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

Gentry &c.:

  • Burton Thomas, surgeon
  • Nords Mrs. E. gentlewoman


  • Nicholson George
  • Wilks William

Coal and Lime Merchants,

  • Burton Thomas
  • Cook William
  • Sootheran John, & maltster

Farmers & Yeomen,

  • Bell James
  • Brown John
  • Burton Michael
  • Carr John
  • Cass William
  • Clark John
  • Dunnington Henry
  • Gibson John
  • Hawkin John
  • Musham George
  • Parker Theakstone
  • Sherwood Robert
  • Walker John
  • Walkington John
  • Wright John


  • Anderson Joseph
  • Fisher William
  • Galtres Thomas
  • Webster John


  • Carriss James
  • Steel John


  • May George
  • Moorey Thos,
  • Uppleby Thomas


  • Fox Michael.
  • Styan Seth

Miscellany of trades

  • Bland William, tallow chandler and victualler: Anchor
  • Holmes William, victualler: George & Dragon
  • Kendal John, joiner
  • Moorey John, bricklayer and vict, Mason's Arms
  • Morrill John, saddler

Carriers by Water,

  • New Packet, T. Morrey
  • The Fly, Tupman & Burkill, to York every Saturday, returns same day
  • The Old Packet, George Thompson