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

Post Office,

  • East side of Bridge, John Hartley, Post Master.
  • Letters to London are despatched every morning at ten minutes past eight, and arrive every evening at five.
  • Letters to Manchester are despatched every morning at twenty minutes past eight, and arrive every evening at a quarter past five.
  • Letters to Liverpool, are despatched every night at ten minutes past ten, and arrive every morning at half-past five.
  • Letters to Edinburgh are despatched every evening at five, and arrive every morning at ten minutes past eight.
  • Letters to Hull are despatched every evening at ten minutes past five, and arrive every morning at twenty minutes past eight.
  • Letters to York are despatched every morning at half-past five, and arrive every night at fen minutes past ten.

Nobility, Gentry and Clergy,

  • Barker Rev.---, Kirkby-on-Wharf
  • Borell Mrs. East side of Bridge
  • Brooksbank Benjamin, esq. Healaugh hall
  • Challoner Rev. Jonathan, Newton Kyme
  • Clements Colonel, Bolton lodge
  • Clough John William, esq. Oxton hall
  • Dawson Miss, Kirkgate
  • Fairfax T.L. esq. Newton Kyme
  • Fox George, esq. Bramham park
  • Fox William, esq. Bramham Biggin
  • Haggerston Thomas, esq. Grimston lodge
  • Harris Hon. General, Tolston lodge
  • Hill Miss, Grange house
  • Howden Lord, Grimston park
  • Jackson William, gent. Manor house
  • Lee Miss, High street
  • Marshall William, esq. Newton Kyme
  • Milner Sir William, bart. Nun Appleton
  • Mountsandford Lord, Bramham house
  • Prest Thomas, esq. Scarthingwell
  • Rhodes Rev. William, B.A. vicar, Church Yard
  • Scott Fenton, esq. Bramham
  • Shillitoe John, esq. Ulleskelf
  • Smyth ---, esq. Bowcliff hill
  • Strodhard Mrs. High street
  • Taylor Mrs. High street
  • Thompson Rev. ---, Bilbrough
  • Vavasour Sir Edmund M. S. bart. Hazlewood hall
  • Wormald Smith, gent. Wingate hill
  • York Richard, esq. Wighill park

Academies & Schools,
Not otherwise described are Day Schools.

  • Acomb William, near the Bridge
  • Collins James, Vicarage lane
  • Faraday James (gents. boarding) New street
  • Grammar School, School house Rev. William Rhodes, B.D. master
  • Hutchinson George, East side of Bridge
  • Tasker Catherine & Mary (ladies boarding) Vicarage lane

Attorneys,

  • Baillie Richard, Kirkgate
  • Sanderson Henry Smith,
  • Upton James, Westgate

Bakers & Flour Dealers,

  • Leaberry William, High street
  • Simpson Michael, Bridge street
  • Spencer John, East side of Bridge

Basket Makers,

  • Daniel Thomas, Bridge street
  • Wade George, Centre-lane

Blacksmiths,

  • Groves William, Bridge street
  • Hawkins William, High street
  • Houseman William, East side of Bridge
  • Irish John, East side of Bridge
  • Reynolds William, Chapel street
  • Swift Joseph, East side of Bridge

Boot & Shoe Makers,

  • Hodgson William, Kirkgate
  • Holdstock Henry, Chapel street
  • Lockwood Thomas, High street
  • Lofthouse Benjamin, Chapel street
  • Marshall John, New street
  • Middleton William, Kirkgate
  • Nicholson George, East side of Bridge
  • Nicholson John, Bridge street
  • Nicholson William, Kirkgate
  • Robinson John, Market place
  • Snowden William, Kirkgate

Braziers & Tinmen,

  • Lofthouse Joseph, Kirkgate
  • Stafford John, High street

Butchers,

  • Daniel William, East side of Bridge
  • Goodbarn Benjamin, High street
  • Lofthouse Christopher E. side of Bridge
  • Lofthouse Oswald, High street
  • Nottage John, Bridge street
  • Parke Henry, Kirkgate
  • Wilkinson Matthew, High street

Cabinet Makers,
(see Joiners.)

Chymist and Druggist,

  • Bromet John, Bridge street

Coopers,

  • Clark Thomas, Bridge street
  • Middleham Matthew, Kirkgate

Corn Millers,

  • Allenby John (and Seed Crasher) Tadcaster Mills
  • Hartley Thomas, Steam Mills
  • Johnson Robert, E. side of Bridge

Currier,

  • Kirby Robert, Haigh street

Fire, &c. Office Agents,

  • Phoenix, Benjamin Scott, High street
  • Yorkshire, John Hall, Chapel street

Grocers & Tea Dealers,
(See also Shopkeepers, &c.)

