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

Directory,

Miscellany of trades

  • Allison Peter, blacksmith
  • Atha John, butcher
  • Baines Joseph, butcher
  • Blackburn Richard, victualler, Ship
  • Blackburn Thos. bricklayer & builder
  • Bruce Matthew, tailor
  • Burrell George, farmer
  • Carass Richard, farmer
  • Cope William, bricklayer & builder
  • Duffield Mark, linen & sacking manfr.
  • Gill Charles, gentleman
  • Harrison Rev. John Walker
  • Kettlewell James, shoe maker
  • Paley George, shoemaker
  • Pybus William, farmer
  • Sadler William, gunsmith
  • Scruton Richard, gentleman
  • Sherwin Robert shoemaker
  • Simpson Michael, farmer
  • Somerton John, victualler, Black Swan
  • Somerton William, carpenter
  • Thompson Thomas, blacksmith
  • Topham George, carpenter and victualler, Newcastle Arms
  • Umpleby Francis, tailor
  • Webster Robert, shopkeeper
  • Wirell Rev. Robert, Vicar

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

Post,

  • Post Master. William Hirst, Office, Main Street.
  • Letters from the North arr. at 8 evg. from the South at 20 min. p. 9 evg.

Miscellany of trades

  • Abbey Richard & Son, grocers, linen and woollen drapers
  • Atkinson Mrs. Martha
  • Atkinson Ralph, gentleman
  • Brown Geo. wood turner & chair mkr.
  • Brown Henry, exciseman
  • Brown Matthew, ship carpenter
  • Brown Richard, boot and shoemaker
  • Brown Robert, coal merchant
  • Brown William, boot and shoemaker
  • Burton Thomas, grocer and tea dealer
  • Carass Richard, butcher
  • Catterson Francis, plumber & glazier
  • Daggett John, tailor
  • Darnbrough Thomas, tanner
  • Dawson Silvester, vict. Black Bull
  • Dew Tho. grocer, linen & woollen draper
  • Earle Francis, victualler, Windmill
  • Earle John, millwright
  • Firby John blacksmith
  • Fletcher, Stubbs, Dew, and Stott, bankers on Sir Richard Carr Glynn, Bart. & Co. London
  • Flintoff James, brandy merchant
  • Flintoff Jeremiah, thread manufacturer
  • Fretwell Lieutenant John
  • Fretwell Mrs. Mary
  • Fulton John, saddler & harness maker
  • Gatenby Edw. army baker & flour dlr.
  • Glenton Matthew, gentleman
  • Hardcastle John, boot & shoemaker
  • Hardcastle Thomas, butcher
  • Hardcastle Wm. Joiner & carpenter
  • Hawkridge John flour dealer & grocer
  • Heuthwaite William, flax dresser and linen manufacturer
  • Hind Catharine, vict. (post chaise), Three Grey Hounds
  • Hird Henry, gentleman
  • Hird John, joiner & cabinet maker
  • Hirst William, postmaster, solicitor, and agent to the Norwich Union Fire and Life Office
  • Hogg and Powell, corn merchants
  • Hogg Mrs. iron, coal & timber mercht
  • Horner Charles, bricklayer & builder
  • Iles Thomas, corn miller
  • Irvin James, gardener
  • Jackson John, clock & watch maker
  • Kay Thomas, coal owner
  • King Samuel, heckle maker
  • Kirkby Seth, schoolmaster & printer
  • Lancaster Thomas, bacon factor
  • Lawson Marmaduke, Esq. magistrate
  • Leckenby George, boot & shoemaker
  • Leckenby Robert, boot & shoemaker
  • Lonsdale Charles, tailor
  • Lumley John veterinary surgeon
  • Malim Geo. grocer & tallow chandler
  • Marston Thomas, vict. Black Lion
  • McDowall Charles, watch maker
  • Metcalfe Edward, boot & shoemaker
  • Metcalfe William, boot & shoemaker
  • Middleton Jon. corn & oil merchant
  • Moore Jno. bridle cutter & harness mkr.
  • Morrell John, flour dealer & grocer
  • Morrell Joseph, bacon & butter factor
  • Morrell Saml. vict. Three Horse Shoes
  • Morrell Samuel, jun. victualler, White Horse
  • Mortimer Thomas, sen. currier
  • Mortimer Thomas, jun. painter
  • Naylor John, butcher
  • Oliver Christopher, linen draper
  • Parkinson Thomas, surgeon
  • Pawson John, boot and shoemaker
  • Pearson George, cooper and turner
  • Pinkney George, butcher
  • Powell George, vict. Black Swan
  • Scurrah Christ. glass and china dealer
  • Sedgwick Roger, surgeon
  • Sheppard Francis, whitesmith, &c.
  • Simpson John, carpenter, wheelwright
  • Smith Joseph, auctioneer
  • Stead William, corn factor and corn mission agent
  • Stead William, plumber and glazier
  • Stephenson Thomas, blacksmith
  • Stork John, boot and shoemaker
  • Stott Hush, vict. Crown, (post chaise)
  • Stubbs Thomas, banker
  • Stubbs Thos. wine & spirit merchant
  • Swinbank Edward, vict. Black Horse
  • Tebb Ann, dress maker
  • Tebb William, boot and shoemaker
  • Thorp William, tailor
  • Topham William, boot & shoemaker
  • Umpleby Nicholas, blacksmith
  • Waiting Christopher, coal owner
  • Walker John, schoolmaster
  • Warwick Wm. saddler & harness mkr.
  • Webster William, gentleman
  • Williams Jane, milliner
  • Wilson Joseph, gentleman
  • Wilson Miss Sarah, ladies' bdg. school
  • Wilson William, wheelwright
  • Winteringham Robert, victualler, Malt Shovel
  • Wood Andrew, hair dresser

