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Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades for SKIPWITH in Post Office Directory of 1857.

Private Residents:

  • Rev Garling curate
  • John Parker Toulson esq Skipwith Hall

Commercial:

  • Samuel Arrand farmer
  • Thomas Baron farmer
  • George Bellas farmer
  • Robert Brown farmer
  • John Burton Old Hare and Hounds
  • William Calvert farmer
  • Henry Carr farmer
  • John Copley shopkeeper and wheelwright
  • John Cotton farmer
  • Joseph Deighton farmer
  • John Douglas miller
  • Thomas Hare smith
  • Thomas Hessell farmer
  • Thomas Hodgson farmer and smith
  • Robert Kirk farmer
  • John Lambert farmer
  • John Lister farmer and parish clerk
  • John Long farmer
  • William Newham farmer
  • John Nicholson farmer
  • Thomas Simpson farmer
  • Anthony Swales farmer
  • Anthony Swales jnr farmer
  • Henry Townsley farmer
  • George Watson beer retailer
  • ---- Wiseman master of school

Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades
for NORTH DUFFIELD in Post Office Directory of 1857.

Private Residents:

  • William Scholfield esq
  • Mr William Todd

Commercial:

  • Matthew Appleyard farmer
  • Joseph Bell King's Arms and smith
  • Robert Burton farmer
  • Samuel Chantry farmer Derwent Cottage
  • George Daniel farmer
  • John Daniel farmer
  • Adam Dauley smith
  • David Douglas farmer
  • Mrs Mary Douglas farmer
  • William Douglas butcher
  • John Fowler wheelwright
  • George Granvill shoemaker
  • Ambrose Gray farmer
  • Joseph Hudson shopkeeper
  • Mrs Kay farmer
  • Peter Kirby farmer
  • George Kitson schoolmaster
  • Thomas Leek farmer
  • George Louder farmer Rigg Moor
  • William Maskell farmer
  • William Precious farmer
  • John Ripley miller
  • Mrs Jane Scott farmer
  • Robert Sailes farmer
  • Samuel Sampson farmer
  • John Sharp shopkeeper and tailor
  • Joseph Vollans farmer
  • John Wiles Cart and Horse
  • Letters through Selby

Transcribed by Shelly Stephenson. ©2006


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