Archive centreWhitehaven
ReferenceYDB 66
TitleThomas Allinson of Whitehaven, saddler
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ContextDeposited at Cumbria Record Office Carlisle by Alan James, Carlisle, 7 Jul 1980 who purchased the papers at a sale held by Thomson, Roddick and Laurie, estate agents of Carlisle. Permission granted by depositor to transfer to Whitehaven, 4 Jan 2006. Thomas Allinson announced the opening of his saddlery business in the Cumberland Pacquet newspaper of 17 May 1796, where he advertised that he had taken the shop in Roper Street previously occupied by John Park. Allinson (sometimes spelled Allison) is listed as a saddler at Roper Street and Queen Street, Whitehaven, in Jollie's Directory of 1811, at 44 Roper Street in the Commercial Directory for 1821-23, in Pigot's Directory of 1828 and in Parson and White's Directory of 1829. He does not appear in Pigot's Directory of 1834. The registers of Holy Trinity, Whitehaven, record the burial of a Thomas Allinson, aged 56 of Queen Street, on 28 March 1832.
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