Baines' Directory (1822) - Marsden

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.

Marsden

Marsden, in the parishes of Almondbury and Huddersfield, wap. of Agbrigg, and honour of Pontefract ; 1 miles SW. of Huddersfield. Here is a chapel of ease to the established church, and one for the Dissenters. Population 2330.

  • Daniel Hague, gentleman, Hall
  • Joseph Bray, victualler, Waggoners Inn
  • Benjamin Broadbent, victualler, Hare & Hounds
  • Benjamin Ellis, toll keeper
  • Thomas Hinchliffe, victualler, New Inn
  • Abraham & John Horsfall, merchants
  • John Kershaw, victualler, George & Dragon
  • Mary Langfield, victualler, Two Dutchmen
  • John Ogden, toll keeper
  • Elizabeth Parkin, victualler, Ram
  • Joseph Webster, schoolmaster
  • Samuel Whitehead, victualler, Hare & Hounds
  • William Whiteley, plumber & glazier

Butchers.

  • Benjamin Holroyd
  • James Wood

Corn Factors.

  • J. & R. Dowes
  • James Whitehead

Grocers, &c.

  • Thomas Bottomley
  • W. & J. Holroyd
  • James Horsfall
  • James Whitehead
  • William Whiteley

Woollen Manufacturers.

  • Armitage & Sons
  • T. Bent & Sons
  • John Bower
  • Robert Bower
  • David Dyson
  • John Field
  • Daniel Hall
  • Samuel Hall
  • A. & J. Horsfall
  • Joseph Shaw
  • Matthew Waterhouse
  • Samuel Waterhouse
  • John Whitehead
  • Samuel Whiteley
  • Samuel Wood


Baines' Directory (1822) - Marsden

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