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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for BEDFORD in The Universal British Directory Directory of 1791.


    Gentry, &c.:

    • Alderman George, Esq. (F.)
    • Birt Mrs.
    • Belsham Miss
    • Backhouse Mrs.
    • Blestoe Mrs.
    • Belsham William, Esq. (F.)
    • Beech Phillip, Esq. (F.)
    • Cressy Mrs.
    • Cockman Thomas, Esq.
    • Foster Mrs. sen.
    • Gisberne Mrs.
    • Hinde Mrs.
    • Jackson Mrs. Ann
    • Jackson Thomas, Esq.
    • King Benjamin, Esq. (F.)
    • Lipipre Mrs.
    • Lewis Mrs.
    • Livius George, Esq. (F.)
    • Langley William, Esq.
    • Mason Mrs.
    • Odell Mrs.
    • Palmer Benjamin, Esq. (F.)
    • Symonds Mrs.
    • Stone Thomas, Esq.
    • Sawell Richard, Esq.
    • Towersey Mrs.
    • Towersey Misses
    • Thongs Mrs.
    • Vaux Thomas, Esq. (F.)
    • Watkins Miss
    • Watkins Mrs.
    • Williamson James, Esq.

    Clergy:

    • Abbot Rev. Mr. Curate and Lecturer of St. Mary's and St. Catherine's
    • Cave Rev. Mr. Curate of Tempsford
    • Crowe Rev. Mr. Curate of St. Paul's
    • Flemming Rev. Mr. (F.) Rector of Oakley
    • Fisher Rev. Mr. Curate of Kempston
    • Foster Rev. Mr. Moravian Minister
    • Gregory Rev. Mr. (F.) Rector of Henlow
    • Gadsby Rev. Mr. (F.) Vicar of Wootton, and Curate of Elstow
    • Hook Rev. Mr. (F.) Curate of St. Peter's and St. John's
    • Hornbuckle Rev. Mr. (F.) Vicar of Goldington
    • Hellyar Rev. Mr. Dissenting Minister
    • Marsh Rev. Mr. (F.)
    • Porter Rev. Mr. Moravian Minister
    • Parmenter Rev. Mr. Moravian Minister
    • Smith Rev. Mr. (F.) Dissenting Minister
    • Whitehouse Rev. Mr. Curate of Houghton Conquest
    • Yarrell Rev. Mr. Moravian Minister

    Physicians:

    • Campion Wm. Surgeon & Apothecary
    • Dowset John, Apothecary
    • Gadsby Thomas, (F.) Surgeon and Apothecary
    • Jackson Edward, (F.) Surgeon and Apothecary
    • Palgreave Robert, Chymist & Druggist
    • Parker Dr. John, (F.) M. D.
    • Pully Anthony, (F.) Surgeon and Apothecary
    • Pully Joseph, Surgeon & Apothecary

    Law:

    • Blackwell John, (F.) Attorney
    • Gregory Dimie, (F.) Attorney
    • Kidman Thomas, Attorney
    • Lovesey Richard, (F.) Attorney
    • Pateman William, (F.) Town Clerk
    • Palmer Miles Rook, Attorney
    • Palmer Jeremy Fish, (F.) Clerk of the Peace
    • Pearse Theed, Attorney

    Traders, &c.:

