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

Post Office,

  • William Terry, Post Master
  • Letters are despatched at three in the afternoon, and arrive at half-past nine in the morning.

Gentry & Clergy,

  • Alderson Christopher Alderson, esq. Woodhall park
  • Brougham Rev. Samuel Lindsay, Askrigg
  • Hastwell Mrs. Askrigg
  • Jackson Mrs. Ann, Askrigg
  • Lightfoot James, gent. Askrigg
  • Lodge John, gent. Askrigg
  • Metcalfe Mrs. Jane, Askrigg
  • Metcalfe Wood, esq. Askrigg
  • Wharton Rev. Anthony, Yore's bridge
  • Winn George, Nappa hall
  • Winn Rev. John, Aysgarth
  • Wood Rev. Richard, Askrigg

Academies & Schools,

  • Cay Charles, Askrigg
  • Free Grammar School, Yore's bridge-Rev. A. Wharton, master

Professional Persons,

  • Balderston Richard, attorney
  • Bowman John Moore, surgeon

Inns, Taverns & Public Houses,

  • George & Dragon, James Hunter
  • Hare & Hounds, Elizabeth Woodward
  • King's Arms, John Whitton
  • Miners' Arms, John Knowles, Woodhall
  • New Inn, James Dinsdale
  • Red Lion, John Thwaites

Shopkeepers & Traders,

  • Addison John & Dorothy, dyers
  • Addison Ralph, miller & corn dlr
  • Atkinson Richard, saddler
  • Bell Clement, joiner & wheelwright
  • Bell George, joiner & wheelwright
  • Blenkiron James, butcher
  • Caygill Ellen, grocer & draper
  • Caygill James, shoe maker
  • Caygill Richard, shoe maker
  • Caygill Thomas, shoe maker
  • Clarkson John, wool comber
  • Crowther Benjamin, plumber & glazier
  • Dinsdale George, blacksmith
  • Dinsdale James, butcher
  • Dinsdale James, grocer & draper
  • Dinsdale Jeffrey, tailor
  • Dinsdale Jeffrey, jun. tailor
  • Dinsdale John, tailor
  • Graham John, shoe maker
  • Graham John, jun. shoe maker
  • Heseltine Leonard, stone mason
  • Hodgson Jane, straw bonnet makr
  • Lee Christopher, blacksmith
  • Lodge Joseph, brewer & spirit dealer
  • Metcalfe James, stone mason
  • Metcalfe John, stone mason
  • Metcalfe John, baker
  • Metcalfe Matthew, stone mason
  • Metcalfe Thomas, grocer
  • Metcalfe William, spirit merchant and ham dealer
  • Morton Francis, grocer & hosier
  • Orton Ralph, grocer & draper
  • Pratt James & William, clock & watch makers
  • Pratt Thomas, knit hosiery manufacturer
  • Sagar James, blacksmith
  • Siddall Joseph, flax dresser
  • Storey Anthony, shoe maker
  • Sykes Samuel, grocer and draper
  • Terry John, grocer & auctioneer
  • Terry William, auctioneer
  • Thompson Edward, joiner & wheelwright
  • Thompson Francis, joiner & wheelwright
  • Thompson John, maltster
  • Thompson John, tailor
  • Thompson Thomas, tailor
  • Thwaite James, slater
  • Wiggan Nicholas, cooper


  • To Hawes, Henry Hunter, from his house, every Tuesday.
  • To Richmond, Henry Trotter, from his house, ever Monday-and Henry Hunter, every Saturday.

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

Post Office,

  • Christopher Clarke, Post Master.
  • Letters to all parts are despatched every afternoon at two, and arrive every morning at a quarter past ten.

Nobility Gentry and Clergy,

  • Allen Leonard, esq. Gayle
  • Allen Oswald, gent. Scarr house
  • Allen Oswald, jun. gent. Gayle
  • Capstack Mrs. Isabella, Hawes
  • Coulton John, esq. Willow house
  • Knagg Rev. ---, Hardrow
  • Metcalfe Rev. James, Hawes
  • Metcalfe Rev. James Wood, Ashes
  • Metcalfe Rev. John, Hawes
  • Routh Oswald, gent. Gayle
  • Routh Thomas, gent. Gayle
  • Whaley Christopher, gent. Gayle
  • Whaley Rev. John, Gayle
  • Wharncliffe the Right Hon. Lord, Simons stone

Academies & Schools,

  • Free Grammar School, Hawes-Joseph Smithson, master
  • Lambert Hannah, Hawes
  • Lambert Oswald, Hawes
  • Scarr Richard, Hawes


