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Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades for ALVERTHORPE in White's Directory of 1887.

Post,

  • Post Office at Mr. J. P. Graham's, Kirkham Gate. Post and Money Order Office
  • and Post Office Savings Bank at Mr. J. M. Abson's. Letters are delivered from
  • Wakefield at 8 a.m. and box cleared at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Thornes Lane is included with Wakefield.

ALVERTHORPE:

  • Abson Joe Mattthew, grocer, etc. and sub-postmaster
  • Adams Mrs. Jane, East Villa
  • Ainley William, joiner, Brandy Carr
  • Alexander Miss Harriet, Lupset Cottage
  • Amys William, landscape gardener
  • Arch Charles, dairyman, Flanshaw lane
  • Arran George, farm foreman
  • Artle Mr. James, Vintry house
  • Ashton Mr. John, Flanshaw lane
  • Ashton John, victualler, Union Inn, Flanshaw Lane
  • Ashton Richard, cottager, Flanshaw hill
  • Barstow John, colliery proprietor, Augusta colliery
  • Batley Richard, foreman engineer, Flanshaw lane
  • Beacher Peter, farmer, Kirkham Gate
  • Beacher Samuel, market gardener, Kirkham Gate
  • Beaumont Mrs. Charlotte, farmer, Snapethorpe
  • Beaumont Thomas, manager, Snapethorpe
  • Beaumont William, shoeing smith, Snapethorpe
  • Bedford Isaac, market gardener, Kirkham Gate
  • Belbin Benjamin, head gardener, Lupset Hall lodge
  • Bentley Bros. Rag merchants, Flanshaw lane
  • Bentley Joseph (Bros.); h Ossett
  • Bentley Thomas Wilby (Bros.); h. Ossett
  • Benton Mrs. Eliza, Hebble house
  • Bilton John Harry, assistant supt. Of agens for Prudential Assurance co.
  • Birkinshaw Arthur, butcher, New Scarborough; & Wakefield
  • Birkinshaw William, farm foreman, Blacksmith's fold
  • Blackburn Benjamin, mill overlooker, Longfield terrace
  • Blackburn Joseph, head gardener, The Hall
  • Blakey Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Bonner William G. farmer & dairyman, Peacock farm; and (h) Wakefield
  • Bradley William, farmer, Flanshaw Lane
  • Broadhead Alfred (F & A); h Kirkham Gate
  • Broadhead F & A. rope and twine makers, Kirkham Gate
  • Broadhead Fredk. (F & A.), & cattle dlr; h Kirkham Gate
  • Broadhead George William, butcher, Kirkham Gate
  • Broadhead Thomas, rope maker, Kirkham Gate
  • Broadhead William, greengrocer, Kirkham Gate
  • Brook Frederick, cattle dealer, Kirkham Gate
  • Brook George, cattle dealer, Kirkham Gate
  • Brook George, rope maker, Silcoates
  • Brook John, butcher & farmer, Kirkham Gate
  • Brook Mrs. Mary, Kirkham Gate
  • Brook Thomas, cottager, Brandy carr
  • Brook William, cattle dealer, Kirkham Gate
  • Brown John Fletcher, farmer, &c, New park farm
  • Brummitt Mr. Luke, Willow cottage
  • Brummitt Luke, junr. Grocer, &c., and coal carting agent, Flanshaw lane
  • Buckley, John, farmer, Brandy carr
  • Buckley Thomas, shopkeeper, Wellington street
  • Burnley Charles, manager, Roundwood
  • Buttery James, boot repairer, Flanshaw lane
  • Button mr. Thomas, Silcoates
  • Cairns William, beerhouse, Kirkham Gate
  • Calvert Bros, wholesale rope, twine and cord mfrs. Pot Ovens
  • Calvert John (Bros.); h Sunny Hill
  • Calvert William (Bros.); h Sunny hill
  • Charlton Ref. John S., B.A. curate of Alverthorpe Church
  • Clarkson Frnk. Chmst &c., Wakefield; h The Haugh, Silcoates
  • Clarkson Mr. Henry, Alverthorpe Hall
  • Clayton Albert, agent for the Prudential Assurance Co.(lim.), New Scarborough
  • Clegg Mrs. Alma Lavinia, victualler, Cock Inn
  • Clegg John Edward, jobbing gardener, Warren terrace
  • Colbeck Bros. Mfrs of army, navy, police and railway cloths, serges &c., Alverthorpe Mill and 4 Quebec Street, Leeds, and 26 Old Change, London E.C.
  • Colbeck Luther (Bros.); h West villa
  • Colbeck Simeon (Bros.); h Boyle Hall, West Ardsley
  • Cole Hy. Draper &c.,Boro Mkt. Wakefield; h Geneva Place
  • Congregational Chapel, Flanshaw Lane, Rev. Wm. Taylor, minister; h. New Scarborough
  • Constantine Mr. William, Regent Street, New Scarborough
  • Conyers John, draper &c. Flanshaw lane
  • Craven John & Co. brick mfrs. Roundwood Brick Works
  • Craven John (& Co.); h Albion villa, Alverthorpe Road, Wakefield
  • Curtis Alfred P. manager, Wellington Street
  • Darling George Edward, clerk
  • Darwent Joe, shopkeeper
  • Denison Benjamin, manager, Flanshaw Lane
  • Downes David, master, Board School
  • Duthoit Kirby, auctioneer, Kirkham Gate
  • Dyson Wm. Mfr. (Colbeck Bros.); h Rock House, Batley
  • Ellis Benjamin, stone mason, Flanshaw Lane
  • Ellis William, stone mason, Flanshaw lane
  • Farrar Joseph, greengrocer, Flanshaw Lane
  • Farrar Thomas, greengrocer, Kirkham Gate
  • Fernandes Mr. J. L., Lupset Lodge
  • Field Rev. Wm., M.A., head master, Northern Congregational Grammar School, Silcoates House
  • Firth Levi, farmer and market gardener, Flanshaw lane
  • Firth Mrs. Martha, Cross lane
  • Firth Squire, cottager, Kirkham Gate, East Ardsley
  • Firth William, shopkeeper, Brandy Carr
  • Fletcher John, rope maker, Silcates
  • Fothergill John, farmer
  • France George, cottager, Kirkham Gate
  • Gascoygne George, horse dealer
  • Gaskell Gerard Milnes, Esq., J.P. Lupset Hall
  • Gelder James, power loom tuner
  • Gilderdale Wm.,assistant overseer for East Ardsley and West Ardsley, 1 Longfield mount
  • Gill Harvey, worsted pattern card maker, Silcoates
  • Glover Benj. F., secretary to the Wakefield and West Riding Permanent Building Society
  • Glover Percy, sec. To Aspdin & Son (lim.) Wakefield
  • Gover Wm. Ernest, auctioneer (Beaumont & G.), Wakefield; h 3 Longfield Mount
  • Gloyne Hadfield, clerk, Longfield Terrace
  • Goodison Samuel, joiner, &c.
  • Goodridge Mr. Wm., Moor Cottage, Horbury road
  • Goodyer Thomas Henry, shopkeeper
  • Grace Mr. John, Flanshaw hill
  • Graham Joe P. grocer. &c. and sub-postmaster, Kirkham Gate
  • Graham John, tax and rate collector, Kirkham Gate
  • Grassby Wm. John, farmer and dairyman, Silcoates
  • Greaves T. W. & F. S. (Thomas Wm. & Fras. Sugden) farmers, Kirkham Gate
  • Grenside Arthur, surveor, &c., Wakefield; h flanshaw Lane
  • Haigh & Haigh, woollen mfrs. Silcoates Mills, Silcoates
  • Haigh Nathaniel, vic. Scarborough Arms, New Scarborough
  • Haley A., worstd. spinner. (&Co.), Wakefield; h The Hafod
  • Hall Mr. George, Geneva Place
  • Hamerton Alfred, architect and surveyor, New Scarborough
  • Hampshire James, beerhouse and dairyman, Boro' Corner
  • Hardy Mr. Alfred, Silcoates
  • Harrap Abraham, cottager
  • Harrap Mr. Benjamin, Wellington Street
  • Harrap George, hosier
  • Harrap James, vict. Wellington Inn, Wellington Street
  • Harrap Joshua (Mark & Sons); h Rose Villa
  • Harrap Mark & Sons, wlln. & wrstd. Spnnrs. Hebble Mills
  • Harrison Henry, law clerk, Regent St. New Scarborough
  • Harrison James, dairyman, Grove Farm, Ossett Road
  • Hartley Thomas, greengrocer, Kirkham Gate
  • Hartley Thomas Henry, cottager, Kirkham Gate
  • Hawtin James, market gardener, &c., Brandy Carr
  • Hayley Arthur, clerk, 2 Longfield Mount
  • Heald William, clogger and boot repairer
  • Healey John, commercial traveller, Warren Terrace
  • Hepworth Right, corn miller, Park Mill, Ossett
  • Hesling Joseph, bricklayer
  • Hopkinson Henry, master, National School
  • Howe Mr. James, Regent Street, New Scarborough
  • Huddleston John, station master
  • Hudson Thomas, coal and potato dealer
  • Huskins Henry, vict. Star Inn, Kirkham Gate
  • Hutchinson Richard, horse slaughterer (licensed), Kirkham Gate
  • Illingworth Mrs. Hannah Maria, farmer, Woodside Cottage, Kirkham Gate
