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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for RIPLEY in Pigot's Directory of 1834.

Post:

  • Post Office, Ripley, Thomas Fisher, Post master,

Gentry & Clergy,

  • Blackett Mr. Francis (steward to Sir W.A. Ingilby, bart) Ripley
  • Ingilby Sir William Amcotts, bart. M.P. Ripley castle
  • Powell Rev. William Howell (curate) Ripley
  • Rawson Benjamin, esq. Nidd Hall
  • Shand Rev. Timothy, Hampsthwaite
  • Strother Mr. Richard, Killinghall
  • Thompson Mr. Henderwell (surgeon) Killinghall
  • Williamson John, esq. Hollin house
  • Wislon Mr. Josephus Bilton, Hampsthwaite

Schools,

  • Free Grammar School, Ripley --- Thomas Heslop, master
  • Kay Edward, Killinghall

Blacksmiths,

  • Atkinson Thomas, Killinghall
  • Carrington James, Hampsthwaite
  • Dunderdale David, Hampsthwaite
  • Hawkswell John, Killinghall
  • Walker Mary, Ripley

Boot & Shoe Makers,

  • Bramley William, Killinghall
  • Harper Bartholomew, Killinghall
  • Harper William, Killinghall
  • Needsworth John, Hampsthwaite
  • Shephard James, Killinghall
  • Thorpe William, Ripley
  • Wimbles William, Killinghall

Butchers,

  • Foster Robert, Ripley
  • Greenhow Charles, Killinghall
  • Ingle Thomas, Ripley

Grocers & Dealers in Sundries,

  • Fisher Thomas (& draper) Ripley
  • Gill John, Hampsthwaite
  • Johnson John, Killinghall
  • Patton Richard (& draper) Killinghall
  • Smith Isabella, Hampsthwaite
  • Wardman James, Killinghall

Inns & Public Houses,

  • Boar's Head, Mary Taylor, Ripley
  • George, Alexander Mabon, Killinghall
  • Greyhound, Stephen Broadbelt, Ripley
  • Joiners' Arms, Joseph Rhodes, Hampsthwaite
  • Lamb, Ann Haxby, Hampsthwaite
  • Star Inn (& excise office) George Wood, Ripley
  • Three Horse Shoes, John Hannam, Killinghall

Joiners & Cabinet Makers,

  • Carvely William, Hampsthwaite
  • Farnell Mark, Ripley
  • Mason Thomas, Ripley

Millers,

  • Broadbelt Joseph (& corn dealer) Killinghall
  • Croft William, Killinghall
  • Hardcastle Henry, Knox mill, Killinghall
  • Trees John, Scarah mill

Saddlers,

  • Fletcher Thomas, Ripley
  • Mosey Robert, Ripley

Tailors,

  • Barker William, Hampsthwaite
  • Brown John, Killinghall
  • Farnell John (& draper) Killinghall
  • Mawson George, Hampsthwaite
  • Pratt John, Hampsthwaite
  • Smith Duke, Hampsthwaite
  • Smith John, Ripley
  • Tindale William, Ripley

Wheelwrights,

  • Atkinson James, Hampsthwaite
  • Dalby John, Hampsthwaite
  • Graham John, Killinghall
  • Graham Robert, Killinghall
  • Richardson William, Killinghall
  • Topham George, Ripley
  • Topham William, Killinghall

Miscellaneous,

  • Benson Thomas, stone mason, Ripley
  • Norfolk Cornelius, plumber & glazier, Killinghall
  • Stocks Thomas, currier, Killinghall
  • Wood George, maltster, Ripley

Carriers,

  • To all parts of the North & South, --- Pickersgill's and Edward Pearson's Waggons pass through three times a week

Transcribed by Steve Garton. ©2000