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

Post Office,

  • at Mrs Mary Dale's, Bow Street
  • Letters are despatched and received at 7 morning, and a ¼ before 5 evening

Those marked:

  • 1 live in Bellmangate; 2 in Box street; 3 in Bow street; 4 in the Market Place; 5 in Westgate.

Miscellany of trades

  • 3 Aislaby Anthony, cattle dealer
  • 5 Bird James, & Bulmer Thos, gents
  • Burthram John, gent. Westgate
  • Chilton John, gent. Westgate
  • 5 Clarke Hy. solr. & clerk to magistrate
  • 5 Clarke Rev. Hy, M.A.,incumbent
  • Coning Miss Ann, & Clayton Mary
  • Croft Mrs. Ann, Bellmangate
  • Cooper Ann, stay maker, Bow street
  • 5 Dale Mr. M, & Dixon Mr. Thos.
  • Danby Mrs. Elizabeth, Market place
  • 1 Gricewood William, farrier
  • 5 Hague Rev. Wm. Independent Min.
  • Hart William, land agent, Cottage
  • Hickson Thomas, gent. Westgate
  • 3 Hickson Joseph, chief constable
  • 5 Hudson Rev. Benj, Wesleyan Min.
  • Hutchinson Mrs. Eliz. Westgate
  • Hutton Mrs. Eliz. Bellmangate
  • 3 Leng John, linen weaver
  • Mason George, gentleman, Westgate
  • Morley Mrs. Mary, Bellmangate
  • Mountain Capt. Wm. Westgate
  • Newton William, gent. Westgate
  • Peirson George, land agent, Westgate
  • Pollard Mrs. Martha, Bellmangate
  • Proud John, gentleman, Bow street
  • Pulman Alex. Farrier, Westgate
  • Pulman Thomas, gent. Westgate
  • Pulman Mrs. E. Westgate
  • 1 Ricaby Misses Sarah & Ann
  • Scaife John, slater, Market place
  • Small Thomas, gent. Westgate
  • 3 Thompson John, tea dealer
  • Unthank John, governor, Workhouse
  • Watson Thomas, gent. Westgate
  • 5 Walker Wm. solr. & clerk to Board of Guardians
  • 5 Williamson Mrs. Frances

Banks. (Branch),

  • 5 Darlington Banking Co. (openTues.)
  • 5 Skinner & Co. (Stockton) attend Cock Hotel, Tuesday
  • 5 Stockton & Durham County Bank, David Baker, agent
  • Savings Bank, Mr. Wm. Walker, manager, Town-hall, Market Place

Inns and Taverns,

  • Anchor, Wm. Page, Bellmangate
  • Black Swan, Ann Shepherd, Westgt.
  • Buck Inn, Mary Watson, Market pl
  • Cock & Commercial Hotel, Thomas Marsh, (& posting house) Market pl
  • Fox, William Ord, Bow street
  • Fox & Hounds, Geo. Storey, Slape-Wath
  • 4 George & Dragon, John Scaife
  • 4 Golden Lion, Joseph Garbutt
  • 3 Highland Laddie, Elizabeth Leng
  • 5 Kings Head, Edward Williamson
  • 3 King William, Ralph Greathead
  • Mermaid, John Peart, Westgate
  • Red Lion, Joseph Wynn, Church st
  • Seven Stars Hotel & Posting House, Thomas Booth, Market place
  • Ship, Herman Howcroft, Westgate
  • Sloop, John Beadnall, Westgate
  • Three Fiddlers, John Hewitt, Westgt

Academies,

  • 5 Atkinson Ann
  • Cross H. Patten 1n

Grammar School,

  • Rev. W. Wilcock
  • 3 Johnson Miss E.
  • 5 Prov. School, Geo
  • Lowe & E. Cooper

Attornies,

  • Clarke & Walker, Town Hall
  • 5 Stephenson Thos
  • 5 Weatherill Wm

Auctioneers,

  • 5 Sanders William
  • 4 Watson John

Bakers,

  • 5 Pollard Chpr.
  • 3 Pollard Joseph

Blacksmiths,

  • 4 Brown Joseph
  • 5 Hewitt John
  • 2 Rawling Thomas
  • Rutter Marshall
  • 5 Wilson John

Miscellany of trades

  • Bookseller, & c.
  • 5 Hodgson Ralph, (and printer)

Boot and Shoemakers,

  • Alderson John
  • 4 Douglas John
  • 5 Lane John
  • 2 Page William
  • 5 Pennock Thos
  • 3 Porritt George
  • 3 Robinson Thos.
  • 3 Watson Robert
  • 3 Wilson Gofton
  • 1 Wilson Robert

Brewers - see Maltsters,

Bricklayers,

  • Williamson Rt.
  • 3 Winter Thomas
  • 3 Winter Thos. Jun

Butchers,

  • 3 Atkinson Thos.
  • 5 Darnton Thomas
  • 5 Darnton Wm.
  • 5 Garbutt John
  • 3 Leng Thomas
  • 1 Mills John
  • 5 Sanders Wm
  • 5 Terry John

Miscellany of trades

  • Clock & Watchmakers
  • 5 Belt Thomas
  • 4 Wilson Ths & Jno

Cooper,

  • 5 Watson John

Corn Millers,

  • 5 Fletcher George
  • Pollard Benjamin, Howbeck

Curriers,

  • 5 Ord Rd. (& tanner)
  • 3 Walker Robert

Druggists,

  • 4 Duck Daniel
  • 4 Smith John

Farmers,

  • Ackroyd Jas. Sleddale
  • Askew R. Scugdale
  • Askew Rt Parkhall
  • Atkinson Jno. Old Park
  • Boyes Stephenson, Barnaby Undwd
  • Boyes Wm. Popular Hall
  • Corney Harland, Carling how
  • Dale Geo. Westgt
  • Gofton Jane
  • Harrison Jno. Waterfalls
  • Marsh T. Howbeck
  • Newton J ph. Wood house
  • Moon James
  • Ord Jph. Westgt
  • 5 Peirson George
  • 1 Peirson Richard
  • 1 Pollard William
  • 1 Potter William
  • Richardson Robt.
  • Rigg J. Northcote
  • Rowland John
  • Sayer W. Foxdale
  • Scarth Ann, Stone bridge
  • Wardle W. Barnaby-grange
  • 3 Watson John
  • 5 Wilson Robert, (& farrier)
  • 1 Wood John

Flax Dresser,

  • 5 Smith Wm.

