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

THIRKLEBY

  • Letters via Thirsk

Miscellany of trades
Marked (1) reside at High Thirkleby, and (2) at Low Thirkleby.

  • 1 Burton James, blacksmith
  • 2 Burton William, shoemaker
  • 1 Curry Mark, butcher, &c.
  • 1 Fothergill C., gardener, The Old Parsonage
  • 1 Frankland Lady Payne, Thirkleby park
  • Gains -, shoemaker
  • 1 Gallwey Sir R. P., Bart., J.P., Thirkleby park
  • 2 Hoastler Mrs. William
  • 1 Lancaster John, coal leader
  • 1 Leeming Martin, grocer, &c., and postman
  • 1 Matson Francis, cattle dealer
  • 1 Metcalfe Thomas, Rose cottage
  • 2 Paytor Christopher, cowkeeper
  • 1 Rose Charles, tailor and outfitter
  • Smart -, head gardener, Thirkleby park
  • 1 Smith Rev. Thomas Hill, M.A., Vicarage
  • 1 Snowball Thomas, estate joiner
  • 1 Thornton Wm., bailiff, Thirkleby Park farm
  • 2 Turnbull William, joiner and cartwright
  • Walker T. and E., thrashing machine proprs.
  • 2 Watson Mr. Henry
  • 1 Whitfield Francis, joiner, Thirkleby lodge
  • 1 Whitfield George, schoolmaster, organist and choirmaster, registrar of births and deaths for Sutton district, and overseer, School house

Farmers.

  • Burton Joseph (and miller), Thirkleby mill
  • 2 Carver Thomas
  • 2 Clayton Robert, High house
  • Kirby Thomas, Low Osgoodby
  • 1 Manfield Mrs. Georgina, Thirkleby bridge
  • 1 Manfield Leonard, Thirkleby Barugh
  • 1 Manfield Robert Blyth, Thirkleby Barugh
  • 1 Parnaby James
  • Sturdy Robert (and steam thrashing machine proprietor), Osgoodby hall
  • 1 Walker Thomas
  • 2 Wilkinson Robert, Sand Hill farm


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