Cotton Directory

Unfortunately the date of this directory is unknown but looking at the streets it seems to be from the 1880's



FAR COTTON STREET GUIDE.
    
FAR COTTON is a suburb of the town, situate over the South Bridge, and North Western Railway to the right. leaving the London and Towcester roads to the left.
   
ALMA    STREET.
OFF MAIN ROAD.
1. The "Rose & Crown," by J. Bates
2. John Rogers, baker & grocer
3. C. Stinson, brakesman
4. Win. Swain, engine driver
5. Samuel Eales, labourer
6. Edmund Kemp, flagman
7. Richard Collier, shunter
8. A. Hutchins, pointsman
9. Mrs. Pettitt, widow 9, James Glover, bricklayer
10. Wm. Robinson, engine driver
11. Joseph Warwick, carpenter
12. Samuel Worley, bricklayer
13. B. Jeffs, labourer
14. Thos. Tye. carpenter
15. Edwin Hunter, platelayer
16. John Munday, labourer
17. Wm. Minney, ostler
18. A. Partridge, signalman
19. Henry Thornton, drayman
20. John Bates, labourer
21. C. Butterfield, labourer
22. C. Dunkley, labourer
23. Wm. Rickard, signalman
24. Thos. Botterill, labourer
25. Mrs. Beach, widow
26. Mrs. Allen, widow
27. Enos Smith, porter
28. Fredk. Needle, rivetter
29. Wm. Goldby. labourer
30. Charles Thompson, labourer
31. J. Cooke, labourer
32. Wm, Wilkinson, brakesman
33. F. E. Wilson, clerk
34. Mrs. Powell, widow
35. Wm. Corby, carpenter
37. Samuel Foxon, labourer
40. John Bland, signalman
41. Wm. Clarke, labourer
42. Richard Robinson, rivetter
43. Wm. McNess, signalman
44. Wm. Rickard, carpenter
45. Thos. Gilkes, foreman
47. John Deacon, labourer
49. Thos. Powell, railway guard 
51. The "Engineer," by G. Hislop




ALTHORP    STREET.
OFF MAIN ROAD.
1. Richard Ford, shoemaker
2. The "Hind," by W. Robinson
3. A. Pollard, stoker
4. Wm. Wright, cabinet maker
5. Alfred Collins, labourer
6. Wm. Goode, telegraph employe
7. Win. Hughes, engine driver
8. Mrs. Matthews, widow
9. Henry Wadhams, police constable
10. John Reynolds, engine driver
11. Edward Street, plumber
12. Samuel Stevenson, engine driver
13. Robert Emmington, stoker
14. Henry Litton, labourer
15. John Wadwell, labourer
16. Henry Watts, stoker
17. Walter Taylor, engine driver
18. George Dunkley, riveter
19. P. Haynes. railway guard
20. John Campion, labourer
21. Bob Dawson. engine driver
22. Henry Taylor, goods' checker
23. Mark Smith, railway guard
24. Wm. Johnson, labourer
25. Samuel Meadows, labourer
26. Wm. Nicholson, machinist
27. Mrs. Atkins, widow
28. Alfred Ball, bricklayer
29. J. G. Rigby, stoker
30. S. Wreford, cattle dealer
31. Thos. Kilsby, bricklayer
32. E. Horton, labourer
33. James Facer, railway employe
34. Wm. Eaton, railway employe
35. John Goodman, railway porter
36. Joseph Swan, labourer
37. Wm. Fitzhugh, labourer
38. Thos. Claridge, platelayer
39. George Mills, engine driver
40. John Burdett, drayman
41. Thos. Gordon, engine driver
42. Oliver Beech, labourer
43. Thos. Margett, engine driver
44. Wm. Middleton, labourer
45. James Beck, fitter
46. James Peach, labourer
47. Wm. Hodges, jun., engine driver
48. J. Belts, sawyer
49. Joseph James, engine driver
50. J. R. Kilsby, stoker
53. Richard Ellis, railway guard 
55. John Curtis, signalman 
57. George Brandon, signalman 
59. John Jagger, stone cutter

HENLEY     STREET.
OFF MAIN ROAD.
1. James Butler, labourer
2. Hodges & Sears, grocers, &c.
3. Wm. Butcher, shoemaker
4. Joseph Howes, grocer's assistant
5. Thos. Odams, labourer
6. Thos. Golby, labourer
7. John Farrow, fitter
8. James Dawson. time keeper
9. Thos. Sykes, labourer
10. John Howard, stoker
11. Mrs. Thompson, widow
12. Wm. Eales, engine driver
13. L. M. Dunn, butcher
14. John Labrum, engine driver
15. M. Wall, shoemaker
16. Mrs Forester, shop keeper
17. Wm. Roberts, labourer
18. Edward Side, brakesman
19. George Gamble, cooper
20. Wm. Randall, carpenter
21. F. Hodges, sawyer
22. B. Wood, rivetter
24. A. Odams, labourer
25. James Brown, labourer
26. Wm. Gilkes, labourer
27. Joseph Hollowell, labourer
28. Joseph Robinson, rivetter
29. Samuel Moore, sawyer
30. Joseph Garnett, labourer
31. George Bates, labourer
32. A. W. Moore, sawyer
33. John Rose, stoker
34. E. Collins, labourer
35. Henry Blick, engine driver
36. Wm. Hodges, senr., engine driver
37. Chas. Cook, carpenter
38. James Shaw, stoker
39. George Watts, stoker
40. M. Herbert, horse dealer
42. Joseph Fielding, platelayer
41. B. Carter, drayman


