Newton & Earlestown in 1895

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Newton le Willows


NEWTON-LE-WILLOWS (otherwise Newton-in-Makerfield) is a township and parish on the road between Warrington and Wigan and on the Liverpool and Manchester railway, with two rail stations, one at Newton Village named Newton Bridge, and another at the opposite side of the parish at the township of Earlestown, and is 188 miles from London, 14 miles south-west from Bolton, 15 3/4 miles east from Liverpool, 15 3/4 miles west from Manchester, 5 miles east from St. Helens, 5 1/2 miles north from Warrington and 7 miles south from Wigan, in the Newton division of the county, hundred of West Derby, petty sessional division of Warrington, union and county court district of Warrington, rural deanery of Winwick, archdeaconry of Warrington and diocese of Liverpool.

The railway is carried over the valley of the Sankey by a magnificent viaduct of nine lofty arches, that which sans the canal being 63 feet above the surface of the water.

The township was formerly governed by a board of Improvement Commissioners, but under the Local Government Act of 1894 has now an Urban District Council. The township being divided into five wards each having three representatives.

Newton returned two members to Parliament from the first year of Queen Elizabeth (1558) to the passing of the Reform Act in 1832, when it was disfranchised : it comprises the a ecclesiastical parishes of St. Peter, Emmanuel and St. John the Baptist, Earlestown.

The parish church of Emmanuel, erected A.D 1841, is a stone building in the Early English style, consisting of chancel, nave, west porch and a small tower with spire over the western entrance containing one bell: there are 560 sittings. The register dates from the year 1842. The living is a rectory, gross yearly, value £300, average £242, with residence, with about an acre of glebe, in the gift of the Earl of Derby G.C.B., P.C. and held since 1892 by the Rev. .James Carson M.A. of Trinity College, Dublin, and surrogate. The population of this ecclesiastical parish was in 1891, 1,899 persons.

The church of St. Peter was originally built on land conveyed in 1683 but not consecrated till 1735; it was rebuilt in the year 1834, and reconsecrated in 1834: it is an edifice of stone in the Early English style, and consists of chancel, nave, choir, organ chamber, south choir aisle, vestry and heating Chamber : these additions to the nave were made in 1893, at a cost of £4,000 apart from costly gifts : there is a single bell on the apex of the western gable: there are 680 sittings. The register of baptisms dates from the year 1813, marriages from 1845. The living is a vicarage, gross yearly value £223, in the gift of Lord Newton D.L., J.P. and held since 1871 by the Rev, Herbert Monk M.A. of Trinity College, and Cambridge. The area of the ecclesiastical parish is 1,957 acres. The population in 1881 was 3,450, and in 1891 4,274.

The Catholic church in Crow lane, dedicated to St. Mary and St. John, and erected in 1864 at a cost of about £7,000 from designs by Edward Blount, of London, is a stone building in tile Gothic style, consisting of apsidal chancel, nave, aisles and a tower with spire 120 feet in height: it will seat 600 people, and there is a cemetery attached to the church.

The Congregational church, Crow lane, erected in 1878, at a cost of nearly £10,000, is a stone building in the Early Decorated style, with a tower and spire 143 feet high: an organ was added in 1884 at a cost of £800: the church will seat 800: in the burial ground attached is an obelisk of polished granite to Richard Evans esq. of Haydeck, d. Aug. 13th, 1864.

There is a Wesleyan chapel in Cross lane to seat 600. The cemetery of 8 1/2 acres was laid out at a cost of £5,000 by the Newton-in-Makerfield improvement commissioners, from plans and designs by Mr. Richard Brierley C.E. ; and a chapel, lodge and mortuary were erected in 1885.
The poor have, £10 yearly on St. Thomas day in clothing. The Dean School Trust, value about £80 yearly, is awarded to four scholars upon examination, open to all the elementary schools of Newton Township.

There is a foundry belonging to the Vulcan Foundry Company Limited, which gives employment to about 760 hands: the railway and general printing and stationery works of Messrs. McCorquodale and Co. Ltd, employing about 500 hands; and the paper mills of Messrs. Gillespie and Mason, employing about 200; two glass making establishments and other industries, and in the neighbourhood are the collieries of Richard Evans and Co. Limited.

The Newton club, in Park road, was established in 1872 and has 35 members.

There is a Town Hall in the High street, at which a committee of the guardians of Warrington union, consisting of the elected guardians of the townships of Burtonwood, Haydock and Newton, meets alternate Thursdays at 4 p.m. to administer relief. A working mens club meets at the Town Hall, where there is a news room and there is also a cricket club.

Fairs are held on the 17th May and 11th and 12th August, principally for horses, horned cattle, and sheep and pigs.

There is a race course of 80 acres in extent, the property of Lord Newton D.L, J.P.; races are held annually about the last week in May or first week in June. Lord Newton D.L., J.P. is lord of the manor of the barony of Newton and fee of Makerfield, and is also the principal landowner. Courts leet are held occasionally.

The soil is various; subsoil, red sandstone.

The area is 3,103 acres, of which 16 are water; rateable value £61,014; the population in 1871, 8,244, and in 1881, 10,580, including 149 in the Reformatory Farm School, and in 1891 was 12,861.

The Liverpool Farm Reformatory School, the buildings of which are the property of the Liverpool Corporation, was certified April 12, 1859, and receives boys sent under the Reformatory Acts; it is one of the schools managed by the Liverpool Juvenile Reformatory Association, and the school is available for 150 boys; 33 acres of land are cultivated as a farm and market garden and there is a corn mill driven by water.

Parish Clerks: –
Emmanuel, James Houghton, War grave.
St. Peter, Robert Rigby, Mill lane, Newton-le-Willows.

Post, M. 0. & T. 0., S. B. & Annuity & Insurance Office
Head office, High street.-James Jordan, Postmaster.
(Letters should have “Lancs.” added after the name of the township.)

Hours of Attendance:-
Week days, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sundays 8 to 10 a.m. Box closes 6.40 p.m. The telegraph Office is open on week days from 8 a.m. to 8 pm & on Sundays from 8 to 10 a.m. Money order & savings bank business 8 a.m. to 8 p. m

List of Dispatches
Ashton-in-Makerfield, Burtonwood, Collins Green, Earlestown, Golborne, Lowton, Lowton St. Marys, Stubshaw Cross, Wargrave & Winwick, 5 a.m.; All places south of Crewe, 9.10 am. ; Ireland & all parts West of Chester, London & London forward, Warrington, 9.66 am.; Accrington, Ashton-under-Lyne, Blackburn, Blackpool, Burnley, Fleetwood, Liverpool, Manchester, Oldham, Ormekirk, Prescot, Preston, Rochdale, Southport, Stalybrige, Wigan, Yorkshire, North-West of England, North of Ireland (day mail) & Scotland, 11.10 am.; Bolton, 1pm,; Warrington 1.25pm,; Belfast, Birkenhead, Birmingham, Burnley, Cambridge, Chester, Devonshire, Liverpool, North Wales, Preston , St Helens, Southport & South Wales, 2.15pm,; Ashton-in-Makerfield, Burtonwood, Collins Green, Wargrave, Winwick, 3 pm,; Manchester & Warrington 4.30 pm,; Wigan 5.30 pm,; All Parts- General Night Mail 8 pm,; Sunday Dispatch, All Parts- General night mail, 5.30 pm.

Parcel Post.-Parcels are dispatched at 10.15 a.m. 2.15, 7.15 Letter Delivery commences at 7 a.m. 12.30 & 3.30 pm
Parcel Post.-Dispatched for Manchester at 10.30 a.m. & for Liverpool at 2.30 & 7.30 pm

County Magistrates
Usually sitting here for the petty sessional division of Warrington, are same as at Warrington.

Petty Sessions are held at the Town hall the second & last Saturday in every month at 10 a.m. The following places are included in the sub-division:-Burtonwood, Golborne, Haydock, Newton, Southworth & Winwick

Urban District Council.
Offices, Town hall, Earlestown.
Board day, lst Monday in each month.

Law Clerk, James Edwardson Worsley, of Warrington
Clerk, Richard Brierley C.E. Town hall.
Treasurer, John Dun, Paris Bank, Warrington
Medical Officer of Health, John Webb Watkins M.D. Stonelegh, High street
Surveyor & Sanitary Inspector, Richard Brierley C.E.
Town hall Market & Assistant inspector of Nuisances, John Gregory, Crow lane.
Collector, Henry Houghton, Park road

Public Establishments
Cemetery, Park road, Richard Anderson, caretaker
County Police Stations, High street, Daniel Longworth, sergeant, & 1 constable
Town Hall, High street, Newton

Lancashire Hussars Yeomanry Cavalry (C troop), stores, High street; Walter Thureton Strange, sergeant-major to the Newton troop; Thomas Brandwood, storekeeper

Volunteer Battalion (6th) Kings Liverpool Regiment (F Company), orderly room, Southworth road;
Capt. Norman McCorquodale, commanding; J. Bird, sergeant-instructor

Volunteer Battalion (lst) South Lancashire Regiment (G Company), drill hall, Church Street;
Capt. Henry James Widdows, commanding; John Weeding, sergt.-instructor

Public Officers
Collector of Taxes, James Liptrott, High street

Collector of Poor Rates & Assistant Overseer, Henry Houghton, Park road

Medical Officer & Public Vaccinator, No. 4 District, Warrington
Union & Certifying Factory Surgeon, John Webb Watkins M.D. Stonelegh, High street

Registrar of Births, Deaths & Marriages for Newton Sub-district,
Thomas Bowes, High street, Newton
Believing & Inquiry Officer & Collector to the Guardians, No. 2 District, Warrington Union, Thomas Bowes; office, Town hall Registrar of Births & Deaths, C. J. Byrom, Bryan street

Places of Worship, with times of services.

