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


  • Post Master - George Jackson.
  • A Riding Post from Bedale to Masham, arrives every day at 8 in the morn, and returns at 2 in the afternoon.

Gentry &c.:

  • Atkinson Joseph, gentleman
  • Bolland Joseph, Esq.
  • Bolland Roger, gentleman
  • Bowes Miss Cecilia
  • Burrill Rev. Joseph
  • Burrill Joseph, solicitor
  • Carter Nicholas, gentleman
  • Hammond Richard, gentleman
  • Hardcastle Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Harrison Charles Batley, Esq.
  • Haw Peter, gentleman
  • Hepple Miss Elizabeth
  • Heslington William, gentleman
  • Hickson Mrs. Ann
  • Morton Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Morton Harcourt, Esq.
  • Morton Mrs. M.
  • Powley Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Raw Mrs. Lydia
  • Roundhill Jonathan, gentleman
  • Saddler Mrs.
  • Smith Rev. John
  • Spence Miss Mary
  • Theakstone Mrs. M
  • Thompson Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Wilson Mrs. Ann
  • Wrather Samuel, Esq.
  • Wrather Thomas, Esq.
  • Wrigglesworth Mrs. A

Academies, &c.

  • Barker Edmund, principal assistant at the Grammar School
  • Burnell James
  • Burrell Rev. Jph. curate, (for young gentlemen)
  • Marsden Christr. assistant at the Grammar School
  • Metcalf Mw. master of the Free School


  • Beckwith William, Thomas, & James
  • Fleetham Matt.
  • Mallaby Peter
  • Rider Thomas


  • Lightfoot John
  • Lofthouse Henry


  • Plews Peter
  • Smith William
  • Williamson T. & W.
  • Windross George
  • Wood William

Butter Factors,

  • Kirkbridge Roger
  • Rayner Joseph
  • Sturdy John

Carpenters, &c.,

  • Alton John
  • Fryer George
  • Myers Thomas
  • Pullan Thomas
  • Siddall Benjamin


  • Duffield Jas. sen.
  • Duffield Jas. jun.


  • Clark Thomas
  • Clarkson William
  • Jeff Robert
  • Rider Mark
  • Windross John
  • Wintersgill George
  • Wray Thomas

Flour Dealers,

  • Jackson George
  • Jackson Peter
  • Stokel Ralph

Grocers & Drapers,

  • Blackburn James
  • Clarkson William
  • Coldbeck Elizabeth
  • Durham & Carter
  • Metcalf Henry


  • Blackburn James
  • London William


  • Jackson George, and rope maker
  • Terry William

Joiners and Cabinet Makers,

  • Fisher John
  • Metcalf James

Milliners & Dress Makers,

  • Barker Mary
  • Hammond Jane
  • Welford Sarah

Plumbers & Glaziers,

  • Lee John, & tinner
  • Thompson James


  • London James
  • Stott Thomas


  • Dowson Edward
  • Elsworth William
  • Haste John
  • Leathley William
  • Moor Joseph
  • Pybus Edmund
  • Stott James
  • Sturdy Francis
  • Towler Isaac
  • Towler Thomas
  • Wharton Thomas

Stone Masons,

  • Clarkson Matthew
  • Clarkson Thomas

Spirit Dealers,

  • Barker Edmund
  • Grange Benjamin
  • Lightfoot John

Straw Hat Makers,

  • Barker Mary
  • Deighton Mary
  • Dixon Hannah
  • Duffield Jas. jun.
  • Thompson Betty
  • Urwin June


  • Heslop William
  • Lightfoot Joseph
  • Lister Charles


  • Boynton Richard
  • Buckle Thomas
  • Burnett Thomas
  • London John
  • London William, and draper
  • Lupton Henry
  • Matthews Thomas
  • Thompson Robert

Tallow Chandlers,

  • Durham & Carter
  • Williamson T. & W.