  • Goldthorp Robert & Henry (and ironmongers & druggists) High street
  • Simpson Michael, Bridge street
  • Smith Richard, High street
  • Thomas Jacob & John, Kirkgate
  • Whitwell John (& hardware and stationary) Bridge street

Hatters,

  • Crossley William, Chapel street
  • Walker John, High street

Inns,

  • Angel (& posting-house) Charlotte Kidd, Bridge street
  • White Horse (and posting-house) William Backhouse, Bridge street

Joiners & Carpenters,

  • Archbell John, Kirkgate
  • Fairbourn John, Chapel street
  • Pannett Marmaduke, Chapel street
  • Rockliff Andrew, E. side of Bridge
  • Simpson Thomas, Bridge street
  • Smith Richard, Kirkgate.
  • Waterhouse Henry, New, street

Linen & Woollen Drapers,

  • Dixon William, Bridge street
  • Fairbourn William, High street
  • Goldthorp Robert & Henry, High street
  • Muir Thomas, Bridge street
  • Naylor Harriet, Kirkgate
  • Scott Benjamin, Bridge-street

Maltsters,

  • Hartley Jane, New street
  • Smith Richard, Kirkgate

Painters-House, Sign, &c,

  • Fairbourn George, Kirkgate
  • Fairbourn John, Bridge street

Plumbers & Glaziers,

  • Backhouse James (and nail maker) Kirkgate
  • Backhouse Samuel, New street
  • Hook Joseph, Bridge street

Saddlers and Harness Makers,

  • Arnold William, Kirkgate
  • Crabtree Joseph, Bridge street
  • Crabtree William, East side of Bridge

Seedsmen,

  • Bromet John, Bridge street
  • Goldthorp Robert, High street
  • Smith Richard, High street

Shopkeepers & Dealers in Sundries,

  • Archbell Jane, Bridge street
  • Bell John, East side of Bridge
  • Brown Michael, Chapel Street
  • England Thomas, Kirkgate
  • Fawcett Elizabeth, Kirkgate
  • Hall Charles, East side of Bridge
  • Hick Jane, Kirkgate
  • Holdstock Henry, Chapel street
  • Johnson Robert, E, side of Bridge
  • Knowles William, Kirkgate
  • Robinson John, Kirkgate
  • Shilburn Thomas, East side of Bridge
  • Simpson Michael, E. side of Bridge
  • Worsnop Jonathan, Chapel street

Stone Masons,

  • Bilbrough Enoch, Chapel street
  • Drake Michael, Chapel street
  • Liversedge Thomas, Kirk gate
  • Liversedge Thomas, jun. Kirkgate
  • Plows Joseph, Church yard
  • Plows William, Back lane

Surgeons,

  • Crawford Samuel, near the Bridge
  • Shann Thomas, Kirkgate
  • Spink Henry Hawkes, High street

Tailors,

  • Appleyard William, High street
  • Backhouse Joseph, Kirkgate
  • Birch Richard, East side of Bridge
  • Bradley Thomas, Chapel street
  • Dalton Richard, Bridge street
  • Hollings George, Bridge street
  • Hollings John, Kirkgate
  • Hollings William, Kirkgate

Taverns & Public Houses,

  • Anchor, Jeremiah Scoldfield, Bridge street
  • Angel, Stephen Harvey, E. side of Bridge
  • Bay Horse, William Houseman, E. side of Bridge
  • Black Bull, John Chammomile, Kirkgate
  • Bull & Dog, Henry Spink, Kirkgate
  • Coach and Horses, William Scott, East side of Bridge
  • Crown, Robert Prince, Westgate
  • Elephant & Castle, Thomas Allenby, East side of Bridge
  • Falcon, Joseph Cawood, Chapel street
  • Fleece, William Fairbourn, Kirkgate
  • George & Dragon, Joseph Crabtree, High street
  • Golden Lion, Charles Kidd, Bridge street
  • Griffin, Joseph Williamson, New street
  • Malt Shovel, Thomas Hogget, New street
  • Old Falcon, Thomas Liversedge, Kirkgate
  • Red Hart, William Coates, Bridge street
  • Robin Hood, Matthew Middleham, Kirkgate
  • Rose & Crown, George Cattle, East side of Bridge of Bridge
  • Royal Oak, Richard Steel, East side
  • Travelling Man, Sarah Wade, East side of Bridge
  • White Swan, Thomas Dalby, Bridge street

Timber Merchants,

  • Cameron Daniel (and auctioneer and coal & tile dealer) Bridge foot
  • Maude Edmund, E. side of Bridge

