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


GRINTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office at Mrs. Jane Hillary's. Letters arrive, daily, via Richmond, per mail gig, at 8-25 a.m.; and are despatched, week-days, at 3-40 p.m., and Sundays, at 2-50 p.m. Reeth is the nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office. Letters for Whitaside, Crackpotside, and all places west of Low Whita, should be addressed via Reeth.

Miscellany of trades
Marked 1 reside in Crackpotside, 2 in Harkerside, 3 in Whitaside, and the rest in Grinton or where specified.

  • Airey William, corn miller, Haverdale mill
  • Alderson James, shepherd, Manor house
  • Allinson Robert, stonemason, &c.
  • Bell Miss Elizabeth, grocer
  • Charlesworth Colonel A. H., Grinton lodge (shooting box)
  • Close John Richard, sexton
  • Coates Mrs. Ann, Crackpot
  • 1 Coates Leonard, stonemason, Bank heads
  • Hilary Mrs. Jane, grocer and postmistress
  • Hird William, cowkeeper
  • Percival Thomas, vict., Ship Inn
  • Shaw Abraham, joiner and cartwright
  • 3 Simpson The Misses Eleanor and Elizabeth Mary, Low houses
  • Smith Rev. Percy, M.A., The Vicarage
  • Spensley Mr. John James, Moor house
  • Taylor Rev. Rd. Vickerman, B.A., incumbent of Melbecks, Parsonage house
  • White Mrs. Eliz., cowkeeper, Blackburn hall
  • White Mr. Joseph
  • White Mr. Wilson

Farmers.

  • 2 Alderson James
  • 2 Alderson Mrs. Jane
  • 2 Alderson Thomas, Dyke house
  • Allen Wm. (and agent to E. G. Whitelock, Esq.)
  • 3 Appleton John, Hollins farm
  • 3 Bell Joseph, Gale house
  • 3 Bell William, Low Whita
  • 3 Bell Wm. & Sons (Matt. & John), Low houses
  • Broderick Luther (yeo.), Summer lodge
  • 3 Brown Mrs. Ann, Lane house
  • 2 Calvert George (and gamekeeper)
  • 2 Calvert Harker
  • 3 Calvert Metcalfe, Usha top
  • 1 Caygills James, Bank heads
  • 2 Cleminson Robert
  • Coates James (yeo.), Crackpot
  • Coates James and Jane (owners), Crackpot
  • 3 Coates John (and overseer)
  • Coates William (yeo.), Crackpot
  • Garth Francis (yeo.), Haverdell house
  • Gill Shields (and butcher)
  • Hird Edward
  • 1 Hodgson Wm. (and butcher), Throstle nest
  • 2 Horn Mrs., Deer park
  • 2 Horne John (and butcher)
  • 2 Kendall James (and overseer), Swale hall
  • 2 Kendall John (and quarry owner)
  • 2 Kendall Mark, junr., Stubbings
  • 3 Kendall Mark, senr., Low Whita
  • 1 Metcalfe George, Nettlebed
  • 1 Metcalfe John (and cattle dealer), Spring end
  • 3 Metcalfe Joseph, Drovers' house
  • 3 Peacock Henry, Low Whita
  • Percival James (and corn miller), Grinton mill
  • 3 Spensley William, Robson house
  • 1 Sunter Thomas, Bank heads
  • 3 Whaley John (& gamekeeper), Plaintree house
  • 2 White Henry, Ivy house
  • Whitelock Ernest George (yeo.), Cogden hall

MELBECKS TOWNSHIP.

  • Post, Money Order Office, and Savings Bank, Gunnerside; William Stinter, postmaster. Letters arrive by mail cart via Reeth and Richmond, at 10-35 a.m., and are despatched at 2 p.m. No Sunday business. Nearest Telegraph Office is at Reeth.

Post:

Post Office at William Gill's, Low Row. Arrival, 10 a.m.; despatch, 2-30 p.m.

