Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades for RATHMELL in Baines's Directory and Gazetteer Directory of 1822.
Brown Ralph Horner, Esq.
Miscellany of trades
Brown Anthony, grocer & tea dealer
Coates Christopher, corn miller
Geldard John Esq. Capple Side
Newhouse John, wheelwright
Proctor Samuel, blacksmith
Thomlinson Wm. schoolmaster
Wolfenden Geo. vict. Cross Keys
Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades for SETTLE in Baines's Directory and Gazetteer Directory of 1822.
Letters from the South arrive at 8 morn, ar. desp. at 12 at noon. From the North arr. at 6 evn. are desp. at 9 morn.
Miscellany of trades
Armistead Ann, grocer & flour dealer
Armistead Richard, grocer & flour dlr.
Atkinson Robert, vict. Spread Eagle
Baldwin John, nail maker
Bilton William, saddler
Birkbeck J. Esq. banker, Anley house
Birkbeck William, agent to Phoenix Fire & Life Insurance
Birkbeck, Alcock, Peart, and Moffat, bankers, draw on Barnard, Dimsdale, & Dimsdale, London
Bowskill John, vict. White Horse
Bowskill Wm. black & whitesmith
Bradley Mrs. Mary, gentlewoman
Brinnand Thomas, cotton spinner
Bristow Rev. T. S.
Broader Joseph, schoolmaster
Broughton Robert, cooper
Brown John, bookbinder
Brown Robert, tailor
Buchanan Eliza, gentlewoman
Calvert William, butcher
Carr Richard & William, solicitors
Carr Roger, butcher
Carr Thomas, butcher
Clayton Wm. & Sons, cotton spinners
Clough John, boot and shoe maker
Clough Thomas, boot and shoe maker
Constantine Mary, dress maker
Cork Wm. hair dresser & tea dealer
Cragg Miss Eliz. ladies boarding school
Dawson Rev. Richard, rector of Bolton
Dodds Thomas, earthenware dealer
Duckett Charles, boot and shoe maker
Ellis Thomas, painter & grocer
Ellison James, flour dealer
Foster Ann & Nanny, gentlewomen
Gifford William, butcher
Hallpike Ann, tea dealer
Hallpike Vincent, cabinet maker
Hardacre Eliz. grocer and draper
Harger Eli. vict. Naked Man
Harger Joseph, vict. Royal Oak
Harger Rd. grocer & earthenware dlr.
Harger Robert, joiner & cabinet mkr.
Hargrave John. butcher
Hargrave Thos. clock & watch maker
Hargrave Wm. grocer, and butcher
Harling Wm. wheelwright
Hartley J. & W. solicitors & agents to the Norwich Union Co.
Hartley Robert victualler, Golden Lion, (post chaise)
Holgate Wm. gentleman
Horner Ann, linen draper & milliner
Horner Elizabeth, gentlewoman
Howson Wm. spirit merchant
Hutchinson John tailor
Kendall Ann, milliner & dress maker
Lancaster Robert, ironmonger
Lee Thomas, blacksmith
Leeming Rd. solicitor, agt. to the County Fire & Provident Life Office
Marsden Richard, butcher
Marsden Wm. saddler & harness mkr.
Maudsley Richard, tanner
Measing Wm. corn miller
Moffat John, Esq. banker
Moorhouse Mary, vict. New Inn
Morphet Stephen, joiner & carpenter
Morphet Susannah, grocer
Oldfield Mary, vict. Talbot
Parkinson Edward, boot & shoe mkr.
Parkinson Edward, clock & watch mkr.
Peart John, Esq. banker
Picard Mary, gentlewoman
Pim Thomas, Swaw Beck
Prest John, grocer, draper & shoe dlr.
Preston Eliz. linen draper & tea dlr.
Preston Ellen linen draper & milliner
Preston Ellison boot & shoe maker
Preston Jane, gentlewoman
Preston Richard, tallow chandler
Procktor Jas. & Son, cotton spinners
Ralph John, whitesmith
Ramsey Joseph, spirit merchant
Read John, clog & patten maker
Redmayne Chr. furnishing ironmonger
Redmayne, G. & ft. mercers & drapers
Redshaw Wm., currier, leather seller
Richardson Ann, gentlewoman
Robinson Robert, tailor
Robinson Thomas, surgeon
Robinson Wm. solicitor
Rogers James, surgeon
Scott Robert, wholesale grocer, &c.
Silverwood James, plumber & glazier
Skirrow Peter, tallow chandler
Snell Henry, tailor
Stackhouse Anthony, gentleman
Sutcliffe Wm. physician
Sutton Robert, millwright
Tatham John & Son, druggists, linen drapers, and importers
Taylor John, painter & plasterer
Thornber John, auctioneer
Town Wm. gentleman
Turner Wm. hat manufacturer
Waddington John, blacksmith
Waddington John, rope maker
Walker Wm. bookbinder & printer
Whaley A. linen & woollen draper
Whittam Matthew, tanner
Wildman Miss Mary, gentlewoman
Wildman Matthias, boot & shoe mkr.
Wildman Wm. vict. Joiner's Arms
Wilkinson Geo. joiner & cabinet mkr.
Wilman John, tea dealer
ROYAL UNION POST COACH to Leeds at 12 at noon, to Kendal at 5 evg.
Gill's waggons (from the Joiner's Arms) to Pateley-Bridge & Grassington, every Wednesday morng.
Jackson & Co.'s waggons (from the Royal Oak) to Leeds, London, & the intermediate places, every Wednesday morning. To Kendall every Sunday evening.
John Dowker from Wilson's warehouse, to Kendall, twice per week
John Wilson, to Leeds every Sun. and Wed. evenings at 9. To Skipton every Mon. Wed, and Sat, morn. To Halifax every Sunday night to the Leeds and Liverpool Canal warehouse Gargrave, every morn. To Guisbro' every Thu. morning. To Lancaster every Monday and Thursday evenings.
Marsden's waggons (from the Royal Oak) to Hawes, every Monday morning. To Clitheroe every Wednesday morning.
Sedgwick's waggons (from the Naked Man) to Lancaster every Monday and Thursday evenings.
Thornber's waggons to Colne from the Royal Oak) every Saturday morn.
Wilman's carts (from the joiner's Arms) to Guisbro' every Thursday morn.
Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades for STAINFORTH in Baines's Directory and Gazetteer Directory of 1822.