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

Gentry &c.:

  • W J Dennison Esq is The Lord of the Manor
  • Rev. Christopher Blackwell, curate

Miscellany of trades

  • Mary Candler and John Spencer, blacksmiths
  • Thos Cooper, cooper
  • Thos Elliott, vict Grey Mare
  • Joseph Greenley, wheelwright
  • Robert Harrison, schoolmaster
  • Mr Peacock Monkman
  • George Preston relieving officer
  • Thomas and Marg Ward, vict Denison's Arms


  • Ann Barker
  • John Bennett
  • Henry Buckle
  • Chrph Bordas
  • Chpr Candler
  • Robt and Eliz Cook
  • Robt Dunn
  • Gray and Robson
  • John Harland
  • Wm Harper
  • Rebecca Musham
  • Mary Pennock
  • Hy Pennock (and lime burner, Cross-gates)
  • John Pickup
  • Rich Smith
  • Betsy Taylor
  • Geo Umpleby
  • Wm Vernon
  • Thos Woodall (and lime burner)
  • Robert Wilson

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


  • Mary Agar
  • Chpr and Hannah Stubbs
  • John Wilkinson

Transcribed by Caroline Gaden.