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

Post Office,

  • Market-place, Anne Lodge Post Mistress.
  • Letters for the South are despatched every morning at quarter past five, and arrive every evening at nine minutes past eight.
  • Letters for the North are despatched every afternoon at a quarter past one and arrive every morning at a quarter past five.

Nobility, Gentry and Clergy,

  • Batty Mrs. North street
  • Clough Mrs. Market place
  • Coates Mrs. George, Market place
  • Collings Thomas, esq. Kirkgate
  • Dalton Capt. Jonathan, Sleningford grange
  • Dalton Col. Jonathan, Sleningford park
  • Darnbrough Mrs. Ann, Kirkgate
  • Dawson Anthony, esq. Coltsgate hill
  • Dickins Tomyns Scott, gent. Kirkgate
  • Elliott Captain, John, Harrogate road
  • Elliott Captain, R.N. Elliott house
  • Featherston Mrs. Jane, St. Agnes gate
  • Gossip William, gent. North st
  • Graham Sir Bellingham, bart. Norton Conyers
  • Grantham Right Hon. Lord, Newby hall
  • Grantley Hon. Lord, Grantley hall
  • Harrison Mrs. Bondgate
  • Harrison Mrs. Cath. Market place
  • Harrison Mrs. Elizabeth, Park street
  • Harrison John, esq. Bell wood
  • Henry Nicholas, gent. Park street
  • Hill John, esq. Ripon villa
  • Hodgson Miss, Market place
  • Hodson Charles. esq. Stainley hall
  • Holliday Miss Ann, West cottage
  • Hudson Joshua, esq. Park street
  • Hugessen William Hugessen, esq Bondgate
  • Hutchinson George, esq. Tanfield hall
  • Ingram James, gent. Harrogate road
  • Jameson Rev. Joseph, Low Skelgate
  • Kilvington Rev. Edward, High street
  • Knowles G. esq. Lucan house
  • Lacey Richard, esq. Cayton hall
  • Lawrence Mrs. Studley Royal
  • Lucas Mrs. Harriet, West house
  • Mason Thomas, esq. Copt Hewick
  • Mitchell Mrs. Elizabeth, Fishergate
  • Place Miss Maria, Pottery
  • Poole Rev. Robert, jun. Kirkgate
  • Poole Rev. Robert, sen. Low Skelgate
  • Sargeantson Col. Lamp hill
  • Simpson Capt. John, Hob green
  • Staveley J. R. esq. Old Sleningford
  • Stevenson Mrs. Margaret, Kirkgate
  • Sykes Rev. Robert, Market place
  • Taylor Mrs. Elizabeth, Park street
  • Wadlove Rev. William, Thoop lodge
  • Watson Mrs. Matthew, Bondgate
  • Williamson Mrs. Elizabeth, North street
  • Wood Henry Richard, esq. Hollin hall
  • Yates Christopher, esq. Harrogate road

Academies & Schools,
Not otherwise described are Day Schools.

  • Appleby Misses Ann & Catharine (ladies' boarding) Park street
  • Binns Joseph, Queen street
  • Blue Coat School, Water Skelgate-John Smith, master
  • Charnock Rev. James (gentlemen's boarding) Bishopton close
  • Dennis Susannah, North street
  • Foxton Robert, North street
  • Grammar School, High street, Agnes gate-Rev. William Plues, master
  • Green Rev. (gentlemen's boarding) Bishopton grove
  • National School (boys') Bondgate-John Lecherby, master
  • National School (girl's) Low street, Agnes green, Mary Price, mistress
  • Poole Rev. Robert, jun. (boarding) Kirkgate
  • Robinson John, Kirkgate
  • Smith Ellen and Maria, Low street
  • Terry George, Skelgarth

Agents,

  • Bell William, (to the subscription coal yard) Bondgate green
  • Humphries John (land) Park street
  • Morton William, (to Mis. Lawrence) Park street

Attorneys,

  • Buck James Penn, North street
  • Cartman John, Kirkgate
  • Coates & Rhodes, Market place
  • Darnbrough Thomas, Horse fair
  • Darnbrough Thomas, North street
  • Fermery Thomas, Kirkgate
  • Howard John, Low Skelgate
  • Morley Richard, Westgate
  • Nicholson Richard (and town clerk) Market place
  • Robinson Robert, Beddern bank
  • Shields John, Kirkgate
  • Wyche Thomas, Low Skelgate

Bakers & Flour Dealers,

  • Bellamy William, Kirkgate
  • Leeming Martin, Allhallow gate
  • Palliser James, High Skelgate
  • Peacock William, Old Market place

