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

Post Office,

  • Letters are despatched to Hull every day at one (Tuesday excepted) and arrive the same evenings at seven, by foot post.

Gentry & Clergy,

  • Codd George, esq. Cottingham
  • Codd Samuel, esq. Harland rise
  • Deans Rev. James, Cottingham
  • Dryden William, gent. Cottingham
  • Eglin Joseph, gent. Cottingham
  • Featherston Mrs. Cottingham
  • Gee Stephen, gent. Cottingham
  • Gleadow Robert Ward, esq. Grange
  • Hentig John William, esq. Cottingham
  • Hicks Rev. Thomas, Cottingham
  • Horsley John, gent. Cottingham
  • Jackson Rev. ---, Cottingham
  • Kay William, esq. Cottingham
  • Lamb Lieut. John, Cottingham
  • Lee William, gent. Cottingham
  • Ringrose John, gent. Cottingham
  • Ringrose Samuel, gent. Cottingham
  • Stathers Samuel, gent. Cottingham
  • Sykes Daniel, esq. M. P. Raywell
  • Thompson Thomas, esq. Castle
  • Travis Misses A. & F. Cottingham
  • Watson Peter William, gent. Cottingham
  • Watson. Samuel, gent. (surgeon) Cottingham
  • Wilkinson William Watson, esq. Cottingham
  • Witty William, gent. Cottingham

Academies & Schools,

  • Bilton George (day)
  • Coverdale Thomas (day)
  • Duggett Mary (boarding & day)
  • Fowill Hannah (day)
  • Free School, John Levitt, master
  • Green William (Boarding & day)
  • Stather Thomas (boarding & day)
  • Watson Ann (day)

Inns, Taverns & Public Houses,

  • Angel, William Allison
  • Blue Bell, Thomas White
  • Cross Keys, Thomas Allison
  • Duke of Cumberland, Richard Farnil
  • Duke of York, William Mutch
  • Prince of Wales, William Collinson
  • Tiger, Stephen Bentley

Market Gardeners,

  • Alven Jonathan
  • Archbutt John
  • Archbutt William
  • Boothby Thomas
  • Boothby William
  • Clark Robert
  • Coldbreath Robert
  • Crozier William
  • Dalby James
  • Donkin William
  • Downs Coulson
  • Gledhill Jonathan, (& seedsman)
  • Kirk Robert
  • Kirk William
  • Longbone John
  • Riseam George
  • Riseam John
  • Smith John
  • Stathers Robert
  • Stephenson Jonathan
  • Stephenson Jon.
  • Teasdale John
  • Thompson William
  • Tweddle William
  • Wride Joseph

Shopkeepers & Traders,

  • Agar Thomas, tailor
  • Akam Joseph, boot & shoe maker
  • Allison Thomas, miller
  • Bainton Thomas, boot & shoe maker
  • Bolton Samuel, carpet, oil bagging & stocking worsted manufacturer, dyer and fuller
  • Boynton Joseph, bricklayer
  • Burgess George, miller
  • Bush by Job., plumber & glazier
  • Butler Martin, boot & shoe maker
  • Carr William Hardy, brewer & maltster
  • Collinson William, farrier
  • Coverdale Henry, bricklayer
  • Coverdale John; bricklayer
  • Crozer John, jun. tailor
  • Crozer John, sen. tailor
  • Crozer Robert, boot & shoe maker
  • Dalby Thomas, wheelwright and gig maker
  • Dickinson Thomas, wheelwright and gig maker
  • Gibson Jacob, baker
  • Graves George, boot & shoe maker
  • Gray Stephen, shopkeeper
  • Green John, black & whitesmith
  • Green William, wheelwright
  • Gunner William, chymist & druggist
  • Hall & Co. tobacco & snuff manufacturers
  • Hardy John, shopkeeper
  • Harrison William F. butcher
  • Hotham John, boot & shoemaker,
  • Humble William, black & whitesmith
  • Kelsey Thomas, tinman and brazier
  • Liversedge William, butcher
  • Longbone John, shopkeeper
  • Martin Abraham, grocer, & nursery and seedsman
  • May Thomas, hairdresser
  • Noble George, plumber & glazier
  • Patterson Robert, tailor
  • Patterson Robert, jun. tailor
  • Philipson Thomas, shopkeeper
  • Pitt Andrew, butcher
  • Ranson Robert, boot & shoe maker
  • Rashill Thomas, tailor
  • Rashill William, tailor
  • Richardson John, boot & shoe mkr
  • Robinson Bethel, grocer, draper, and sub-distributer of stamps
  • Ross Francis, cabinet & chair maker
  • Ross Francis, sen. glass, china & earthenware dealer
  • Ross John, butcher
  • Scruton William, joiner
  • Smith William, shopkeeper
  • Smith William, wheelwright
  • Stark William, bricklayer
  • Tadman William, saddler
  • Taylor Joseph, governor of the Retreat
  • Thwaites Mary, straw hat maker
  • Wallis George, grocer & draper
  • Waltham Joseph, grocer & draper
  • Wardle Thomas, blacksmith
  • Waudby Robert, painter
  • Welford Thomas, shopkeeper
  • Wilkinson Thomas, clerk of the church
  • Witty William, jun. land surveyor
  • Wride John, wheelwright & joiner


  • To Hull, Allison's Coach, from the Angel, and Wardell's Coach, from the Tiger, every morning at nine and every evening at seven.


  • To Beverley, Charles Morrad & John M. Newton, every Saturday.
  • To Hull, Robert, Donkin Constable- Thomas Kirk-John M. Newton and Charles Morrod, every Tues & Friday.
  • To Market Weighton, Charles Morrod & John M. Newton, every Wed.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003