Farmers.

  • Alderson Alexander, Intack bottom
  • 2 Alderson James (and carrier)
  • Alderson James, Smarber
  • 3 Alderson Margaret (and carrier)
  • Alderson Thomas (and gamekeeper), Birk park
  • Alderson William (and gamekeeper), Hill top
  • 2 Alderson William (and shoemaker)
  • Alderson William, Barfside farm
  • Birkbeck William, Winterings
  • Brown Wm. (and mason and builder), Bellisle house
  • Buxton Cornelius, Shoregill head
  • Buxton Matthew, Dyke head
  • Calvert Elizabeth, Smarber
  • Carter John, Kearton
  • Clarkson Susannah, Strandshouse
  • Coates John (and blacksmith), Kearton
  • 2 Cottingham John
  • 2 Cottingham Joseph (and flour dealer)
  • 2 Cottingham William (and shepherd), Hill Top house
  • Guy Henry, Jenkin farm
  • Harker Simon, Isles
  • Harker Simon, Smarber
  • Heslop Christopher, Peatgate head
  • Heslop Robt. and Eliz. (owners), Brockmagill
  • 2 Hewgill Agnes Susannah, Mount pleasant
  • Kendall Thomas Hutchinson, Wood end
  • Martin Thomas, Park hall
  • Metcalfe Anthony, Bird's nest
  • 2 Metcalfe Leonard
  • Metcalfe William, Blaides
  • 1 Peacock Emanuel
  • Peacock George, Park end
  • Peacock Richard, Ivy cottage
  • 1 Pratt Elizabeth
  • Pratt Elizabeth, Dyke head
  • Pratt James, Blaides
  • Pratt John, Kearton pasture
  • Pratt John, Riddings farm
  • Pratt Jonathan, Blaides
  • Pratt Ralph Spensley, Thistleboute
  • 1 Pratt Thomas
  • 3 Pratt Thomas (and joiner), Hazel brow
  • 1 Raw Barningham
  • Raw Elizabeth, Modesty
  • Rutter Anthony, Pot ings
  • Rutter Elizabeth, High house
  • Rutter Robert, Dyke heads
  • Rutter Thomas, Thistleboute
  • Rutter William, Dirtyspot
  • Simpson Betsey, Blaides
  • Simpson Margaret, Kearton
  • Smithson Isaiah, Turnip house
  • 1 Spence Nancy
  • Spensley James, Hill Top house
  • 1 Spensley Margaret
  • 2 Sunter Thomas
  • 2 Sunter Thomas (and butcher and income tax collector)
  • 1 Taylor Joseph
  • Thompson William, Blaides
  • 2 Thwaites James
  • Waggett Christopher, Dyke heads
  • Waggett Ralph, Pot Ing house
  • 1 Waller James Harker (and butcher)
  • White Christopher, Brockmagill
  • 1 Whitfield William, Robin gate
  • Woodward Henry (yeo.), Winterings
  • Woodward James, Spensley house
  • Woodward William, Barf end

MUKER TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office, Muker; John Dunn, postmaster. Letters are despatched, week-days, at 9-20 a.m., and they arrive via Richmond and Reeth at 11-35 a.m. No Sunday business. Postal Orders are issued here, but Gunnerside is the nearest Money Order, & Reeth the nearest Telegraph Office. Post Office, Keld; John Rukin, postmaster. Letters arrive via Richmond and Reeth on weekdays only. Time of despatch is 8 a.m.; arrival, 12-45 p.m. Postal Orders are issued here weekdays only.

Miscellany of trades
Marked 1 reside at Angram, 2 at Keld, 3 at Stonesdale, 4 at Thwaite, and the rest at Muker, or where specified.