  • Issott Samuel, marine store dealer, Harrap Street
  • Ives Joe, shopkeeper and painter
  • Ives John, cart owner
  • Jackson Joseph Dawson, draper
  • Jaques David, cart owner, Cross Lane
  • Jessop Henry, shopkeeper and dairyman, Flanshaw Lane
  • Jessop James, marine store &c. dealer
  • Jowett John, greengrocer, Kirkham Gate
  • Jowett Mellor, grocer & provision dealer, Flanshaw Lane
  • Jowett Raph, rope & twine maker Kirkham Gate
  • Keighley Henry, overlooker
  • Kellett Arthur, clogger &c. Harrap Street
  • Kellett Joseph, blacksmith
  • Kenworthy Walter, shopkeeper, Cross Lane
  • Kirk John, grocer &c. and beer retailer, New Scarborough
  • Knott Robert, shopkeeper, Flanshaw Lane
  • Lauton Mrs. Harriet, mistress, Board School
  • Lees Lewis, wool sorter, New Scarborough
  • Liberal Club; Charles Wormald, secretary
  • Lindley Benjamin, cottager and shoemaker
  • Lindley Henry, cottager
  • Lister John, shopkeeper, Kirkham Gate
  • Lockwood Allen, boot and shoe maker, New Scarborough
  • Lockwood Hy. Arthur, shopkeeper, New Scarborough
  • Lofthouse James, milk seller, Lupset Bar
  • Longbottom Squire, grocer, &c. and coal agent
  • Longley Mr. James,New Scarborough
  • Mann Herbert Hartley, vict. Cross Keys; & Ossett
  • Marks J. W., clerk to high bailiff, County Court, Longfield vlls.
  • Marriott Mr.John B. FriarGate, New Scarborough
  • Marsden Mrs. Elizabeth Ann, shopkeeper, New Scarborough
  • Marsden William, carpenter Borough Corner
  • Marsh Wm. lamp oil dealer, Flanshaw Lane
  • Marshall Charles Hy. Managing clerk, New Scarborough
  • Marshall Mr. John, New Scarborough
  • Mason Tom B., drpr. Wakefield Borough Market; h Silcoates
  • Meadows T. vict. Malt Shovel Inn
  • Mercer Jph. Farmer, KirkGate Cottage, East Ardsley
  • Micklethwaite, James, horse dealer
  • Mitchell Joseph J. overlooker, Flanshaw Lane
  • Moorhouse J. W. yarn spinner, woold waste and noil mert.
  • Moorhouse John wilkinson (J.W.); h Flanshaw House
  • Murgatroyd Mrs. Louise, Oakes Street
  • Nassau Alfred, railway carriage examiner, New Scarborough
  • Naylor John & Co. (lim.), colliery proprietors, Whinney Moor Colliery, and Ossett; Joseph Lockwood, secretary; H Queen Street, Horbury
  • Netherwood Walter, P.o. Station Messenger, Warren Terrace
  • Nettleton Francis, colliery agent, Roundwood
  • Nettleton Francis Marsden, farmer, Snapethorpe
  • Newman Charles, railway signalman
  • Newton Mr. George, Brandy Carr
  • Newton George, jun. Cattle dealer, Brandy Carr
  • Newton Thomas, cattle dealer, Kirkham Gate
  • Noble William, colliery underviewer, Whinney Moor
  • Northern Congretational Grammar School, Silcoates House; Rev. William Field, M.A. head master
  • Oakes George Edward, clerk, Roundwood
  • Oakes Mr. William, The Haugh, Silcoates
  • Padgett Tom Hartley, coal agent
  • Parkin Amby, greengrocer, Brandy Carr
  • Parkin Joseph, jobbing gardener, Pot Ovens
  • Pearson George Henry, shopkeeper, Flanshaw Lane
  • Pearson Jph. Agt. To the Prudential Assurance Co. (lim.) Oakes St.
  • Perfect Jph. Principal baker H.M. Prison; h. New Scarborough
  • Pickard Edward, overlooker, Flanshaw Lane
  • Ramsbotham Thomas, mill overlooker, Longfield Terrace
  • Ramsden Alfred, bricklayer, Kirkham Gate
  • Ramsden Mr. Bryan H. Brandy Carr
  • Ramsden Miss Emily Jane, dressmaker, Brandy Carr
  • Ramsden, James, farmer and cart owner, Kirkham Gate
  • Ramsden Jesse, mrkt. Grdnr. Brandy Carr; and Beeston, Leeds
  • Ramsden, Joseph Saville, nurseryman, florist and fruitgrower, Vine Cottage, Brandy Carr
  • Ramsden Wltr. Solr. (Carter & R. ) Leeds; h Flanshaw Lane
  • Renshaw Richard, car owner, Haggs Hill
  • Rhodes John, manager, New Scarborough
  • Richardson, Charles Henry, clerk, Cross Lane
  • Riley David, grocer, Kirkham Gate
  • Roberts Henry, overlooker
  • Roberts Joseph, colliery weighman, Kirkham Gate
  • Roberts Joseph, colliery engineer, Whinney Moor
  • Robinson William, agent for the Prudential Assurance Co., (lim.), New Scarborough
  • Roper John William, beerhouse
  • Rose William, prison officer, Regent Street, New Scarborough
  • Rowbottom Alfred, farmer and milk seller, Silcoates
  • Ryans Matthew, colliery deputy
  • Ryder Edmund, smallware, &c., dealer, Flanshaw Lane
  • Ryder Joshua Ellis, dealer in fents, stuffs, smallwares, &c.; and Barnsley and Wakefield markets
  • Sanderson Samuel, tailor and woollen drpr. Blacksmith's fold
  • Sanderson Mr. William
  • Scott David, cart owner, Flanshaw Lane
  • Scott David Mitchell, butcher and beer retailer, Flanshaw Lane
  • Scott John, shopkeeper, New Scarborough
  • Seal Tom, victualler, Malt Shovel, Haggs Lane End
  • Senior Ben, overlooker
  • Senior Miss Eleanor, milliner and dressmaker
  • Settle Mrs. Helen, Oakes Street
  • Shaw George Henry, shopkeeper, Kirkham Gate
  • Sherwood Mrs. Sarah
  • Simon Philip, cottager, Brandy Carr
  • Skinner Wm. L., nurseryman, seedsman & florist, Silcoates
  • Slater John, shopkeeper
  • Smith James, farmer, Kirkham Gate, East Ardsley
  • Smith Sidney, commerical traveller, Oakes Street
  • Smith Mr. Thomas, Flanshaw Hill
  • Smith William, overlooker, Cross Lane
  • Speight Harry, cowkeeper, Kirkham Gate
  • Spencer Mrs. Ann, shopkeeper, Flanshaw Lane
  • Stables Henry, farmer, Lupsett Farm
  • Statter William, Esq., J.P., Snapethorpe Old Hall
  • Stead Thomas, victualler, Gate Inn, Kirkham Gate
  • Sterndale Joseph, butcher, Flanshaw Lane; and Wakefield
  • Sunderland Abraham, cart owner
  • Swainson John, farmer, Silcoates
  • Sykes Benjamin, power loom tuner
  • Talbot George, beerhouse
  • Taylor Mrs. Betsy, Flanshaw Lane
  • Taylor Edward North, cart owner, Kirkham Gate
  • Taylor Mr. James, Kirkham Gate
  • Taylor Rev. Wm. Congregational minister, New Scarborough
  • Teall William, colliery deputy underviewer, Cross lane
  • Teall William, joiner, undertaker, &c.
  • Terry, Greaves & Co., colliery proptrs. Roundwood Colliery
  • Thompson Benjamin Thomas, clerk, Warren Terrace
  • Thompson Thomas, highway foreman, Flanshaw Lane
  • Thornton Mrs. Hannah, Kirkham Gate, East Ardsley
  • Tillotson Mrs. Mary, shopkeeper and boot and shoe maker
  • Todd Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Tolson Miss Mary
  • Towlerton Mr. John, Flanshaw Lane
  • Turner John, tailor, Flanshaw Lane
  • Vayro William, foreman dairyman
  • Wade George, rope and twine mfr. Borough Corner
  • Wakefield Borough Co-operative Society (The), drapers, grocers, provision dealers, Boot and shoe makers; and Wakefield; E. Wilby manager
  • Walker Mrs. Hannah, tobacco pipe manufacturer
  • Walker Mrs. Jane, mistress National School, Kirkham Gate
  • Walshaw George, wool merchant (Joseph, W. & Sons); Dewsbury; h Rose Villas
  • Walton Charles, victualler, Crown
  • Walton Rev. Joseph, M.A. vicar, The Vicarage
  • Ward Misses Ann & Hannah, Flanshaw Lane
  • Waterhouse Jas. C. crucible mfr. Wakefield; h Eldon villas
  • Whitaker Mrs. Lydia, 4 Longfield Mount
  • Whiteley Thomas, carpenter
  • Wigan John, clogger, Kirkham Gate
  • Wilby Edwin, manager Co-operative Stores
  • Wild George, rope and twine mfr. Pot Ovens
  • Williamson Robert Barcliffe, clerk, Warren Terrace
  • Willoughby Miss Alice, chapel keeper, Kirkham Gate
  • Wiltshaw Joseph, earthernware, &c. dealer
  • Winter Andrew, licensed hawker, New Scarborough
  • Winter James, licensed hawker, New Scarborough
  • Wood Samuel, firewood dealer, Flanshaw Lane
  • Wordsworth Tom, butcher, Highfield House, Wakefield
  • Wormald Chas. Sec. To Liberal Club, New Scarborough

