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

Lord of the Manor:

  • CH Elsley Esq.

Gentry &c.:

  • Thos H Horsfall, Esq., Mount St John
  • Rev Chas Johnstone, incumbent
  • Rev Edw Jewitt, curate
  • John Norton, bricklayer
  • John Ridsdale, schoolmaster
  • Jph Spivey, vict Carpenters' Arms

Farmers,

  • Chpr Braithwaite
  • Dorothy Haw
  • Wm Lancaster, Marderby Grange
  • Wm Lancaster jun
  • Jcb Pearson
  • Jacob Pearson jun, Marderby Hall
  • John and William Pearson

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

Lord of the manor:

  • Walter Manners Esq.

Landowners:

  • Rev E Manners
  • JW Bryan Esq.

Gentry &c.:

  • Walter Manners Esq, Westow Hall
  • Rt Bransby, shoemaker
  • Thos Joblin, shopkpr
  • Chphr Body, school
  • Thos Fletcher, blacksmith
  • Wm Garbutt, vict Board
  • John Wedgewell, vict Dial
  • Peter Hutchinson and Wm Siddle, stonemasons
  • Roger Shepherd, tailor

Farmers,

  • Jno Bellwood
  • Mark Bielby
  • Wm Fox
  • Jph Hogg
  • Wm Jackson
  • Jas Leadley
  • Thos Rose
  • Rd Surr
  • Wm Seavers
  • Jas Short
  • Thos Spink
  • Robt Weightman

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for SUTTON UNDER WHITESTONE CLIFF in White's Directory of 1840.

Lord of the manor:

  • Archbishop of York

Gentry &c.:

  • Wm Sinclair, gent, Grizzlefield Hse
  • Thos Bosomworth, school
  • Wm Brown, cattle dealer
  • Thos Cooper, butcher
  • John Farrah, shopkeeper
  • Mrs Green
  • Jph Jarvis and John Thompson, blacksmiths
  • Rev Chas Johnstone, vicar
  • Rev John Walton (Indp)
  • Jas Kettlewell, wheel wright
  • Wm Magee, stonemason
  • Wm Palliser, vict Black Horse
  • Wm Masterman, vict Star

Shoemakers,

  • Wm Attley
  • John and Jph Bosomworth
  • Geo Kilton

Tailors,

  • Wm Feast
  • Michael Palliser
  • John Rose

Farmers,

  • John and Thos Barker
  • Chpr Blythe
  • Mary Bosomworth
  • John Buttrey
  • John Calvert (and cattle dealer)
  • Samuel Cowen
  • Thos Faint, Water hole
  • Thos Jackson
  • Chpr Kendrew and miller
  • John Lonsdale
  • Hy Suffil
  • John Thompson
  • Rt Walker

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

Landowners:

  • Elsley, Manners and Bryan families

Miscellany of trades

  • Hy Burn, gamekeeper
  • Lnd Rose, beer house

Farmers,

  • Ruth Huggon
  • Thos Kirk
  • Wm Langdale
  • Jph Simpson
  • Wm Taylor
  • John Weightman
  • John Wetherill

Transcribed by Caroline Gaden.