Emmanuel Church, Rev. Canon John Whitley M.A. rector; Rev. Edward John Hack; 10.45 a.m. & 6.30 pm

St. Peters Church, Rev Herbert Monk M.A. vicar; Rev. Fredrick. William Johnston, curate; 10.45 a.m. & 3.30 & 6.30 pm

SS. Mary & John (Catholic), Crow lane, Newton, Rev. James Lennon, priest; sun. 8.45 & 10.30 a.m. & 3.30 p.m.; daily, in summer at 8 a.m.; in winter 8.30 am

Congregational, Crow lane, Newton, Rev. James Allatt; 10.30 a.m. & 6.30 p.m. ; theirs. 7.•15 pm
Baptist, Market street, 10.30 a.m. & 6 pm
Wesleyan, Cross Line, Newton; 10.30 a.m. & 6 pm,; wed 7 pm
Free Gospel Mission Room, Bridge Street; 3 & 6 pm

A School Attendance Committee of 10 members was formed in 1877; Richard Brierley C.E. Town hall, clerk to the committee; John Ball, 77 Cross lane, Earlestown, attendance officer

National (St. Peters district) (mixed & infants), built in 1860, for 430 children; average attendance, 30(1; James Singleton, muster; Miss Miriam Liptrott, infants mistress

Crow Lane, (St. Peters district) (mixed), built in 1872, for 100 children; average attendance, 74; Annie Weeks, mistress

Catholic (mixed), Crow lane, built in 1872, for :10(1 children; average attendance, 210; Miss H. 1;. Cockrain, mistress

Railway Station
London & North Western Railway, Newton Bridge, John Taberner, station master; James Hill, goods agent


Private Residents

Adams John Banchory cottage, Park rd. N
Alrey George, Sandfield hall, Lowton
Allatt Rev. James, The Manse, Crow la. N
Andrews Rev. John, Haydock
Appellation Mrs. Park road, N
Argot William Henry J.P., 0.0. Lime house, Lowton
Aspinall William, Bolton road, Ashton-in. Makerfield
Balharry William, The Beeches, Haydock
Barron, Richard, Blythesdale, High St. N
Barton Thomas The Hollies, Wigan rd.
Beaman Edward H. Haydock lodge, A
Bellby Edwin, Common farm, Haydock
Berridge Rev. William, The Vicarage, Lowton
Bodner Charles H. Park road, N
Borron Charles, The Cottage, Wargrave,
Bowden Rev. -0. E. The Vicarage, Haydock
Bradshaw Richard, Brook side, Haydock
Bridge a Henry, 7 Park road, Golborne
Brierley Richard O.E. Sunnyside, N
Brown Simon S., C.O. Bridge at. Golborne
Byrne Rev. Wm. Hy. Church at. Golborne
Camm Rev. J. T. Golborne
Caunce Mrs. Park house, Park rd. Golborne
Clark Christopher Fisher, Cranberry lodge, Park Lane
Clark George, Ivy bank, Church street, N
Clarke William Laurel house, Lowton
Clegg 1t,. J., J.P. Lowton grange, N,
Comber Mrs. Myddleton hall
Crippin Edwd. Freak, Brynn hall, Wigan
Crompton Thos. Highfield ho. Downall grn N
Crowther Misses, Holly bank, Bridge st. Golborne
Daplin Mrs. Albert villa, Ashton road, Nr N
Dean Mrs. Elizabeth, Sunny-side, Lowton
Dobb James, Railway read, Golborne
Dunn James, Lincludon, Wigan road, A
Eckersley Richard, Moss house, Lowton
Edmondson Robert, The Holme, Golborne
Evans Arthur Henry L. Holmstead, Haydock
Evans E. T. Park road, N
Evans Mrs. The Heyes, Haydock
Eyd-en Henry, The Hut, N
Fairclough Mrs. The Alders, Church st, N
Ferns Mrs. Rose cot. Bridge st. Golborne
Garton Peter, Willow bank, Church st. N
Gaskell Josiah J.P., O.A. Burgrave lodge,Wigan road, A
Gerard Lord, Garswood hall, Wigan
Gibson James, The Woodlands, Ashton rd. N
Gillespie Thomas J., J.P. Park house, N
Green Mrs. Oaklands, Lowton
Grimke Drayton T. D., J.P. Golborne pk. N
Guest William, Sycamore house, Lowton
Hannah Nathan, Rock house, A
Hart Roger, Lowton
Hayward T. R. Haydock
Hindley William H. Park road, N
Holmes John T. Briar cot. Gilborne st. N
Houghton Henry, Fairbrother ho. Park rd. N
Hunt Mrs. Lowton junction
Hunt Mrs. Pleasant villa, N
Jackson Edwin, Thornbank. Haydock
Jackson John, Thornbank, Haydock
Johnson Frederick E. Hawthorne bank, N
Johnstone Rev. Frederick W., M.A. Fairclough street. N
Jones Rev. T. Lloyd, Park view, A
Jones Mrs. Mere house, Church street, A
Kidd John W. Lowton junction
Knowles Alfred, Park villa, Park road, N
Lave Mrs. Park road, N
Latham Richard, Havelock villa, Bolton rd. A
Latham William, 32 Bolton road, A
Laycock John, Lowton
Lennon Rev. James A. Crow lane, N
Longton H. J. Crow lane, N
Lowe William C. S. A. H.Ivy bnk. Winwick
Luffman Charles A. Golborne road, N
MCorquodale A. C.. J.P. Lowton grange
MCorquodale George . J.P. The Willows, N
McGeever James, Brookfleld, Wigan road, A .
McGill Robert, Ashton cross. A
Mapei Luigi V. Bridge street, Golborne
Matthews, David H. Park road, X
Melville Rev William J. The -Rectory, Downall green
Mitchell, William J.P. Brook vil. Golborne
Molyneux John P. Wigan road, A
Monk Rev. H., M.A. The Vicarage, Crow lane, N
Moore Rev. W. Haydock
Morgan Mrs. Park road, N
Morris Thomas, Oakfield, Wigan road. A
OReilly Rev. Gerald P.P. Liverpool rd. A
O Sullivan Rev. Edward P. Blackbrook, Haydock
Pardey .James E. The Elms, High st. N
Part Herbert, Bank ho. High st. Golborne
Pearson Thomas 11., J.P. Redcliffe,
Pearson Thos.H., J.P. Redcliffe, Church st. N
Penrhyn Rev. Canon Oswald M.A. The Rectory, Winwick
Poulson George, Beech house, Winwick
Relf Major Benj, Beech ho. North Ashton
Richardson Rev. Thomas W. Rectory, Golbrn
Riddette Rev, John 11. Haydock
Rigg George Wilson, Highfield house, Puck road, Golborne
Robinson George J. Garswood house, Ashton cross, A
Robinson John, Park road, Golborne
Rose Mrs. Manor house; Garswood
Royse Captain Edward C., R.N. Church Hill house, N
Rylands Joseph, Windy bank house, N
Seton Major Alexander D. The Heights, Park road, Golborne
Siddall Rev .Henry B.A. The Vicarage, Warrington road. A
Smethurst John, Landgate house, Brynn, Wigan
Smith Rev. Richard, The Rectory, Lowton
Smith Arthur B,A., M.D. Beech bank, Crow lane, N
Smith James J.P. Park road, N
Smith Robert. Park road, Golborne
Smith William Hindley, Mansion house, N
Spencer Strickland. Sunnyside, Golborne
Stead Rev. James E. Parsonage, Park lane
Stock John, Blackbrook, Haydock
Stone Miss, Newton bark, N
Stone Robert, Newton park, N
Street C. T. Haydock lodge, N
Stuart Robert, Laurel hank, High street, N
Thompson J. Beech house, Lowton
Thompson Thos. Rothwell link. Crow la, N
Thorp John W. Wellesley ho. Crow lane, N
Travers Mrs. Bank cottage, Golborne
Travers Thomas L. Lowton common:
Unsworth Joseph, Fernlee, Golborne
Urquhart Mrs. Dingwell ho. Park road, N
Valiant “William, 14 Gerard street, A
Walton Richard, Sunnyside, Crow lane, N
Walton Thomas, Willow cot. Crow lane. N
Watkins John W., M.D. High street, N
Widdows Alias, Oaklee, Lowton
Williams Rev. Wm. Broad Oak cot. Winwick
Wilson Rev. Henry, The Manse, A
Wood Frederick 3. Woodlegh, N
Wood Lieut.-Col. Joseph L., J.P. Woodlegh, N
Woods Samuel M.P. Brynn, Wigan
Worsley Henry, Park cottage, Golborne
Worsley James E. The Cottage, Winwick

AGENTS.(See also Insurance Offices & Agents; also Land, House & Estate Agents.)

Aspinall William (emigration), Gerard st
Blundell Margaret (for Allsopp & Sons Limited, brewers), 69 High street, N
Boardman William (for W. & A. Gilbey), A
Garton Peter (agricultural implement), N
Houghton Henry I. jun.(general),Park rd.N
Ingham Mary (for J. Berrie, dyer, Man chester), Gerard street, A
Jones James G. (for W. Davis & Son, dyers, Liverpool), 31 Gerard- street, A.
Kirkham Samuel (carting), Mill lane, N
McHardy Robert (for J. Berrie, dyer, Manchester), 73 High street, N
Porter a , (for Richard Evans & Co. Limited, colliery proprietors), Newton yard, Crow Ln N
Twist Thomas Golborne Unsworth Jn. (for W. & A, Gilbey), Golbrn
Withnell Charles A. (for J. Pullar & Sons, dyers, Perth), Heath street, Golborne
Woods Sand, M.P. (miners), Brynn, Wigan


Adamson James, Gerard street, A
Ritchie Robert, 149 High street, N.