Coaches,
From the Crown,

  • A regular Conveyance by Water to Ripon, York, & Hull; for particulars Vide Directory of Ripon.
  • HIGH FLYER to Newcastle at 11 morning; to Leeds, 5 in the evening.
  • LORD NELSON to Carlisle every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday; to London every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, alternately from the Crown & Three Grey hounds.
  • Mail to the South at 8 at night; to the North at 20 min. p. 9 at night.

Waggons,

From the Black Bull Inn,

  • HARTLEY'S Waggons to Leeming lane and Leeds daily.
  • PICKERSGILL'S Waggons to Leeds & Leeming lane daily.
  • WIDOW WELSH and SONS, to Northallerton every Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday; to Leeds every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday.

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

Miscellany of trades

  • Allison William, blacksmith
  • Clemishaw Wm. vict. Ferry Boat
  • Inchbold John, farmer and grazier
  • Topham James, butcher

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

Gentry &c.:

  • Fletcher Humphrey, Esq.

Miscellany of trades

  • Chapman George, vict. Bull & Dog
  • Horner Rd. tailor & habit maker
  • Lazenby Mary, vict. Lazenby's Arms
  • Maltus Christopher, gentleman
  • Raper Thomas, bricklayer
  • Rudd Thomas, vict. and carpenter, Rose & Crown
  • Smeaton Richard, gentleman
  • Smith Robert, gentleman

Butchers,

  • Watson Enos
  • Wright Richard

Cattle dealers,

  • Burnard Richard
  • Parker Michael

Corn dealers,

  • Lazenby John
  • Sayer John

Shopkeepers,

  • Hartley Wm.
  • Scruton Wm.

Wheelwrights,

  • Booth James
  • Simpson Wm.

Coach

  • North Highflyer from Leeds to Newcastle, arr. p. 10 mg. ret. p½ evg. daily.

Carrier,

  • Thomas Slater's waggon to Knaresborough daily, 8 o'clock mg. to Boroughbridge 3 aft.

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

Miscellany of trades

  • Gilbertson John, chief constable
  • Hill Richard, schoolmaster
  • Hudson Wm. grocer & tailor
  • Lonsdale John, tanner
  • Lonsdale Wm. brickmaker & grocer
  • Oliver Robert, tailor & draper
  • Parkinson Wm. carpenter
  • Poulter Wm. vict. Crown
  • Pullan Thos. butcher
  • Slater Geo. blacksmith
  • Slater John, yeoman

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003