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BRADFORD: An index of surnames for 'Pen and Pencil Pictures of Old Bradford'

This index was produced by Malcolm Hutton.
Data transcribed from: Pen and Pencil Pictures of Old Bradford, by William Scruton (1840-1924). First published 1890. New edition (1985), ISBN.0-904293-13-0. CDrom version, 2006

ABBOTTFamilyPerformersPage 128
ACKROYDGeorgeNew Church InstitutionPage 89, 160-161, 239
ACKROYDJohnPoetPage 239
ACKROYDWilliamPost Box (2 entries)Page 155
ACKWORTHDr.Lectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 67, 88, 102
ADDAMSMr. R.Philosophical Society - LecturerPage 92
ADDISONW.B.Vice President New Church InstitutionPage 89
ADDISON & ROPER Post BoxPage 155
ADEWillelmus Son of Page 12
AKEDJ. & T.Post BoxPage 156
AKEDJohnPaid for leading sand 1719/20Page 48
AKEDJohnLibrary paid for book-case and deskPage 94, 95
AKEDMr.Senior Constable & Vagrant committee 1827Page 113
AKEDThomas Page 236
AKED FAMILY Page 169
ALLISON BootmakerPage 227
ALLOTMr.Watchmaker in KirkgatePage 225
ANDERTONMrs.Sister of John WoodPage 207
ANDERSONJ. Wilsonlocal artistPage 129-130, 171, 240, 243
ANDERSONProfessorStrolling PlayerPage 132
ANDERTONSwithinPost BoxPage 155
APPLETONMr.Photographer of Manningham LanePreface
ARNOLDDr.Rugby School (Tom Brown's School Days)Page 195
ARNOLDJane MarthaDaughter of Dr. Arnold of Rugby School - married William ForsterPage 195
ARTHURMiss Page 41
ASPINALLGeorgeSwedenborgianPage 75
ATHERTONRev. WilliamMethodist MinsterPage 61, 157
ATKINSONRev. ChristopherFather of Rev. William AtkinsonPage 207
ATKINSONRev. WilliamLecturer at Parish ChurchPage 81, 97, 103, 207-208, 230, 241
ATKINSONW.F.SolicitorPage 157, 208
ATKINSON - See Haigh & Atkinson
AUTYMr. SquirePublisherPage 235
AYELLWillelmus Page 11
BACONMrs.Wealthy benevolent resident of IdlePage 100, 124, 205
BAILEY and HOLDSWORTHMessrs.TobacconistsPage 225
BAINESMr. Edward jnr.Lectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 88, 195
BAINESRev. Dr.Bishop of ThespiaPage 45, 46
BAKESThomasInn KeeperPage 151
BALDOCK See 'De Baldock'
BALDWYNRev. EdwardGrammar School Master from 1784Page 34, 81
BALDWYNRev. W.Bradford Library - subscriberPage 97
BALFOURMrs. ClaraLectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 88
BALIEThomasPriest of Bradford - 1527Page 28
BALMEAbraham Page 27
BALMEJohn Page 101
BALMEMissBequestPage 124
BALMEMr.CongregationalistPage 69
BALME Land OwnersPage 8
BANDMANNHerrActorPage 149
BANKSGeorgePoliticianPage 179-181, 198
BANKSThomasPresbyter of Bradford - 1401Page 38
BARBERRev. JohnCommittee Member Church InstitutionPage 89
BARDSLEYRev. CanonVicar of Bradford c. 1880-1895Page 37, 38
BARKERRicardus Page 11
BARMBYRev. JamesGrammar School MasterPage 81
BARONBenjaminVicar of Bradford 1698 - 1706Page 38
BARRRobertNew Church InstitutionPage 89
BARRETJudySpice ShopPage 226
BARRETTOld JudySpice Shop in WestgatePage 248-249
BARTLE ConfectionerPage 228
BARTLETTBenjaminQuaker Apothecary of Bolton Lane, born 1678, Son of JoshuaIntro 2, 53, 210-212
BARTLETTBenjaminSon of Benjamin and Elizabeth. born 1714Page 210-212
BARTLETTElizabethMarried Henry Gurney of NorwichPage 210
BARTLETTJoshuaYeoman 17th centuryPage 210
BARTLETTMr.CricketerPage 171
BARTLETTMrs. ElizabethDaughter of Thomas Green of Liversedge 1713Page 210
BATEMAN& SonsPost BoxPage 155
BAXTERJosephLand Lord of the Bowling GreenPage 167
BAXTERWilliamInn Keeper - Royal OakPage 165
BAXTER Page 210
BAYLEYRev. Dr.SwedenborgianPage 75
BEACONHILL - See Beaconshaw
BEACONSHAWGilbertPresbyter of Bradford - 1503Page 38
BEAUMONTDr.Lectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 88
BEAUMONTMr. Page 30
BEAUMONTThomasPhilosophical Society - LecturerPage 92
BECKETT& Co. Page 158
BEECROFTMr.PoliticianPage 195
BEHRENSJacobPhilosophical SocietyPage 92, 155
BELCHERMrSun HotelPage 170
BELFORDMr.ActorPage 136, 144
BELLDr.Philosophical SocietyPage 92
BELLJohnInn Keeper - Lord NelsonPage 165
BELLMaggieInn Keeper - Fox and HoundsPage 165
BENTHAMJeremy Page 187
BENTLEYAbrahamTown Crier and NewsagentPage 228
BENTLEYFamily Page 112
BENTLEYGreenwoodSolicitor. Signed Land Memorial GZ724 of 18189 - in WakefieldPage 241
BENTLEYJohnBradford Library - First Committee MemberPage 97, 156
BENTLEYJoseph ClaytonEngraver Son of Greenwood BentleyPage 222, 240-243
BENTLEYLawyerFather of J.Clayton BentleyPage 240
BERTHONMr. J.of the Isle of WightPage 42
BICKERDIKEJ.Committee Member Church InstitutionPage 89
BILSTONS Page 54
BILTONJamesVagrant Committee 1827 QuakerPage 113, 213
BILTONJohn1827 QuakerPage 113, 213
BILTON and MAUD GrocersPage 226
BINGLEY See 'De Bynglay'
BIRKBECKMr.Of Craven Bank, SettlePage 157
BIRKBYEstherQuaker burials registerPage 52
BLACKBURNBaileyDruggistPage 225
BLACKBURNJohn & SonPublishersPage 234
BLACKBURNW.H.Music DealerPage 227
BLACKBURNWilliam HowgillPublishersPage 234
BLACKBURN - See Hustler & Blackburn
BLACKIEProfessor Page 122
BLAMIRESJoeLandlord The Boar's HeadPage 174
BLANKETThomasOf BristolPage 77
BLAZEBYBillyWaitsPage 250
BLAZETMr.Vicar of Bradford - short timePage 31
BLEAZARDS Page 54
BODDINGTONJ.C.Committee Member Church InstitutionPage 89
BOISSERMAS - See Gaussez
BOLLANSMr. ThomasIn Residence at Old Vicarage, Church Bank c.1890Page 27
BOLLINGRosamondDaughter of Tristram. married Richard TempestPage 219
BOLLINGTristramSucceeded Robert, and was last of line, died 1502Page 219
BONASAbednegoQuaker circa 1652 birthsPage 52
BONELLJohnVagrant Committee 1827Page 113
BOOTHMr.Organ TunerPage 41
BOTHAMJosephChapel Architect of SheffieldPage 61
BOTTOMLEYMr.PhotographerPreface
BOWERFamilyPaper Hall BoldshayPage 205
BOWERJeremyLate 17th century, Kept Ye Swanne, Tanner and BarberPage 164, 210
BOWERMessrs Abm. (& Co) Page 157
BOWERMissBradford Library - subscriberPage 97
BOWERRosamondWife of Jeremiah - both involved in Farnley Wood Plot of 1663Page 210
BOWLINGJohnLeeds PrinterPage 12, 94, 96
BOWRONJoshuaInn Keeper - White LionPage 166
BOYLECaptainFather of Actress Mrs. NunnPage 137
BRADFORDJohnInn Keeper - White Swan and CoachmanPage 166, 172, 177
BRADGATEFerrandVicar of Bradford 1706-1710Page 38
BRADYDr.Philosophical SocietyPage 92
BRAITHWAITEJohnSubscriberPreface
BRANDARDMr.Engraver TutorPage 241
BRANWELLMariadaughter of T. BranwellPage 40, 41
BRANWELLMr. T. Page 40,41
BRAYDr.LibraryPage 89
BREARMr. Page 224
BRERETONJohn Le GayPoetPage 239
BREWSTERSir DavidPhilosophical Society - Honorary MemberPage 91
BRIDGESDr.Philosophical SocietyPage 92
BRIGGSArthurPhilosophical Society - Hon. SecretaryPage 93
BRIGHTJohnPoliticianPage 163, 191
BRITTONMr.Post BoxPage 156
BROADBENTJames (& Son)Post BoxPage 155
BROADLEYSamuel Baptist of BradfordPage 102, 124
BRONTEBranwellOf HaworthPage 171, 243
BRONTECharlotte Page 234
BRONTERev. PatrickMinister of Hartshead-cumCliftonPage 40, 41, 97, 234, 237, 243
BRONTESisters Page 237
BROOKEG.V.TragedianPage 129, 145, 147
BROOKE, BOND & CO. Page 225
BROOKSBANKAbrahamClerk of Bradford - 1667Page 38
BROOKSBANKWilliamSilversmithPage 227
BROUGHAMMr. later Lordcirca 1830Page 118, 163
BROWNGeorgeOf The Old ExchangePage 120, 152
BROWNHenry Page 82, 86
BROWNHenryAlderman Shop selling fustian goods and underwearPage 227-228
BROWNJohnof Mill Bank 1773Page 103
BROWNMrs.Mother of Henry - started businessPage 227-228
BRUMFITAbrahamPost BoxPage 155
BRUMFITMr.Tailor and PawnbrokerPage 225
BRUMFIT and SIMPSON Tallow ChandlersPage 226
BUCKSTONEJ.B.ActorPage 149
BULLRev. G.S.First incumbent of St.JamesPage 42, 156
BULTON See 'De Bulton'
BUNTINGRev. JabezMethodist MinisterPage 61
BUNYANJohn Page 214
BURDSALLDickeyStreet PreacherPage 249
BURFIELDRev. CanonThird incumbent of St. JamesPage 42
BURGESJohannes Page 12
BURGESWilhelmusHostiler - InnkeeperPage 11
BURNABY PatriotPage 163
BURNETRev JohnVicar of Bradford - 1847 - 1870Page 26, 36, 38, 89, 92
BURNETTDr.Lectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 88
BURRITElihuLectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 87