Brierley Richard, Town hall, N


Marsh Bros. Nicol lane. Bryan, Wigan
Melling & Son, Church street, Golborne


Bailey William, Lowton common
Boardman William, 76 Gerard street, A
Pounce Alfred, Bridge street, Golborne
Cunliffe Peter, Haydock
Cunliffe Thomas, Haydock
Griffin Harold, Haydock
Higham Elizabeth, Haydock
Tune John, Lowton common
Lowe Thomas, 5 Gerard street, A
Ormston Thomas, Lowton
Roberts Thomas, 32 Gerard street, A
Travers William, 56 High street, Golborne
Unsworth Adam, 105 High street, Golborne


Parrs- Banking Company & the Alliance Bank Limited
(sub-branches), 21 High street, Newton, open on Saturday only, from ten to half-past twelve; Gerard st . Ashton, open on tuesday from 11.30 a,m. to 2.30 p.m. & saturday, 10.30 am. to 12 noon: Haydock, open on monday & thursday, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. ; Heath street-, Golborne, open on tuesday & Thursday from 10.45 a,m, to 1.15 p.m

Williams Deacon & Manchester & Salford Bank Limited
(sub-branch), High street, Golborne; open on tuesday & thursday, from 10.45 am. to 1.15 p.m.; saturday, from. 10.45 a.m, to 12.30 pm


Adamson Joseph, Bolton road, A
Alderson Albert E. 114 Bolton road, A
Barton John, Stubshaw cross, A
Boulton David, 33 Church st. Golborne
Boydell Joseph, Lowton common
Cannes Amelia, Bridge street, Golborne
Cundliffe Mary A. Church street, Golborne
Eckersley Ellen, 69 High street, Golborne
Edwards Thomas, 67 High street, Golborne
Edwardson Adam. Harvey lane, Golborne
Gilligan John, 1 Tanners lane, Golborne
Haves William, Lowton common
Humphrey David, Edge Green lane, A
Jenkinson Joseph, 95 Church at. Golborne
Mercer Mary, Haydock
Naylor James, 14 Liverpool road, A
Naylor Thomas, Haydock
Oldfield Thomas, 32 Heath road, A
Sankey Mary Ann, Warrington road, A
Simm Joanna. Park lane
Simm John, 1 Heath road, A
Talbot George, 24 Liverpool road, A
Tyrer Charles, Heath road, A


Adamson James, Gerard street, A
Britch Thomas, Hulme, Winwick
Cooke Peter, Downall green
Davles John, Ashton road, Golborne
Henshaw James, Lowton
Ince James, Gerard street, A
Lowe Henry, Park lane
Markland Joseph, Cow lane, N
Nuttall Charles, Heath street, Golborne
Picton David, hulme, Winwick
Pilling Thomas, Whitledge green, A
Prescott Henry, Downall green
Ritchie Robert, 149 High street, N
Sankey James, High street. N
Sudworth William, Downall green


Collier James, High street, Golborne
Gore Jacob, Park lane, Brynn, Wigan
Jackson William. Legh st. Golborne
Johnson Paul, 55 High street, Golborne
Williamsson Joseph, 101 High st. Golborne


Ashton Hannah, 72 Gerard street, A
Bennett Thomas, 1S Heath st. Golborne
Brookes James, 17 Heath street, Golborne
Clough George T. Downall Green road
Harper Ernest, North Ashton
Haynes Henry, 70 High street, Golborne & 39 Gerard street, A
Hedges Bros. 2 Liverpool road, A
Hesketh John, 24 Gerard street, A
Houghton Thomas, 9 Legh st. Golborne
Howard John, 77 High street, Golborne
Hunt Thomas, 65a, High street, Golborne
Jackson Alfred (dealer), 8 Gerard st. A
Liptrott James. 75 High street, N
Lowe Thomas, 96 High street, N
Lowe William, 1 Gerard street, A
Roberts William, 39 High street. Golborne
Shaw William, 11 High street, N
Siddall Agnes A. 21 Gerard street, A
Webster James, Lowton
Williamson Thomas, 65 High street, N


Simpson William, Simms Lane end, N

Dean & Thornier, Park lane
Golborne Brick Co. Harvey lane, Golborne


Anderton H. & J. Downall green
Cunliffe Henry, Downall green
Cunliffe Miles, Downall green
Green William, Wigan road, A
Pennington & Watson, Heath road, A
Smith & Painter. Heath road, A
Travers Thomas L. Lowton
Wakefield James, Golborne


Almond William, Park lane
Astle Charles Henry (& cattle dealer), Gerard street, Ashton-in-Makerfield
Beaumont Jn. (pork), 30 Heath st Golborne,
Boardman Samuel, Downall green
Boardman William, Gerard street, A
Caunce Alfred, Bridge street, Golborne
Dalton William, 19 Heath street, Golborne
Dobbs John, 2 Gerard street, A
Domakin Thomas, 78 High st. Golborne
Duncaif Samuel, 16 & 18 Bolton road, A
Fallowfield John, 20 Gerard street, A
Fooshaw J. Haydock
Griffiths Bros. 19 Gerard street, A
Hall Margaret L. 67 High street, N
Hibbert Henry, 70 High street, N
Holden Ralph, 91 High street, Golborne
Kay William, 66 Gerard street, A
Oliver Edward, 34 Legh street, Golborne
Owen Mary, 44 Gerard street, A
Pearson Thomas, Mercer street, N
Peet Henry, High street, Golborne
Savage Adolphus, 55 Gerard street, A
Simpson Robert, Heath street, Golborne
Stringfellow Jervis, Haydock
Struthers Betsy, 88 Bridge st. Golborne
Taylor Robert, Haydock
Tunstall Thomas, Haydock
Winstanley John, 12 Heath street. Golborne
Woods Thomas, Church street, Golborne
Wright James, Bolton road, A


Barton Samuel, Heath street, Golborne
Draper Henry, Lowton
Fairhurst John, Warrington road, A
Hewitt Samuel, Park road, N
Lawrenson James, Haydock
Painter William (& funeral furnisher), Ashton
Smith John, Lowton
Waine John, Haydock
Worsley Bros. Lowton


Duxbury Robert, Bolton road, A


Prance Henry, Crow lane, N


Astle Charles Henry, Gerard street, A


Leyland Abraham (& hame), Park Iane
Morris Henry, Park lane
Whitley John & Co. A


Aspinall William. 43 Gerard street, A
Halton Ann. Haydock
Kidd John W. 51 High street, Golborne
Peake Arthur, 77 High street, N; & at Earlestown
Pennington Richard L. High st. Golborne
Roberts Margaret, 9 Gerard street, A
Shawcross J. HaYdock


Ashton Joseph, 75 High St. Golborne
Dobbs Elsie, A
Fearns Thomas, 27 Heath street. Golborne,
Glover William, 89 Church St. Golborne
Hart Alice, 87 Church street, Golborne
Naylor Christopher, 1 Leigh St. Golhorne
Seddon Alice. 4 Bolton road, A
Silcock Thomas, Heath street, Golborne
Unsworth Adam, 105 High street, Golhorne


Brierley Richard, Town hall. N
Clark Christopher F, (for Garswood Coal & Iron Co.), Cranberry lodge, Ashton
Clark George (for W. .T. Legh esq..), Ivy bank, Church street, N
Jackson John (for Richard Evans & Co. Limited, colliery proprietors, Haydock), Thornbank, Haydock
Robins George J. Garswood, Wigan Stone Robert, Newton park, N


Birchall John, Downall green
Birchall Joseph, 21 Church street, Golborne
Bryan Robert, 4 Gerard street, A
Clough Gee. T. Downall Green road,Wigan
Dickens John, Haydock
Howard John, 77 High street, Golborne
Hunt Thomas, 65a, High street, Golborne
Jackson George, Stubshaw cross, A
Lowe Thomas, 47 High street, Golborne
Naylor Peter, 52 Gerard street, A
Phythian Mesa-,, Haydock
Reid Thomas, Haydock
Roberts Mrs 39 High street, Golborne
Shaw Charles, Downall green
Shaw Frederick, Haydock
Sutton James, Heath road, A.
Swift John, Haydock
Taylor Joseph, Lowton common
Twist William, Haydock
Webster James, Lowton
Winstanley William, Park lane


Ashton-in-Makerfield Conservative club, 21 Bolton road, A Andrew Molyneux, secretary
Ashton-in-Makerfield Liberal club, Wigan real A; William Gilbey, secretary
Ashton-in-Makerfield Subscription club, 16 Gerard street, A; James Valiant, sec
Golborne Bowling & Cricket club, High street; Thomas Silcock, secretary
Golborne Conservative club, Salisbury street; James Jenkinson, secretary
Golborne Liberal club, High street; Thomas Twist, secretary
Golborne Working Mens Liberal Club Co. Lim. High street; Thomas Twist, sec
Haydock Cricket club ; Ellis Bartley, hon. secretary
Haydock Cricket &- Bowling club; Edwin Jackson, secretary
Haydock Football club; George H. Hunt, secretary
Newton Nursery Bowling club; David Davies, secretary
Newton-le-Willows Bowling & Cricket club; W. H. Hindley, hon. treasurer; J. Cooke & E. Grace, hon. secretaries
Newton-le-Willows Subscription club, Park road F. A. frost, see. & treasurer
Park Lane Club & Institute, Park lane
Winwick Working Mens club; Thomas Greenhalgh, secretary; Richard Clarke, treasurer
Working Mens club, Town hall, N; John Hunt, secretary


Markland Joseph, Crow lane, N


Charnock David, Stubshaw cross, A
Cook William, Bolton road, A
Duxbury Robert, Bolton road, A
Fearnley C. Downall Green road, Wigan
France Henry, Crow lane
Houghton Henry F. Park road
Houghton Samuel, Brynn road
Worsley William, Lowton


Brynn Hall Colliery Co. Lim. Brynn hall Thomas Barton, secretary

Cross, Tetley & Co. Lim. Bamfurlong Mains collieries, Bamfurlong; Thomas Cook, secretary. T A ” Bamfurlong, Wigan ”
Evans Richard & Co. Lim. Haydock, Ashton Edge green,

Golborne & Parr collieries, near St. Helens; Theodore D. Grimke-Drayton, managing director; Edward J. George., sec. ; W. S. Barrett, manager; John Robinson, agent. TA ” Evans, Haydock ”

Garswood Coal & Iron Co. Lim. Park Lane collieries; C. F. Clark, manager; A. F. Evans, secretary; Liverpool office, 43 Castle street. T A ” Wallsend, Wigan”

Garswood Hall Collieries Co. Lim. Brynn; John Smethurst, manager; Thos.Morris, secretary. T A “Garswood, Wigan”

Park (The) Collieries, Garswood; J. & ii. Stone, proprietors. T A ” Stone, Ashtonin-Makerfield”



Golborne Coffee & Cocoa rooms, High street; Mrs. Allen, manageress



Aspinall Jane, 41 Gerard street, A
Birkett Alice, 18 High street, N B
ritton William, Park lane
Collier Samuel, High street, Golborne
Davies James, 21 Heath street, Golborne
Harrison Jane, 10 Church street, Golborne
Lewis Jane, 37 High street, N
Lowe John, 3 Gerard street, A
Ogden Margaret, 57 High street, Golborne
Pennington Jane, 22 Gerard street, A
Pennington Thomas, 14 Bolton road, A
Redmond James, 18 Bolton road, A
Sanderson Ellen, Warrington road, A
Simpkin Samuel, 9 Bolton road, A
Wakefield John, 29 Heath street, Golborne
Wakefield John, 11 Legh street, Golborne
Walsh Patrick, 23 Gerard street, A
Westbrook Elizabeth, 9 High street, N.



