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

Miscellany of trades

  • George Appleton farm agent
  • Roger Bolland, gentleman
  • John Burrill, gent
  • Mrs C Bowes
  • George Clavert, plumber and glazier
  • Christopher Coldbeck, tinner and glazier
  • George Cuitt, artist, Belle Vue
  • Mr Edw Dawson
  • Mrs My Durham
  • John Deighton, hairdresser
  • Mary Forbes, silk dyer
  • Imeson and Raper, iron merchants
  • Cpr Imeson, gent
  • Mrs My Jackson
  • George Jackson, post office
  • Wm Jackson, organist and music profr
  • Rev. Jas Lemmon, methodist minister
  • Mrs Grace Lightfoot
  • William Lightfoot, currier
  • Mr Hy Lofthouse
  • Mrs Grace Lyon
  • John and Mrs Jane Martin
  • Rev. David McKay, baptist minister
  • Henry Metcalfe, gentleman
  • John Mould execise officer
  • Thos Prest and Son, flax spinners
  • Mrs Mary Slack
  • Mary Raper
  • Robert Theakston, cattle dealer
  • James Thompson, gentleman
  • Rd Thwaites, riddle and sieve maker
  • Rev. Anthony Triffit, methodist minister
  • Rev. Geo Waddington MA,Vicarage
  • Mrs My Watson
  • Mrs Ann Wilson
  • Mrs My Whitelock
  • Miss Windross
  • Mrs Ann Wilkinson
  • John Williamson, gent
  • William Wilson, manor bailiff
  • Samuel and Thomas Wrather Esqs

Inns and Taverns,

  • Bay Horse, Thomas Irving
  • Bull Inn, John Wood
  • George and Dragon, Thos Hanley
  • Kings Head (posting), Jno Lightfoot
  • Lord Nelson, Thomas Hammond
  • Mason's Arms, Sarah Clarkson
  • White Bear, John Teasdale

Academies,

  • Free Schools Cpr Marsden and Miss Wilkinson
  • Grammar School Edmund Barker
  • Hannah Stubbs

Attorneys,

  • John Clavert
  • John Prest

Bakers,

  • Gabriel Kay
  • William Pybus

Blacksmiths,

  • William Beckwith
  • Mathew Fleetham
  • Peter Mallaby
  • John Metcalfe
  • Robert Rider
  • Peter Ward

Boot and shoe makers,

  • John Benson
  • James Brewster
  • William Elsworth
  • George Furby
  • John Haste
  • John Mainman
  • Joseph Moor
  • Edward Pybus
  • Francis Sturdy
  • Isaac Towler
  • Thomas Towler
  • Joseph Warriner
  • Thomas Wharton

Brewers and Maltsters,

  • William Lightfoot
  • John Wood

Butchers,

  • George Appleton
  • John Jackson
  • Wm Williamson
  • William Wood

Coach builders,

  • Thomas Pullen

Confectioners,

  • George Fryer, jun.
  • Chphr Walker

Coopers,

  • James Duffield
  • John Duffield

Earthenware &c dealers,

  • Sarah Backhouse
  • William Scurrah

Farmers,

  • Joseph Clarke
  • William Clarkson
  • George Graham, Foxholmes
  • Robert Jeff, High Mains
  • Thomas Kendale, Shaws
  • Mark Rider, Low Mains
  • Mary Rider, Mile House
  • John Sturdy

Glovers,

  • William Husband
  • John Taylor

Grocers &c,

  • Thomas Carter
  • Hawkin and druggist
  • Wm London and Co
  • Chphr Raper (dlr in British wines, booksellr and registrar)

Ironmongers,

  • George Jackson
  • William Terry

Joiners and cabinet makers,

  • John Fisher
  • Jas and Jn Metcalfe

L and W drapers,

  • Thomas Carter
  • Wm London and Co
  • John Raper

Milliners,

  • Eliza Ascough
  • Margt Beckwith
  • Margaret Pratt

Painters,

  • Thos Falkingham
  • Wm Finlayson

Saddlers,

  • James London
  • Thomas Stott

Shopkeepers,

  • Margt Clarkson
  • William Scurrah
  • Robt Thompson
  • Peter Ward

Stone Masons,

  • Matthew Clarkson
  • Joseph Ellis, Foxholme
  • William Hall
  • Edw Mudd, sexton

Straw Hat makers,

  • Mary Deighton
  • Mary Dresser
  • Mary Rayner
  • Betty Thompson

Straw Plat Dealers,

  • Isaac Forbes
  • Willliam Rayner
  • William Scurrah
  • Robt Thompson

Surgeons,

  • Wm M Dalgliesh MD
  • Rd E Hutchinson

Tailors,

  • Henry Atkinson
  • Thomas Buckle
  • Samuel Castling
  • Wm London and Co
  • Robt Thompson
  • Samuel Towler

Tallow Chandlers,

  • Thomas Carter
  • Wm Williamson

Watchmakers,

  • William Pratt
  • William Terry

Wheelwrights,

  • Thomas Alton
  • Robert Atkinson
  • George Fryer
  • John Sturdy

Wine and spirit merchants,

  • John Lightfoot
  • John Wood

Wool combers,

  • John Cummins
  • Isaac Forbes
  • Robert Hodgson
  • Eliz and Ed Jackson
  • James Ruecroft

Wool staplers,

  • Thos Hammond
  • Wm Williamson

Carriers,

  • To Bedale Wm Raynor (Tues)
  • To Leeds John Nelson (Mon) Wm Rayner (Thurs)
  • To Middleham Wm Rayner (Mon and Thurs)
  • To Richmond Jno Nelson (every Fri)
  • To Ripon and York John Nelson and Wm Rayner (Mon and Thurs)

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for BURTON UPON URE in White's Directory of 1840.

