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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for SHERBURN IN ELMET in White's Directory of 1837.

In the following directory of Sherburn:
those marked:

  • 1, reside at Ashrow, 2 Lennerton, 3 Milford, 4 North Swimmers, 5 Rest Park and 6
  • on Sherburn Common.

Miscellany of trades

  • Allen Mrs Ann & Hay Mrs Mary
  • Broomhead Hy, plumber & glazier
  • Dean Mr Wm. Milford
  • Johnson Mr Joseph
  • Lacy Rt. Railway station house
  • Lynch Mrs Eliz & Misbar Hanh
  • Matthew Rev. Js. M A, vicar, Vicarage
  • Mountain Rt, hairdresser
  • Newby Richard, druggist
  • Sayner Jno. parish clerk
  • Simpson Mrs Mary
  • Wharton Wm. agt, to the Yorkshire District Bank
  • Wilson Jno. governor of the Boys' Hospital, and bailiff for the Manor

Academies

  • Grieve Jno
  • Hewson Rev. W., MA, Grammar
  • Lewis John
  • Proctor Rev. Jas

Blacksmiths,

  • Hawley Francis
  • Hawley John
  • Hawley Wm

Boot & Shoemkrs,

  • Blackburn Wm
  • Dawson George
  • Gell Joseph
  • Smith Henry - 3
  • Varey Chpr

Butchers,

  • Swain Wm
  • Wainwright Jeb

Corn Millers,

  • Anderson Jph
  • Patrick Thomas

Farmers,

  • Ambler Joseph
  • Appleyard Wm - 2
  • Bullock Wm - 1
  • Clayton Wm
  • Coupland Jph 6
  • Foster Wm
  • Grainger Wm
  • Handley Wm
  • Harrison Thos
  • Helm Joseph - 5
  • Hey Joshua
  • Johnson George
  • Johnson John
  • Marshall Wm - 4
  • Middlebrough J - 3
  • Middleton Jph - 2
  • Monkman Thos
  • Paver Richard
  • Pick Edward - 2
  • Robinson John
  • Rowley Peter
  • Sayner Elias - 2
  • Sayner William, Grange
  • Shaw Mary
  • Shaw Robert
  • Smith E. Lodge
  • Spence Wm
  • Squire John - 5
  • Squire John
  • Standidge Thos
  • Swain Thomas
  • Todd Francis
  • Wilson Jonathan
  • Wilson Joseph
  • Wilson Thomas

Grocers &c - * Drapers also,

  • Beckett George
  • Fewster George
  • Forster Samuel
  • Huntriss Eliz *
  • Johnson V & J *
  • Marsden George
  • Paver Joseph *
  • Prince Matthew
  • Sisson Robert *
  • Spear Joseph *

Inns & Taverns,

  • New Inn, W Hey
  • Odd Fellows' Arms, J Elliott
  • Red Bear, Robt. Hough
  • Rising Sun, Jas. Standidge
  • Travellers' Inn, J Scadlethorp
  • White Swan, J Wainwright

Beer Houses,

  • Barker Wm
  • Gill Wm
  • Hey Joshua
  • Hodgson Jno - 2
  • Midgley R

Joiners &c,

  • Lofthouse Lnd
  • Marshall David

Line Dealers,

  • Broomhead Wm
  • Waterhouse Ths
  • Wilson Jonth

Maltsters,

  • Smith & Co
  • Wadsworth Jonas

Milliners,

  • Hewitt Mary
  • Paver Ann
  • Strickland Sarah
  • Summers Hanh

Saddlers,

  • Barker Wm
  • Smith Wm

Stone Masons,

  • Copley Joseph
  • Copley Wright
  • Wilson John
  • Wilson Joseph
  • Wilson Wm

Surgeons,

  • Lewis Edward
  • Scott Wm

Tailors,

  • Hewitt Matthew
  • Paver Joseph
  • Scadlethorp Geo
  • Scadlethorp Jno

Teasel Dealers,

  • Beck Wm
  • Clayforth Chas
  • Fewster Michael
  • Fleetham Geo
  • Fleetham Thos
  • Gill John
  • Hey John
  • Hey Wm
  • Johnson George
  • Lofthouse Fdk
  • Thompson Geo
  • Waterworth Wm

Wheelwrights,

  • Clough David
  • Thornton Jph
  • Tindall Jas

Coaches to London,

  • 1/2 p 10 night, 11 mg & 6 evg & to York 1/2 p 5 mg, 7 mg & 12 noon

By Railway,

  • To Leeds & Selby, 3 times a day

Transcribed by Susan Johnson. ©2000