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Cawood Directory of Trades and Professions for 1829

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

Post Office,

  • Market-place, John Stead, Post Master.
  • Letters for all parts are despatched to Selby. every Monday, Tuesday and Saturday at nine in the morning, and arrive therefrom on the same days at five in the afternoon.

Nobility, Gentry and Clergy,

  • Croft Rev. Christopher, Ryther gate
  • Milner Sir William Mordant, Nun Appleton
  • Nicholson Nichol, esq. Wistow gate
  • Wormald Edward, esq. Cawood castle

Surgeons,

  • Clark William, Market place
  • Whiteman John, Ryther gate
  • Whiteman William, Ryther gate

Inns, Taverns & Public Houses,

  • Anchor, Joseph Hawcroft, Market place
  • Cawood Castle, William Benson, Wistow gate King street
  • Ferry House, William Harrington,
  • Jolly Sailor, James Dawson, Market place
  • Red Lion, John Barrows, Sherburn street
  • Thompson's Arms, John Smith, Market place

Shopkeepers & Traders,

  • Armstrong William, carpenter & joiner, Market place
  • Benson William, butcher, Sherburn street
  • Dowson Elizabeth, straw hat maker, Sherburn street
  • Emmet Anthony, tailor, Ryder gate
  • Fetherston William, baker, Market place
  • Forth Henry, tailor, Market place
  • Grindwell William, boot & shoemaker, Market place
  • Harper William, linen draper, Market place
  • Hartle Joseph, butcher, Sherburn street
  • Johnson Beilby, grocer and linen draper, Sherburn street
  • Leaper Thomas, saddler & harness maker, Ryther gate
  • Marshall William, hop & nail bag manufacturer, Ryther gate
  • Mountain Joseph, butcher, Market place
  • Prince William, butcher, Market place
  • Rennison Joseph, master of the free grammar school, Water row
  • Ryther John, potter, Ryther gate
  • Smith Matthew, corn miller
  • Taylor James, linen draper, Market place
  • Turner Nathaniel, bricklayer, Market place
  • Walkup William, hair dresser, Market place
  • Wood Joseph, blacksmith, Market place

Conveyance By Water. Canal,

  • To York, Thomas Bolton's Market Boat, every Thursday and Saturday.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003