Professions and Trades in Baines's Directory of 1822 for Gisburn.


Post Master: William Wadsworth.

Letters from Skipton arrive 9 morning, depart in forenoon.

Miscellany of trades

Atkinson Thomas, tailor

Atkinson Roger, tailor

Barlow John, tea dealer

Briggs Ralph, joiner and cabinet maker

Carr Margaret, spirit merchant

Chew William, wheelwright

Cooper John, grocer and shuttle maker

Dean John, butcher

Dobson William, boot & shoemaker

Duckitt Christopher, joiner & cabinet maker

Dugdale Thomas, grocer, and boot & shoemaker

Hadwen Anthony, saddler

Hague David, corn miller

Harrison Robert, cotton, silk & woollen dyer

Hartley Miss Sarah

Hartley Richard, butcher

Haworth John, butcher

Hayes Abraham, bookbinder

Heseltine William, victualler, New Inn

Holmes Thomas, stone mason

Jones Rev. Richard, curate

Knowles Rev. Robert, vicar

Knowles Marmaduke, Esq. steward to Lord Ribblesdale

Leach Henry, carrier to Blackburn & Skipton

Lund James, boot and shoemaker

Mitchell Thomas, boot & shoemaker

Moorby Rev. John

Parker Thomas, grocer and flour dealer

Parker Robert, stone mason

Parkinson Peter, butcher

Petty Richard, surgeon

Pilling John, victualler, Old George, (post chaise)

Ribblesdale Right Honourable Lord, Gisburn park

Riley John tailor

Riley Matthew, tailor

Smithies James

Starkie Edmund, solicitor

Starkie Mrs. Margaret gentlewoman

Stuttard Mary, bread taker

Taylor John, clog and patten maker

Taylor M.J., M. milliners and dress makers

Thompson James, boot & shoemaker

Thompson Thomas, boot and shoemaker

Thornber James, senr. tailor

Thornber James, junr. tailor

Thornber Thomas, tailor

Townson John, boot and shoemaker

Tunstall William, surgeon

Varley Wm. grocer and linen draper

Wadsworth William, victualler, Wheat Sheaf

Wilkinson Thomas, blacksmith

Wilson William, John and James, blacksmiths

Professions and tradesin Baines's Directory of 1822 for Horton.


Bray Rev. Adam, minister

Cockshott Thomas, gentleman

Croisdale Richard, gentleman

Peel Thomas, gentleman

Pickles James, grocer,

Roberts Richard, gentleman

Professions and Trades in Pigot's Directory of 1834 for Gisburn.

Miscellany of trades

Post Office, Gisburn, Thomas Parker, Post Master

Nobility Gentry and Clergy

Baldin esq. Shuttleworth hall

Coburn Mr. John (attorney) Gisburn

Crosdale Mr. James (steward to Lord Ribblesdale) Gisburn

Hartley Miss Sarah, Gisburn

Jones Rev. Ricd. Vicarage, Gisburn

Leach Mr. Henry, Gisburn

Littledale Mrs. Bolton lodge

Ribblesdale Hon. Lord, Gisburn park

Academies and Schools

Free School, Gisburn master William Tomlinson

Moor Hannah, Gisburn


Dugdale Ann, Gisburn

Peckles John, Gisburn

Stuttard Mary, Gisburn

Wilkinson Ellen, Gisburn


Wilkinson Thomas, Gisburn

Wilson William, Gisburn

Boot & Shoe Makers

Dobson William, Gisburn

Lund Richard, Gisburn


Carr John, Gisburn

Haworth John, Gisburn

Walton John, Gisburn

Clog Makers

Dobson William, Gisburn

Taylor John, Gisburn

Coal Dealers

Cotton Spinners and Manufacturers

Grocers & Drapers

Varley William, Gisburn

Heald Knitters

Cooper John, Gisburn

Edmondson Henry, Gisburn

Hird William, Gisburn

Inns and Public Houses

New Inn, Jos. Nightingale, Gisburn

Old George (posting) John Cocks, Gisburn

Wild Bull, Hy. Greenwood, Gisburn

Joiners & Cabinet Maker

Broughton Robert, Thornton

Green John, Barnoldwick

Hartley Richard, Gisburn

Hudson James, Barnoldwick

Robinson Robert, Barnoldwick


Allison John & James, Barnoldwick

Moon William, Gisburn

Shopkeepers & Dealers in Groceries & Sundries

Parker Thomas, Gisburn

Pickles John, Gisburn

Slater John, Gisburn


Tunstall William (& spirit merchnt) Gisburn


Atkinson Thomas, Gisburn

Riley John, Gisburn

Riley Matthew, Gisburn

Thornbur John, Gisburn


Chew Thomas, Gisburn


Cooper John, shuttle maker, Gisburn

Parker Thomas, saddler and harness maker, Gisburn

Whitaker Wm. excise officer, Gisburn

Carriers From the New Inn Gisburn

To Clitheroe, David Laycock, every Saturday

To Colne, Henry Seger, every Sat.

To Preston, Thomas Back, every Sat.

To Settle, Henry Seger, every Friday

To Skipton, Thos. Back, every Wednesday --- and David Laycock, every Sat.