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


MIDDLETON TOWNSHIP.

  • Mail cart arrives from Pickering, one mile distant, about 8 a.m. Wall box collection (The Hall), at 5-45 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Abbott Thomas
  • Baker John
  • Berriman William, schoolmaster
  • Carr David, boot and shoe maker
  • Fishburne Mrs. Ann
  • Fletcher George, blacksmith
  • Hall Robert
  • Hardey Henry Charles
  • Harrison Charles, huckster
  • Hudson Mrs. Matilda, Middleton hall
  • Johnson Richard, joiner, &c.
  • King Reuben, vict., New Inn
  • Magson George, coal dealer
  • Mintoft William, tailor and draper
  • Paler William
  • Phillipson Thomas
  • Raine John
  • Sadler Dvd., owner of steam thrashing machine
  • Scholefield John
  • Simpkin Richard, huckster
  • Skelton John
  • Thompson William, and farmer
  • Turner Rev. Walter Nathaniel, M.A., vicar

Farmers.

  • Berriman William, Middleton house
  • Creaser Henry, and valuer
  • Davison Noah, Carr boggs
  • Gowland Francis
  • Otterburn Thomas
  • Williams Thomas; h Scarborough
  • Wilson Richard, Nova
  • Wray Robert

AISLABY TOWNSHIP.

  • Postal Address, Aislaby, Pickering. Mail cart passes through between 8 and 9 a.m., and returns at 5 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Armstrong Anthony, huckster
  • Bicknell Lieut-Col. Henry Davis, late 57th Regiment, Aislaby hall
  • Frank Sarah, dressmaker
  • Frank Thomas
  • Harrison Francis, tailor
  • Harrison John, huckster
  • Humble John, vict., Blacksmiths' Arms, and cattle dealer
  • Myers William, huckster
  • Pearson John
  • Sleightholme Elizabeth, dressmaker
  • Sleightholme Watson, tailor
  • Thompson John, blacksmith

Farmers,

  • Boston Francis
  • Frank Edward
  • Hood John, Costa
  • Smith John, Aislaby carr
  • Wilford Robert

CAWTHORN TOWNSHIP.

  • Postal Address, Cawthorn, Pickering.

Miscellany of trades

  • Frank Joseph, farmer
  • Milner John, farmer
  • Wood Thomas, farmer

CROPTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office at Robert Harland's. Arrivals at 8 a.m., despatches at 5 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Barnes John, gamekeeper, Spiers cottage
  • Carr Robert, joiner
  • Cropton Endowed School; Robt. George King, master
  • Deardon Cha., clogger, Spiers cottage
  • Fletcher William, tailor
  • Gray James, blacksmith
  • Harland Robert, grocer, &c.
  • King R. G., schoolmaster
  • Morley Moses, joiner and implement maker
  • Morley William, clock and watch maker
  • Pennock George, grocer and parish clerk
  • Pickering Thomas, huckster
  • Reading Room; R. G. King, sec. and librarian
  • Richardson Daniel, vict., New Inn
  • Shepherd William, blacksmith and farrier
  • Simpkin Ruston, miller
  • Slater George, Laurel cottage
  • Snowdon William, steward, Kildy castle
  • Stephenson John, steam thrashing machine proprietor
  • Thorpe James, lime burner
  • Thorpe Mary

Carrier.

  • Berriman William, to Pickering every day

Farmers.

  • Bailey Thomas, Coppice
  • Bradshaw George, Cropton lane
  • Chipchase James, Spiers
  • Dixon James, Loand house
  • Ellis Francis, Cropton lane
  • Feaster Harrison, Beck house
  • Feaster Thomas
  • Gibbs Martin, Westfield house
  • Harland John
  • Harland Joseph, Coppice
  • Harland Robert
  • Holgate Edward
  • Stephenson Thomas, Prospect house
  • Sturdy Thos. (& woodman for Lord Middleton)
  • Wood Robert, Cropton lane
  • Wood William

HARTOFT TOWNSHIP.

  • Postal Address, Hartoft, Pickering. Post Office, Cropton.

Miscellany of trades

  • Boddy George Dixon, quarryman
  • Jackson William, vict., Hamer house
  • Parkin John, mining engineer, Hartoft heads
  • Pennock William, vict., Board
  • Richardson Thomas, schoolmaster, Rigg end

Farmers.

