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


SALTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Postal Address, Salton, Nunnington, R.S.O., Yorks. William Fairlamb, sub-postmaster. Letters arrive about 11 a.m., and are despatched at 4-10 p.m. No Sunday business. Nearest Money Order Office, Slingsby; Telegraph Office, Oswaldkirk.

Miscellany of trades

  • Cook Richardson, shoemaker
  • Fairlamb Wm., grocer, and carrier to Malton on Saturdays
  • Fletcher Francis, joiner, &c.
  • Hanson Miss Hannah, schoolmistress
  • Hill Rev. Reginald James, M.A., vicar
  • Peat Edgar, parish clerk
  • Pickard John, blacksmith; and farmer, Broats
  • Thompson James, vict., Anglers' Arms
  • Umpleby Haigh, lodgings
  • Ware William, joiner, &c.

Farmers.

  • Bean George, Salton grange, Kirbymoorside
  • Bulmer Thomas, Wellfield house
  • Cussons Mary, Salton lodge, Kirbymoorside
  • Ellerby Tom
  • Harker James, Highfield
  • Richardson John, Manor house
  • Rook William, Rook barugh
  • Wood Christopher, Sparrow hall

BRAWBY TOWNSHIP.

  • Postal Address, Brawby, Pickering.

Miscellany of trades

  • Bogg Wm. Johnson, The Willows
  • Coates H. T., tailor, draper, and asst. overseer
  • Cooper Brothers, thrashing machine owners; and at Barugh
  • Cooper Thomas (Cooper Bros.), grass cutting machine owner
  • Freer John, bootmaker
  • Gamble William and Frederick, masons
  • Howe George, tailor, draper, and grocer
  • Mortimer Jph., carrier to Malton Weds. & Sats.
  • Myers John, boot and shoe maker, Brawby lane
  • Piercy Sarah, provision dealer
  • Smurthwaite Henry, carrier to Malton Weds. and Saturdays
  • Surgery (Dr. Watts), Tuesdays and Fridays
  • Tapper John Wheaton Evans, schoolmaster
  • Thackray John & Sons (Francis, James, and John), smiths, joiners, and engineers, &c.
  • Watson Mrs. Rachel, Brawby Park house

Farmers.

  • Coates Thomas, Robert, and William
  • Dodgson Matthew Thomas, Brawby grange
  • Hornby Robert, Brawby lane
  • Humphrey Robert, Barrow's house
  • Humphrey Thomas, Brawby lodge
  • King Robert
  • Smith Richard Coates
  • Wilson Thomas, Brawby lane


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