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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for GISBURN in Pigot's Directory of 1829.

Post Office,

  • Edward Watson, Post Master.
  • A foot post is despatched to Skipton every day at twelve, and arrives therefrom every morning at nine.

Nobility, Gentry and Clergy,

  • Hodgson William, gent. (atty.) Gisburn
  • Jones Rev. Richard, Gisburn
  • Ribblesdale Lord, Gisburn park
  • Tunstall William, gent. (surgeon.) Gisburn

Inns & Public Houses,

  • New Inn, Joseph Nightingale
  • Old George (and excise office and posting house) John Cock
  • Wheat Sheaf, Edward Watson

Shopkeepers & Traders,

  • Atkinson Thomas, tailor
  • Cooper John, shuttle maker
  • Dobson William, shoe maker
  • Dugdale Thomas, shoe maker
  • Hartley Thomas, clerk
  • Leach Henry, school master
  • Lumb Richard, shoe maker
  • Parker Thomas, shopkeeper
  • Parkinson Peter, butcher
  • Riley John, tailor
  • Riley Matthew, tailor
  • Taylor John, clogger
  • Thornber John, tailor
  • Townson John, shoe maker
  • Tunstall William, spirit dealer
  • Varley William, shopkeeper
  • Watson James, plumber, painter, and glazier
  • Watson James, shopkeeper
  • Watson John, butcher
  • Wilkinson Thomas, blacksmith
  • Wilson & Brothers, blacksmiths

Coaches,

  • To Manchester, the Defiance (from Settle) calls at the Old George,-every Monday afternoon at one, and every Thursday & Saturday mornings at eight goes through Burley and Bury- Latitat, calls at the New Inn, every Monday afternoon at one, and every Thursday & Saturday mornings at eight.
  • To Settle, the Defiance (from Manchester) calls at the Old George, every Friday and Sunday afternoons at six, and Wednesday evening at nine-and the Latitat, calls at the New Inn, at the same time as the above.

Carriers,

  • To Manchester, Thomas Laycock, from his house, every Monday;
  • To Skipton, Thomas Laycock, from his house, every Tuesday, Thurs. & Sat.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003