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

Post Office,

  • High-street, William Hunsley, Post Master.
  • Letters for London are despatched (by a Mail gig to Ferry-Bridge) every morning at seven, and arrive every evening at six.
  • Letters for Harrogate are despatched every afternoon at five, and arrive every morning at half-past eight.
  • Letters for Barnsley and Otley are despatched every night at half-past eleven, and arrive every night at half-past nine.
  • Letters for Thirsk are despatched every afternoon at six, and arrive every morning at seven.
  • Letters for Tadcaster, York and the East Riding are despatched every night at half-past nine, and arrive every night at half-past eleven.

Nobility, Gentry and Clergy,

  • Arrowsmith Jon. gent. Horse fair
  • Beckwith Rev.--, Collingham
  • Brewin John, esq. North Deighton
  • Geldart Rev. James, Kirk Deighton
  • Goodrick Sir Henry, Ribston hall
  • Herbert Rev. William, Spofforth
  • Maude Daniel, esq. Swinnow park
  • Middleton Peter, esq. Stockeld park
  • Middleton William, esq. Linton spring
  • Parker Samuel, gent. Market place
  • Scott William Lister Fenton, esq. Woodhall
  • Stourton Lord, Allerton park
  • Wilson Richard Fountain, esq. M.P., Ingmanthorp

Academies,

  • Greaves George day) Market place
  • Hannam William, (gent's. boarding) North Deighton
  • Johnson Thomas (gent's. boarding) Hill to
  • Kay Mary (day) New street
  • Turner Ellen (day) Shambles street

Attorneys,

  • Maude Gideon, New street
  • Richardson Edward, Cross street
  • Upton George, Market place

Auctioneers,

  • Hogg James (and land agent) Market place
  • Hudson Thomas, Market place

Bankers,

  • Coates John, Horse fair-(open on Thursday-draw on Sir James, Esdaile & Co. London)
  • Savings' Bank, Market place -- (open on Saturday from 11 to 12) James Hogg, secretary

Blacksmiths,

  • Beaumont Edward, Silver street
  • Brown George, Chapel hill
  • Goundry William, (& whitesmith) Market place
  • Hill Thomas, Market place
  • Mason James, High street

Bookseller & Stationer,

  • Hawkesworth Richard Proby (and printer) High street

Boot & Shoe Makers,

  • Akers Robert, High street
  • Leak Nathaniel, Horse fair
  • Norrie Alexander, Horse fair
  • Wardle William. Silver street

Braziers and Tinmen,

  • Goodall David, Chapel hill
  • Newstead George, High street

Butchers,

  • Dalby Joseph, North end
  • Hill John, Chapel hill
  • Hill William, High Street
  • Powell William, Horse fair
  • Walker John, High street

Chymists & Druggists,

  • Bean Benjamin, Market place
  • Hill William, jun. Market place
  • Newstead John, High street
  • Wells William, High street

Corn Millers,

  • Farrar David, Wetherby Mills
  • Greenwood Jonathan, Wetherby Mills

Fire, &c. Office Agents,

  • Guardian, James Hogg, Market place
  • Leeds and Yorkshire, Thomas Robinson, Market place
  • Norwich Union, Edward Richardson, Market place
  • Phoenix, John Pullein, Market place
  • Yorkshire, Gideon Maude, New street

Gardeners & Seedsmen,

  • Horner James, High street
  • Turner George, North Town end

Grocers & Tea Dealers,

  • Asquith Joseph, High street
  • Bean Benjamin, Market place.
  • Britain John, High street
  • Hill William, jun. Market place
  • Newstead John, High street
  • Pullein John (& sub-distributer of stamps) Market place
  • Smith Thomas, Market place

Hair Dressers,

  • Barstow Edward, High street
  • Spink Joseph. High street

Hatters & Hosiers,

  • Barstow James, High street
  • Crossley Jane, High street
  • Fawcett James, Chapel hill

Inns,

  • Angel (and posting house) John Clemishaw, High street
  • Golden Lion, John Hargrave, High street
  • Red Lion, William Bulmer, High street
  • Three Masons (and excise office) Jane Tiplady, Market place

Ironmongers,

  • Goodall Isabella (and bar Iron dealer) Chapel hill
  • Smith Thomas, Market place
  • Wilson William, (& cutler) New street

Joiners,

  • Bulmer William (& builder) High street
  • Dacre William, jun, (and cabinet maker) Wharton lane
  • Green William, High street
  • Hudson Thomas, Market place
  • Whitfield & Son, Westgate
  • Whitfield David, Back lane