  • Allanson Mary
  • Atkinson Robert, Law mires
  • Boddy Isaac William, Rock house
  • Brigham Robert, Low Muffles
  • Fletcher Francis, Law mires
  • Hicks Robert
  • Ingleby Joseph & James, Head house
  • Maw Jonathan
  • Newton Edward (Ed. & I. P.)
  • Newton Isaac Poad (Ed. & I. P.), Low Harner
  • Paul Francis
  • Pearson Joseph
  • Peirson Diana, Dyke house
  • Peirson John, White house
  • Peirson, Robert, Wynd hill
  • Richmond John, Pig Lug park
  • Skelton William George
  • Smith George, Allotment
  • Smith Joseph, Low Wynd hill
  • Smith Thomas, Hankowre
  • Smith Thomas, St James'
  • Smith Thomas, junr., Birch house

LOCKTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Walking Postman from Pickering arrives about 9 a.m. Wall Letter Box collection at 4 p.m.

School Board.

  • Chairman, Bryan Brown;
  • Vice-chairman, John Thompson;
  • Clerk, John Dixon;
  • Attendance Officer, Robert Ward, Pickering.
  • Board School, Thomas Richmond, master.

Miscellany of trades

  • Dixon John, tailor
  • Hall George, shoemaker
  • Hick Thomas, vict., Saltergate Inn (& farmer)
  • Hodgson William, vict., Fox and Rabbit, and farmer, High house
  • Hoggard Henry, registrar of births and deaths, parish clerk, and joiner
  • Mercer Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Metcalfe William Hunter, grocer, &c.
  • Metcalfe William, blacksmith
  • Owston Mrs. Hannah & Mrs. Mary
  • Robinson Henry
  • Robinson John, butcher
  • Sedman George, tailor
  • Sedman Jane, grocer
  • Smith Mrs. Jane
  • Smith Robert
  • Thompson John, vict., Durham Ox, and blacksmith, and at Pickering
  • Traviss Thomas
  • Walkington William
  • Warriner Mrs. Mary
  • Wilkinson George, tailor and grocer

Carriers.

  • Johnson William, to Pickering, Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday
  • Warriner William, to Pickering

Farmers.

  • Balmforth Thomas, (and owner of steam thrashing machine, and lime burner)
  • Brown Bryan
  • Chester John
  • Croft Joshua
  • Cross John, Dalby warren
  • Dodds Thomas
  • Harrison Henry, Orkham
  • Hick John
  • Hicks Michael
  • Hugill Robert and Dodds Joseph
  • Jackson Chester
  • Lane Richard, Low pastures
  • Mackley Ward, Newgate foot
  • Owston Robert Merry
  • Smith Nicholas
  • Smith Thomas, Lockton pastures
  • Spink Francis, Crossdale head
  • Thompson Mrs. Ann, High house
  • Thompson William, Pastures
  • Walkington George, Lockton warren
  • Warmer Jeremiah, Orkham
  • Wilson Reeves, Staindale

WRELTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office at Michael Ward's. Letters arrive from Pickering between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m., and are despatched at 5-30 p.m. Money Order and Telegraph Office, Pickering.

Miscellany of trades

  • Addison John, blacksmith
  • Agar Richard, market gardener
  • Dinsley John Welburn, joiner
  • Dowson Jas. Harrison, gardener and seedsman
  • Dowson Thomas, grocer and joiner
  • Ellis William, blacksmith
  • Humble Robert, cattle dealer
  • Irvin John Richard, master of British school
  • Leek William, vict., Buck Inn
  • Shaw Henry David, Wrelton hall
  • Stead Robert, butcher
  • Turnbull John, grocer
  • Ward Michael, tailor
  • Ward Thomas
  • Ward William Frederick, boot and shoe maker and dealer

Farmers.

  • Atkinson Thomas
  • Brisby George (Robert & G.), Case hagg
  • Chapman Thomas, Vinery
  • Coates Thomas, Cliff house
  • Hardwicke Mrs. Sarah Ann, and William
  • Hardwicke William, Keld knowles
  • Page John
  • Pearson Thomas
  • Stead William
  • White James


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