  • 4 Alderson Ralph, innkeeper and farmer
  • 2 Alderson Richard, provision dealer
  • 4 Allison James, tailor
  • Broderick Miss Mary, Spring end
  • 4 Butson Francis, joiner and wheelwright
  • 2 Calvert George, blacksmith, Bridge end
  • Cherry Matt., gamekeeper, Gunnerside lodge
  • 3 Clarkson Mr. Anthony
  • 2 Crombie Rev. William (Congregational)
  • Dunn John, grocer, draper, and postmaster
  • 4 Fawcett George, schoolmaster
  • Harker Ralph, vict., Travellers' Rest, Calvert houses
  • 1 Iveson James, butcher
  • 4 Kearton William, shoemaker
  • Literary Institute; C. Raw, secretary C. Harker, librarian and treasurer
  • Literary Institute; John Rukin, secretary; James Rukin, treasurer (2)
  • Mason Mr. Nathan
  • Nicholson Rev. Jonah Peter. incumbent,Parsonage house
  • 2 Parrington James, shoemaker
  • 2 Parrington Richd., vict. and farmer, Cat Hole
  • Peacock Mrs. Annas, vict., King's Head
  • Peacock Christopher, stone mason and vict., Farmers' Arms
  • Peacock James, shoemaker
  • Peacock William, vict., Queen's Head
  • Pedley Jane, shopkeeper
  • Raw Christopher, grocer and draper
  • 2 Rukin John, postmaster, &c.
  • Sowter John W., master, Muker Endowed school
  • 2 Wagget James, gamekeeper
  • Whitfield George, fruiterer
  • 2 Wilson John, gamekeeper

Farmers.

  • 3 Alderson Christopher, East Stonesdale
  • 4 Alderson Edward (yeo.)
  • 4 Alderson George (yeo.)
  • 4 Alderson George, junr.
  • 2 Alderson James
  • 3 Alderson James, Ravenseat
  • 3 Alderson John, Hill top
  • Alderson John, Kisdon
  • 3 Alderson John, Ravenseat
  • 3 Alderson John, Stone house
  • Alderson John, Thorns
  • Alderson Mrs. Margaret, Rash
  • 3 Alderson William, Firs
  • Alton George, Ivelet heads
  • Buxton John, Crake trees
  • 4 Calvert James, Moor close
  • Calvert William, High Oxnop
  • 3 Cherry Thomas, Blackmoor house
  • 4 Clarke Richard (grocer and draper)
  • Clarkson The Misses Barbara & Mary (owners), Satron
  • 3 Clarkson Edmund, Pry house
  • 2 Clarkson John
  • 3 Clarkson John, Smithy holme
  • 4 Clarkson William
  • Cooper William, Rampsholme
  • Dunn Kearton, Ivelet
  • 1 Fawcett John (butter factor), Greenses
  • Fawcett John Alderson, Aygill thorns
  • Fawcett Ralph (and flour dealer)
  • 1 Fawcett Simon, junr., Skeugh head
  • 1 Fawcett Simon, senr. (yeo.)
  • Guy George, Rash
  • Guy James, Rash
  • Guy Richard
  • Guy Mrs. Rosamond & Sons, High Oxnop and Hill Top lodge
  • Guy Thomas, Ushagap
  • Harker Christopher
  • Harker David (yeo.)
  • 3 Harker James (and colliery agent)
  • Harker John
  • 3 Harker Nathan, Crackpot hall
  • Harker Thomas, Heugh
  • Harker William, Calvert houses
  • Heseltine Francis Jas. (& cattle dealer), Ivelet
  • Heseltine Mrs. Margaret, Calvert houses
  • 1 Horsfall Robert, Greenses
  • Hunter Mrs. Margaret, Thorns
  • Hutchinson Mrs. Jane, Rash
  • 3 Hutchinson William, Black howe
  • Kearton Foster (and gamekeeper)
  • 4 Kearton George
  • 4 Kearton John
  • Kearton Joseph (yeo.), Ivelet
  • 4 Kearton Mrs. Mary
  • 1 Kilburn John
  • 3 Kilburn William, junr., Hoggarth
  • Kilburn William, senr. (yeo.)
  • 2 Metcalfe Mrs. (owner)
  • Metcalfe Henry & William (yeo.), Kisdon
  • 3 Metcalfe James, Ellers
  • 3 Metcalfe Jane, Smithy holme
  • 3 Metcalfe Richard, Firth
  • 2 Metcalfe William (and grocer)
  • 1 Peacock Christopher (yeo.), Skeugh head
  • 1 Peacock John, Skeugh head
  • Peacock Leonard, Scar house
  • Raw William, Sim
  • Reynoldson John (and butter factor), Thorns
  • 1 Rukin Michael
  • Rukin Robert, Thorns
  • 1 Rukin William
  • 3 Scott Anthony, Firth
  • Scott Christopher Alderson
  • 3 Scott George, Park house
  • 3 Scott Richard Alderson, Harker's house
  • Swinbanks Mrs. Mary Ann, Ivelet heads
  • Thornborrow Robert, Birkdale
  • Wagget Ralph, Ivelet
  • Westwick William, Gill Head house
  • Whitell Christopher, Rash
  • Whitell John, Low Oxnop
  • Whitfield John and Robert, Ivelet
  • Whitfield Robert, Calvert houses
  • 2 Wilson Thomas (yeo.)

