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

Landowners:

  • George Cholmley is Lord of the Manor, most land owned by Robert Barry Esq of Park Gate 1800 acres

Miscellany of trades

  • Robert Campion owns the Alum works

* reside in Robin Hoods Bay:

Miscellany of trades

  • Agar Mrs Hilda
  • Barry Thomas Esq, Park Gate
  • *Bielby Wm , tailor
  • Brewin Samuel Esq of Stoupe Hall manager Alum Works
  • Brook George, gentleman
  • * Clark Peter, baker
  • Cole Thomas, bacon factor
  • Dixon Rev. George, curate and schoolmaster
  • * Estell John, agent to the Marine Insurance Association
  • Farside Geo Jas Esq, Thorpe Hall
  • Gowland Edmund surgeon
  • Harrison Rev. James, incumbent
  • * Harrison George, fishmonger
  • Harrison Allison, baker
  • *Langburn Mr William
  • Ledstone Wm corn miller
  • * Lingard Lieut John, coast guard
  • * Martin John, blacksmith
  • *Matthews Mr John
  • *Mawson John, tailor
  • * Parkin Wm schoolmaster
  • *Peacock John, shoemaker
  • *Peacock John, fishmonger
  • *Smallwood John, blacksmith
  • Stephenson Mr George
  • * Storm Mr Taylor
  • Strother Mrs Ann
  • *Tindale Walker schoolmaster
  • Watson Mr John
  • Welburn Mrs A
  • *Willie Robert, surgeon
  • *Williamson Joseph, tailor

Inns and Taverns,

  • *Board, John Steel
  • Fishing Boat, Jane Leng
  • Flask Inn Rt Craven, Halfway Hs
  • Fylingdales Inn, Emanuel Parkinson
  • * Kings head, John Thompson
  • * Laurel Inn, Stephen Kirk
  • *Mariners Tavern, Benj Tindall
  • *Masons Arms, Wm Robinson
  • *New Inn, Tabitha Pearson
  • *Robin Hoods Inn, Wm Keld
  • Royal Oak, Wm Smallwood and blacksmith

Butchers,

  • * Crosby Thomas
  • * Crosby Matthew
  • *Dowson Wm
  • * Newton Thomas
  • * Thompson Spn

Farmers and Yeomen,

  • Cundell John
  • Dixon George
  • Fawcett Wm
  • Gray Wm
  • Middleton Thomas
  • Parkinson David
  • Russell Henry
  • Welburn John
  • Welburn Henry

Grocers,

  • *Proddon Wm
  • *Rickinson Mtw
  • *Shadforth Isaac
  • *Wherrit Elizabeth

Joiners and Cartgts,

  • * Bulmer Francis
  • Chapman George
  • *Grainger Zach
  • *Russell Wm
  • Ventriss Michael

Sloop and boat owners and Master Mariners,

  • *Bedlington Mtw
  • *Coggin Thomas
  • *Coverdale Tyson
  • *Cummings Geo
  • *Estill Wm
  • *Godden Eliz
  • * Grainger Marshall
  • *Grainger Benj
  • *Hebdon Wm
  • Ireland John
  • *Mawson Chph
  • *Mennell John
  • Mills Isaac
  • Peacock Matthew
  • *Poad John
  • *Poad Wm
  • *Rickinson WM
  • *Robinson Robt
  • *Skerry Johth
  • *Steel John
  • *Storm James
  • *Storm Coultas
  • Todd Wm

Stone masons,

  • *Elders Joseph
  • *Kirk Stephen
  • *Stubbs Wm

Transcribed by Caroline Gaden.