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

Miscellany of trades

  • Mrs Hope Johnson The Hall
  • Venerable Archdeacon Long The Rectory
  • Rev Richard Shawcross curate


  • John Blackwell tailor
  • William Boyes farmer The Sands
  • Leonard Brown Saracens Head, joiner and parish clerk
  • David Cook farmer
  • William Dale farmer
  • William Dixon farmer
  • Edward Dresser miller
  • Allanson Edmondson wheelwright and grocer
  • John Fisher farmer Woodhouse
  • Henry Forster farmer Waredale House
  • William Gray gardener
  • John Habkirk shopkeeper and stonemason
  • George Hesp farmer
  • John Hick farmer
  • John Johnson blacksmith
  • William Johnson farmer Windflower Hall
  • Matthew Kettlewood farmer
  • Richard Lacey boot and shoemaker
  • Mrs Esther Lawson farmer
  • William Matthews boot and shoemaker
  • William Metcalfe farmer and cattle dealer
  • Francis Midgeny farmer The Grange
  • William Ringrose farm bailiff
  • William Robinson farmer
  • John Scott postmaster
  • Mrs Margaret Scott mistress of National school
  • George Shepherd farmer
  • John Skelton boot and shoemaker
  • Robert Tate farmer
  • George Tindall farmer
  • Thomas Wardell butcher
  • Thomas Waters farmer
  • Henry Weatherill master of National school
  • John Wilson carrier
  • David Wray farmer
  • William Wray farmer


  • John Scott postmaster.
  • Letters arrive from Malton at 10min to 9am and are despatched at half past 5pm.
  • The nearest money order office is Malton.

Miscellany of trades

  • Carrier: Malton John Wilson Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.

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


  • Robert Bennison farmer
  • Miss Ann Brand milliner and dressmaker
  • Edward Brand farmer John Burdett farmer
  • John Cook farmer
  • Robert Cundill farmer
  • Thomas Dukes farmer
  • John Habkirk shopkeeper and bricklayer
  • Joseph Harper shopkeeper William Harper farmer
  • James Hartas blacksmith
  • George Hawkins farmer
  • John Hick farmer The Beck
  • Thomas Judson farmer
  • John Lamb farmer
  • James Lightower farmer
  • Robert Mitchell wheelwright
  • John Petch boot and shoemaker
  • John Robson farmer
  • William Sigsworth boot and shoemaker
  • Thomas Simpkin Preston tailor
  • Robert Smith farmer
  • Mrs Ann Stockill shopkeeper and carrier
  • Miss Ann Taylor dressmaker and milliner
  • John Taylor Ham and Cheese

Miscellany of trades

  • Letters are received through Malton.

Transcribed by Shelly Stephenson. ©2006