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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for ABERFORD in Pigot's Directory of 1829.

Post Office,

  • Elizabeth Jarman, Post Mistress.
  • Letters arrive from and are despatched to Wetherby, by a horse post, every morning at eight-Letters arrive from and are despatched to Ferrybridge every evening at five.

Nobility, Gentry and Clergy,

  • Bainbridge Mrs. Mary, Vicarage house
  • Carter Rev. John, Aberford
  • Fox George Lane, esq. Bramham park
  • Gascoigne Richard Oliver, esq. Parlington hall
  • Landon Rev. James, Aberford
  • Le Jeune Mrs. Ann, Aberford
  • Markham William, esq. Becca hall
  • Montsandford Lord, Bramham house
  • Potter Simon Lodge, gent, Aberford
  • Robinson Rev. John, Aberford
  • Sanderson William, gent. St. John's house
  • Vavasour Sir Edward, Hazlewood hall
  • Wharton Mrs. Sarah, Aberford

Academies & Schools,

  • Carter Rev. John (gent's. boarding)
  • National School-William Cornell, master; Mary Banks, mistress Wood Elizabeth (girls' day)

Inns, Taverns & Public Houses,

  • Bay Horse, Thomas Malthus
  • Fox, William Cockrem
  • Fox & Hounds, William Pearson
  • Gascoigne Arms, George Nutton
  • New Inn, Thomas Hewitt
  • Red Lion, Harrison Wood
  • Rose & Crown, Sampson Wood
  • Royal Oak, William King
  • Swan Inn (& excise office) Ed. Morris

Shopkeepers & Traders,

  • Banks John, cooper
  • Barker Addiman, carpenter & joiner
  • Barker Isaac, saddler & harness mkr
  • Barstow Edward, boot & shoe maker
  • Bradley Thomas, stone mason
  • Brown Hugh, plumber
  • Brown John, watch & clock maker
  • Cooper James, maltster
  • Dawson Joseph, linen & woollen draper
  • Frobisher Joseph, surgeon
  • Groves Joseph, corn miller
  • Hemingway & Child, rope makers
  • Hick and Lawson, dress makers
  • Hick John, blacksmith
  • Hick Peter, joiner & wheelwright
  • Hick Robert, millwright & thrashing machine maker
  • Hollings William, wheelwright
  • Lawson Sarah, draper & milliner
  • Moore James, baker
  • Nottingham John, corn miller
  • Pearson James, butcher
  • Richardson John, boot & shoe mkr
  • Scriven James, butcher
  • Scriven Joseph, butcher
  • Seanor Ann, linen draper
  • Simpson Charles, baker
  • Steel John, corn miller, Hillam Mill
  • Steel Joseph, corn miller
  • Thirkill John, wire worker
  • Varley John, tailor
  • Weatherhead Thomas, painter, &c.
  • Webster John, corn miller
  • Wheelhouse Robert, saddler, &c.
  • Wilkinson Joshua, jun. spirit merchant
  • Wilkinson Joshua, sen. linen and woollen draper
  • Wood Sampson, agent-to the Yorkshire county fire & life office
  • Wood Thomas, butcher


  • To Sheffield, the Ebor (from York) calls at the Swan, every afternoon (Sundays excepted) at three; goes through Barnsley and Wakefield.
  • To York, the Ebor (from Sheffield) calls at the Swan, every morning. (Sundays excepted) at eleven; goes through Tadcaster.


  • All Return The Same Evening.
  • To Leeds, John Brown, from his house, every Tuesday morning-James Seanor, from his house, every Tres. day and Saturday morning-and William Wood, from the Red Lion, every Tues. day and Saturday morning.
  • To York, John Brown, from his house, every Tuesday morning-and James Seanor, from his house, every Thursday morning.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003