THORNES,

  • Balmforth Samuel, manager, Gaskell Villas
  • Barker Major Joseph, J.P. (R. H. & Co); h Holmfield, Denby Dale Road, Wakefield
  • Barker R. H. & Co., knitting worsted mfrs. Thornes Mill
  • Bracken John, mill foreman
  • Carr Mrs. Jane, shopkeeper
  • Carr Joseph, shopkeeper & coal dealer, Greaves' Yard
  • Clarke George, head gardener at The House
  • Daish Edwin J. time keeper
  • Denton James, warehousement
  • Dobson Walter, manager, Willow Hall
  • Firth James, farmer
  • Forthergill Nathan, shopkeeper
  • Gaskell Chas.Geo.M., Esq., J.P., M.P. Thorner House
  • Handley John, farmer, Thornes Common
  • Hemingway John, overlooker
  • Hodgson & Simpson, soap mfrs. Calder Soap Works
  • Hughes Joseph, victualler, Queen's Arms
  • Illingworth Charles, warehouseman
  • Illingworth John, tailor
  • Jessop Rowland, butcher; h Field Lane, Wakefield
  • Jubb George, joiner and builder
  • Jubb John, farmer
  • Jubb Miss Sarah Ann
  • Kitson Miss Charlotte, mistress Thornes Infant School
  • Lang Jno., rope mfr. (Cradock & Co.), Wakefield; h Thornfield
  • Laycock Thomas, overlooker
  • Leighton William, victualler, Bishop Blaize
  • Lewis Rev. W.A., vicar
  • Longley Henry, butcher, Peel Place
  • North Mr. John, Gaskell Villas
  • Oakes Mrs -, Beehive Cottage
  • Pilkington Mrs. Barbara
  • Rogerson Christopher, cashier
  • Rusby William, horse keeper
  • Sampson Joseph, tailor
  • Seeds Briggs, farmer, Peel Place
  • Shaw Benjamin, foreman engineer
  • Speight Misses Ann & Mary
  • Speight james, corn miller (S. & Tunicliffe) Wakefield
  • Thornes Industrial Co-operative Soc. (lim.), grocers and drapers; Samuel Balmforth, manager
  • Varley John, greengrocer Green End
  • Vaughan John, architect & clerk of works, Gaskell Villas
  • Walburn J. T., farmer
  • Wilby Henry Lee, mill manager
  • Wright Frederick Henry, manager
  • Yates John, bookkeeper

Railway

  • - Great Northern Alverthorpe; J. Huddlestone, station master.

Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades
for HORBURY in White's Directory of 1887.

Post:

  • Post, Money Order and Telegraph Office and Savings Bank at Mr. Samuel Hall's, Queen Street. Letters arrive at 6.15 a.m. and 4.0 p.m. and are despatched at 9.35 a.m. and 7.0 a.m. week days only, via Wakefield. There is a Wall Letter Box at Horbury Bridge, cleared at 6.50 p.m. week days.