Bankers,

  • Coates John, Market place--(draw on Sir James Esdaile & Co. London)
  • Farrer Williamson and Co. (New Bank) Kirkgate-(draw on Spooner, Attwoods & Co. London)
  • Harrison, Terrys and Harrison, (Old Bank) Market place-(draw on Willis, Percival & Co. London)
  • Savings' Bank, Finkle st-John Lechonby, clerk-(open every Thursday from twelve to one)

Blacksmiths,

  • Banks Thomas, Coltsgate street
  • Grayson Edward, Bondgate
  • Grayson Joseph, Bondgate
  • Souler John, King street
  • Sterry Jonah, Allhallows gate
  • Thompson George, North street

Booksellers, Stationers and Printers,

  • Langdale Thomas (& bookbinder & distributer of stamps) Market place
  • Procter Thomas, Market place
  • Thirlway Henry, (& bookbinder) Market place

Boot & Shoe Makers,

  • Beckwith Edward, Beddern bank
  • Davey William, Middle street
  • Fairbourn Thomas, North street
  • Fletcher John, North street
  • Gowing Webster, King street
  • Jones Christopher Bell, Westgate
  • Lambert John, Kirkgate
  • Lowley Miles, Stone bridge gate
  • Metcalf John, Allhallow gate
  • Nelson Lawrence, Water Skelgate
  • Orton Christopher, North street
  • Theakston William Matthias, Kirkgate
  • Webster John, Low Skelgate

Braziers & Tinmen,

  • Cartman James, Kirkgate
  • Dove George, (& ironmonger) North street
  • Lacon Walter, High Skelgate
  • Sparrow James, Blossom gate
  • Thompson William, Middle street

Brewers,

  • Britain James, High Skelgate
  • Lumley Richard. Bondgate

Builders & Brick Makers,

  • Bell Robert, Pottery
  • Chapman Henry North street
  • Charge Robert, Pottery
  • Foxton James, Littlethorpe
  • Parkin Bartholomew, Low Skelgate
  • Shepherd Richard, Kirkgate
  • Wilson John, King street

Butchers,

  • Appleton Thomas, Kirkgate
  • Delicate Dorothy, Westgate
  • Hawksby William, Fishergate
  • Pybus Christopher, High Skelgate
  • Saver James, Westgate
  • Scott Christopher, Old Market place
  • Shields Francis, High Skelgate

China, Glass & Earthenware Dealers,

  • Bussey George, Old Market place
  • Gadsby John, Market place
  • Lowley Miles, High Skelgate

Chymists & Druggists,

  • Anderson John, Kirkgate
  • Brown Ellen, Westgate
  • Greaves Richard, Market place
  • Judson Thomas, Market place

Coach Makers,

  • Hindle Martin, Blossom gate
  • Williamson Robert & Co. Kirkgate

Coal Merchants,

  • Bardy Elizabeth, Bondgate green
  • Dixon John, Bondgate green
  • Gough James, Bondgate green
  • Green Thomas, Bondgate green
  • Kearsley George, Bondgate green
  • Peacock George, Bondgate green
  • Snowden George, Bondgate green

Confectioners,

  • Rumfitt Thomas, Kirkgate
  • Scoop William, Westgate
  • Trees John, Kirkgate
  • Watson Margaret, Kirkgate
  • Weatherhill Mary, Blossom gate

Corn Millers,

  • Gatenby Robert, Duckhill Mill
  • Gatenby William, Stone bridge gate
  • Johnson Christopher (and oil miller & bone merchant) Low Mills
  • Padget William, King street
  • Peacock William, Fountain Mill
  • Simpson John, High Mills

Curriers and Leather Dressers,

  • Bishop John, North street
  • Fourness John, Westgate
  • Fulford Thomas, Allhallow gate
  • Morrel George, North street
  • Pearson William, Queen street

Fire, &c. Office Agents,

  • Atlas, Ralph Heslop, Park street
  • County, Francis Barugh, Market place
  • Guardian, Francis Parker, North street
  • Pelican & Phoenix, Jonathan Britain, Market place
  • Sun, Christopher Horn, Market place
  • Union, Thomas Langdale, Market place
  • Yorkshire, Christopher Nelson, Market place

Fishing-Tackle Makers,

  • Bowyers James, North street
  • Stubbs John (& naturalist) Blossom gate

Flax Dressers,

  • Robinson & Thackery, Kirkgate
  • Theakston Michael, Low Skelgate;