Watch and Clock Makers,

  • Backhouse Benjamin
  • Terry William

Woolstaplers and Combers,

  • Cummins Ralph
  • Durham Thomas
  • Jackson James
  • Jackson W. & T.
  • Welford Christr.
  • Whitelock Joseph

Inns and Taverns,

  • Black Bull, Peter Barker
  • George and Dragon, Thomas, Handley,
  • Kings Head, John Lightfoot, posting house and excise office
  • Lord Nelson, Henry Lofthouse
  • Royal Oak, Robed Welford
  • Wheat Sheaf, George Ascough
  • White Bear, Anthony Gill

Miscellany of trades

  • Alton and Co. timber merchants
  • Ascough Henry, fellmonger
  • Bray Thomas, linen draper
  • Clarkson John, hosier
  • Deighton John, hair dresser
  • Durham John, linen & woollen draper
  • Durham Thomas, merchant
  • Grange and Imeson, iron merchants
  • Haste William, cloth manufacturer
  • Heslop Richd. currier & leather cutter
  • Husband William, glover
  • Jackson William, corn miller
  • Stokel Ralph, baker
  • Thwaites Richard, sieve maker


  • John Sturdy, to Leeds, on Mon. & Thu. dep. 9 mg. ret. Wed. evg. 8 o'clock, same days as Joseph Rayner. To Ripon on Thu. at 8 morn, ret, same day. To Leyburn Fri. at 6 morn, ret. same day. To Richmond on Sat. at 5 morn. return same day.
  • Joseph Rayner, to Ripon and Leeds, Mon. and Thu. departs at 9 in the morning, and arrives at Leeds the following morning at 8, returns at 5 the same day, and arrives at Masham on Wed. evening at 8. To Middleham on Mondays, dep. at 8 morn, and returns same day. To Bedale on Tu. at 8 morn, and returns same day.
  • Roger Kirkbridge, and Joseph Towler, to Middleham on Monday at 7 morning, returns same day. To Bedale on Tu. at 7 morn, ret. same day. To Ripon and Leeds on Thu. at 8 morn, arrives in Leeds on Friday morn, and at Masham on Saturday evening.

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for BURTON UPON URE in Baines's Directory of 1823.


  • Appleton John
  • Appleton Thomas
  • Clark Thomas
  • Eurton John
  • Harrison Henry
  • Head Jane
  • Hewbank John
  • Newby Mark
  • Wilkinson Ann

Miscellany of trades

  • Prest Thomas, flax spinner, Burton house

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

Gentry &c.:

  • Blackburn Robert, yeoman
  • Dawson Robert, yeoman
  • Hutchinson Rev. Henry, curate of Kirby-Malzeard


  • Beck James
  • Edon William
  • Hutchinson Jph.
  • Imeson Thomas
  • London James
  • Rider Thomas
  • Simurthwaite T.
  • Spence Matthew

Miscellany of trades

  • Ascough George, blacksmith
  • Clark William, victualler: Golden Lion
  • Horner John, victualler: Black Swan
  • Jackson Thomas, victualler: New Inn

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for HEALEY WITH SUTTON in Baines's Directory of 1823.


  • Barker Ephraim
  • Barker John
  • Briden Thomas
  • Carter John
  • Carter Peter
  • Glew John, and butcher
  • Hutchinson Matth.
  • Hutchinson Thomas
  • Lightfoot William
  • Rider Thomas
  • Rider William
  • Smorthit Dorothy
  • Smorthit John
  • Suttill James
  • Wilson John
  • Wintersgill Thomas

Miscellany of trades

  • Barnes Robert shopkeeper
  • Close George, schoolmaster
  • Johnson George, carpenter
  • Pratt Peter, blacksmith & victualler: Blacksmith's Arms
  • Robinson Peter, shoemaker
  • Rudd Edward, tailor & victualler: Black Horse
  • Suttill George, stone mason
  • Walker Thomas, tailor
  • Wintersgill Matthew, corn miller

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

Gentry &c.:

  • Danby William, Esq. Swinton park
  • Trumper Henry, agent to Mr. Danby


  • Imeson Robert
  • Richmond John


  • Hill Barnabas
  • Hill John

Miscellany of trades

  • Akers Benjamin, stone mason
  • Astwood William, carpenter
  • Imeson George, blacksmith and farrier
  • Theakston Thomas, constable