Open a form to report problems or contribute information

 
1 Introduction 2 Message details 3 Upload file 4 Submitted
Page 1 of 4

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

If you have found a problem on this page then please report it on the following form. We will then do our best to fix it. If you are wanting advice then the best place to ask is on the area's specific email lists. All the information that we have is in the web pages, so please do not ask us to supply something that is not there. We are not able to offer a research service.

If you wish to report a problem, or contribute information, then do use the following form to tell us about it. We have a number of people each maintaining different sections of the web site, so it is important to submit information via a link on the relevant page otherwise it is likely to go to the wrong person and may not be acted upon.

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

Post,

  • Post Master- George Binge.
  • Letters arr. at 8 mng. are despatched at 3 afternoon.

DIRECTORY.

Miscellany of trades

  • Abson Ann, toll barkeeper
  • Adams Christopher, ironmonger and hardwareman
  • Ainley & Wade, sloop builders
  • Ainley Samuel, victualler, Ship
  • Aked Miles, victualler, Neptune
  • Andro James, yeoman
  • Armitage George, stone mason and merchant
  • Astrop Maria, dress maker
  • Atkinson Hannah, gentlewoman
  • Atkinson John, tailor
  • Atkinson Joseph & Son, sloop builders
  • Atkinson Wm. surgeon & druggist
  • Auckland James, boot & shoe maker
  • Barley Thos. vict. Red Lion, (posting house and excise office)
  • Baxter William, tanner
  • Bealby William, victualler, Marquis of Granby
  • Beaver Thomas, wheelwright
  • Beckitt William attorney, clerk to the Trustees of the Turnpike Road, to the Mariner's Society, and to the Manor Association, &c. &c.
  • Bell John, linen draper, brush dealer
  • Benson Ann, gentlewoman
  • Benson John, gentleman
  • Blackburn Benj. clock & watch mkr.
  • Blagborough Benjamin, clock and watch maker
  • Bleasby John, joiner & wheelwright
  • Bleasby Jonathan, joiner and wheelwright
  • Bleasby Thos. joiner & wheelwright
  • Blenkin Matthew, grocer, linen draper, and baker Bloom Joseph, yeoman
  • Blowe Thomas, hair dresser
  • Boyne Thos. blacksmith, spade, shovel & banking tool maker
  • Bradbury Abraham, corn miller and flour dealer
  • Briggs Chas. Bradford, raff merchant
  • Brown Ann, gentlewoman
  • Brown James, basket maker
  • Brown Mary, gentlewoman
  • Brown Thomas, gentleman
  • Butterwick John Benton, maltster
  • Casson Curtis, corn miller & flour dlr.
  • Casson Mary, grocer
  • Casson Mordecai, linen and woollen draper, grocer, cheesemonger and tallow chandler
  • Casson Thomas, currier and leather cutter
  • Chantry Ann, confectioner
  • Chester Wm. grocer & flour dealer
  • Clarkson William, silk dyer
  • Cobb Mary & Co. spirit merchants
  • Cooke Joseph, house, ship, and sign painter, confectionery, toys and brush warehouse
  • Cooke, Childers and Co. bankers, (branch of Doncaster) draw on Goslings and Sharpe, London; agent, Wm. Makins
  • Cooper Samuel, tailor and draper
  • Cusworth Sarah earthenware dealer
  • Cutbert Thos. white & blacksmith
  • Cutler James, schoolmaster
  • Darley William, bone merchant and ship owner
  • Dove William, surgeon
  • Downing Thos. vict. John Bull
  • Earle Rev. Henry, Calvinist minister
  • Eastwood Joseph, flour, glass, and china dealer
  • England Benj. grocer & flour dealer
  • England Rt. saddler & harness maker
  • Fenton William, blacksmith
  • Fish James, baker
  • Fox William schoolmaster
  • Franklin Ralph, officer of excise
  • Fretwell Thos. attorney and agent to County Fire office
  • Gabitas Samuel, boot & shoe maker
  • Gaunt Thomas, vict. Blue Boar
  • Gill Richard, cabinet maker
  • Godfrey Henry, butcher
  • Godfrey William farmer
  • Gott Henry, butcher
  • Gott William, cattle dealer
  • Grayburn John, ship owner
  • Gunnee George, house, ship, & sign painter
  • Hall Thomas, victualler, Rising Sun, and ship owner
  • Hamson John, basket maker
  • Harriman Henry, hat manufacturer
  • Harrison Timothy, corn miller and flour dealer
  • Hill Littleton, currier & leather cutter
  • Holmes Peter, linen draper, hat and shoe dealer
  • Hopwood George, gentleman
  • Hoyland George, vict. Wind Mill
  • Hunter Thomas, tailor
  • Hutchinson Benjamin, butcher
  • Hutchinson Henry, butcher
  • Hutchinson Josiah, victualler, Royal Oak
  • Hutchinson William, tailor
  • Jackson James, rope and twine spinner, flax dresser, and sacking manufacturer
  • Jackson Mark, linen draper and flour dealer
  • Jenkinson Richard, corn and porter merchant
  • Jinkins Geo. bricklayer and builder
  • Jinkins James, vict. Steam Packet
  • Jubb Thomas, boot and shoe maker
  • Kellett John, clock & watch maker
  • Kemp George vict. Red Bear
  • Kemp Joseph, bricklayer and builder, brick and tile merchant
  • Keyworth William, linen weaver
  • Kirby Thomas, hair dresser
  • Kirby William, tailor
  • Knowles Wm. chemist and druggist
  • Lawrence William, mould maker
  • Leathams & Co. bankers (branch of Doncaster) draw on benison and Co. London; agent, Joseph Mason
  • Ledger Wm. linen draper and flour dealer
  • Lillforth William, blacksmith & earthenware dealer
  • Livingston Rev. Joseph, Methodist Minister
  • Machin George, plumber & glazier
  • Machin Joseph, boot & shoe maker
  • Maggitt Saml. boot & shoe maker
  • Makins Wm. agent for Cook, Childers, & Co. bankers, Doncaster
  • Maples Henry, wine & spirit merchant
  • Maples Thomas, surgeon
  • Mason Joseph, bookseller, (post office and stamp office) and agent for Leathams & Co. bankers, Doncaster
  • Middlebrook Richard, joiner and wheelwright
  • Millman Jane, gentlewoman
  • Milnes Robert Pemberton, Esq. Thorne hall
  • Moat Francis, iron merchant
  • Moore Jas. corn miller & flour dealer
  • Nixon Charles, corn merchant
  • Nolloth Joseph, grocer, linen and woollen draper, hatter, hosier and glover
  • Oldfield John, corn miller & corn dlr.
  • Orrah John, grocer & tea dealer
  • Parkinson Jane, gentlewoman
  • Pashley Thomas, flour dealer
  • Patrick George, plumber & glazier
  • Patrick Robert, earthenware dealer
  • Pearson Richard & Co. ship builders, owners, raff merchants, & wharfingers
  • Pilkington William, land agent
  • Poynter Robert, boot & shoe mkr.
  • Raywood & Thickitt, soil makers
  • Richardson John, tailor
  • Ridgill Richard, blacksmith
  • Roberts John, boot & shoe maker
  • Robinson Robert, bread and biscuit baker
  • Rudd Rev. Eric, curate
  • Sails Samuel, corn miller and flour dealer
  • Sanderson Benj. boot & shoe maker
  • Sanderson Henry, blacksmith
  • Seaton Richard, vict. Canal Tavern, and coal merchant
  • Servant Daniel, grocer, linen draper, and hosier
  • Siddall Wm. saddler & harness maker
  • Slandering Wm. butcher
  • Smith Elizabeth, gentlewoman
  • Staniland James, sacking manufact.
  • Staniland Mary, grocer & flour dealer
  • Swallow Sarah, linen draper
  • Swallow Wm. plumber & glazier
  • Thorp William, solicitor
  • Todd William joiner
  • Tomlinson Elizabeth, ladies' school
  • Tomlinson John, cooper
  • Travis George, clock & watch maker, and spirit merchant
  • Turgoose Wm. earthenware & flour dealer
  • Turner Jonathan, tinner & brazier
  • Vause Thos. victualler, White Hart,
  • (posting house)
  • Vincent Wm. tailor and draper
  • Wade John vict. Black Moor's head
  • Wade Wm. joiner & cabinet maker
  • Waller William, schoolmaster
  • Watson Robert, boot & shoe maker
  • Watson Thomas, tinner & brazier
  • Whaley & Pearson, rope makers
  • Wharam Rd. grocer & tea dealer
  • Whitfield Wm. common brewer and maltster
  • Wilson & Outram, grocers, linen and woollen drapers, hosiers, hatters and glovers
  • Wilson William, maltster
  • Winn John, wheelwright
  • Wise Eliz. & Mary, gentlewomen
  • Wise Susannah, druggist
  • Wood Elizabeth, grocer
  • Wright George, vict. Rodney
  • Wrigley Jeremiah, boot & shoe mkr
  • Wyatt Christopher, coal merchant
  • Wyatt John, corn merchant

