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Harrod & Co Postal Directory 1870:

Cauldwell Residents

St Giles Church, Cauldwell
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CAULDWELL is a chapelry and village, distant 5 miles from Burton-on-Trent and 2 from Gresley railway station, in the south division of the county, hundred of Repton and Gresley, union and county court district of Burton-on-Trent, Diocese of Lichfield, archdeaconry of Derby.   The church is dedicated to St Giles.   The living is annexed to Stapenhill, in the gift of the Marquess of Anglesea.  The Rev John CLAY is the vicar. There is one small dissenting place of worship.  There is a day-school for boys and girls.   The acreage is 1033.   The chief landowners are Lady Sophia DESVOEUX (lady of the manor), the Misses HARRIS, Mr PRATT, and Mr HOPKINS.   The population is about 160.   The nearest money order and telegraph office and post town is Burton-on-Trent.

Cauldwell Residents


GRESLEY LadyCauldwell Hall

General Traders

COXON ThomasBoot & Shoe Maker
PEACH JamesGrocer, Baker & Beer Retailer
TIPPER WilliamBlacksmith


PRATT Edward
SALE Joseph


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