Dickinsons in Sheffield in 1845

Updated: Feb 2, 2019


Local directories can provide clues about our ancestors and possible relatives. This 1845 directory covers "Sheffield and 12 miles round". The names of Dickinsons listed are shown here:

  1. Alfred Dickinson, draper, hosier and mercer, gloves, 64 Westbar (p. 105 & p. 284) SHEFFIELD

  2. David Dickinson, tailor, 68 Russell street (p. 105) SHEFFIELD

  3. Elizabeth Dickinson, shopkeeper, 22 Shude hill (p. 105 & p. 306) SHEFFIELD

  4. Francis Dickinson, policeman, 30 Chapel street (p. 105) SHEFFIELD

  5. George Dickinson, spring knife mfr; house 279 Shales moor (p. 105) SHEFFIELD

  6. Geo. Dickinson, fishmonger, fish and game dealer and herring agent, 22 Dixon lane (p. 105 & p. 259) SHEFFIELD

  7. Mrs. Hannah Dickinson, Tapton Hill, Nether Hallam (p. 329) NETHER HALLAM

  8. Harriet Dickinson, Hoyle street school; house Rawson spring or Cross Pool (p. 105 & 328) UPPER HALLAM

  9. Henry Dickinson, tailor and draper, 36 Change alley (p. 105) SHEFFIELD

  10. James Dickinson, stone mason, Ecclesfield village (p. 371) ECCLESFIELD

  11. John Dickinson, pork butcher, 46 Silver street head (p. 105 & p. 259) SHEFFIELD

  12. John Dickinson, grocer, Low Hoyland (p. 362) HOYLAND (NETHER.)

  13. Mr John Dickinson, 80 White croft (p. 105) SHEFFIELD

  14. John Dickinson, butcher, 87 West street (p. 105 & p. 259) SHEFFIELD

  15. Joseph Dickinson, butcher, 96 Westbar; house Rawson spring (p. 105 & p. 259) SHEFFIELD

  16. Joseph Dickinson, farmer, Rawson spring (p. 331) OWLERTON *possibly same as 96 Westbar?

  17. Joseph Dickinson, jun. butcher, 114 Westbar (p. 105 & p. 259) SHEFFIELD

  18. Joseph Dickinson, tilter, Walkley Bank Tilt, Nether Hallam (p. 329) NETHER HALLAM

  19. Miss Rebecca Dickinson (p. 398) BEIGHTON

  20. Robert Dickinson, bookkeeper, William street (p. 105) SHEFFIELD

  21. Robert Dickinson, hair dresser (p. 360) WATH-UPON-DEARNE

  22. Sarah Dickinson, shopkeeper, 23 Bridgehouses (p. 105 & p. 306) SHEFFIELD

  23. Skevington Dickinson, coal owner, Churchtown (p. 5) KILLAMARSH

  24. Thomas Dickinson, maltster, Low Hoyland (p. 362) HOYLAND (NETHER.)

  25. Thomas Dickinson, nail maker, Low Hoyland (p. 362) HOYLAND (NETHER.)

  26. Thomas Dickinson, benefactor of Almshouse for poor woman c.1640 (p. 340)

  27. William Henry Dickinson, cutter - buck, stag, horn hafts & scales, 26 Chester street (p. 105) SHEFFIELD

  28. William Dickinson, farmer, Mexbrough (p. 381) MEXBROUGH





See more about Dickinsons from the Sheffield area on the Dickinson page.


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