Miscellany of trades

  • Akeroyd Thomas, shopkeeper, Cluntergate
  • Akeroyd William, joiner & undertake, Tithe Barn street
  • Archer John William (A. Ritchie & Co.); h Gledhow Mount, Harehills Lane, Leeds
  • Archer Joshua, commercial traveller, Rose cottage
  • Archer Miss Margaret, dressmaker, Park Street
  • Archer Ritchie & Co., manufacturers of army & police cloths, Dudfleet Mill and at Millfield Mills
  • Armitage Benjamin, shopkeeper, School Lane
  • Armitage Charles, manager, Spring End Road
  • Armitage Henry, assistant overseer, etc., High Street
  • Armitage John, painter, paperhanger, glass & sign writer, and earthenware dealer, High Street
  • Armitage Joseph B. market gardener, Westfield Cottages
  • Armitage Joseph, (j) mule spinner, Back Lane
  • Armstrong Jeremiah, grocer, draper, provision and general dealer, Horbury Junction
  • Audsley Ezra, flock manufacturer manufacturer, Clungergate
  • Audsley George, woollen overlooker, Dudfleet
  • Audsley John, worsted mfr. Hall Cliffe Road; h Humber Place
  • Audsley Joseph, mill overlooker, Dudfleet
  • Audsley Robert, warehouseman, Park Street
  • Audsley Mrs. Sarah, monthly nurse, Highfield Road
  • Ayre John, foreman, railway waggon works, Quarry Hill
  • Baines Albert, manager, Dove cote Villa
  • Baines Mrs. Allen, Crossfield House
  • Baines, Mrs. Harriet, Tithe Barn Street
  • Baines Richard, worsted, fingering, lambswool, etc., mfr. Addingford Mill; h Spink Well House
  • Baines Wm. , tin and iron plate worker, grocer, draper, etc., Church Street
  • Barker Mrs. John
  • Barraclough Mrs. Ann, Ash View
  • Battye Amos, confectioner & sewing machine agt. High Street
  • Beaumont Mrs. Elizabeth, milliner, Jenkin Road
  • Beaumont John W., foreman mason, Jenkin Road
  • Bell John Edward, clerk, Club Houses
  • Bell Richard, fishmonger, Queen Street
  • Bell Mr. William, Victoria Street
  • Bennett Sam, dyer, Horbury Dye Works; h Ivy Cottage
  • Berry Benjamin, boot and shoe maker; High Street
  • Berry Benjamin, clerk, Stringer Lane
  • Berry George Moses, land agent, registrar of births and deaths, clerk to Horbury Local Board, and agent for the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Co.; h Laurel Bank
  • Berry William, beerhouse Cluntergate
  • Birch William, storekeeper, Millfield Cottage
  • Blacker John, wool sorter, Park Street
  • Blacker Mark, overlooker, Back lane
  • Blakeley Thomas, boot & shoe maker, Church Street
  • Booth Henry, shopkeeper, Cluntergate
  • Bostock Edwin, commercial traveller, Stringer lane
  • Bower John, pork butcher, Queen Street
  • Bower John, shopkeeper, Queen Street
  • Bradbury James, stone merchant, Quarry Hill
  • Braime John, wheelwright, New Road
  • Bray Miss Mary, Grove House
  • Broadhead Henry, victualler, Fleece, High Street
  • Brooke Arthur Wm. baker & confectioner, New Road
  • Brooke Mr. James, Back Lane
  • Brooke Matthew, shopkeeper, New Street
  • Brooke Miss Mary Ann Walker, Highfield Road
  • Brooke Wm. chief clerk, Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway, Wakefield Station; h Jenkin Road
  • Burdekin Mr. John, Hall Cliffe
  • Burton John, cowkeeper, Broad Cut
  • Butler John Talbot, butcher and farmer, Church Street
  • Butterworth Jas. Master St. Peter's National Schools & sec. to the Horbury Working Men's Conservative Association
  • Calton Alfred James, agent for the Prudential Assurance Co.(lim), School Lane
  • Carr John, manager, People's Hall; h Tithe Barn Street
  • Chadwick Jno., wool mert.(C. & Sons), Dewsbury; h Ashleigh
  • Chappell Charles ( T. & C.); h Park Street
  • Chappell George Preston, mason and builder, High Street
  • Chappell George Wilkinson, tin, copper, and iron plate worker, Queen Street
  • Chappell T. & C., hearthrug makers & rag dealers, Tithe Barn Street
  • Chappell Thomas (T. & C.).; h Park Street
  • Chappell Mr. William, Jenkin road
  • Chappell Wm., joiner, bldr & undertaker, Twitch Hl.; h High Street
  • Charlesworth Mrs. Judith Ann, Lydgate House, High Street
  • Charlesworth Matthew Henry, currier (Gill & Co.) Wakefield; h Lydgate House, High Street
  • Charlesworth Mr. Thomas Mitchell, New Road
  • Cook Henry, overlooker, Quarry Hill
  • Cotton Thomas, power-loom turner, Northfield Lane
  • Crabtree William, shoemaker, Park Street
  • Crawshaw Mrs. Margaret, hosier & smallware dealer, Queen Street
  • Crowther Benjamin & Sons, indigo and pattern dyers, Spring End
  • Crowther Benjamin jun. (& Sons); h Spring end
  • Crowther David (Benjamin & Sons); h Spring End
  • Crowther Joseph (Benjamin & Sons); h Spring End
  • Cumberland Miss Emma A., Tithe Barn Street
  • Davison William, sec. to Horbury Junction Iron Works
  • Dawson Hy. Percival, architect & surveyor, surveyor to Horbury Local Board & patentee of Dawson's sewer ventilating street lamp, Twitch Hl.; & Fair Ground Road, Wakefield
  • Day Edwin, clerk, High Street
  • Day John, manager, Westfield Road
  • Day Mr. Richard, Hall Croft
  • Dews David, worsted spinner, Dyehouse Mill
  • Dews Nathan, foreman engineer, Benton Hill
  • Dews Reuben, cowkeeper, Hall Cliffe
  • Dews Reuben, shopkeeper, Northgate
  • Dickinson John, solicitor, agent for Imperial Accident Assurance Co., High Street
  • Dixon Isaac, shopkeeper, Cluntergate
  • Dransfield Francis, greengrocer, School Lane
  • Earnshaw Geroge, mop manufacturer, Back Lane
  • Earnshaw John William, rag merchant, etc., High Street
  • Earnshaw Jph. & Son, flock manufacturers and woollen rag merchants, Hall Cliffe
  • Earnshaw Mrs. Mary Ann (Joseph & Son); h Hall Cliffe
  • Earnshaw Walter, manager, Jenkin Road
  • Edgecombe Mr. Robert Myers, Benton Hill
  • Eland Silas, cart owner, etc., Old Corn Mill
  • Ellis Francis, flock mfr. (F. & J. Ellis), Wakefield; h Northfield Lane
  • Ellis George, greengrocer, Northgate
  • Ellis John, shopkeeper, Spring End Road
  • Exley James, plasterer, etc., School Lane
  • Exley John & Son, cabinet makers, Queen Street
  • Exley John & Matthew (John & Son); h Queen Street
  • Fallas Geo.Wm. accountant's mng.clerk, Northfield Terrace
  • Fallas Hy.,bldr. Contactor & monumental mason, High Street
  • Fallas John, furniture dealer, Northgate and Wakefield
  • Fallas Walter, outfitter, Northgate
  • Fallas Mr. William, Victoria Street
  • Farrand Benjamin, grocer, flour & horse corn dealer, High Street
  • Farrar Geo.,chemist and druggist, Medical Hall, Queen Street
  • Fawcett Miss Amelia, shopkeeper, Westfield road
  • Fawcett Arthur, architect, etc., Wakefield; h The Crofts
  • Fawcett Thomas, foreman porter, Jenkin Road
  • Fawcett William, commercial traveller, Jenkin Road
  • Fernley George Briggs, commercial traveller, Jenkin Road
  • Fernsides Joshua, grocer, etc., Dewsbury; h Addingford Hill
