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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for ASKRIGG in Pigot's Directory of 1834.

Post Office,

  • Askrigg, William Terry, Post Master

Gentry & Clergy,

  • The names without address are in Askrigg.
  • Brougham Rev. Samuel Lindsey
  • Burton Miss Patty
  • Hestwell Mrs. Agnes
  • Jackson Mrs. Ann
  • Lightfoot Mr. James
  • Lodge Mrs.
  • Metcalfe Mrs. Alice
  • Metcalfe Mrs. Jane
  • Metcalfe Wood, esq.
  • Orton Mr. James, Woodhall
  • Parke Mr. Miles Robinson
  • Taylor Mrs. Sarah
  • Thompson Mr. John
  • Wharton Rev. Anthony, Bainbridge
  • Winn Mr. George, Napper hall
  • Winn Rev. John, Napper hall
  • Wood Rev. James, Woodhall
  • Wood Rev. Richd. Woodhall park

Professional persons,

  • Bolderston Richard, attorney
  • Bowman John Moor, surgeon
  • Burton James, schoolmaster
  • Wharton Rev. Anthony, master of the Free Grammar School, Bainbridge
  • Winn George, attorney, Napper hall

Inns & Public-Houses,

  • George & Dragon, James Blenkiron
  • Hare & Hounds, James Metcalfe
  • King's Arms (& excise office) Elizabeth Woodward
  • Miners' Arms, Jno. Knowles, Woodhall
  • New Inn, James Dinsdale
  • Red Lion, William Haseltine
  • Rose and Crown, Dorothy Banks, Bainbridge

Shopkeepers & Traders,

  • Addison Dorothy & John, dyers
  • Atkinson Richard, saddler
  • Bell Clement, joiner
  • Bell George, joiner
  • Blacklin Robert, miller, Woodhall
  • Blenkiron James, butcher
  • Caygill Eleanor, shopkeeper
  • Caygill Thomas, shoemaker
  • Chapman Alexander, grocer & miller, Bainbridge
  • Clarkson Mary, dress maker
  • Coates Geo. shopkeeper, Bainbridge
  • Cockburn Wm. miller, Bainbridge
  • Crowther Benj. plumber & glazier
  • Deacon George, miller
  • Dinsdale George, miller
  • Dinsdale George, corn dealer
  • Dinsdale James, butcher
  • Dinsdale James, grocer & draper
  • Dinsdale James, miller
  • Dinsdale Jeffery, tailor
  • Dinsdale John, tailor & hair dresser
  • Dinsdale Richard, butcher
  • Dinsdale William, stone mason
  • Graham John, shoemaker
  • Graham John, jun. shoemaker
  • Graham William, shoemaker
  • Halton Samuel, retailer of beer
  • Haseltine Leonard, stone mason
  • Horner Henry, tailor, Bainbridge
  • Kilburne Thos. joiner, Bainbridge
  • Lee Christopher, blacksmith
  • Lister Matthew, blacksmith, Bainbridge
  • Little Miles, woolcomber & manfr. of knit hosiery
  • Little Simpson, blacksmith
  • Little Thomas, joiner
  • Lodge Joseph, brewer, maltster & spirit merchant
  • Metcalfe George, grocer, draper & turner
  • Metcalfe Isabella, dress maker
  • Metcalfe James, stone mason
  • Metcalfe James, butcher, Bainbridge
  • Metcalfe James, turner, Woodhall
  • Metcalfe John, baker
  • Metcalfe John, blacksmith, Bainsbridge
  • Metcalfe John, stone mason
  • Metcalfe John, butcher, Bainbridge
  • Metcalfe Matthew, stone mason
  • Metcalfe Richard, shoemaker
  • Metcalfe Sarah, shopkeeper
  • Metcalfe Thomas, turner, Worton
  • Moorhouse John, spinner & weaver
  • Morton Francis, shopkeeper and manufacturer of knit hosiery
  • Pratt Thos. woolcomber & manufacturer of knit hosiery
  • Pratt Wm. watch & clock maker
  • Rowes Wm. shoemaker, Bainbridge
  • Sager James, blacksmith
  • Scarr George, woolcomber & manufacturer of knit hosiery
  • Shields Dorothy, milliner & dress maker
  • Siddell Jos. flax dresser & spinner
  • Stancliffe John, watch & clock maker
  • Stockdale Geo. blacksmith, Bainbridge
  • Storey Peter, shoemaker
  • Sykes Henry, grocer, draper & tailor
  • Sykes Jane, straw hat maker
  • Sykes Samuel, grocer & draper
  • Terry John, grocer, auctioneer and glazier
  • Thistlewood James, clogger, Bainbridge
  • Thompson Ann, tailor & hair dresser
  • Thompson Christopher, woolcomber and manufacturer of knit hosiery
  • Thompson Dorothy, straw hat maker
  • Thompson Edward, joiner
  • Thompson John, tailor
  • Thompson John, joiner, Bainbridge
  • Thompson Thomas, tailor
  • Thompson William, tailor
  • Thwaite Alexander, slater
  • Thwaite John, slater
  • Thwaite Rebecca, grocer, draper & straw hat maker
  • Thwaite William, slater
  • Tiplady Alexander, shopkeeper & retailer of beer, Bainbridge
  • Tiplady Metcalfe, parish clerk
  • Tiplady Richard, shoemaker
  • Trotter Christopher, corn dealer
  • Whitehead Thomas, blacksmith
  • Wiggan Thomas, cooper
  • Wood Jas. Burton, brewer & maltster