BURTON See 'De Burton'
BURYJamesBaptist of Pendle Hill, Lancs.Page 101
BUSFEILDJ.A.Committee Member Church InstitutionPage 89, 203
BUSFEILDWilliamPoliticianPage 184-188, 198
BUSFEILDWilliamNephew of Politician and late W.Busfeild Ferrand of HardenPage 184-185, 198
BUSSEYPeter Page 182-184
BUTLERRev. Mr.Master of the Bradford Grammar School 1728-1784Page 64, 80
BUTTERFIELDMr.Post BoxPage 156
BUXTONAnnamarried William Forster snr.Page 195
BUXTONSir Thomas Fowell Page 195
BYLESHenrybrother WilliamPage 225
BYLESMr.Observer Office Post BoxPage 155
BYLESW.Philosophical SocietyPage 92, 236
BYLESWilliambrother of HenryPage 225, 236
BYNGHAM See 'De Byngham'
BYRONH.J.ActorPage 149
CALVERLEYSir William Page 109
CAMPBELLJ.R.Philosophical SocietyPage 92
CAMPBELLRev. JamesCongregational Minister Horton Lane from 1855Page 72-73
CAMPBELLThomasPoetPage 241
CAREYRev. JohnFirst Minister Moravian Chapel Little HortonPage 74
CAREYSarah AnniePoetessPage 239
CARLYLEMrs. Page 195
CARLYLEThomas Page 195
CARRINGTONBenPostmanPage 152
CARTERBennetSubscriberPreface
CATERJamesSolicitorPage 148
CAVENDISHLady FrederickOpened Girl's Grammar School 1875Page 83
CAVENDISHSir Frederick Page 163
CHALONER - See Wentworth,Rishworth
CHANDLER See Clemesha
CHARNLEYHughElizabethanPage 205
CHARTLETTDr. ArthurEminent Classical ScholarPage 82
CHATTERTONMrs.Wandering TheatrePage 133-135
CHATTERTON Spice MerchantPage 226
CHEESEBOROUGHWilliamPost BoxPage 86, 155
CHEESEBROUGHJohnPost BoxPage 156
CHEETHAMMr.Coach BuilderPage 205
CHELLAWEGilbertus Page 11
CHOWNRev. J.P.Baptist MinisterPage 67-68, 88, 102, 125
CLAPHAMRev. ThomasVicar of Bradford 1706-1720 Grammar School Head from 1698Page 38, 80
CLARIDGEMr. W.Master Bradford Grammar SchoolPage 83
CLARKCharles CowdenLectured at Mechanics Institute - LiteraturistPage 88, 160-161
CLARKRev. HenryVicar of St.JamesPage 42
CLARKEDr. AdamMethodist MinisterPage 61
CLARKEMissSupplied candles to ChurchPage 41
CLARKSONJamesPoliticianPage 186
CLARKSONMaryDaughter of Robert Clarkson Wife of John SharpPage 208
CLARKSONMatthewOf New York, Son of David ClarksonPage 209-210
CLARKSONRev. DavidTheological Writer died 1686Page 82, 209, 210
CLARKSONRobertPuritan and Yeoman of 17th centuryPage 208
CLARKSONWilliamSon of Robert. Vicar of Adel in 1645Page 208
CLAXTONMarshall Page 241
CLAYMissBradford Library AssistantPage 96
CLAYTONEuniceInn Keeper - Horse ShoesPage 165, 173-174
CLAYTONJamesPost BoxPage 156
CLAYTONJesseShoesmith and Landlord of the Three Horse ShoesPage 173
CLAYTONJosephHope and AnchorPage 171
CLAYTONJoshPost BoxPage 155
CLAYTONT. & JPost BoxPage 155
CLAYTONT.G. Page 86, 154-155
CLAYTONWilliamPost BoxPage 156
CLAYTON - See Leach Clayton
CLEMESHA and CHANDLER ConfectionersPage 227
CLERKJohannes Page 11
CLIFFORDLordOf Skipton CastlePage 219
CLOUGHHannahInn Keeper - Bishop Blaizepage 165
CLOUGHMr.Instructor at Mechanic's InstitutePage 88
CLOUGHRobertInn keeper - The UnicornPage 166
CLOWESRev. F. Page 67, 102
COATESJoeVocalistPage 174
COATESWm.Post Master and PoliticianPage 156, 185
COBBETTWilliam Page 121
COBDENRichardPoliticianPage 183, 191, 206
COCKINRev. JosephCongregational MinisterPage 69
COCKLE JACK CoachmanPage 177
COCKSHOTTMr.DruggistPage 225
COFFEYRev. R.S.Presbyterian Minister circa 1890Page 74
COLERIDGEHartleyAuthorPage 171
COLLIERDr. LairdMinister at Chapel LanePage 51
CONWAYDerwentSee Mr. Henry D. InglisPage 124, 240
COOKMiss ElizaAuthorPage 147
COOKEWilliamProprietor of Bradford TimesPage 190
COOPERRev. JamesSt.Jude's Incumbent 1843-1857Page 43, 89
COOPERThomasPoet-OratorPage 151, 195
COPELANDMr.LiverpoolPage 144
CORKERFrancisAppointed by Charles I 1642/3 to 1666Page 30, 31, 38
COTEJohannes Page 11
COTES See 'De Cotes
COTTAMJohn Page 208
COTTAMMaryDaughter of John Cottam, married Rev.Wm.AtkinsonPage 208
COUSENCharlesArtist Cousin of JohnPage 222, 242
COUSENJohnArtist and EngraverPage 242
COUSENSMrs.Drapery ShopPage 227
COUSENSOf BradfordPost Box BarbersPage 156, 224
COXDr.Baptist Preacher at Sion ChapelPage 66
CRABTREEWilliamBaptist Preacher at ManninghamPage 63-65
CRAGGH.IllustratorPreface, Page 223
CRANBROOK aka Hardy GathorneThe Right Hon. ViscountLord President of Privy Council. DedicationBetween Prefaces. Page 163, 180, 187, 198, 204, 207
CRANERev. JohnGrammar School MasterPage 81
CROCKERJohnPaid for Hooley Gates leadingPage 49
CROFTElizaBradford Librarian from 1829Page 96
CROFTJohnSecretary Church InstitutionPage 89
CROFTJosephBank ManagerPage 161
CROFTSJohnPhilosophical Society - LecturerPage 92
CROMWELL Page 220
CROSLEYJohnBowling Green OccupierPage 167
CROSLEYMr.Quaker Tea DealerPage 226
CROSLEYRev. JamesFirst Congregational Minister at Horton Lane for One DayPage 70
CROSLEYThomasPost BoxPage 155
CROSSEJohn Vicar of Bradford in 1784of Bradford St.Peter'sPage22, 26, 28, 32-34, 38, 40-41, 81, 97, 103, 104, 118, 165, 208
CROUSDALEJeremyQuaker burials registerPage 52
CROYSDILL Quaker circa 1652 birthsPage 52
CRUICKSHANKGeorge Page 163
CUCKSONRev. JohnMinister at Chapel LanePage 51
CUDWORTHWilliamBradford Historical and Antiquarian SocietyIntro 1,2,3 Preface, Page 217
CUMBERLANDEarl of Page 220-221
CUNLIFFEJohnof Addingham Father of Ellis Cunliffe ListerPage 180
CURETommyGrocer and Tallow ChandlerPage 225
CURTAYSMargeriaSurname probably CurtisPage 12
CUSHMANMissActressPage 136, 147
CUSSONS BooksellerPage 226
DALEGeorgeHairdresserPage 227
DALEJohnPrinter and StationerPage 227
DARCYLord Page 220
DARLINGTONJohnSecretary of the Philosophical SocietyPage 91-2, 113
DARNEYWilliamPoet circa 1751Page 58
DAWSONC.H.Philosophical Society - Member of CouncilPage 86, 91
DAWSONChristopherSon of Rev. JosephPage 50
DAWSONGeorgeLectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 88
DAWSONJacobEccentricPage 181
DAWSONJosephVicar of Thornton - 1692Page 47
DAWSONJoshuaQuaker circa 1672Page 53
DAWSONMaryDaughter of Rev. JosephPage 50
DAWSONNancyWent to Broadstones school circa 1719Page 50
DAWSONRachelDaughter of Rev. JosephPage 50
DAWSONRev. Josephof Royd's Hall - at Chapel LanePage 50
DAWSONWilliam - BillyMethodistPage 61, 249
DAWSON Post BoxPage 155
DAWSON'S Page 218
DE BALDOCKReginald Page 38
DE BOLLINGRobertDefeated at Towton 1461Page 219
DE BOLLINGWilliamLord of the ManorPage 219
DE BULTONWillelmus Page 11
DE BURTONNicholas13th Century Steward of Henry De LacyPage 5
DE BYNGHAMRobertPresbyter 1328Page 38
DE BYNGLAYJohanna Page 12
DE COTESWilliamPresbyter of Bradford - 1370Page 38
DE ECCLESHILLStephenPresbyter of Bradford - 1374Page 38
DE EURERichardRector with the assent of Alice de Lacy - 1309Page 38
DE EVERINGHAMRobertLord of the Manor of HeatonPage 5
DE FRIZINGHALLRobertBradford Manor Court Rolls of 1348Page 5
DE HALTONRichardPriest of Bradford - 1293Page 29
DE HETTONJohannesCissor - TailorPage 11
DE HORNEBYMargareta Page 12
DE HORNEBYWilhelmusHostiler - InnkeeperPage 11
DE HORTONDionisia Page 12
DE IRBYRichardRector with the assent of Alice de LacyPage 38
DE LACIES Page 77
DE LACYAlice Page 38
DE LACYEdmundNormanPage 5, 119
DE LACYHenry Earl of LincolnNorman of 1277 died 1311Page 5, 200
DE LACYIlbertNormanPage 4, 219
DE LATRYNTONHenryPriest of Bradford - 1335 and naughty boy.Page 29, 38
DE LYMBERGHAdamPresbyter 1348Page 38
DE MANYNGHAMDionisius Page 12
DE NORTHROPJohannes Page 12
DE NORTONWilliamPresbyter of Bradford - 1369Page 38
DE OUROMRicardus Page 11
DE PRESTONIsabella Page 12
DE PRESTONJohannes Page 11
DE PRESTONWm.Chaplain 1331Page 38
DE STHELWORAJohannes Page 12
DE WILSDENRichardPresbyter 1348Page 38
DEANMr.Library paid for booksPage 94-95
DEANMr. S.E.SubscriberPreface
DEANRev. JohnUnitarian Minister at Chapel Lane, succeeded SmithPage 50, 69, 94
DEARDENWilliamAuthorPage 171
DEARDENWilliamPoetPage 239
DEIGHTONMr.Dealer in Fish TacklePage 228
DEL SYKERobertus Page 11
DERBYLordPoliticianPage 191
DICKENSCharles Page 107, 163, 171
DILLENIUS Friend of Dr. Richardsonpage 222
DILLONCharlesActorPage 147, 149
DISNEYRev. S.Vicar of HalsteadPage 82
