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