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

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

Post Office,

  • Northgate, Sarah Binge, Post Mistress.
  • Letters for all parts are despatched to Bawtry every morning at half-past ten, and arrive every afternoon at two.

Nobility Gentry and Clergy,

  • Alderson Mrs. Ann, Sunderland ht
  • Amery Thomas, sen. gent. Northgate
  • Baskit Roger, gent. Westgate
  • Coleman William, esq. Wadworth hall
  • Cooke Rev. Alexander, Loversall
  • Craven John, gent. Northgate
  • Hunt Mrs. Martha; Sunderland street
  • Hunt Mrs. Mary, Sunderland street
  • Laughton Mrs. Sarah, Sunderland street
  • Lumley the Hon. Frederick, Tickhill castle
  • Luyard Charles Burgew, esq. Westgate
  • Metcalfe Mrs. Fanny, Westgate
  • Monks Mrs. Ann, Sunderland street
  • Nettleship John, esq. Sunderland street
  • Outwith Humph. gent. Sunderland street
  • Rhodes Mrs Elizabeth Ann, Westgate
  • Sanderson Mrs. Ann, Sunderland street
  • Scarborough the Right Hon. the Earl of, Sandbeck hall
  • Shore Mrs. Mary, Tickhill castle
  • Simpson Thomas, gent. Wadworth
  • Tweedale Joseph, gent. Field house
  • Verelst Rev. Arthur Charles, Wadworth
  • Wilson Mrs. Elizabeth Northgate
  • Woodcock Mrs. Hannah, Lindric

Academies & Schools,

  • Alderson Miss Frances (ladies' boarding) Northgate
  • Ash Rev. Benjamin (gentlemen's boarding) Lindric
  • Lye Reuben (gentlemen's commercial & boarding) Sunderland street
  • Moore Thomas, (boys' day) Westgate
  • Ryder William, (gents boarding) Spittal


  • Hawke John Watson, Westgate

Bakers & Flour Dealers,

  • Bradley William, Sunderland street
  • Moody Joseph, jun. Northgate
  • Moody Joseph, sen. Westgate
  • Pailthorp William, Northgate


  • Barlow John, Wadworth
  • Blunt Matthew, Westgate
  • Elvidge John, Westgate
  • Fitzgeorge John, Loversall
  • Genn William, Northgate
  • Hartshorn John, Wadworth
  • Thompson John, Northgate
  • Thompson Thomas, Northgate
  • Thompson William, Wadworth

Boot & Shoe Makers,

  • Cartwright Thomas, Sunderland street
  • Harwood Francis, Northgate
  • Hill John, Westgate
  • Johnson Benjamin, Sunderland street
  • Machin John, Northgate
  • Storey James, Westgate


  • Bellwood Robert & Roger, Westgate
  • Nevin Charles, North gate


  • Amery Thomas, jun. Westgate
  • Ashton Francis, Sunderland street
  • Collier William, Wadworth
  • Downs George, Market place
  • Hopkinson George, Sunderland street
  • Roebuck Thomas, Wadworth
  • Skelton Benjamin, Westgate
  • Wood John, Sunderland street


  • Watkinson James, Northgate
  • Watkinson John, Northgate

Corn Millers,

  • Foster Richard, Westgate
  • Pagden Thomas, Spittal
  • Stocks William, Loversall
  • Wheatley George, Loversall

Dress & Straw Hat Makers,

  • Jarvis Ann(straw hat)Sunderland street
  • Milnes A. (straw hat) Sunderland street
  • Stancer Mary (dress) Westgate
  • Turner Elizabeth (dress) North gate


  • Turner Charles, Northgate
  • Turner William, Westgate

Grocers & Drapers,

  • Jenkinson John, Northgate
  • Kemp John, Market place
  • Pearson Edward, Sunderland street

Hair Dressers,

  • Atkinson William, Westgate
  • Turner James, Westgate

Inns, Taverns & Public Houses,

  • Angel, William Law, Wadworth
  • Angel, George Pailthorp, Market place
  • Black Swan, Richard Sissons, Sunderland street
  • Carpenters' Arms, William Hancock, Westgate
  • Labour-in-Vain, George Ellis, Northgate
  • Millstone, John Sidwell, Westgate
  • Red Lion (and Commercial Inn)
  • Thomas Gardiner, Market place
  • Three Crowns, Jonathan Turnell, Northgate
  • Wagon and Horses, John Dodson, Loversall
  • White Hart, Thomas Wordsworth, Wadworth


