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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for BOSTON in Pigot's Directory of 1834.

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