  • Allen John Harrison, Hawes
  • Coulton Jeremiah, Hawes
  • Metcalf Richard (to the York fire office) Hawes


  • Metcalfe Richard, Hawes
  • Whaley Alexander, Hawes


  • Blythe James, Hawes
  • Brenkley James, Hawes
  • Dinsdale Alexander, Hawes
  • Hodgson John, Hawes


  • Iveson Christopher, Hawes
  • Iveson Edward, Gayle
  • Iveson James, Gayle
  • Iveson John, Gayle
  • Iveson William, Hawes
  • Spencer Jeffrey, Gayle


  • Blythe Richard, Hawes
  • Granger Richard, Hawes

Flour Dealers,

  • Bell William, Hawes
  • Dinsdale Thomas, Gayle
  • Moreland Leonard, Hawes
  • Moreland Matthew, Hawes

Grocers and Dealers in Sundries,

  • Constantine John, Gayle
  • Frankland John, Hawes
  • Kidd Roger (and stamp distributer) Hawes
  • Metcalfe Ann (and ironmonger) Hawes
  • Metcalfe Anthony & John, Hawes
  • Scarr John (& tallow chandler) Hawes
  • Story John (& tallow chandler) Hawes
  • Willan James & Matthew (and liquor dealers) Hawes

Hat Manufacturers,

  • Dinsdale Wilford, Gayle
  • Ridding William, Hawes

Hosiery Manufacturers, Knit,

  • Blythe Charles (negro cap, jacket, &c.) Hawes
  • Blythe John, Hawes
  • Knowles Edward Alderson, Gayle

Inns, Taverns & Public Houses,

  • Black Bull, William Lister, Hawes
  • Crown, John Moore, Hawes
  • Fountain, William Heseltine, Hawes
  • King's Arms, William Ridding, Hawes
  • King's Head, John Blythe, Hawes
  • White Hart Inn (& posting house) Christopher Clarke, Hawes

Joiners & Wheelwrights,

  • Harker Richard, Hawes
  • Metcalf & Son, Hawes
  • Metcalf Thomas, Hawes
  • Taylor John, Hawes

Millers & Corn Dealers,

  • Bell Thomas, Hawes
  • Blithe Charles, Hawes

Milliners, Dress and Straw Hat Makers,

  • Blythe Ann, Hawes
  • Jackson Ann, Hawes
  • Robinson Ann, Hawes

Painters, Plumbers and Glaziers,

  • Bowe George, Hawes
  • Fawcett James, Hawes
  • Robinson Joseph (& gilder) Hawes

Shoe Makers,

  • Constantine John, Hawes
  • Harrison Daniel, Hawes
  • Huck John, Gayle
  • Lambert John, Hawes
  • Routh Thomas, Hawes
  • Stockdale Thomas, Hawes


  • Balderston William, Hawes
  • Rudd Launcelot, Hawes


  • Blades Richard, Hawes
  • Chapman Thomas, Hawes
  • Harker James, Hawes
  • Scarr John, Hawes


  • Buck William, watch maker, Gayle
  • Hemsley John, cooper, Hawes
  • Metcalfe Christopher, wine & spirit merchant, Hawes
  • Metcalfe John, glass & earthenware dealer, Hawes
  • Moore John, stone mason, Hawes
  • Smith James & Sons, wool cambers and spinners, Burtersett
  • Wade John, saddler, Hawes


  • To Appleby, James Lowe, from the King's Head, every Tuesday.
  • To Askrigg, Edward Hunter, from the White Hart, every Tuesday & Friday.
  • To Halifax, John Roe, from the King's Arms, James Parish, from the White Hart, & Luke Roper, from the Crown, every Tuesday.
  • To Kendal, John Benson, from the White Hart, every Tuesday & Friday.
  • To Kirkby Stephen, John Routh, from the King's Head, every Monday. and James Lowe, every Tuesday. To Lancaster; Nathan Metcalfe, from his house, every Wednesday.
  • To Manchester, Benjamin Mitchell and William Marsden, from the King's Head, every Tuesday.
  • To Richmond -Nathan Metcalfe from the White Hart, every Monday & Friday, and Edward Hunter, every Saturday. Sedbergh, John Benson, from the White Hart, every Tuesday & Friday.
  • To Settle, William Marsden and Benjamin Mitchell, from the King's Head, every Tuesday.
  • To York Thomas Blackburn, from the King's Head, every Tuesday & Friday.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003