HIGH    STREET.
Top OF HENLEY STREET.
1. John Pacey, shunter
2. John Fuller, engine driver
3. Samuel Tippleston, engine driver 
4. Wm. Tippleston, stoker 
5. Edwin James, engine driver 
6. Richard Cleaver, time keeper
7. Wm. Cockrill, labourer
8. Mrs. Marriott, widow
9. Wm. Todd, platelayer
10. Miss Geyton, machinist
11. Mrs. Groocock, widow
12. Thos. Welch, carpenter
13. G. S. Langley, butcher
14. George Sargeant. signalman
15. Mrs. Wood, widow
16. Wm. Maycock, labourer
17. Mrs. French, widow
18. H. Anscumb, stoker
19. Robert Eldred, labourer
20. George Pollard, packer
21. John Cave, bricklayer
23. George Bird, coal merchant
24. A. Spencer, bricklayer
25. Wm. Grove, platelayer
26. Thos. Jay, engine driver
27. Wm. Douglas, bricklayer
28. John Wesley, labourer
29. Wm. Tinkler, engine driver
30. Thos. Goode, labourer
31. George Day, carpenter


MAIN   ROAD,
OFF   TOWCESTER    ROAD.
1. Wm. Frost, labourer
2. John Tweed, blacksmith
3. Wm. Beesley. engine driver
4. George Ashby, labourer
5. Joseph Collins, labourer
6. Thos. Butlin, labourer
7. Frank Peel, miller
8. James Jackman, machine man
9.	B. Haynes, shoemaker
10. Chas. Worrall, platelayer
11. J. T. Brinklow, platelayer
12. Joseph Blake, engine driver
13. The " Rose & Crown," by J. Bates
12A. Edward Warwick, labourer
13. Mrs. Butlin, widow 
14. Chas. Joyce, labourer 
15. James Watts, labourer
16. Wm. Harris, labourer
17. Thos. Wilson, carpenter
18. The Post Office, Thos, Smith
19. Mrs. Arlidge, widow


MANOR     HOUSE,
TOWCESTER  ROAD.
Rev. C. .J. Gordon, M.A.


OXFORD STREET,
OFF MAIN ROAD.
1. Lovell Eyles, labourer
2. T. Leonard, builder
3. Joseph Goode, railway guard
4. Henry Potter, carpenter
5. Samuel Hughes, engine driver
6. F. Hicks, engine driver
7. George Newbury, labourer
8. Webb, shunter
9. F. Moore, sawyer
10. Wm. Lovett, foundryman
11. Thos. Buxton, labourer
12. F. Hobbs, tailor
13. George Eaton, labourer
14. Joseph Butler, engine drive;
15. Wm. Archer, labourer
16. H. Halford, brakesman
17. Thos. Remington, wagon builder 
18. D. Tee, platelayer
19. Thos, Dannatt, coachman
19A. George Webb, brakesman
20. J. Balderson, foreman, M.B. goods
21. J. W. Webb, carpenter
22. Edward Dunston, brakesman 
23. Thos. Mumford, platelayer
24. George Scattow, labourer
25. John Needle, shoemaker
26. Wm. Higgins, labourer
27. Wm. Clarke, platelayer
28. George Aldridge, labourer
29. James Lines, labourer
30. Mrs. Cook James, midwife
30. C. Cook James, labourer
31. Thos. Hillyard. platelayer
32. George Spencer, labourer
33. A. Labrum, carpenter
34. B. Brown, engine driver
35. Wm. Wright, labourer
36. John Webb, painter
37. Thos. Hillyard, labourer
38. Wm. J. Webb, engine driver
39. Chas. Bailey, iron moulder
40. John Howe, pointsman
41. G. West, railway guard
42. Win. Albright. brake fitter
43. John Ashby. labourer
44. John Bailey, iron moulder
45. Wm. Undrill. platelayer
46. Henry Labrum. railway fireman 
47. John Stevenson, railway porter 
48. R. Duncan, railway police 
49. F. Middleton, railway time keeper
50. R. Wilson,.engine driver
51. B. Cooper, railway watchman
52. C. Hickman, engine driver
53. The " Eagle Tavern," by E. Burrell
54. Samuel Brown, shoemaker
56. James Scurrell, railway porter
58.	John Hensman, brakesman
60. Thos. Hensman, labourer
62. George Trimmock. brakesman 
64. George French, clicker 
66. Wm. Jay, railway fireman 
68. Joseph shelton, shoemaker


OXFORD    TERRACE. 
OXFORD STREET.
1. David Evans, railway coal man
2. Wm. Rye, painter
3. Albert Taylor, labourer 
4. Frank Rowell, brick burner