Grocers & Tea Dealers,

  • Barugh Francis, Market place
  • Britain John (& tobacco manufacturer) Market place
  • Browne Thomas, Allhallow gate
  • Chapman Thomas, North street
  • Grigg Robert, North street
  • Heslington George, Market place
  • Horn Robert, (& seedsman) Market place
  • Ingleby Thomas, Kirkgate
  • Jackson John, Market place
  • Nelson Christopher, Market place
  • Terry & Lunn, Market place
  • Thairkill George, Westgate
  • Wright Peter, Market place

Hair Dressers and Perfumers,

  • Bland John, Market place
  • Bulmer Christopher, Market place
  • Junes George Bell, West gate
  • Thirlway Edward, Kirkgate

Hatters,

  • Buck Anthony, (& furrier) Fisher gate
  • Horn Christopher, Market place
  • Turner William, Westgate

Hosiers,

  • Beckwith William, Kirkgate
  • Pratt Thomas, Priest lane
  • Scoop William, Westgate

Inns,

  • Black Bull, William Millner, Old Market place
  • Crown and Anchor, Mary Bulmer, Market-place
  • Norfolk Arms, Mary Atkinson, Market place
  • Unicorn, Hasledine Crabtree Sharpia Market place

Iron & Brass Founders,

  • Bradwell Joseph, Tinkle street
  • Ingram James, Kirkgate

Iron Merchants,

  • Kearsley George, Bondgate green
  • Walbran John, Blossom gate

Ironmongers,

  • Leyland Elizabeth, Market place
  • Rayne John, Market place

Joiners & Cabinet Makers,

  • Arrowsmith & Son (& upholsterers) Minster yard
  • Cockfield George, Kirkgate
  • Forth George, Beverley bank
  • Gowing Ralph, King street.
  • Heslop George, Westgate
  • Howell William,. North street
  • Jackman James, North street
  • Judson Charles, North street
  • Poppleton William, Low Skelgate
  • Ray Andrew, Stone bridge gate
  • Steel William, Middle street
  • Wilson Thomas, Beddern bank

Linen & Woollen Drapers,

  • Fisher Richard, (linen) North street
  • Harland John, Fisher gate
  • Hartley Richard, Old Market place
  • Heslington George, Market place
  • Horn Christopher, Market place
  • Linn Richard & Thomas, Westgate
  • Marshall James, Queen street
  • Snowdon George, Market place
  • Stevenson John, High Skelgate
  • Turner William, Westgate
  • Willey John, Market place
  • Wright Thomas, Market place

Maltsters,

  • Britain James, High Skelgate
  • Fisher & Buck, Water Skelgate
  • Lumley Richard, Bondgate
  • Richardson John, Blossom gate
  • Ridsdale William, Blossom gate
  • Sherwin John, Skelgarth

Milliners & Dressmakers,

  • Aspdin Margaret, Westgate
  • Beckwith Margaret, Low Skelgate
  • Cordray & Kay, Queen street
  • Evans Mary Elizabeth, Market place
  • Foxon Grace, Allhallow gate
  • Linney Judith Ann, Blossom gate
  • Lumley Ann, Blossom gate
  • Vant Elizabeth, High Skelgate

Millwrights & Machine Makers,

  • Gill William, Stone bridge gate
  • Hattersley George, Bondgate
  • Malthouse Thomas, (agricultural machine maker) North street

Nursery & Seedsmen,

  • Beale Matthew (gardener) Pottery
  • Curling James, (gardener) North street
  • Grayson Thomas, Bondgate
  • Unwin Wm, Low street, Agnes green
  • Wain William, Pickhill hall

Painters & Paper Hangers,

  • Burton William, Low Skelgate
  • Clifford George, Westgate
  • Cooper Joseph, Queen street
  • Cundale William, (& gilder) Kirkgate
  • Goulden George, High street, Agnes gate
  • Jones John (& gilder) North street
  • Snowden James, North street
  • Tuting John, Kirkgate
  • Williamson Robert & Son, Low Skelgate

Physicians,

  • Grimston Thomas, High street, Agnes gate
  • Paley Robert, Bishopton
  • Wilson William, Park street

Plumbers and Glaziers,

  • Dalton Mary, Kirkgate
  • Dalton Robert, Westgate
  • Idle Ann, Middle street
  • Watson John, Kirkgate
  • Watson Robert, Kirkgate

Rope & Twine Makers,

  • Cooper James, Queen street
  • Cooper William, Market place
  • Heslop William, Old Market street

