Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades
for SCRUTON in Bulmer's Directory of 1890.
- Post Office; Mrs. A. Kirk, postmistress. Letters arrive via
Bedale at 8-45 a.m., and are despatched in summer at 4-45 p.m., and in winter at 3-45 p.m.
Letters can be registered here.
Miscellany of trades
- Alcock Mr. Ralph, Scruton cottage
- Brancker Rev. Peter Whitfield, M.A., Oxon., The Rectory
- Buckle John, mason and builder
- Butterwick George, estate joiner
- Butterwick John, joiner, &c.
- Cawthorne Wm. & Sons, brick and tile mnfrs.
- Chapman Mr. William
- Dodsworth Anthony, butcher
- Dunning Chris., farm foreman, Morton flatts
- Elliot George Wm., Esq., M.P., Scruton hall
- Fothergill John, vict., Farmers' Arms
- Grey William Stockburn, schoolmaster
- Hamlin Joseph, head gamekeeper
- Kirk Mrs. Annie, shopkeeper and postmistress
- Kirk Henry, letter carrier
- Longtoft Mrs. Margaret
- Pattison Thomas, blacksmith
- Potts John, shoemaker
- Rudd William, station master, Scruton station
- Simpson Mr. John, West view
- Sunley William, head gardener
- Tiplin Miss Catherine Elizabeth
- Wright Joseph, vict., Coore Arms
- Allison William
- Atkinson John Slater, Morton flatts; h Yafforth
- Barker Joseph, Cross lanes
- Braithwaite Stephen, Terry house
- Clark William C., Spring house; h Darlington
- Cundell John (yeo.)
- Dodsworth John (and agent to H. M. G. Coore, Esq.)
- Dodsworth William, West house
- Jackson William (yeo. - and nurseryman), Cross lanes
- Knowles George
- Knowles Tom, Moor house
- Lambert Thomas (and miller), Grimescar mill
- Mitchell Francis, The Grange
- Mitchell Thomas, Field house
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