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Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades for NORTHALLERTON in Pigot's Directory of 1829.

Post Office,

  • Northallerton, Henry Hirst, Post Master.
  • Letters for London and the South and West are despatched, by the Royal Mail (from Edinburgh) every morning at three, and arrive every night at five minutes past ten.
  • Letters for the North are despatched every night at five minutes past ten, and arrive every morning at three.
  • A Packet is despatched to Bedale, Catterick, Richmond and Wensleydale, every morning at half-past three

Gentry & Clergy,

  • Armitage William, esq. Newby Wiske
  • Beckett Rev. Wilson, Danby Wiske
  • Burdon George, esq. Hornby Grange
  • Cust Rev. William, Danby Wiske
  • Dent Rev. William, Crosby
  • Duncomb Rev. Henry, Sigston
  • Filer Rev. ---, Brompton
  • Hutton John, esq. Sober hill
  • Kennicott Rev. Richard Dutton
  • Peirse Richard William, esq. Thimbleby lodge
  • Redfern Francis, gent. Langton lodge
  • Tower Henry, esq. Hulton Bonville
  • Townsend Rev. George, Northallerton
  • Welbank William, esq. Northallerton
  • Wormald Henry, esq. Sober hill

Academies & Schools,

  • The names without address are in Northallerton.
  • Caton Mary and Agnes (ladies' boarding and day),
  • Endowed Grammar School-Rev. J. Bowness, master
  • Grammar School -Christopher & Margaret Shires, master & mistress
  • Mitchell Mary (girls' day)
  • Wright Elizabeth, (ladies boarding & day)

Attorneys,

  • Dobson Christopher
  • Fielding Gabriel
  • Hurst Henry
  • Walker John
  • Walton John Sanders (and deputy registrar for the north riding)

Auctioneers,

  • Bowman Thomas
  • Flower Thomas
  • Masterman Thomas

Bakers & Flour Dealers,

  • Kingston David
  • Metcalf Enos
  • Ward John

Bankers,

  • Fletcher, Stubbs & Co. (Boroughbridge Branch-draw on Sir Richard Carr Glyn & Co. London)
  • Savings' Bank--William Welbank, esq. secretary

Blacksmiths,

  • Garrett Robert
  • Lowther John, Brompton
  • Pape John
  • Snowball William
  • Stantrop William, Brompton
  • Thompson Thomas, Brompton

Booksellers & Printers,

  • Langdale Christopher (& druggist)
  • Metcalfe John

Boot & Shoe Makers,

  • Benson John, Chapel yard
  • Bt own William
  • Clarkson Samuel
  • Gargett George, Brompton
  • Hill William
  • Lambert Thomas
  • Peckitt Thomas
  • Raw David
  • Suckett George, Brompton
  • Wilson Christopher

Brick & Tile Makers,

  • Remmer Thomas
  • Wilson Thomas

Butchers,

  • Dixon John
  • Kingston John, jun.
  • Smith John
  • Storken Mark, Brompton

Cabinet Makers,

  • Breckin Thomas (& upholsterer)
  • Chapman James
  • Raw Christopher
  • Robinson William
  • Snowdon Robert (& upholsterer)
  • Tanfield William (& upholsterer)

Cartwrights,

  • Goldsborough Jonathan
  • Johnson James, Brompton
  • Lodge Robert
  • M'Lean William, Brompton
  • Pearson Thomas
  • Wilson John

Chymists &-Druggists,

  • Dixon Thomas
  • Robinson John (& tea dealer)

Confectioners,

  • Broad Mary
  • Todd Susan
  • Walker John
  • Wilson John

Coopers,

  • Carver William
  • Smith Timothy
  • Tanfield John

Curriers and Leather Cutters,

  • Dixon William
  • Hamilton Thomas
  • Harrison Thomas
  • Pearson Robert, Brompton
  • Taylor Robert

Fire, &c. Office Agents,

  • County (fire) and Provident (life) Robert Hare
  • Guardian (fire and life) Joseph Clemishaw
  • Royal Exchange Thomas Watson
  • Union (fire & life) James, Langdale

Grocers & Tea Dealers,

  • Ayre George
  • Buck William
  • Hall William
  • Hare Robert (& tallow chandler)
  • Marshall Launcelot (& tallow chandler)
  • Peacock Jonathan
  • Russell Nathaniel
  • Wilford Aaron, Brompton
  • Wilson Thomas

Hair Dressers,

  • Gamble Thomas
  • Gibson George
  • Lamb Matthew

Inns,

  • Black Bull, Robert Smith
  • Golden Lion (posting) Francis Hirst
  • King's Head (commercial & posting) Elizabeth Scott

Ironmongers,

  • Hunter Thomas
  • Walbran Henry

Joiners & Carpenters,

  • Biella Henry, Brompton
  • Broad Thomas
  • Chapman James
  • Metcalf John
  • Stoker George

Linen & Woollen Drapers,

  • Appleton "Thomas
  • Dixon Luke
  • Jackson George
  • Naisbit Thomas
  • Peacock Thomas
  • Punderson Jabez
  • Tutin John
  • Wigfield Jonathan (& hatter)

Linen Manufacturers,

  • Jackson George
  • Pearson William
  • Puddison John, Brompton
  • Punderson Jabez
  • Ramshaw Thomas, Brompton
  • Russell Nathaniel
  • Tireman John, Brompton
  • Wilford John, Brompton
  • Wilson George, Brompton

