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

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

Post Office.

  • Bingley, Joseph Richardson, Post Master.
  • Letters are despatched by Mail cart to Bradford, Leeds, Skipton, Ottley and Halifax at half-past one every afternoon, and arrive at half-past seven in the morning.
  • Letters arrive from Keighley at half-past one every afternoon.

Gentry and Clergy,

  • Beck Benjamin, gent. Bingley
  • Chapman Thomas, esq. Bingley
  • Clarkson Rev. Abraham, Bingley
  • Farrand Edward, esq., St. Ives
  • Greenwood John, gent. Morton
  • Hartley Rev. Richard, Bingley
  • Hodgson Richard, gent. Greenhill hall
  • M'Kaig Rev. John, Bingley
  • Parker Rev. John, Bingley
  • Rushforth Thomas, gent. Morton
  • Walker Farrand, esq. Harding grange
  • Whitley Thomas, esq. Gauthorp hall

Academies & Schools,

  • Bowers Benjamin (boys' & girls' day) Bingley
  • Grammar School, Bingley-Rev. Richard Hartley, master
  • National School (girls') Bingley -Ann Barber, mistress
  • Richardson Joseph (boys' day) Bingley
  • Wreakes the Misses (ladies' boarding and day) Bingley


  • Barret John, Bingley
  • Butterfield Francis, Bingley
  • Whitley Henry, Bingley


  • Bradley William & Brothers, Bingley
  • Jowett Mary, Bingley
  • Lambert John, Bingley
  • Longbottom Robert, Bingley

Boot and Shoe Makers,

  • Hargreaves John, Bingley
  • Metcalf Leonard, Bingley
  • Speight James, Bingley
  • Stephenson John, Bingley
  • Wild John, Bingley
  • Wilkinson John, Bingley


  • Dean John (& bacon factor) Bingley
  • Waddington Walker, Bingley
  • Whiteley Edward, Bingley
  • Whiteley Joint, Bingley
  • Whiteley William, Bingley
  • Whiteley William, jun. Bingley

Carpenters, Builders, &c,

  • Allan William, (& millwright) Bingley
  • Balme Joshua (joiner) Bingley
  • Dean John, jun. (& auctioneer, &c.) Bingley
  • Dean John, sen. (and timber merchant and wharfinger) Bingley
  • Foulds Thomas, Bingley
  • Green Joseph, (& wheelwright) Bingley
  • Halfpenny Thomas, Bingley
  • Hudson John, Bingley

Corn Millers,

  • Ellis Robert, Bingley
  • England William, Bingley

Grocers and Drapers,

  • Beanlands Jonathan, (grocer only) Bingley
  • Clough Mary (linen draper only) Bingley
  • Dawson Sarah (linen draper) Bingley
  • Fairnside John, Bingley
  • Foulds William, (linen draper) Bingley
  • Hardy James, Bingley
  • Long bottom Joseph, (grocer) Bingley
  • Maud Betty, Bingley
  • Rycroft Henry (grocer) Bingley
  • Sutcliffe Thomas, (grocer only) Bingley
  • Whiteley Samuel, Bingley
  • Whitley John (and flour dealer) Bingley

Ironmongers, Braziers & Tin-Plate Workers,

  • Haggas D. Bingley
  • Outterside John, Bingley


  • Broadbent Benjamin, Bingley
  • Scott Christopher, Bingley
  • Scott James, Bingley
  • Sutcliffe Thomas, Bingley

Milliners, Dress & Straw Hat Makers,

  • Bannister Elizabeth, Bingley
  • England Elizabeth, Bingley

Painters, Plumbers and Glaziers,

  • Lambert Thomas (painter & gilder) Bingley
  • Smith Isaac, Bingley
  • Wood James, Bingley

Paper Manufacturers,

  • Agar John & Son, Morton
  • Clapham William & Thomas, Morton
  • Smith John, Bingley

Saddlers and Harness Makers,

  • Bannister Bannister, Bingley
  • Hodgson Thomas, Bingley


  • Cooper Thomas & Son, Bingley
  • Waiblinger Henry, Bingley
  • Wilson Thomas, Bingley


