Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades
for HILTON in Bulmer's Directory of 1890.
- Postal Address, Hilton, Yarm. Sub-post Office at John Wilford's.
Delivery at 8-45 a.m.; despatch, 1-45 p.m. on week days only.
Miscellany of trades
- Appleton Mr. William
- Appleton William, junr., tailor
- Braithwaite William, miller, Leven bridge
- Caskin Mrs. John, vict., Falcon Inn
- Faithfull Rev. Arthur Ferdinand, M.A., vicar, Leven bridge
- Farnaby William, vict., Cross Keys
- Hay Mrs. Jane, Hilton manor
- Lisle Mrs. Mary Jane, High Leven
- Mitchinson John, blacksmith and parish clerk
- Moore Ralph, vict. and farmer, Half Moon, High Leven
- Ness Miss Eliza Annie, schoolmistress
- Rowntree Francis, seed and manure merchant
- Wilfrid John, shoemaker (probably the John Welford(e) shown in the 1881 census
RG11 piece 4866 folio 13 page 3)
- Caskin John
- Danby John, Moorberries
- Jameson George, Greenfield
- Johnson James, Fir Tree
- Robinson Thomas, Hilton house
- Stockdale Jane, Cow close
- Valentine Robert, Mill farm
- Waller Matthew, Ox hill
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