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

CRATHORNE.

  • Post Office, &c., Yarm, four miles distant. Letters arrive about 9-0 a.m. Wall Box adjoining the school. Collections at 5-0 p.m. in summer, and 4-30 p.m. in winter.

Miscellany of trades

  • Bell Mrs. Ann
  • Burton Robert, farmer and vict., Crathorne Inn
  • Dalkin Miss Catherine Jane Tolson, mistress, Board school
  • Dickinson Wm., farm bailiff, Crathorne grange
  • Dobson Thomas, miller, Mill farm
  • Dugdale James Lionel, Esq., Crathorne hall
  • Harrison William, wool and cattle dealer
  • Lincoln Mr. George, Old hall
  • Metcalfe James, builder, grocer, and farmer
  • Meynell Francis, blacksmith
  • Rhymer Mr. Thomas
  • Welford James, bootmaker, &c.
  • Wilson Rev. James Alder, M.A., rector
  • Wilson James, joiner

Farmers.

  • Adamson Jane, Corpse house
  • Brown William, Glebe
  • Charlton William, High Foxton
  • Dobson William, Mill farm
  • Dodds John, Low Foxton
  • Harrison John Martin, Mount flatts
  • Harrison William, Mount flatts
  • Jobling Thomas, Town end
  • Smith George, Hunter banks


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