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

Post,

  • Post Master Thomas Arnall, Ferrybridge.

DIRECTORY.

Miscellany of trades

  • Aislabee John, shoe maker
  • Alderson George, vict. Angel Inn, (post chaise)
  • Bailey John, schoolmaster
  • Barker James, constable & collector of poor rate
  • Barrick Thomas, wheelwright and house carpenter
  • Barrowclough Alfred, toll keeper, Ferrybridge bar
  • Barwick Richard willow merchant
  • Bennet John, tailor, draper, hat dlr.
  • Bradford Joseph, hair dresser, &c.
  • Bradford Thomas, hair dresser, &c.
  • Carter Robert, gentleman
  • Carter William, grocer, tea dealer & seedsman
  • Champion John, gentleman
  • Clayton Joseph, master mariner
  • Clayton Richard, master mariner
  • Eyre Mrs. Ann, gentlewoman
  • Hall John, coach proprietor
  • Hardcastle John, tailor, draper and hat dealer
  • Hardy John, mason, bricklayer, builder, vagrant contractor
  • Hinchliffe John, linen and woollen draper and hosier
  • Holmes Lawrence, saddler, &c.
  • Hunter James, inspector of taxes
  • Jacobs George Lewis, stocking mfr.
  • Jenkinson John, house & sign painter
  • Jenkinson John, postman
  • Kipling Robert, gentleman
  • Laidman John, vict. Three horse shoes
  • Langhorn Jas. butcher & cattle dlr.
  • Lee Thomas, boot & shoe maker
  • Miller Jas. eating house & flour dlr.
  • Myers Benjamin, wharfinger
  • Pattison John, white & blacksmith
  • Pease Wm. saddler & harness maker
  • Prince James, grocer & flour dealer
  • Rayner William, cabinet maker, house carpenter, wheelwright & timber merchant
  • Robinson John, willow merchant
  • Rusby Samuel, victualler, Grey hound Inn, (post chaise)
  • Shenkin John, gentleman
  • Sutcliffe Edward, tailor
  • Thorp Daniel, grocer & flour dealer
  • Thwaite Samuel, victualler, Swan Inn, (post chaise)
  • Turner John, victualler, Golden Lion, (coach office)

Coaches,

  • HIGH FLYER post coach, 4 insides, arrives from York for London at Ferrybridge, at 12 morning, returns 1 afternoon.
  • LORD NELSON post coach, to Carlisle, every Mon. Wed. & Fri. afternoon at 2 o'clock.
  • Lord NELSON post coach 6 inside arrives from York for London at Ferrybridge, at 12 morning, returns 1 afternoon.
  • Lord NELSON post coach, 6 inside, from Carlisle every Tu. Thurs. & Saturday mornings at 6 o'clock.
  • ROCKINGHAM post coach, 4 insides arrives from Leeds for London at Ferrybridge, at ½ past 9 morning.
  • ROYAL UNION post coach, 4 inside arrives from Leeds for London at Ferrybridge at 2 afternoon, returns 8 morning.
  • ROYAL UNION post coach, arrives from Wakefield for Selby at Ferrybridge, at ½ past 7 morn, and meets the Steam Packets at Selby.
  • WELLINGTON post coach, 6 insides, arrives from York for London at Ferrybridge, at 3 morning, returns ½ past 5 evening.

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

Gentry &c.:

  • Milnes Mrs. Fryston hall
  • Richardson Rev. James, incumbent

Miscellany of trades

  • Fleeming Brook, lime merchant

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003