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

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

Post Office,

  • Boroughbridge, William Hirst, Post Master.
  • Letters for London and the South are despatched at half-past five in the morning, and arrive at seven in the evening.
  • Letters for Glasgow and the North are despatched at seven in the evening, and arrive at half-past five in the morning.
  • Letters to York, Hull, and all parts of the East are despatched at half-past two in the afternoon, and arrive at seven in the evening.
  • Office open from April to October at seven in the morning; the other six months at eight, and closes at ten at night.

Gentry & Clergy,

  • Atkinson Mrs. M. Boroughbridge
  • Croop Rev. John, Boroughbridge
  • Curbs Matthew, gent. Boroughbridge
  • Duncombe Rev. Edward, Aldborough
  • Flintoff Miss E. Boroughbridge
  • Fretwell Lieut. Boroughbridge
  • Fretwell Mrs. Boroughbridge
  • Gill Charles, gent. Boroughbridge
  • Glenton Matthew, gent. Boroughbridge
  • Hird Henry, gent. Boroughbridge
  • Horsfall Rev. Thomas, Kirkby-on-the-Moor
  • Lawson Andrew, esq. (magistrate) Aldborough
  • Lawson Mrs. B. J. Borough hall
  • Mush Misses E. & S. Boroughbridge
  • Norris Rev. William, Boroughbridge
  • Scruton Richard, gent. Boroughbridge

Academies & Schools,

  • Bulmer Richard, (boarding & day) Aldbro'
  • National School, Boroughbridge -Joseph King, master
  • Newsom Ann, Boroughbridge
  • Newsom John (boarding and day) Boroughbridge
  • Wilson Sarah (boarding and day) Boroughbridge


  • Gray William, Boroughbridge
  • Hirst William, Boroughbridge


  • Fletcher, Stubbs & Co. Boroughbridge-(draw on Sir Richard Carr Glyn and Co. London)


  • Allison Peter, Aldborough
  • Stephenson George, Boroughbridge
  • Thompson Robert, Aldborough
  • Umpleby Nicholas, Boroughbridge

Boat Builders,

  • Brown Matthew, Boroughbridge
  • Green Robert, Boroughbridge

Bookseller Printer and Stationer,

  • Thompson James, Boroughbridge

Boot & Shoe Makers,

  • Brown Richard & William, Boroughbridge
  • Gill Charles, Boroughbridge
  • Gledden John, Boroughbridge
  • Hardcastle John, Boroughbridge
  • Kettlewell James, Aldborough
  • Leckenby George, Boroughbridge
  • Leckenby Robert, Boroughbridge
  • Metcalfe Edward, Boroughbridge
  • Paley George, Aldborough
  • Stork John, Boroughbridge
  • Tebb William, Boroughbridge
  • Topham William, Boroughbridge

Bricklayers & Builders,

  • Cope William, Aldborough
  • Horner Charles, Boroughbridge


  • Atha John, Aldborough
  • Bains Joseph, Aldborough
  • Caress John, Boroughbridge *
  • Caress John, jun. Boroughbridge *
  • Caress Richard, Boroughbridge *
  • Caress Richard, jun. Boroughbridge *
  • Fall Leonard, Aldborough
  • Hardcastle Thomas, Boroughbridge
  • Naylor Francis, Boroughbridge
  • * This surname is probably Carrass (see later directories).

Coal Merchants,

  • Brown, John, Boroughbridge
  • Farmery Richard, Boroughbridge
  • Harker George, Boroughbridge
  • Hogg Mary, Boroughbridge
  • Kay Thomas, Boroughbridge
  • Kitchen William, Boroughbridge

Corn Merchants and Dealers,

  • Armstrong Thomas, Boroughbridge
  • Hogg & Powell, Boroughbridge
  • Hogg Thomas, Boroughbridge
  • Stead William, (& miller) Boroughbridge
  • Topham Thomas, Boroughbridge

Grocers and Dealers in Sundries,

  • Abbey Richard & Son, Boroughbridge
  • Burton Thomas, (tea & coffee) Boroughbridge
  • Dew Thomas, Boroughbridge
  • Malin George (& tallow chandler) Boroughbridge
  • Morrell John, Boroughbridge
  • Stubbs Thomas (& wine merchant) Boroughbridge
  • Webster Robert, Aldborough


  • Crown, Hugh Stott, Boroughbridge
  • Three Greyhounds, Richard Fell Hindle, Boroughbridge

