Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades
for CARLTON IN CLEVELAND in Bulmer's Directory of 1890.
- Post Office at Mrs. Elizabeth Hewison's. Postal address, Carlton, Northallerton. Deliveries,
7-50 a.m.; despatches, 5-32 p.m., week-day and Sunday. Nearest Money Order and
Telegraph Office, Stokesley.
Miscellany of trades
- Barnard Arnold, vict., Fox and Hounds
- Eyles Henry, station master, Sexhow
- Garbutt Louisa, dressmaker
- Harries Sidney Howell, schoolmaster
- Long John, grocer and draper
- Mellow Joshua Arnold, Esq., Carlton house
- Pearson John Watson, blacksmith
- Ramsdale Thomas, shoemaker
- Routledge Thomas, car and cart proprietor
- Wake John, joiner and grocer
- Wake Messrs. Matthew and Fred, joiners and builders
- Welford Ann Elizabeth, vict., Blackwell Ox
- Clarke William, Manor house
- Elders William (and manor bailiff, Underhill Cottage farm
- Elliott William
- Furness Mary Ann (Miss) and John Gent Joseph, Plain Tree house
- Pearey Thomas
- Raw Messrs. John and John, junr., Underhill
- Robinson George, Brick house
- Scarth William (yeo.), Carlton grove
- Smith Thomas
- Stephenson Thomas, Low house
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