Saddler and Harness Makers,

  • Addison John, High Skelgate
  • Carr Thomas, Westgate
  • Dennison Samuel, Low Skelgate
  • Downes Christopher, Market place
  • Hodgson John, Middle street
  • Jackson Matthew, Black Swan yard
  • Johnson Robert, Old Market place
  • Jordan John (and bridle cutter) Market place
  • Pawson John, Fisher gate
  • Topham Giles, Marketplace

Saddle Tree Makers,

  • Benson Christopher, Bondgate
  • Hargrave William, Bondgate

Shopkeepers & Dealers in Sundries,

  • Deighton Christopher, Beverley bank
  • Dodgson George, Westgate
  • Mitchell Archibald, Westgate
  • Nicholson William, North street
  • Proctor Ann, Westgate
  • Tomlinson Stephen, Low Skelgate
  • Wilson Mary, High Skelgate

Stone Masons,

  • Barwick William, North street
  • King Alis, Kirkgate

Straw Hat Makers,

  • Bailey Ann, Middle street
  • Cooper Milcah, Queen street
  • Pawson Ann, Fishergate
  • Terrey Ann, Finkle street
  • Tucker William, North street
  • Watson Ellen, Low Skelgate

Surgeons,

  • Bowman James Moor, Kirkgate
  • Bruce Samuel Barwick (to the forces) Westgate
  • Earle Francis, North street
  • Grimston John, High street, Agnes gate
  • Hutchinson William, Low Skelgate
  • Nicholson George, Westgate
  • Thompson Hinderwell, Skelgarth
  • Tutin Septimus, Park street

Tailors,

  • Bateman Joseph, Kirkgate
  • Bater William, Blossom gate
  • Bond Christopher, Queen's Head yard
  • Chapman John, Stone bridge gate
  • Clarke John, North street
  • Geldart Joseph, High Skelgate
  • Hardcastle John, Beverley bank
  • Ingram Robert, Finkle street
  • Longthorn George, Westgate
  • Ray William, Stone bridge gate
  • Rutter Richard, Stone bridge gate
  • Rutter Thomas, Stone bridge gate
  • Snowden Peter, King street
  • Sweeting Thomas, Kirkgate
  • Vant George, Allhallow gate
  • Vant Richard, High Skelgate

Tallow Chandlers,

  • Harland Thomas, (& grocer) Queen street
  • Hebden Brian, Westgate
  • Heslington George, Market place
  • Jackson Thomas, Fisher gate

Taverns & Public Houses,

  • Angel, George Gatenby, High Skelgate
  • Black Horse, Esther Gregg, Westgate
  • Black Swan, Thomas Daniel, High Skelgate
  • Black Swan, Matthew Haygarth, Westgate
  • Blue Bell, Marmaduke Spooner, Westgate
  • Boar's Head, Jonathan Fountain, Low Skelgate
  • Brewers' Arms, James Gough, Bondgate green
  • Bricklayers, Arms, Mary Ingram, Bondgate
  • Buck, Isabella Carver, Middle street
  • Chapter Coffee House, Handley Stevenson, Minster yard
  • Coach & Horses, James Sayer, West gate
  • Crown, William Pearson, Low Skelgate
  • Fleece, Elizabeth Leathley, Stone Bridgegate
  • George & Dragon, Richard Delicate, Market place
  • Golden Lion, Jonathan Metcalf, Allhallow gate
  • Green Dragon, Mary Ann Cartman, West gate
  • Hope & Anchor, Jonathan, Dixon, Bondgate green
  • Kings Arms, Isabel Gearman, Beddern bank
  • Lamb and Flag, Hannah Rumfitt High Skelgate
  • Lord Nelson, William Sedgwick, Allhallow gate
  • Nag's Head, William Gatenby, North street
  • Queens Head, George Fountain, Market place
  • Royal Oak, Elizabeth Wood, Kirkgate
  • Saracen's Head, John Wilton Lacon, North street
  • Ship, William Simpson, Bondgate
  • Star Inn, William Clark, Old Market place
  • Three Clogs, James Smith, Skelgate
  • Turk's Head, Ellen Steel, Low Skelgate
  • Wheat Sheaf, Robert Taylor, Fisher gate
  • White Horse, John Rollinson, North street
  • World's End, Jonathan Abbert, Stonebridge gate
  • Yorkshire Hussar, Frederick Sicre, Queen street

Timber Merchants,

  • Dobson. Jonathan & Peacock, Bondgate green
  • Peacock George, Bondgate green
  • Robinson John, Low street, Agnes gate

