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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for BURNESTON in White's Directory of 1840.

Gentry &c.:

  • Anderson Rev. Rd, MA Vicarage
  • JV Dent Esq., Lord of the Manor

Those marked * are in Leeming Ln.:

Miscellany of trades

  • Blakeborough Richd, parish clerk
  • * May Wm, seedsman &c Hope Nursery
  • * Morton Wm, land agent and surveyor, Hope Cottage
  • Priestman Thomas, butcher
  • Sauren William, tailor
  • Wright Richard, assistant overseer

Inns and taverns,

  • Doctor Syntax, Wm Middleton
  • Four Alls, Thomas Metcalfe
  • * New Inn and posting house, Hy Couldwell
  • * Old Oak Tree and posting house, Wm Thomas
  • Tiger and Child, John Jackson

Academies,

  • Boston Richard (and boarding)
  • Hetherington Jno
  • Phillipson Geo
  • Walker Ann

Blacksmiths,

  • Metcalfe Wilkes
  • Todd James

Boot and shoe makers,

  • Bendelow Edw
  • Hewson Robert
  • Vister Wm

Bricklayers,

  • Kitching John
  • Middleton -----

Farmers,
Those marked thus * are owners.

  • * Barugh Ann
  • Buckle George
  • * Elgin Wm
  • Reed Robt, Allerthorpe Hall
  • Robinson John, Smearholes
  • * Townend James

Shopkeepers,

  • Blakeborough Sar
  • Raine Wm
  • Wright Jane

Wheelwrights, * indicates machine makers,

  • Clayton George
  • * Cummin Geo
  • Pratt Richard
  • * Teasdale John

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for CARTHORPE in White's Directory of 1840.

Lord of the Manor,

  • Marquis of Ailesbury

Miscellany of trades

  • Gatenby Geo, tinner
  • Raper Mrs, schoolr
  • Hewson John, schoolr
  • Serjeantson Wm Rookes Leedes Esq, Camp Hill
  • Sleddle Richard, Land agent
  • Umpleby Thomas, tailor

Inns and taverns,

  • Black Bull, Wm Anderson
  • Blacksmiths Arms Wilkes Metcalfe
  • Durham Ox, John Clark
  • Unicorn, Thomas Sadler

Blacksmiths,

  • Kirby William
  • Metcalfe Wilkes

Boot and shoe makers,

  • Christian Wm
  • Clark George
  • Clark Wm
  • Johnson John
  • Richardson Fras

Farmers,

  • Collier John
  • Cundale Anthony
  • Gatenby Richard
  • Gill Chpr, Lodge
  • Haukswell John
  • Horner John
  • Marley Wm
  • Pickersgill Eliz
  • Proctor Wm
  • Robinson George
  • Robinson Hutchn
  • Routh Thomas
  • Winn George

Shopkeepers,

  • Kendall Thomas
  • Pearson Thos (& woolcomber)
  • Robinson Chphr
  • Tunstall Mary

Wheelwrights *Joiners,

  • * Boston William
  • Clark John
  • *Johnson John and glazier
  • Richardson Hy

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for EXELBY in White's Directory of 1840.

For Directory, see Leeming,


Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for GATENBY in White's Directory of 1840.

Abm Beetham

  • Mrs Gowland

Farmers,

  • Rt Barley
  • Wm Beetham
  • Mtw Cranswick
  • Abm Gowland
  • Rt Skilbeck

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for LEEMING in White's Directory of 1840.

Lord of the Manor:

  • The Duke of Cleveland

Those marked 1 are in Exelby, 2 Leeming, 3 Newton and 4 Londonderry,

Gentry &c.:

  • 3 The Duke of Cleveland, Newton House (chief seat Raby Castle, Durham)
  • 2 Longhurst Rev. Samuel BA
  • 4 Peirse Richard, gent
  • 4 Walbran Misses Mary and Ann

Miscellany of trades

  • 2 Almond George, painter
  • 2 Carter Mrs Jane
  • 2 Chapman Thomas Schoolmaster
  • 2 Harrison Mary, corn miller
  • 2 Hewitt Jph, nailmaker and beerhouse
  • 2 Metcalf Timothy, butcher
  • 1 Ramshay Chphr, solicitor
  • 2 Ramshay Wm, brick and tile maker
  • 3 Robinson Thomas, gardener
  • 2 Seamour Thomas, baker
  • 4 Walbran Francis, gardener
  • 2 Walton Mr Thomas

Inns and taverns,

  • 2 Black Ox, Mary Boddy
  • 1 Boar, Leonard Wilkinson
  • 4 Cleveland Arms, Joseph Fowler
  • 2 Crown, Robert Webster
  • 1 Flora, Francis Russells
  • 4 Lion and Lamb, Wm Baxter
  • Willow Tree, Thos Grange

Blacksmiths,

  • 4 Pybus Thomas
  • 2 Thomas Pybus
  • 2 Robson Wm
  • 1 Russells Fras

Boot and Shoe Makers,

  • 4 Hill Thomas
  • 2 Minnikin John
  • 2 Powter George
  • 2 Tallon Wm
  • 4 Winn Thos

Farmers, * are yeoman:

  • 1 Allan John, Grange
  • 1 * Beck George
  • 2 * Bell John
  • 1 Bell William, Bromaking
  • 2 Carter Nicholas
  • 2 Cuthbert Wm
  • 3 Fleetham Thos, Grange
  • 2 John Harrison
  • 3 Haw Charles
  • 1 Horsman Thos
  • 1 Jamson Chpr
  • 1 Jamson James
  • 1* Kettlewell Jno
  • 1 * Marsden John
  • 4 Mason Thomas
  • 1* Metcalfe Ann
  • 3 Metcalfe Chpr
  • 4 Mewburn Wm
  • 4 Peacock Luke
  • 2 Pickersgill Jno
  • 2 Plews John
  • 1* Sadler Robert
  • 1* Skipsey Robt
  • 1 Stonehouse Jas
  • 2 Sturgess John
  • 4 Ward George
  • 2 Wood J

Shopkeepers,

  • 2 Sedgwick Matth
  • 2 Sherrington W
  • 2 Watkins Joseph

Spirit Merchants,

  • 1 Dauris Patrick
  • 4 Hetherington D

Tailors,

  • 2 Nicholson Mark
  • 4 Robinson Wm

Wheelwrights,

  • Bell Wm Intake
  • 4 Gelder Chpr
  • 1 Holmes John
  • 1 Kertlan James
  • 4 Thompson John
  • 2 Wray William (Millwright)

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for LONDONDERRY in White's Directory of 1840.

For Directory, see Leeming,


Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for NEWTON in White's Directory of 1840.

For Directory, see Leeming,


Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for THEAKSTONE in White's Directory of 1840.

Gentry &c.:

  • The Duke of Cleveland owns The Grange Farm
  • Edward John Carter of Theakstone Hall
  • Lees Chas., gent.
  • Wm Jackson, blacksmith

Farmers,

  • John Allinson
  • Jas Appleton
  • Jas Blythe
  • Rd Collinson
  • Wm Kirkby
  • Cath and Rd Metcalfe

Transcribed by Caroline Gaden.