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

Gentry and Clergy,

  • Milner Sir William, Nun Appleton
  • Nicholson Nichol, esq. Wistowgate
  • Rennison Mr. Joseph
  • Smith Rev. Henry
  • Smith Mr. Jasper
  • Wormald Edwd. esq. Cawood castle

Academies and School,

  • Free School --- Robt. Abbey, master
  • Jameson Mary
  • Warrington Esther


  • Clark William
  • Wighteman John
  • Wighteman William

Inns & Public Houses,

  • Anchor, Joseph Howcroft
  • Cawood Castle, Mary Benson
  • Ferry Boat House, Thos. Rountree
  • Red Lion, Matthew Corbett
  • Red Lion, William Warrington
  • Thompson's Arms, Eleanor Smith

Shopkeepers & Traders,

  • Armstrong Thomas, joiner, &c.
  • Bedford William, bricklayer
  • Benson William, butcher
  • Bland John, grocer & draper
  • Burrows John, blacksmith
  • Crosslend Wm. boot & shoe maker
  • Dowson Elizabeth, straw hat maker
  • Dowson George, wood valuer
  • Ellison Jno. cabinet maker & joiner
  • Emmett Anthony, tailor
  • Fetherston Elizabeth, baker
  • Fetherston John, bricklayer
  • Fetherson Thomas, flax dresser
  • Forth Harry, tailor & draper
  • Gilbertson John, Butcher
  • Gibertson Wm. gardener & seedsman
  • Harper William, grocer & draper
  • Hartley Joseph, butcher
  • Hawcroft Joseph, wheelwright
  • Jackson Richard, fellmonger & glover
  • King Edmund, grocer & druggist
  • Leaper Thomas, saddler
  • Liddle John, coal dealer
  • Liddle Joseph, gardener & seedsman
  • Marshall William, flax dresser and hop & nail bag manufacturer
  • Marshall Wm. linen draper & tea dlr
  • Milner Richard, flax dresser & hop & nail bag manufacturer
  • Morrett William, shoe maker
  • Mountain Joseph, butcher
  • Newton John, bricklayer
  • Nicholson James, blacksmith
  • Parker John, butcher
  • Plowman Matthew, hair cutter
  • Robinson Mark, coal dealer
  • Silverwood William, butcher
  • Smith Matthew, miller
  • Stansfield William, wheelwright
  • Stead William, wheelwright
  • Strannoch Wm. gardener & seedsman
  • Taylor James, grocer & draper
  • Taylor William, basket maker
  • Turner John, beer retailer
  • Warrington John, beer retailer
  • Watson William, plumber & glazier & flour dealer
  • Wiseman John, boot & shoe maker
  • Wood Joseph, blacksmith
  • Wood Thomas, blacksmith
  • Woodall John, tailor


  • To Selby, Henry Gunwell, from his house, every Monday, and John Stead, every Monday, Thursday, and Saturday.

Conveyance by Water,

  • To York, Thomas Bolton's Boat (for passengers and goods), from the Ferry house, every Friday, the time being regulated by the tide.

Transcribed by Steve Garton. ©2000