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

Lord of the Manor,

  • The Marquis of Normanby

Gentry &c.,
Marked 1 are at Runswick 2 at Staithes and the rest in Hinderwell

  • 2 Brown Harrison, gentleman
  • 2 Brown Jph, clock and watchmaker
  • 2 Burton William, cabinet maker
  • 2 Craggs William, gentleman
  • Hall John, tallow chandler
  • Hansell William, farrier
  • 2 Hopkins Jas, Captain of the coast guard
  • Lane John, cooper
  • 2 Lawson Mr Geo
  • 2 Laverick John, druggist and draper
  • 2 Laverrick Thomas, saddler
  • Marshall Wm, currier and leather cutter
  • 1 Miller William, coal merchant
  • 2 Mitchell Rev. Wm, Independent Min
  • Moon Isc and Geo corn millers, Dale House
  • 2 Rodham Thomas, ship and boat builder
  • Peacock John, lapidary and jet manufacturer
  • Porritt Rt and Marshall Thos, gents
  • Stephenson Snowdon, gent
  • Smith Rev. Wm Henry MA, Rectory
  • 2 Theaker James, gentleman
  • 2 Trattles Thomas, plumber, glazier, tinner and brazier and hardware dealer!

Inns and Taverns,

  • Brown Cow, Wm Smallwood
  • 2 Cod and Lobster, Matthew Trattles
  • Dale House, Joseph Wood
  • 1 Fishing Boat, John Webster
  • 2 Golden Lion, Thomas Bonnes
  • 2 Mulgrave Arms, John Crossley
  • 2 Royal George, Thomas Seymour
  • 1 Ship, William Tose
  • Soulder of Mutton Wm Gibson
  • 2 Soulder of Mutton C Duell
  • 2 White Horse, Margaret Cole

Academies,

  • 1 Clayton Robert
  • 2 Galilee Hannah
  • 2 Hill John
  • 2 Mead Richard

Bakers,

  • 2 Barnett John
  • 2 Dawson Thomas
  • 2 Hodgson George
  • 1 Miller William
  • 1 Scott William

Blacksmiths,

  • 2 Bell Robert
  • 2 Sanders John
  • 2 Sanders Jno jun
  • Smallwood Wm
  • Smurthwaite Jno

Boot and shoemakers,

  • 2 Adamson Leonard
  • 2 Brown Mark
  • 2 Jackson Wm
  • 2 Seymour John
  • Smurthwaite Wm
  • 2 Spinks James

Butchers,

  • Gibson Wm
  • Hodgson Wm
  • 2 Parkes Thomas
  • Wood Joseph

Farmers,

  • Dobson Thomas
  • Duell Thomas
  • Hill William
  • Lewis Philip
  • Marshall John
  • Marshall Robert
  • Newton John
  • Scarth Isaac
  • Scarth William
  • Trattles Thomas
  • Wilkinson Paul
  • Wilson Robert

Grocers,

  • * are drapers,
  • 2 Barton Mary
  • 2 Brown Mark
  • 2 Coates Richard
  • 2* Hutton Richard
  • 2* Moore Mary
  • 2 Pinder Ellen
  • Skelton Thomas
  • Smallwood Henry
  • 2* Trattles Thomas
  • 1 Webster Hannah

Hair dressers,

  • 2 Lawson George
  • 2 Lawson Thomas

Sloop and Boat owners,

  • 2 Brown Joseph
  • 2 Brown Thomas
  • 1 Calvert Isaac
  • 1 Clark Thomas
  • 2 Laverick George
  • 1 Smallwood Wm
  • 1 Waller Wm
  • 1 Webster John

Surgeons,

  • 2 Breckon John
  • Spence John

Tailors,

  • 2 Cowburn Robert
  • 2 Fletcher John
  • Jefferson E
  • 2 Mead William
  • 2 Sayer Robert

Wheelwrights,

  • 2 Chapman Andrew
  • Skelton Thomas

Carriers,

  • 2 John Carling to Whitby Mon Wed Fri and Sat
  • 2 John Cuthbert to Middlesbrough Mon and Thur
  • 2 Thos Nisbett to Stockton Tues and Whitby Fri and Sat

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

Lord of the Manor:

  • Edmund Turton Esq

Miscellany of trades

  • * are in Little Scaling, a hamlet of 3 farms

Miscellany of trades

  • Wm Bradley, schoolmaster
  • Wm Hicks, blacksmith
  • Thos Liversidge, corn miller
  • Ann Pearson, vict Board
  • John Skelton, wheelwright
  • Chphr Wallis, wheelwright

Farmers,

  • Fras Battersby
  • John and Thos Codling*
  • James Duell
  • John Farndale*
  • Martin Hicks*
  • Rt Hicks
  • Mattw Hodgson
  • John Kirby (and auctioneer)
  • Thos Trattles
  • Mary and Ralph Welford

Transcribed by Caroline Gaden.


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