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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for ABERFORD in Baines's Directory and Gazetteer Directory of 1822.

Post,

  • Post Mistress - Jane Frew, office Main street. -Letters from London & the South, arr. at ½ p. 8 night, and are dispat. at ½ p. 12 night. Arrival from the North at ½ p. 12 night, dispatched at ½ p. 8 night.

Miscellany of trades

  • Adams William, shopkeeper
  • Allen Mrs. Mary
  • Allen Timothy, surgeon
  • Atkinson William, farmer
  • Bainbridge Mrs. Mary, Vicarage house
  • Barker Addiman, joiner & carpenter
  • Barker Isaac, saddler
  • Barstow Edward, boot & shoe maker, and hair dresser
  • Bilton Joseph, grocer
  • Bloome Mrs, Mary
  • Bradley Thomas, stone mason
  • Brown John, carrier
  • Cant Simon, boot and shoe maker
  • Carnell William, boot & shoe maker
  • Chew Rev. William, Roman Catholic priest, Hazlewood
  • Cockrem Wm. victualler, Fox Inn
  • Cooper James, maltster; at the White Hart, Cross Parish Leeds
  • Dawson Joseph, linen & woollen dpr.
  • Ellerton Joseph, agent to K. O. Gascoigne, Esq.
  • Fawcett John, gentleman
  • Flowett Thos. keeper of the toll bar
  • Fox G. L. Esq. Bramham park
  • Frobisher Joseph, surgeon
  • Gascoigne K. O. Esq. Parlington hall
  • Groves Joseph, corn miller
  • Harrison Robert., victualler, New Inn
  • Hewitt Richard, parish clerk and vagrant officer
  • Hick Charles, teazle dealer
  • Hick George, blacksmith
  • Hick John, blacksmith, St. Peter's liberty
  • Hick Peter, Joiner & wheelwright
  • Hick Robert, millwright & thrashing machine maker
  • Hollings William, wheelwright, pony gig maker and tea dealer
  • Hutchinson Rhd. Esq. Hicklam house
  • Hutchinson Mrs. gentlewoman
  • King William, victualler & surveyor of high ways, Royal Oak
  • La Jeune Mrs. Ann, gentlewoman
  • Landon Rev. James, B. D. vicar and magistrate
  • Lawson Sarah, draper and milliner
  • Layster Elias stone mason
  • Maltus Thos. victualler & blacksmith, Bay Horse
  • Markham William, Esq. Becca Lodge
  • Marsh Rev. Rd. Roman catholic priest
  • McWilliam Martha, shopkeeper
  • Moore James, baker & flour dealer
  • Morris Edward, victualler, Swan Inn, (post chaise, horses) excise office
  • Musgrave Sir Philip, Bart. Bramham Biggin
  • Myers Samuel, wheelwright
  • Naylor George, stone mason
  • Naylor Mary, shopkeeper
  • Nichols John, plumber and glazier; dealer in silvered glass for mirrors
  • Pearson Sarah, vict. Fox & Hounds
  • Penrose William, excise officer
  • Potter Simon, gent. Cattle ln. Lodge
  • Prest William, Esq. magistrate, Tolston lodge
  • Raper John. Esq. banker, Lotherton hall
  • Richardson John, boot & shoe maker
  • Sanderson Ephraim, gentleman, St. John's house
  • Sanderson William, hoarding school
  • Scriven James, butcher
  • Scriven Joseph, butcher
  • Seanor Jph. linen draper, flour dlr.
  • Simpson Chas. baker, flour dealer, &c.
  • Smyth John, Esq. Bowcliffe
  • Steel John, corn miller, Hillam mill
  • Steel Joseph, corn miller
  • Stones Thomas, patten maker
  • Thirkill John, flour, (wire) machine maker and wire worker
  • Thompson Mrs. Mary, day school
  • Varley John, tailor
  • Vavasour Sir Thomas, Bart. Hazlewood hall
  • Webster Mary, corn miller
  • Wharton Mrs. Sarah
  • Wheelhouse Robert, saddler & harness maker
  • Whitehead Thomas, chimney sweeper & smoke jack cleaner
  • Wilkinson Edw. Esq. Potterton lodge
  • Wilkinson Joshua, linen and woollen draper & grocer
  • Wilkinson Joshua, jun. spirit merchant
  • Wilks John surveyor of the Halton Dial and Tadcaster roads
  • Wilson Rhd. vict. Gascoigne's Arms
  • Wood Christopher, farmer
  • Wood Harrison, solicitor, & agent to the Phoenix Fire office
  • Wood Harrison, vict. Old Red Lion
  • Wood Richard, farmer
  • Wood Richard, joiner & painter
  • Wood Sampson, vict. cabinet maker & house carpenter, Rose & Crown
  • Wood Thomas, butcher & farmer

Coaches,

  • The Lord Nelson, from Cockrem's, (the Fox) to London, every Tu. Thu. & Sat, at 4 mng. To Carlisle every Mon. Wed. & Fri. at 2 aftr.
  • The Prince Blucher, from Morris's, Swan Inn, to Wakefield, every Fri. mg. at 8. To York the same evg. at ½ p.7.
  • The mails for London and the North pass through the town at the Hours named in the post office account,

Carriers,

  • John Brown to Leeds every Tu. dep. 5 mng. ret. 10 at ngt. to York every Sat. dep. 3 mng. ret. 10 night
  • Joseph Seanor to Leeds on Tus. & every other Fri.; to York every other Sat.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003