  • Field George, draper, High Street
  • Firth John, bookkeeper, Westfield Road
  • Fisher George, head gardener to Mrs. Parker
  • Fisher James, dealer in worsted, etc., Church Street
  • Fisher Mrs. Jane, cottager, Hall Cliffe
  • Fisher Joseph, beerhouse, Ossett Road
  • Fisher William, whitesmith, blacksmith, etc., Church Street
  • Flockton Coal Co. (lim.), colliery proprietors, Hartley Bank; Frederick Parkin, secretary
  • Foster Joshua, commercial traveller, Tithe Barn Street
  • Foster Robert, coal dealer and cart owner, Northgate
  • Fothergill Eli, grocer, etc., Northfield Lane
  • Frayn Rev. George, Wesleyan minister, The Crofts
  • Freeman Thomas, managing law clerk, Westfield Villas
  • Goodenough Miss Louisa, mother superior,Horbury House of Mercy
  • Gooder Miss Annis, dressmaker, Jenkin Road
  • Gooder David, bootmaker, Cluntergate
  • Gooder Mr. Henry, Back Lane
  • Gosnay Joseph Thos., saddler and harness maker, High Street
  • Gothard Bros., stone merchants, Horbury quarry
  • Gothard Oliver (Bros.); h Headlands, Ossett
  • Gothard Thomas (Bros.); h Dale Street, Ossett
  • Graham Ronald, secretary to Chas. Roberts & Co. (lim.), Northfield Villas
  • Greaves Mr. Edwin, Grange Villa
  • Greaves William, cowkeeper, Storr's Hill
  • Green George (G., W. & Co.); h Highfield
  • Green G. W. & Co., wool and shoddy merchants, Cluntergate; and York Place, Leeds
  • Green George William (G., W. & Co.); h Highfield
  • Green William Henry, foreman engineer, Cluntergate
  • Haigh Mr. Christopher, Westfield Villas
  • Haigh George, beerhouse, Cluntergate
  • Haigh Joseph, victualler, Calder Vale Hotel
  • Hall John, nurseryman and florist, Rose Nurseries
  • Hall Joseph, greengrocer, Northgate
  • Hall Joseph, greengrocer, Vicar Lane
  • Hall Saml., printer, bookseller, stationer, nesagent, agent for Horniman's Tea, agent for Perth Dye Works, and sub-postmaster, Queen Street
  • Halliley William, manager, Horbury Junction
  • Hampshire John, rag merchant, Twitch Hill
  • Hampshire William, beerhouse, Quarry Hill
  • Hampson Richard, tobacconist, High Street
  • Hargreaves Edwin, pork butcher, Church Street
  • Hargreaves Mrs. Sarah, Tithe Barn Street
  • Hargreaves Mr. William, Southfield
  • Harrap Benjn., draper, wholesale and retail dealer in wools, worsteds, hosiery and smallwares, Queen Street, & Wakefield Borough Market
  • Harrap Tom, worsted spinner (H.Bros.), Ossett; h Spring End Road
  • Harrison Hiram, bootmaker, Cluntergate
  • Harrop Charles, manager (mill), Park Cottage
  • Harrop George (& Sons); h Rock House
  • Harrop Joshua, Chestnut House
  • Hartley Charles, farmer, Castle Hill Farm
  • Hartley Mrs. Sarah, shopkeeper, Twitch Hill Street
  • Hemingway Mr. John, Occupation Road
  • Hemingway John Wm., greengrocer, Westfield Cottage
  • Hemingway Levi, tailor, woollen draper, & outfitter, Church Street
  • Hill Henry, overlooker, Hall Cliffe
  • Himsworth William, butcher, Queen Street
  • Hindle Enos, ironmonger, etc., High Street
  • Hirst Enoch, beerhouse, Ossett road
  • Holdsworth Amos, foreman cloth drawer, Cluntergate
  • Holdsworth Thomas, overlooker, Addingford
  • Holland Henry, shopkeeper and cart owner, Northgate
  • Holt Edmund, solicitor (Holt & Sons), com. to administer oaths; h West House
  • Holt & Sons, solicitors, Highfield Road; and Dewsbury
  • Horbury Co-operative Society (lim.), grocers, drapers, bootmakers, butchers, etc., High Street; Edwin Bostock, secretary; J. W. Laughton, manager
  • Horbury Junction Iron Co.(lim.) mfrs. Of bar, rod, plate and sheet iron and steel, and all kinds of Railway iron; Wm. Davison, secretary; A. Horsfield, manager
  • Horner David, hairdresser, New Road
  • Horsfield Arthur, manager, High Bank
  • Hoycard Samuel, tea dealer, Standard Wells
  • Humphrey John, foreman maltster, Club Houses
  • Ineson William, victualler, Wool Pack
  • Inman John, yarn manufacturer, Westfield Road
  • Isaacs Rev. Frederick Wm., curate, Parish Church
  • Jackson John, market gardener, Cluntergate
  • Jagger William, coal agent, Quarry Hill
  • Johnson Mr. Samuel, Cliffe Cottage
  • Johnson William, grocer and draper, Cluntergate
  • Kemp Benjn.,M.R.C.S.E.,L.S.A.,med. Officer to Local Board, med. Office and vaccintn. officer for the Horbury dist. Of Wakefield Union, and certifying surgeon under the Factories Act, High Street
  • Kershaw Mrs. Fanny, Cluntergate
  • Lamb Benjamin, manager, Co-operative Boot Stores, Park Street
  • Larrad Mrs. Ann, grocer and provision dealer, Queen Street
  • Larrad Frederick George, clerk, Addingford
  • Laughton Joseph William, manager, High Street
  • Law Joe, butcher, High Street
  • Law John, butcher and farmer, Queen Street
  • Law Joseph, butcher, Spring End
  • Law Mrs. Mary, butcher, Queen Street
  • Laycock Eli, shopkeeper and joiner, Cluntergate
  • Laycock Mr. James, Westfield Road
  • Laycock James, overlooker, Jenkin Road
  • Leader John, printer and bookbinder, New Road
  • Lee, Nephew & Sons, wool extractors, Millfield Mills; and Earlsheaton
  • Lee Alexander S. (L.,, Nephew & Sons);h Earlsheaton
  • Lee Arthur S.(L., Nephew & Sons); h Earlsheaton
  • Lindley Miss Louisa, Cluntergate
  • Littlewood Wm.A.,wheelwright, joiner and undertaker, High Street
  • Lloyd James, clock and watch maker, Queen Street
  • Lockwood Joseph, secretary to John Naylor & Co.(lim.),colliery proprietors, Alverthorpe, etc.,;h Queen Street
  • Low George, cart owner, Cluntergate
  • McIntyre Robert, commercial traveller, Westfield Road
  • Man Mrs.Ann, maltster, etc.(A.& R. Mann), Wakefield; h The Crofts
  • Marshall John, Liveral registration agent, Park Street
  • Marshall William,, cart owner, Storr's Hill
  • Martin Charles William, butcher, Queen Street
  • Micklethwaite Rev.Arthur James, M.A.,chaplain to the Horbury House of Mercy
  • Milner Philip, boot and shoe maker, and organist Horbury Wesleyan Chapel, Queen Street
  • Mitchell Benjamin, shopkeeper, Cluntergate
  • Mitchell George, rag merchant, Ossett; h Ossett Road
  • Mitchell Rev.John, Primitive Methodist minister, Westfield House
  • Moody William, clerk, Westfield Road
  • Moore George, shopkeeper, Spring End Road
  • Mortimer William, master, Gaskell's Endowed School
  • Morton Joseph, shopkeeper, Spring End Road
  • Morton Miss Priscilla Garratt, hall Cliffe House
  • Mounlding John Wm.,farmer and cowkeeper, Grove cottage
  • Moultrie Rev.Bernard, B.A.,curate, Parish Church
  • Musgreave Samuel, cart owner, Vicar Lane
  • Naylor Joseph, foreman platelayer, Benton Hill
  • Naylor William Greenwood, rage merchant, Northgate
  • Needham John H. master, Wesleyan Day School, Cross Street
  • Nell Alfred, cashier, South View
  • Nellist John, commercial traveller, Westfield Villas
