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

Miscellany of trades

  • Post Master- John Hartley, Office, East Side Bridge.



  • Acomb William, (day) Bridge foot
  • Collins James, (day) Vicarage lane
  • Jones Robert, (day) High street
  • Reed Hannah, (ladies' day) Chapel st.
  • Rhodes Rev. William, (grammar) Church street
  • Tasker Catharine and Mary, (ladies' boarding) Vicarage house
  • Weatherby John, (day) Chapel street
  • Webster George (day) Rawcliffe's yard, East side bridge


  • Ballie Richard, Kirkgate
  • Upton George, Westgate
  • Upton James, Westgate

Auctioneers and Appraisers,

  • Cameron Daniel, Bridge street
  • Hunter Thomas, (appraiser) High St.


  • Leaberry William, High street
  • Pannet George, East side bridge
  • Simpson Michael, East side bridge
  • Wood Eleanor, (and confectioner) Chapel street

Basket Makers,

  • Daniel Thomas, Bridge street Daniel
  • John, East side bridge

Blacksmiths, &c.

  • Ellis Thomas, High street
  • Groves William, Bridge street
  • Hawkin William, High street
  • Houseman William, East side bridge
  • Irish John, East side bridge
  • Reynolds John, Chapel street
  • Swift Joseph, East side bridge

Booksellers, Binders, &c.,

  • Bee John & William, (and perfumers) Bridge street

Boot and Shoe Makers,

  • Grimston Robert, East side bridge
  • Hodgson William, Vicarage lane
  • Holdstock Henry, Chapel street
  • Kidd Charles, East side bridge
  • Lockwood Thomas, High street
  • Lofthouse Benjamin, Chapel street
  • Marshall John New street
  • Middleton William, Kirkgate
  • Nicholson George, East side bridge
  • Nicholson John, Bridge street
  • Nicholson William, Kirkgate
  • Robinson John, Kirkgate
  • Smith John, High street
  • Snowden William, Kirkgate

Braziers and Tinsmiths,

  • Lofthouse Joseph, Chapel street
  • Stafford John, High street


  • Hartley Jane, (ale) New street

Bricklayers, &c.

  • Potter William, East side bridge
  • Stellings John, East side bridge


  • Daniel William, East side bridge
  • Goodbarn Benjamin, Market place
  • Lofthouse Christopher, East side bridge
  • Lofthouse Wilson, High street
  • Nottage John, Bridge street
  • Parke Henry, Kirkgate
  • Wilkinson James, High street

Cabinet Makers,

  • Huscroft John, Centre lane
  • Huscroft William, High street
  • Marshall William, Chapel street
  • Simpson Thomas High street
  • Smith Richard, Kirkgate
  • Waterhouse Henry, New street

Coal Dealers,

  • Cameron Daniel, Bridge street
  • Foster John, Bridge street
  • S pence John, Bridge street
  • Watson Joseph, East side bridge


  • Clark Thomas, Bridge street
  • Midlam Benjamin Kirkgate

Corn Millers,

  • Allenby John; East side bridge
  • Hartley Thomas, East side bridge

Fire Offices,

  • County William Smith, High street
  • Norwich Union, Benj. Scott, High st.

Grocers, Tea Dealers, &c.,

  • Bell John, East side bridge
  • Bromet John, (& druggist) Bridge st,
  • Saville George, High street
  • Smith Richard, High street
  • Whitwell John, Bridge street
  • Wilsthorp James, Bridge street

