Hulland grange
Dawn Esther (Mrs.), farmer
Fletcher John George, farmer
Foot James, farmer
Fowke John, farmer
Green William, Black Horse P.H
Gregory David, farmer
Hall Arthur, farmer
Hill John, farmer
Hunt Ferdinand, farmer
Kelly William, farmer
Kiddy Thomas, farmer
Kirkman George, farmer
Lemon William, veterinary surgeon
Metcalf William, farmer
Morley Charles, shopkeeper
Nash Samuel, wheelwright, undertaker, house & carriage painter
Oakden John, farmer
Oakley George, farmer
Oakley Joseph, Nag's Head P.H
Oakley William, farmer
Pedley Thomas, farmer
Perman Alfred Edward Peter, commission agent
Poole George, blacksmith
Ray Alfred, blacksmith
Sims Samuel James, farmer
Sims George, farmer
Slater James, boot maker
Wallis Millicent (Mrs.), farmer
Weston John, wheelwright
Wheeldon James, farmer
White George Thomas, farmer
Willetts John, blacksmith
Wood Charles, farmer
Woolley Simon, farmer
Woolley Thomas, bricklayer

Hulland Ward Intakes.
Darbyshire John, farmer
Hall William, farmer
Fern George, farmer

Nether Biggin.
Allsop William, farmer
Bates James, farmer
Beeston John, farmer
Birch Thomas, farmer
Booth Samuel, farmer
Edwards John, farmer
Heathcote Samuel, farmer
Jackson John, farmer & traction engine proprietor
Johnson Isaac, farmer
Kelly Thomas, farmer
Oakley George, farmer
Redfern John, farmer
Taylor Ellen (Mrs.), miller (water) & farmer, Biggin mill
Taylor William, farmer
Taylor William jun. farmer
Wallis George, farmer
Wallis John, farmer
Wayne Samuel, farmer

Upper Biggin.
Hand John, farmer
Mansfield John, farmer
Rowland James, farmer

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