Carriers, from Askrigg,

  • To Hawes & Kendal, Thos. Blackburn, every Tuesday & Friday.
  • To Leyburn, Thomas Blackburn, twice a week.

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for HAWES in Pigot's Directory of 1834.


  • Post Office, White Hart Inn, Hawes, Christopher Clarke, Post master

Nobility, Gentry & Clergy,

  • Allen Mr. James, Scarr house
  • Allen Mr. Leonard, Gayle
  • Capstack Mrs. Isabella, Hawes
  • Coulton John, esq. Willow house
  • Knagg Rev. Richard, Hardrow
  • Metcalfe Rev. James, Hawes
  • Metcalfe Rev. James Wood, Ashes
  • Metcalfe Rev. John, Hawes
  • Routh Mrs. Elizabeth, Gayle
  • Routh Mr. Oswald, Gayle
  • Routh Mr. Thomas, Gayle
  • Whaley Mr. Christopher, Gayle
  • Whaley Rev. John, Gayle
  • Wharncliffe the Right Hon. Lord, Simon's stone

Academies & Schools,

  • Dinsdale Nancy, Hawes
  • Free Grammar School, Hawes -- Joseph Smithson, master
  • Lambert Hannah, Hawes
  • Lambert Oswald, Hawes
  • Smithson Joseph, Hawes

Agents, -- in Hawes,

  • Allen John Harris (land)
  • Coulton Jeremiah (to Lord Wharncliffe)
  • Metcalfe Richard (to the York Fire Office)
  • Scarr James (to Law Life Insurance Company)
  • Whaley Alexander (to Yorkshire Life Insurance Office)


  • Scarr James, Hawes
  • Whaley Alexander, Hawes


  • Bainbridge Joseph, Hawes
  • Harker Francis, Hawes
  • Lodge John, Hawes


  • Blyth James, Hawes
  • Brankley James, Hawes
  • Dinsdale Alexander, Hawes
  • Hodgson John, Hawes
  • Robinson James, Hawes

Boot & Shoe Makers,

  • Blades John, Hawes
  • Constantine John, Hawes
  • Lister Francis, Hawes
  • Routh James & Oswald, Hawes
  • Routh Thomas, Hawes


