Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades
for OVER SILTON in Bulmer's Directory of 1890.
OVER SILTON TOWNSHIP.
- Letters via Northallerton arrive at 8-30 a.m., and are despatched at 4-30 p.m.
Miscellany of trades
- Benson Christopher, estate foreman
- Hindle Mrs. Edith, Manor house
- Parr Robert, head gamekeeper
- Gibson Mrs. Catherine
- Hardwick Thomas, Greystone house
- Hill Thomas, Longlands
- Hoggart Mrs. William
- Pearson Thomas
- Potter Mrs. Elizabeth
- Sherwood Mrs. Ann
- Letters via Northallerton by foot messenger.
Miscellany of trades
- Carnell Samuel, gardener and caretaker, Kepwick park
- Cobbold George, head gamekeeper, Cross lodge
- Dennis Thomas Wm., joiner and cartwright
- Grainger George
- Grainger William, blacksmith
- Kepwick Brick and Tile Works Christopher Cooper, manager
- Kepwick Lime Works and Lime and Freestone Quarries; Richard Laking, agent
- Pybus Mrs. Jane, cowkeeper
- Robinson Thomas, cattle dealer
- Robinson William, butcher
- Sherwood George, gamekeeper, Incline cottages
- Swales Mrs. Mary Jane, Kepwick lodge
- Warner Edward, Esq., Kepwick hall and Quorn hall, Leicestershire
- Warner John Henry Boyer, Esq., Kepwick hall
- Webster J., foreman, lime works, Incline cottages
- Chapman J. (and miller), Kepwick Mill farm
- Cooper Christopher, Brick Yard home
- Cowton William and Thomas, Furlands house
- Fletcher John, Kepwick lodge (of Boltby)
- Hall John, Cowling house
- Harker Thomas, Mill Hill farm
- Laking Richard (and builder, grocer, &c.) and farm bailiff
- Morton John
- Stafford James, Knabb house
- Wray Joseph, Old Board Inn
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