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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for AMPLEFORTH in White's Directory of 1840.


  • CG Fairfax Esq is Lord of the Manor of Ampleforth and Messrs G Smith and R Sootheran are lords of Oswaldkirk

Gentry &c.:

  • Rev. Geo. Walter Wrangham is incumbent
  • Rev. Thomas Cockshoot, superior and Rev. JB Spencer, assistant, Catholic College
  • Mrs Ruth Sootheran

Miscellany of trades

  • James Batty, butcher
  • Wm Harrison, vict White Swan
  • Geo Humble, shop keeper
  • Simeon Hutchinson, cornmiller
  • Rt Light, cooper
  • Matts Lowther, smith
  • Rd Pipes, schoolmaster
  • Geo Scott, brewer
  • Richard Simpson, beer house
  • Geo Smith, solicitor
  • Mr Thomas Waller
  • Rev. Matthew Welburn, curate


  • George Garbutt
  • Fras Hodgson


  • Wm Cooper
  • J Gilbertson
  • Wm Hebden


  • John Cooper
  • Edw Preston
  • Leonard Horton
  • Robt Thompson


  • Harwood Easterby
  • Fras Mason
  • Geo Metcalfe
  • John and Richard Sootheran (and registrar)

Transcribed by Caroline Gaden.