    • Allen Thomas, Carpenter
    • Allen Elizabeth, Fellmonger
    • Arch Samuel, Victualler, (Bay & Oar)
    • Allison George, (F.) Proprietor of the Bedford Coach
    • Ashby Samuel, (F.) Farmer
    • Bass William, Carpenter
    • Biggs Thomas, Bricklayer
    • Bailley James, Proprietor of the Bedford and Sheffield Waggons
    • Barnes Thomas, Glover
    • Barnes John, sen. Victualler
    • Bradley James, Cutler
    • Brown John, Pipe-maker
    • Bright Samuel, (F.) Carpenter
    • Bradley Benjamin, Grocer
    • Bass Thomas, Plumber and Glazier
    • Busby John, Taylor
    • Bolney Samuel, Usher to Harpur's Charity School
    • Brazier John, Baker
    • Bradnock Thomas, Victualler, (Cock)
    • Baxter Jonathan, Victualler, (3 Fishes)
    • Brown William, Hosier
    • Brown Wm. Victualler, (Angel)
    • Barnard Joseph, (F.) Coal and Raft-merchant
    • Bailley James, (F.) Linen and Woollen-draper
    • Barker Thomas, (F.) Baker
    • Bright Thomas, Carpenter and Joiner
    • Berril Thomas, (F.) Mason
    • Button Mrs. Victualler, (Cross Keys)
    • Blackwell Mrs. Milliner
    • Butler Mrs. Victualler, (Peacock)
    • Brown William, Cheese-factor
    • Button Thomas, (F.) Butcher
    • Clare William, Keeper of the County Bridewell
    • Church Samuel, Baker
    • Castleman Robert, (F.) Bricklayer
    • Cockman William, Victualler
    • Cave John, (F.) Draper
    • Chapman Thomas. Victualler
    • Chapman Edward, sen. (F.) Currier
    • Coombes William, Lime-merchant
    • Carver Thomas, Baker
    • Cavit Ebenezer, Clock and Watch-maker
    • Coombes John, Cordwainer
    • Chapman William, Currier
    • Crochford Joshua, Corn-cutter
    • Coleman Thomas, (F.) Victualler
    • Chapman Edward, Clerk to the Trustees of the Harpur Charity
    • Castleman James, Victualler
    • Clements Robert, sen. (F.) Master of the Hospital
    • Costin John, (F.) Woolstapler
    • Colson Miss, Boarding-school-keeper
    • Cooch Edward, (F.) Maltster
    • Clark John, (F.) Carpenter
    • Corly John, (F.) Grocer
    • Dover Joseph, Victualler
    • Day Edmund, Victualler
    • Day John, (F.) Tanner
    • Drage James, (F.) Baker
    • Drew Charles, Stone-mason
    • Downman William, (F.) Carpenter & Joiner
    • Davis John, Victualler
    • Dickins George, Cordwainer
    • Davis Jeremiah, Butcher
    • Denis Mrs. Grocer
    • Dickins John, (F.) Grazier
    • Eagles Thomas, sen. Turner
    • Eavans Thomas, Baker
    • Eston Negus, (F.) Carpenter
    • Estwick James, Farmer
    • Emery John, (F.) Grocer and Tallow-chandler
    • Elger Isaac, Victualler
    • Ford Joseph, Victualler
    • Furnival Thomas, sen. Serjeant Major of the Bedfordshire Militia
    • Field Henry, (F.) Farmer
    • Field James, Gardener
    • Farnell Charles, (F.) Brazier, Appraiser, and Auctioneer
    • Field Thomas, (F.) Farmer
    • Furnival James, Victualler
    • Furness Richard, (F.) Peruke-maker
    • Fletcher Mrs. Victualler
    • Green Eleanor and Son, (F.) Coal and Raft-merchants
    • Green William, Dyer
    • Goodman Thomas, Victualler
    • Griffin Richard, Grocer and Laceman
    • Garner John, Innkeeper
    • Gilham William, Hatter
    • Gell Richard, Innkeeper
    • Harradine Isaac, (F.) Milk-man
    • Hine William, Victualler
    • How William, (F.) Shopkeeper
    • Hodgkins Tho. sen. (F.) Staymaker
    • Hensman Richard, Butcher
    • Hill William, (F.) Licensed to let Post Chaises and Horses
    • Hill John, Victualler
    • Howard John Moore, (F.) Keeper of the County Gaol
    • Hensman William, Staymaker
    • Hewlet Nathaniel, Carpenter
    • Hodgkins Thomas, Cooper
    • Harding John, Gingerbread-baker
    • Hensman Thomas, (F.) Stamp-office
    • Hodson Joseph, Victualler
    • How Spencer, (F.) Shoemaker
    • Ireland Joseph, Sexton of St. Mary's Parish
    • Impey Tho. (F.) Plumber & Glazier
    • Jordan John, Victualler
    • Jackson George, Master of the Harpur Free School
    • Jefferys Edward, (F.) Shopkeeper
    • Johnson Thomas Sumpter, Cordwainer
    • Jones Humphrey, Victualler
    • Jackson John, (F.) Hosier
    • Joseph Michael, Silversmith
    • Kenworthy John, Joiner
    • Kennings Henry, Collar-maker
    • Kilpin Elizabeth, Upholsterer, and Agent to the Phœnix Fire Office
    • Kilpin John, sen. (F.) Ironmonger
    • Kilpin John, jun. Appraiser and Auctioneer
    • Kimment Mark, Blacksmith
    • Kay William, Taylor and Habit-maker
    • King Mrs. Fishmonger
