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


  • Letters arrive via Northallerton about 10 am., and the Wall Box at the Board School is cleared at 4-30 p.m. (week-days only).

Miscellany of trades

  • North and South Cowton School Board. - Rev. R. B. Nesbit, B.A., Chairman; J. Elders, Vice-Chairman; C. Barker, J. Hodgson, and S. Metcalfe. Clerk to the Board, J. Hetherington, Cleasby.

Miscellany of trades

  • Bainbridge Mrs. Isabel, shopkeeper
  • Barker William, shoemaker and cowkeeper
  • Blackburn Mrs. Margaret
  • Bolton Mrs. Hannah
  • Bolton William, sexton
  • Burton M., estate agent to W. F. Webb, Esq.
  • Carter John, mason and builder
  • Chapman Robert
  • Cook Edward, fishmonger
  • Cornwall Thomas, cowkeeper
  • Davison Mrs. Isabel
  • Ellerton Richard, vict. and butcher, Blacksmiths' Arms
  • Hall Mr. John
  • Harrison Mr. William, Broom house
  • Hodgson Joseph, surveyor to the Richmond District Highway Board
  • Holden William Bell, station master, Moulton station (Richmond Branch N. E. R.)
  • Hopper Mr. Joseph
  • Lodge William, master, Board School
  • Metcalfe Thomas, foreman platelayer, Straggleton gate
  • Metcalfe William, grocer and cowkeeper
  • Nelson Richard, cowkeeper
  • Nesbit Rev. Robert Bailey, B.A., The Vicarage
  • Pearson Mrs. A., cowkeeper, Markstone house
  • Suggit John, cowkeeper
  • Swenden Mrs.
  • Tweddle Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Wade Mr. Christopher
  • Wade George, shopkeeper
  • Wetherell Mr. Edward
  • Wildsmith Thomas, cartwright, joiner, and cabinet maker
  • Wilkinson John, tailor


  • Barker Joseph (and carter)
  • Bowe Messrs. Joseph & Sons, Barf house
  • Elders John, Townend farm
  • Hawkesby John, Glebe farm
  • Hodgson John
  • I'Anson George Wheatley
  • Lawson John, Mount pleasant
  • Metcalfe Mrs. Dorothy (and flour dealer)
  • Metcalfe Henry
  • Metcalfe Simon, Cramble cross
  • Pease James
  • Procter William
  • Ripley John (and butcher)
  • White John
  • White Mrs. Mary & Son (Wm.), Manor house


  • Letters via Northallerton.

Miscellany of trades

  • Bousfield John, cowkeeper, Atley hill
  • Ellis William, head gardener to W. Stobart, Esq., The Gardens
  • Hall John, blacksmith Atley hill
  • Lambert H., genl. mechanic and bicycle and tricycle agent & vict., Arden Arms, Atley hill
  • Masters Henry, Atley hill
  • Pearson William, farm bailiff to W. Stobart, Esq., Temple house
  • Spence Simon, cowkeeper, Atley hill
  • Stobart William, Esq., J.P., Pepper Arden


  • Barker Christopher, Atley fields
  • Barker Richard & Michael, South moor
  • Dixon Thomas, South Cowton grange
  • Edmondson George, Westfield
  • Hall William, High Winholme
  • Hodgson John, Danby hill
  • Hurwood George, Atley Hill farm
  • Hutchinson George, Winholme farm
  • Jobling William, Scorton Road farm
  • Shout William, Castle farm (and tallow chandler at Darlington)

Scan, OCR and html by Colin Hinson. Checking and correction by Peter Nelson.