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

Nobility, Gentry and Clergy,

  • Butler Mrs. Esther, Harewood
  • Hale Rev. Richard, Harewood
  • Harewood the Earl of, Harewood house
  • Lascelles Hon. William Sebright, M.P. Harewood house
  • Morgan Rev. Theophilus, Harewood
  • Outhwaite Robert, gent. Harewood
  • Ridley Rev. Richard, Arthington hall

Academies and Schools,

  • Barnett Mary (day)
  • Free School, James & Elizabeth Brooke, teachers
  • Rose Elizabeth (day)

Professional Persons,

  • Gibbs Francis, surgeon
  • Menzies Robert, land steward to the Earl of Harewood

Inns,

  • Harewood Arms (posting house & excise office) Francis Sturdy
  • Ship, Anthony Scott, Bridge

Shopkeepers & Traders,

  • Barrett Stephen, butcher
  • Booth John, wheelwright
  • Bucktrout John, saddler
  • Bucktrout William, saddler
  • Burgess Thomas, painter & glazier
  • Chapman Robert, gardener
  • Cowper Jonathan, grocer & tallow chandler
  • Eastburn James, boot & shoe maker
  • Ellison Elizabeth, straw hat maker
  • Franckland Richard, excise officer
  • Garland Thomas, tailor
  • Harrison Jonathan, cooper, constable and overseer
  • Hodgson Jonathan, bailiff & surveyor of the highways
  • Ingham John, tea dealer
  • Labron Richard, boot & shoe maker
  • Lawrence Peter, tailor
  • Leyland Christopher, corn factor
  • Muschamp John, stone mason
  • Muschamp Mary, grocer & druggist
  • Nicholson James, painter
  • Nicholson Samuel, blacksmith
  • Nicholson Thomas, blacksmith
  • Norfolk Ann, corn miller
  • Robinson John, wheelwright
  • Smith Francis, tailor
  • Snow Elizabeth, dress maker
  • Snow Thomas, linen draper
  • Stead Richard, boot & shoe maker
  • Tippets Mary, shopkeeper
  • Wade Thomas, carpenter & joiner
  • Webb Joseph, nurseryman
  • Webster Sarah, shopkeeper
  • Wood John, carpenter & joiner

Coaches,

  • All call at the Harewood Arms Inn.
  • To London, the Royal Mail (from Glasgow and Edinburgh) every morning at a quarter past seven; goes through Leeds, &c.
  • To Glasgow and Edinburgh, the Royal Mail (from London) every evening at a quarter past six; goes through Harrogate, Ripon, Carlisle, &c.
  • To Leeds, the Pilot (from Newcastle) every evening at half-past five-the Telegraph, every evening at seven-and the Union (from Ripon) every morning at half past eight.
  • To Newcastle, the Pilot (from Leeds) every morning at a quarter before seven; goes through Harrogate, Knaresborough, Boroughbridge, Thirsk, Yarm, Stockton & Sunderland-and the Telegraph, every morning at half-past six; goes through Harrogate, Northallerton, Darlington and Durham.
  • To Ripon, the Union (from Leeds) every afternoon at half-past two; goes thro' Knaresborough & Harrogate.

Carriers,

  • To Leeds, Arthur Smithson, from his house, every morning.
  • To Skipton, Richard Wingate, from the Harewood Arms, every Thursday-and to York, every Tuesday.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003