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

Gentry &c.:

  • The Lord of the Manor is Charles Chaplin Esq. (!)

Miscellany of trades

  • Dobson Geo, mason and parish clerk
  • Drake Rev. George James Ashton, Mowbray Hill
  • Kitching Jane, schoolmistress
  • Kitching John, stone mason
  • Lumley John, master of Well School
  • Lynn John, butcher
  • Palliser Chpr, wheelwright and vict Milbank Arms
  • Sadler Geo, wheelwright and vict Griffin's Head
  • Stubbs Rev. Phineas, vicar, Holly Hill

Blacksmiths,

  • Scurrah Chphr
  • Scurrah Francis
  • Scurrah Richard

Boot and shoe makers,

  • Annall William
  • James John
  • Pybus George

Farmers,

  • Audus William, Langwith
  • Dresser, Chphr
  • Duffield Francis
  • Grainger John
  • Walburn Jph, Hall

Shopkeepers,

  • Abbott John
  • Croft Elizabeth
  • Deighton Francis (and worsted mfr)
  • James William

Wool combers and staplers,

  • Annal George
  • Stelling Hodgson
  • Trenholme Wm

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

Gentry &c.:

  • Mark Milbank Esq. is Lord of the Manor
  • Milbank Mark Esq, Thorpe Perrow

Miscellany of trades

  • Buckle Ann, school mistress
  • Cheesbrough Wm. jr. relieving officer
  • Cooper John, schoolmaster
  • Court John, rope maker
  • Crow Mr Thomas
  • Fleetham Rosamond, school mistress
  • Foggitt John, vict Lion and Lamb
  • Hare Wm, sawyer and wood dealer
  • Metcalfe George, corn miller
  • Metcalfe George, joiner and vict. Milbank Arms
  • Yewgall Robert, currier

Farmers,

  • Binks Thomas, Langwith
  • Eglin Matthew
  • Gatenby Chphr
  • Johnson Richard
  • Jopling John
  • Kilden John
  • Lonsdale Edmund
  • Miller Ralph
  • Mudd Matthew
  • Palliser William, Roskill
  • Prest Richard, Woodend
  • Walker Matthew
  • Wood Anthony

Grocers and Drapers,

  • Baines Dorothy
  • Cheesbrough Wm
  • Garthwaite Thos

Wool combers and staplers,

  • Annall Thomas
  • Bain Chphr
  • Cheesbrough Eliz and Matthew
  • Cheesbrough Wm
  • Cooper Chphr
  • Exelby Thomas
  • Gale Chphr
  • Johnson Jn and Rd
  • Plews John

Transcribed by Caroline Gaden.


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