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Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades for ARKENGARTHDALE in Bulmer's Directory of 1890.

Post:

Post, Money Order Office, and Savings Bank, Mr. Geo. Stubbs, postmaster. Letters arrive via Reeth and Richmond (week days) at 10-45 a.m., and are despatched at 1-45 p.m. No Sunday business. Reeth is the nearest Telegraph Office.

Miscellany of trades
Marked 1 reside at Arkletown, 2 at Booze, 3 at Langthwaite, and the rest where specified.

  • 1 Alderson John, cowkeeper and flour dealer
  • Alderson Thomas, joiner, &c., Low Eskeleth
  • 2 Alsop Edward, washing agent
  • 3 Barningham & Sons, shoe and clog makers, and cowkeepers
  • Bell William, cowkeeper, Tottergill
  • Blenkiron James, mine agent, West house
  • Brown John, estate mason, New houses
  • Calvert Barnard, grocer and cowkeeper, Whaw
  • Calvert John, cowkeeper, Whaw
  • Carter Joseph, accountant, C. B. yard
  • Carter William, greengrocer, &c., and carrier, C. B. yard
  • Carter Mrs., milliner, grocer, &c., C. B. yard
  • Caygill John Thos., cowkeeper, Whaw lane
  • 2 Coates V., cowkeeper and gamewatcher
  • Craig Mrs., caretaker, Eskeleth house
  • Croft Sarah, dressmaker, High Green
  • 1 Daykin James, insurance agent
  • 3 Frankland Edward, vict., Red Lion
  • Gilpin-Brown Geo. T., Esq., J.P., Scar house
  • Groves Edith, dressmaker, Rigg end
  • Groves Henry, schoolmaster, School house
  • Hall Nathan, cowkeeper, Hill side
  • 1 Harker James, cowkeeper
  • 1 Harker Margaret, cowkeeper
  • 1 Harker Ralph, grocer, &c.
  • Harker Thomas, mining agent, Rigg's yard
  • 3 Hillary J., grocer, patent medicine vendor, &c.
  • 2 Hillary Thomas, cowkeeper
  • 3 Hind Thomas, blacksmith, Hill top
  • Hird Mrs. Betty, Shepherd's lodge
  • Hird Mrs. Mary Ann, The Rigg
  • Hird Robt., carrier and cowkeeper, High Green
  • 3 Hodgson Thomas, grocer, &c.
  • Literary Institute, Thomas Hind, secretary
  • 2 Longstaff Robert, cowkeeper
  • Martin Mrs., Faggergill
  • Mason Mr. Anthony, New houses
  • Messenger Mrs., caretaker, Scar House
  • Miners' and Mechanics Institute, C. B. yard; A Mason, sec. and treas.; W. Peacock, librn.
  • 3 Mudd Joseph, clogger and shopkeeper
  • National School, Henry Groves, master; Miss Ellen Groves, and Miss E. A. Mason, assts.
  • Peacock Mrs. Mary Ann, Seal houses
  • Peacock William. agent to the Arkendale Mining Co., C. B. yard
  • 3 Raine Mrs. Luke
  • Raisbeck Jane, lodgings, Plantation cottages
  • Slack James, cowkeeper, Lock house
  • 3 Smith Joseph, stonemason
  • Stoddard George, blacksmith, Three Trees
  • 3 Stoddard Matthew, greengrocer
  • 2 Stones Mrs. Margt., and Sons, cowkeepers
  • 3 Stubbs George, grocer, draper, postmaster, and Temperance Hotel
  • 3 Stubbs John, grocer and draper
  • Tinkler Rev. John, M.A., vicar, The vicarage
  • Waller John, estate joiner, Plantation house
  • Wharton Robert, cowkeeper, Hill side
  • Wharton Mrs., Whaw
  • 3 Whitehead J., butcher and cowkeeper
  • Whitehead Obadiah, vict. and farmer, C. B. Inn
  • Willey Mrs. Margaret, Scar house
  • Willey Michael, head gamekeeper to Geo. T. Gilpin-Brown, Esq., Scar house
  • Woodward Mrs. Margaret, High green

Farmers.

  • Atkinson Enoch (and cattle dealer), Hill top
  • Atkinson Thomas (carrier and shopkeeper), Moor Intake
  • Brown Edmund, High Faggergill
  • Carter Joseph, Pepper hall
  • Carter William, Boldershaw
  • Caygill Joseph (and coal merchant), Whaw
  • Harker Joseph, Hill side
  • Hewitson James, Raven's park and Dale Head
  • Highmoor Charles, Park Head
  • Hird James (corn miller and carrier)
  • Hird John, Shepherd's lodge
  • Hutchinson Christopher, junr., Seal houses
  • Hutchinson Christopher, senr., High Eskeleth
  • Kipling John Liddell, Low Faggergill
  • March Isaheila, and Sons, Hill side
  • Miller John, Seal houses
  • Peacock John Wilson, Seal houses, Shaw house, and Stang house
  • Peacock Joseph, Punchard house
  • Peacock Thomas, Cocker house
  • Robson James, Kitlah
  • Stones Matthew Edward, Seal houses
  • Thompson James (and carrier), C. B. yard
  • Whitehead William, Seal houses
  • 2 Wilson Mrs. Eleanor, and Son


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