    • Layton Handscombe, (F.) Shopkeeper
    • Lilburn John, Victualler
    • Lilly John, Ironmonger
    • Lovell John, Cordwainer
    • Langley John, Taylor & Habit-maker
    • Lovelidge John, (F.) School-master & Clerk of St. Paul's
    • Leach Richard, (F.) Ironmonger
    • Lloyde Mrs. Boarding-school
    • Law Abraham, (F.) Watch-maker
    • Meynard James, Wheelwright
    • Mingay John, (F.) Sadler
    • Meers Tho. Hair-dresser & Perfumer
    • Macdonald ——, Victualler
    • Mawbey John, Wine-vaults
    • Meynard John, Wheelwright
    • Munn Thomas, Weaver
    • Moll Mary, Victualler
    • Nash Peregrine, (F.) Common Brewer
    • Negus Ebenezer, Glover
    • Negus Samuel, Taylor
    • Negus William, (F.) Grocer
    • Negus William, jun. Common-cryer
    • Odell Tho. (F.) Farmer and Butcher
    • Okeley William, (F.) Tea-dealer
    • Pheasant John, (F.) Maltster
    • Peet Richard, (F.) Carpenter
    • Purton James, sen. Glover
    • Parsons Richard, Coachman from Bedford to Kettering
    • Purton James, jun. Glover
    • Purton Edward, Glover and Breeches-maker
    • Peach John, Victualler
    • Patstons Abraham, (F.) Tin-man and Basket-maker
    • Purser John, Farmer
    • Purton Thomas, Glover
    • Palmer William, (F.) Peruke-maker
    • Parker Wm. (F.) Meal-man & Baker
    • Prior Stephen, Taylor
    • Page Miss, Victualler
    • Partridge Mrs. Draper, and Agent to the Royal Exchange Assurance Office
    • Partridge Susannah, Milliner
    • Pavier Thomas, Victualler
    • Palmer John, (F.) Maltster
    • Rayment William, Currier
    • Robinson Thomas, Taylor
    • Ruffhead Robert, Draper
    • Read John, (F.) Painter in general
    • Rush William, Grocer
    • Rush Thomas, Grocer
    • Robinson R. W. Grocer and Tallow-chandler
    • Shevington Robert, Baker
    • Simmons John, Victualler
    • Smith John, Butcher and Grazier
    • Smith William, (F.) Victualler
    • Sammons Robert, Cooper
    • Savage Ann and Son, Glovers and Breeches-makers
    • Sims William, Peruke-maker
    • Swepson William, Whitesmith
    • Shevington Mercer, Sexton of St. Paul's
    • Sergeant William, Taylor
    • Shelton John, Butcher
    • Savill John, (F.) Linen and Woollen-draper
    • Stevens George, (F.) Grocer
    • Smith William, Draper
    • Smith Wm. (F.) Grazier and Butcher
    • Simons John, Carpenter
    • Smith Bartholomew, Gardener
    • Savage Charles, (F.) Bricklayer
    • Smith Thomas, Baker
    • Smith John, (F.) Corn-factor
    • Swepson Richard, Master of the Sunday Schools
    • Stimpson Richard, (F.) Laceman
    • Sheppard Thomas, (F.) Victualler
    • Small John, Grocer
    • Sharp William, (F.) Farmer
    • Smith William, (F.) Printer, Bookseller, Binder, and Stationer
    • Sharp George, Music-master
    • Slimm Mrs. Victualler
    • Spencer Mrs. Victualler
    • Small Thomas, (F.) Plumber & Glazier
    • Stewardson John, (F.) Blacksmith
    • Tall William, Hemp-dresser
    • Teedon William, (F.) Carpenter and Joiner
    • Thompson Philip, (F.) Butcher
    • Taylor Richard, (F.) Butcher
    • Taylor William, Basket-maker
    • Trap Simeon, (F.) Laceman
    • Trap Benjamin, Baker
    • Taylor John, Butcher
    • Taylor William, sen. (F.) Butcher
    • Thomas Mrs. Innkeeper & Post-mistress
    • Tucker William, (F.) Carpenter
    • Veal Elizabeth, Milliner
    • Wiles Samuel, Hair-dresser, &c.
    • Wagstaff Wm. Appraiser & Auctioneer
    • Webb Thomas, Organist
    • Woodward Thomas, Schoolmaster
    • White William, (F.) Victualler
    • Wing John, Marble and Stone-mason
    • Woodham Nathaniel, Cordwainer
    • Woodham John, Cordwainer
    • Woolston Charles, Cordwainer
    • Watkins William, (F.) Coal and Raft-merchant
    • Woodroffe John, sen. Victualler
    • Whitehouse Joseph, Peruke-maker
    • Woodroffe John, Brazier
    • Woodroffe Wm. Eastwell, Staymaker
    • White Thomas, Carpenter and Joiner
    • West George, Hair-dresser & Perfumer
    • Wells Edward, (F.) Baker & Mealman
    • Willis William, Peruke-maker
    • Whitehouse John, (F.) Gardener
    • Willis Joseph, sen. Farmer
    • Webb Charles, (F.) Draper
    • White Robert, Carpenter and Joiner
    • Woodroffe James, Carpenter
    • Watford Alexander, Surveyor
    • Webb Mrs. Draper
    • Warr ——, Pork-merchant
    • Waldeck Joseph Pierson, (F.) Mason
    • Whittingstall and Long, (F.) Common Brewers
    • York John, Victualler
    • [Transcribed by Craig Pickup ©2002]