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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for SANCTON in Post Office Directory of 1857.

Private Residents:

  • Mr William Dickinson
  • Rev Andrew Keir vicar

Commercial:

  • John Bell master of Free school and post office
  • James Blythe blacksmith
  • john Wauldby Campbell farmer and freeholder
  • Mrs Susanna Ella shopkeeper
  • William Hopper Star
  • William Hutton shoemaker
  • Robert Kirby farmer Hesleskeugh
  • John Marshall shopkeeper and shoemaker
  • William Marshall farmer and freeholder
  • William Nottingham farmer and freeholder
  • William Oxtoby blacksmith
  • John Porril wheelwright
  • Robert Rotsey farmer
  • William Stephenson farmer Sancton Grange
  • William Swan farmer Gowforth
  • John Thomas farmer
  • William Wells farmer and freeholder

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for BOUGHTON in Post Office Directory of 1857.

Miscellany of trades

  • Rev John Glover (catholic)
  • Hon. Chas. Langdale Houghton Hall
  • John Reynolds farmer

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for CLIFFE in Post Office Directory of 1857.

Miscellany of trades

  • Mr Thomas Braithwaite
  • Thomas Burton Esq.
  • Richard Jubb Esq.

Commercial:

  • Edward Allen farmer Lund
  • Robert Askham farmer
  • John Backhouse farmer
  • Jonathan Baxter farmer
  • Mrs Mary Ann Bedford mistress of National school
  • Thomas Bedford master of National school
  • George Briggs farmer
  • Keighley Burton farmer
  • William Carr butcher and farmer
  • Thomas Cawkwell farmer
  • William Cawkwell farmer
  • William Cook smith
  • William Ellison farmer
  • James Graham farmer
  • John Hodgson shopkeeper
  • William Hunter shoemaker
  • John Jacques farmer
  • William Jacques farmer
  • John Jubb farmer
  • William Jubb farmer
  • Robert Laycock farmer
  • Mrs Mary Ledder shopkeeper
  • David Long farmer
  • Miles Overend farmer
  • John Pearson farmer
  • Jacob Phillips carpenter and wheelwright
  • John Phillips farmer
  • Thomas Smithson Routledge stationmaster
  • Robert Shearbourne farmer
  • James Smith Queens Head and shoemaker
  • John Smith farmer
  • Mrs Margaret Snarr beer retailer
  • John Tate farmer
  • James Tennant farmer
  • Henry Thompson farmer
  • William Wade farmer
  • John Williamson Plough and Ship
  • John Pinder Wilson miller and seed crusher
  • Thomas Wilson farmer
  • William Wilson miller Lundmill Lund
  • Richard Wright farmer Newland House
  • William Yeoman farmer

Post:

  • John Bell receiver.
  • The post town is Brough.

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for NORTH CLIFFE in Post Office Directory of 1857.

Miscellany of trades

  • Simeon Appleton farmer
  • William Appleton farmer
  • John Dunning farmer Devilsden
  • Robert Harrison farmer Carr House
  • John Lake farmer
  • William Lake farmer
  • William Watson farmer Beele-Beck
  • James Wilde Bay
  • George Wood farmer

Post:

  • Letters through Brough

Transcribed by Shelly Stephenson. ©2006