  • Nettleton Alfred, greengrocer, Northgate
  • Nettleton William Myers, butcher, Green lane Cottage
  • Newsome John, printer, Northgate
  • Noble John, overlooker, Northgate
  • Ogilvie Mrs. Ann, cluntergate
  • Ogilvie George, tailor, woollen draper, etc., High Street
  • Oldroyd Mr. Edward, Cliffe House
  • Padget Andrew, (j) cloth finisher, Jenkin Road
  • Parker Mrs. Mary Ann, Carr Lodge
  • Parkin Mr. George, Vicar Lane
  • Pearson Mr. George Elliott, Fairfield House
  • Penrose Richard, foreman boiler maker, high Street
  • Pickard Miss Emma, shopkeeper and beer retailer, Northgate
  • Pinder George, foreman waggon builder, Horbury Junction
  • Poppleton Mr. Fracis, Jenkin House
  • Poppleton Richard, jun.(Richard); h West View
  • Preston George, cowkeeper, Junction Lane
  • Prosser Thos. Francis, foreman roll turner
  • Prosser Mr. William, Walker Lane
  • Quarmby Mrs. Ann, High Street
  • Quarmby Wm.,draper and auctioneer,Cluntergate
  • Quarmby Wm. Dawson, high bailiff Dewsbury County Court, Westfield Road
  • Race Mr. Richard, Tanfield House
  • Race Thomas, farmer, Northfield House
  • Race William Thomas, farmer, Willow Grove
  • Radley Geo.Hy., oil, soap, etc., com.agent, Westfield Villas
  • Radley Joseph, market gardener, Highfield Road
  • Radley Thomas, earthenware, etc. dealer, Vicar lane
  • Ramsden Chas.Wm., watchmaker, Wakefield; h Benton hill
  • Rayner Geo. Beecroft, flannel and blanker mfr., Peel Mill
  • Rayner James, market gardener
  • Redfern Thomas, tailor, Park Street
  • Rhodes Mrs. Ann, shopkeeper, high Street
  • Rhodes Charles, blanker mfr. Dewsbury; h Jenkin House
  • Richardson Thomas Moulding, ironmonger, etc., Church Street
  • Richardson William, colliery check-weighman, Northgate
  • Rider Wm. stationmaster, Horbury Junction Railway Station
  • Riley Charles, basket maker, Northgate
  • Riley William, dealer in new and secondhand clothes and general outfitter, Cluntergate
  • Robb Thomas, flock mfr. Spa Mill, Ossett; h Iona Lodge
  • Roberts Charles & Co. (lim.), railway waggon builders, Railway Waggon Works; R. Graham, secretary
  • Roberts Charles, Esq., managing director (Charles R. & Co. (lim.); h Stone Bridge House
  • Roberts George, rent and debt collector, etc., Queen Street
  • Roberts Matthew, commercial traveller, Northfield Villas
  • Robinson Albert, commercial traveller, Occupation Road
  • Robinson John, jobbing gardener, Jenkin Road
  • Rushforth William, newsagent and tobacconist, Church Street
  • Rushworth Mrs. Sarah Ann, shopkeeper, Church Street
  • Schofield Bros. win.mfrs. & lambswood yarn spinners, Peel Mill
  • Schofield Edward, plumber, glazier, etc., Tithe Barn Street
  • Schofield Edwin (Bros.); h Dovecote House
  • Schofield John, plumber, glazier and gasfitter
  • Schofield John, manager, High Street
  • Schofield William (Bros.); h High Street
  • Scott Walter, clerk, Highfield Road
  • Senior Richard, greengrocer, Northgate
  • Sharp Rev.Canon, Vicar of Horbury & Surrogate, The Vicarage
  • Shepherd Mr. Edward, Milnfield
  • Shepley Joshua, beerhouse, High Street
  • Shires Mr. George, Humber Place
  • Simons William, storekeeper, Horbury Junction
  • Singleton Miss Sarah, mistress of St. Peter's Infants' School; h Tithe Barn Street
  • Smith Joshua Collitt, chemist and druggist, and agent for Messrs. W. & A. Gilbey's wines & spirits, High Street
  • Smith Mrs. Lucy, milliner and dressmaker, Cluntergate
  • Stanger Charles Frederick, agent for the Prudential Assurance Co. (lim.) Queen Street
  • Stannard Robert, victualler, King's Arms
  • Stephenson Benjamin, cashier, Hall Cliffe
  • Stewart Miss Marie L.,mistress, St. Peter's Girls' School; h New Road
  • Strafford Joseph, market gardener, Back Lane
  • Stringer Mrs. Mary, Westfield Villas
  • Sunderland Robert, cloth manufacturer, Spring End
  • Sykes James, beerhouse, Queen Street
  • Sykes Wm. saddler, mfr. of cricket bats, footballs, etc. High Street
  • Taylor Mrs. Blanche, draper and milliner, High Street
  • Taylor Joseph, beerhouse, Cherry Tree Inn, Church Street
  • Taylor Thomas, coal merchant, Highfield Road; h High Street
  • Teall Allan, cabinet maker, Westfield Road
  • Thickett John William, hairdresser, High Street
  • Thickett William, builder, contractor and monumental mason, Westfield Road
  • Thornton Geo., fruit, etc, merchant Wakefield; h Westfield Road
  • Thorpe Mrs. Alice, farmer, Stone Bridge farm
  • Thresh Mr. Edwin, Westfield Villa
  • Todd Thomas, herring curer, Cluntergate
  • Tottie John, cowkeeper, Spring End Road
  • Townend Geo., shopkeeper, flour and horse corn dealer, wholesale confectioner and German and Hamburg yeast imported, Park Street
  • Varley Mr. Charles, Ossett Road
  • Varley John, tinner and ironmonger, High Street
  • Wade Asher, mason and builder, Wakefield Road
  • Wainwright John, builder and contractor, Orchard Cottage
  • Wainwright Wm., shopkeeper and beer retailer, Jenkin Road
  • Walker James, earthenware dealer, Church Street
  • Walker James Mark, butcher Queen Street
  • Walker Joseph, butcher and farmer, Church Street
  • Walker Titus, boot clogger and repairer, Cluntergate, and at Crigglestone
  • Waller William, victualler, Navigation Inn
  • Ward Miss Annie S., milliner and dressmaker, Queen Street
  • Ward John, cottager, Back Lane
  • Ward John, shopkeeper, Queen Street
  • Webster Melanethon, manager, Queen Street
  • Wharton John, bootmaker, Queen Street
  • Wheatley John Henry, tailor, woollen draper, sewing machine agent, maker of cricketing and football trousers, knickerbockers, etc. High Street
  • White Mrs. Hannah, shopkeeper, High Street
  • White Henry, joiner, Northgate
  • White John, dairyman, High Street
  • White Joseph, shopkeeper, Park Street
  • White Mrs. Louisa, Northgate
  • Whittell Henry, grocer, etc., Quarry Hill
  • Widdop Charles, bookkeeper, Willow Cottage
  • Widdop John, commercial traveller, actuary to the Horbury Branch of the Yorkshire Penny Bank, New Road
  • Wild Henry, overlooker, Victoria Street
  • Wilion Benjn. Worsted mfr. Millfield Mills; h Wood Villa
  • Williams Rev.Evan Jones, Congregational minister, Back Lane
  • Wilson Daniel, shopkeeper, New Street
  • Wilson John W., draper, milliner & plumassier, Highfield Road
  • Wood Wm., draper, milliner, dressmaker and tobacconist, Queen Street
  • Woodcock Joseph, greengrocer and fishmonger, Queen Street
  • Wray James, law clerk, School Lane
  • Wray John, grocer, corn and provision dealer, Northgate
  • Wright Mrs. Emma, shopkeeper, Quarry Hill
  • Wright John, boot, etc., commission agent, Club Houses
  • Yates Thomas Lawrence, manager, Church Institute
  • Yelland Wm., bookmaker, cowkeeper, and parish clerk, Tithe Barn Street