DISRAELIMr.PoliticianPage 191
DIXONHepworthLectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 87
DOBSONElizabethWidowPage 29
DODGEJackWaitsPage 250
DOUGLASWilliamof IlkleyPage 148
DOWSONRev. HenryBaptist Minister at Westgate from 1836 to 1866Page 67-68, 102, 241
DRAKE Friend of Dr. RichardsonPage 222
DUCKITMrs.Land Lady Bull's HeadPage 168
DUFFIELDFrancisBradford Library - First Committee MemberPage 97, 201
DUFFIELD'S Page 218
DUGDALE Visited Yorkshire 1665Page 201
DUGGANMissMarried J D StoylePage 144
DUMB JOHN BarberPage 224
DUNNMrs.Bermondsey HotelPage 174
DURYRev. TheodoreOf Keighley Philosophical Society - LecturerPage 92
DYNGHALEWillelmusCimentor - MasonPage 11
DYSONWilliamSwedenborgianPage 75
EAGLEJohnBradford Library - First Committee MemberPage 97
ECCLESJ.H.PoetPage 239
ECCLESHILL See 'De Eccleshill'
ECKHARDJ & CPost BoxPage 155
ECROYDBenjaminPost BoxPage 155
EDDOWESRev. JohnSt.Jude's Incumbent 1857-circa 1890Page 43
EDLESTONR.Of Leeds SwedenborgianPage 75
ELIOTGeorge Page 218
ELLISJamesVagrant Committee 1827 Conscientious ObjectorPage 113, 123, 155, 213-214, 231
ELLISWilliamPost BoxPage 155
ELLIS See Ellis
ELYSJohannes Page 11
ELYSThomasSurname EllisPage 12
ELYSWillelmusProbably surname EllisPage 12
EMMANUEL& SonPost BoxPage 155
EMMERSONRalph WaldoLectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 87
ENGLANDAbrahamEastbrook ChapelPage 249
EVAM Weaver of GomersalPage 5
EVERINGHAM See 'De Everingham'
FAIRBAIRNRev. A.M.President of Airedale CollegePage 101
FAIRFAXFerdinando, Lord. Page 208-209, 222
FAIRFAXLady Page 16
FAIRFAXSir Thomas Page 14, 15, 16, 47, 209
FAIRLIE Officer in ArmyPage 143
FARADAYProfessorPhilosophical Society - Honorary MemberPage 91
FARRARHenryShop in KirkgatePage 85
FARRARJemProperty Man - Theatre March, 1835Page 133
FARRARJosephSecretary Mechanic's InstitutePage 84-86
FARRARJosephHatterPage 228
FARRARMr.TailorPage 225
FARRERJohnApril 1822Page 103
FAUCITMiss HelenActressPage 147
FAWCETTCannonof Low MoorPage 24
FAWCETTDr. JohnBaptistPage 64, 82, 101, 241
FAWCETTHelenActressPage 136
FAWCETTRev. JoshuaLectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 88-89, 91-92, 154
FAWCETTRichardFather of Canon Fawcett of Low MoorPage 24, 104, 155, 216, 231
FAWCETTStephenAuthorPage 239, 247
FAWCETT Author of 'Life of Oliver Heywood'Page 48
FEARNLEYJosh.Post BoxPage 155
FEATHERWilliamShoemakerPage 227
FECHTER DramatistPage 163
FENNELLJane Page 40
FENNELLJohnhead master of Wesleyan AcademyPage 40, 41
FERRANDMr.Of St.IvesPage 203
FERRAND - See Peckover & Ferrand
FfRISYNGHALLAdamManningham Poll Tax of 1378Page 5
FfRISYNGHALLAdam Page 12
FIELDJamesInn Keeper - BritanniaPage 165
FIELDJohnof ShipleyPage 27
FIELDJoshuaBradford Library - subscriberPage 97
FIELDJoshuaHeaton 1778Page 201
FIRTHJamesPost BoxPage 155
FISHERMessrs. & Co.PublishersPage 242
FISON& SonsPost BoxPage 155
FISONMr. Page 195
FITZGERALDMajorOf Richmond and BoldshayPage 205
FITZWILLIAMMrs.Actress....Of the HaymarketPage 147
FLAXMAN SculptorPage 27
FLETCHERDickCoachmanPage 177
FLETCHERJimWaitsPage 250
FLINTOFFJackCricketer and Inn KeeperPage 150, 171-172
FORBESHenryMayor Post BoxIntro 2, Page 86, 153, 155, 236
FORBESMr.London TravellerPage 189
FORBES - See Milligan, Forbes
FORRESTJamesInn Keeper - Hare and HoundsPage 165
FORRESTMr. Page 134
FORRESTSylvesterInn Keeper - Hope and AnchorPage 165
FORRESTTomCoachmanPage 177
FORSTERRight Hon. William.E.Minister of Education - Introduced Education BillPreface, Page 82-83, 86-88, 105, 163, 188, 190, 194-195, 197-199, 214
FOSTERJoeBee Hive InnPage 174
FOSTERJohnOf QueensburyPage 116
FOSTERJohnOf Hornby CastlePage 174
FOSTERMr.BaptistPage 101
FOTHERGILLDr.Son of JohnPage 211-212
FOTHERGILLJohnOf Carr End, Wensleydale Friend of Benjamin BartlettPage 211, 222
FOXGeorgeFounder of The QuakersPage 52, 56
FOXMr.Landlord - White SwanPage 172
FRANCE See Milnes
FRANKELAYNWilliamVicar 1364Page 38
FRANKLANDElizabethBaptist of Manningham 1751Page 62
FRANKS OpticianPage 227
FRASERDr.Lectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 88
FRASERRev. D.President Airedale College from 1836Page 101
FRECHVILLESir Petermarried Elizabeth TempestPage 221
FRECKLETONRev. T.W.Minister at Chapel Lane to 1860Page 51
FRIZINGHALL See 'De Frizinghall'
FROSTRev. Joseph LoxdaleFirst incumbet at St.John's Bowling 1841Page 43
FRYERMrs.Land Lady of the Bowling GreenPage 167
FURNISSHaroldIllustratorPreface
GALERev. KnightVicar of St.Andrew's Lister Hills from 1853Page 44
GAMBLEJohnPost BoxPage 155
GARDINERWalterSolicitorPage 161
GARDINER, JEFFERY & HARDCASTLEMessrs. Page 161
GARNETTEleanorWife of JamesPage 69
GARNETTJamesCongregationalist of Paper Hall, BarkerendPage 69, 70, 86, 202, 236
GARNETTRichardCongregational Sunday SchoolPage 70
GARNETT,R.J. & W.Post BoxPage 155
GASCOIGNEMrSun HotelPage 170
GASCOIGNEWilliammarried Beatrice TempestPage 221
GASKARTHHenry Page 201, 226, 234
GASKELLG.A.IllustratorPreface
GASKELLMrs. Page 40, 41
GAUNTJohn ofOwned BradfordPage 9
GAUSSEZ &BOISSERMAS Post BoxPage 155
GELLThomasPriest of Bradford - 1430Page 28
GELLERAngelinaIllustratorPreface
GELLERJamesbrother of William Overend GellerPage 241
GELLERWilliam HenrySon Of William Overend Geller. Lost in City of Glasgow 1854Page 241
GELLERWilliam OverendArtistPage 240, 243
GELLYSDyonisPresbyter of Bradford - 1432Page 38
GELLYSHenryPresbyter of Bradford - 1464Page 38
GENTThomas Page 234
GEORGEW.Post BoxPage 155
GEORGE See Rawson
GHOSTof Bolling Hall Page 17
GIBSONJohnInn Keeper - White HorsePage 166
GILBERTIAlicia Daughter ofSurname GilbertsPage 12
GISSOPB.LocksmithPage 41
GLADSTONEMr.PoliticianPage 204
GLOSSOPWilliamSubscriberPreface
GLYDERev. JonathanCongregational Minister fHorton Lane 1835-1854Page 71-73, 88, 106-107, 241
GODWINMr. J.V.Son of Dr.GodwinPage 67, 84, 197-198
GODWINRev. Dr. BenjaminBaptist Minister at Sion ChapelPage 66-67, 71, 84, 88, 102, 213, 236
GORNOSZYNSKIMr. I.F.Philosophical Society - LecturerPage 92
GOTTJohnOrganistPage 41
GREENEliza CravenPoetessPage 239
GREENJohnQuaker circa 1672Page 53
GREENMrs. MaryWife of ThomasPage 210
GREENS.G.Philosophical SocietyPage 92, 102
GREENThomasOf Liversedge Father of Elizabeth BartlettPage 210
GREENTimyInn Keeper - Saracen's HeadPage 165
GREENLAYThomasCongregational Sunday SchoolPage 70
GREENWOODF.Post BoxPage 155
GRELLETStephenQuakerPage 214
GRIMSHAWWm.Of HaworthPage 32, 59, 208
GRIMSHAW Wesleyan PreacherPage 58, 69, 168
GROSSMITHGeorgeLectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 88
GURNEYHenryOf Norwich Father of Elizabeth BartlettPage 210
GURNEY - See Bartlett Elizabeth
GWYNNEMissPost MistressPage 152
HADFIELDGeorgeOf ManchesterPage 182-183, 198
HAIGHGeorgePost BoxPage 155
HAIGHThomasBank SecretaryPage 162
HAIGH Post BoxPage 155
HAIGH & ATKINSON Post BoxPage 156
HAILSTONEEdwardof Walton Hall, near WakefieldPage 31, 37, 48, 171, 217
HAILSTONESamuelMechanic's Institute BoardPage 84, 90, 155, 207, 217
HAINSWORTHLewisSubscriberPreface
HALESEdwardPreacher - CongregationalPage 69
HALLRev. RobertBaptist Minister at Sion ChapelPage 66
HALLRobertSchoolmaster at Bradforde circa 1563Page 79
HALL CutlerPage 228
HALTON - See 'De Halton'
HAMILTON ActorPage 139
HAMMONDThomasPost BoxPage 155
HANSONEdmund Page 99
HANSONJamesLectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 88, 92, 239
HANSONMrs.AuthorPage 239
HARDACREBenPoetPage 239
HARDAKERJamesPoliticianpage 197-198
HARDCASTLE& SonsPost BoxPage 155
HARDCASTLEJosephVice Chairman of BankPage 161
HARDCASTLERev. JoshuaFirst Minister at Chapel Lane circa 1719Page 50
HARDCASTLEWilliamBanker 1780Page 157
Hardcastle - See Gardiner, Jeffery
HARDCASTLE -See Leach, Pollard
HARDYCharlesLaid foundation stone Christ ChurchPage 40, 91, 180, 204
HARDYGathorneSee Cranbrook - Lord
HARDYJohnBrother of Chas. and father of Lord CranbrookPage 40, 86
HARDYJohn, MPFirst members to Parliament - 1832Page 122, Portrait facing 179, 180-186, 198, 204
HARDYMr.Grandfather of Lord Cranbrook AttorneyPage 207
