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


HEALEY TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office at William Lawson's. Letters arrive via Masham (R.S.O.), week-days at 9-40 a.m., and are despatched at 3-55 p.m. No arrival or despatch on Sundays. The nearest Money. Order and Telegraph Office is at Masham.

Miscellany of trades

  • Crow William, vict., Black Horse
  • Kay Robert, shopkeeper
  • Lawson Wm., tailor, clothier, & sub-postmaster
  • Mallaby John, shop and cowkeeper, Colsterdale
  • Melrose Miss Mgt., schoolmistress, Coisterdale
  • Powell Rev. Thomas, M.A., The vicarage
  • Prentis John, schoolmaster, Kell bank
  • Rider Thomas, butcher, Briery banks
  • St. Paul's; Sundays, service, 10-30 a.m. and 6-30 p.m.
  • Wintersgill Thomas, shopkeeper

Cowkeepers.

Marked c live in Colsterdale.

  • c Banks John
  • Blades John
  • Cradock Tobias
  • Graham Joseph
  • c Mallaby Mrs. Ann
  • c Mallaby Thomas
  • c Mallaby William, junr.
  • c Mallaby William, senr.
  • c Tesseman John
  • Walker Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Wintersgill Mrs. Betsy
  • c Wood Mrs. Sarah

Farmers.

  • Anton Matthew (and corn miller), Healey mill
  • Barker George, Fairthorne; h Pott hall
  • Barker Peter, Spout house
  • Clarkson William, Leighton
  • Clayton George Edwd., Bales house; h Sutton
  • Constantine John Carter, junr., Leighton hall
  • Constantine John Carter, senr.
  • Eglin William, Coisterdale house
  • Falshaw John, Crab house
  • Glew Francis, Healey cote
  • Graham Edward, Gollinglith foot
  • Harrison Richd., Sourmire low and Towler hill
  • Hutchinson Dixon, Agra
  • Ormerod Laurence Alexander, Healey cote
  • Rider William, Briery banks
  • Verity William, Howe farm
  • Verity William, Sourmire high
  • Wintersgill John

ELLINGSTRING TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters via Masham (R.S.O.). Letter box in the village cleared at 2-45 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Appleby Samuel, blacksmith
  • Baker Robert Henry, schoolmaster
  • Bendelow John, vict. and shopkeeper, Boot and Shoe
  • Chapel-of-Ease; Sundays, service 2-30 p.m.
  • Dinsdale David, hawker and carrier to Leyburn (Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays)
  • Horner Francis, shopkeeper
  • Lambert Mrs. Jane
  • Metcalfe George, shopkeeper
  • Tomlin William James, cowkeeper
  • Wesleyan Chapel; Sundays, service 2 p.m. and 6-30 p.m.
  • Wintersgill Mrs. Mary

Farmers.

  • Alton William; h High Ellington
  • Blake Thomas. Hill top
  • Dodds Thomas, Haregill lodge
  • Hardy Robert
  • Kettlewell Mark
  • Thompson Eli
  • Thompson Mrs. George

FEARBY TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters via Masham (R.S.O.). Letter box in the village cleared at 4-20 p.m.

Farmers.

  • Harland Edwin (& licensed valuer), Mile house
  • Horsfall Harry
  • Jackson John
  • Mallaby Robert
  • Mudd Charles Johnson (and architect), Quarry Gill view
  • Theakston Thomas, Spelder banks; h Masham
  • Verity Thomas (yeo.)
  • Wilkinson William
  • Wrather James
  • Wray William
  • Yeoman Francis, Broadmires

ILTON-CUM-POTT TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters via Masham (R.S.O.)

Miscellany of trades

  • Binks Mrs. Mary, shopkeeper
  • Chapel of Ease; Sundays, service 2-30 p.m.
  • Dale William Henry, schoolmaster, Moorheads
  • Hammond Henry, shopkeeper
  • Wesleyan Chapel; Sundays, service 2 p.m. and 6-30 p.m.

Cowkeepers.

  • Atkinson Richard
  • Coldbeck Mrs. Eleanor
  • Gale Thomas
  • Gill Edward
  • Jenkinson Henry
  • Mallaby John
  • Nicholson William
  • Simpson Mrs. Ann
  • Tennant Robert
  • Verity Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Wright Mrs. Hannah

Farmers.

  • Ascough Matthew, High Ash shed
  • Atkinson Thomas, Stott folds
  • Barker George, Pott hall, and Grimes gill and Ilton farm
  • Carter Peter, East Summerside; h Warthermarske
  • Graham Thomas, Low Ash shed
  • Harrison Robert, Quarry house
  • Hogg Thomas Wray, Low Knowle
  • Metcalfe Mrs. Isabella, High Knowle
  • Smith William, West Summerside
  • Trotter Robert, Round Hill house
  • Utlay Joseph, Brandreth howes
  • Utley John, Sykes farm
  • Verity Peter Carter, Highfield house
  • Weatherhead William, Hill Top farm
  • Yeoman Francis, Stone fold


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