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52 High Street West
|Ayubowan / Reeds Raines / Coral
46-50 High Street West
|Jordan Fishwick Estate Agents|
44 High Street West
|Aspinal Wright Solicitors & Notary
63-65 High Street West
59-61 High Street West
Number 46 was occupied by Joshua FIrth 37, a Fruit & Potatoe Dealer, wife Elizabeth Firth 36, sons John Firth 14, a Cotton Weaver, Joseph Firth 6, a Scholar and daughters Charlotte H Firth 4, also a Scholar and Amelia M Firth 2.
Number 48 was occupied by Eliza Brain 40, a Draper and his sons George F J Brain 13, an Office Boy and William H Brain 12, a Scholar.
Number 50 was occupied by Annie Hart 23, a Cotton Winder and her daughter Emma Hart 5 months.
Number 46 was occupied by George Graves 63, a Confectioner, wife Mary Anne Graves 42, daughter Amelia Graves 15, son Benjamin Graves 14, both Confectioner’s Assistants and daughter Mary Alice Graves 11, a Scholar.
Number 48 was uninhabited.
Number 50 was uninhabited.
Number 46 was occupied by Agnes Briggs 34 and her partner Harriet Ann Jowett 30, both Confectioners. Also at this address was Alice Pamela Gregory 14 a General Domestic Servant.
Number 48 was unhabited.
Number 50 was occupied by Thomas Miller 36, a Grocer, wife Alice Miller 34, daughter Alice Miller 8, sons Edward Booth Miller 7, Robert Shaw Miller 4, daughter Hannah Miller 3, all Scholars, son Tom Oswald Miller 6 months and niece Alice Miller 13, also a Scholar. Also at this address was Clara North 21, a General Domestic Servant.
Briggs & Jowett (misses), confectioners, 46 High street west
Golden Alfred Pericival, chemist, 48 High street west
Miller Thomas & Co. grocers, 50 High street west
Briggs & Jowett (Misses), confectioners, 46 High st. west
Golden Alfred Percival, chemist, 48 High street west
Miller Thomas & Co. grocer, 50 High street west
Redfern Ann (Miss), glass & china dealer, 50 High st. west
Number 46 was occupied by Agnes Briggs 44 and Harriet A Powell 40, both Confectioners and Bakers. Also at this address were Annie Heart 23, a Servant and Assistant Confectioner and Sarah E Briggs 8, a Visitor.
Number 48 was occupied but uninhabited.
Number 50 was occupied by Thomas Miller 46, a Grocer, wife Alice Miller 44, daughter Alice Miller 18, a Pupil Teacher at a School, son Edward B Miller 17, a Draughtmans Apprentice, and Robert S Miller 14, daughter Hannah Miller 13 and son Tom Miller 10.
An advertisment from ’Glossop - A Sketch From The Earliest Period’ printed and published by Messrs. Jenkinson and Hamnett in 1904. The cost of a bicyle was £10 10s (equivalent to £1,243 in 2018), the cost of motor bike £42 (equivalent to £4,975 in 2018) and the cost of a small car 125 guineas (1 guinea = £1 1 shilling) (equivalent to £15,546 in 2018) where the average yearly wage for a factory worker in 1904 would have been about £200.
Number 46 was a property with 4 main rooms occupied by Hary H Joysey 30, a Baker & Confectioner, his wife Mary A Joysey 30, married 2 years with 1 child, Eric Joysey 1.
Number 50 was a property with 6 main rooms occupied by Arms Hyde 41, a Milliner and widow, with her sister Annie M Warkentin 57, a Domestic Nurse and also a widow.
Glossop Dale New Industrial Co-operative Society Ltd. (J. T. Hyde, sec.), Norfolk square (T N 15); 14, 46 & 48 & 369 High street west; 20 Charlestown road ; Hall street ; Pike’s lane ; Church street south ; 106 Gladstone street & 47 Surrey street ; registered office, 2 Railway street Wrigley & Nield, milliners, 50 High street west
Midland Counties of England Trades Directory
Glossop Co-operative Society Ltd., Baker, 46 High Street West
Wrigley & Neild, Draper, 50 High Street West
Glossop Dale New Industrial Co-operative Society Ltd. (J. T. Hyde, sec.), Norfolk sq. (TN 15); 14, 46 & 48 & 369 High st. west; 20 Charlestown rd.; Manor Park rd.; Pike’s la.; Church st. south; 106 Gladstone st. & 47 Surrey st.; reistered office, 2 Railway st
Pogson E. (Mrs.), milliner, 50 High st. west
Numbers 46 to 52 are the clean (may be new) square building (centre). The man stood in front of the car may be starting his car via a starting handle? Photograph courtesy of Mike Hallam.
Numbers 46 to 50 is the square building in the centre, was it the Co-op tea rooms at this time? Photograph courtesy of Glossop Heritage Trust.
Norwest Coop, some of the posters in the window read, Double stamps on Wednesday, Birds Eye Garden Peas 22p, HP Baked Beans 11½p, Lurpak Butter 18½p, Nescafe 47p, Whiskas 17p, Stork Margarine 10p, 2lb Sugar 21½p and 2p off large loaves.
There is also a red triangle with Price Check and this was a scheme introduced in Feb 76, it was a counter-inflation scheme to keep price increases for selected goods and services within a 5% ceiling. The scheme lasted for 6 months. There is also a poster about wines and spirits still at pre-budget prices which would date this photo about April - May 1976.
Photograph taken by Cliff Hales with thanks to Chris Hales.
Paul Dean Football and Turf Accountant, Reeds Rains Estate Agents and entrance to the right to Derbyshire County Council Registrar’s office? Photograph courtesy of Glossop & District Historical Society.
Paul Dean Football and Turf Accountants, Reeds Rains Estate Agents and we think the entrance on the far right and first floor (whole or part?) was occupied by Derbyshire County Council’s Births, Marriages and Deaths Registrar. Photograph courtesy of Glossop & District Historical Society.
Paul Dean Bookmakers, ’Over 20 Branches Throughout The North West’ and Reeds Rains estate agents, ’ The sign that sells’. Not sure if the first floor was occupied? Photograph courtesy of Glossop & District Historical Society.
Vacant first floor, Reeds Rains estate agents and Paul Dean Bookmakers. Photograph courtesy of Glossop & District Historical Society.
Google Street View
Shows Kinnaree Restaurant occupying the whole first floor of the building from (46-50) with entrance a stair case on the right, to left Reeds Raines (46-48) and Coral bookmakers (50)
Photo taken in 2014 by Glossop VAH.