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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for GIGGLESWICK in Baines's Directory and Gazetteer Directory of 1822.

Gentry &c.:

  • Carr Richard, gentleman
  • Carr Rev. Thomas, A. M.
  • Clapham Rev. John, A. M. vicar
  • Clapham Mrs. gentlewoman
  • Geldard John, Esq. Coppleside hall
  • Howson Rev. John, clerk, under classical master of tree grammar schl.
  • Ingram Rev. Rowland, head master of free grammar school
  • Lunds Misses Ann, Eliz and Mary
  • Stackhouse William, mathematical assistant at the grammar school

Miscellany of trades

  • Brayshaw Robert, tallow chandler
  • Garstrang Robert, vict. cotton mfr. & spinner, Hartshead
  • Hutton William, grocer
  • King Henry, grocer
  • Paley William Lodge, schoolmaster
  • Parker Cuthbert, wheelwright
  • Redmayn Marmaduke, shoe maker
  • Taylor John, cotton mfr. & spinner
  • Waller John, vict. Black Horse
  • Wildman William, cattle dealer
  • Wood George, paper maker

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for LANGCLIFFE in Baines's Directory and Gazetteer Directory of 1822.

Miscellany of trades

  • Clayton Wm. & Sons, cotton manufacturers & spinners
  • Herring Matthew, cooper
  • Hill Robert, grocer
  • Jackman Jonathan, plasterer
  • King William, grazier
  • Starkie Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Swale Mrs. gentwmn. Langcliffe hall
  • Wood Geo. paper manufacturer

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for RATHMELL in Baines's Directory and Gazetteer Directory of 1822.

Gentry &c.:

  • Brown Ralph Horner, Esq.

Miscellany of trades

  • Brown Anthony, grocer & tea dealer
  • Coates Christopher, corn miller
  • Geldard John Esq. Capple Side
  • Newhouse John, wheelwright
  • Proctor Samuel, blacksmith
  • Thomlinson Wm. schoolmaster
  • Wolfenden Geo. vict. Cross Keys

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for SETTLE in Baines's Directory and Gazetteer Directory of 1822.


  • Letters from the South arrive at 8 morn, ar. desp. at 12 at noon. From the North arr. at 6 evn. are desp. at 9 morn.


