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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for BROMPTON BY SAWDON in The Scarborough Gazette Directory of 1905.

General Information:

  • Postal address, Brompton, R.S.O.,York
  • Parliamentary Division---Whitby
  • County Council, North Riding---F. Baker, JP.
  • Parish Council (Brompton and Sawdon)---J. Tindall (chairman), N. Lightfoot, F. Wrightson, R. Boak, W. Crosby; clerk, Thomas Barker.
  • School Managers (Brompton and Sawdon)---William Sturdy (chairman), J. Richardson, John Tindall, Robt. Bonell, D.W. Cayley.
  • All Saints' Church---Vicar, Rev. F.O. Chambers, MA.
  • Wesleyan Chapel (from Sherburn)
  • Primitive Methodist Chapel (from Scarborough)
  • Council School---Headmaster, F. Wrightson
  • Station, Sawdon (in the village of Brompton), N.E.R. Scarborough And Pickering line
  • Post Office---Postmaster, R.L. Owston
  • Postal business 7a.m. to 8 p.m., Telegrams 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Delivery, 7-10 a.m.(and 6 p.m. to callers only) weekdays. Sunday 8 a.m. Dispatch 5-15 p.m. weekdays, and 12-25 p.m. Sundays.
  • Money orders, Savings Bank, Annuity and Insurance

Gentry &c.:

  • Cayley, Sir G.E.A., Bart., High Hall
  • Chambers, Rev. F.O.,MA., All Saints' Vicarage

Miscellany of trades

  • Adamson, William, farm labourer
  • Allen, Mrs., laundress
  • Atkinson, G., labourer
  • Atkinson, Joseph, tailor
  • Barker, Thomas, assistant overseer
  • Bartliff, Mrs.
  • Bell, John, farm labourer
  • Bell, Mrs. H., charwoman
  • Boothland, E., butler
  • Botterill, Wm., farmer
  • Brown, William, traction engine driver, Wood Cottage
  • Calvert, M., corn miller
  • Clark, Mrs. Mary
  • Cockerill, Fred G., grocer and stonemason
  • Cockerill, Thomas, farm labourer
  • Cockerill, Wm., farm labourer
  • Coverdale, R., farmer, Mount Pleasant
  • Cranson, Tom, joiner
  • Craven, James, farm labourer
  • Croft, B., butcher
  • Crosby, Chas., farmer, Lowfields
  • Estill, John
  • Gaffney, Mrs., Free Dwellings
  • Gough, Reginald, land agent, Gallows Hill
  • Green, G.A., Cayley Arms
  • Harrison, Mrs. H.
  • Hardy, John, farmer, Lowfields
  • Hill, John, The Low Hall
  • Holgate, Mrs., charwoman
  • Hopper, Mrs., West End
  • Jackson, Mrs. R.
  • Jefells, Jas., farmer, Green Farm
  • Jennison, Thomas, gardener
  • Jerran, G., labourer
  • Jewitt, Mrs. laundress &c.
  • Lane, Robert, game watcher
  • Leaf, Frank, tailor
  • Leaf, George, stonemason
  • Leaf, Robert, stonemason, West End
  • Leaf, William, stonemason, The Wood
  • Lightfoot, Chas., wheelwright and joiner
  • Marflitt, Watson, farmer
  • Marflitt, Mrs.
  • Marflitt, Miss, dress and mantle maker
  • Millions, John, farm labourer
  • Millions, Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker
  • Monkman, Mrs. and Sons, farmers
  • Moore, Robert, labourer
  • Morrison, Thomas, labourer
  • Mudd, John William, farmer, Rye Poppin Farm
  • Owston, R.L. postmaster, post office
  • Pateman, Harry, gamekeeper
  • Pattison, Miss Mary, Dale House
  • Peaker, Charles, joiner and undertaker
  • Pearce, Edward, railway crossing
  • Pennock, Richard, coal dealer
  • Pinchbeck, Robert, gardener
  • Poad, Miss, West End
  • Preston, Wm., Gate House
  • Preston, Walter, porter
  • Richardson, John, stationmaster
  • Rogers, T., carrier
  • Rouse, Henry
  • Ruscoe, John, coachman
  • Scales, George
  • Scales, George Roger, blacksmith
  • Smith, Matthew
  • Sowerby, R., insurance agent
  • Sowerby, S., farm labourer
  • Spence, John
  • Stephenson, Mrs. H., schoolmistress
  • Stephenson, Rymer
  • Srockill, Tom, carrier
  • Sturdy, William, farmer, Manor House
  • Tiplady, Wilson, boot and shoemaker
  • Tindall, John, farmer and publican, King's Head Inn
  • Tyson, Richard, grocer and mason
  • Waites, David, farmer, Basinghowe
  • Walker, Abraham, lodging-house keeper
  • Ward, Dennison, farm labourer
  • Ward, Reeves, postman
  • Ward, Mrs.
  • Webster, Mrs.
  • Webster, Herbert, Stud Farm
  • Webster, John, Stud Farm
  • Willoughby, Capt., The Green
  • Wrightson, Frederick, headmaster, Council Schools

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for SAWDON in The Scarborough Gazette Directory of 1905.

General information:

  • Postal address---Sawdon, Brompton, RSO, York.
  • Parliamentary Division---Whitby.
  • County Council, North Riding---F. Baker, JP.
  • Parish Council (see Brompton).
  • Wesleyan Chapel (from Sherburn).
  • Iron Church (from Brompton) summer months only.
  • Post---Pillar box, weekdays only, 3.30 p.m. (see Brompton).
  • Nearest Station---Sawdon, 2 miles, NER (Scarborough and Pickering Line).
  • Nearest Telegraph Office and Post Office---Brompton, 2 miles.

Abbey, Jane.

  • Boak, Robinson, farmer.
  • Bonell, Robert, joiner and builder.
  • Boyes, John, farmer.
  • Brown, Thomas, farmer and grocer.
  • Cooper, Miss Grace.
  • Coultas, David, farm labourer,
  • Coultas, Norris, shoemaker.
  • Danby, Benjamin, farmer.
  • Gray, Mrs. Mary Jane.
  • Harland, John, farm labourer.
  • Hopper, Mrs. Ellen, farmer and lodging-house keeper.
  • Idell, John, farm labourer.
  • Idell, William Barry, farmer.
  • Jackson, J.
  • Jeffels, Coultas, labourer.
  • Lightfoot, Nathan, wheelwright and joiner.
  • Petch, George, shepherd.
  • Plaxton, Joseph, carrier.
  • Poad, William, farmer.
  • Raine, T., Buck Inn.
  • Riby, Thomas.
  • Richardson, John.
  • Skelton, William, farmer.
  • Stockton, Richard, farmer.
  • Stonehouse, Edwin, farmer.
  • Thrash, Anthony, farmer.
  • Vasey, Thos., labourer.Ward, Mrs. Mary, farmer.

Transcribed by Pam Smith.