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Contents of Sheffield 1871 Post Office Directory This CD contains scanned images of the Post Office section of the above Whites Directory. 368 pages covering the Out-Townships of Sheffield (extending approx. 20 miles from Sheffield and including parts of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire as well as Yorkshire), giving a description of each place with geographical, historical and Post Office information for each, and the names and addresses of tradesmen and manufacturers in those areas. Places covered include : Attercliffe cum Darnall, Brightside Bierlow, Ecclesall Bierlow, Nether Hallam, Heeley, Owlerton, Upper Hallam, Bradfield, Chapeltown, Ecclesfield, Grenoside, Midhope and Bolsterstone, Oughtibridge, Shiregreen, Stannington, Ughill and Dungworth, Wadsley, Worrall and Loxley, Tankersley, Wortley, Penistone, Denby, Hunshelf, Ingbirchworth, Langsett, Oxspring, Thurlstone, Rotherham (20 pages), Dalton, Greaseborough, Kimberworth, Tinsley, Kilnhurst, Rawmarsh, Conisbrough, Mexbrough, Brampton Bierlow, Elsecar, Swinton, Thorpe Hesley, Wath upon Dearne, Wentworth, Barnsley (30 pages), Darfield, Great and Little Houghton, Wombwell, Worsborough, Cumberworth, Dodworth, Hoyland Swaine, Silkstone, Stainbrough, Thurgoland, West Bretton, Cawthorne, Barugh, Darton, Kexbrough, High Hoyland, Scissett and Skelmanthorpe, West Clayton, Kirkburton, Cartworth, Cumberworth Half, Fulstone, Hepworth, Holmfirth, Kirkburton, Scholes, Shelley, Shepley, Thurstonland, Wooldale, Austonley, Farnley Tyas, Holme, Nether and Upper Thong, Flockton, Shitlington, Emley or Elmley, Carlton, Cudworth, Monk Bretton, Royston, Woolley, Crigglestone, New Miller Dam, Sandal Magna, Walton, Lower Whitley, Wakefield (49 pages), Alverthorpe with Thornes, Horbury, Stanley cum Wrenthorpe, Badsworth, Burghwallis, Campsall, Owston, North and South Elmsall, Skelbrooke, South Kirkby, Wragby, Ryhill, Felkirk, Brierley, Havercroft, South Hiendley, Shafton, Hemsworth, Adwick upon Dearne, Adwick le Street, Arksey, Armthorpe, Barmbrough or Barnborough, Bolton on Dearne, Brodsworth, Frickley cum Clayton, Hickleton, Hooton Pagnell, Marr, Melton on the Hill, Sprotborough, Thurnscoe, Doncaster (32 pages), Wheatley, Barlby with Hexthorpe, Ackworth, Crofton, Aston cum Aughton, Anston, Bawtry, Braithwell, Bramley, Cantley, Dinnington, Edlington, Firbeck, Handsworth, Gleadless, Intake, Woodhouse, Harthill, Hooton Roberts, Laughton en le Morthen, Letwell, Woodsetts, Loversall, Maltby, Ravenfield, Rossington, Stainton, Thorpe Salvin, Thrybergh, Tickhill, Todwick, Treeton, Brampton en le Morthen, Ulley, Wadworth, Wales, Warmsworth, Whiston, Wickersley, Blyth, Barnby Moor, Hodsock, Ranskill, Torworth, Cuckney, Holbeck, Nether Langwith, Norton, Carlton in Lindrick, Harworth, Mansfield (7 pages), Mansfield Woodhouse, Skegby, Scrooby, Sutton in Ashfield, Hucknall under Huthwaite, Teversall, Warsop, Welbeck Abbey, Worksop (11 pages), Gateford, Haggonfield, Osberton, Shireoaks, Alfreton, Ashover, Dethic and Lea, Ault Hucknall, Alport, Ashford, Bakewell, Baslow, Beeley, Buxton (8 pages), Calver, Chelmorton, Curbar, Flagg, Froggatt, Haddon, Harthill, Hassop, Great and Little Longstone, Monyash, Rowland, Rowsley, Sheldon, Taddington, Wardlow, Barlbrough, Beauchieff, Beighton, Hackenthorpe, Blackwell, Bolsover, Bonsall, Brampton, Brimington, Castleton, Edale, Chapel en le Frith, Chesterfield (15 pages), Callow, Newbold with Dunston, Hasland, Tapton, Temple Normanton, Walton, Clown, Crich, Tansley, Wessington, Darley, Wensley and Snitterton, Dore, Totley, Dronfield, Barlow, Coal Aston, Holmesfield, Unstone, Eckington, Mosbrough, Troway, Renishaw, Edensor, Chatsworth House, Pilsley, Elmton, Eyam, Foolow, Woodland Eyam, Heath, Bamford, Derwent, Hathersage, Stoney Middleton, Outseats, Burbage, Bradwell, Brough and Shatton, Fairfield, Hope, Hope Woodlands, Great and Little Hucklow, Killamarsh, Langwith, Matlock, Matlock Bath, Morton, Brackenfield and Woolley, Norton, Peak Forest, Pleasley, Shirebrook, Scarcliff, Shirland, South Normanton, Staveley, Sutton cum Duckmanton, Tibshelf, Litton, Tideswell, Wormhill, Whittington, Whitwell, Wingerworth, North and South Wingfield, Clay Cross, Pilsley, Stretton, Tupton, Woodthorpe, Cromford, Middleton, Birchover, Elton, Stanton, Winster, Youlgreave, and some smaller neighbouring places. Also includes a 20 page history of the borough and parish of Sheffield, a list of streets and lanes, etc., showing their situation in the City, Post Office information, and over 300 pages of professional and commercial advertisements, many with pictures. The images are in black and white PDF format, compatible with nearly all computers, PC/Mac/Linux/etc. - Adobe Reader 5 (not the latest version, but stable and compatible with most PC operating systems from Windows 95 onwards) is supplied on the CD for viewing on a PC in case you havent already got it, but most computers will read the files using their default PDF viewer anyway.

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