France Henry (carting), Crow lane, N
Kirkham Samuel (carting), Mill lane, N
Pennington & Watson, A
Smith & Painter, Heath road, A
Stone Robert (railway), Newton park, N



Beardman Samuel, Mill lane, N
Crump Thomas H. 6 Liverpool road, A
Greenhalgh John, Armitage green, N
Liverpool Farm Reformatory school, Newton-le-Willows; John Digweed, manager

Garton Peter, Newton-le-Willows



Golborne Mills Co. (80,000 spindles; 900 looms),
Parkside mills, Golborne; ware, house, 23 Faulkner street, Manchester
Smithson Bros. cotton spinners; 6,930 spindles), Bank Heath mill, Golborne; & 9 York street, Manchester. T A ” Smithson, Golborne ”

Kidd John W. 51 High street, Golborne
Peake Arthur, 77 High street, N; & at Earlestown


Bailey William, Lowton common
Baker Alfred, 27 High street, Golborne
Battersby M. & A. Haydock
Beesley Jane, 25 High street, N Bold John, Park Lane
Brown John E. Park Lane
Chatburn Joseph, 1 Liverpool road, A
Edgar Frederick, 27 Gerard street, A
Entwistle William, 95 High st. Golborne
Evans Even T. Haydock
Fenny Thomas, Wigan road, A
Fernley John, Lowton
Griffin Harold, Haydock
Harrison James, 74 High street, Golborne
Hodkinson John, 78 Gerard street, A
Holden William, Bolton road, A
Howard Nathaniel, Blackbrook, Haydock
Ince James, Lowton common
Inghame Mary, 13 & 15 Gerard street, A
Jenkinson E. & M. 23 Heath st. Golborne
Jones James G. 31 Gerard street, A
Keeley Jane, 20 Heath street, Golborne
Lee James H. Bolton road, A
Leigh Friendly Co-operative Societys stores, Newton-le-Willows; Golborn; & Lowton common
Lowe Elizabeth E. Wigan road, A
Lowe Thomas, 31 Heath street, Golborne
MHardy Robert, 73 High street, N
Norcross James, Haydock Park Lane
Co-operative Society Lim. Riley Elizabeth, 12 Gerard street, A
Shaw John, Downall green
Wakefield John, 109 High street, Golborne
Whittle James, 5 Liverpool road, A
Winstanley James 5 Bolton road, A
Winstanley James, 5 Bolton road, A
Withnell Charles A. 2 Heath st. Golborne
Withnell Charles A. 61 High st. Golborne
Yates James, Legh street, Golborne
Yates Roger, High street, Golborne

DRESSMAKERS.(See also Milliners.)

Chatburn Joseph, 1 Liverpool road, A
Cunliffe Mary J. 46 Gerard street, A
Turton S. A. 25 High street, Golborne
Withnell Charles A. 2 Heath st. Golborne
Yates Roger, High street, Golborne

FARMERS In Ashton.

Ambrose & Frost, Edge Green lane
Ball Perry, Blackbrook
Barton Samuel, Edleston
Beesley Frank, HoHinhey
Blackburn Alice, Low brook
Bradburn Isaac, Gladden Hey brow
Bradburn Jacob, Leyland green
Bradburn Peter, Weathercock farm
Cowell Thomas W. Stubshaw cross
Cross, Tetley & Co. Mains
Cunliffe William, Brockstedes
Davies James, Ashton heath
Downall Esther, Downall green
Downall William, Drummers fields
Evans Richard & Co. Florida
Fairhurst John, Arch lane
Fairhurst John, Tythebarn,
Hillock Garswood Coal & Iron Co. Lim. Park Lane
Glover Thomas, Cranbury Lee
Hamilton James, Old Garswood
Hodgkinson Joseph, Cranbury Lee
Hunt William, Home farm
Hurst Edward & Charles, Lily lane
Hurst John, Blackbrook
Jenkins William, Edge green
Johnson Matthew, Nichol lane J
ohnson Nathan, Mill lane
Kersley William, Arch lane
Lowe Thomas, Four hooted cross
Lyon John, Town South side
Pendlebury Thomas, Garswood
Phythian George, Carters fold
Pilling Thomas, Whiteledge green
Pimblett Joseph, Edge Green lane
Pimblett Luke, Edge green
Priestner John, New road
Reeves William & James, Lily lane
Rigby John, jun. Old road
Rigby Thomas, Town green
Rimmer Bros. Soughers lane
Rose Elizabeth, Seneley green
Sethton Joseph, Low hank
Sharp Amelia, Edge green
Stobie James, Brynn
Sutton John, Edge green
Turner James, Moss farm
Warren Matthew, Lily lane
Waterworth James, Seneley green
Wilcock John, Doe Ridings & Ryecroft
Wright James, Edge Green lane

Farmers In Golborne.

Abbott John
Boardman John
Boydell John, Dove house
Fearns Richard, Bank heath
Garton Peter, Dean Dam farm
Hart John
Jenkinson Charles, Bank heath
Knowles Peter, Lowton road
Livesley James, Wigan road
Livesley Richard, Lightshaw hall
Lowe William
Monks Richard, Windy bank
Ormerod Robert
Pierpoint T. & P. Bridge street
Pimblett William, Lowton road
Stanley William, Ashton road
Taylor Mary Wisswell
Wiswall Thomas, Lowton road

farmers In Haydock.

Alker William & Son, Tollbar
Balharry William, The Beeches
Cawley John, Ropery
Cawley William, Kenyon-in-th-Withens
Clare Joseph, Haydock lane
Foster Joseph, Penny lane
Harrison Thomas, Church road
Mort Thomas, Old Boston
Owen John, Canal farm
Rigby James Millfleld lane
Rigby William, Haydock stocks
Sumner James, Canal farm
Wiswell Henry, Penny lane

farmers In Lowton.

Adamson John & Peter Bent John
Bent Samuel
Brown Herbert
Clarke William, Laurel house
Courtney William, Yew tree
Eckersley Richard
Gibbon John, Lowton common
Hall John, Rowbottom farm
Higham George
Howard James, Mossley hall
Lenders Samuel, Fair house
Mather Thomas, Sandobb
Page Matthew, Ivy house
Penkethman Henry, Lowton hall
Percy William, Pocket nook
Scotson James, Little Byrom
Waterworth Nathan, Hollybush
Wood Rachael, Byrom hall
oreley Bros. Lowton

Farmers In Newton.

Abbott Peter, Parkside
Alderson Richard, Crow lane
Berry James, Crow lane
Bridge John, Old Hey
Bridge John, Parkside
Cawley Joseph, Crow lane
Chambers William, Crow lane
Gilbert W. Wilson, Ashton road
Hatton John, Crow lane
Hindley Zachariah, Woodhead
Liverpool Farm Reformatory school; John Digweed, governor
Longton William, Crow lane
Marsh Charles H. Newton heath
Marsh Gilbert, Bough house
Mather Thomas, Burchalls
Mort Thomas, Dingle
Naylor William, Newton common
Pennington Charles & Thomas, Mill lane
Pennington William H. Woodhead
Stone Thomas (exors. of), Newton park
Williams Thomas, New Hey

Farmers In Winwick.

