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


AINDERBY TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office at N. Smith's. Letters via Northallerton arrive (week-days only) at 7 a.m., and are despatched at 5-45 p.m. Postal Orders are issued here.

Miscellany of trades

  • Bearpark Wm., bricklayer and builder, South cottage
  • Bullock Harry, schoolmaster
  • Burdy William, cowkeeper
  • Butland Robert, gardener
  • Carr Rev. Edgar, B.A., vicar, The Vicarage
  • Cawthorne Nicholas, brick and tile manufctr.
  • Coverdale John, joiner and carpenter
  • Davison Abraham, vict. and brewer, Wellington Heifer Inn
  • Dixon William, shoemaker and cowkeeper
  • Fishburn Mrs. Hanh., vict., George and Dragon
  • Johnson John, tailor and draper
  • Nesbitt Frank, cowkeeper
  • Orde-Powlett Amias Christopher Thomas, Esq., J.P., Ainderby hall
  • Robson Miss Elizabeth, Ainderby villa
  • Robson William, blacksmith
  • Scott William, butcher
  • Smith Nathaniel, grocer and postmaster
  • Smith Robert, butter factor
  • Stephenson George, cowkeeper, Mount Etna
  • Strangwayes The Misses Jane and Anne, Beech house
  • Ward Mrs. Ann
  • Ward Mrs. Sarah, cowkeeper, Ainderby cottage

Farmers.

  • Bailey Wm. Lawrence (yeo.), Ainderby house
  • Clark Wm. Blenkinsopp, Greenhills farm and Willow Tree farm
  • Kirby John (yeo.), Barstow hall & Broom close
  • Kirby Thos. (and cattle dealer), Laverick hall
  • Robinson George, White house

MORTON-ON-SWALE TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters via Northallerton. The Wall Box in the village is cleared, week-days, at 5 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Ainderby Station, Northallerton and Hawes Branch, N. E. Ry.; John Humble, station master.

Miscellany of trades

  • Adamson John, farm bailiff, Morton Hall farm
  • Allinson Benjamin, brick and tile maker
  • Allinson George, fruiterer
  • Atkinson Mrs. Elizabeth, vict., Nonplus Inn
  • Boddy Mrs. Margaret
  • Clark James, cowkeeper and pig dealer
  • Court Matthew, rope maker
  • Deighton Robert, saddler
  • Dennis William, shoemaker
  • Ellis Mr. Moses
  • Fawcett James, flour dealer and cowkeeper
  • Harrison Mrs. Bessy, grocer, &c.
  • Herring Mrs. Elizabeth Anne, Robinson house
  • Horner Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Humble John, station master, Ainderby station
  • Leake George, gardener
  • Pratt John, commission agent
  • Rogerson Miss Ellen
  • Rogerson Mr. James
  • Rogerson John, tailor, grocer, and agent to the Prudential Assurance Co.
  • Rowell George, blacksmith
  • Scaife Charles, joiner, &c.
  • Sumbler James, blacksmith
  • Wass William, bricklayer and builder
  • White Joseph, vict. and butcher, Old Royal George Inn

Farmers.

  • Adamson Henry, Morton Hall farm; h Bedale
  • Lancaster George, Reveley and Morton farm; h Kilton hall, Brotton, Saltburn-by-the-Sea
  • Ormston Mrs. Isabella, Langlands
  • Robinson William, Manor house
  • Taylor John, Swale Field house
  • Todd William and James, Morton grange
  • Ward Mrs. Jane & Son (John), Far Fairholme
  • Ward John, First Fairholme

THRINTOFT TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters arrive via Northallerton. The Wall Box is cleared, week-days, at 5-25 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Anton John, butcher
  • Anton Thomas, cowkeeper
  • Boynton John, cowkeeper
  • Burton Mrs. Jane, cowkeeper
  • Clapham Mrs. Elizabeth, cowkeeper
  • Clark Robert, fruit and potato merchant
  • Fothergill Thomas, cowkeeper
  • Graham William, cowkeeper
  • Hodgson John, shopkpr. and market gardener
  • McDonald Maurice, vict., New Inn
  • Nichol Leonard, cowkeeper
  • Porter Mrs. Mary, cowkeeper
  • Sturdy George, market gardener
  • Ward Mrs. Elizabeth, cowkeeper
  • Ward Thomas, fruit and potato dealer

Farmers.

  • Barker Joseph, Thrintoft grange
  • Brown William
  • Clark George (and estate bailiff to J. Bellerby, Esq.), Thrintoft park
  • Kirby Robert
  • Lightfoot John, Moor house
  • Lightfoot Robert George Morley
  • Petch John, Bramper

WARLABY TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters via Northallerton.

Miscellany of trades

  • Barnes Mrs. Jane, Warlaby lodge
  • Booth Mrs. Fanny, gentlewoman, Warlaby
  • Booth Richard, Esq., Warlaby
  • Granger William, herdsman
  • Henry R., farm bailiff to Mrs. Booth, Jolly's farm
  • White John, breeder of prize fowls

Farmers.

  • Johnson Thomas, Low Sober
  • Lightfoot James, Warlaby grange
  • Whitelock Thomas Henry (yeo.), Low Sober


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