HARDYSir JohnGifted St.Mathew's BowlingPage 44, 180
HARDY Post BoxPage 155
HARDY'S Page 218
HARGREAVESMr.ConfectionerPage 225
HARKERWilliamChairman of BankPage 161
HARNEYJulianChartist Lecturer PoliticianPage 190
HARPERWillelmus Page 11
HARRISAlfredTreasurer Mechanic's InstitutePage 85, 89, 91-92, 106, 158-159, 193-194, 198
HARRISAlfred JuniorOf Lunefield Kirkby LonsdalePage 158
HARRISC.H. & A. & Co. Page 158
HARRISCharlesApril 1822 Nephew of Mr.PeckoverPage 103-104, 106, 123, 157-159
HARRISH.A. and W.M. Page 158
HARRISHenryApril 1822Page 103, 121, 158-159
HARRISMissSister of brothers - Charles, Henry and AlfredPage 159
HARRISWilliam Masterman Page 158
HARRISONJ.L.Bank ManagerPage 161
HARRISONMr.Sun HotelPage 170
HARTINGTONLord Page 163
HARTLEYDavidPhilospherPage 82
HARTLEYJamesSchoolmaster- circa 1776Page 9, 115
HARTLEYJoshuaPaid for 1000 slate pins 1719/20Page 48
HARTLEYMr.Baptist Preacher of HaworthPage 62
HASTINGSLady Elizabeth Page 83
HAWLEYThomasHerald of Bradford 1536Page 221
HEALDRev.Tong ChurchPage 124
HEAPRev. HenryVicar of Bradford - 1816-1839Page 29, 34, 38, 91, 104, 123-124, 156, 213, 241, 243
HEARNE Friend of Dr. RichardsonPage 222
HEATONWilliamPoetPage 239
HEINEKENRev. Nicholas T.Minister at Chapel Lane 1817-1841Page 51, 97, 241
HEMINGWAYHenryAttorneyPage 205
HEPWORTHJohnBradford Fortune TellerPage 244
HERONJ.N. & Co.Post BoxPage 155
HERSCHELLSir JohnPhilosophical Society - Honorary MemberPage 91
HETTON See 'De Hetton'
HEYWOODOliverMinister at Coley ChurchPage 14, 25, 31, 47-48
HICKSammyStreet PreacherPage 249
HILLCharlesOdd-Fellows LodgePage 150
HILLJohnMaltsterPage 110
HILLJonasLandlord Nag's HeadPage 175
HILLJosephFirst Manager of The Bradford Commercial BankPage 161
HILLJosephTea DealeerPage 227
HILLMr.Commercial Bank Son of JosephPage 155, 161
HINCHCLIFFEJosephSchoolmaster Promoted Moravian ChapelIntro 2, Page 74
HINCHCLIFFEJosh.Post BoxPage 156
HIRDHenryPost BoxPage 156
HIRDJamesAuthorPage 239
HIRDRev. LamplughMay 1827 father of H W WickhamPage 111, 189, 201, 207
HIRDRichardOf RawdonPage 189
HIRDSarahDaughter of Quakeress Sarah Hird. Married Joshua BarlettPage 210
HIRDSarahQuakeress. Disorderly in 1694Page 210
HIRD Post BoxPage 155
HIRD aka WICKHAMHenry Page 189-190
HIRD'S Page 218
HIRSTMrSun HotelPage 170
HOAREE.B.PoliticianPage 199
HODGSONJohn Captain Page 14, 15
HODGSONMr.Of Scholemoor - congregationalistPage 69
HODSDENMrs. DorothyHorton 1778Page 201
HOLCROFTSir HenryFather of Mrs. David ClarksonPage 210
HOLDENAld. AngusPortait of,Preface, Page 172, 199
HOLDENIsaac Page 86
HOLDERReuben Popular Rhymester born Hunslett 1797Page 247-248
HOLDGATERev. ThomasSecond Congregational Minister at Horton LanePage 70
HOLDSWORTHDr.Vicar of Halifax 1535Page 220
HOLDSWORTH - See Bailey and -
HOLGATEMr.Barber and Toy DealerPage 228
HOLLINGSJohnBuilt St. Paul's at ManninghamPage 43, 89, 92
HOLLINGSJohnPaid for wood 1719/20Page 48
HOLLINGS& SonsPost BoxPage 155
HOLMESThomasPost BoxPage 155
HOLROYDAbrahamShop in Westgate, Literary CircleIntro 2, Page 97, 161, 238-239
HOLYOAKE OratorPage 151
HOPPERHenryHoppy Grammar School Usher to 1707 AccountantPage 80, 81
HORNBY -See 'De Horneby'
HORNEBY See De Horneby
HORSFAL L& Bros.Post BoxPage 156
HORSFALLJ.G.circa 1832Page 43, 91, 122, 179
HORTONTristramPriest of Bradford - 1528Page 29
HORTON See 'De Horton'
HOUGHTONLord Page 86
HOWE Page 210
HOYLANDBarbaraQuaker 1831Page 214
HUDSONEdwardClerk of Bradford - 1640Page 38
HUDSONJohnPostmanPage 154
HUDSONMr.Town Clerk in 1852Page 190
HUDSONWilliamPost BoxPage 155
HULMEDr.Eminent PhysicianPage 48
HULMESamuelPresbyterian Minister of Little Horton circa 1700Page 48
HUNTERThomasTailorPage 225
HUNTINGDONCountess of Page 57
HURD See HIRD
HUSTLERJohnPhilosophical Society - Member of CouncilPage 71, 91, 97, 103-104, 106, 155, 213-214
HUSTLERJohnQuaker of Bolton 1745 Father of John of UndercliffePage 212
HUSTLERJohn jnr.Son of John of UndercliffePage 195, 212, 214
HUSTLERSarahOf Bradford Sister of JohnPage 214
HUSTLERWilliamQuaker of Bolton 1745Page 212
HUSTLER & BLACKBURN Post BoxPage 155
HUSTLERS Of UndercliffePage 54-56
HUTTON See - Killick
IBBETSONJamesPrinterPage 235
ILLINGWORTHAlfredPoliticianPage 191, 197-199
ILLINGWORTHBoothBuilder and contractorPage 127
ILLINGWORTHJ.A.Vagrant Committee 1827Page 113
ILLINGWORTHJereInn Keeper - Bull's HeadPage 165
ILLINGWORTHJohnDraperPage 226, 239
ILLINGWORTHMilesPost BoxPage 155, 236
ILLINGWORTHMrs.Land Lady Bull's HeadPage 169
ILLINGWORTH & NEWBOULTMessrs Page 226
INGHAMJohnConstable & Vagrant Master 1827Page 111, 113
INGHAMTimothyAuctioneer and Sheriff's OfficerPage 228
INGLEJamesRawson's ArmsPage 174
INGLEWilliamRawson's Arms, son of JamesPage 174
INGLISHenry D.Editor of Bradford CourierPage 124, 240
INKERSLEYThomasChurch Treasurer &Vagrant Committee 1827Page 41, 113, 119, 235
INKERSLEYThomasPost Master 1831Page 153-154, 156, 234
IRVINGHenryActorPage 149, 163
JACKSONWilliamMusical ComposerPage 88, 163
JAMESJohnBradford Historical and Antiquarian SocietyIntro 1,3 Preface. Pages 2,3,4,5,6, 23, 28, 44, 46, 48, 50-1, 77, 79, 90-91, 97, 119, 122, 156-157, 162, 171, 186, 189, 205, 233-234, 238, 242,243
JARRATTJohnBradford 1778Page 201
JEFFERSONJosephActorPage 149
JEFFERY - See Gardiner
JEFFREYHerbertSolicitor, CheapsideIntro 2
JENNINGSMr. Page 134
JOHANNISAlicia Daughter ofSurname JohnsPage 12
JOHANNISChristiana Daughter of Page 12
JOHANNISWillelmu Son of Page 12
JOHNLord Archbishop of Yorknative of BradfordPage 27
JOHNSONBenBradford Draper and HosierPage 96
JOHNSONBenShopPage 225
JOHNSON - See Mumford
JONESLloydOratorPage 151
JONESMariaActressPage 136
JONESMaria B.ActressPage 142
JONESRev. J. CeredigMinister at Chapel LanePage 51
JOWETTAbrahamQuaker circa 1652 births of BowlingPage 52
JOWETTNathanBradford Library - First Committee MemberPage 97
JUDSONThomasQuaker - first burial in registerPage 52
JULIANEAlicia Daughter of Page 12
JULLIENMons. Page 147
JUSTRev. E.Pastor of the German Evangelical ChurchPage 76
KAYEBenjaminInn Keeper - Beehive - 1822Page 165, 174
KEANCharlesActorPage 136, 147, 163
KEANMrs. CharlesActressPage 147
KEELINGRev. W.HGrammar School MasterPage 81
KEIGHLEYEdwardBookshopPage 225
KELLMr. S.C. Page 107
KEMBLEMrs. FannyLectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 88
KEMPRev. CalebVicar of Bradford - 1595 and PuritanPage 29, 30, 38
KEMPEJohnClerk of Bradford - 1639Page 38
KENDREWMr.Shop at No.4 IvegatePage 227
KENIONEdward Page 190
KENNETBenjaminVicar of Bradford 1720-1752Page 38
KEYThomasBaptist of YorkPage 101
KEYSMr.DruggistPage 225
KIELW.C.Post BoxPage 155
KILLICK, HUTTON, & VINTMessrs.SolicitorsPage 161
KIRBYJoshuaPreacher at Wakefield - 1692Page 47
KIRKLizzieActressPage 141
KIRKMrs.Sister to Mr. MosleyPage 141
KIRKSTALLAbbot of Page 109
KITCHENThomasQuaker burials registerPage 52
KNAPTONRev. Mr.Minister at Chapel LanePage 51
KNIGHTJ.W.IllustratorPreface
KNIGHTTitusWesleyan - converted to IndependentPage 65
KNOWLESSheridanLectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 87
KOSSUTH PatriotPage 163
LACYHenry, Earl of LincolnOwned Manor of Bradford - 1311Page 6
LACYJohnmarried Anne TempestPage 221
LACY Page 7,9, 24
LACY - See 'De Lacy'
LAMBMr.Private School Owner Manchester RoadPage 84
LAMBMrs.Sister of Mr. L.S. ThompsonPage 119
LAMBERTGeneralCivil WarPage 30
LAMBERTRichardBradford Library - subscriberPage 97
LANCASTEREarls Page 9
LANCASTERHenry Duke Page 24
LANCASTERThomas Earl Page 24
LANGDALESir Marmaduke Page 30
LATRYNTON See 'De Latrynton'
LAWAld. JamesCongregational Sunday SchoolPage 70, 92
LAYCOCKSamuelInstructor at Mechanic's InstitutePage 43, 86, 88, 92, 160, 236
LEACHHenryPhilosophical Society - Hon. SecretaryPage 92-93, 160
LEACH CLAYTON & CO. Post BoxPage 156
LEACH, POLLARD, & HARDCASTLE Bank - failedPage 157
LEAHHenryThe Exchange Project Committee 1825Page 121, 231
LEAH'S Page 218
LEAROYDS Of AllertonPage 54
LEAVENTHORPWilliamPriest of Bradford - 1480Page 28
