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

Postal Address,

  • Grosmont, R.S.O.
  • Post Office, Egton Bridge; Jane Harrison, receiver. Letters arrive at 8-20 a.m., and are despatched at 5-25 p.m.
  • Post Office, Egton; Tom Moules, receiver. Letters arrive at 8-15.a.m., and are despatched at 5-15 p.m. The nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office is at Grosmont.=

The following reside at Egton village, or where specified.

Miscellany of trades

  • Barker George, boarding house, Esk villa, Egton Bridge
  • Bennison Robert, clerk, Woodbine cottage
  • Bennison Thomas, gamekeeper, Delves
  • Bennison Wm., keeper, Wastonby
  • Blackburn Wm., contractor of county bridges, Egton Bridge
  • Blythman Isaac, market gardener, Aislaby
  • Boag George Henry, East Well cottage
  • Callebert Very Rev. Canon Francis (Catholic), Egton Bridge
  • Corner Jane, grocer
  • Cornforth G., farmer & vict., Wheat Sheaf Inn
  • Dickson J., civil engnr., The Grange, Glaisdale
  • Foster Messrs. John and Abraham B., Shooting lodge, Egton Bridge
  • Foy Alfred, schoolmaster (Cath.), Egton Bridge
  • Frankland J., farmer & vict., Horse Shoe Inn
  • Hill Anna, blacksmith
  • Hugill Joseph, farmer and vict., Horse Shoe Inn, Egton Bridge
  • Jackson Martin, forester
  • Jackson Peter, farmer and vict., Plough Inn
  • Jenkins Rev. Maurice Ed., B.A., vicar, Egton
  • Monies Thomas, grocer
  • National Schools, Egton; John Smith, master (mixed); Eliz. Smith, mistress (infants)
  • Readman J., vict., Station Hotel, Egton Bridge
  • Readman Joseph, vict., Fox and Hounds
  • Readman Miss Nellie, dressmaker, Esk valley
  • Readman Wm., bootmaker
  • Readman Wm., roadman, Delves
  • Rhodes William Henry, cashier, The Haggs
  • Richardson J., game watcher, Honey Bee nest
  • Roe John, bootmaker
  • Sanderson Frederick Samuel, station master, Egton Bridge
  • Schofield Geo., whinstone merchant, Esk valley
  • Smith Frankland, foreman builder
  • Swales Mrs., general dealer, Egton Bridge
  • Thurman Septimus, joiner; h Eskdaleside
  • Underwood Misses Margaret and Mary, grocers, Esk valley
  • Walker Rev. John Thomas (Congregational)
  • White J., agt. for Messrs. Foster, Egton Bridge
  • Wood Frankland, butcher and grocer
  • Wood William, farmer and vict., Ship Inn


  • Adamson John, Julian's park
  • Agar John, Egton green
  • Agar John, Mirkside
  • Armstrong - ., Cottage farm
  • Atkinson James, Nab end
  • Cooper John, Top Stone folly
  • Cooper Robert, East banks
  • Cornforth Vincent, Cote Bank farm
  • Coverdale Joseph, Thatchside
  • Cross James Mower, Blue beck
  • Dale John, West banks
  • Dale William, Newbiggin
  • Duck Hannah Elizabeth, New house
  • Elders William
  • Fletcher George, West banks
  • Fletcher Joseph, Newbiggin hall
  • Foster Messrs. A. B. & John, Egton Bridge
  • Frankland John, Mirkside
  • Grayson Isabella, Lease rigg
  • Hayes George, Cote bank
  • Hill John, Broom house
  • Hodgson John, Mirkside
  • Hodgson Thomas, East End farm
  • Hogarth Thomas and George, Grosmont
  • Hogarth Thomas, Horse mire
  • Holliday Wardle, Snowdon nab
  • Lister John, Glaisdale
  • Lyth Hannah & Sons, West banks
  • Mead George, East banks
  • Milner Richard, Mirkside
  • Moorcross James, Lease rigg
  • Morley Peter, Kay green
  • Myers Cornelius, Gill beck
  • Noble Richard, Midge hall
  • Parker John James, West banks
  • Paylor Thomas, Swartha cross
  • Pearson John, Bank house, Glaisdale
  • Peirson Francis
  • Peirson Richard, Lease rigg
  • Peirson Thomas, Grosmont
  • Peirson Thomas, Mirkside
  • Peirson William, East banks
  • Pybus John
  • Randymere Waterworks, Mirkside
  • Readman Mrs. Ann & Geo., Butter Park farm
  • Readman John, West banks
  • Readman Thomas, Hollins
  • Readman William, Cross farm
  • Reah Frank
  • Rhodes John, The Haggs
  • Richardson James, Jenny banks
  • Robinson John, High farm, Aislaby
  • Robinson John, Priory farm
  • Russell William, Haystones farm
  • Scarth John, Beck side
  • Schofield - ., Lease rigg
  • Shaw Thomas, Egton grange
  • Smith John, Egton Bridge
  • Smith William, Hazelhead; h Hunt house, Goathland
  • Stanforth Robert, West banks
  • Thistle Elisha, High Burrows
  • Trenholme William, Moor side
  • Walker Joseph, Delves
  • Walshaw Robert, Hollins
  • Wedgwood Dinah, West banks
  • Welford George, West banks
  • Welford John, West banks
  • Welford Joseph, Howe house
  • Welford Ralph, Egton grange
  • Welford William, Moorside
  • Welford William, Wastonby
  • White John, Egton Bridge
  • Wilson John, Lamplands
  • Wilson Mary, Holme house
  • Wood William, West banks
  • Wright George, Wastonby hall
  • Wright George, West banks
  • Yeoman George (and miller), West banks, and Stonegate, Lealholm bridge
  • Yeoman Knaggs, West banks

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