Coaches,

  • Canal Tavern, The NEW JOHN BULL, arrives every mng. at 8; ret, same day.
  • John Bull Inn, The OLD JOHN BULL Post Coach arrives from Sheffield every mng. at 9, (Sundays excepted) to meet the Steam Packets, and returns the same days to Sheffield.
  • White Hart Inn, Rodney Post Coach arr. every mng. at half past 10, from Doncaster, and proceeds to Hull; returns each day at 12 noon, and proceeds to Doncaster and Sheffield.

Carriers by Land,

  • John Bull Inn. John Chantry to and from Doncaster daily, (Sundays excepted) arr. in time for Steam Packets.
  • Marquis of Granby Inn. Wm. Merrington arr. from Doncaster every Tues. at 7 evg. and ret. every Wednesday at 7.
  • Steam Packet Inn. Wm. Scales arr. from Doncaster every Wed. and Sat, at 9 mng. and ret. Thur. and Sun. evening.

Carriers by Water,

  • A Ship from Pearson's yard, Thorne quay, to and from Stainton's wharf, London, every week.
  • Six Vessels from Pearson's yard, Thorne quay, to and from Sheffield every week.
  • The John Butt and Rockingham Steam Packets to and from Hull every day, (Sundays excepted) for the conveyance of goods & passengers.
  • The Speedwell Packet at 8 every mng. (Sundays excepted) to meet the Steam Packets from Hull and Gainsbro'.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003