LEEJ.L.Post BoxPage 155
LEEJohnVagrant Committee 1827Page 113
LEEWilliamWill Lee Hoil Custodian of Debtors PrisonPage 112
LEGGARDJohannesHostiler - InnkeeperPage 11
LELAND Topographer in reign of HENRY VIIIPage 13
LEVENTHORPWilliamGentlemanPage 12
LEYLAND Sculptor from HalifaxPage 171
LIGHT Post BoxPage 155
LINCEYJ.H.Of Beckett & Co.Page 159
LINDJennyMusicianPage 163
LINDLEYFrancisof Bolling Hall Son of WilliamPage 27, 222
LINDLEYWilliamOf Hull Father of FrancisPage 222
LISTEREllis CunliffePoliticianPage 122, 179-186, 198, 216
LISTERG.Post BoxPage 156
LISTERJohnManningham 1665Page 201
LISTERJosephAuthor of the 'Genuine Account of the Siege of Bradford'Page 82, 209
LISTERMr.Of Shibden HallPage 79, 82
LISTERMr. E.C.circa 1801Page 20, 86, 111, 155, 216, 250
LISTERMrs. MaryManningham 1778Page 201
LISTERRichardVicar of Bradford - 1614Page 38
LISTERS. CunliffeGifted money to Grammar School, StatuePreface, Page 14, 16, 82,180, 190, 216
LISTERWilliamInn Keeper - The Angel - 1822Page 165
LISTERWm.BarristerPage 185
LIVINGSTONE MissionaryPage 163
LOCKWOODH.F.ArchitectPage 192
LOCKWOOD & MAWSONMessrs.ArchitectsPage 161
LONGFIELDMr.Shop in KirkgatePage 225
LOOSEMORERev. R.W.Vicar of St.John'sPage 43
LORAINEMr. H.ActorPage 140, 143
LORDMr.Baptist Preacher of BacupPage 62
LOUGHMANRev. John E.Vicar of St.JamesPage 42
LUMBGeorgeInn Keeper - Old CrownPage 165
LUMBJoshuaInn Keeper - Old Bishop BlaizePage 165
LUNDCharlesInstructor at Mechanic's InstitutePage 88
LUNDMr.Periodical and Book ShopPage 226
LUPTONJohnLast Land Lord of the Bowling GreenPage 168
LUPTONR. (& Son)Post BoxPage 156
LUPTONSamuelInn Keeper - The FleecePage 165
LYELLProfessorPhilosophical Society - Honorary MemberPage 91
LYMBERGH See 'De Lymbergh
MACAULAYMr.ActorPage 128, 130
MACDONALDGeorgeLectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 87
MACKAYMr.ActorPage 137, 145
MACREADY ActorPage 136, 146-147, 163
MACTURKDr.Philosophical Society - Member of CouncilPage 43, 91, 206
MADDOCKSMr.Catholic Priest at St.Mary'sPage 46
MANNJoshuaThe Exchange Project Committee 1825Page 43, 121
MANNN.T. & Co.Post BoxPage 155
MANNRev. IsaacBaptist MinisterPage 102
MANNThomasManville HallPage 216
MANNING CardinalPage 163
MANNINGHAM Custodians of Records, Clerks, RegistrarsPage 8
MANYNGHAMMargeria Page 12
MANYNGHAM See 'De Manyngham'
MARGARETJohannes Page 11
MARGERISONJosephIllustratorPreface, Page 89
MARMADUKE Friend of Dr. RichardsonPage 222
MARSDENHenryOf GisburnPage 110
MARSDENHenryOf Wennington Hall, Lancs c. 1780Page 110
MARSDENJohnOf Hornby Castle circa 1795Page 110
MARSDEN'SLords of the Manor Page 110
MARSHALLGraceQuaker burials registerPage 52
MARSHALLJames Page 231
MARSHALLJohnof Bradford - Quakers Birth Register 1652Page 52
M'ARTHURA.IllustratorPreface
MARTINBaron Page 197
MARTINJohnArtistPage 241
MARTINMr.Post BoxPage 155
MARTINMr.Irish PoliticianPage 185, 190
MASONMissBradford Librarian from 1848Page 96
MASONNicholasInn Keeper - Nag's HeadPage 165
MASONThomas Page 222
MASTERMAN - See Mildred
MAUDWilliamVagrant Committee 1827 ChemistPage 113, 213, 226
MAUD - See Bilton and -
MAUD AND WILSON ChemistsPage 213, 226
MAUDS Page 54
MAWMr. W. Preface
MAWSONNicholasLandlord Nag's HeadPage 174
MAWSON See - Lockwood
MAYNARDSir JohnManor and Rectory....era King Charles IPage 24, 31, 205
MCARTHURMr.ArtistPreface, Page 154
MCCROBENJohnCongregational Sunday SchoolPage 70
MCCROBENMr. Page 189
MCKAYWilliamCongregational Sunday SchoolPage 70
MCKEAN, TETLEY & CO.Messrs Page 128
MCTURKDr.circa 1835Page 125, 133
MEAD Page 210
MERCERMrs.Bradford Librarian - resigned 1814Page 96
MIALLEdwardPoliticianPage 194, 196-198
MIALLMr. L.C.Philosophical Society - Secretary and CuratorPage 93
MIALLRev. James G.First Congregational Minister Salem Chapel 1835-1873Page 73, 88, 92, 239
MICHAELIS & SAMSON Post BoxPage 155
MIDDLETONSir HughManor and Rectory....era King Charles IPage 24
MIDGLEYMarthaInn Keeper - The RoebuckPage 165
MIDGLEYMaryChurch cleanerPage 41
MILDRED, MASTERMAN & WALKERMessrsBankers, LondonPage 157
MILLERDavid PrinceStrolling PlayerPage 132
MILLIGANJ. (& Son)Post Box (2 entries)Page 155
MILLIGANRobertFirst Mayor of BradfordIntro 2, 70, 86, 153, 188-191, 198, 236
MILLIGAN, FORBES& Co. Page 189
MILNERJohannes Page 11
MILNESWilliamCongregational Sunday SchoolPage 70, 156
MILNES & FRANCEMessrs.ArchitectsPage 161
MILNES & WILCOCK Post BoxPage 156
MILTHORPJohnPost BoxPage 156
MILTHORPThomasVagrant Committee 1827Page 113
MILTHORPEThomas & Co.Post BoxPage 155
MITCHELLE.J.Committee Member Church InstitutionPage 89, 156
MITCHELLThomasWesleyan Preacher circa mid 1700'sPage 57-58
MITCHELL Post BoxPage 155
MITHMr.ActorPage 134
MITTONRev. CannonVicar of St.Paul'sPage 43
MONTGOMERYJamesPhilosophical Society - LecturerPage 92
MOORESir JohnCorunnaPage 231
MOREWm.Presbyter of Bradford - 1537Page 38
MORGANRev. WilliamVicar of Christ Church for 36 years to 1851Page 39, 40-42, 71, 243
MORGANWilliamCatererPage 148
MORGANWilliamTheatre ManagerPage 149
MORPETHViscountM.P.Page 86, 118
MORTIMERJames Blind JimmyOf Heaton Old Bradford Oddity - played clarionetPage 249
MORYNRobertSon of Reginald de Baldock, RectorPage 38
MOSLEYJohnTheatre - ActorPage 129, 135-137, 139-147
MOSSMANDr.Bradford Library - subscriberPage 97, 125
MOSSMANG.R.Committee Member Church InstitutionPage 89, 156
MOULDENWilliamPost BoxPage 155
MUFFMr.Milliner brother in law of Henry BrownPage 226, 228
MUMFORD & JOHNSONMessrs.SolicitorsPage 161
MURCHISONRoderickPhilosophical Society - Honorary MemberPage 91
MURGATROYDWilliamPost BoxPage 86, 154, 156
MURPHYRev. FrancisCatholic Priest at St.Mary'sPage 45, 46
NASHRev. A.J.G.Vicar of St.John'sPage 43
NEESOMBrothersGrocers and Hop MerchantsPage 227
NELSONArthurClownPage 132
NELSONJohnPreaching Stonemason of Birstall, WesleyanPage 57, 94, 249
NELSONJohnMay 1744Page 111
NESBITAnthonyCommercial and Mathematical AcademyPage 127
NEWBOULTGeorgeSubscriberPreface, Page 88
NEWBOULT See Illingworth & -
NEWCASTLEEarl ofInvested Bradford in 1642Page 16, 17, 209, 221
NEWTONRev. Robert Page 249
NICHELSONAdam Page 11
NICHOLJamesEdinburgh PublisherPage 210
NICHOLSONGeorgeSon of John, and a PublisherPage 96, 233
NICHOLSONJohnBuilt Organ for Church Choral SocietyPage 89
NICHOLSONJohnBradford Printer in 1781-5Page 95-96, 233
NICHOLSONJohnPoetPage 127-128, 233-235, 237-238, 241, 247
NICHOLSONMiss MaryBradford Librarian - may be daughter of JohnPage 96
NICHOLSONR.Post BoxPage 155
NICHOLSONSamuelSon of John - bookbinderPage 96, 233
NICHOLSONTomPoet Brother of JohnPage 239
NORFOLKDuke of Page 221
NORTHArthurIllustratorPreface
NORTHJohnPoetPage 239
NORTHROPJohnAppointed by John of GauntPage 9
NORTHROPWilliamMinor Parish clerk - 1400'sPage 29
NORTHROP Land OwnersPage 8
NORTHROP See 'De Northrop'
NORTHS Page 54
NORTON See 'De Norton'
NORWOODC.M.PoliticianPage 199
NUNNAnnetteActressPage 138
NUNNJackActorPage 138
NUNNJohnTheatre Royal, and Landlord of Bermondsey HotelPage 174
NUNNMrs.ActressPage 137-138, 142-144
NUNNELYMr. T.Philosophical Society - LecturerPage 92
NUTBROWNEWilliamAle TasterPage 164
NUTTEBROUNEHugo Page 11
OASTLERRichardTen hours Bill movementPage 42, 217
OATESHenryBradford Library - First Committee MemberPage 97
OATESHenry William Page 231
ODDYMarkRope MakerPage 227
OKDENThomasClerk of Bradford - 1556Page 38
OKDENThomasVicar of Bradford - will of 1563Page 79
OKELLJohnVicar of Bradford - 1615Page 38
OLDFIELDWilliamBee Hive InnPage 174
ORRJamesOf Holywood House, Co.DownPage 204
ORRJanedaughter of James OrrPage 204
OSBORNEG. & Co.Post BoxPage 156
OUROM See 'De Ourom'
OUROUNEHenricusCissor - TailorPage 11
OUTHWAITEDr.The Exchange Project Committee 1825Page 121, 125, 155
OUTHWAITEMr.ChemistPage 225
OUTHWAITEThomasBradford Library - First Committee MemberPage 97
OWENDr. JohnDied 1683Page 209
OWENRobertOratorPage 151
OXLEY - See Willett, Oxley
PALEYJ.G.Bowling Iron Works and Bank DirectorPage 160, 222
PALEY'S Page 218
PALMERSTONLordVisited Bradford in 1864Intro 4, Page 122, 163, 190-191