Milliners,

  • Chapman Elizabeth
  • Masterman Jacobina
  • Metcalf Mary

Painters, Plumbers and Glaziers,

  • Reed John (and glider)
  • Russell Simeon
  • Tennant James

Rope & Twine Makers,

  • Best John
  • Thompson William
  • Watson Thomas (& maltster),

Saddlers and Harness Makers,

  • Lunn Thomas
  • Masterman George
  • Watson James

Shopkeepers & Dealers in Sundries,

  • Barnett Jane
  • Bateman Mary
  • Byers Elizabeth
  • Clark Stephen, Brompton
  • Clemishaw Joseph
  • Hamilton Mary
  • Holmes John
  • Kingston David
  • Tanfield John
  • Thompson Robert
  • Walker Charles
  • Wilkinson James
  • Wilson James, Brompton

Straw Hat Makers,

  • Masterman Jacobina
  • Metcalf Henry
  • Pearson Sarah
  • Wheldon Jemima

Surgeons,

  • Dighton William & Christopher
  • Hodgson Robert,
  • Lincoln Johnson
  • Morriss ---, Brompton
  • Oastler William

Tailors,

  • Barnett John
  • Britton John, Chapel yard
  • Holmes John
  • Wheldon Thomas

Taverns & Public Houses,

  • Black Swan, John Simeson
  • Brown Cow, William Pearson, Brompton;
  • Buck, Thomas Wright
  • Crown, James Dodsworth, Brampton
  • Durham Ox, Robert Thompson
  • Fleece, Ann Guthrie
  • George, Dorothy Clidero
  • George & Dragon, John Best
  • King's Arms, William Smith
  • Lord Nelson, Thomas Walker
  • Masons' Arms, William Burton
  • New Inn, William Humphreys
  • Old Golden Lion, John Careless
  • Pack Horse, Lucy Simpson
  • Rose & Crown, George Chapman
  • Ship, Thomas Wood
  • Three Horse Shoes, Jonathan Lowther, Brompton
  • Wagon & Horses, Thomas Pearson
  • Weavers' Arms, Jonathan Whitaker, Brompton
  • White Horse, William Grundy

Watch & Clock Makers,

  • Hepton William
  • Tesseyman George (& jeweller)

Wheelwrights,

  • Flower James
  • Harman Samuel

Wine & Spirit Merchants,

  • Barker, Thomas
  • Peacock William
  • Thompson Isaac

Miscellaneous,

  • Betteney Mary, earthenware dealer
  • Carter Edward, fellmonger
  • Dale Henry, chain & buckle maker
  • Elgey George, corn miller
  • Harmer Thomas, glover
  • King Leonard, wholesale brewer
  • Marshall William, architect & surveyor
  • Metcalf William, stone mason

Register Office For The North riding,

  • Jonathan Sanders, dep. registrar
  • Robinson George, geer & slay maker
  • Russell Simeon, tin-plate worker
  • Sedgwick Henry, tanner
  • Snowball Robert, whitesmith
  • Spencer Charles, gun & pistol maker
  • Walker Matthew, basket maker

Coaches,

  • To London, the Royal Mail (from Edinburgh) calls at the Golden Lion, King's Head & Black Bull inns, alternate months, at a quarter before three in the morning- Highflyer (from Newcastle) calls at the Golden Lion & King's Head Inns, alternate months every afternoon at half-past two-and the Wellington (from Newcastle) calls at the Golden Lion Inn, every morning at a quarter before twelve.
  • To Beale, the Cleaveland Coach (from Redcar) calls at the Golden Lion Inn, every morn. during the season at eleven.
  • To Edinburgh, the Royal Mail (from London) calls at the Golden Lion, King's Head & Black Bull Inns, alternate months, at ten in the evening.
  • To Newcastle, the Express from York) calls at the Golden Lion & King's Head Inns, every afternoon at one-the Highflyer (from London) calls at the same Inns, alternate months, at two in the afternoon-the Wellington (from London) calls at the Golden Lion, every evening at half-past ten.
  • To Redcar, the Cleaveland Coach (from Bedale) calls at the Golden Lion Inn, every aftern. during the season at eleven.
  • To York, the Express (from Newcastle) calls at the Golden Lion & King's Head Inns, every evening at five.

Carriers,

  • To London, Thirsk, Easingwold, York, Hull, Selby, Nottingham, Leicester, Darlington, Durham, Sunderland, Newcastle, Edin Burgh, Glasgow, Penrith & Carlisle, Richard Pickersgill's Wagons, leave the Old Golden Lion, daily,
  • To Bedale & Masham, William Pearson's Cart, leaves his residence, Brompton, every Tuesday and Friday.
  • To Darlington & Newcastle, Samuel Briggs Wagon (from Sowerby) calls at the Oak Tree, every Monday & Thursday-Hobson and Co.'s, Wagon (from Leeds) calls at the Old Golden Lion, every Sanday, Tuesday, Wednesday. & Friday evenings-and Francis Pickersgill, from the Pack Horse, every Wednesday & Sat. afternoons at three.
  • To Leeds, Hobson and Co.'s Wagon, calls at the Old Golden Lion, every Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday evenings-William Pearson's Cart, from his residence, Brompton, every Tues, day-Francis Pickersgill's Wagon, leaves the Pack Horse, every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon-& Widow Webb and Sons, from the Wheat Sheaf, every Monday, Thursday & Friday.
  • To Newcastle, Widow Welsh and Sons' Wagon, from the Wheat Sheaf, every Monday, Wednesday & Saturday
  • To Sowerby, Samuel Briggs' Wagon from Darlington) call's at the Oak Tree, every Wednesday & Saturday.
  • To Thirsk, Stockton, Stokes- Ley, Richmond and Bedale, John Snowball's Cart, every week.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003


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