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


CAYTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office at William Tindall's, grocer. Letters arrive via Scarborough at 8-20 a.m., and are despatched at 4-10 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Baker Thomas, innkeeper
  • Beal Christopher, clerk to school board
  • Cariss Christopher Edwin, market gardener
  • Cayton Board School; George Turner, master
  • Chew Robert, vict., Star Inn
  • Cooper James, Killerby hall
  • Cummins Mrs. Mary
  • Fowler William, shoemaker
  • Goforth John, tailor and draper
  • Haw Matthew, blacksmith and vict., Blacksmith's arms
  • Hedley George, carrier to Scarboro', Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday, and market gardener
  • Hepworth Miss Frances, dressmaker
  • Hepworth John, agent (Refuge)
  • Hepworth Wm., actuary, Yorkshire Penny bank
  • Nunns Robt., engineer, Cayton Bay waterworks
  • Owston Mrs. Ellen
  • Owston Miss Hannah
  • Owston John Holtby, grocer and draper
  • Owston Thomas, mole catcher
  • Pinkey Mrs. Hannah Frances, dressmaker
  • Smith Francis, blacksmith
  • Smith John, laundry, Providence cottage
  • Smith William, joiner and parish clerk
  • Stephenson Miss Charlotte Ellen
  • Stubbs Christopher, butcher
  • Taylor Hardy, cattle dealer
  • Tindall Thomas, joiner and wheelwright
  • Wiffen Joseph, lodgings, Rose cottage
  • Wilkin William, stationmaster

Farmers.

  • Brown David, Glebe farm
  • Davison John
  • Hopper John
  • Jackson Elizabeth, Low Deepdale
  • Jackson John William, Cliff house
  • North George, Killerby grange
  • Pearson Robert
  • Raby John Robert
  • Smith Nesfield
  • Tomlinson James

OSGODBY TOWNSHIP.

Miscellany of trades

  • Anderson Mrs. Elizabeth, Osgodby hall
  • Harrison Emma, laundry
  • Livingston Miss Caroline
  • Parkinson Miss Zillah, laundry
  • Pearson John Wm., cab proprietor, Balgarnie stand
  • Petch Mrs. Johanna
  • Pickard Thomas
  • Sigsworth Mrs. Mary

Farmers.

  • Appleby Francis
  • Boyes Miss Mary, Low Wheatcroft
  • Leighton George
  • Newham Thomas (and butcher)
  • Taylor James


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