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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for NEWTON UPON OUSE in White's Directory of 1840.

Lord of the manor:

  • Viscount Downe

Miscellany of trades

  • Wm Almgill and John Moody, bricklayers
  • Mr Robert P Barker
  • Wm Bland, chandler and vict Anchor
  • Joseph Burton, schoolmaster
  • Robert Burton, Ann Southeran and John Steel, coal and lime merchants
  • Jas Carris, shopkeeper
  • Rev John Gatenby, incumbent
  • Mr John Gibson
  • John Hawkin, gent
  • John Hobson, brewer and vict Woodman
  • Wm Holmes, vict George and Dragon
  • Wm Leng, schoolmaster
  • John Morrill, saddler
  • Thomas Morrill, plumber etc
  • John Pratt, smith
  • Seth Styan, joiner
  • Thomas Umpleby, tailor
  • Henry Watson, maltster, house York

Farmers,

  • Margaret Brown
  • John Carr
  • John Clark
  • Thomas Fletcher
  • John Gibson
  • Wm Hawkin
  • Robert Sherwood
  • Elizabeth Walker

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

Landowner:

  • Viscount Downe, Hall

Farmers,

  • Thomas Foster
  • James Ellis
  • George Hick
  • Edward Jackson
  • Mrs Mattison
  • Robert Staunton
  • Wm Wainman
  • George Wilson

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for LINTON UPON OUSE in White's Directory of 1840.

Miscellany of trades

  • Matthew Curtis, schoolmaster
  • John Du Vivier, vict College Arms
  • Robt Foster, joiner
  • Thomas Pratt and John Wilkes, blacksmiths
  • Rev James Rennall, Catholic Priest
  • Robt Burton, yeoman
  • Wm White, carrier to York, Saturday

Farmers,

  • Robt Burton jun
  • John Burton
  • Matthew Goodbarn
  • John Dawson
  • Wm Gratton
  • Henry Hawkin
  • Wm Rook, and butcher
  • Rowland Scurrah
  • Thomas Smith

Transcribed by Caroline Gaden.