Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades
for SOUTH OTTERINGTON in Bulmer's Directory of 1890.
- Post, Money Order, Savings Bank, and Telegraph Office; A. Meynell, postmaster.
Letters via Northallerton, by mail gig, arrive at 7-25 a.m., and are despatched
at 5-10 p.m., and also by train at 6-40 p.m.
Miscellany of trades
- Bell John, vict., Black Swan
- Bramley Thomas, sexton
- Dandy Vinnington, shopkeeper
- Darnbrough Rev. John Whitton, Rectory
- Dodsworth John, tailor and grocer
- Harker John, joiner and cartwright
- Henderson William, blacksmith
- Horner Charles, mason, &c.
- Kirby Thomas, station master
- Megginson Rd., miller, South Otterington mill
- Meynell Anderson, joiner, miller, and machine wright, and postmaster
- Sanderson John Robert, schoolmaster
- Simpson John, gardener
- Stainthorp Frederic, butcher, &c.
- Walker Samuel, police constable, Police station
- Allison John, Wellfield house
- Cooper William, Hall farm
- Coulson Thomas, Manor farm, Newsham
- Harker Thomas, Moor house
- Hood Mrs. Margaret & Son (Robert), Wighall
- Hutchinson Christopher, Whycliffe grange
- Kitching Samuel
- Pattison John Thomas, Mill farm
- Pearson John (and butcher, Northallerton)
- Shipley William, Elm Tree house
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