REETH TOWNSHIP.

  • Post, Money Order, Telegraph Office, and Savings Bank; John Thomas Ward, postmaster. Letters arrive daily via Richmond, per mail cart, at 9-5 a.m.; and are despatched - weekdays, 3-35 p.m., and on Sundays at 2-45 p.m. Letters are despatched to Arkingarthdale and Gunnerside, on week-days, at 9-35 am., and to Hurst, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at the same time. The letters for Fremington should be addressed via Grinton, Richmond, The Wall Letter Box at Healaugh is cleared at 2-40 p.m. on week-days.

LOCAL INFORMATION.

  • St. Andrew's Church (Grinton) - Rev. Percy Smith, M.A., vicar; John Richard Close, sexton; Miss Sutcliffe, organist.
  • Congregational Church - Rev. A. McCormack, minister.
  • Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - Rev. Thomas Peers, minister. REETH UNION. - Chairman to the Board of Guardians, Edmund Alderson Knowles, Esq., Gorton lodge; Clerk and Supt. Registrar, Francis J. Greathead, solicitor, Reeth; Master, George Peacock; Matron, Mrs. Margaret Peacock.
  • Relieving Officer, School Attendance Officer, and Inspector of Nuisances, M. Kendall.
  • Registrars of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, J. T. Ward, Reeth; T. Harling, Gunnerside.
  • Medical Officers, A. B. Kernot, Reeth; T. Raring, Gunnerside.
  • Mechanics' Institute, F. J. Greathead, secretary.

TRADES AND PROFESSIONS.

Academies & Schools.

  • Endowed C.E. School - John Barrett Sutcliffe, master; Mrs. Sutcliffe, mistress (1)
  • Friends' Endowed School - John Robinson, master; Mrs. Robinson, sewing mistress

Blacksmiths.

  • Gill Francis
  • Gill Thomas

Boot and Shoe Makers.

  • Alderson Jonathan
  • Allison William
  • Barningham George (clogger and shoe dealer)
  • Coates Thomas
  • Jackson James
  • Neesham Robert

Butchers.

  • Hunter John, Raw moor
  • 1 Thompson Robert

Carriers.

  • Blenkiron Hy. (& flour dealer), to Richmond every weekday, except Friday, about 8-0 a.m.
  • 2 Pedley Adam
  • 2 Pedley Jane
  • 2 Pedley John
  • Spence John, to Richmond every week-day, except Friday, about 8-0 a.m.

Drapers.

  • Fothergill John
  • Jackson James
  • Smith Mrs. Elizabeth

Dressmakers and Milliners.