HORBURY BRIDGE:

  • Baines James (Joseph & Sons); h Smeath House
  • Baines Joseph & Sons, mfrs. of Scotch fingering and other wools and worsted, Victoria Mill
  • Barker Mrs. Ann, Ford Houses
  • Barker Thomas ( Haigh B & B), commissioner to administer oaths; h Ashleigh
  • Bedmore Henry, victualler, Railway Hotel
  • Blakelock Rev. Ralph, M.A., vicar of St. John's
  • Broadbent Miss Hannah, mistress of St. John's School; h Leeds
  • Broadhead Hy. (S & H); h Haseldon House, York Street, Wakefield
  • Broadhead S. & H., mungo and shoddy manufacturersh and oil merchants, Ford Mills
  • Broadhead Samuel ( S. & H.); h Ossett
  • Charlesworth David, farmer
  • Charlesworth George Francis Turner, vict. Ship Inn, and proprietor of tea and pleasure gardens, Coxley Valley
  • Day Albert G. stationmaster Lancashire and Yorkshire, Horbury and Ossett Station.
  • Dickinson Miss Alice, milliner and dressmaker
  • Dixon Matthew, farmer
  • Firth Mrs. Elizabeth, mungo and shoddy mfr. Old Mill
  • Gott Geo., actuary Yorkshire Penny Bank, Horbury Bridge branch
  • Haigh, Barker & Barker, solicitors, agents for the North British and Mercantile and the West of England Fire and Life Assurance Offices, and at Dewsbury
  • Harrop Arthur (Geo. & Sons); h Ossett
  • Harrop George & Sons, woollen mfrs. Albion Mills
  • Harrop John (George & Sons); h Green house, Ossett
  • Hellawell Abraham, millwright
  • Hellawell William, foreman millwright
  • Kay John William, overlooker
  • Kennedy Horatio Nelson, wool extractor and woollen mfr. Navigation Mill; h Westfield House, Horbury
  • King John (Reid & K.); h Bridge House
  • Martin Edward, millwright, carpenter, etc.
  • Martin John, boat owner
  • Matthewman William, cart owner
  • Matthews George, beerhouse and cart owner
  • Moody Thomas, boat owner
  • Peaker George, coal merchant and boat owner
  • Peaker John, grocer and provision dealer
  • Pickard David, manufacturer of heavy and fancy woollens, Horbury Bridge Mills
  • Poppleton Richard, manufacturer of all kinds of knitting worsteds, Albert Mills; h Stone Cliffe House
  • Reid John (R. & King); h Ossett
  • Salmon Charles, victualler and farmer, Bingley Arms
  • Sanderson & Son, maltsters, and at Wakefield
  • Sheard Josiah, builder and contractor, and grocer
  • Stephenson George Edward, overlooker
  • Thorpe Joseph, millwright and timber merchant; h Well House, Golcar, Huddersfield
  • White Henry, foreman cloth fuller
  • Yorkshire Railway Waggon Co. (lim.) railway waggon lessors, etc.; William Henry Saville, secretary; Office, Barstow Square, Wakefield

Transcript of the entry of "professions and trades
for STANLEY in White's Directory of 1887.

Post,

  • Post, Money Order, and Telegraph Office and Savings Bank at Mr. J. Cheesbrough's, Stanley. Letters via Wakefield, arrive at 7 a.m. and despatched at 6.30 p.m. Post Office at Mr. Robert Green's, Newton Lane End. Box cleared at 6.15 p.m. There are Wall Letter Boxes at Lake Lock, Lofthouse, Carr Gate and Wrenthorpe. There is no delivery or despatch on Sundays.

Miscellany of trades

  • Abson John, farmer, Stanley lane End
  • Abson Jph. Butcher, grocer & provision dealer, Stanley Lane End
  • Amery Thomas P. woollen merchant (Padget & Co.), Leeds
  • Anderson John Henry, colliery engineman
  • Arnold Miss Harriet, dressmaker
  • Arundel Joseph, shopkeeper, Bottom Boat
  • Atkinson Charles, greengrocer, Ouchthorpe Lane
  • Baldwin Mrs. Sarah Jane, farmer, Ouchthorpe Lane
  • Barker George, farmer, Stanley Lane
  • Bastow John, manager, Ouchthorpe Lane
  • Beaumont Amos Walter, plumber, etc
  • Beaumont Mrs. Martha, plumber, etc
  • Bennett John, colliery manager, Park View
  • Bevers, Mrs. Sarah
  • Bewick Robert, foreman carpenter, Stanley Lake
  • Bonham, Rev. Charles, Congregational Minister, Zion House
  • Boothroyd John, foreman Aire & Calder Navigation, Stanley Lake
  • Boulton William, colliery banksman
  • Bracey Geo. W., dispenser, West Riding Asylum, Fieldhead
  • Bracey Mrs. Sarah, matron, W.R.L.Asylum, Convalescent Home, Fieldhead
  • Branely, Benjamin, dairyman, Stanley lane End
  • Brayshaw Miss Mary E., mistress Lee Moor Infants' School
  • Broomhead Christoper, grocer, draper, etc., Ouchthorpe Lane
  • Brown John, farmer, West Farm
  • Brown Peter, boot maker
  • Brown William, colliery deputy, Bottom Boat
  • Burrell Rev. Richard, M.A., vicar, The Viarage
  • Butterfield George, colliery deputy, Bottom Boat
  • Butterfield Seth, market gardener
  • Butterfield Mrs. Susannah, mistress St. Swithin's N.School
  • Butterfield Thomas, colliery deputy, Bottom Boat
  • Cairns John, market gardener, Stanley lane
  • Charlesworth Benjamin, colliery deputy, Providence House
  • Charlesworth Charles (J. & J. ), Moor House
  • Charlesworth J. & J., colliery proprietors, Victoria Haigh Moor
  • colliery, and Lofthouse
  • Charlesworth John B., Esq.(J.). (J. & J.); h Hatfield Hall
  • Cheesbrough James, joiner and wheelwright
  • Cheesbrough John, sub-postmaster
  • Cheetham Robert, twine manufacturer
  • Clegg Mrs. Isabella, victualler, Graziers
  • Clegg William, market gardener
  • Colton Frederick W., clerk
  • Cookson Albert, shopkeeper, Bottom Boat
  • Cookson James Henry (& Co.); The Hollies
  • Copley Samuel, beerhouse, Lee Moor
  • Cottage Hospital; Mrs. Kirkbridge, matron
  • Cox John, shopkeeper & victualler, Waggon & Horses
  • Crave William, market gardener, Bottom boat
  • Crawford James, vict. Prince of Wales, Ouchthorpe Lane
  • Cressey Henry, joiner, Ouchthorpe Lane
  • Croft Mrs. Mary, Fieldhead
  • Crossland George, market gardener, Stanley lane
  • Crossland Matthew, farmer and market gardener, Ouchthorpe Lane
  • Crossland Thomas, beerhouse, Baker lane
  • Crossley Thomas, victualler, Ship Inn, Bottom Boat
  • Curtis Thomas Brooks, farmer
  • Davis Richard, colliery underviewer, Stanley Ferry
  • Davison John, foreman coal shipper, Stanley Ferry
  • Dews Nathan, manager, Wakefield Waterworks pumping station
  • Dickinson Thomas, vict. Ship Inn, Stanley Ferry
  • Eggleshaw Miss Mary, mistress St. Peter's girls school
  • Elliott Miss Sarah
  • Elliott Thomas, farmer,Bottom Boat
  • Elliott William, farmer, Welbeck
  • Errington John,market gardener
  • Farrar Leeming, colliery deputy
  • Faux Benjamin, blacksmith
  • Field William, colliery deputy, Bottom Boat
  • Firth Ben, shopkeeper, Lee Moor
  • Fisher Miss Rose, nurse W.R.L.Asylum Convalescent Home, Field Head
  • Fleck Jas, T. thread & twine mfr.Stanley Mill;h Lake Lodge
  • Fleck Harry, clerk
  • France Hoole, foreman twine maker, Stanley mill
  • Garratt Herbert, shopkeeper, Stanley Ferry
  • Garthwaite John G., clerk, Fairburn Cottage, Stanley lane End
  • Gilderdale Septimus, boat hauler, Stanley Ferry
  • Gill Samuel, beerhouse
  • Goulthorpe Charles, shopkeeper, Lee Mount
  • Goulthorpe Edward, vict. Ship Inn, Lee Moor
  • Goulthorpe Mrs. Elizabeth, shopkeeper, Lee Moor
  • Green George, farmer, Parkside Farm
  • Haigh Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Haldane James Henry, farmer, Clarke Hall
  • Hall Edward, florist
  • Hall Matthew, colliery manager, Rook's nest
  • Hanson John, shopkeeper, Ouchthorpe Lane
  • Hargreaves Mrs. Maria, shopkeeper, Stanley Lane End
  • Hargreaves William, butcher, Ouchthorpe Lane
  • Hartley Richard, florist
  • Hawkes John Christopher, farmer
  • Hepburn John, clerk, Church Villas
  • Hinchliffe Frederick,, manager, Stanley Lane End
  • Hines David, spice etc. dealer
  • Holdsworth Robert M., clerk
  • Holmes William, shopkeeper
  • Holmes William & Charles, joiners, Lake Lock
  • Horner Thomer, shopkeeper, Baker Lane
  • Horris thomas, colliery deputy
  • Howarth Fred G., maltster (Bros.) Wakefield;h Stanley Grange
  • Humphrey William, market gardener, The Poplars
  • Hutchinson Nathan, aqueduct keeper, Stanley Ferry
  • Jennings Mrs. Emma, chapel keeper, Lee Mount
  • Jones Thomas, colliery deputy
  • Kirkbride James, market gardener
  • Land James, twine manufacturer
  • Logan Mrs. Mary, shopkeeper
  • Lumb George, shopkeeper, Bottom Boat
  • Macaulay James, market gardener, Newmarket Gate
  • Mallison Benjamin, vict. British Oak, Stanley
  • Mapplebeck Abraham, clerk
  • Marshall John, shopkeeper, etc., Stanley Lane End
  • Matthewman John Henry, clerk
  • Matthewman Joseph, proprietor of private school for young
  • gentlemen, Stanley Hall
  • Midlane Walter, asylum attendant, Stanley Green Ferry
  • Millthorpe John, highway foreman
  • Moore Mrs. Matilda, farmer
  • Moxon Mrs. Ellen, shopkeeper, Stanley Lane
  • Nash John, colliery deputy
  • Nettleton Arthur, farmer, Stanley Lane
  • Nettleton John, bricklayer and builder, church Villas
  • Nettleton Mr. Peter, Stanley Lane
  • Nettleton Thos. Turner, vict. Ferry Boat Inn, Bottom Boat
  • Noble John Henry, warehouseman
  • Norbury Eugene, asylum attendant
  • Norbury William, foreman joiner
  • Pape Luke William, farmer
  • Parkinson james, waterworks manager, Field Head
  • Raby William, beerhouse, Stanley Lane End
  • Ramsden Joseph, colliry deputy
  • Rawling Thomas, beerhouse, lake lock
  • Rennison George, shopkeeper
  • Roberts Samuel, market gardener
  • Rowbottom John, Heywood Arms, Stanley Ferry
  • Sampson George, shopkeeper, Lee Moor
  • Schofield Mr. Timothy, Stanley lane
  • Shelton Fredk. B., station master, Stanley Station
  • Shepherd Frederick, shopkeeper and beer retailer
  • Sidwell Charles, farmer, Ouchthorpe Lane
  • Sidwell Mr. William, Ouchthorpe Lane
  • Slater Henry, cashier, Stanley Green
  • Smith Edwin, victualler, Masons' Arms, Bottom Boat
  • Smith George, beerhouse, Stanley Lane End
  • Smith Joseph, beerhouse, Stanley Lane End
  • Smith Arthur Denison, solicitor (Harrison, Beaumont & S.)Wakefield; h Fernleigh
  • Smith Thomas, market gardener, Lake Lock
  • Steele Thomas, tailor and parish clerk
  • Stewart Charles, secretary & general manager to the Victoria Coal & Coke Co.(lim.);h Grove Cottage
  • Still Miss Susannah, mistress St. Alban's Infants' School
  • Tate William, foreman bricklayer, Lee Moor
  • Taylor James Edmund, master St. Peter's School
  • Taylor Mrs. Hannah, mistress St. Peter's Infants's School
  • Teasdale John, beerhouse, Stanley Lane
  • Teasdale John Thomas, butcher
  • Thompson John Cusworth, boat owner, Church Lane
  • Underwood Wm., victualler, Thatched House Tavern
  • Vickers Hy. Grocer, etc., Stanley Lane End; h Wakefield
  • Victoria Coal & Coke (lim.), colliery proprietors, Victoria Colliery; Charles Stewart, secretary and manager
  • Walshaw Josiah, colliery weighman, Ouchthorpe Lane
  • Ward Thomas, coal agent, Stanley Ferry
  • Westerman William, market gardener, Bottom Boat
  • West Riding Lunatic Asylum Convalescent Home, Field Head; Mrs. Sarah Bracey, matron
  • Whitehead William, beerhouse Stanley Lane
  • Wilcock Richard, farmer, Park Lodge
  • Wilkinson Christopher, butcher, Lee Moor
  • Wilkinson Richard, foreman engine fitter, Ouchthorpe Lane
  • Wood Benjamin, victualler, Ferry Boat Inn, Stanley Ferry
  • Woodcock Boston, bank cashier, Field Head
  • Wright Joseph, beerhouse, Bottom Boat Lane
  • Wright William Cookson, shopkeeper, Bottom Boat