Hat Manufacturers,

  • Bean William, High street Crossley
  • William, Chapel street

Hotels, Inns and Taverns,

  • Angel Inn, Matthew Kidd, (posting house) High street
  • Angel, Richard Farrar East side bdg.
  • Bay Horse, William Houseman, East side bridge
  • Black Bull, John Camomile, Kirkgate
  • Bull & Dog, Samuel Varley, Kirkgate
  • Coach and Horses, William Scott, East side bridge
  • Crown, Robert Prince Kirkgate
  • Elephant & Castle, Thomas Allenby East side bridge
  • Falcon, Joseph Cawood, Chapel st.
  • Falcon, Thomas Liversidge, Kirkgate
  • Fleece, John Coates, Kirkgate
  • George & Dragon, William Hawkin, Nigh street
  • Golden Lion, William Cullingworth Bridge street
  • Griffin, Martha Williamson, New st.
  • Hope and Anchor, John Spence, Bridge street
  • Malt Shovel Eliz. Hoggitt, New st.
  • Red Hart, John Coates, Bridge st.
  • Red Lion, Thos. Bradley, Chapel st.
  • Robin Hood, Jane Midlam, Kirkgate
  • Rose and Crown, Stephen Thomas, (posting house) East side bridge
  • Royal Oak, John Gaines, East side bridge
  • Travelling Man, William Ward, East side bridge
  • White Horse, Wm. Backhouse, (posting house) High street
  • White Swan, John Priest, Bridge St.

Joiners and Carpenters,

  • Archbell John, (& hardware dealer) Kirkgate
  • Fairborn John, Chapel street
  • Pannet Marmaduke, Chapel st.
  • Smith Richard, (& hardware dealer) Kirkgate
  • Tasker John, New street

Libraries, Circulating,

  • Bee Wm. & John, Bridge st.
  • Scott Benj. Kirkgate

Linen and Woollen Drapers,

  • Jackson Wm. Bridge street
  • Naylor Geo. Kirkgate
  • Saville Geo. High street
  • Scott Benj. Kirkgate
  • Smith Wm. High street
  • Stafford J. Commercial street


  • Bywater Witham, New street
  • Hartley Jane, New street
  • Smith Richard, Kirkgate
  • Thomlinson Richard, High st.

Painters, House and Sign,

  • Fairbourn Geo. Kirkgate
  • Fairbourn John, Bridge street
  • Thompson Wm. New street

Plumbers and Glaziers,

  • Backhouse Samuel New street
  • Borthwick John, Kirkgate
  • Hook Joseph, New street


  • Arnold Wm. Kirkgate
  • Brown Francis High street
  • Crabtree Joseph Bridge street
  • Crabtree Wm. East side bridge

Spirit and Wine Merchants,

  • Goldthorp Robert, (& porter) High st.
  • Jackson Wm. Bridge street
  • Swift Geo. (& porter) Kirkgate

Stone Masons,

  • Bilbrough Enoch Chapel street
  • Drake Michael, (lime burner & quarry owner) Chapel street
  • Liversedge Thos. jun. (& lime burner) Kirkgate
  • Liversedge Thos. sen. Chapel st.
  • Plows Joseph, Back lane
  • Plows Wm. Back lane

Straw Hat Manufacturers,

  • Arnold Catharine, Kirkgate
  • Wood Margaret, Kirkgate


  • Crawford Samuel, Bridge street
  • Dyson Henry, High street
  • Shann Thomas, Kirkgate
  • Spink H. H. Chapel lane

Tailors and Drapers,
Those marked thus * are Drapers

  • Appleyard Wm. Kirkgate
  • *Backhouse Joseph, Kirkgate
  • Bean John, East side bridge
  • * Bradley Thos. Chapel street
  • Dalton Richard, Vicarage lane
  • *Hollings George & Son, Bridge st.
  • Hollings John, Kirkgate
  • *Scott Benjamin, Kirkgate

Timber and Raff Merchants,

  • Cameron Daniel, Bridge street
  • Foster John, Bridge street
  • Maude James & Son, East side bridge

Watch and Clock Makers,

  • Dinmore Richard, Bridge st.
  • Harrison Wm. High st.
  • Parker Geo. Bridge st.


  • Borthwick Henry, East side bridge
  • Clough Nathan Bridge street
  • Grocock Wm. East side bridge
  • Lazenby Francis, High st.

