STANLEY LANE END - COMMERCIAL
Asquith, George Wagon and Horses P. H.
Beales, Charles Shopkeeper
Brearley, Jas. FDK Grocer, Post Office
Britton, John William Boot Repairer
Gill, Joseph Grocer
Cox, William Beer Retailer (Travellers)
Hargreaves, William Butcher
Kirk, Lavina (Mrs) Newsagent
Moore, Robert Farmer
Scott, Benjamin Shopkeeper
Smith, Albert Beer Retailer (Wheatsheaf)
Steele, Charles Butcher
Sturdy, Thomas Grocer
Taylor, Hannah Shopkeeper
Working Mens Club Joseph Ramsden (Sec)
Shillito and Bell Joiners
Arundel, Joseph Shopkeeper
Hancock, Isaac Ship P. H.
Hargreaves, Arthur Butcher
Lamb, William Boot Maker
Moon, Frederick Shopkeeper
Smith, Benjamin Beer Retailer
Smith, Edwin Masons Arms P. H.
Smith, John Shopkeeper
Tate, Abraham Shopkeeper
Wakefield Industrial Society Branch
Watts, Frederick Ferry Bridge Inn
Working Mens Club Mark Firth (Sec)
Stanley Victoria Club Alfred McDonald (Sec)
Smales, Fred Beer Retailer, Bread Baker Lane (Gardeners)
SOME FARMERS AT THAT TIME IN STANLEY
Jaques, John Edward Rooks Nest Road. Over 150 acres
Macauley, Jas. Moor HO. Over 150 acres
Humphrey Bros Lake Lock
Smith, William Glebe Farm
Wheatley, Joseph Smalley Bight
Haldane, Henry Clarke Hall
Elliot, Arthur (Mrs) Welbeck
Curtis, Thomas Ferry Lane
Caines, Benjamin Rooks Nest Road
Near Field Head in this township is Pinders Field, said to be the spot on which Robin Hood, Little John and Scarlett fought the Pinder of Wakefield.
The area of Stanley Urban District Council is 4,261 acres. The population in 191 of the Stanley Ward was 3,501.
The Post Office in Stanley was controlled by Thomas Baxter in 1911. At Lake Lock James Frederick Brearley was sub post master.
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