Alker Arthur
Mather Thomas
Blackledge John
Pennington Mary E
Brock John
Pollit Ralph
Derbyshire John
Shaw Thomas C
Dumbell Maria
Swinton Joseph
Ellam Lucy
Unsworth John
Jepson Ann
Warburton James Kerfoot Jas. & Thos Warburton
Thomas Longton Peter


Hodkinson Bros. Ashton-in-Makerfleld
Hodgkinson Edward, Providence works, A
Lowe John, Ashton-in-Makerfleld
Whitley John & Co. Ashton-in-Makerfield


Elsey Alfred, 103 High street, Golborne


Chappell Richard, Wigan road, A
Cook William, Haydock
Elsey Alfred, 103 High street, Golborne
Goodier William, 53 High street, Golborne
Hughes Lot, Bolton road A
Mather David, 66 Heath street, Golborne
Mather William, 99 High street, Golborne
Owen Mary, 44 Gerard street, A
Smith John, Haydock
Thomson Peter, 89 High street, N
Ward Stephen George, 63 High street, N


Swift William, 25 Gerard street, A
Winnard William, Heath street, Golborne


Duxbury Robert, Bolton road, A


Wilson John, Church street, N

Walton R. & Co. (flint), Newton-le-Willows


Borron Charles & Co. Crow lane, N. T A ` Borron, Newton-le-Willows ”


Green John (Clue, size & soap manufacturer), St. Mary`s, Lowton-T A ” GREEN, Lowton”


Andrews Thomas, Haydock
Ashall Ann, Haydock
Ashton Thomas, 37 High street, Golborne
Bailey William, Lowton common
Barlow James A.107 High street, Golborne
Barton Samuel, 71 Heath street, Golborne
Battersby M. & A. Haydock
Beesley William, Simms Lane End
Bent Mary A. Lowton road, Golborne
Bent Mary Ann, 73 Church street, Golborne
Berry Joseph, Hulme, Winwick
Bethell Stephen, 131 High street, 8J
Blundell Margaret (& spirit), 69 High street
Boardman Samuel, 60 Mill lane, N
Boardman Samuel A. Downall green
Boardman William, 76 Gerard street, A
Bold John, Park Lane
Boulton Thomas, Crow lane, N
Briscoe Ellen, Haydock
Britton William, Park Lane
Budsworth James, 28 Heath street,Golborne
Burgess Frederick, Mill lane, N
Burke Aim, 14 Heath street, Golborn
Caldwell William, Heath street, Golborne
Carley Andrew, Stubshaw cross, A
Carter George, 40 Heath st . Golborne
Caunce Alfred, Bridge street, Golborne
Clare Jane, Haydock
Cottom Richard, 111 Bolton road, A
Cowell Wesley, 73 Bolton road, A
Crump Thomas H. 6 Liverpool road, A
Cunliffe James, Haydock
Cunliffe Peter, Haydock
Cunliffe Thomas, Haydock
Cunliffe William, Haydock
Davies Herbert H. Park lane
Davies James, 77 Heath street, Golborne
Duncalf Samuel, 16 & 18 Bolton road, A, Newton & Park lane
Dyke Joseph, 40 Heath road, A
Fernley John, Lowton
Forshaw J. Haydock
Glover Sarah, 9 Wigan road, Golborne
Glover William, 89 Church st. Golborne
Greenslade Mary Jane, 3 High street Haydock
Griffin Harold, Haydock
Griffiths Bros. 53 Gerard street, A
Hackett James, Wigan road, A
Hales William, Haydock
Hall John F. 33 Warrington road, A
Hall Margaret L. 67 High street, H
Harper Ernest, Simms Lane end
Hatton Margaret, Legh street., Golborne
Hayes William, Mercer street, N
Hazleton Simon, 37 Gerard street, A, & 22 Heath street, Golborne
Higham Elizabeth, Haydock
Hill Peter, 26 Gerard street, A
Hinchliffe Joseph, 54 Gerard street, A
Hodkinson John, Edge Green lane
Holding Joseph, Tanners lane, Golborne
Honderwood Robert, 13 Legh at. Golborne
Houghton Joseph, 70 Gerard street, A
Howarth James, Lowton common
Howe John, 49 High street, Golborne
Hurst Thomas, Lowton
Ince John, Lowton common
Jameson Thomas, 2 Heath road, A
Kirkham George, Mill lane, N
Knox Eliza, 92 High street, H
Latimer William J. 74 Gerard street, A
Lawton Jane, 68 High street., N
Leech Thomas, Wigan Old road, A
Leigh Friendly Co-operative Society Stores, 49 High street & at Heath street, Golborne, & Lowton common
Leivesley James, Haydock
Litherland Richard, Haydock Lowe Mary, Legh street, Golborne
Lowe Thomas, 6 Gerard street, A
Macduff Matthew, Mill lane, Haydock
McKenzie James, Park lane
Marsh William, 96 Bridge st . Golborne
Mather Elizabeth, 58 Heath at. Golborne
Mercer Robert, Park lane
Middehnrst Adam, Haydock
Mitten Matthew, 37 Heath road, A
Mort Jesse, Lowton road, Golborne
Mort Joseph, Lowton
Moss Joseph, Edge Green lane
Naylor Christopher, 1 Legh at. Golborne
Naylor Thomas, Downall green
Norcross Daniel, Haydock
Openshaw Robert, Legh street, Golborne
Orimston Thomas, Lowton
Park Lane Co-operative Society Limited, Bolton road, A; & Brynn, Wigan
Pearson Thomas, Mercer street, N.
Peet William, 78 High street, Golborne
Rampling James, 64 Gerard street, A
Ratcliffe L. & A. 83 High street, Golborne
Ridyard Peter, 6 Heath street, Golborne
Rimmer William G. 13 High street
Roberts Thomas, 32 Gerard street, A
Shaw Ellen, 62 Gerard street, A
Shaw John, Downall green, North Ashton
Silcock Elizabeth, 63 Legh st. Golborne
Simm Joseph, Stubshaw cross, A
Sloped Jacob, 60 Gerard street, A
Smart John, Stubshaw cross, A
Smith Thomas, haydock
Stanley Mary Ann, 74 Bolton road, A
Stringfellow Jervis, Haydock
Sudworth John, 33 Liverpool road, A
Sutton Elizabeth, 58 Gerard, street, A
Sutton Thomas, Haydock
Sweetlove William, Winwick
Talbot P. 27 Warrington road, A
Talbot Frederick, Heath road, A
Taylor Henry, Lowton road, Golborne
Taylor James, 97 High street, Golborne
Taylor John, Heath road, A
Travers William, 56 High street, Golborne
Tunstall James, Edge Green lane
Turton George, Haydock
Turton James, Haydock
Turton John, Ashton road, Golborne
Turton John, 1 Wigan road, Golborne
Turton Jonathan, 36 Heath street, Golborne
Unsworth Adam, 105 High street, Golborne
Unsworth Henry, 93 Church st. Golborne
Unsavorth John, 6a High street, Golborne
Varnhom John, Haydock Waine John, Haydock
Wakefield Thomas, 68 High street,Golborne
Walton Grave, Crow lane, N
Watson Ellen, 4 Liverpool road, A
Westhead Ellen, 12 Bolton road, A
Westhead John, Edge Green lane
Whitfield William, Haydock
Widdows, Samuel, Lowton road, Golborne
Williams Robert, Crippins Bldgs.Wigan rd
Williams Robert, Stubshaw cross, A
Winstanley Henry, Haydock
Winstanley Matthew, Armitage green, N
Wood Joseph, Edge Green lane
Worsley Henry, 98 Bridge street, Golborne
Wright Nathaniel, Wigan road, A


Bibby Joseph, 22 Wigan road, A
Burchall Martha, 8 Gerard street, A
Hewitt William, 6 High street, N
Nicholas John, 6 Heath street, Golborne
Roberts Thomas, 8 Bolton road, A
Roberts Thomas, 2 Gerard street. A
Stringer A. R. 89 High street, Golborne


Clegg John G. 34 Heath street, Golborne


Crompton Thomas (iron merchant & hinge, latch & lock manufacturer), Ashton, near Wigan-T IA “CROMPTON, Park lane, Wigan ”

Hill Thomas & Co. Ashton Heath, N
Leyland A. & Son, Park lane
Lowe George, Downdall green
Lowe George, Park lane
Lowe Henry, Park Lane
Rigby & Greer, Heath road, A
Vernon Richard,
Whitley John & Co. (manufacturers of wrought iron hinges, thumb latches, Banbury & plate locks, Lancashire tools, files &c.), Ashton-T A “Wm 1 .
Ashton-in-Makerfleld ”

HOTELS.(See also Public Houses.)

Vernon Richard, Ashton-in-Mekerfield
Gerards Arms, John Armstrong, 35 Gerard street, A
Newton bridge, N
Legh Arms, Wm. Berry,
Pied Bull, William Dorman, 68 High St
Railway Hotel, John Parr, Golborne
Robin Hood (family & commercial),William Painter, Ashton


Alliance-Richard Peake, Lowton
Guardian Plate Glass-John Adams, park road, N
Lancashire-John Adams, Park road, N
Liverpool & London & Globe-William Hindley, Park road, N
London & Provincial-George Church cottage, Haydock
North British & Mercantile-Lewis Robins Garswood Estate office, Wigan
Northern-James Hill, 13 Brynn & St, o It.;
Richard Barton, High st. N
Peake, Lowton N
Royal”-Tames E. Pardey, Park road,
Richard Peake, Lowton
Scottish Equitable. Matthews, Haydock,
Scottish Widows Fund-Henry Town hall, N


Vulcan Foundry Co. Limited, Vulcan. ” Vulcan, Newton-le-Willows


Beswick John, Rich street. Golborne
Cardiner Williaam, Bolton roil. A
Eckersley Lane, `3 legh street Golborne
Kay William, 116 Gerard Lane. A
Rigby William H, Church street, Golborne
Swift, William, 25 Gerard street, A
Talbert J. & S. 32 Heath street, Golborne
Wilkinson Thomas, 66 High street, N


Anderton IT. & J. Downall green
Cunliffe Henry, Downall green
Cunliffe Miles, Downall green
Green William, Wigan road, A
Laybourn Nathan, 42 High st. Golborne
Pennington & Watson, Heath road, A
Smith & Painter, Heath road, A
Travers Thomas L. Lowton
Wakefield. James, Golborne
Wakefield John, Railway view, Golborne


Newton, Ashton & Golborne Building Soc. Town hall, N; John Adams, secretary


Melling & Son, Golborne
Pardrey James E. (for W. J. Legh M.P.), The Elms, High street, N
R Dins George J. (to Right Hon. Lord Gerard), Garswood house, Ashton cross,N


Haydock Lodge Private Asylum, Ashton, near Newton-le-Willow-Proprieters,Drs. Beamon & Street ; resident medical superintendent, 0. T. Street L.R.C.P.Lond., M.R.C.S.Eng. ; chaplain, Rev. H Siddall B.A. (vicar of Ashton); steward, Ernest. Webb. T N 3; T A ” Street, Ashton-in-Makerfield ”

Ronayne William, High street, N

MANUFACTURERS OF COTTON GOODS. (See Cotton Spinners & Manufacturers.)

