Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades
for MANFIELD in Bulmer's Directory of 1890.
- Post Office, at Mr. W. C. Brown's. Letters arrive daily via
Darlington at 7-20 a.m.; and are
despatched - week-days, at 5-0 p.m.; Sundays, at 2-40 p.m. The nearest Telegraph Office
is at Pierce Bridge.
Miscellany of trades
- Boyd William, mason and builder
- Bradley Thomas, market gardener
- Brown W. C., grocer, postmstr., and parish clerk
- Dodds Michael, farm bailiff
- Harwood Henry, joiner, bldr., and contractor
- Haynes Miss Sophy, schoolmistress
- Lowe Robert, vict., Crown Inn
- Oliver Adam, librarian
- Robson Benjamin, cowkeeper
- Ryan Rev. Vincent John, M.A., The Vicarage
- Tweddell John, blacksmith and carrier to Darlington on Mondays
- Bell Robert, Pinkney Carr
- Dent John (and miller, letters by Barton), Clowbeck mill
- Dent William, Clowbeck
- Metcalfe John, Howden hill
- Myers Thomas, Lane End farm
- Smith John Atkinson, Abbey house
- Smurthwaite G. (and land valuer), Holme house
- Stephenson Isaac, Grinton (and Long Leeses)
- Wrightson Francis, Manfield farm
- Post Office, at Pierce Bridge. Letters via Darlington.
Miscellany of trades
- Hill Ernest, M.A. (Camb.), Cliffe lodge
- Lancaster R., vict., George Inn, Pierce Bridge
- Lancaster Thomas, horsebreaker
- Metcalfe Mrs. Elizabeth, Blue Bell cottage
- Wilson John Gerald, J.P., D.L., Colonel commanding the West Yorkshire Brigade of
Volunteers, and 3rd York and Lancashire Regiment of Militia; Alderman North
Riding County Council, and ex-officio member of the Darlington Board of Guardians,
- Waugh Mrs. Sarah Ann, Allan's grange
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