PARKINSONRobertChemistPage 229
PARKINSON Tobacco and SnuffPage 228
PATTERSONR.Post BoxPage 155
PAWSONSamuelInn Keeper - Pack HorsePage 165
PEARSONAndrewQuaker Preacher of WibseyPage 56
PEARSONJohnThe Exchange Project Committee 1825Page 121
PEARSONRev. C.J.Incumbent at St.John'sPage 43
PEARSONRobertQuaker circa 1652 birthsPage 52
PEARSONWilliam (& Son)Post BoxPage 155
PECKOVEREdmundBradford Library - First Committee MemberPage 97, 119, 157-158, 202
PECKOVERJosephApril 1822Page 103, 158
PECKOVER & FERRAND Post BoxPage 155
PECKOVERS Page 54
PEELSir Robert Page 168
PEILEBenjaminDyerPage 231
PEMBERTONFrancis Vicar of BradfordIn Haworth in 1692 Vicar of Bradford 1677-1698Page 25, 27, 38
PENNY TailorPage 226
PERKYNElizabetha Page 12
PHELPS ActorPage 136, 147
PHILLIPSMr.Father of Leader of OrchestraPage 141
PHILLIPSMr.Leader of Ochestra - from age of 15Page 141
PHILLIPSProfessorPhilosophical Society - Honorary MemberPage 91
PICKARDBrotherPreacherPage 250
PILCHERRev. RichardMinister at Chapel Lane from 1860Page 51
PITTCharlesActorPage 147
PITTWilliamPoliticianPage 180
PLUMBEJohnOf Tong 1824 Assumed name of and arms of TempestPage 221
PLUMBEMissDaughter of John and mother of Sir Robert Tempest TempestPage 221
PLUMBERichardOne of first 3 pupils at Airedale College - of NottinghamPage 99
POLLARD& Co.Post BoxPage 155
POLLARDGeorgePhilosophical Society - Member of CouncilPage 91
POLLARDJosephLandlord The Boar's HeadPage 174
POLLARDJosh.Inn Keeper - Boar's HeadPage 165
POLLARDJoshuaPatriarch of Scarr HillPage 218
POLLARD Land OwnersPage 8
POLLARD - See Leach, Pollard
POLLARD'S Page 218
POPPLEWELLB.B.Spirit MerchantPage 174
POTTENGERRev. ThomasBaptist Minister of Sion ChapelPage 68
POTTERThomasInstructor at Mechanic's InstitutePage 88, 107
POWELLFrancis Sharpof Horton Old HallPage 217
POWELLMr.Owner of Little Horton Green VillagePage 216
PRESTONBenLiteraturePage 161, 238
PRESTONMiss MaryKirkgate 1778Page 201
PRESTON See 'De Preston'
PRICEMortonTheatrePage 147
PRIESTLEYDr. JosephEminent ScientistPage 90, 95
PRIESTLEYJ.B. Intro 1
PRIESTLEYJohnKnown as Captain PriestleyPage 203
PRIESTLEYJosephBradford Library - First Committee MemberPage 97, 203
PRIESTLEYMr. Page 134
PRIESTLEYMr. of Stott Hill House & Canal Coy.Library paid for booksPage 94
PRIESTLEYTimothyOne of first 3 pupils at Airedale College - of KippingPage 99
PRIESTLEY Friend of Rev. Joseph DawsonPage 50
PRIESTMANJohnPhilosophical SocietyPage 92, 194, 213, 231
PULLANJ.Post Boxpage 155
PULLANMessrsTheatrePage 149
PULLANThomas Page 231
RAIKESRobertOf GloucesterPage 103
RAMSBOTHAMRobertBradford Library - First Committee MemberPage 97
RAMSBOTTOMMr. Page 206
RAMSDENDavid Page 190
RAMSDENHenry & Co.Post BoxPage 155
RAMSDENJohnHaworth 1665Page 201
RAMSDENRev. W.Vicar of Christ Church from 1851 to 1858Page 42
RAMSDENSir JohnKing Charles I ArmyPage 30
RAMSDENThomas TommyBookseller and CharacterPage 248
RANDJohnPhilosophical Society - Member of CouncilPage 71, 91-92, 155, 213
RANDJohnTory politician circa 1831Page 121, 190
RANDJohn, Senr.Bradford Library - First Committee MemberPage 97, 206
RANDW. Page 86
RANDWilliamVice President New Church InstitutionPage 89, 206-207
RAPERJohnInn Keeper - King's ArmsPage 165
RAWSON& CoPost Box (2 entries)Page 155
RAWSONBenjaminLord of the ManorPage 40, 104, 110, 118, 124, 203
RAWSONElizabethLady of the Manor c.1866Page 112, 203
RAWSONJohnDonation to Church - 1530Page 29
RAWSONJohnduring reign of Henry VIIPage 109
RAWSONJohnSolicitorPage 236
RAWSONMaryLady of the Manor circa 1866Page 112
RAWSONMrs. FrancesBradford 1778Page 201
RAWSONWilliamManor Hall - 1705Page 152, 203
RAWSONWm.Shipley 1665Page 201
RAWSON, GEORGE, & WADEMessrs.SollicitorsPage 161
RAWSTHORNEMr. Walkerof Wood and Walker - ArchitectPage 42
RAY Friend of Dr. RichardsonPage 222
RAYMENTRev. Benedict of York Page 45
READBenjaminTinner and BrazierPage 227
REANYMissGeorge HotelPage 171
REEDH.B.PoliticianPage 199
REEVESSimsTenorPage 147
REIDT. WemyssAuthorPage 198
RENDELLJ. RobsonSwedenborgian PastorPage 75
RENNIE Post BoxPage 155
REYNOLDSSir JoshuaArtistPage 241
RHODESCharlesWorkhouse GuardianPage 114, 125, 226
RHODESManoahWatchmaker and SilversmithPage 225
RHODESMissBradford Librarian - Assisstant and Full from 1854Page 96
RHODESTimothyInn Keeper - The ShipPage 165
RICARDIMargareta Widow
RICARDIRobertus Son ofSurname RichardsPage 11
RICARDIWillelmus Son ofSurname RichardsPage 12
RICECharlesTheatrePage 135-137, 139-141, 143, 149
RICEMrs.Dress designer for TheatrePage 149
RICHMr.Tea DealerPage 226
RICHARDSRev. JohnGrammar School MasterPage 81
RICHARDSONDr.Of Bierley Hall born 1663Page 82, 212, 222, 241
RICHARDSONMr. of SouthowramGeological CollectionPage 93, 130
RICHARDSONMr. T.M.ArtistPage 240
RICHARDSONMr. Wm.North Bierly 1665Page 201
RICHMONDRev. LeghAuthor of 'Dairyman's Daughter'Page 33
RICKETTSSir Cornwallisof LeicesterPage 221
RIDEHALGHRichardCommittee Member Church InstitutionPage 89, 161
RIPLEY Sir Henry W.Congregational Sunday SchoolPage 70, 83, 86, 92, 197-198
RIPLEYEdward (& son)Post BoxPage 156
RIPLEYMr.Philosophical Society - Offered large donationPage 93
RISDENJamesLandlord The Boar's HeadPage 174
RISHWORTHThomasThe Exchange Project Committee 1825Page 121
RISHWORTH - See Wentworth
ROBERTIAliciaSurname RobertsPage 12
ROBERTIChristiana Daughter ofSurname RobertsPage 12
ROBERTIJohannesSurname RobertsPage 12
ROBERTSHAWBenjaminInn Keeper - The SunPage 165
ROBERTSONMiss Madge later Mrs KendalActressPage 148-149
ROBINSONMr.Actor and Scene PainterPage 137, 141
ROCKETDudleyBookseller and StationerPage 94
ROCKINGHAM BOB CoachmanPage 175
RODESElisteSister of Priest William RodesPage 29
RODESMatildaSister of Priest William RodesPage 29
RODESWilliamPriest of Bradford - 1401Page 29
ROGERIAlicia WidowSurname - RogersPage 12
ROGERIThomasSurname Rogers MerchantPage 12
ROGERSG. Page 86
ROGERSG.Leeds & West Riding Bank Post Box1Page 156
ROGERSMr.Theatre - Oddfellow - ActorPage 129, 136
ROGERSONMr.Shop KeeperPage 161
ROOKESJohnof Royds HallPage 27
ROOKESWilliamOf Royds Hall near Low Moor died 1651Page 202
ROPER -See Addison & Roper
ROSSA.G.Post BoxPage 155
ROSSEEarl ofPhilosophical Society - PresidentPage 93
ROUGHTONMr.ActorPage 137, 141
ROUSE& SonsPost BoxPage 155
RUBENSTEIN MusicianPage 163
RUSHTONJohnSharp Critic of Joanna SouthcottPage 246-247
RUSHTONMary AnnDaughter of John RushtonPage 247
RUSHTONSarahDaughter of John RushtonPage 247
RUSHWORTHof HortonLance Holder for NorthfopPage 9
RUSHWORTH - See Rishworth
RUSKINJohnCritic - Lectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 27, 87
RUSSELLJohnCongregational Sunday SchoolPage 70, 154
RUSSELLLord JohnPoliticianPage 179
RUSSELLPeterShop in KirkgatePage 225
RYANRt. Rev. Vincent JohnVicar of Bradford 1870-1880Page 37, 38, 42
RYLANDRev.J.H.Minister at Chapel Lane President of Mechanics Inst.Page 51, 88
SACHSAlbertPhotographerPreface
SAFFREYMr. J.Baptist Preacher at Sion ChapelPage 66
SALTDanielPost BoxPage 156, 215
SALTSir TitusCongregational Sunday School, MayorPage 70, 82, 86, 155, 190-194, 198, 207, 215-216
SAMSON See Michaelis & Samson
SAUL Street Preacher - with stentorian lungsPage 249
SAVILEHenryBowling 1665 purchased Bolling Hall in 1649Page 201, 222
SAVILESir William Page 16
SAYERSMr.Post MasterPage 156
SCERLONISAgnes Daughter of Page 12
SCHARPEAlicia Page 12
SCHLESINGERMr.Post BoxPage 155
SCHOFIELDJohnSubscriberPreface
SCHOLESDom WilliamChaplain - 1400'sPage 29
SCHUSTERLeoPost BoxPage 156, 189
SCLATERCelicia Page 12
SCORESBYRev. Dr. WilliamLectured at Mechanics Institute - Vicar of Bradford 1839-1847Page 26, 34-36, 38, 43, 88-89, 91, 104, 106, 167, 239
SCOTTAbrahamClerk at ChurchPage 41
SCOTTJamesHeld Tutorship at Airedale College 1756Page 97-99
SCOTTMrs.Bermondsey HotelPage 174
SCOTTRev. WalterFirst Congregational Minister College ChapelPage 73, 88, 101
SCRATCHER Paid for 4 loads stones 1719/20Page 48
