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

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Gentry &c.:

  • Hare John, gentleman
  • Hayland Thos. surgeon & apothecary
  • Kendall Rev. Frederick, A. B. vicar
  • Parker Rev. Wm. vicar of Skipwith, (magistrate)
  • Richardson Toft, Esq. Riccall hall

Blacksmiths,

  • Douthwaite Jonth.
  • Hare George

Bricklayers,

  • Davis James
  • Wood Charles

Carpenters,

  • Pratt T. senr.
  • Pratt T. junr.

Corn Millers,

  • Camplejohn Rd.
  • Spink John

Farmers & Yeomen,

  • Ayres Job
  • Blanshard James
  • Boswell W. & J.
  • Bulmer Wm. and coal merchant
  • Burland Wm.
  • Daniel Thomas
  • Fentiman John
  • Longfellow Wm.
  • Moody George
  • Myers George
  • Romans Ann, Wheel hall
  • Romans John
  • Ruff Robert
  • Silversides Mark
  • Silversides Robert
  • Smith W. J.
  • Thompson Wm. (and butcher)
  • Tomlinson Geo. (& Shopkeeper)
  • Walker Joseph
  • Wardle James
  • Wardle Ann
  • Wilson Richard
  • Wormley Thomas

Shoemakers,

  • Camplejohn Wm.
  • Patrick Richard
  • Silversides Guy

Shopkeepers,

  • Carr Thomas
  • Davison William
  • Jefferson Wm.

Miscellany of trades

  • Newsham Richard, parish clerk
  • Pratt Richard, cabinet maker
  • Silversides Guy, vict. Grey Hound
  • Smith W. J. vict., Drovers' Inn
  • Stokes James, tailor
  • Swinbank Isaac, vict. Hare & Hounds
  • Thompson Elizabeth, vict. Shoulder of Mutton
  • Wilson Robert, schoolmaster

Carriers,

  • John Carr, Sarah Carr, and Thomas Muschamp, to York, every Sat. and to Selby, every Mon. depart 7 mg. and ret. in the evening.

Coaches,

  • Two Coaches pass through this place from York at ½ past 8 mg. to meet the Steam Packets at Selby, and return according to tide.