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

Landowners,

  • R.C. Elwes Esq is Lord of the Manor but H.W. Yeoman and Rd. Smith Esqs. own a
  • great part of the soil

Miscellany of trades Marked 1 are at Egton Bridge

  • 2 near Glaisdale
  • 3 at Newbegin
  • and the rest in Egton

Miscellany of trades

  • Bennison Robert, gamekeeper
  • Burnitt George, stone mason
  • 1 Cornforth John, cornmiller
  • Frankland William, chair maker
  • 1 Greenhalgh Rev. Hy, Catholic priest
  • 1 Lawson Isaac, stone mason
  • Pennock William, beer house
  • Peckett John, land and wood agent
  • 1 Richardson Rev. Benj, incumbent
  • Shimmins William, saddler
  • 1 Smith Richard Esq and John, gent
  • 1 Wilson Thomas, schoolmaster
  • Wilson M Schoolmaster
  • White George, draper

Inns and Taverns,

  • 1 Board, Leonard Rea (and butcher)
  • Fox and Hounds, Elizabeth Frankland
  • Horse Shoe, Yeoman Wilson
  • 1 Horse Shoe William Underwood
  • Plough, John Smallwood
  • Ship, James Underwood
  • Wheat Sheaf, Joseph White

Blacksmiths,

  • Hill John
  • Underwood Jas
  • 1Underwood Wm

Boot and shoemakers,

  • 1 Harrison Joseph
  • 1 Knaggs Charles
  • Roe Thomas
  • White THomas

Butchers,

  • Bell William
  • 1 Leadley Wm

Farmers,

  • Agar Ann
  • 1 Boyes Thomas
  • 1 Brittain Benj
  • 3 Burnett Wm
  • 3 Butter Thomas
  • 3 Cooper John
  • 3 Cooper William
  • 3 Cooper William
  • 3 Cooper William yes 3 separate entries
  • 1 Dale John
  • Elders Henry
  • Elders Wm
  • Fletcher George
  • Grayson Isaac
  • Harland John
  • Harland Mary
  • 2 Harrison Joseph
  • Harrison John
  • Harrison Wm
  • 2 Hart Thomas
  • Helm John
  • 2 Hill Wm
  • Hodgson Francis
  • 3 Hogarth John
  • Knaggs Mary
  • 3 Lacey Wm
  • Lythe Richard
  • Lythe Thomas
  • Lythe Wm
  • 2 Lister Wm
  • Marshall Jonth
  • 1 Mead John
  • Mead Chphr
  • 3 Mead William
  • 3 Miller James
  • Pearson George
  • Pearson George
  • Pearson Francis
  • 3 Pearson Francis
  • Pennock James
  • 2 Pennock Thos
  • Prudham George
  • Redman Wm
  • Rea George
  • Rigg Richard
  • Robinson John
  • Shaw Mary
  • Smith Wm
  • 3 Stephenson Wm
  • 3 Swales John
  • Thompson Jas
  • 3 Underwood John
  • 2 Wade Robt
  • Wardell Francis
  • Watson George
  • Wellitt William
  • White Joseph
  • Wilson John
  • Wilson Francis
  • 3 Wilkinson John
  • 3 Wood George
  • Wood Ralph
  • 3 Yeoman Aaron
  • Yeoman Francis
  • Yeoman John
  • Yeoman Robt
  • Yeoman Thos

Shopkeepers,

  • 1 Hogarth Philip
  • Hugill William
  • Hutchinson Fras
  • 1 Knaggs Charles

Tailors,

  • 1 Barker Geo and Barker Joseph
  • Surr Joseph

Wheelwrights,

  • Saunderson Wm
  • White John
  • White WIlliam

Transcribed by Caroline Gaden.