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


  • Post-Town, Bedale.
  • Post Master, Matthew Clarkson, Office, Market-place.
  • Letters arrive every day, at half past 7 o'clock morning, and are despatched at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, to Bedale.

Gentry &c.:

  • Bell John, gentleman
  • Breare John, Esq.
  • Buckle Mrs. Elizabeth, gentlewoman
  • Clayton Isaac, Methodist minister
  • Cockeroft Rev. John, curate
  • Collinson William, gentleman
  • Dixon Richard, gentleman
  • Duffield Mrs. gentlewoman
  • Ewbank James, Esq.
  • Horn Miss Elizabeth, gentlewoman
  • Howson Alice, gentlewoman
  • Ingham John, Methodist minister
  • Midgley Thomas, gent.
  • Scott Christopher, gent.
  • Smith Miss Mary, gentlewoman
  • Spence Simon, gent.
  • Straubenzee Captain Thomas
  • Topham Lupton, Esq. clerk of the peace for the North Riding
  • Topham William, gent.


  • Dinsdale Gen. E.
  • Topham C. Esq.
  • Topham Lupton,


  • Metcalf William
  • Wright John

Boot & Shoemakers,

  • Croft John
  • Fisher John
  • Hutchinson Thomas
  • Jones Stephen
  • M'Collagh George
  • Peacock Thomas
  • Prest James


  • Handley John
  • Handley William
  • Morgan John
  • Place Simon
  • Rider George
  • Smith F. jun.
  • Smith Francis


  • Bearpark Matthew
  • Hauxwell Ralph, (& maltster)
  • Place Simon
  • Smith Francis


  • Christian John; (druggist & ironmonger)
  • Clarkson Matth.
  • Hutchinson Jas. (& chandler)
  • Johnson Robert


  • Ashton Thomas
  • Hogg George
  • Sturdy Stephen

Linen Drapers,

  • Christian John
  • Digby Leonard
  • Handley Mrs.
  • Johnson Robert


  • Clarkson Elizabeth
  • Handley Miss
  • Prest Mary


  • Sayer John
  • Spence John


  • Morgan William
  • Woodward John

Plumbers & Glaziers,

  • Bowe Robert
  • Croft James
  • Deighton William


  • Gill William, J.
  • Horner Roger

Stone Masons,

  • Johnson Henry
  • Spence Peter

Straw Hat Makers,

  • Clarkson Elizabeth
  • Jones Sarah
  • Metcalf Elizabeth

Stay Makers,

  • Carter Jonathan
  • Morgan Elizabeth

Surgeons and Apothecaries,

  • Edmundson George
  • Lamb Thomas, M.


  • Barker John
  • Harrison John
  • Harrison William
  • Walker James
  • Wilson George
  • Winn William


  • Ashton Thomas
  • Willis Thomas

Inns and Taverns,

  • Black Swan, Mary Hesletine
  • Green Dragon, Robinson Morton
  • King's Head, Richard Metcalf
  • Waterloo Inn, John Croft
  • White Swan, William Swale

Miscellany of trades

  • Bywell William, cooper
  • Croft James, race horse trainer
  • Handley George, baker
  • Heslop Thomas, exciseman
  • Ibbotson Thomas, parish clerk
  • Morgan William J. T. printer and preserver of birds, fish and animals
  • Shields Thomas, tinner & brazier
  • Simpson William, whitesmith, bellhanger, and tallow chandler
  • Tempest Thomas, hair dresser
  • Theakstone Christopher, tanner
  • Wilson William, common brewer, Cover bridge
  • Wood John, governor of the poor house


  • John Walker, to Richmond every Sat. to Bedale on Tu.