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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for GRISTHORPE in The Scarborough Gazette Directory of 1905.

General information:

  • Whitby Parliamentary Division, vote at Cayton.
  • Postal Address, Gristhorpe, Filey.
  • Nearest Telegraph Station, Filey 2 miles, (also for dispatch Gristhorpe Railway Station).
  • Postal orders only. Delivery 8.30 a.m., dispatch 4.45 and 6.45 p.m. No Sunday post.
  • Railway Station, Gristhorpe (NER., Hull and Scarborough line).
  • St. Thomas' Church (with Filey), Rev. A.N. Cooper, vicar, Filey.
  • Primitive Methodist Chapel.---(In Filey district.)
  • National School, Infants only, Mistress, Miss Pinder, St.
  • Michael's Cottage, Bempton (others to Filey Schools.)
  • North Riding Coubty Councillor, Capt. Johnstone, vote at Cayton.
  • Parish Meeting. Chairman, Robert Dale; overseers R. Temple and R. Craig; Clerk and Collector, D. Dale. Gristhorpe Hall.

Miscellany of trades

  • Abbott, Geo., labourer.
  • Alden, Joseph, hind, Crow Nest Farm
  • Alden, Wm., porter.
  • Allison, E., farmer, Cliff House.
  • Atkinson, Mrs. M.A., laundress.
  • Basham, John, labourer.
  • Barnby, Wilson.
  • Biggins, William.
  • Bowes, Bell, hind, Gristhorpe Cliff.
  • Bowes, T.H., Brickyard Cottages.
  • Braithwaite, W.H., labourer.
  • Brown, H., farmer.
  • Bulmer, Robert, machinist.
  • Chapman, Henry, roadman.
  • Clark, J., labourer.
  • Cook, Benjamin, gamekeeper.
  • Croft, John, farmer.
  • Craig, Robert, Bull Inn.
  • Dale, Dickinson, dairyman and assistant overseer.
  • Dale, John, farmer, Little Brittain.
  • Dale, Robert, shoemaker and milk dealer.
  • Davey, J.C., signalman.
  • Downes, Charles, platelayer.
  • Ellerker, T., florist, Belle Vue Gardens.
  • Gullen, J., gateman, Muston Gatehouses.
  • Gullen, M., ganger.
  • Imeson, J., platelayer, Muston Gatehouses.
  • Jackson, G.
  • King, Robert, labourer.
  • Large, J., gateman.
  • Maltby, T., labourer.
  • Marson, James, stationmaster.
  • Myers-Beswick, Mrs. B., The Manor House.
  • Nellist, W., labourer.
  • Overfield, Alfred, farmer, Crake House Farm.
  • Somerville, Miss H., Carr Hill House.
  • Sonley, Mrs., charwoman.
  • Temple, W., farmer.
  • Tyson, Wm., labourer.
  • Watson, Henry, farmer, Nebeggin.
  • Wellburn, C., labourer.
  • Wellburn,Wm., farmer, apartments.
  • Williamson, Chas., labourer.

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for LEBBERSTON in The Scarborough Gazette Directory of 1905.

General information:

  • Postal Address---Lebberston, Filey.
  • Whitby Parliamentary Division. Vote at Cayton.
  • North Riding County Council---Capt. Johnstone. Vote at Cayton.
  • Letters delivered 9.30 a.m. Collected by rural postman, 3.40 p.m.
  • Nearest Post Office---Gristhorpe, 1 mile. No Sunday post.
  • Nearest Telegraph Office---Filey, 3 miles (and Gristhorpe Railway Station for dispatch).
  • Nearest Station---Gristhorpe (NER., Hull and Scarborough line), 1 mile.
  • Wesleyan Chapel (in Filey district).
  • Nearest School---Cayton Council School.
  • Parish Meeting---John Jackson, chairman.
  • Overseers---Geo. Hall and John Wallis.
  • Clerk and Collector---C. Beal, Cayton.

Miscellany of trades

  • Alden, William, roadman.
  • Alden, Miss.
  • Atkinson, Pudsey, farmer, Cliff Farm.
  • Brown, Mrs., farmer and apartments.
  • Bulmer, Henry, labourer.
  • Dale, George, labourer.
  • Davison, Chas., farmer, Gate House Farm.
  • Downes, Charles, platelayer.
  • Gloyne, Chas., Lebberston Hall.
  • Hall, George, joiner.
  • Jackson, Christopher, farmer.
  • Jackson, John, farmer.
  • Johnson, H., hind, Lebberston Carr Farm.
  • Large, Joseph, platelayer.
  • Longhorn, Robert, Ox Inn.
  • Nellist, Ralph, labourer.
  • Newbiggin, Mrs.
  • Newham, C.
  • Parker, ---.
  • Pawson, George, labourer.
  • Pearson, James, farmer and apartments, Cliff House.
  • Pickering, Gibson, farm labourer.
  • Raley, Miss.
  • Reveley, J., labourer.
  • Robinson, W.B., The Grange, farmer.
  • Speck, H., hind, Lingholm Farm.
  • Wallace, John, dairyman and gardener, Ivy Lodge.
  • Ward, Tom George, Plough Inn, Boak End.
  • Watson, George, labourer.
  • Williams, Alfred, labourer.

Transcribed by Pam Smith.