Linen Drapers,

  • Horner John, High street
  • Morfoot Thomas, High street
  • Park Charles, (& woollen) New street
  • Robinson Thomas, Market place
  • Smith Dorothy, Market place

Painters-House, Sign, &c,

  • Ellis Francis, Westgate
  • Smith John, Market place

Plumbers & Glaziers,

  • Dawson John, Market place
  • Thompson John, High street

Saddlers & Harness Makers,

  • Malton John, High street
  • Mawson James, Market place
  • Milner James, High street
  • Thackray Henry, Market place
  • Wiggins Walter, High street

Shopkeepers & Dealers in Sundries,

  • Cocker Michael, High street
  • Dawson William (bacon and flour dealer) High street
  • Oates Stephen, Chapel hill
  • Varley Samuel, Shambles street
  • Whitfield Ann, Westgate
  • Wiggins Daniel, Cross street

Stone Masons,

  • Pick David, (& lime burner) Quarry hl
  • Utley William, Back lane
  • Webster & Utley, Back lane

Straw Hat Makers,

  • Ingle Frances, Market place
  • Margerrison Elizabeth, New street
  • Thackray William, High street
  • Whitehouse Mary, Chapel hill
  • Wiggins Ann, New street

Surgeons,

  • Beaumont James, the Cottage
  • Hunter John Lees, High street

Tailors,

  • Birkinshaw James, New street
  • Greaves George, (& draper) High street
  • Lawrence Thomas, Shambles street
  • Whitehouse Joseph, (& draper) Chapel hill
  • Whitehouse Thomas (and draper) Chapel hill

Tallow Chandlers,

  • Asquith John, High street
  • Ellis Francis, Westgate

Tanners and Tawers,

  • Hill Joseph, Horse fair
  • Midgley Charles, North town end

Taverns & Public Houses,

  • Anchor, John Dawson, nigh street
  • Black Bull, John Brown, Chapel hill
  • Blue Boar, Jane Greaves, High street
  • Crown, Margaret Smith, High street
  • Drovers' Inn, Stephen Burley, near Ure Bridge
  • Fox, Elizabeth Pitts, Back lane
  • George & Dragon, Richard Burley, High street
  • Legs of Man, George Whitaker, Market place
  • Swan & Talbot, Robert Craven, High street
  • White Hart, William Webster, High street

Watch & Clock Makers,

  • Moorhouse William, Market place
  • Whitehead Thomas, High street

Wheelwrights,

  • Green John & William (& timber dealers) High street
  • Ingleson John, High street
  • Kitching Kelita, near the Bridge
  • Pitts William, Back lane
  • Webster Join & Joseph, Westgate

Wine & Spirit Merchants,

  • Asquith Joseph, High street
  • Bean Benjamin, (British wines) Market place
  • Britain John, High street
  • Wiggins Thomas, High street

Miscellaneous,

  • Burnley James, baker & flour dealer, High street
  • Crossley Ann, milliner, &c. Marketplace
  • Hemenway Jas, rope, &c. maker, Wharton lane
  • Margerrison William, corn, &c. dealer, New street
  • Middlewood George, basket maker, Northtown end
  • Rhodes Gregory & Quintin, brewers and maltsters, Market place
  • Robinson William, dyer, New street
  • Sawyer Robert, thrashing machine maker, Silver street
  • Smith Henry, corner, Horse fair
  • Thompson Joseph, farrier, Westgate
  • Whitehead William, flax dresser and spinner, Market place
  • Wiggins John, cooper, Cross street

Coaches,

  • To Leeds, the Phoenix (from Newcastle) calls at the Angel Inn, every afternoon (Sundays excepted) at five-and James Hawthorn's Car, from the Market-place, every Tuesday morning.
  • To Manchester, the Highflyer (from York) calls at the Angel Inn, every morning (Sundays excepted) at ten.
  • To Newcastle the Phoenix (from Leeds) calls at the Angel Inn, every morning (Sundays excepted) at eight.
  • To York, the Highflyer (from Manchester) calls at the Angel Inn. every afternoon (Sundays excepted) at five.

Carriers,

  • To Knaresborough, Hannah Dickinson, from the Three Masons, every Thursday afternoon.
  • To Leeds, Thomas Naylor, from the Horse fair, every Tuesday & Saturday.
  • To Leeds & Newcastle, Pickersgill & Co. call at the Swan and Talbot, daily.
  • To Tadcaster, William Mortimer, from the Three Masons, every Thursday.
  • To York, Ann Cooper, from High-street, and Joseph Sayner, from New-street, every Tuesday and Saturday mornings

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003


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