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


STAINTON TOWNSHIP.

  • MEMBERS or THE SCHOOL BOARD. - Chairman - W. R. Fawcett, Esq.; Vice-Chairman, - John Thornhill; Robt. Dodsworth, John Sherwood, Robinson Hill, Thos. Wilkinson, Geo. Smith; Clerk and Attendance Officer - Robert Jackson.

Post:

Post Office at Mr. John Cooper's. Money Order and Telegraph Office, Stockton-on-Tees. Letters arrive therefrom about 9-30 a.m., and are despatched thereto at 4 p.m.

Miscellaneous

  • Board SchoolCarter William, joiner, Thornton
  • Cooper John, shoemaker, &c.
  • Dodsworth Robert, farm bailiff for J. S. Pennyman, Esq.
  • Edmondson John, vict., Blacksmiths' Arms
  • Fawcett Wm. Rhodes, Esq., Stainton grange
  • Handiside Mrs. Amelia
  • Harrison Francis, quarry master
  • Haykin George, blacksmith, Thornton
  • Hill Mr. Robinson
  • Hutton Thomas, shoemaker, &c., Thornton
  • Jackson Robert, corn and flour merchant, rate collector, &c., Thornton
  • Jillson John, blacksmith
  • Just Robt. and Robt., junr., market gardeners, Thornton
  • Kirby Lawrence, grocer and wheelwright
  • Metcalfe Joseph, bricklayer
  • Nellist Mrs. Mary Anna, Thornton
  • Pudsey Rev. Frederick William, vicar
  • Robinson Thomas, tailor, Thornton
  • Ruse Charles, huckster, Thornton
  • Sanderson John, tailor
  • Stainthorpe Philip, joiner
  • Trenholme Mr. Robinson
  • Watson Mrs. Cath., Stainton Vale and Woodlands, Stockton
  • Wild Ellen, grocer
  • Wilson Francis, butcher
  • Wilson Mary, grocer

Farmers.

  • Frankland Mrs. Mary and John Thos., Stainsby
  • Galloway Thomas, Thornton
  • Gent George
  • Hardy Edward, Thornton farm
  • Jackson John, Rose cottage
  • Monkman Richard, Glebe farm
  • Naitby John, Thornton grange
  • Sherwood John
  • Struthers John, Stainsby
  • Sweeting Henry, Grange farm
  • Thompson John, Thornhill
  • Watson James, Plum tree
  • Webster Thomas, Stainsby
  • Wilson Ann, Sleepy hollow
  • Wood Joseph, High Thornton

HEMLINGTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office (receiving), Stainton. Letters arrive from Stockton (North) about 10 am., and are despatched at 4 p.m. Money Order and Telegraph Office, South Stockton.

Miscellany of trades

  • Ellis Wm., dairyman, Hemlington Park farm
  • Lennard John Mowatt, Coulby manor
  • Newton John, dairyman, Blue bell

Farmers.

  • Addison John, Finkle nook
  • Addison William, Hemlington hall
  • Barker John Joseph, Coulby Manor farm
  • Coltman Robert
  • Maynard Robert, Haggersgate
  • Robinson George, Ulla
  • Thompson William, Hemlington grange
  • Tyreman William, Viewly hill
  • Walshaw John, Sunnyside

INGLEBY BARWICK TOWNSHIP

  • Letter carrier arrives from Yarm about 8 a.m., and collects about 3 p.m. Money Order and Telegraph Office, Yarm.

Miscellany of trades

  • Chapman William, cartwright, High Leven
  • Faithfull Rev. A. F., vicar of Hilton, Leven bridge
  • Farnaby Wm., vict., Cross Keys, Leven bridge
  • Fenwick John, miller, Leven bridge
  • Lisle Mrs. Mary Jane, Leven
  • Moore Ralph, vict., Half Moon, High Leven
  • Wallace Peter, farm bailiff, Low house

Farmers.

  • Bell Robert, Ingleby hill
  • Clough John, Low field
  • Hill John
  • Marshall Robert, Quarry farm
  • Maughan Joseph and John, Ingleby Barwick
  • Robinson Thomas, Sober hall
  • Seymour William, Myton house

MALTBY TOWNSHIP.

  • Maltby, Stockton-on-Tees. Wall Box in village, collections at 4-15 p.m. Money Order and Telegraph Office, Stockton.

Miscellany of trades

  • Blewitt Joseph, policeman
  • Burgess Henry, hay and straw dealer
  • Chapman John, joiner, cartiwright, and vict., Half Moon
  • Dunn Mr. Benjamin, Rose villa
  • Foster Mrs. Margery and Miss Mary, Ingledew
  • Hudson John, farm bailiff
  • Kirby Thomas, shoemaker
  • Massey James, bricklayer
  • Rutherford Robert, steam thrashing machine proprietor
  • Tate John, vict. and farmer, New Inn
  • Walton John, horsebreaker
  • Watson George Metcalfe, Esq., Maltby house
  • Whitehead Thomas, grocer

Farmers.

  • Flintoff Thomas
  • Goldsbrough John
  • Leng John, White house
  • March Ralph, Maltby grange
  • Pratten Henry and Hobbs Samuel, Oaklands
  • Smith George
  • Weatherill Robert, Little Maltby farm
  • Wilkinson Thomas, Fig tree


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