Buckley John, Lowton

Ronayne William, High street, N


Chathurn Joseph, 1 Liverpool road, A
Cunliffe Mary J. 46 Gerard street, A
Turton S. A. 25 High street, Golborne
Yates Roger, High street, Golborne

Clegg Bros. Turton street, Golborne

Prescott Henry, Downall green
Winstanley James, 5 Bolton road, A

Dobbs Else, 6 Warrington road, A
Pennington Mary, Haydock

Arnott. C. E. Lime House nurseries, Lowton
Boardman William, The Nurseries, Lowton
Randall John, 136 High street, N

Burrows Peter, Haydock
Fletcher Thomas, 101 High street, N
Pierpoint John Ashton-in-Makerfield
Rigby William V. 47 Heath street & Church street, Golborne
Rostron Joseph, 93 High street, Golborne
Simm Charles, Wigan road, A
Unsworth & Roberts, Warrington road, A
Waring George, 81 High street, N
Winstanley W. & M. 29 High street, N

Gillespie & Mason Limited, Newton Paper Mill, Newton-leWillows-TA “PAPER Newton-le-Willows”
Mitchell, Arnott & Co. (paper hangings manufacturers), Brookside Mill, Golborne-T A ” MITARN, Golborne ”

Kay Thomas, Mill lane, N

Harrison Martha, 38 Heath street, Golborne
Jackson Ann, 79 & 81 High street,Golborne
Royle Elizabeth, 12 & 14 Brynn street, A


Dodd James M.R.C.S., L.R.O.P. 3 Railway rd, Golborne,
Hannah Nathan L.R.O.P.Edln. Rook house, Gerard street, A
Hayward T. B., M.B. Haydock


Ashton-in-Makerfield Recreation Society; C. Hodgkinson, secretary
Cave-Brown Protestant Institute, Ashtonin-Makerfield; C, Hodgkinson, sec
Conservative (Newton Division),Church st.;Hon, Lord Gerard, president ;Thomas H. Pearson J.P. chairman & hon. see.; Wm. Mawdsley, registration agent
Garswood Hall Colliery Co.Institute, Wigan road, A ; William Prance, sec
Makerfield Ploughing Soc. ;T. A. Frost, sec
Newton-le-Willows Horticultural Society;T. E. Wilkinson, secretary
Park Lane Club & Institute, Park lane

Jenkins & Unsworth, High street, Golborne
Travers John, Bank cottage, Golborne

Ashcroft Peter, Tanners lane, Golborne
Taylor J. Warrington road, A

SURGEONS.See Physicians & Surgeons.

Bennie Chas. S. (highway), Woosley street, Golhorne
Brierley Richard C.E. (to the Newton Improvement Commissioners),Town hall,N
Clark George (for W, J. Legh esq..) Ivy bank, Church street N
Jackson John (for 11. Evans & Co. Lim.), Thorn bank, Haydock
Latham Richard (for R. Evans & Co. Limited), Haydock
MGill Robert (assistant to the Right Hon. Lord Gerard), Ashton cross, N
Robins George J. (to the Right Hon. Lord Gerard), Garswood house, Ashton cross,N

Baker Alfred, 27 High street, Golborne
Bartley Richard, 27 High street, N
Bate James, Lowton
Dunn James, 57 Gerard street, A
MHardy Robert, 73,High street, N
Openshaw John, High street, Golborne
Pilling Thomas, Haydock
Royle Elizabeth, 12 & 14 Brynn street, A
Touhey John, 1 Heath street, Golborne
Turner John, 207 High street, N
Walker John, Wigan road, A
Winstanley George, Liverpool road, A
Winstanley James, 5 Bolton road, A

Travers Thomas L. Lowton

Barton Joseph, Park lane
Swift William, 25 Gerard street, A
Winnard William, 16 Heath street, Golborne

Blackmore William, Church st , Golborne

Collier James, 64 High street, Golborne
Lowe John, 3 Gerard street, A
Williamson Joseph, 101 High st, Golborne

Hewitt Samuel M.R.C.V.S. Park road, N

Eccles Robert, SS High street, Golborn
Eckersley Edward, 25 Heath st . Golborne
Swift Thomas, 17 Gerard street, A

Hampson John T. Lanehead, Lowton
Kay Thomas, Albert street, A
Markland Joseph (& coach builder), Crow lane, N
Pickton David, Winwick
Pimblett Thomas, Lowton road, Golborne
Pimblett William, Lowton road, Golhorne
Sankey James, High street, N

Openshaw Joseph, 19 Park road, Golborne; & at St. John street, Manchester


Boardman W. (agent to W. & A. Gilbey.Limited), 76 Gerard street, A
Blundell Margaret, 60 High street, N

Wilkinson Thomas, 68 High street, N


Adam John, clerk, Banchory cot. Park rd.N,
Bridgeman Orlando, cashier, 70 Cross lane,Earlestown, N
Fairclough Peter, organist, Park road, N:
Prance William, cashier, Bolton road, A
Frost F, A. cashier, 24 High street, N
Hindley William H. cashier, Park road, N


EARLESTOWN is an ecclesiastical parish, formed May 17, 1879, from the civil parish of Newton-in-Makerfield, midway between Manchester and Liverpool, 4 miles east from St, Helens, 4 1/2 miles north from Warrington and one from Newton-in-Makerfield, with a junction station on the London and North Western railway, in the union and county court district of Warrington, rural deanery of Winwick, archdeaconry of Warrington and diocese of Liverpool.

The church of St, John the Baptist was consecrated and the district assigned In 1879: the building, erected in 1878 at a cost of £8,000, is in the Early English style, consisting of chancel, nave, aisles, transepts and a western porch: it will seat 600 people.

The register dates from the year 1879. The living is a vicarage, gross yearly value £200, with residence, In the gift of the rector of Newton-in-Makerfield, and held since 1879 by the Rev. Thomas Roberts Matthews, of St. Bees.

There are Primitive Methodist, Wesleyan and Welsh methodist chapels. A Mechanics Institute has been erected at considerable expense by the London and North Western Railway for the use of their workmen, comprising lecture hall and dinning rooms capable of accommodating from 600 to 800 persons.

A market is held on Friday.

The London and North Western Railway Company have a large establishment here for building their waggons, and employ about 1,200 hands, and the sugar refinery of the Sankey Sugar Company is situated near.

Lord Newton D.L., J.P. of Lyme Hall, Stockport, is the sole landowner.

The population of the ecclesiastical parish in 1891 was 6,688.

Parish Clerk, Walter Stacey, Market street

Post, 31. 0. & T. 0., S. B. & Annuity & Insurance Office, Earle street, Earlestown.-Herbert Birkhead, postmaster. Letters arrive from Newton-le-Willows at 7 a.m. & 4 p.m.; dispatched at 1.30, 7.30 & 8 p.m

Post, M. l). & T. 0., s. B. & Annuity & Insurance Office, 338 Wargrave road.-,lames Beatty, (postmaster. Letters arrive from Newton-le-Willows; dispatched et 7.30 a.m. & 6 p.m

Post, M[. 0. 0., S. B. Annuity & Insurance Office, Legh street. Letters through Newton-lc-Willows dispatched at 8.16 a.m. & 1.20, 6 & 6.26 p.m

Registrar of Births, Deaths & Marriages & Relieving officer, Thomas Bowies, 42 Bridge street

Police Station, 74 Market street, Andrew Kelly, inspector

Places of Worship, with times of services.
St. John the Baptist Church, Earlestown, Rev. Thomas Roberts Matthews. vicar; Rev. Eugene Walter Whittenbury Kaye, curate; 10.30 a.m. & 6.30 p.m.; wed. 7 p.m

Baptist (Welsh), Houghton street, Earlestown; 10.30 a.m. & 6.30 p.m

Baptist, Market street; 10,30 a.m. & 6 p.m

Calvinist Chapel, Tamworth street

Primitive Methodist, Earlestown; 10.30 a.m. & 6 p.m.; there. 7 p.m

National (mixed), Wargrave, built in 1845, for 374 children; average attendance, 225; Richard Chandley, master;

Vitriol square; average attendance, 70; Miss Hill, mistress

National (mixed), Earlestown, built in 1891, for 608 children; average attendance, 627; Alexander Brown, master; Mfrs. Emma Brown, mistress

Catholic (mixed), Crow lane, built in 1872, for 300 children; average attendance, 210; Miss H. E. Cockram, mistress; MISS G. Shell, infants mistress

Brunswick Wesleyan (mixed), Cross lane, Earlestown, for 624 children; average attendance, 504; George Burgess, mister; Miss Elizabeth M. Tait, certificated mistress; & for 143 infants; average attendance, 122; Miss Mary Ellen Williams, mistress

Vulcan (mixed), built In 1839, for 144 children; average attendance, 91; Miss Mary E. Laithwaite, mistress

School Attendance Inspector, John Ball, 77 Cross lane Assembly Rooms, Town hall, Market street

Earlestown Guardian & Makerfield Advertiser, 13 Bridge street, Samuel Harvey, proprietor & publisher; published sat

Earlestown & Newton Examiner, Market street, J. Walker & Co. proprietors; published Fri.

Railway Station.
L. & N. W. Railway, Earlestown junction, Thomas Young, station master; William Parkinson, goods agent Railway Waggon Works, J, W. Emmott, superintendent

WARGRAVE is a village about a mile from Earlestown.

VULCAN is a village, close to Wargrave, and on the London and North Western Railway, between Earlestown and Warrington, consisting of a large number of cottages, Inhabited by the employees of the Vulcan Foundry Company Limited, from whIch the place derives its name.

COLLINS GREEN Is a portion of Burton Wood 6 miles northwest from Warrington, and has a station on the Liverpool and Manchester section of the London and North Western railwayHere is a colliery, the property of the Collins Green Colliery Company Limited.

