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


  • Post Office, Barningham, H. Birtwhistle, postmaster. Letters arrive via Barnard Castle, by mail cart, week-days at 9-15 am., and Sundays at 12 noon; and are despatched, week-days, 3-15 p.m., Sundays, 1 p.m. Barnard Castle (about 5 miles distant) is the nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office.

Miscellany of trades

  • Alderson James, sexton
  • Allison James, bootmaker
  • Atkinson Edwin, joiner and cartwright
  • Bainbridge John Thos., butcher, Manor house
  • Bainbridge Mr. William
  • Birtwhistle Hezekiah, gamekeeper to Sir F. A. Milbank, and postmaster, Post Office
  • Chilton Thomas, shepherd to Sir F. A. Milbank, and cowkeeper, Terrace house
  • Clarkson Mrs. Mary Ann
  • Craggs John, tailor
  • Goldsbrough Ralph Hixon, farmer and bootmaker & vict., Milbank Arms
  • Gough Rev. E. Spencer, rector, The Rectory
  • Institute, J. A. Shaw, secretary
  • Jackson John Watson, gent., Fern house
  • McCulloch E., Wesleyan minister, Wesley cotg.
  • McCulloch Francis, gent., Heath house
  • Morrell Benj., grocer, druggist, and draper
  • Newby Miss Betsy
  • Nicholson John, joiner and carpenter
  • Nicholson Richard, joiner
  • Pearson Thos., gardener to Sir F. A. Milbank, Barningham park
  • Shaw J. A., schoolmaster and asst. overseer
  • Simpson Miss Clara, Woodside
  • Sowerby Mr. George
  • Spensley Miss A. M., apartments, Woodbine cot.
  • Temple George, vict., Black Horse
  • Todd James, junr., gent., Fair view
  • Todd James, senr., gent., Hillside
  • Todd Mrs. Mary
  • Waistell Mrs. Margaret
  • Walker Richard, blacksmith; h Scargill


  • Alderson David Slack
  • Anderson M., Park house and Moorcock house
  • Atkinson Mark, Wilson house
  • Atkinson William, Crook's house
  • Bainbridge Thomas and Son, Manor house
  • Brown Mrs. A., Barningham farm and Cow close
  • Brown George Edward, Glebe land
  • Brown John Reynolds, Sander's house
  • Coates Isaac, Shaw house
  • Coates William Edward, Heithwaite
  • Ellwood John, Bragg house
  • Lodge Robert (and yeoman), Eastwood
  • Westmarland The Misses


  • Letters via Barnard Castle arrive by foot messenger from Greta Bridge on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

Miscellany of trades

  • Alderson Richard, junr., gamekeeper to G. T. Gilpin-Brown, Esq., West Hope
  • Halliday George, vict. and shepherd, Travellers' Rest, Stang foot


  • Alderson James, East Hope
  • Alderson Richard, East Hope
  • Alderson William and Mark, West Hope
  • Whitehead John, West Hope


  • Letters arrive via Barnard Castle by foot postman from Greta Bridge.

Miscellany of trades

  • Addison John, mason and farmer, Gutters
  • Brown Mr. Thomas, senr.
  • Cleminson J., senr., cowkeeper, High Swinstone
  • Clifford-Constable Sir Frederick Augustus Talbot, Bart., Scargill lodge
  • Dent John Thompson, cowkeeper, Gutters
  • Fothergill Thos., cowkeeper, Low Swinstone
  • Goldsbrough Miss Elizabeth, schoolmistress
  • Milner John, cowkeeper, West Ling
  • Walker Rd., blacksmith, and at Barningham


  • Alderson John, Garnthwaite
  • Brown Thomas, junr. (and road surveyor for Greta Bridge Highway District)
  • Metcalfe Richard
  • Metcalfe Thomas, Castle farm
  • Peacock James, Spanham and Farewell
  • Richardson Joseph, Rutherford house
  • Siddle James & Son (George), Thwaite
  • Weatherell John, Stone close
  • Weatherell Rt. Hy. (gamekeeper and bailiff to Sir Talbot Clifford Constable), Thwaite Green

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