Watch & Clock Makers,

  • Harrison William, (and jeweller and silversmith) Bridges street
  • Parker George, Kirkgate
  • Wood William, High street

Wheelwrights,

  • Clough Nathan, Bridge foot
  • Lazenby Francis, High street

Wine & Spirit Merchants,

  • Goldthorp Robert, (& porter) High street
  • Jackson William Thomas, Midge street
  • Swift George (and porter) Kirkgate

Miscellaneous,

  • Acomb William, hosier, Bridge end
  • Bee & Newton, hair dressers, Bridge street
  • Bee William & Ann, booksellers and perfumers, Bridge street
  • Briggs Thomas, livery stable keeper, High street
  • Cawood William, stay maker, High street
  • Hartley Jane, brewer, New street
  • Howcroft Edward, nail maker, Kirkgate
  • Jackson James, tallow chandler, bridge street
  • Johnson George, fishmonger, High street
  • Smith Richard, ironmonger, Kirkgate
  • Sproats Jane, milliner, Kirkgate
  • Ward Joseph, fishmonger, Lad pits
  • Watson Jonathan, coal dealer, E. side of Bridge
  • Wood Mary, straw hat maker, High street

Coaches,

  • To London, the Royal Mail from Edinburgh) calls at the White Horse and Rose and Crown, every morning at eight the Express (from York) calls at the Angel, every morning at half-past ten; both go thro' Ferrybridge, Doncaster Grantham, Stamford, &c. &c. the Wellington (from Newcastle) calls at the White Horse, every evening at half past 5; goes thro' Doncaster, Newark, Grantham, Stamford, Huntingdon, &c. -and the Highflyer, calls at the same Inn, every night at half-past eight; goes the same route as the mail to Alconbury hill, then through Eaton, Biggleswade and Hertford.
  • To Edinburgh, the Royal Mail (from London) calls at the White Horse and Rose & Crown Inns, every evening at five; goes through York, Newcastle, &c.
  • To Hull, the Royal Mail (from Manchester) calls at the White Horse, every morning at five; goes through York, Market Weighton and Beverley.
  • To Leeds, the True Briton (from York) calls at the Rose and Crown, every afternoon at two-and the True Blue, calls at the Angel, every afternoon at 4.
  • To Liverpool, the Royal Mail (from York) calls at the White Horse, every night at ten; goes thro' Leeds, Bradford, Halifax, Todmorden, Rochdale, Bolton and Preston.
  • To Manchester, the Royal Mail (from Hull) calls at the White Horse, every morning at twenty minutes past eight-and the Wellington (from York) every morning at seven; both go thro' Leeds, Huddersfield and Oldham.
  • To Newcastle, the Highflyer (from London) calls at the White Horse, every morning at eight-and the Wellington, every afternoon at four; both go thro' York, Thirsk, Durham &c,
  • To Sheffield, the Ebor (from York) calls at the White Horse, every afternoon at. half-past two; goes through Wakefield, Barnsley, &c.
  • To York the Royal Mail (from Liverpool) calls of the White Horse, every morning at a quarter past five--the True Blue (from Leeds) calls at the Angel, every afternoon at four-the True Briton, calls at the Rose and Crown, every night at nine-the Wellington (from Manchester) calls at the White Horse, every evening at five and the Ebor (from Sheffield) every day at half-past eleven.

Carriers,

  • To Aberford, Samuel Kitchin, from the Golden Lion, every Wednesday and John Senior, every Thursday.
  • To Appleton, Thomas Shillito, from the Golden Lion every Wednesday.
  • To Leeds, Hartley and Hobson, from the Post-office, daily-Deacon, Harrison and Co. and -- Newcomb (from York) call at the Golden Lion, every night and Scott, Carver and Co. Call at the Rose & Crown, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
  • To Nottingham, Pettifor and Co (from York) call at the Angel, every Tuesday and Friday.
  • To Sheffield, Thomas Dawson (from York) calls at the Golden Lion, every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
  • To Wetherby, William Knowles, from his house, Kirkgate, every Thursday.
  • To York, William Knowles, from his house, Kirkgate, every Tuesday & Saturday-Hartley and Hobson, from the Post-office-Deacon, Harrison and Co. and --- Newcomb (from Leeds) call at the Golden Lion, daily-Scott, Carver and Co. (from Leeds) call at the Rose and Crown, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday-and Pettifor and Co. (from Nottingham) call at the Angel Inn, every Monday and Thursday.

Conveyance By Water. On The River Wharf,

  • To Hull, William Coates & John Kitchin's Vessels, from the Bridge, every spring. tide-John Lee, agent, Bridge-street

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003