OUTWOOD ALPHABETICAL:

  • Abson Mrs. Annie
  • Ackroyd Benjamin, joiner, etc
  • Appleyard Alfred (A. & Dickinson)
  • Appleyard & Dickinson, joiners and builders, Lofthouse Gate
  • Armitage John, manager, Church Lane
  • Armitage Thomas, bricklayer, builder and brick manufacturer
  • Arundel Mrs. Elizabeth, The Lawns
  • Arundel Squire, cart owner, the Lawns
  • Arundel Thomas, market gardener, Lawns Lane
  • Arundel William, colliery deputy
  • Ashton Mrs. Fanny, beerhouse, Lofthouse Gate
  • Asquith William, colliery deputy, Newton Hill
  • Atack Joseph, Leeds and Wakefield Carrier
  • Aynsley Robert, clerk
  • Barker Amos, colliery deputy, Newton Hill
  • Barker Thomas, painter and paperhanger
  • Barnsley Frederick, colliery underviewer, 2 Newstead Terrace
  • Bell George, coal inspector, 8 Newstead Terrace
  • Binks John, bricklayer and builder, Coach Road cottages
  • Boothroyd Thomas, cowkeeper
  • Boyes John, farmer
  • Briggs Thomas, colliery stoneman, 12 Newstead Terrace
  • Briggs William Glover, farmer, Red Hall
  • Broadhead Adam, engineman, Lingwell Gate
  • Broadhead William, cowkeeper
  • Brown Mr. John, Lofthouse Gate
  • Brown Thomas, shopkeeper, Newton hill
  • Burton George, colliery deputy, Lofthouse Gate
  • Burton William, colliery deputy, 11 Newstead Terrace
  • Bywater Rev. Thos. Henry, M.A. vicar, The Vicarage
  • Cairns Joseph, shopkeeper, Coach Road
  • Carter Henry Mark, brewer (C. & Sons), Wakefield; h Outwood Hall
  • Chappell John, farmer, Springfield Farm
  • Chappell Mr. William, Lingwell Gate
  • Clark Rev. George Herbert, curate, St. Mary Magdalene
  • Colbeck William, grocer, etc., Lofthouse Gate
  • Colley William, butcher
  • Cookson J. H. & Co., alum. manufacturers, West Yorkshire Alum Works, Lofthouse
  • Cooper James, farmer, Lofthouse Gate
  • Crewe Alfred, bootmaker, Lawns Lane
  • Davis John, master, Outwood Board School
  • Dawson William, farmer, Lingwell Gate
  • Dickinson Mrs. Ann, farmer
  • Dobson James William, cashier, 3 Newstead Terrace
  • Dobson John Herbert, butcher, Lofthouse Gate
  • Dobson Joseph, rope & twine mfr., Outwood Rope Works
  • Dobson Mrs. Sarah Ann, wine manufacturer
  • Earnshaw Thomas, timber agent, Lofthouse Gate
  • Farrar Mrs. Elizabeth, Lingwell Gate
  • Farrar George, cottager, Lingwell Gate
  • Farrar Mr. John, Rock House
  • Finney Henry, clerk, Lawns Lane
  • Forrest Robert, colliery steward, Newton Lane End
  • Foulstone Charles, foreman plate layer, Lawns Lane
  • Foxton John, farm manager, Outwood Hall Farm
  • Gill Charles Edward, market gardener, Newton Moor Farm
  • Grant Miss Elizabeth, Outwood Cottage
  • Green Mr. Robert
  • Green John, cart owner
  • Green Robert, grocer and provision dealer and sub-postmaster, Newton Lane End
  • Green Walter, shopkeeper and beer retailer, Springfield Terrace
  • Gresswell Thomas, lamp, etc, repairer, Lingwell Gate
  • Hall John, shopkeeper, etc., Lingwell Gate
  • Hall Tom, shopkeeper, Orchard Place
  • Hallas Tom, cart owner & shopkeeper, Newton Lane End
  • Hamerton Mr. Joseph
  • Hand Jabez, cowkeeper
  • Hanson Mrs. Jane
  • Hartley Alfred, painter, etc. Ledger Lane
  • Hartley Mr. Eli, Ledger Lane
  • Hartley Mrs. Emma, Ledger Lane
  • Hartley Henry, beerhouse keeper, Nightingale Inn
  • Hartley James, shopkeeper
  • Hartley Lemuel, vict. Victoria Hotel, Newton Lane End
  • Hartley Miss Mary, dressmaker, Newton Lane End
  • Hartley Mr. Richard, Ledger Lane
  • Hartley Wm., agent for the Prudential Assurance Co. (lim.) and deputy registrar of births and Deaths for the Stanley district of Wakefield union, Albert Place
  • Hartley William, market gardener, Sitwell Place
  • Hay Thomas, colliery deputy, 10 Newstead Terrace
  • Head Miss Agatha E., Board School mistress, Lingwell Gate
  • Hemingway Edward, carrier to Wakefield and Leeds, Lofthouse Gate
  • Hemingway Ezra, butcher, shopkeeper and beer retailer, Lofthouse Gate
  • Hemingway Walter, agent for the Wesleyan and General Assurance
  • Society, Lofthouse Gate
  • Hepworth Friend Haigh, tailor
  • Hesling George, plasterer, etc., Lofthouse Gate
  • Hirst Thomas, tailor, Lingwell Gate
  • Hodgson Miss Kate, Infant's Board School mistress
  • Holliley William, colliery deputy, Albert Place
  • Horsfield Mrs. Mary, beerhouse
  • Illingworth George, victualler, Sun Inn
  • Illingworth John, butter and egg factor, Ledger Lane
  • Illingworth Wm., shopkeeper, lamp and lamp oil dealer, Ledger Lane
  • Jowitt John Edward, law clerk, Newton Hill
  • Lawton Seth, shopkeeper
  • Leather George, shopkeeper and blacksmith, Newton Lane End
  • Lee Joseph, clerk
  • Lloyd Thomas, market gardener, The Lawns
  • Lockwood Joseph, shopkeeper, Lofthouse Gate
  • Lodge Mr. John
  • Lofthouse colliery (lim.), coal owners; Samuel Bottomley, secretary;
  • Matthew Hall, manager
  • Longdin John, curator, outwood Cemetery and monumental mason
  • MacArthur Duncan, L.R.C.P. Edin. & L.F.P.S. Glas., physician and surgeon, medical officer and public vaccinator for Stanley-cum-Wrenthorpe, Carlton
  • Lofthouse and Thorpe, and surgeon to the Lofthouse Colliery (lim.), Poplar Cottage
  • Marley Michael, colliery deputy, 5 Newstead Terrace
  • Mennell Thomas, coal traveller, Langford Place
  • Meridith Frederick, colliery deputy, Newton hill
  • Middleton Edwin, commercial traveller, Beech Holme
  • Moody William, horse keeper
  • Moor Edward, police sergeant
  • Moxon George, joiner
  • Moxon Henry, blacksmith
  • Newton John, beerhouse
  • Oakland Mrs. Ellen, shopkeeper, Newton Lane End
  • Ovenden Martin, miner, Lingwell Gate
  • Overend Wm., colliery deputy, 9 Newstead Terrace
  • Pearson Joseph, vict. Star, Lofthouse Gate
  • Pollard Benjamin, shopkeeper, Lingwell Gate
  • Posket Isaac, shopkeeper
  • Powell Richard, market gardener, Newton Hill
  • Pullon Mr. John, Lawns House
  • Ramsden Mrs. Mary, market gardener, Grand Stand
  • Rhodes Christopher, shopkeeper and beer retailer, Newton Lane End
  • Robinson Thomas Perkin, printer and publisher, Wakefield; h Blacker Lodge
  • Rushforth Anthony, colliery stoneman, 7 Newstead Terrace
  • Schofield John Edward, victualler, Railway Hotel
  • Scott Matthew, butcher, Wakefield Borough Market
  • Senior Fergus, colliery fireman, 6 Newstead Terrace
  • Sharphouse George, butcher
  • Sharphouse J. & J., butter and egg factors, Lofthouse Gate
  • Sharphouse John & Joseph (J. & J.); h Lofthouse Gate
  • Shires Hiram, foreman carpenter
  • Slater William, shopkeeper, Lofthouse Gate
  • Speight George Hy., colliery weighman, Newton Lane End
  • Spurr Joseph, foreman farmer, Gregson Cottage
  • Spurr Thomas, farmer, Blacker House
  • Steel Edward, shopkeeper, Church Lane
  • Steel Mrs. Elizabeth, shopkeeper
  • Steel William, cart owner, Lofthouse Gate
  • Steeples Mrs. Ruth, beerhouse and wine retailer
  • Sugden John, victualler, The Woodman
  • Swaine Chas., market gardener & yeast merchant, Newton Lane End
  • Taylor John, foreman railway shunter, Lingwell Gate
  • Taylor Samuel, shopkeeper and beer retailer, Newton Hill
  • Teasdale John, butcher, Lofthouse Gate
  • Thompson Augustus John George, greengrocer
  • Todner Thos., colliery engineman, 1 Newstead Terrace
  • Tomlinson Henry, cart owner, Ledger Lane
  • Tuffley Silas, station master, Lofthouse and Outwood railway station
  • Vinter Elijah, boot maker
  • Wainwright Harry, assist. master Board School, Ledger Lane
  • Wallis Isaac G., hosier, etc., Wakefield; h Newton Lodge
  • Ward John, shopkeeper
  • Webster Henry, shopkeeper, Bridge Cottages, Lofthouse Gate
  • Webster Herbert, teacher of music and agent for the Wesleyan and General Assurance Society, Bridge Cottages, Lofthouse Gate
  • Whiteley Mrs. Katharine, Outwood House
  • Wild John, shopkeeper, Ledger Lane
  • Williams Edward, colliery deputy 4 Newstead Terrace
  • Wilson Miss Martha Ellen, mistress Girls' Board School
  • Winter Surr Joseph, carting agent, Orchard Lane
  • Wood George, cowkeeper, Lofthouse Gate
  • Wood George, shopkeeper, Newton Hill
  • Wright Enos, bricklayer
  • Wright Mr. John, Ledger Lane

WRENTHORPE ALPHABETICAL:

  • Appleyard Mrs. Mary, dressmaker
  • Asquith Benjamin., market gardener, Carr Gate
  • Asquith Mrs. Mary, Carr Gate
  • Asquith Mrs. Sophia, market gardener, Carr Gate
  • Asquith Thos., fruit and potato merchant, Wakefield Boro' market;h
  • Melbourne Cottage
  • Batty Joseph Shillito, shopkeeper
  • Birkin Charles, boot and shoe maker
  • Boyes Geo. farmer, Wrenthorpe Farm
  • Brook George, market gardener
  • Brown Albert, beerhouse, Bragg Lane
  • Brown Benjamin, market gardener, Carr Gate
  • Calvert Jame,s, cowkeeper, Bragg Lane
  • Charlton Mrs. Adelaide, shopkeeper
  • Clarke Joseph, twine maker
  • Eccles Thos., cattle dealer, Carr Gate
  • Ellis Miss Martha, shopkeeper, Carr Gate
  • Firth Joseph, travelling draper
  • Ford Richard, foreman nurseryman
  • Frost Mark, shopkeeper
  • Furness Abraham, victualler, Bay Horse
  • Furness Edward, cowkeeper, Carr Gate
  • Gill Joe S., farmer, White House Farm
  • Gill Joseph, greengrocer
  • Greenwood Solomon, victualler, Malt Shovel
  • Heald John, horse dealer, Carr Gate
  • Hebden Miss Rebecca, beerhouse
  • Hemingway Mrs. Elizabeth, market gardener, Carr Gate
  • Heptinstall Alfred Wm., market gardener
  • Hudson Henry, coal dealer and cart owner
  • Jackson Francis, butter factor, Carr Gate
  • Jaques George, market gardener
  • Jones Miss Eleanor, mistress infants' dept., Wrenthorpe Board School
  • Land Mr. Thomas
  • Lumb Benjamin, shopkeeper
  • Lumb William, overlooker
  • Marsland Joseph, clerk
  • Meadows Mrs. Jane, coal dealer
  • Moore John W., master Wrenthorpe Board School;h Wrenthorpe Farm
  • Parkin John, bootmaker
  • Parkin John, butcher, and at Wakefield Shambles
  • Parkin Joseph, cowkeeper, Bradford Road
  • Parkin Joseph, tobacconist
  • Pearson Wm., market gardener and farmer, Broom Hall
  • Puckle Rev. Thomas John, M.A., vicar, The Vicarage
  • Richardson Jas., shopkeeper & beer retailer
  • Roberts Henry, shopkeeper
  • Roberts William, twine maker
  • Schofield George, pork butcher
  • Sharp Mr. William
  • Smith John, grocer and draper
  • Swaine Abel, victualler, Wheel Inn
  • Thomas Mr. Joseph
  • Towlerton Miss Maria, grocer, etc
  • Ward Eli, market gardener and dairyman
  • Whiteley Joseph, shopkeeper, Bragg Lane
  • Wild Frank, tobacconist, etc
  • Wild John, shopkeeper
  • Wild William, victualler, Royal Oak Inn
  • Woffenden John, victualler, Malt Shovel, Carr Gate
  • Wood George, shopkeeper, Carr Gate
  • Worfolk Mr. David, Sycamore Cottage
  • Wright William, shopkeeper
  • Wroe James, farmer, Carr Gate
  • Wroe Mr. Joseph, Carr Gate
  • Railway - (Great Northern) Stanley Station, Frederick B. Shelton, stationmaster; Outwood and Lofthouse Station, Silas Tuffley, stationmaster

Transcribed by Eileen Kirkham, ©2001


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