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Seals from Beverley & District

 

   The textile trades were still present in Beverley, on a small scale, in the 18th century. As many as 37 weavers were recorded between 1715 and 1734 (before the use of Russian lead bale seals). Some of them worked serge and worsted but the majority were probably linen weavers, for there were also 15 linen or flax dressers. The last mentioned were more numerous during the Napoleonic Wars, when bounties were paid for growing flax, and there were 17 flax dressers in 1802. The marked rise in the number of weavers around 1820 may have been associated with the four linen manufacturers recorded c. 1830. Several bleaching yards existed, both north and south of the town. Nine dyers were recorded between 1715 and 1734, and a dye works on the south side of Keldgate was operated for most of the period by the Habershams and their successors the Scrutons. The making of bone-lace, which was fostered in the last years of the 17th century as an employment for the poor, was mentioned again by Defoe but no reference to lace makers has been found. Charles Pelham of Brocklesby did, however, send lace to be mended at Beverley in 1748.

 

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 NOTES

IDS
1333

No.1.(post) Д (Inspector)

XPACИMЪ TPAПEЗHИKOBЪ
(KHRASIM TRAPEZNIKOV)

 ЛЬНЯНОЕ
БPAKOBЩIK
1
JD P / 1809

LNYANOE (flax)

passed inspection
1 JD R / 1809

Craig
Betts

 No.1.  D (inspector) Khrasim Trapeznikov  / 1 R is first grade / БPAKOBЩIK passed inspection

             

IDS
1354

ПД = PD
А.САФРОНОВ
(A.SAFRONOV)
H77

SPB

CGFRH

1818

77
post
(Rein Hemp)

Colin
White

IDS
2381

ЛД = LD
ИМ.ЕРЕМЕЕВЪ
(IM.EREMEEV)
H41

SPB
NP.1
IB
1838

41
post
(flax)

Maciej
Maciej
             

Seals on display in Beverley Museum - photos by Chris Brooks
Chris was only able to photograph one side of the seals - hopefully we can get the other side in the future.

These seals were listed in John Sullivan's book as JC, so we have some non photo information available.

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 NOTES

BEV
01
no photo ПД = PD
И:Д:БУШЕВЪ
(I.D.BUSHEV)
H
72

SPB

ИФAH

1816

72
post
(Clean Hemp)

Jack
Cooper
45 JC02
BEV
02

no photo

ЛД = LD
ВА.ПИРОЖНИ
(VA.PIROZHNIKOV)
H9

NP
ПAC12K
1788

9
post
(Krown flax)

Jack
Cooper
47 JC04
BEV
03

no photo

ЛД = LD
И.М.ВИННИКОВ
(I.M.VINNIKOV)
H56

NP
IC12H
1826

56
post
(flax)

Jack
Cooper
48 JC05
BEV
04
ДA = DA
ПЕТЕЛИНЪ
(PETELIN)
H232
no photo

SPB

IHRH
1776

232
post
(Rein Hemp)

Jack
Cooper
52 JC09
BEV
05

no photo

N

10

WU
AИ9ПS
1758

10
post
(flax)
Jack
Cooper
44 JC01
BEV
06

no photo

ЛД = LD
КУЧИНЪ
(KUCHIN)
H432

NP
ГѲ12H
1788

432
post
(flax)

Jack
Cooper
55 JC12
BEV
07

ЛД = LD
Е.МАРТИНО
(E.MARTINOV)
H63

no photo

NP
PF9H
1806

63
post
(flax)

Jack
Cooper
51 JC08
BEV
08

no photo

ЛД = LD
А.КОНДРАТЬ
(A.KONDRATOV)
H9

NP
ICZ12H
1788

9
post
(flax)

Jack
Cooper
46 JC03
BEV
09
ПД = PD
И.М.СИМОНОВ
(I.M.SIMONOV)
H135

no photo

SPB

PB??
17--

135
post
(hemp)

Jack
Cooper
54 JC11
BEV
10
no photo ПД = PD
B.СИМAНОВ
(V.SIMANOV)
*

no photo

SPB

IKIH
180-

*
post
(hemp)

Jack
Cooper
49 JC06
BEV
11

no photo

ЛД = LD

Д.APEХOB

(D.AREKHOV)

H32

no photo

NP
-Ѳ12H
1790

N32
post
(flax)

Jack
Cooper
50 JC07
BEV
12

no photo

ПД = PD

Г.МАСЛЕНИН
(G.MASLENIN)
H14-

no photo

SPB
MѲRH
1799

14-
post
(Rein hemp)

Jack
Cooper
53 JC10