Turners,

  • Myers David (dish) Allhallows gate
  • Myers William, (dish) Bridge street

Watch & Clock Makers,

  • Burleson, Jane, Middle street
  • Carter Willey Edward and Sons
  • (and jewellers) Market place
  • Ingham Samuel, (& jeweller) Market place
  • Johnson Richard, Market place

Wheelwrights,

  • Croft Thomas, Bondgate green
  • Parkinson John, Bondgate
  • Rumfitt John, Blossom gate
  • Wright William, Horse fair

Whitesmiths and Bell- Hangers,

  • Carver James, Middle street
  • Wright William, Kirkgate

Wine & Spirit Merchants,

  • Heslop Ralph, Park street,
  • Kilburn John, Blossom gate
  • Lambs Thomas Fountains, Middle street
  • Land Margaret, (British wine) Westgate
  • Parker Francis, North street
  • Raw Reuben, North street
  • Terry Jonathan, (& British wine) Fisher gate
  • Wright Thomas, Market place

Miscellaneous,

  • Bailey Chas, auctioneer sheriff's officer, Middle street
  • Bealey Jonathan, umbrella maker, Allhallow gate
  • Carter Thomas, patten maker, Allhallow gate
  • Daniel William, wine & porter dealer, Market place
  • Davidson Thomas, chair maker, Allhallow gate
  • Gay Thomas, cutler & truss maker, Pottery
  • Hail Peter, pipe maker, Allhallow gate
  • Horner George, linen weaver, Fisher's yard
  • Jones George Bell, law stationer, Westgate
  • Kennedy John, wholesale button and tea dealer, Park street
  • Lovat James, gun maker, Market place
  • Metcalfe Richard artist, Bond gate
  • Odwyer Chs. teacher of languages, King street
  • Poulter William, cooper, Low Skelgate
  • Prott Peter, veterinary surgeon, Westgate
  • Robinson Samuel, woolstapler, Low Skelgate
  • Robinson Thomas & Son, land surveyors. Kirkgate
  • Snowden William, breeches maker, Kirkgate
  • Stubbs Thomas, naturalist, Low Skelgate
  • Thwaites Thomas, governor of the house of correction, Stone bridge gate
  • Todd Ann, music seller, Market place
  • Walker John, nail maker, North street
  • Walker Thomas, lace dealer, Middle street
  • York Nicholas, tanner, St. Agnes gate

Coaches,

  • To London, the Royal Mail (from Glasgow) calls at the Unicorn Inn, every morning at five; goes through Leeds, Pontefract, Doncaster, Bawtry, Barnsley Moor, Newark, Grantham, St. Neots, Biggleswade, Baldock, Stevenage and Hatfield.
  • To Glasgow, the Royal Mail (from London) calls at the Unicorn, every night at eight; goes through York Gate Catterick Bridge, Brough, Penrith, Carlisle, Ecclefechan, Douglas Mill and Hamilton.
  • To Leeds, the Royal Union, from the Buck Inn, every morning at five-the Courier (from Richmond), calls at the Black Bull, every morning, Sundays excepted) at eight -& the telegraph (from Newcastle) calls at the Unicorn Inn, every afternoon at half- past three; all, go thro' Ripon, Harrogate & Harewood.
  • To Middleham, the Highflyer (from York) calls at the Black Bull, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon at half -past five.
  • To Newcastle, the Telegraph (from Leeds) calls at the Unicorn Inn, every morning at half- past nine; goes through Leeming Lane, Catterick Bridge, Darlington, Durham and Sunderland.
  • To Richmond, the, Courier (from Leeds calls at the Black Bull, every afternoon (Sundays excepted) at half-past five; goes through Hutton, Wath, Burniston, Hackworth & Catterick.
  • To York, the Highflyer (from Middleham) Calls at the Black Bull, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at eight.