  • Cherry Mary
  • Deighton Miss Charlotte A.
  • Moore The Misses Alice and Elizabeth
  • Peacock Mrs. Margaret
  • 1 Place Miss Adelaide

Farmers.

  • Alcock William, Cringley farm
  • 1 Alderson George, Castle
  • 1 Alderson George, Old hall
  • Alderson John, Windy hall
  • Alderson Nathan, Woodhouse
  • 1 Alderson Thomas, Castle
  • 1 Alsop Mark (& cattle dealer), Castle
  • Bell Isabella, Halfway house
  • Bell John, Nova Scotia
  • 2 Birkbeck Robert
  • Blenkiron Thompson, Riddings
  • Bothroyd Mrs. Ann
  • 1 Bousfield John, Bank house
  • Coates John, Rawcroft
  • 2 Dolphin Anthony
  • Dolphin John, Riddings
  • Harper Samuel & George, Raw moor
  • 1 Hird Christopher
  • Hird Mrs. Matilda, Sturfit hall
  • Hunter John, Raw moor
  • Johnson Robert, Reeth lane
  • 1 Kearton Richard, Fremington edge
  • Kearton Thomas, Riddings
  • Kendall Mark, Riddings
  • 1 Kendall Ralph, Fremington house
  • 2 Martin John
  • Metcalfe Mrs. Dinah, Townend hall
  • Metcalfe Jph. (and cattle dlr.)
  • Moore Thomas
  • 2 Nattrass Adam, Bank house
  • Peacock James
  • 2 Peacock Margaret
  • 2 Pedley Adam
  • 2 Pedley Jane
  • 2 Pedley John
  • 2 Pedley Mrs.
  • Pedley William
  • 2 Place Hannah
  • Raw Francis, Hagg cottage
  • Slack Andrew, Five Intakes
  • Spensley John (& corn miller), Reeth mill
  • 1 Thompson Mrs. Ann (and miller), Fremington mill
  • Thompson John, Rawcroft
  • Thompson Richard, Riddings
  • 1 Thompson Robert
  • 1 Wallace John, Heggs
  • 2 White Henry, Daggerstones

Furniture Dealer, &c.

  • Deacon Henxy

Grocers and Shopkeepers,

  • 1 Allinson John (and stonemason)
  • Alsop John
  • 2 Bell William
  • Blenkiron John (and baker and apartments)
  • Gill Francis (& general dealer)
  • Hillary Mrs. Margaret (and flour dealer)
  • Kendall Mrs. Mary Ann
  • 2 Metcalfe George
  • Peacock William (and spirit merchant and patent medicine vendor)
  • Raisbeck Jabez (and printer and stationer, bookseller and agent for the "Darlington and Stockton Times ")
  • Smith Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Thompson Mrs. Helena
  • Ward Anthony

Hotels, Inns, &c.

  • Black Bull; George Garbutt
  • Buck; James C. Woodward
  • Half Moon; James Close
  • Red Lion; (unoccupied)
  • Shoulder of Mutton; (unoccupied)

Joiners, &c.

  • 1 Cleasby J. Coates (and wood agent to the Old Gang Mining Co., Ltd.), Fremington yard
  • Irwin John (and builder)
  • 1 Metcalfe Jas. (& cartwright)
  • Petty Thomas

Painters, Paperhangers, Plumbers, &c.

  • Croft Christopher & Sons
  • Croft John

Saddler.

  • Deighton Percival

Solicitor.

  • Greathead Francis Joseph (and commissioner to administer oaths, clerk to the Guardians of Reeth Union, superintendent registrar, and clerk to Marrick School Board)

Surgeon.

  • Kernot Abraham Bowerman, M.R.C.S. and L.S.A.

Tailors and Drapers.

  • Binks Thomas Coates
  • Blenkiron James

Watchmakers.

  • Bothroyd George William
  • Ward John Thomas (and postmaster)


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