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Little Hucklow

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1857 Trade Directory

description of Little Hucklow from the 1857 Trade Directory

Hucklow, Little, is a small ancient village and township, 2 miles N.N.E. from Tideswell, and 3½ miles S. by E. from Hope, contains 400 acres of land principally on limestone with lead ore, and in 1851 had 49 houses, and 235 inhabitants, of whom 128 were male and 107 female; rateable value £380. Captain William Carlyle is lord of the manor and principal owner. Col. Leslie, and Mr. Thomas Pierson, of Sheffield, are also owners. This manor was for many generations in the family of Foljambe. The Primitive Methodists have a small chapel here. Coplow Dale, ½ mile N. from village. Windmill a small hamlet 1 mile S. from Little Hucklow. Feast, last Sunday in August.

 HUCKLOW (LITTLE) TOWNSHIP

Bradwell Robt., mineral agt., Coplow Dale
Chapman William, mason, Windmill

Redfern Joseph, vict., red Lion, Windmill
Wilson Robert, vict., Bull's Head

Farmers
Bagshaw Robert
Bramwell, Francis and John, Windmill

Chapman Joseph
Chapman Richard
Cooper Joseph
Furness Daniel

Hall George
Hall George
Hall John
Hibbs William
Pearson George

Pearson Godfrey, Coplow Dale
Pearson Joseph
Wragg Benjamin

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description of Little Hucklow from the 1881 Trade Directory

Little Hucklow is a hamlet, 2½ miles north from Tideswell and 1 mile north-west from Great Hucklow. The tithes are in lease. A Sunday-school is held here. The Primitive Methodists have a place of worship. The acreage is 562; rateable value £564; the population in 1881 was 175.

Bingham William, farmer
Bradwell William, farmer, Coplow dale
Chapman Joseph, farmer
Chapman Martin, farmer
Chapman William, farmer
Clayton William, farmer, Coplow dale
Cooper Joseph, farmer and butter dealer
Dakin Henry, farmer, Windmill
Hadfield Israel, Old Bull's Head, & farmer
Hall John, farmer
Hall Roger, farmer

Hancock James, farmer and shopkeeper
Heanor John, farmer
Heywood William, farmer, Coplow dale
Pearson George, farmer, Coplow dale
Pearson Joseph, farmer, Coplow dale
Redfearn Joseph, Red Lion, Windmill
Reeve john, farmer
Wilson George, farmer
Wragg Benjamin, farmer
Wragg John, farmer
Wragg William, farmer

 

 

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Photographs of Little Hucklow 2001

View of Little Hucklow Looking towards Little Hucklow from near Windmill

the village pub the village pub

Sunday School the old Sunday School

village houses Houses in Little Hucklow

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