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79 High Street West 83-83A High Street West
Jones Shoe & Boot Repairs
79 High Street West
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81 High Street West
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83-83A High Street West
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70 High Street West
David Wood Domestic Appliances
72-74 High Street West
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76-78 High Street West
Summary

 1871 
Census
Number 81 was occupied by Robert Clayton 32, a Labourer, wife Sarah Anne Clayton 30, a Cotton Weaver, daughter Alice Clayton 16, son Daniel Clayton 14, daughters Ellen Clayton 13, Mary Ann Clayton 11, all Cotton Weavers, sons John Clayton 6, a Scholar, James Clayton 4, daughter Mary Clayton 3 and son Robert Clayton 8 months.



 1881 
Census
Number 81 was occupied by Samuel Wild 39, a General Carrier and his wife Selina Wild 29.



 1891 
Census
Number 81 was occupied by Herbert Bunn 40, a Confectioner, wife Caroline Bunn 35, daughter Edith E Bunn 10, a Scholar and son William A Bunn 3.



 1899 
Kelly’s Directory
Ashton & Golightly, provision dealers, 81 High st. west



 1901 
Census
Number 81 was known as the Wesley Chapel and was occupied but not inhabited.



 1903 
Derby & District Trades Directory
NEWSAGENTS / TOBACCONISTS
Wagstaff, Joseph, 81 High st., west



 1910 


Number 81 would have been just right of the Wesleyan Chapel. The Glossop Tramway ran for 24 years from 1903 to 1927, a single-track 4½ mile line running from Hadfield Station, weaving around a number of mills to terminate outside the Queens Arms in Old Glossop. It thought that the tram pictured would have been maroon and cream.



 1925 
Kelly’sDirectory
Heap William, stationer, 81 High street west



 1926 
Midland Counties of England Trades Directory
Heap’s Stores. Newsagent, bookseller & stationer, 81 High Street West



 1932 
Kelly’s Directory
Heap Thornton, statnr. 81 High st. west



 1935 


Number 81 is the shop far right with the shop sign ’ HEAPS’. The photograph is mid 1930s as the Co-op building was built 1930 and registration of the car looks like three letters and three numbers dating it post 1932. Photograph courtesy of Mike Hallam.



 1941 
Kelly’s Directory
Heap Thornton, statnr. 81 High st. west



 1994 


Newsagents. Photograph courtesy of Glossop & District Historical Society.



 2004 


Jones Newsagents. Photograph courtesy of Glossop & District Historical Society.



 2008 


Jones Newsagents, photo courtesy of High Peak Borough Council.



 2009 
Google Street View
Shows Jones Newsagents empty and to let.



 2013 


Photograph taken by Jasmine Tomlinson, March 2013.



 2014 


Photo taken in 2014 by Glossop VAH.