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Pigot and Co's Commercial Directory for 1828-9 – Quorndon entries

“Pigot and Co's Commercial Directory for 1828-9
Comprising a directory and classification of the merchants, bankers, professional gentleman, manufacturers and traders”

This directory covers 16 English counties and North Wales. The following introduction, names and professions were extracted for Quorndon

"Quorndon, a village and chapelry, in the parish of Barrow upon Soar, is about 2 miles from Loughborough, containing one church under the establishment, and a chapel each for the Wesleyan and primitive Methodists, and for the general Baptists. The living of the church is a perpetual curacy, in the incumbency of the Rev. J W R Boyer. The prosperity and increased population of the village are derived from the successful introduction of stocking weaving and manufacture of warp and bobbin twist lace, which employs a great portion of the inhabitants; the number of which, in 1821 (including Woodhouse chapelry) amounted to 2570 persons."

Andrew, Miss,
Baker, William, Maltster (brewer)
Balm, Rothwell & Fletcher, Twist lace manufacturers
Bates, Joseph, Wheelwright
Bicel [Bissell], William, Turner (lathe worker)
Black, William, Tanner
Blackshaw, William, Butcher
Bostock, John, Innkeeper - White Horse
Bostock, Thomas, Boot maker
Bradshaw, William, Boot maker
Carver, Benjamin, Blacksmith
Cross, Benjamin, Blacksmith
Cross, John, Innkeeper - Bull's Head
Cross, John, Butcher
Earl, John esq,
Egleton, Thomas, Master, National School
Farnham, Edward esq, Quorn House
Gamble, John, Twist lace manufacturer
Harris, Samuel, Surgeon
Hind, John esq,
Hyde, Saville John esq,
Inglesant, William Harris, Tanner
Jackson, William, Joiner/carpenter
Moore, Henry, Butcher
Mudford, William, Shopkeeper
Pochin, Charles esq,
Rennocks, William, Shopkeeper
Richardson, Pryor, Butcher
Scott, Thomas, Twist lace manufacturer
Smith, William, Shopkeeper
Southampton, Right Hon Lord, Quorn Hall
Spittlehouse, John, Blacksmith
Stone, John Parnham esq, Barrow freeholder
Sutton, James, Boot maker
Taylor, John, Joiner/carpenter
Trueman, Thomas, Grocer & draper
Williams, John, Maltster (brewer)
Williams, John, Innkeeper, White Hart
Woodford, John, Innkeeper, Blue Ball

   
 Submitted on: 2011-04-22
 Submitted by: Sue Templeman
 Artefact ID: 1238

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