Carriers,

  • To Barnard Castle & Kendal, John & Thomas Blackburn (from Grewelthorpe) calls at the Crown and Anchor, every Wednesday & Saturday afternoon
  • To Bedale, from Pearson's warehouse, Coltsgate hill, every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
  • To Lee Ds, John Sturdy (from Masham) calls at the Black Bull, every Monday and Thursday morning--John Nelson, Calls at the same place, every Monday morning-Joseph Towler, calls at the Norfolk Arms, every Thursday noon-- John Richmond, from his warehouse, Old Market-place, every Monday and Thursday -Nicholas Dunn, from his house, Allhallow gate, every Thursday --and from Pearson's warehouse, Coltsgate hill, every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings.
  • To Northallerton, from Pearson's warehouse, every Monday and Thursday mornings.
  • To Pateley Bride, Christopher Yates, from the Black Swan, every Monday, Thursday and Saturday
  • To Richmond, John Nelson and John Sturdy (from Masham) call at the Black, Bull every Wednesday, Thurs. & Sat.,
  • To Stockton, from Pearson's ware-house every Monday and Thursday
  • To York, John and Thomas Blackburn (from Grewelthorpe) call at the Crown and Anchor, and John Richmond, from his warehouse Old Market-place, every Monday and Thursday afternoon.

Conveyance By Water-Canal,

  • To Borough Bridge and Hull, Martin Keddey & Co.'s old contract Vessels, in one bottom, twice a week - James Whates agent. Bondgate green.
  • To Boroughbridge and York, Henry Benson Mills Vessels, once, a week--Jonathan Bardy, agent, Bondgate grn.

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

Post Office,

  • Robert Harker, Post Master.
  • Letters for all parts are forwarded, by horse post, to Ripon every afternoon at half-past two, and arrive at half-past nine in the morning.

Gentry & Clergy,

  • Hanley Simon, gent. Pateley Bridge
  • Hutchinson Teasdil, esq. Grassfield house
  • Stoney Joseph, gent. Pateley Bridge
  • Stoney Rev. Thomas Humphrey, Pateley Bridge
  • Warburton & Strother, surgeons
  • Yorke John, esq. Bewerley hall

Academies & Schools,
Not otherwise described are Day Schools.

  • Clarke Miss (boarding) Harefield house
  • Gill Ann, Pateley Bridge
  • Gill Joseph, Pateley Bridge
  • Holgate Rev. Ralph & William, Ripley (boarding & day) Pateley Bridge
  • Swiney William, sen. Pateley Bridge

Inns & Public Houses,

  • Bay Horse, William Wood
  • Black Bull, John Wigglesworth
  • Crown Inn (and excise office) Elizabeth Dunn
  • George, John Richardson
  • Kings Arms, Sarah Wood
  • Miners' Arms, James Knowles
  • Shoulder of Mutton, Ralph Watson
  • Star Inn, Richard Topham

Shopkeepers & Traders,

  • Ashworth John, grocer & draper
  • Bell William, grocer
  • Busfield James, saddler
  • Calvert James, butcher
  • Chipchase Stephen, tailor
  • Clarke Joseph, boot & shoe maker
  • Curry Matthew, tailor
  • Dickinson George, plumber & glazier
  • Dowgill George & Thurkell, stone masons
  • Dowgill Thomas, stone mason
  • Fawcett John, painter
  • Gill Edward, stone mason
  • Grange & Wilson, stone masons
  • Grange Ward, lime burner
  • Grayson William, cooper
  • Greetham William & Thomas, grocers
  • Groves George, blacksmith
  • Groves Nancy, chymist & druggist
  • Hardcastle Benjamin, boot & shoe maker
  • Hargrave Thomas, blacksmith
  • Harker Robert, grocer & draper
  • Herring John, brazier & unman
  • Horner Joseph, blacksmith
  • Kaberry William, grocer & draper
  • Kettlewell William, grocer
  • King Peter, wheelwright
  • Kirby & Grange, flax spinners
  • Knowles George, grocer
  • Marshall Aaron, shopkeeper
  • Metcalfe John & George, brewers
  • Paley George, boot & shoe maker
  • Paley William, stone mason
  • Pullan John, shopkeeper
  • Pullan Joseph, butcher
  • Ragg Jacob, tallow chandler
  • Richardson Jonathan, chymist & druggist
  • Ripley William, ironmonger and iron and timber merchant
  • Robinson Dorothy, grocer
  • Robinson Edward, flour dealer
  • Sinclair Henry, hatter
  • Sinclair Isaac, baker
  • Sinclair John, hatter
  • Snow Richard, watch & clock maker
  • Summersgall Joseph, butcher
  • Swine William, jun. parish clerk
  • Taylor Joseph, clothier
  • Thackery Edward & James, curriers
  • Thackery John, saddler
  • Thorpe Francis, boot & shoe maker
  • Thorpe William, hair dresser
  • Ward Moss, miller

Carriers,

  • To Leeds, William Wood, from his house, every Monday.
  • To Otley, George Stones, from his house, every Friday.
  • To Ripon, Christopher Yates, from his house, every Mon. Thurs. & Sat.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003