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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for THORP ARCH in Baines's Directory of 1823.

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Post-Office.

  • Letters are conveyed to Thorp Arch and Boston from Wetherby every morning. John Smith, the letter carrier, arrives at 1.0 o'clock, and returns immediately after circulating the letters.

  • Those marked thus * are residents in Thorpe Arch and those without the mark in Boston.

Gentry &c.:

  • Atkinson Rev. William, M. A. Holborn
  • Atkinson Miss, gentlewoman *
  • Bainbridge Henry, surgeon, Moor end
  • Baker Rev. John, L. L. B. vicar of All Saints *
  • Banks William, white and wine cooper, dish turner, and basket maker, Moor end
  • Bateson Joseph, dish turner and cooper *
  • Beverley Charles, butcher *
  • Birdsall Sarah, grocer, Holborn
  • Boddington Rev. Thomas, gentlemen's seminary, Holborn
  • Boothby Mrs. Mary, lodging house, Holborn
  • Bownas Thomas, gent. Clifford street
  • Broadley Mrs. gentlewoman, Holborn
  • Brown James, blacksmith, Clifford street
  • Brownrigg Rev. Thomas, perpetual curate of Boston
  • Burnell John, brazier & tinner, Clifford street
  • Burnley Jonathan, corn miller, Low Mill, Holborn
  • Chippendale Abraham joiner & cabinet maker, Chapel street
  • Clark Thomas, boot & shoe maker
  • Clark Stephen, gardener, Moor end
  • Clark John, Esq. Holborn
  • Clarkson Thomas, millwright *
  • Cullingworth Henry, grocer & draper *
  • Dalby William, grocer & draper, Holborn
  • Dalby Elizabeth, dress maker, Holmes st.
  • Day William, lodging house, Holborn
  • Day John, stone mason, Holborn
  • Day William, stone mason, Holborn
  • Dixon Miss Mary, gentlewoman, Holborn
  • Easterby Mary, lodging house, Clifford street
  • Ellis Thomas, grocer & draper, Holborn
  • Farra Thomas, tailor & draper, Holborn
  • Farrer John, victualler: Red Lion Hotel, Holborn
  • Farrer John, butcher, Holborn
  • Foster John, boot & shoe maker, Clifford street
  • Gatliffe William, gent. Holborn.
  • Gibbon Stephen, farmer *
  • Gibbon Thomas, farmer *
  • Gossip Colonel Randal *
  • Gossip Mrs. Joanna, gentlewoman, Holborn
  • Green S. ladies' boarding school, Holborn
  • Hassalwood William, joiner, &c. Clifford street
  • Hawes Richard, tailor, Holmes street
  • Hawes Mary, baker and confectioner, Holmes street
  • Hebden Mrs. Sarah, gentwn. Holborn
  • Hornshaw John, farmer *
  • Huddleston Isaac, corn miller and farmer, Flint Mill *
  • Hutchinson Mrs. Elizabeth, gentlewn. Holborn
  • Jackson Joseph, excise officer
  • Johnson Mrs. gentlewoman, Holborn
  • King Miss, straw bonnet maker *
  • Lumb Mrs. Betty, lodging house
  • Marshall Miss, gentlewoman, Holborn
  • Mason Thomas, farmer *
  • Maud Michael, flax spinning mill *
  • M'Kenzie George Smith, gent. Holborn
  • Mountain William, joiner and carpenter, Clifford street
  • Moverley William, fishmongnr, Holborn
  • Nixon Thomas, (gentlemen's boarding school) Holborn
  • Nottingham John, gent. Holborn
  • Oldfield Miss Rachael, gentlewoman, Holborn
  • Paddy Thomas, John, gent. Holborn
  • Parbery Richard, farmer *
  • Peacup Rev. John, Moor end
  • Pearson Rosamond, school mistress, Clifford street
  • Pease T. B. merchant, Briggate
  • Perfect Grosvenor Esq., Holborn
  • Pickards James, tailor and draper, Chapel street
  • Poole Mrs. gentlewoman *
  • Powell Thomas, victualler: Rose and Crown, Holborn
  • Pulfrey Robert maltster, Holborn
  • Raynar Thomas, tailor, grocer & draper, Holborn
  • Read Thomas, gent. Holborn
  • Reed Mrs. (ladies' boarding and day school) Holborn
  • Richmond Mark, gardener, Moor end
  • Ridsdale Ann, dressmaker, Spa
  • Shann Misses, gentlewomen, Holborn
  • Sharrow Richard, boot & shoe maker, Holborn
  • Shaw Thomas, joint surveyor of Clifford high ways,
  • Shillito George, victualler: Star, Bramham
  • Skilbeck Mrs. Elizabeth, gentlewmn. Clifford
  • Spink Benjamin, shoe maker and hair dresser, Briggate
  • Stourton Hon. Edward Marmaduke, Holborn
  • Strickland George, Esq. Chesnut grove
  • Taite William, gent. Clifford street
  • Taite Joseph gent. Briggate
  • Thackray John and Horner, corn millers and farmers, Thorp mills *
  • Thomas John, gent. Holborn
  • Thurlwell John, stone mason *
  • Thurlwell William, stone mason *
  • Thurlwell Stephen, stone mason *
  • Tireman Richard, attorney,
  • Tricket William, schoolmaster and parish clerk
  • Turner John, wheelwright, &c.
  • Waddington Joseph, yeoman, Clifford
  • Waddington William Lee, yeoman, Clifford
  • Wells John, victualler: Admiral Hawkes, Holborn
  • Wharton Matthew, blacksmith and farrier *
  • Wharton Elizabeth, grocer & draper *
  • Wharton Joseph, blacksmith & farrier, Clifford street
  • Wilkinson Samuel, linen draper, hosier, &c. Holborn
  • Wilkinson George, Esq. Holborn
  • Wilkinson Rev. F., M.A. Holborn
  • Williamson Nancy, linen draper and dress maker, &c. Chapel street
  • Wood and Dunwell, manufacturers of brown coloured and glazed paper, millboards &c. oil millers, (logwood ground, and oil cake crushed) *
  • Wright Mrs. Mary, gentwn, Holborn

Coach,

  • The ALEXANDER DILIGENCE, to Leeds, from Mr. John Farrer's, Red Lion, Boston, every Tuesday and Saturday, at 7 morning, returns at 7 in the evening.

Carriers,

  • Joseph Jagger, to York every Tuesday and Saturday to Leeds every Thursday, & Wetherby daily.
  • John Lockart, to York every Wednesday, and to Leeds every Saturday.