White´s 1832 Descriptive Directory

Listings from White´s 1832 Nottinghamshire Publication

Hucknall-under-Huthwaite is a village and township, containing 929 inhabitants, and about 1000 acres of land, bordering upon Derbyshire, and 1½ miles W.N.W. of Sutton-in-Ashfield.   It is situated upon a lofty declivity, and has an extensive colliery, many framework knitters, and two chapels belonging to the Methodists and Independents.   The poor here have £3 yearly, from the bequest of Abraham Haslam, in 1831, and 8s. yearly, pursuant to the wills of William Day and another donor.

Farmers in Hucknall-under-Huthwaite

Addlington Robert
Allsop George
Allsop George junior
Allsop Hy.
Allsop Junior Fulwood
Bacon John
Bacon Mary
Barns Richard
Bower William
Chambers Thomas
Haslam Abraham
Herod John
Herod Samuel
Hill John
Hill Sarah
Johnson Richard
Lowe Benjamin
Lowe William
Marshall Thomas
Marshall Matthew
Mycroft George
Shepherd Matthew
Short John
Smedley G. Fulwood
Smith Benjamin
Smith Edward
Smith Samuel
Stendall William
Turner George
Ward Mary
Ward William
Wilson William
Wright Jas.

Village Commercial Trader Listing

Allsop George,           joiner
Barns John, shoemaker
Beardsmore George, grocer
Bower Saml. victualler - Portland Arms
Brooks John, joiner
Burrows Jerh., victualler - Colonel Wildman
Burrows Jerh. junior, schoolmaster
Burton John, shopkeeper & beerhouse
Burton Benjamin, grocer and agent
Butterworth John, hosiery agent
Chambers Jane, victualler - Swan
Clark George, shopkeeper
Columbine Mr. Jonathon.
Ellis Elizabeth, shopkeeper
Heath William, corn miller
Hufton John, beerhouse
Machon Joseph, land agent
Mellors John, colliery owner
Pearce John, shoemaker
Smith Richard, grocer & hosiery agent
Stendall John, baker & flour dealer
Ward Richard, grocer and agent
Woodhead Tim. victualler & butcher

Written 19 Dec 04 Revised 24 Feb 09 © by Gary Elliott