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

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

Post Office,

  • Thomas Fisher, Post Master.
  • Letters are despatched to Harrogate; for all parts by a mail gig, every evening at nine, and arrive every evening at eight.

Nobility Gentry and Clergy,

  • Ingilby Sir William Amcotts, bart. M. P. Ripley castle
  • Powell Rev. H. W. head master of the free school, Ripley
  • Rawson Benjamin, esq. Nidd hall, Ripley
  • Stocken Rev. Henry, Ripley
  • Strother Richard, esq Killinghall
  • Williamson Jonathan, esq. Hollins house, Killinghall

Inns & Public Houses,

  • Boar's Head, Mary Taylor, Ripley
  • George Inn, Alexander Mabon, Killinghall
  • Hare & Hounds, Stephen Broadbelt, Ripley
  • Star Inn (and excise office) George Wood, Ripley
  • Three Horse Shoes, Jonathan Hannam, Killinghall

Shopkeepers & Traders,

  • Boldison William, boot & shoe maker, Killinghall
  • Broadbelt John, corn factor, Killinghall.
  • Brown John, tailor, Killinghall
  • Croft William, miller and corn dealer, Killinghall Mills
  • Dunderdale David, blacksmith, Killinghall
  • Elliott George, stone mason, Ripley
  • Farnell John, tailor & draper, Killinghall
  • Fisher Thomas, grocer & draper, Ripley
  • Fletcher Thomas, saddler, Ripley
  • Foster Bartholomew, master of the free school, Ripley
  • Foster Robert, butcher, Ripley
  • Graham John, carpenter & builder, Killinghall
  • Graham Robert, carpenter & builder Killinghall
  • Hardcastle Henry, miller, Knox Mill, Killinghall
  • Harper Bartholomew, boot & shoe maker, Killinghall
  • Ingle Thomas, butcher, Ripley
  • Knipe Wm, day school, Killinghall
  • Legge William, gardener, Ripley
  • Mason Thomas, cabinet maker, Ripley
  • Norfolk Cornelius, plumber and glazier, Killinghall
  • Shephard James, boot & shoe maker, Killinghall
  • Smith John, tailor, Ripley
  • Stocks Thomas, currier, Killinghall
  • Thorpe Henry, grocer, Killinghall
  • Thorpe William, boot and shoe maker, Ripley
  • Tinsdale William, tailor & draper, Ripley
  • Topham George, carpenter, Ripley.
  • Topham William, carpenter, Killinghall
  • Trees John, miller, Scaro Mill.
  • Walker John, blacksmith, Ripley.
  • Walker Joseph, steward to Sir W. A. Ingilby, Ripley
  • Walker Thos, blacksmith, Killinghall
  • Wardman James, grocer, Killinghall
  • Webster William, butcher, Killinghall


  • To and from Leeds and all parts of the North, pass through here twice a day.


  • To all parts of the North and South, Pickersgill & Co.'s Wagons (from Leeming-lane) pass thro' here every Tues. day, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003