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Local pubs include "The Admiral Rodney" named after the 1st Baron Rodney (1719–1792), "The Mill Wheel" (with an 18th-century mill wheel measuring 20 feet in diameter), "The Bulls Head" and "The Greyhound". "The Chesterfield Arms" was demolished in September 2009. The "Snooty Fox" (formerly the "Dominoes") was demolished in 2009. The "New Inn" closed in the 1960s and was then used as a hairdressing salon before being demolished in 1975 to make a car park extension for the "Admiral Rodney".
Hartshorne was mentioned in the Domesday book as belonging to Henry de Ferrers and being worth ten shillings. It passed to the Ireland family in the fourteenth century, and subsequently to the family of the Foljambe baronets.
- "Civil Parish population 2011". Neighbourhood Statistics. Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 25 March 2016.
- Henry was given a large number of manors in Derbyshire including Doveridge, Linton, Pilsbury and Cowley.
- Domesday Book: A Complete Translation. London: Penguin, 2003. ISBN 0-14-143994-7 p.745
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