Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for BOSTON in Pigot's Directory of 1834.
The names without address are in Boston:
Gentry and Clergy,
- Abbot Mr. William
- Atkinson Miss Isabella
- Atkinson Rev. J.W.
- Atkinson Rev. William
- Bate Mr. Roger
- Batly Mr. John (surgeon)
- Bownas Mr. Thomas
- Boynton Lady
- Brownrigg Rev. Thomas
- Carroll George, esq.
- Casson Mr. William (surgeon)
- Cookson Henry, esq.
- Eamonson Rev. Benj. Bramham hse
- Eyre Mrs. Mary
- Fawcett Mr. Henry
- Fisher Charles A. esq. Walton
- Fox Mrs.
- Gatliffe William, esq. Cottage
- Gossip Randal, esq. Thorp-Arch hall
- Johnson Mrs. Mary
- Lane Colonel
- Matson Mr. Henry
- Maxwell Mrs.
- Oates Mrs. Mary
- Oldfield the Misses Rachael & Betsy
- Paine Mrs.
- Parr Mrs. Helen
- Peacopp Rev. Edward
- Peacopp Mrs.
- Poole Mrs. Mary
- Radcliffe Rev. John, Bramham
- Robinson Mr. Robert
- Shann Miss Ann
- Smith Mrs.
- Smyth Miss Catherine
- Taite Mrs.
- Vincent Captain George
- Vincent Wm. Read, esq. Benston ldge
- Westwood Wm. esq. Farrow's cotge
- Wilkinson Mrs. Charlotte
Academies & Schools,
Not otherwise described are Day Schools.
- Brownrigg Rev. Thos. (gent's bdg.)
- Free School, Thorp-Arch - Wm. Tricket, master
- Halfpenny Charlotte (ladies boarding & day)
- Jackson Wm. (gentlemen's boarding and day)
- Pearson Rosamond
- Powell Fanny
- Shea Thomas
- Tricket Mrs.
- Walker Eleanor
Inns & Public Houses,
- Admiral Hawke, James Shepherd
- Crown Inn, Thomas Powell
- Farrar's Hotel (and posting house) John Farrar
- Fox & Hounds, Joseph Chippendale
- Goat's Head, John Clough, Thorp-A
Shopkeepers & Traders,
- Arnold William, saddler
- Banks Wm. cooper & dish turner
- Bowdler Charles, butcher
- Bradley George, painter
- Brown James, blacksmith
- Bulmer Benj. joiner & cabinet makr
- Bulmer George, chymist & druggist
- Burnell John, brazier & tinman
- Burnley Jon. miller & timber mrcht
- Burnley Jonathan, jun. maltster
- Chippendale Abraham, joiner & cabinet maker
- Clark Stephen, gardener
- Clark Thomas, shoemaker
- Clarkson Thos. millwright, Thorp-A
- Cryer Richard, butcher
- Cullingworth Henry, shopkeeper
- Dalby David, grocer, draper, ironmonger and gunsmith
- Dalby Robert, shopkeeper
- Dixon George, shoemaker
- Ellis Thomas, shopkeeper
- Farrar John, butcher
- Farrar Thomas, tailor
- Foster John, shoemaker
- Greensides William, gardener, &c.
- Haw Richard, tailor
- Haw Thomas, shoemaker
- Heaseltine William, livery stables
- Holmes Robert, boot & shoemaker
- Huddleston Isaac, miller, Flint mills, Thorp-Arch
- Jagger Joseph, stone mason
- King Mary, straw hat maker
- Lightler John, straw hat maker
- Mason Christopher, grocer, &c.
- Mawson James, saddler
- Morris Benjamin, baker
- Mountain John, joiner, cabinet maker and builder
- Noble George, stone mason
- Noble Jonathan, gardener
- Pearson Robert, tailor & draper
- Pennett George, tailor
- Pick George, shopkeeper
- Pick William, stone mason
- Powell Charles, shoemaker
- Powell Sarah, straw hat maker
- Pulfrey Robert, shopkeeper
- Rayner Thomas, shopkeeper, &c.
- Richmond Mark, gardener
- Rider Wm. boot & shoemaker
- Sharrow Richd. boot & shoemaker
- Spink Benjamin, hair cutter
- Thackray John, miller, Thorp-Arch
- Thackray John, shopkeeper, Thorp-a
- Thelwell William, stone mason
- Tricket Thomas, land surveyor
- Turner John, carpenter & wheelwright, Thorp-Arch
- Wharton Mattw. blacksmith, Thorp-Arch
- Wilkinson Samuel, linen & woollen draper and tea dealer
- Wilks Thomas, plumber & glazier
- Williamson Nancy and Elizabeth, milliners and dress makers
- Wood Wm. paper makr, Thorp-Arch
- To Leeds, William Palethorp, from his house, Boston, every Thursady - and Wm. Atkin, every Tuesday & Sat.
- To York and Wetherby, William Palethorp, every Tuesday & Saturday - and William Atkin, every Thursday.
Transcribed by Steve Garton. ©2000