Gardeners,

  • 1 Brown John
  • 1 Cooper Wm
  • English John

Grocers, & c,

  • 4 Baker David
  • 5 Garbutt John
  • 3 Nellist Joseph
  • 5 Pulman Wm
  • 5 Rodham John
  • 4 Smith John
  • 4 Watson John

Hair Dressers

  • 5 Gunson Anthy
  • 5 Wright John

Ironmongers, &c,

  • 5 Bulmer Thomas, (& brazier, &c.)
  • 4 Wilson Thos. & John

Joiners & Cabinet Makers,

  • 5 Clark Morley
  • 1 Dennis Thomas
  • 3 Small John
  • 4 Taylor Benj. Jun
  • 5 Taylor Benj

Library (subtn.),

  • 5 Laing James, lib

Linen and Woollen Drapers,

  • 4 Baker David
  • 3 Nellist Joseph
  • 5 Pulman Wm
  • 5 Rodham John
  • 4 Smith John
  • 4 Watson John

Miscellany of trades

  • Maltsters & Brewers
  • Graham John, North-out-gate
  • Weatherill Thos, Westgate

Milliners, &c,

  • 5 Corney Mary
  • 5 Fletcher Mary
  • 4 Hodgson E
  • 3 Hesleton Ann

Painters, Plumbers and Glaziers,

  • 2 Bulmer John
  • 3 Bulmer Richard
  • 5 Wright Robert

Rope, & c. Maker,

  • 5 Smith William

Saddlers, & c,

  • 4 Booth Thomas
  • 3 Clark George
  • 2 Cole William

Seedsmen,

  • 5 Askew William
  • 4 Corney William
  • 3 Small John

Shopkeepers,

  • 3 Brown M. (& confr)
  • Boyes W, Westgt
  • 5 Laing James
  • 5 Lowe George
  • 5 Metcalfe Wm
  • 3 Symmonds Chas. (and confectr.)
  • 5 Terry John

Stone Masons,

  • 3 Pretty Richard
  • 5 Stockton John
  • 5 Williamson Edw
  • 3 Wynn Joseph

Straw Hat Makers,

  • 4 Hodgson Eliz
  • 5 Lewish Martha
  • 1 Pattinson Eliz

Surgeons,

  • 5 Thompson Walter
  • 5 Wilson Henry
  • 2 Wilson William

Tailors,

  • 2 Beaumont Abm
  • 5 Burn William
  • 5 Galleway Shlds
  • 2 Haverlock J. & W
  • Rooks John, N gt
  • 5 Scarth Isaac

Tallow Chandlers,

  • 5 Askew William, (& fellmonger)
  • 4 Corney William

Wheelwrights,

  • 5 Burrows Wm
  • 5 Howcroft Hrmn
  • 5 Johnson Burley

Wine & Spt. Merts,

  • 4 Corney William
  • 5 Weatherill Thos

Coaches,

  • Earl of Zetland, from the Buck to Redcar every alternate day during the bathing season
  • Cleveland, to Redcar and Bedale, Mon, Wed and Sat during season from the Cock
  • Union, from the Seven Stars and the Cock to Whitby one aft and to Stockton and Sunderland 11 mng
  • Victoria, to Middlesbro' 11 mng and to Whitby one aft, daily except Sun from the Seven Stars

Carriers,

  • Brotton John, to Castleton, Tuesday
  • Cuthbert John, to Middlesbro' and Staithes, Monday & Thursday
  • Johnson Margaret, to Stokesley, Wed. & Sat; & Whitby, Mon & Thu
  • Johnson Robert, to Stockton three days a week
  • Kitchen Peter, to Stockton three days a week
  • Wiley Thomas, to Whitby, Mon & Thu; & to Middlesbro', Wed & Sat

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

Miscellany of trades

  • John Shaw, corn miller
  • John Smallwood, saw mill

Farmers,

  • Wm Holliday
  • Thomas Hugill
  • Wm Harrison
  • Wm Plews
  • Rt Sanderson
  • John and Robt Webster
  • Wm Williams

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for HUTTON LOW CROSS in White's Directory of 1840.

Farmers,

  • Thomas Allison
  • John Bolton
  • Thos Bolton
  • Wm Farndale (and joiner)
  • Thos Foster
  • Eliz Moon
  • Geo Reade Esq
  • John Thomas
  • William Wetherill

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

Gentry &c.:

  • Wm Simpson, land agent and surveyor, Hall

Farmers,

  • John Frankland
  • Robt Leng
  • Wm Wardale

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

Land owners,

  • R Chaloner is Lord of the Manorompton by Sawdon,
  • H Vansittart Esq also owns land

Miscellany of trades

  • John Peirson, land agent, Thornton Field
  • Wm Ward, brick and tile maker
  • Thomas Pattinson, corn miller

Farmers,

  • Farmers,lan
  • Isaac Foster
  • Wm Hart Ellis
  • George Peirson

Transcribed by Caroline Gaden.