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


KILBURN TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office at Mrs. Lambert's, grocer, Low Kilburn. Letters via Easingwold arrive at 8-55 a.m., and are despatched at 3-20, winter, and 4-10 in summer.

Miscellany of trades

  • Barnett Mr. John
  • Bolton Jonah, farmer and vict., Forester's Arms, and estate bailiff to Ecoles. Commnrs.
  • Buxton George, florist, &c., High Kilburn
  • Coates Andrew, grocer
  • Cobb Thomas, carrier to Thirsk, Mon. and Fri.
  • Dixon George, blacksmith
  • Garbutt James, shopkeeper
  • Hind Christopher, schoolmaster and overseer
  • Jackson James, tailor and draper
  • Lumley George, shoemaker
  • Moore Charles
  • Moore John, dog trainer
  • Prowde Rev. Ralph, M.A., vicar
  • Shipley Mrs. Mary Ann, grocer
  • Swainson Mrs. Hannah, High Kilburn
  • Thompson George, shoemaker, High Kilburn
  • Thompson John, joiner, &c.
  • Whiteley William, vict., Hambleton Hotel

Farmers.

  • Barker Robert, Village and Hood hill
  • Barker Thomas, Stocking house
  • Bell Mark (and carrier)
  • Bolton William, High Kilburn
  • Burn William (and carrier), High Kilburn
  • Chapman James
  • Colley Lawrence, Kilburn parks
  • Goodrick Richard, High Kilburn
  • Horsman John, High Kilburn
  • Hugill Jackson Pollard, Kilburn parks
  • Kirk George (and butcher), Old hall
  • Leckenby Mrs. A., Hood grange and Cragg hall
  • Lumley William, Hell Hole farm
  • Moore James, Kilburn parks
  • Nawton John
  • Nawton William, Kilburn grange
  • Rose Mrs. Susannah, Rose cottage
  • Smithson Henry, Soencliffe grange
  • Southern Henry, Kilburn grange
  • Taylor John, Spring cottage
  • Todd John, Acre house
  • Walker William
  • Weatherill Mrs. Elizabeth

HOOD GRANGE TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters via Sutton, Thirsk.

Miscellany of trades

  • Leckenby Mrs. Ann, farmer, Hood Grange
  • Leckenby John, brewer's agent, Hood Grange

OLDSTEAD TOWNSHIP.

Miscellany of trades

  • Easton Thomas, vict., Black Swan
  • Peckitt Mrs. Leonard, Oldstead hall
  • Spensley Mrs. Mary Ann
  • Stevenson Alexander, joiner, &c.

Farmers.

  • Bulmer Henry, Scotch corner
  • Chapman James, Hambleton
  • Claxton John
  • Craven William
  • Kidd William, Greenfield house
  • Lumley John, Scaling farm
  • Mason William, Oldstead grange
  • Maynard Mat, Coldcam and Cockerdale
  • Stapylton Major, Coldcam farm and Lund house
  • Todd Wright
  • Weatherill Thomas and James (and millers)


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