SCRUTONWilliamAuthor of Book Lived 1840-1924Intro 1,2,3,4. Preface to 2nd Edition. Preface
SEDGWICKAmyActressPage 136, 144-146
SEDGWICKMatthewBradford Library - First Committee MemberPage 97
SEDGWICKProfessorPhilosophical Society - Honorary MemberPage 91
SEDGWICKRichardPrinterPage 226, 233
SEEBOHMB & EQuaker LifePage 55
SEEBOHMBenjaminBoard of Mechanic's InstitutePage 71, 85, 155, 213-215
SEEBOHMBenjaminSon of Benjamin and EstherPage 215
SEEBOHMFrederickSon of Benjamin and EstherPage 215
SEEBOHMHenrySon of Benjamin and EstherPage 215
SEEBOHMLudwigFather of BenjaminPage 214
SELBYSamuelPost Boxpage 155
SELWYNW.M.Vice President New Church InstitutionPage 89
SEMONCharlesMayorPage 92
SEWELL WatchmakerPage 226
SHALDERSJosephineActressPage 144
SHARPAbrahamMathematician, Father of JohnPage 24, 47, 49
SHARPAbrahamAstronomerPage 82, 217
SHARPAbrahamSon of John the Parliamentarian mathematicianPage 217
SHARPDr. Page 125
SHARPElizabethdaughter of Thomas circa 1719Page 49
SHARPIsaacSon of John the Royalist. Rebuilt Horton Old HallPage 217
SHARPJohnof Horton Hall married Mary ClarksonPage 24, 47, 209
SHARPJohnArchbishop of YorkPage 82, 217
SHARPJohnParliamentarian in Civil WarPage 217
SHARPJohnRoyalist in Civil War - 2nd cousin to the ParliamentarianPage 217
SHARPMr. Wm.SurgeonPage 91
SHARPSamuelOf Leeds Philosophical Society - LecturerPage 92
SHARPThomasPreacher at Addle - 1692 Nephew of William ClarksonPage 47-49, 208-209
SHARPThomas Pa ge 82
SHARPThomasSon of John the Parliamentarian the DivinePage 217
SHARP of Horton HallPage 31, 47, 49, 121
SHARP See 'Scharpe'
SHARPEC.S.B.Old Hall Horton 1778Page 201
SHAW-LEFEVREG.J.PoliticianPage 199
SHEPHERDAlexanderIllustratorPreface
SHERWOODRev. W.Second inumbent of St.JamesPage 42, 88
SHIELDSThomasFounder of Bradford Daily TelegraphPage 237
SHIRLEYMiss BeatriceActressPage 148
SHOREJ.E.ActorPage 136
SIMRev. DavidSecond Presbyterian MinisterPage 74
SIMEONRev. CharlesVicar of Trinity Church, LeedsPage 24
SIMESFrancisBradford Library - subscriberPage 97, 155
SIMESMrs.BequestPage 124
SIMPSONJohnLet PewsPage 41
SIMPSONJoshuaBell Ringer 1832Page 41
SIMPSON See Brumfit and -
SINDI Owner of Bolling in Domesday BookPage 219
SKELTONColonel Page 207
SKELTONThomasBradford Library - First Committee MemberPage 97
SKERRETMr.TheatrePage 130-131
SKERRETMrs.ActressPage 130-131
SKERRIT ActorPage 171
SLACKRev. SamuelGrammar School MasterPage 81, 82
SLATER - See Sclater
SLOANEEdwardHumouristPage 239
SLOANESir HansFriend of Dr. RichardsonPage 222
SMALLWOODThomasPreacher at Idle - 1692Page 47
SMEDLEYMr.Theatre - ActorPage 128-129
SMITH& Sons (Dyers)Post BoxPage 155
SMITHMr.Baptist Preacher of WainsgatePage 62
SMITHMr. JohnBookseller and congregationalistPage 69, 94, 156, 234
SMITHRev. George VanceMinister at Chapel Lane 1841-1843Page 51
SMITHRev. JohnMinister at Chapel Lane 1783Page 50, 69
SMITHRobertInn Keeper - The SalutationPage 165
SMITHSamuelMayorPage 86, 163, 190
SMITHSamuel Blind SamFormed a company of WaitsPage 250
SMITHT. Page 86
SMITHW. & E.Post BoxPage 155
SMITH Pork ButcherPage 226
SMITH, WILSON& CoPost BoxPage 155
SMITHSONMr.TobacconistPage 225
SMITHSONWilliamApril 1822Page 103
SMYTHFamilyBradford Soke Mill, Heath HallPage 205
SMYTHThomas Page 11
SMYTHSONMontagueActorPage 143-144
SNOWFrancisInn Keeper - Rawson's Arms & Nag's HeadPage 165, 174-175
SOUTHCOTJoanna Page 58
SOUTHCOTTJoannaProphetess Southcottian CultPage 246
SOUTHEY Page 57
SOWDENMr. Page 134
SOWDEN, A.M.JohnIllustratorPreface
SPEIGHTJamesApril 1822 Sunday SchoolmasterPage 104
SPENCER Printer in BroadstonesPage 234
SPRINGTHORPE WaxworksPage 151
SPURGEONRev. C.H.Baptist Minister - 1870'sPage 68
ST.GEORGEJuliaActresspage 136-137, 139
STAMP Author of 'Wesleyan Methodism in Bradford'Page 61, 169
STANFIELDCharlesOf WestgatePage 152, 226, 234
STANFIELDJohn Page 152, 226, 234
STANFIELD, SONS & CO. Printers of WestgatePage 236
STANHOPEJohnEccleshill 1665Page 201
STANLEYDeanLectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 87
STANLEYH.M.African Traveller - Lectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 87
STANSFIELDGeo.The Exchange Project Committee 1825Page 121
STANSFIELDRobertRe conveyance of land for Chapel 1719Page 49
STEADJohnVagrant Committee 1827Page 113
STEADMANRev. WilliamBaptist minister from 1811 and First President of Mechanics Inst.Page 65-66, 71, 84, 101-102, 124, 213, 241
STILLINGFLEETRev. JamesPreacher of Bierley ChapelPage 69
STIRLINGA.W.PoliticianPage 199
STONERRev. DavidMethodist Minister Eastbrook ChapelPage 61
STONEYRev. R.Of Dalton SwedenborgianPage 75
STOREYGeorgeInn Keeper - King's HeadPage 165
STOREYRobertPoetpage 171, 239
STOTTMrs. SusannahEccleshill Hall 1778Page 201
STOYLEMr. J.D.ActorPage 136, 143-144
STRATEBURELLRichardPresbyter of Bradford - 1476Page 38
STRAUSSRev. JosephRabbiPage 76
STURDYJohnFirst Recorded Headmaster Bradford GrammarPage 79
STURGES& Co.Post BoxPage 156
STURGESJohn Page 222
STURGES' Page 218
SUGDENJohnLandlord Three Horse ShoesPage 174
SULLIVANBarryActorPage 149
SUNDERLANDMrs.IllustratorPage 88
SUNDERLANDPeterAllerton-cum-Wilsden 1665Page 201
SUTCLIFFERev. JohnBaptist of OlneyPage 101-102
SUTCLIFFE Weaver, poor and agedPage 244
SWAINEJ.Bradford Library - First Committee MemberPage 97
SWALESRobt.Paid for 11 loads Otley limePage 49
SWEDENBORGBaron Page 58
SWEDENBORGEmmanuel Page 75
SWINBOURNE ActorPage 147
SYKE See 'De Syke'
SYKESColonel WilliamM.P.Page 82
SYKESElizabethQuaker burials registerPage 52
SYKESJohnVicar of Bradford 1752-1784
SYKESMabelQuaker burials registerPage 52
TASKERJonasEccentric VergerPage 166, 247
TAYLORAliceVicar's daughterPage 27
TAYLORChristopherVicar of BradfordPage 27
TAYLORChristopherClerk of Bradford - 1568Page 38
TAYLORJohnVice President New Church InstitutionPage 89, 92, 199
TAYLORJoshuaInn Keeper - Duke of WellingtonPage 165
TAYLORLaurenceClerk of Bradford - 1563Page 38
TAYLORProfessorPhilosophical Society - LecturerPage 92
TAYLORRev. J.Curate of Parish ChurchPage 45
TAYLORRev. ThomasThird Congregational Minister - from 1808 Horton LanePage 70-72, 213, 241
TAYLORThomas RawsonSon of highly esteemed Rev. Thomas Taylor and PoetPage 71, 82, 100, 239
TAYLOR CooperPage 228
TEMPESTAnneDaughter of Sir Richard married John LacyPage 221
TEMPESTBeatriceDaughter of Sir Richard married William Gascoigne and gt.grandmother of Thomas Wentworth, Earl of StraffordPage 221
TEMPESTChristopherSon of Sir RichardPage 221
TEMPESTCol.Of Tong HallPage 111
TEMPESTElizabethDaughter of Sir Richard married Sir Peter FrechvillePage 221
TEMPESTGeorgeSon of Sir RichardPage 221
TEMPESTHenrySon of Sir Richard Settled at TongPage 221-222
TEMPESTJaneDaughter of Sir Richard married Sir Thomas WatertonPage 221
TEMPESTMrs. ArthurOf Coleby Hall, LincolnPreface
TEMPESTNicholasBrother of Richard. Topped at TyburnPage 221
TEMPESTNicholasSon of Sir RichardPage 221
TEMPESTRichardLast Tempest of Bolling Hall - changed sides in Civil WarPage 221-222
TEMPESTRobertSon of Sir RichardPage 221
TEMPESTSir JohnSon of Sir RichardPage 221
TEMPESTSir Richardof Bolling HallPage 24, 219-221
TEMPESTSir Robert Tempest (Tempest)Son of Sir Cornwallis Ricketts of LeicesterPage 221
TEMPESTSir ThomasSon of Sir RichardPage 221
TEMPESTTristramSon of Sir RichardPage 221
TEMPLESir WilliamHistorianPage 7
TETLEYWilliam Page 213
TETLEY Post BoxPage 155
TETLEY - See Tolson & Tetley
TETLEY - See McKean
THACKERAYW.M.Lectured at Mechanics InstitutePage 87
THALBERG MusicianPage 163
THISTLETHWAITE& Co.Post BoxPage 156
THOMPSONBenjaminDirector of Bradford Banking Co.Page 160, 231
THOMPSONCo,. Thomas PerronnetPolitician later GeneralPage 187-188, 190-191, 194, 198-199
THOMPSONGilbertBiographer of Dr.FothergillPage 211
THOMPSONJ.H.Portrait PainterPage 243
THOMPSONJamesPost BoxPage 155
THOMPSONJohnSub-Manager at BankPage 161, 207
THOMPSONL.S. SeniorProprietor of Market Building & TheatrePage 119, 127-128
THOMPSONLysanderActor and son of L.S.Page 127, 129, 136-137, 139-140, 144
THOMPSONMatthew Page 231, 250
