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

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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

Carriers,

  • 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