Buildings of Huddersfield
G.C. Billington Ltd., Pawnbrokers
Mr. Birmingham (tenant of John Haigh)
Dr. Thomas Brewer (surgeon)
Mr. Robert Brown (coal merchent) [1876 directory p76]
Chinn, late Ramsden (confectioner)
Ernest Clough (Gents' outfitter)
Abel Cockroft & Sons (cloth finishers)
Mr. W. Craven (pawnbroker)
J. Crowther & Co. (engineers)
B. Dickenson & Sons
Henry Dodds, butcher (1876 Directory)
Rev. Stephen Dolan
Mr. James Drake
H.B. Dransfield (land surveyor)
David Ferguson (innkeeper)
William Golden, general & agricultural ironmonger, mill furnisher and manufacturer of guns, rifles and pistols.
R. & W. Hirst (cotton spinners of Turnbridge Cotton Mills) [1876 Directory p43]
Read Holliday & Sons
Sam Hollingworth (Grocer)
Hopkinson & Co.
J.A. Hopkinson (valve maker)
Huddersfield & Manchester Railway & Canal Company and Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Company
Huddersfield Corporation (Electric Light Company)
The Huddersfield Union
Jarmain & Sons
Jarmain & Sons (textile dyers)
Jere Kaye & Co.
J.G. Kershaw, Esq. (tenant)
Littlewood's and Whitehead's
M. & R. Manufacturers [1884 Directory]
W. Nicholson & Bros, hosiers & glovers. Now Coral.
Dr. Norman Porritt
Norman Porritt (surgeon)
Prudential Assurance Co.
J. Radcliff & Sons
J. Radcliffe & Sons
Frederick Roberts (occupant No 23)
Mr. William Robinson - next door No.2 New North Road: Robinson & Brown (surgeons) [1876 Directory]
Dr. Robinson. White's 1897; No 4: Robinson & Son, Surgeon & Frederick William Robinson MB
Mr. George Rowe [1876 Directory]
Henry Scott (fruiterer)
Mr. George Spivey (hay dealer)
Sykes & Sons
J. Sykes & Sons
John Sykes & Sons
Joseph Taylor & Sons (iron & steel merchants)
Benjamin Thornton & Son
University of Huddersfield
Emil Vieler (photographer)
W C Holmes & Co.
W R Burkett (surgeon & dentist)
Messrs Eli Wadsworth & Son (tea & coffee merchants)
West Yorkshire Rifle Volunteers (2nd Volunteer Battalion, Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt)
West Yorkshire Yeomanry Cavalry
Whitfield & Co.
William Wilks (surgeon) was one of the leaders in the subscription to build the huddersfield infirmary (moved into Hammond's yard 1814)
Stanley Wks, St John's Rd (Currier & Leather Merchant)
Misses Wood [1876 Directory p5]
The Yorkshire Pennine Bank Co.