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Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades for HORNSEA in Pigot's Directory of 1829.

Post,

  • Letters are forwarded to Leven by a postman every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, at eight in the morning, and arrive therefrom on those days at one in the afternoon; on Saturday they are despatched by a carrier.

Gentry & Clergy,

  • Bedell Benjamin, gent.
  • Constable Rev. Charles, Wassand
  • Cozy Rev. Charles, Newbegin
  • Day Mrs. Rebecca
  • Gibson Mrs.
  • Green George, esq.
  • Hudson John, gent.
  • Marshall Richard, gent.
  • Runton John, gent.
  • Smith Mrs. Dorothy
  • Sykes Rev. James

Academies,

  • Brown George
  • Witty Joseph

Surgeons,

  • Ballantine James
  • Denton Samuel
  • Harrison Charles

Hotels & Taverns,

  • Hare & Hounds, Martin Straker
  • New Hotel (& excise office) William, Tate
  • Old Hotel, John Heslop
  • Prince of Wales, William Amers

Shopkeepers, Traders, &c,

  • Acklam Thomas, boot & shoe maker
  • Bennett John, butcher
  • Bulson Jonathan, butcher & tallow chandler
  • Byes Robert, rope & twine maker
  • Carr John, haberdasher & toy dealer
  • Clark James, shopkeeper
  • Cooper Richard, grocer, draper and miller
  • Dawson John, wheelwright and joiner
  • Foster Ralph, butcher
  • Grantham Richard, bricklayer
  • Grantham William, boot & shoe maker & parish clerk
  • Grantham William, joiner & wheelwright
  • Greensides William, boot & shoe mkr
  • Henderson William, grocer and draper
  • Hillerby John, grocer & draper
  • Hornby Francis, grocer
  • Leeson William, baker, grocer and gardener
  • Linskin Stephen, butcher
  • Lounsbrough William, draper & hosier
  • Marsh Thomas, saddler
  • Milner Nicholson, painter & glazier
  • Milnes William, painter
  • Pool John, tailor
  • Russell John, bricklayer
  • Russell William, bricklayer
  • Smith Thomas, blacksmith
  • Southwick, joiner & wheelwright
  • Southwick Matthew, tailor & draper
  • Stephenson Paul, boot & shoe makr
  • Stork William, shopkeeper
  • Taylor William, bricklayer
  • Wadforth John, blacksmith
  • Welborn Robert, boot & shoe maker
  • Wells William, gardener
  • West Benjamin, hair dresser
  • Woodhouse William, shopkeeper

Carriers,

  • To Beverley, William Wilson & David Robinson, eve Saturday.
  • To Bridlington, William Stockdale, every Saturday.
  • To Hull, William Wilson & David Robinson, every Tuesday and Friday.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003


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