Joiners & Cabinet Makers,

  • Brown John, Boroughbridge
  • Hardcastle William, Boroughbridge
  • Hird George, Boroughbridge
  • Somerton William, Aldborough
  • Topham George, Aldborough

Linen & Woollen Drapers,

  • Abbey Richard & Son, Borough bridge
  • Dew Thomas, Boroughbridge
  • Oliver Christopher, (linen only) Boroughbridge

Milliners & Dressmakers,

  • Steator Elizabeth, Boroughbridge
  • Tebb Ann (& draper) Boroughbridge
  • Williams Jane, Boroughbridge

Nursery & Seedsmen,

  • Abley Robert, Aldborough
  • Irvin James, Boroughbridge

Painters Plumbers and Glaziers,

  • Buttery Thomas William, Boroughbridge
  • Jackson Thomas, Boroughbridge


  • Fulton John, Boroughbridge
  • Warwick William (& porter dealer) Boroughbridge

Straw Hat Makers,

  • Metcalfe Isabella, Boroughbridge
  • Sleator Elizabeth, Boroughbridge


  • Parkinson William, Boroughbridge
  • Sedgwick Roger, Boroughbridge


  • Bruce Matthew Aldborough
  • Dagget John, Boroughbridge
  • Fothergill James, Boroughbridge
  • Fothergill William, Boroughbridge
  • Umpleby Francis, Aldborough

Taverns & Public Houses,

  • Black Bull, Silvester Dawson, Boroughbridge
  • Black Horse, Edw, Swinbank, Boroughbridge
  • Black Lion, Thomas Marston, Boroughbridge
  • Black Swan, George Rowell, Boroughbridge
  • Freemasons' Arms, George Harker, Boroughbridge
  • Grantham Arms, Geo, Hood, Boroughbridge
  • Malt Shovel, Robert Winteringham, Boroughbridge
  • Ship, Richard Blackburn, Aldborough
  • Three Horse Shoes, Jonathan Morrell, Boroughbridge
  • White Horse, Samuel Morrell, Boroughbridge
  • Windmills, Francis Earle, Boroughbridge

Timber Merchants,

  • Hogg M. & William, Boroughbridge
  • Steele John (& iron) Boroughbridge


  • Blackburn George, canal agent, Boroughbridge
  • Brown George, turner, Boroughbridge
  • Dalton Henry, brazier & tinner, Boroughbridge
  • Darnbrough William, tanner, Boroughbridge
  • Duffield Michael, linen & sacking manufacturer, Aldborough
  • Gatenby Edward, baker & flour dealer, Boroughbridge
  • Heuthwaite James, flax dresser, Boroughbridge
  • Horner Elizabeth, shoe & cap dealer, Boroughbridge
  • Jackson Jonathan, watch & clock maker, Boroughbridge
  • Lancaster Ths, ham & bacon dealer, Boroughbridge
  • Lumley John, veterinary surgeon, Boroughbridge
  • Morrell Joseph, porter mercht, Boroughbridge
  • Morrell Samuel & Jonathan, brewers, Boroughbridge
  • Mortimer Thomas, painter & paper hanger Boroughbridge
  • Pearson George, cooper, Boroughbridge
  • Robinson George, druggist and tea dealer, Boroughbridge
  • Sadler ----, gunsmith, Aldborough
  • Scurrah Christopher, glass & earthenware dealer, Boroughbridge
  • Shepherd Francis, whitesmith, Boroughbridge
  • Smith Elizabeth, confectioner, Boroughbridge
  • Wilson William, wheelwright, Boroughbridge


  • All call at the Crown Boroughbridge.
  • To London, the Express (from Carlisle) every Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings at six; goes thro, York, Doncaster Grantham & Biggleswade.
  • To Carlisle the Express (from London) every Monday, Wednesday and Friday forenoon at eleven; goes thro' Richmond, Greta Bridge, Appleby and Penrith
  • To Leeds, the Phoenix (from Newcastle-upon-Tyne) every afternoon (Sundays excepted) at four; goes thro' Knaresborough and Harrogate.
  • To Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, the Phoenix (from Leeds) every morning (Sundays excepted) at ten; goes thro' Thirsk, Stockton, Sunderland & South Shields.


  • To Leeds, Northallerton, &c. Hobson & Welsh's- & F. & R. Pickersgill's
  • To Thornton Dale, from the Black Bull, Boroughbridge, daily.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003