Post, M. 0. & T. 0., S. B. & Annuity & Insurance Office, Collins Green.-Ann Perrin, postmistress. Letters through Newton-le-Willows arrive at 8.30 a.m. & 5.30 p.m.; Pa 9.30 a.m. & 6 p.m

Railway Station, Edward Dawson, station master


Bell Robert, 67 Cross lane
Borron Charles B. The Cottage, Wargrave
Brierley Richard, Sunnyside, St. Helens rd
Brunton Richard, 66 Cross lane
Collingwood William, Wargrave
Corlett Benj. Lezayre house, Cross lane
Carson Rev. James M.A. (rector Emmanuel), The Rectory, Wargrave
Davies Rev. Edward R. (Primitive Methodist), 65 Cross lane
Cottom Rev. Jas. (Baptist), Earle street
Emmett James W. Earle cottage, Earle at Handyside Arthur, Market street
Hazleton Simon, Caulfield ho. Market st
Hibbert Wm. Laburnum villa, Cross lane
Hill Mrs. Helen L. 75 Cross lane
Hewitt Thomas, 49 Cress lane
Jackson Andrew, Bank house, Collins grn
Johnstone Rev. Frederick Willock (curate St. Peters), Fairclough street
Jones Rev. Thomas Wynne (Wesleyan),Willows lodge, Cross lane.
Kaye Rev. Eugene Walter Whittenbury,(curate St. Johns), Cross lane
Kilshaw Thomas, Ivy house, 45 Cross lane
Longton Henry J. The Alders, 54 Cross la
Matthews Rev. Thomas Robert (vicar St. Johns), The Vicarage, Market street
Mouncey Charles J. 16 Haydock street
Norman Walter, Vulcan
Patterson John N. Lismore ho. Cross lane
Sloe John, Moss house, Wargrave
Tayleur Henry Edwd. Holly ho. Wargrave
Thompson Thomas, Bothwell Bank
Thompson William, jun. Larkfield
Thompson William, Sankey hill
Thorp John W. Wellesley house, St.Helens road
Toft Richard B. 59 Cross lane
Valentine William, Haydock street

AGENTS. (Sea also Insurance Offices & Agents.)

Ashcroft Benjamin (for Richard Evans & Co. Lim. coal proprs.), Haydock street
Austin William, jun. (for MHatties farm seeds), 26 Legh street
Aveline G. F. (estate agent to London & North-Western Railway Co.), 5 Vitriol sq Garland Joe. S. (for the Albo-carbon Light Co.), 34 Market street
Jackson Thomas (coal), 47 Cross lane
Kay Daniel (for River Plate Fresh Meat Co. Lim.), 126 Market street
Latimer Thomas (house agent), 69 Cross La
Stringer Joseph & Son (emigration), 15 Earle street
Taylor John (for Collins Green Colliery Co. Limited), 12 Queen street

Beesley Thomas, 2 Bridge street

Mills William, 78 Cross lane

Austin William, 34 Legh street
Bethell Stephen, 3 & 5 Bridge street
Earlestown Industrial Co-operative Society Limited, Earle street;Thomas Hargreaves, secretary
Hatton John, 27 Fairclough street
Howe John, St. John street
Molyneus Thomas, Market street
Potter John, 68 Legh street
Thompson Peter, 31 Bridge street


Parrs Banking Co. & The Alliance Bank Lim. 2 Bridge street; open on monday, Wednesday & Friday, from 10.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. ; draw on head office, Bartholomew lane, London EC

Bent Edward L. Vulcan
Forster James H. 47 Houghton street
Morris Richard, Wargrave

Pope Thomas, King street


Birkhead Herbert, 9 Earle street
Clarke Thomas, 33 Market street
Harvey Samuel, 13 Bridge street

Astley James, Collins green
Birkhead Bros. 7 Earle street
Axon John, 18 Queen street
Blinston William, Cross lane
Busby William, 59 Legh street
Clough Z. 242 Earle street
Earlestown Industrial Co-operative Society Limited, Earle street; Thomas Par. greaves, secretary
Haynes Henry, 38 Market street & 27 Earle street
Haynes William, 85 Legh street Hill William, 22 Market street
Lambert John, Oxford street
Molyneux Thos. (dealer), 28 Market street
Public Benefit Boot Co. 20 Bridge street
Roberts John, 34 Queen street
Sephton John, 28 Legh street
Woods James, 30 Queen street

Forshaw Richard, Collins Green Brewery

Bailey Edward & Richard, Hotel street

Allen Henry, Market street
Bent Edward L. Vulcan
Clarke William, 52 Legh street
Clarke Mrs. Eliza, 35 Market street
Doran James, Collins green
Hemmons Louisa. Cross lane
Holland John, 4 Bridge street
Hughes Joseph, 45 Market street
Hulme Christopher, 16 Bridge street
Jones John, 23 Bridge street
Jones Richard, 6 Bridge street
Marr Henry A. Market street
Morris Louis 1V. 27 Legh street
Naylor Peter, 12 Earl street.
Nevitt Thomas, 27 Queen street
Reiss Charles, 28 Bridge street
River Plate Fresh Meat Co. Limited, 6 Oxford street
Walton Mrs. Harriet, 18 Market street
Waywell Peter, 150 Wargravo rd. Wargrave
Wilde George William, 22 Legh street
Winstanley Matthew, 43 Legh street & 5 Queen street

Goodwin Edward, 50 Cross lane
Scott William, Haydock street

Sanderson Thomas, Cross lane

Brown Francis A. 14 Market street
Peake Arthur, 22 Queen street
Taylor Mrs. Annie, 7 Bridge street

I Clarke John, 15 Bridge street
Stirling & Co. 9 Queen street

Hill William, 25 Legh street
Roberts John, 34 Queen street

Earlestown Conservative club (T. Hezeldon, sec.), Earle street

Cunliffe John, 2 Nelson street
Haskins Isaac, Legh street
Kynaston John, 123 Legh street
Lomas John, Viaduct street,
Mort George, 52 Market street
Roberts Robert, Haydock street & 69 Sankey street
Smith Nathaniel, 6 Chemical street
Sumner David, 25 Fairclough street

Collins Green Colliery Co. Limited, Collins green T N 42; T A “Collins Green Colliery, Earlestown ”

Austin Thomas, Cross lane
Bethell Stephen, 3 & 5 Bridge street
Clarke John, 8 Bridge street
CunlifFe John, 76 Market street
Derbyshire John W. 11 Market street
King George S. 22 Bridge street
Nuttall E. 36 Queen street
Owen George E. 3 Haydock street
Roberts Mrs. Ellen, 206 Wargrave road
Sharples Thomas, 6 Queen street
Sharrock Richard, 39 Legh street
Wallace Frank, 11 Queen street

CONTRACTORS. (See also Joiners & Builders.)
Beatty William (joiner, builder & general contractor & sawmiller), Wargrave road
Davies David, Haydock street
Findley Samuel, 70 Market street
Fitzgerald Brothers (joiners, builders, slaters &general contractors &c.), Haydock street


Aspinall Edward, Vitriol square
Judge Thomas, Market square

Birchall Mrs. Mary, 13 Haydock street
Howarth George, 96 Earle street
Insley John, 9 Wellington street
Wilson Mrs. Jane, 4 Cross lane

Higham J. Cross lane
Parkinson James Henry, 7 Bridge street
Peake Arthur, 20 & 22 Queen street

Gordon Patrick, 15 Market street
Walker William, 8 Oxford street

Ball Thomas, Earle street
Cawley William C. 27 Bridge street
Chambers Frederick, 13 Earle street
Earlestown Industrial Co-operative Society Limited, Earle street; Thomas Hargreaves secretary
Evans & MClure, 1 Bridge street
Evans Evan T. 17 Market street
Inca Miss Mary A. 32 Market street
MMahon Patrick, 10 Market street
Marsden Mrs. Sarah ,T. 38 Queen street
Molyneux Thomas, 39 Market street
ONeill Miss Rose, 32 Queen street
Owen George, 11 Bridge street
Prescott Mrs. Mary, 60 Legh street
Watkinson Mrs. Ann, 7 Wellington street
Watson Miss Alice, 59 Market street

DRESSMAKERS. *Milliners.
Baybut Elizabeth, 46 Cross lane
Booth Miss Charlotte A. Cross lane
Blackburn Mrs. Ellen, 354 Wargrave road
Coombs Miss Sarah A. 11 Haydock street
*Evans & M,Clure, 1 Bridge street
*Evans Evan T. 17 to 23 Market street
lnce Miss Mary Ann, 32 Market street
Isgar Miss Ellen W. St. Helens road
Jones Sarah A. Wargrave road
Leather Emily, 42 Earle street
ONeil Rose, 32 Queen street
Peet Miss Rachel, 124 Market street
Pope Miss Elizabeth, 8 Princes street S
edoskie Miss Mary J. 51 Legh street
Statham Miss Alice, 9 Haydock street
Watson Miss Alice, 59 Market street

Lawson William & Co. (&trade brass finishers), Providence Works, Wargrave, Newton-leWillows
Slee John & Co. Earlestown Engineering works, Earlestown. T A ” Slee, Earlestown ”
Vicars T. & T. Earlestown. T A ” Vicars, Earlestown ”
Vulcan Foundry Co. Lim. T A “Vulcan, Newton-le-Willows ”

FARMERS. In Collins Green.
Critchley William
Hayes James
Fairclough John
Parkinson William
Gilroy Henry
Shaw William Halford John

FARMERS In Earlestown
Alderson Richard
Mort Thomas
Berry James
Chambers William

FARMERS In Wargrave.
Bridge John
Tushingham Ralph
Litherland Joseph
Williams Thomas
Pritchard Sarah

Earlestown Industrial Co-operative Society Limited, Earle street; Thomas Hargreaves, secretary
Evans Evan T. 17 to 23 Market street
Jones William, 42 Market street
Molyneux Thomas, 41 Market street
Pickett 0. 64 Market street
Winstanley & Co. 41 Legh street & 1 Queen street

Burke Margaret, 26 Queen street.
Derbyshire William, 78 Market street
Dunn John, 41 Market street
Evans Thomas, 178 Earle street
Forshaw Peter, 25 Bridge street
Harrop Edward, 13 Wellington street
Lovesey Mrs. Lydia, 51 Legh street
Mort George, 52 Market street
Okell William, 55 Legh street
Riley John, 12 Bridge, Street
Roberts John, 25 Haydock street

