Baines' Directory (1822) - Lepton

The following section is reproduced from Baines' Directory: History, Directory and Gazetteer of the County of York, Volume 1 (1822) compiled by Edward Baines.

For the transcription of professions, entries have been reformatted to: firstname surname, location (extra details)


The following is a transcription of a historic document and may contain occasional errors.

Lepton

Lepton, (Great and Little) in the parish of Kirkheaton, wap. of Agbrigg, and honour of Pontefract ; 4½ miles E. of Huddersfield. Population 2729.

  • Joseph Walker, Esq., Lassells Hall
  • Mrs. Esther Walker, cottage
  • John Beaumout, yeoman
  • Charles Beaumont, farmer
  • Joseph & William Bedford, blacksmiths
  • Charles Fitton, victualler, Three Crowns
  • John Hammerton, joiner
  • William Horn, corn miller
  • George Jessop, machine maker
  • Thomas Kaye, victualler, Red Lion
  • John Kaye, linen draper
  • James Livesey, cloth dresser
  • William & Francis Pontey, nursery, seedsmen, and florists
  • Joseph Snowden, plumber and glazier
  • Charles Sowerby, overseer
  • John Spivey, grocer and corn dealer
  • Hannah Wood, victualler, White Horse

Butchers.

  • Joseph Spivey
  • William Spivey

Fancy Manufacturers.

  • J. & A. Beaumont
  • William Berry
  • Matthew Broadhead
  • Richard Castle
  • George Dawson
  • W. & Joseph Ely
  • James Haigh
  • Matthias Holdroyd
  • John Holdroyd
  • George Holdroyd
  • John Holdroyd
  • George Holdroyd
  • John Jessop
  • Thomas Jessop
  • George Johnson
  • John Lee
  • Joseph Livesey
  • Abraham Mallinson
  • William Marsden
  • James Senior
  • John Senior
  • Joseph Senior
  • Thomas Stringer
  • Abel Stringer
  • Joseph Stringer
  • John Thewlis
  • Robert Whitworth
  • John Wilby
  • Joseph Wilby

Kerseymere Manufacurers.

  • Joseph Copley
  • Joseph Dransfield
  • William Nowell
  • Edward Oxley
  • John Sykes

Malisiers.

  • Joseph Hall
  • Edward Sykes


Baines' Directory (1822) - Lepton

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