THOMPSONMatthew WilliamGifted reredos to the ChurchPage 26, 90, 196-198, 208, 230-231
THORESBY Friend of Dr. RichardsonPage 222
THORNEAlicia Daughter of Page 12
THORNEMr.Strolling PlayerPage 132
THORNEMrs.Strolling PlayerPage 132
THORNEWillelmus, Son ofSutor - ShoemakerPage 11
THORNTONHenryof ClaphamPage 24
THORNTONJohnPost Box Inn Keeper - Cock and BottlePage 155, 165
THORNTONJohnalias Black ToppinPage 111
THORNTONRichardQuaker burials register & Vagrant Committee 1827Page 52, 113, 121
THORNTONWilliamPriest of Bradford - 1440Page 28
THORNTON Land OwnersPage 8
THORPEGeorgeShop in IvegatePage 227
TILLOTSONJohnOf Sowerby Bridge Archbishop of CanterburyPage 209
TOLSONR.Post BoxPage 155
TOLSON & TETLEY Post BoxPage 155
TONGW_E_May 1827Page 111
TOOLEJ.L.ActorPage 149
TOPHAMF.W.Artist Cousin to Henry WilliamPage 243
TOPHAMF.W.W.Artist Son of F.W.TophamPage 243
TOPHAMHenry WilliamEngraverPage 242-243
TOPHAMSamuelEngraver of Leeds Uncle of Henry WilliamPage 242-243
TORDOFFMr.Tea DealerPage 225
TOWNRobertPreacher at Haworth - 1692Page 47
TRANTER Library in IvegatePage 227
TROUTThomasPost MasterPage 152
TROUTTommySon of Thomas, Post Master from 1815Page 152
TURNERC.F.Post Box (2 entries)Page 155
TURNERMr. J. HorsfallAntiquarian of IdlePreface, Page 50, 100
TURNERRev. HenryMinister at Chapel LanePage 51
VANDENHOFMissActressPage 138
VANDENHOFMissActress Dtr of VandenhofPage 147
VANDENHOF ActorPage 136, 138, 146-147
VERITYDorothyQuaker burials register - WibseyPage 52
VINTRev. W.Congregational Minister at IdlePage 99-101
VINT See - Killick, Hutton
VIRRJamesPaid for wallstones from Horton 1719/20Page 49
VIRTUEMr.PublisherPage 242
VON BORRIESJuliaWife of Ludwig SeebohmPage 214
VTTYNGWYFAmicia Page 12
WADDINGTONJamesPoet Ralph GoodwinPage 239
WADEC.D.Hope and AnchorPage 171
WADEJamesTreasurer of Church InstitutionPage89, 155
WADEJamesInn Keeper - New InnPage 165, 170
WADEJosephHope and AnchorPage 171
WADEMrSun HotelPage 170
WADE See Rawson, George
WAGSTAFFJ. ReidSecretary Mechanic's Institute & SolicitorPage 85, 113, 154
WAGSTAFFWilliamInn Keeper - Brown CowPage 165
WAINWRIGHTMr.Instructor at Mechanic's InstitutePage 88
WALDEGRAVEThomasOne of first 3 pupils at Airedale College - of Bury St.EdmundsPage 99
WALESElkanahPreacher at Pudsey - 1692Page 47
WALKERJohanna Page 12
WALKERJoshuaPhysician and ScholarPage 82
WALKERMissBradford Library AssistantPage 96
WALKERRev. SamuelSecond Tutor of Airedale College from 1783Page 99
WALKERRicardus Page 11
WALKERThomasFulloPage 11
WALKER Post BoxPage 155
WALKER - See Mildred, Masterman
WALLACERev. AlexanderFirst Presbyterian Minister Infirmary StreetPage 74
WALLETTQueen's JesterStrolling PlayerPage 132-133
WALMSLEYIsaacBermondsey Hotel and AlbionPage 174
WALMSLEY Boot MakerPage 227
WALSHEdPaid for 3500 short latts 1719/20Page 49
WALTERIAlicia Daughter ofSurname WaltersPage 12
WALTERIMargaretta Daughter ofSurname WilliamsPage 12
WALTONMissActressPage 130
WARDJohnVagrant Committee 1827Page 113
WARDJosephInn Keeper - Bowling GreenPage 165, 167
WARDMessrsDrapersPage 189
WARDMissBaptist of BradfordPage 102
WARDMr.BaptistPage 101
WARDMrs. BettyRan school in Broadstones circa 1719 Letter WriterPage 50, 80
WARDRobertVagrant Committee 1827Page 113
WARDSIllustratorPreface
WARDEMilesDonated towards painting the Rode in the Church 1536Page 29
WARDLAWDr.Author of Systematic TheologyPage 72
WARDMANBenjaminInn Keeper - Boy and BarrelPage 165
WARDMANHenryPrinterPage 234
WATERHOUSEAnnaOf Stott Hill HousePage 203
WATERHOUSEBobBank StreetPage 185
WATERHOUSEGeorgeElizabethanPage 205
WATERHOUSEJonasVicar of BradfordPage 31, 47, 203
WATERHOUSEMr.Landlord of Bull's Head, and later Armstrong's Horton LanePage 243
WATERTONSir Thomasmarried Jane TempestPage 221
WATSONJosephPost MasterPage 156
WATSONMessrsBrown Cow ShopPage 225
WATSONMr. M. Page 83
WAUDC. & Co.Post BoxPage 155
WAUDG. MotleyPoliticianPage 199
WAUGHEdwinLiteraturePreface, Page 161, 238
WEBBESTERJohnPresbyter of Bradford - 1476Page 38
WEBSTERAdam Page 12
WEBSTERJohanna Page 11
WEDDALLJohnof BradfordPage 27
WELLSWilliamPost BoxPage 155
WENTWORTH & Co.Page 160
WENTWORTH, RISHWORTH & CHALONER'S Wakefield Bank - Branch in BradfordPage 159
WESLEYJohn Page 32, 47, 57-60, 64, 69, 76, 94, 97, 168, 176, 249
WESTONWm.Presbyter of Bradford - 1541Page 38
WHARTON& Co.Post BoxPage 155
WHEELEREstherDaughter of Joshua of Hitchen. Married Benjamin SeebohmPage 214-215
WHEELERFidelitySister of EstherPage 214
WHEELERJoshuaOf Hitchen, Gt.Grandson of Joshua Wheeler - prisoner with John BunyanPage 214
WHEELERSarahMarried Isaac Robson of Huddersfield. Sister of EstherPage 214
WHEELERMarySister of Esther, married James EllisPage 214
WHITAKER& Co.Post BoxPage 155
WHITAKERDr.HistorianPage 2,6,9, 201
WHITAKERElizabethMarried Benjamin ThompsonPage 231
WHITAKERJohnFirst Librarian in BradfordPage 95
WHITAKERRichardIn Army at CorunnaPage 231
WHITAKERWilliamFather of ElizabethPage 231
WHITFIELDGeorgeBaptist PreacherPage 64
WHITFIELD Wesleyan PreacherPage 58-59, 69, 97, 168
WHITLAMGeorgeFather of CarolinePage 215
WHITLAMMiss Carolinemarried Titus SaltPage 215
WHITWORTHMrSun HotelPage 170
WIBERMissActressPage 148
WICKHAMColonel of Cottingley Page 189
WICKHAMHenry W.Politician aka Henry HirdPage 187, 189-191, 193-194, 196, 198, 207
WICKHAML.W. Page 207
WILBERFORCEWilliamPoliticianPage 186-188, 198
WILCOCK See Milnes & Wilcock
WILDJemmyPerformer - conjurer, acrobatPage 128, 132
WILDMrs.circa 1841Page 135
WILDEMr.co-lessee of Theatre RoyalePage 148-149
WILDMANAbrahamPoetPage 239
WILDONRobert CarrickTailor Poet of TongPage 239
WILKESJohn Page 179
WILKINSONBenjaminVagrant Committee 1827Page 113
WILKINSONMr. JohnManningham 1665Page 201
WILLELMIAlicia Daughter ofSurname WilliamsPage 12
WILLELMIRobertus Son ofSurname WilliamsPage 12
WILLELMIThomasSurname WilliamsPage 12
WILLELMIWillelmusSurname WilliamsPage 11
WILLETTThomas & Co.Post BoxPage 155
WILLETT, OXLEY& Co.Post BoxPage 155
WILLEYMr.WarehousePage 136
WILLIAM Chief Parish clerk - 1400'sPage 29
WILLISRev. H. De L.Incumbent of St.John'sPage 43
WILMANMrSun HotelPage 170
WILSDEN See 'De Wilsden'
WILSONElizabethInn Keeper - Shoulder of MuttonPage 165
WILSONMr.SilversmithPage 225
WILSONRichard FountayneGiftPage 124
WILSONRobertPaid for work at Hooley 1719/20Page 48
WILSONWilliamQuakerPage 212-213
WILSON See Maud & Wilson
WILSON- See Smith & Wilson
WILSONS Page 54
WILTONJohnClothes brokerPage 226
WINN or WYNNJohnQuaker circa 1672 Clothier of BradfordPage 53
WOLSEY June 1513Page 220
WOODArthurActorPage 148
WOODFrancis Lindleydescendant of William LindleyPage 222
WOODGeorgeVice President New Church InstitutionPage 89
WOODJamesSupplied Bell RopePage 41
WOODJohnGifted St.James Church - Firm of Wood and WalkerPage 42, 160, 207, 217-218
WOODJohnSchoolmasterPage 235
WOODJohn jnr.The Exchange Project Committee 1825Page 121
WOODRebeccaInn Keeper - The TalbotPage 166
WOODRev. BenjaminPastor at Tetley Street 1800'sPage 68
WOODThomasLibrary paid for booksPage 94
WOODWilliamDirector of Bradford Banking Co.Page 160
WOOD Post BoxPage 155
WOOD'S Page 218
WOOLGARMissActressPage 137
WOOLGARMr.ActorPage 137
WOOLMERJohnOwner of Bowling Green HotelPage 167
WRIGHTDr.Library paid for booksPage 94
WRIGHTIsaacPost BoxPage 155
WRIGHTJohnInn Keeper - Dog and ShovelPage 165, 167
WRIGHTMatthewGifted Land to Quakers Clothier of BradfordPage 52-53
WRIGHTThomasof Birkenshaw Author and Antiquary born 1736Page 50, 80, 161, 167
WROEJohn ProphetEccentric. Many prophecies fulfilledPage 58, 244-246
WYKEHAMBishopOf Winchester 14th Century Antecedent of H W WickhamPage 189
WYNN See Winn
WYRILLMr.IronmongerPage 225
WYRILLThomasCongregational Sunday SchoolPage 70, 85
YEWDALLS Of Eccleshill and IdlePage 54
YEWDELLZacariahQuaker burials registerPage 52

Transcribed from
Pen and Pencil Pictures of Old Bradford,
by William Scruton (1840-1924).
First published 1890.
New edition (1985), ISBN.0-904293-13-0.

Indexed by
Malcolm Hutton ©2001