Miscellany of trades

  • Armistead Ann, grocer & flour dealer
  • Armistead Richard, grocer & flour dlr.
  • Atkinson Robert, vict. Spread Eagle
  • Baldwin John, nail maker
  • Bilton William, saddler
  • Birkbeck J. Esq. banker, Anley house
  • Birkbeck William, agent to Phoenix Fire & Life Insurance
  • Birkbeck, Alcock, Peart, and Moffat, bankers, draw on Barnard, Dimsdale, & Dimsdale, London
  • Bowskill John, vict. White Horse
  • Bowskill Wm. black & whitesmith
  • Bradley Mrs. Mary, gentlewoman
  • Brinnand Thomas, cotton spinner
  • Bristow Rev. T. S.
  • Broader Joseph, schoolmaster
  • Broughton Robert, cooper
  • Brown John, bookbinder
  • Brown Robert, tailor
  • Buchanan Eliza, gentlewoman
  • Calvert William, butcher
  • Carr Richard & William, solicitors
  • Carr Roger, butcher
  • Carr Thomas, butcher
  • Clayton Wm. & Sons, cotton spinners
  • Clough John, boot and shoe maker
  • Clough Thomas, boot and shoe maker
  • Constantine Mary, dress maker
  • Cork Wm. hair dresser & tea dealer
  • Cragg Miss Eliz. ladies boarding school
  • Dawson Rev. Richard, rector of Bolton
  • Dodds Thomas, earthenware dealer
  • Duckett Charles, boot and shoe maker
  • Ellis Thomas, painter & grocer
  • Ellison James, flour dealer
  • Foster Ann & Nanny, gentlewomen
  • Gifford William, butcher
  • Hallpike Ann, tea dealer
  • Hallpike Vincent, cabinet maker
  • Hardacre Eliz. grocer and draper
  • Harger Eli. vict. Naked Man
  • Harger Joseph, vict. Royal Oak
  • Harger Rd. grocer & earthenware dlr.
  • Harger Robert, joiner & cabinet mkr.
  • Hargrave John. butcher
  • Hargrave Thos. clock & watch maker
  • Hargrave Wm. grocer, and butcher
  • Harling Wm. wheelwright
  • Hartley J. & W. solicitors & agents to the Norwich Union Co.
  • Hartley Robert victualler, Golden Lion, (post chaise)
  • Holgate Wm. gentleman
  • Horner Ann, linen draper & milliner
  • Horner Elizabeth, gentlewoman
  • Howson Wm. spirit merchant
  • Hutchinson John tailor
  • Kendall Ann, milliner & dress maker
  • Lancaster Robert, ironmonger
  • Lee Thomas, blacksmith
  • Leeming Rd. solicitor, agt. to the County Fire & Provident Life Office
  • Marsden Richard, butcher
  • Marsden Wm. saddler & harness mkr.
  • Maudsley Richard, tanner
  • Measing Wm. corn miller
  • Moffat John, Esq. banker
  • Moorhouse Mary, vict. New Inn
  • Morphet Stephen, joiner & carpenter
  • Morphet Susannah, grocer
  • Oldfield Mary, vict. Talbot
  • Parkinson Edward, boot & shoe mkr.
  • Parkinson Edward, clock & watch mkr.
  • Peart John, Esq. banker
  • Picard Mary, gentlewoman
  • Pim Thomas, Swaw Beck
  • Prest John, grocer, draper & shoe dlr.
  • Preston Eliz. linen draper & tea dlr.
  • Preston Ellen linen draper & milliner
  • Preston Ellison boot & shoe maker
  • Preston Jane, gentlewoman
  • Preston Richard, tallow chandler
  • Procktor Jas. & Son, cotton spinners
  • Ralph John, whitesmith
  • Ramsey Joseph, spirit merchant
  • Read John, clog & patten maker
  • Redmayne Chr. furnishing ironmonger
  • Redmayne, G. & ft. mercers & drapers
  • Redshaw Wm., currier, leather seller
  • Richardson Ann, gentlewoman
  • Robinson Robert, tailor
  • Robinson Thomas, surgeon
  • Robinson Wm. solicitor
  • Rogers James, surgeon
  • Scott Robert, wholesale grocer, &c.
  • Silverwood James, plumber & glazier
  • Skirrow Peter, tallow chandler
  • Snell Henry, tailor
  • Stackhouse Anthony, gentleman
  • Sutcliffe Wm. physician
  • Sutton Robert, millwright
  • Tatham John & Son, druggists, linen drapers, and importers
  • Taylor John, painter & plasterer
  • Thornber John, auctioneer
  • Town Wm. gentleman
  • Turner Wm. hat manufacturer
  • Waddington John, blacksmith
  • Waddington John, rope maker
  • Walker Wm. bookbinder & printer
  • Whaley A. linen & woollen draper
  • Whittam Matthew, tanner
  • Wildman Miss Mary, gentlewoman
  • Wildman Matthias, boot & shoe mkr.
  • Wildman Wm. vict. Joiner's Arms
  • Wilkinson Geo. joiner & cabinet mkr.
  • Wilman John, tea dealer


  • ROYAL UNION POST COACH to Leeds at 12 at noon, to Kendal at 5 evg.


  • Gill's waggons (from the Joiner's Arms) to Pateley-Bridge & Grassington, every Wednesday morng.
  • Jackson & Co.'s waggons (from the Royal Oak) to Leeds, London, & the intermediate places, every Wednesday morning. To Kendall every Sunday evening.
  • John Dowker from Wilson's warehouse, to Kendall, twice per week
  • John Wilson, to Leeds every Sun. and Wed. evenings at 9. To Skipton every Mon. Wed, and Sat, morn. To Halifax every Sunday night to the Leeds and Liverpool Canal warehouse Gargrave, every morn. To Guisbro' every Thu. morning. To Lancaster every Monday and Thursday evenings.
  • Marsden's waggons (from the Royal Oak) to Hawes, every Monday morning. To Clitheroe every Wednesday morning.
  • Sedgwick's waggons (from the Naked Man) to Lancaster every Monday and Thursday evenings.
  • Thornber's waggons to Colne from the Royal Oak) every Saturday morn.
  • Wilman's carts (from the joiner's Arms) to Guisbro' every Thursday morn.

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for STAINFORTH in Baines's Directory and Gazetteer Directory of 1822.

Miscellany of trades

  • Atkinson John, schoolmaster
  • Bentley Anthony, grocer
  • Brown Christopher, Esq.
  • Brown Thomas gentleman
  • Foster James, Esq.
  • Foster Wm. cooper & flour dealer
  • Parker Thos. vict. Pack Horse
  • Sharp Henry, blacksmith
  • Slinger M. P. grazier
  • Stackhouse Anthony, gent. (book says Starkhouse)
  • Stackhouse Thomas, gent. (book says Starkhouse)
  • Twistleton Francis, cattle dealer
  • Twistleton James, butcher

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003