  • Copley Richard, Westgate
  • Dawson Bartholomew, Northgate
  • Faris Joseph, Westgate
  • Ludlam John, Market place
  • Moore Joseph, Northgate

Land Surveyor,

  • Wilkinson Stephen (and agent) Market place


  • Hazlehurst George, Northgate
  • Hopkinson Paul, Northgate
  • Jackson Benjamin, Wadworth
  • Lockwood William, Wadworth
  • Marsden William, Westgate
  • Pagden John, Westgate

Manufacturers - Sundries,

  • Dale George, (stockings Sunderland st Hepworth Joseph woollen cloth) Northgate, and Farnley, near Huddersfield
  • Turner George (hats) Northgate
  • Wilkinson George, (paper) Paper Mill
  • Wood Samuel (worsted & hosiery) Sunderland street

Nail Manufacturers,

  • Royston Henry, Northgate
  • Woodhead William, Northgate

Painters, Plumbers and Glaziers,

  • Brown John, Westgate
  • Jarvis Joshua, Sunderland street
  • Ridgill John, Northgate


  • Marshall Edward, Westgate
  • Whitaker James, Market place

Shopkeepers & Dealers in Sundries,

  • Denton William, Wadworth
  • Dyson James, Northgate
  • Law John, Wadworth
  • Lee George, Loversall
  • Mason William, Northgate
  • Norcliffe George, Wadworth
  • Staniforth George, Westgate
  • Sykes William, Northgate
  • Walton John, Westgate
  • Wigglesworth Robert, Northgate


  • Clarke William, North gate
  • Loxley George, North gate


  • Gibson William, Wadworth
  • Goodridge William, Westgate
  • Hickson Edward, Northgate
  • Jennings Daniel, Westgate
  • Percy James, Market place
  • Shilitoe Robert, Northgate


  • Coggin Thomas Wadworth
  • Green George, Wadworth
  • Green John, Market place
  • Jacques John, Sunderland street
  • Lambert Edward, Westgate
  • Ricards Robert, Market place
  • White William, Market place
  • Wilson William, Wadworth

Woollen Drapers,

  • Hepworth James, Northgate
  • Wood Samuel, (& linen) Sunderland street


  • Bosville Sarah, earthenware dlr. Westgate
  • Faris Joseph, parish clerk, Westgate
  • Flower Willoughby, plasterer, Sunderland street
  • Howson George, stone mason, Northgate
  • Jefferson William, veterinary Surgeon, Sunderland street
  • Malkin Thomas, gamekeeper to the Earl of Scarborough, Sunderland street
  • Rhodes Thomas, tanner, Westgate
  • Scarfe Abraham, gardener, &c. Sunderland street
  • Smith John, calenderer, Westgate
  • Stancer Mary, confectioner, Westgate
  • Storer George, ironmonger, Sunderland street
  • Subscription Library, Sunderland st-John Wilson, librarian


  • All call at the 'Red Lion, Market place.
  • To Gainsboro', the Royal Forester (from Nottingham) every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at seven; goes through Bawtry &c
  • To Louth, the Royal Mail (from Sheffield) every forenoon at eleven; goes through Bawtry, Gainsborough, Spittal, Market Rasen &c.
  • To Nottingham, the Royal Forester (from Gainsborough) every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons at three; goes through Worksop, Wellow, Newark, &c.
  • To Sheffield the Royal Mail (from Louth) every afternoon at two; goes through Rotherham, &c.


  • To Doncaster, Robert Booth, from his house, Northgate, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday horning.-And to Sheffield, every Monday and Friday morning.


  • To Bawtry Gainsborough and Sheffield, Christopher Embley, from his warehouse, Northgate, every Monday and Friday.
  • To Retford, George Malkin, from his house, Westgate, every Saturday, and to Rotherham and Sheffield, every Monday and Saturday mornings.

Transcribed by Colin Hinson. ©2003