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

Post,

  • Thomas Fisher, Post Master.
  • Letters by way of Harrogate arrive daily in summer at 8 mg. in winter at 9 mg. are sent off at 4 aft. always.

DIRECTORY.

Miscellany of trades

  • Broadbelt S. butcher & churchwarden
  • Cooper Francis, farmer
  • Fisher Thomas, grocer and draper
  • Fletcher Thomas, saddler
  • Foster Robert, butcher and farmer
  • Hodgson Saml. master of the free school
  • Holliwell Rev. Geo. rector of Irby
  • Ingilby Sir William, Ripley castle
  • Jameson James, gardener
  • Mills Eleanor, vict. George Inn, (excise office) post chaise
  • Powell Rev. H. W. curate, and head master of the free school
  • Scruton John, vict. Hare & Hounds
  • Tateson Bigland, farmer
  • Taylor Mary, vict. Boar's Head
  • Thorp Wm. shoe maker, collector of rates, and chief constable
  • Tinsdal William, tailor & habit maker
  • Topham George, wheelwright
  • Walker John, blacksmith
  • Wood Geo. vict. Star Inn, (post chaise)

Coaches,
From the George Inn,

  • The TALLY-HO, every morning to Leeds at half past 6, to Ripon at half past 4 in the afternoon.
  • The TELEGRAPH, every morning at half past 8 to Ripon, and half past 4 in the afternoon to Leeds.
From the Boar's Head,
  • The UNION, to Leeds every morning at 20 minutes before 7, to Ripon at half past 5 afternoon.

Land Carriage.

  • Leeming lane, J. Pickersgill and Co. Tu. & Thu. from the George Inn
  • Leeming lane, J. Pickersgill and Co. Wednesday and Friday from the Boar's Head
  • Ripon, Margaret Wood, Mon. & Sat. from the George Inn
  • Ripon, Masham, Richmond, &c. every Tu. & Fri. To Leeds every Mon. and Thursday.

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

Miscellany of trades

  • Broadbelt John, vict. George Inn
  • Broadbelt Joseph, corn factor
  • Craven Thomas, gentleman
  • Croft Wm. corn merchant and miller
  • Dearlove Joseph, gentleman
  • Furnell John, tailor and draper
  • Hannam John, vict. and blacksmith, Three Horse Shoes
  • Hardcastle Henry, coal merchant and miller, Knox mill
  • Jeffrey William, flax dresser
  • Lupton James, cabinet maker
  • Norfolk Cornelius, plumber & glazier
  • Robinson Henry
  • Stead John
  • Stocks Thomas, carrier
  • Strother Richard, gentleman
  • Thorp Henry, shoemaker & grocer
  • Topham William, carpenter
  • Williamson John, gentleman

carriers

  • John Dodsworth & Francis Wardman, to Leeds Tu. & Fri.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003