Gentry &c.:

  • Marmaduke Wyvill Esq. is Lord of the Manor
  • Darcy Hutton Esq, Aldbrough Hall
  • James Prest Esq, Burton House
  • Thomas Prest and Sons, flax spinners, Masham Mill

Farmers,

  • Thomas Clark, Low Burton
  • John Ewbank, Northcote
  • John Hutchinson, Lamb Hill
  • John Johnson, Northcote
  • Mark Newby, Nutwith-cote
  • Christopher Outhwaite, High Burton
  • Wm Peacock, Aldbrough
  • Timothy Smorthit, Southcote

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

Miscellany of trades

  • Wm Blenkinsop, wheelwright
  • Jas Tindale, shoe maker
  • Stephen Graham, shoe maker
  • Margt Hardy, shopr and vict Earl Gray
  • Samuel Hedger, blacksmith
  • John Stockdale, shoemaker and vict Boot and Shoe

Farmers,

  • Jph Appleby
  • Tmy Ascough
  • Philip Dodds, Haregill Lodge
  • Jas Varah, Angramcote
  • Thos Carter

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

* at Low, rest at High Ellington,

Miscellany of trades

  • Robert Arnell, shoe maker
  • Thos and Peter Ascough*, fellmongers and leather dressers
  • John Durham, gent
  • Mr Benj Jackson
  • Leonard Jackson, wheelwright
  • Thomas Morrell, cattle dealer

Farmers,

  • Thomas Ascough*
  • Matthew Imeson*
  • Thos Imeson
  • Thos Jackson
  • Robert Jackson, Elmires
  • Henry Jeff
  • John Kendall

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

Miscellany of trades

  • Thomas Ascough, blacksmith
  • John Calvert, solicitor
  • James Coates, machine maker
  • Wm Harrison, shoe maker
  • John Horner, wheelwright
  • Matthew Terry, wheelwright
  • Thomas Hutchinson, shoe maker
  • Jph Imeson, tailor
  • Wm Scorer, cattle dealer and vict King's Head
  • Jph Rayner, shopkeeper and shoemaker
  • John Wilson, shopr
  • Peter Wintersgill, Vict New Inn
  • Wm Wintersgill, vict Black Swan

Yeomen,

  • John Blackburn
  • Robt Blackburn
  • Robt Dawson

Farmers,

  • Geo Barker
  • Jas Beck
  • Thomas Briden
  • Matthew Jackson
  • Thomas Smorthhit
  • Chpr Spence
  • Mitchell Wellls

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for HEALEY WITH SUTTON in White's Directory of 1840.

Miscellany of trades

  • Geo Atkinson, blacksmith, Gollinglith-foot
  • John Glew, butcher
  • George Johnson, wheelwright
  • Wm Leeming, school master
  • Peter Pratt, smith and vict Blacksmith's Arms
  • Jane Rudd, vict Black Horse
  • Thos Rudd, tailor
  • Mr Thos Walker
  • Mattw Wintersgill, miller

Shoemakers,

  • Robt Barnes
  • Peter Robinson
  • Chpr Fawcett

Masons,

  • Geo Frankland
  • Wm Johnson

Farmers

  • Ephraim Barker
  • John Barker
  • Matthew Hutchinson, Sour mire
  • John Carter
  • Peter Carter, Leighton
  • Wm Edon
  • Thos Hutchinson, Agra
  • Thos Hutchinson, Towler Hill
  • James and Wm Lightfoot
  • Thos Musgrave
  • Wm Rider
  • John and Thomas Smorthitt
  • Edward Swailes
  • Mason Verity
  • Bbs Walker
  • Mrs Wilson
  • Geo and Thos Wintersgill

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for ILTON CUM POTT in White's Directory of 1840.

Marked * means in Pott:

Miscellany of trades

  • George Close*, Schoolr
  • Geo Dobby, shoemkr
  • John Ingleby, ploughmaker
  • Mgt Metcalfe, shopkpr
  • Rt Mitchell, wheelwright
  • Chpr Wright*, slater and quarry owner

Farmers,

  • John Ascough*
  • Thomas Atkinson
  • Geo Barker*
  • Wm Binks*
  • Jas Brooks
  • Peter Burrill*
  • John Graham*
  • Wm Horsman*
  • Matthew Imeson
  • Francis Parker*
  • Wm Smorthit*
  • John Wintersgill*

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for SWINTON WITH WARTHERMARSK in White's Directory of 1840.

Gentry &c.:

  • The Lord of the Manor is Capt Harcourt RN in the right of his wife, the relict of the late William Danby Esq
  • Capt Octavius Henry Cyril Venables Vernon Harcourt RN, Swinton Park

Miscellany of trades

  • Benj and Thomas Akers, masons
  • Wm Astwood, wheelwright
  • Bbs and John Hill, shoemakers
  • Geo Imeson, blacksmith
  • Hy Trumper, land agent

Farmers,

  • John Barker, Warthermarsk
  • Robt Imeson
  • John Richmond
  • John Snell, Roomer
  • Thos Theakston

Transcribed by Caroline Gaden.