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

Lord of the Manor:

  • Sir Wm Henry Pennyman, Bart of Ormesby Hall

Miscellany of trades Marked * are at Cleveland Port

Gentry &c.:

  • John Budle*, tide surveyor
  • Mr James Cole
  • David Duncan, gardener
  • John Easby, butcher
  • Philip and Joseph Heselton, merchants and ship owners
  • Rev. Thomas Irvin, Vicarage
  • John Jennett, tanner
  • John Lowther, blacksmith
  • Wm Marley, vict Red Lion
  • Geo Nixon *, vict Board
  • John and Wm Peacock *, book-keepers
  • Thomas Readman, vict Black Lion and bricklayer
  • Wm Rutter, land agent
  • Jane Tate, shopkeeper
  • Thos Wheatley, schoolmaster

Shoemakers,

  • Rt Armstrong
  • John Hansell
  • Rt Wheatley

Tailors,

  • Thos Close
  • Rt Sanderson
  • Thos Wilkinson

Farmers,

  • Roger Calvert
  • Wm Cole
  • Peter Featherstone
  • Wm Garbutt
  • John Hansell
  • Jph Harrison
  • John and Ralph Jackson
  • Robert Kay
  • Thos Lister
  • Peter Parlour
  • Thos Sanderson
  • Martin Smith
  • Jacob Stothard
  • Thos Wilson

Carrier,

  • John Gainforth to Stockton Wed and Sat

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

Miscellany of trades

  • Geo Appleton, butcher
  • James Bean, vict Stapylton Arms
  • John Hugill, vict Nag's Head
  • Thomas Neasham, vict Ship
  • James Scales, tailor
  • Thos Smith, grocer
  • John Dale, shoemaker
  • John Johnson, shoemaker
  • Edw Wilson, shoemaker

Farmers,

  • James Appleton
  • Jph Garbutt
  • Wm Graham
  • Wm Hugill
  • Ralph Jackson
  • Caroline Gaden

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

Landowners:

  • WW Jackson Esq, Mr Wm Ward and Lord Rokeby own the three farms occupied by Wm Garbutt, Wm Curry and Henry Chapman

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

Lord of the manor:

  • Wm Ward Jackson Esq of Normanby Hall

Gentry &c.:

  • Consett Dryden, gent
  • Mary Murray, vict Bay Horse
  • Thos Nelson, mason

Farmers,

  • Mary Agar
  • Rt Coverdale
  • Peter Piley
  • Daniel Shepherd
  • John Storey

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

Landowners:

  • 660 acres belonging to WW Jackson and WK Staveley Esqrs. The
  • former is Lord of the Manor

Four farms occupied by:

  • John Peacock,
  • Henry Chapman, West Upsall
  • Ralph Breckon, corn miller
  • Edward Davison, vict Cross Keys

Transcribed by Caroline Gaden.


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