  • Ralston Thomas, Bingley
  • Taylor Jeremiah, Bingley
  • Taylor Timothy, Bingley
  • Walbank John (& draper) Bingley

Taverns & Public Houses,

  • Brown Cow, Christopher Edmondson, Ireland
  • Fleece, Abraham Grace, Bingley
  • Old Elm Tree, Alexander Little, Bingley
  • Old Ring's Head, William Robinson, Bingley
  • Queen's Head, Mary Jowett, Bingley
  • Ring-of-Bells, Thomas Halfpenny, Bingley
  • White Horse, Isabella Smith, Bingley

Worsted Spinners,

  • Maud James Murgatroyd, Bingley
  • Nichols William & Son, Morton
  • Sharp John, Bingley
  • Townend George & Brothers, Cullingworth
  • Walker George, Morton
  • Whaley, Hambley & Co. Harding

Worsted Spinners and Manufacturers,

  • Anderton John, Cullingworth
  • Anderton William, Bingley
  • Berwick Edward, Cottingley
  • Berwick James (manufctr.) Gilstead
  • Illingworth John (manufacturer) Bingley
  • Moulding Samuel & Joseph, Bingley
  • Nichols Samuel, (manufactr.) Morton
  • Sharp, Hubbert & Co. Morton
  • Sharp William & Jonas, Bingley
  • Sugden John, Cottingley
  • Walker Matthew & Thomas, Bingley
  • Whitley John (manufactr) Morton
  • Whitley Joseph, Micklethwaite


  • Atkinson Samuel, hat manufactr. Bingley
  • Binns & Green, woolstaplers, Bingley
  • Briggs Thomas, tallow chandler and bacon factor, Bingley
  • Brook Samuel, cooper, Bingley
  • Dunn John, chymist & druggist, Bingley
  • Ellis William, cotton spinner, Bingley
  • Farnell Thomas, spirit merchant, Bingley
  • Hanson Christopher, upholsterer and cabinet maker, Bingley
  • Harrison Jonathan, printer & bookbinder, Bingley
  • Holdsworth William, clock & watch maker, and ironmonger, Bingley
  • Hudson John, wheelwright & coal dealer, Bingley
  • Lapish John, stone mason, Bingley
  • Neale William, machine maker, Bingley
  • Read John, iron founder, Bingley
  • Smith William, wool comb maker, Bingley
  • Sutcliffe Edward, governor of Bingley prison, master of the workhouse, and deputy constable, Bingley
  • Swire Elias, clog & patten maker, Bingley
  • White Jonathan, currier & leather cutter, Bingley


  • To Kendal, the Union (from Leeds) Calls at the Old King's Head, everyday (Sundays excepted) at twelve; goes thro' Keighley, Skipton, Settle, Ingleton and Kirkby Lonsdale.
  • To Leeds, the Union (from Kendal) calls at the 91d King's Head, every afternoon (Sundays excepted) at half. past four-the Alexander (from Skip. ton) calls at the White Horse, every morning (Sundays excepted) at eight -and the invincible (from Preston) calls at the Old King's Head, every afternoon (Sundays excepted) at half-past three.
  • To Preston, the Invincible (from Leeds) calls at the Old King's Head, every morning (Sundays excepted) at nine; goes thro' Keighley, Colne, Burnley and Blackburn.
  • To Skipton, the Alexander (from Leeds) calls at the White Horse, every evening (Sundays excepted) at seven.


  • To Bradford, Isaac Rhodes & Thomas Ellison, from their houses, Bingley, three times a-week.
  • To Kendal, Richard Shephard (from Leeds calls at the White Horse, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
  • To Leeds, Richard Shephard (from Kendal) calls at the White Horse, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday-and Wilkinson Lund (from Keighley) calls at the same place, every Monday.

Conveyance By Water - Canal,

  • To Liverpool & all parts of the kingdom, the Union Company's Boats, call at Dean's, and at Jowett's wharfs, daily.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003