Worsted Manufacturer,

  • Nayler Geo. Kirkgate


  • Addinell Geo. (land agent & valuer) Westgate
  • Archbell Jane, (cheap shoe warehouse) Bridge street
  • Archbell John, hair dresser, Kirkgate
  • Atkinson John, shopkeeper, Kirkgate
  • Backhouse James nail mfr. Westgate
  • Braim Saml. shopkeeper, High st.
  • Brown Michael, clogger Chapel st.
  • Cawood John, stay maker, East side bridge
  • Dixon Eliz. shopkeeper, East side bdg.
  • England Thos. shopkeeper, Kirkgate
  • Fawcett Eliz. shopkeeper, Kirkgate
  • Fawcett John, glover, East side bdg.
  • Heptonstall Geo. shopkeeper, High st.
  • Hick Jane earthenware dlr. Kirkgate
  • Holdstock Henry, shopkpr. Chapel st.
  • Howcroft Lee, nail makers, Kirkgt.
  • Jackson James, tallow chandler, Bridge street
  • Jennings David, plasterer, Chapel st.
  • Johnson Robert, shopkpr. Kirkgate
  • Kirby Robert, currier and leather dresser, High street
  • Knowles Wm. shopkeeper, Kirkgate
  • Lumley John, waiter at the White Horse Inn
  • Morley Jane, linen draper & milliner, Bridge street
  • Muir Thomas, travelling draper
  • Rhodes Rev. Wm. Church street
  • Ridsdale Thos. exciseman, High st.
  • Robinson John, shopkeeper and confectioner, Kirkgate
  • Shellburn Thos. shopkpr. East side bdg.
  • Simpson Michael, flour and provision dealer, East side bridge
  • Spence John, linen weaver, Chapel st.
  • Spencer John, shopkpr. East side bdg.
  • Spink William, shopkeeper and linen weaver, Kirkgate
  • Stead George, wire worker, High st.
  • Taylor Wm. gentleman, Bridge st.
  • Taylor Wm. shopkeeper, High street
  • Thompson Mary shopkpr. High st.
  • Wells Geo. shopkeeper, High street
  • Whitwell John, hardwareman, Bridge street
  • Wood Benjamin, Banks
  • Worsnop Jonth. shopkpr. Chapel st.
  • Wrangham James, supervisor, High st.


From the Rose and Crown, East side Bridge,

  • ECLIPSE, at 7 in the morning to Leeds, to York at half past 5 afternoon.
  • MAIL to Hull at 4 p 6 at night, to Liverpool at half past 1 in the morning.
  • MAIL to London at 7 in the morning, to York, at half past 6 o'clock at night.
  • NEW MAIL to York at 7 in the morning, to Liverpool at 12 noon.

From the White Horse, High street,

  • OLD HIGHFLYER, at half past 2 in the morn, through Doncaster, &c. to London, to York 12 at noon.
  • WELLINGTON, through Doncaster, to London every morn, at 1 o'clock, to Newcastle at 7 at night.
  • WELLINGTON, to Leeds every morn. at 7 o'clock, to York every afternoon at 5.

From the Angel fun, High street,

  • A Coach to Wakefield every Friday, at 7 in the morning.
  • LORD NELSON, at 11 in the morning, through Doncaster to London, to York at 3 in the afternoon.
  • NEW TRUE BLUE every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday to Selby, at 7 o'clock in the morning.
  • PRINCE BLUCHER, (in the Scarbro' season) at 12 o'clock at noon, to York, &c. to Leeds at 4 in the afternoon.
  • The OLD TRUE BLUE, to York and Hull every morning at to, (in the Scarbro' season at 8) to Leeds at 3 in the afternoon.


  • Leeds and York, JOHN HARTLEY, East side bridge, every day.
  • York, WILLIAM KNOWLES, Kirk gate, on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday.

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

Gentry &c.:

  • Chew Rev. William
  • Galston Frederick, Esq.
  • Long Misses
  • Vavasour Sir Thomas Bart.

Miscellany of trades

  • Alderson Wm. boot shoe maker
  • Harrison John, carpenter
  • Sharphouse E. & W. corn millers, lime burners & quarry owners
  • Swift Wm. blacksmith & farrier
  • Taylor William, wheelwright, & vict., Wheat Sheaf
  • Taylor Wm. butcher


  • Barker George
  • Coulson Michael
  • Coulson Ralph
  • Heptonstall Peter
  • Pearson Wm.
  • Shilletoe James
  • Smith Wormald
  • Wright Robert

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003