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


COVERHAM-CUM-AGGLETHORPE TOWNSHIP.

  • Postal Address, Middleham via Bedale. The nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office is at Middleham. Letters and parcels for Coverham, Caldbridge, Melmerby, and West Scrafton, are delivered from Middleham by rural postmen.

Miscellany of trades

  • Bates Frederick, trainer and breeder, Tupgill park
  • Burrill Charles James, Esq., Cotescue park
  • Dawson George Lodowick, trainer, Ferngill
  • Osborne John Howe (W., J. & R. Osborne),jockey and breeder, Breckongill
  • Osborne Robert (W., J. & R. Osborne), trainer and breeder, Thorngill
  • Osborne W., J. & R. Osborne, trainers, Ashgill stables
  • Osborne William (W., J. & R. Osborne), trainer, Ashgill
  • Other Christopher, Esq., J.P., D.L., late Capt., Wensleydale Volunteers, Chairman, Swaledale and Wensleydale Banking Co., Ltd., Coverham abbey
  • Parish Church - service, 11 a.m. and 2-30 p.m. alternately
  • Render J., parish clerk and sexton, Agglethorpe
  • Suttill T., rural postman, Coverham High mill

Farmers.

  • Brown Richard, Agglethorpe
  • Clarkson William (and corn miller), Coverham Low mill
  • Clifford James, and vict., Lady Bab Inn
  • Scarr Arthur, Cotescue farm
  • Swales Amos
  • Swales John, Bird-Ridding
  • Watson Mrs. Mary, Agglethorpe hall

CALDBRIDGE WITH EAST SCRAFTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Postal Address, Middleham via Bedale.

Miscellany of trades

  • Chaytor Lady Mary, Scrafton lodge
  • Chaytor Rd. Clervaux, Esq., Scrafton lodge
  • Cook Thomas, gamekeeper
  • Cookson William Whaley, gamekeeper
  • Downs Walter, working butcher
  • Falshaw Miss Elizabeth, shopkeeper
  • Lambert Moses, stonemason
  • Mason Mr. John
  • Wilson James, cowkeeper

Farmers.

  • Falshaw Mrs. Ann & Son (T. Law), Ings house
  • Harrison Matthew (meal and flour dealer)
  • Harrison Thomas
  • Horner John
  • Richard Thos. & Son (Thomas), East Scrafton
  • Stubbs Thomas, Lane house
  • Yeoman Francis, The Ashes

CARLTON (TOWN) TOWNSHIP.

  • Post and Money Order Office at Richard Simpson's. Letters arrive, week-days, from Middleham via Bedale at 11 a.m., and are despatched at 2-15 p.m. No arrival or despatch on Sundays. The nearest Telegraph Office is at Middleham.

Miscellany of trades

  • Blades James, tailor
  • Brockell John, freeholder
  • Brockell Mrs. Margaret
  • Calvert William, joiner
  • Chapel of Ease - Sundays, service, 6.30 p.m. Dawson Mr. John
  • Harrison Orlando, butcher
  • Harrison Mrs. Susannah, Park view
  • Harrison William, blacksmith
  • Horner Joseph, grocer and butter factor
  • Langstaff Joseph, draper and grocer
  • Lofthouse Robert, cowkeeper
  • Maltby S. R., schoolmaster, The Green house
  • Mawer Thomas, draper, grocer, and butter factor
  • Mudd James, joiner
  • Pickard Mr. Bartholomew
  • Robinson Dalton, watchmaker
  • Spence James, tailor and clothier
  • Suttill G. D., corn miller (water) Griff mill
  • Thornton William, land agent and valuer, Carlton house
  • Wade-Dalton Rev. Frederick, M.A., The Vicarage
  • Walls Mr. Joseph, Carlton villa
  • Watson Miss Mary
  • Wesleyan Chapel - Sundays, service at 2 p.m. and 6-30 p.m.
  • Wright Mrs. Isabel, dressmaker
  • Wright James, shoemaker

Farmers.