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

Flour Dealers,

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

Grocers & Dealers in Sundries,

  • Clarkson Matthew (& draper) Hawes
  • Constantine John, Gayle
  • Kidd John (& druggist) Hawes
  • Metcalfe Ann (draper, tea dealer, & ironmonger) Hawes
  • Metcalfe John Wilson (& druggist and glass & earthenware dealer) Hawes
  • Scarr John (& druggist & ironmonger) Hawes

Hat Manufacturers,

  • Dinsdale Welford, Gayle
  • Ridding William, Hawes

Miscellany of trades

  • Hosiery Manufacturers -- Knit.
  • Blyth John, Hawes ; mill at Dent
  • Knowles Edmund Alderson, Gayle
  • Smith James & Son (& spinners) Hawes
  • Whaley John & Son, Hawes

Inns & Public Houses,

  • Black Bull, John Blyth, Hawes
  • Crown, Joseph Moore, Hawes
  • Fountain, Brian Dinsdale, Hawes
  • King's Arms, William Ridding, Hawes
  • King's Head, James Harker, Hawes
  • White Hart (commercial & posting and excise office) Christopher Clarke, Hawes

Joiners & Wheelwrights,

  • Harker Richard, Hawes
  • Metcalfe John, Hawes
  • Metcalfe Warren, Hawes
  • Taylor John, Hawes

Milliners & Dress and Straw Hat Makers,

  • Blyth Elizabeth (straw hat only) Hawes
  • Harrison Catherine, Hawes
  • Metcalfe Elizabeth (dress only) Hawes
  • Simpson Ann, Hawes

Stone Masons,

  • Blyth Richard, Hawes
  • Metcalfe Thomas, Hawes


  • Baldeston William, Hawes
  • Rudd Lancelot, Hawes


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

Wine & Spirit Merchants,

  • Harker James (& brewer & maltster) Hawes
  • Metcalfe Christopher & Co. Hawes
  • Willan Matthew, Hawes


  • Bainbridge Joseph, nailer & shopkeeper, Hawes
  • Blyth Richard, clog maker, Hawes
  • Bowe George, painter & plumber, Hawes
  • Briggs Joseph, excise officer, Hawes
  • Buck William, watch maker, Gayle
  • Constantine William, retailer of beer, Hawes
  • Dinsdale Thomas, retailer of beer, Gayle
  • Fawcett James, brazier & tinman, Hawes
  • Granger Richard, clog maker, Hawes
  • Hensley John, cooper, Hawes
  • Holme John, tea & coffee dealer, Hawes
  • Lodge Ottiwell, retailer of beer, Weddel head
  • Metcalfe Thomas, retailer of beer, Hawes
  • Routh John, cattle dealer, Gayle
  • Storey John, tallow chandler, &c. Hawes
  • Subscription Library, Hawes -- Christopher Metcalfe, secretary ; Ruth Metcalfe, librarian
  • Tempest George, hair cutter, Hawes
  • Wade John, saddler, Hawes
  • Whaley William & James, cattle dealers, Gayle


  • To Barnard Castle & Kirkby Stephen, Anthony Allen, from the Crown, every Tues.
  • To Dent, John Stavley, from the Black Bull, every Tuesday
  • To Kendal & Dent, George Wilson, from the Black Bull, every Tuesday
  • To Kirkby Stephen & Appleby, Matthew Scott, from the Crown, Tues.
  • To Lancaster, John Dixon, from the Black Bull, every Tues. -- and Nathan Metcalfe, from his house, every Thursday
  • To Manchester, Benjamin Mitchell, from the King's Head, every Tuesday
  • To Richmond, Nathan Metcalfe, from his house, every Tues. & Fri.
  • To Skipton, Bradford, & Halifax, John Farrell, from the White Hart, and John Roper, from the Crown, every Tues. -- and John Roe, from the King's Arms, every Sun.
  • To York & Kendal, John Benson, and John & Thomas Blackburn, from the White Hart, every Tuesday & Friday

Transcribed by Steve Garton. ©2000