GROCERS & TEA DEALERS. (See also Shopkeepers &co.)
Aspinall Joseph, Collins green
Austin William (& corn factor), 32 & 34 Legh street
Beatty James, Wargrave road
Bent Edward L. Vulcan
Bethelt Stephen, 3 Bridge street
Downes Ernest (grocer & pro. vision dealer). 12 Oxford street
Duncalf Samuel, 8 Market street
Earlestown Industrial Co-operative Society Limited, Earle street; Thomas Hargreaves, secretary
Eckersley Joseph, 1 Regent street
Galligan Thomas, 28 Sankey street
Gibbins Alan, King street
Hales Joseph, 234 Earle street
Hatton John, 27 Fairclough street
Hazleton Simon, 30 Market street & 4 Oxford street
Howe John, 40 Market street
Into James, 30 Market street
Littler Joseph W. 13 Market street
MDormott Michael, 36 & 40 Derby street
Mather Thomas, Newton common
Molyneux Thomas, 37 Market street
Rudd Theresa, 30 Bridge street
Siddeley Nathaniel, 8 Earle street
Thompson Peter, 31 Bridge street & 66 Legh street
Tort Richard Bent, 19 Bridge street
Watkin Morris, 72 Market street

Doyle Francis, 10 Earle street
Kilmister Sidney, 20 Oxford street
Nolan John, 2 Bridge street
Stringer Joseph & Son, 16 Market street & 16 Earle street

Boardman Charles, Stanley street
Marsh Henry, 11 Wellington street
Pill Mrs. Mary Ellen, 23 Wargrave road

Longton Peter, Haydock street

British Empire-John Roberts, 34 Queen st
County (fire)-Philip Chandley, 129 Earls st.
Guardian-Philip Chandley, 129 Earle st
Liverpool & London & Globe-William H. Atthold, 4 Queen street
London & General Plate Glass ,Robert Peel, Wargrave lane
London & Lancashire-John Roberts, 34 Queen st. & William Austin, 26 Legh st
Pearl (life)-Francis M`Cawley, 27 Lord st
Plate Glass-Philip Chandley, 129 Earle st
Prudential-William Rowe, 61 Cross lane,

Refuge-Thomas Latimer, Cross lane
Scottish Alliance-Jos. Stringer & Son, 16 Earle street
Wesleyan & General-John Cain Nash, 20 Earle street

Lawson & Co. (& trade brass finishers), Providence Works, Wargrave, Newton-le-Willows
Slee John & Co. Earlestown Engineering works, Earlestown. T .L ” Slee, Earlestown ”
Vicars T, & T. Earlestown. T A “Vicars, Earlestown ”
Vulcan Foundry Co. Lim. Vulcan. T A Vulcan, Newton-le-Willows ”

Clarke John, 16 Bridge street
Garland Joseph S. 34 Market street
Needhan Ellen, 31 Queen street
Ring Astley, 26 Bridge street

JOINERS & BUILDERS. (See also Contractors.)
Ashcroft William, Alma street
Beatty William, Wargrave road, Wargrave
Bunting Eli, Wargrave road
Corlett Benjamin, King street
Davies David, haydock street
Fitzgerald Brothers, Haydock street
Scott William, Haydock street
Whitfield Robert, Newton common


Orrell John, Legh street
Owen William Whitley, Legh street

LINEN DRAPERS, See Drapers-General.

Fairclough James & Son, Fairclough st

MILLINERS. See Dressmakers.

Birkhead Arthur, 9 Earle street
Eckersley Edward, Cross lane
Leather Martha, 12 Queen street

Clarke Thomas, 33 Market street
Harvey Samuel, 13 Bridge street
Kenny Thomas, 28 Queen street
Camm James, 6 Earle street
Sturgess Mrs. Ellen, 48 Earle street

Jones William, 26 & 27 Market street

Unsworth Thomas, 61 Cross street

Handyside Arthur, L.R.O.P.Edln. Market sMouncey Charles J., M.B., C.M. Edin. 16 Haydock street
Patterson John N. Lismore house, Cross la
Valentine William, L.R.C.P.Edin. 34 Haydock street

Clarke John, Bridge street
Pill Robert, Wargrave road
Starkie John (& painter), 24 Market street
Taylor Thomas, 108 Legh street
Waring Thomas (& painter & decorator), 14 Oxford street

Harvey Samuel, 13 Bridge street
Lane John H. (& publisher $of Lanes Local Railway Guide),42 Cross lane

Caffery Dominic, Earle street

North Wales Sulphur Mining Co. Limited Owen Edwards, sec.), 63 Cross lane

Griffin hotel, Thomas Hamer, 94I Earle street
New Market, William Melling, 47 Market st
Oddfellows Arms, James Lythgoe, 61 Legh street
Pear Tree, Richard Naylor, Collins Green
Prince of Wales, Richard Lythgoe, 31 Earle street
Railway, George Appleton, Railway street
Rams Head, Thomas Forster, 2 Earle st
Royal, Charles A. Owen, Cross lane
Ship, Mrs. Jane Hayes, Newton Common lock
Swan-with-two-Necks, George Naylor, Newton Common
Viaduct, Alfred Tunstall, 210 Earle street
Victoria, Mrs. Mary Harrison, Wargrave
Wargrave, Mrs. Hannah Williamson, Wargrave
Wellington, John W. Thorp, 37 Earle street

Gray David, 13 Tamworth street

SHOPKEEPERS. (See also Grocers & Tea Dealers.)
Adams Louis G. 121 Legh street
Andrews William, Newton common
Armstrong William, 27 Viaduct street
Bailey John, 56 Market street
Bethell Augustus, 26 Tamworth street
Birkenhead Samuel, 305 Wargrave road, Wargrave
Connell Michael, 67 Legh street
Carrington Mrs. Mary Hannah, 66 Market st
Clarke Mrs. Catherine, 16 Queen street
Cooper Jacob, 121 Legh street
Crosby John, 75 Legh street
Eachus Frederick, 102 Legh street
Fazakerley John, 62 Market street
Galligan Mrs. Annie, 80 Legh street
Gordon Patrick, 15 Market street
Gutteridge Josiah, 161 Wargrave road, Wargrave
hayward John, 4 Chemical street
Harrison Alice, Earle street
Horton P. Collins Green
Hughes William, 15 Wargrave road
Jenney John, 238 Earle street
Millard Thomas, Vitriol square
Morley Edward, 24 Queen street
Morris James, 21 Viaduct street
Marts George, 52 Market street
Ogden John, 33 Earle street
Peak Mrs. Mary, 472 Wargrave road, Wargrave
Potter John, 68 Legh street
Potts Thomas, 32 Earle street
Price Mrs. Elizabeth, 9 Sankey street
Price Thomas, 103 Legh street
Ramsden James, Newton common
Rushton Robert, 224 Earle street
Sinker Elizabeth, 21 Rathbone street
Smith E. Collins Green
Smith John, 36 Earle street
Smith Ralph, 61 Sankey street
Sturgess Ellen, 48 Earle street
Talermer Mrs. Elizabeth, Wargrave road
Tither Thomas, Newton common
Topping Thomas, 197 Wargrave road
Tomlinson Reuben, Vulcan
Travis John, Collins Green
Turton Thomas, 26 Cross lane
Warden William, 68 Legh street
Warton Thomas, 14 Queen street
Waywell Edward, Vulcan
Whitfield Robert, Newton common
Wilson Robert, Newton common
Woodcock John, Newton common

Prescott Mary, 50 Legh street
Pugh Robert, 64 Market street


Earlestown, Newton, Newtown & Golborne Building Society (Philip Chandley, sec.),129 Earle street
Earlestown & District Medical & Surgical Aid Society, 21 Queen street
Viaduct Institute, Viaduct street

Longton Henry J. 54 Cross lane

Sankey Sugar Co. Earlestown; Liverpool office, 6 Dale street; Manchester office,11 Old Corn Exchange, Hanging ditch-TA “SANKEY, Earlestown”

Appleton George, 29 Queen street
Broadbent Joshua, 14 Bridge street
Chambers Frederick, 13 Earle street
Crossley George, 139 Earle street
Dodd & Co. (& outfitters),1&3 Earle street & 35 Queen street
Evans Evan T. 17 to 23 Market street
Greenhall James, 27 Tamworth street,

Greenall Miss Emily L. St. Helens road
Leather William, 73 Cross lane
Reid Miss Jane, Wargrave road
Thacker Mrs. Sarah, 34 Cross lane

Beatty William, Wargrave road
Corlett Benjamin (dealer), King street

Attfield William H. 4 Queen street
Camm James, 5 Earle street
Evans Mrs. Alice, 40 Queen street
Millington :John, jun. 31 Market street
Sowler Charles, 10 Earle street
Taylor Henry, 29 Market street

Eachus Miss Elizabeth IS. 100 Legh street
Martin Edward, 1 Grant street
Platt Thomas, Bridge street

Jones Robert, 45 Legh street
Stephens Richard, 24 Sankey street
Walton Samuel, 28 Cross lane

Atkinson J. C. 21 Bridge street
Cooper Thomas, 26 Market street
Phillips Henry, 11 Earle street
Pimblett Thomas A. 20 Market street

Kenyon Edward (&wringing machinery maker), top of Market St

Boardman Boardman George, nurseryman Collins Green
Bunting Jesse, monumental mason, Railway St
Butler George, hosiery knitter, 17 Earles st
Collinge Abraham L. preserve manufacture Wargrave road
Fenney Edward, firewood manufacturer,Viaduct street
MIlveen Mrs. Rhoda, registry office for servants, 56 Earle Street
Ormond Thomas, accountant, 57 Cross lane
Smith James, furniture remover, Wargrave road, Wargrave
Taylor John, manager, 67 Cross lane

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