  • Binks Christopher (and shoemaker)
  • Binks Septimus, New close
  • Binks Thomas, Highfield
  • Chapman Christopher
  • Dawson John, Highfield house
  • Geldart Thomas (yeo.), Elm Tree house
  • Harrison Henry
  • Harrison Metcalfe (yeo.), Town-foot farm
  • Horner Simon, Highfield
  • Ivison Thomas
  • Law James
  • Pearson Mrs. E., and vict., Moorcock Inn
  • Ramshaw Ralph (and meal and flour dealer)
  • Simpson James, junior
  • Simpson James, senr. (yeo. and butcher)
  • Simpson Richard (and sub-postmaster)
  • Walker Henry
  • Walker John, Town-head house
  • Walls James, Old hall
  • Walls William, and vict., Foresters' Arms

CARLTON HIGHDALE TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office at Thomas Clarke's, Horsehouse. Letters arrive from Middleham via Bedale, weekdays only, at 11-30 a.m., and are despatched at 2 p.m.

Miscellany of trades
Marked g reside at Gammersgill, h at Horsehouse, s at Swineside, w at Woodale.

  • h Banks James, cowkeeper
  • s Bell Miss Mary, cowkeeper
  • h Heath Frederick William, schoolmaster
  • Lofthouse Robert, carrier
  • Primitive Methodist Chapel - Sundays, service at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.
  • h Pybus Robert, stonemason
  • h Slightham George, shopkeeper
  • h Spence William, carrier to Leyburn (Fridays)
  • St. Botolph's - Sundays, service at 11 a.m. and 2-30 p.m. alternately
  • h Watson Mr. Christopher
  • Wesleyan Chapel - Sundays, service at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.
  • h Whitfield Robert, shopkeeper

Farmers.

  • a Beckwith John
  • s Bell Robert
  • a Brennand Richard
  • h Brockell John
  • Clarke John, Sod hall
  • h Clarke Matthew
  • b Clarke Theophilus & Matthew
  • g Clarke Thomas
  • h Clarke Thomas (and sub-postmaster)
  • g Clarke William Henry
  • h Deighton Francis, and vict., Thwaite's Arms
  • w Hammond John
  • Hammond William, Breckonrigg
  • s Handley Thomas
  • Harrison Thomas, West Close
  • Ivison Christopher, Arundel grange
  • s Ivison William
  • g Lambert William
  • Liddel Isaac, Coverhead
  • Lister Silvester, Flensop; h Ripley
  • a Lofthouse Thomas
  • g Mawer Joseph
  • w Mawer Thomas
  • b Rider Joseph
  • s Stubbs Mrs. Hannah
  • Stubbs James, Hindlethwaite
  • b Watson John
  • w Watson Thomas
  • Wilson Horner, Sowersett

MELMERBY TOWNSHIP.

  • Postal Address, Middleham via Bedale.

Miscellany of trades

  • Beswick Samuel, harness maker
  • Clarkson Thomas, shopkeeper
  • Hogg George, shopkeeper
  • Rayner James, cowkeeper
  • Rayner Joseph, blacksmith
  • Richardson Richard, cowkeeper
  • Stanley Matthew, shopkeeper
  • Tomlin James, gamekeeper
  • Watson Matthew, joiner

Farmers.

  • Brunskill William, and vict., Topham's Arms
  • Chapman Christopher, Manor house
  • Chapman William
  • Mawer James, Hall Garth
  • Mudd Alexander, Town Foot farm
  • Osborne W. J. & H., Gliders beck
  • Taylor James (yeo.), Plane Tree house

WEST SCRAFTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Postal Address, Middleham via Bedale.

Miscellany of trades

  • Bell Matthew, cowkeeper
  • Hogg John, cattle dealer, Bridge house
  • Morrell Mrs. Ann, shopkeeper
  • Paley George, shopkeeper
  • Paley John, shoemaker
  • Primitive Methodist Chapel - Sundays, service alternately at 2 p.m. and 6-30 p.m.
  • Wesleyan - Sundays, service alternately at 2 p.m. and 6-30 p.m.

Farmers.

  • Butterfield Joseph (and quarryman)
  • Chapman Thomas
  • Chapman William (yeo.)
  • Hogg Tristram (yeo. and sheep dealer)
  • Horner Joseph, Hill top
  • Horner Richard William
  • Horner T. (yeo. and cattle dealer), Inver house
  • Metcalfe Simon, Bridge house
  • Paley John (yeo.)
  • Paley Richard (and quarryman)
  • Rayner Francis, and vict., Grouse Inn
  • Spence John (yeo.)
  • Stubbs James
  • Swales Jonas (yeo.)
  • Utley Edward (yeo.)


Scan, OCR and html by Colin Hinson. Checking and correction by Peter Nelson.