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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for CAYTON in The Scarborough Gazette Directory of 1905.

Miscellany of trades

  • Postal address, Cayton, Scarborough

General information:

  • Parliamentary Division---Whitby, vote at Cayton
  • North Riding County Councillor, Capt. Johnstone, vote at Cayton
  • Parish Council---Chairman, Chris. Stubbs; Thos. Jackson, M. Fenwick, Wm. Harrison, Alfred Hirst. Clerk, C. Beal.
  • Council School (for Cayton and Lebberston)---Chairman, Chris. Stubbs; J.F. Smith, C.Jackson (Carr House), P. Atkinson (Lebberston), C.S. Jackson (Lebberston).
  • St. Leonard's Church---Rev. F.G. Stapleton, MA. (residence, The Vicarage, Seamer.)
  • Wesleyan Chapel (from Scarborough)
  • Wesleyan Church and Schools
  • Primitive Methodist Chapel (from Filey)
  • Council Schools---Headmaster, J.W. Hutchinson
  • Postmaster---James Bremner. Hours 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Delivery, 8.30 a.m. Postal Orders only. Dispatch 5.15 p.m. No Sundays.
  • Nearest Telegraph Office, Seamer, 3 miles.
  • Station, N.E.R. Cayton (Hull and Scarborough line.)

Miscellany of trades

  • Adamson, Jno., labourer
  • Anderson, Mrs., Rose Cottage
  • Beal, Christopher, school attendance officer.
  • Black, Miss Mary
  • Borrisow, George D., Blacksmith's Arms.
  • Bowman, Mrs.
  • Bremner, James, postmaster
  • Bromley, James, labourer.
  • Brown, D., farmer.
  • Chew, Mrs. B.A., publican, Star Inn.
  • Cole, Jas., farm labourer.
  • Cooper, James, Esq., Killerby Hall.
  • Coultas, John, labourer.
  • Crosby, George, farmer.
  • Davison, Chas., labourer.
  • Dixon, Christopher, farmer.
  • Dunn, Harry, farmer.
  • Elliott, Edward, labourer.
  • Elliott, Timothy.
  • Featherstone, Fred, farmer.
  • Fenwick, Matthew, farmer, Osgodby.
  • Fletcher, S., shoeing and general smith.
  • Foster, Richard, farm labourer.
  • Fowler, Wm., boot and shoemaker.
  • Gill, George, labourer.
  • Gledhill, H.L., plumber.
  • Goforth, Jonathan, tailor and draper.
  • Goforth, John, tailor.
  • Gough, Mrs., farmer, Osgodby.
  • Grocock, J., labourer.
  • Greenlay, C., labourer.
  • Hall, Wm., labourer.
  • Harrison, Samuel, ex-P.C.
  • Harrison, William, dairyman.
  • Halder, Mary.
  • Haw, Matthew, Harford House.
  • Headley, George, carrier.
  • Headley, John, roadman.
  • Headley, Wm.
  • Hepworth, Miss.
  • Hepworth, Mrs.
  • High, Obadiah, labourer.
  • Hinsley, Wm., labourer.
  • Hirst, Alfred.
  • Hopkinson, James, engine driver, waterworks.
  • Hudson, William, farm labourer.
  • Hunter, Dawson, labourer.
  • Hunter, Jonathan, farmer, Osgodby.
  • Hutchinson, J. Wm., Council School Master.
  • Jackson, Christopher, farmer, Cayton Carr House.
  • Jackson, Edwin, farmer, Middle Deepdale.
  • Jackson, George, farmer, Osgodby.
  • Jackson, Jas. Wm., farmer, Low Deepdale.
  • Jackson, John, farmer, Cliff Farm.
  • Jackson, Thomas, farmer, Osgodby.
  • Jackson. Walter. farmer, High Deepdale.
  • Jackson, Mrs., widow, apartments.
  • Johnson, Edward, farmer and market gardener.
  • Keld, Walter, stoker, waterworks.
  • Leadley, Harrison,farm labourer.
  • Leonard, Wm., bricklayer.
  • Lyons, Matthew, farmer, Spring House.
  • Maw, Wm., builder and bricklayer.
  • Mayman, Wm., labourer.
  • Mayman, J,, signalman.
  • Miers, James, farm labourer.
  • Moody, Thos., labourer, Killerby Grange.
  • Nellist, Walter, farmer.
  • Newbegin, Thomas, farm labourer.
  • Newham, J., farmer, Killerby Grange.
  • Nunn, Robert, engineer, waterworks.
  • Orrah, Mrs. Mary.
  • Owston, John H., grocer.
  • Parkin, Wm., North Lane House.
  • Pearson, Elizabeth.
  • Pearson, John, farmer.
  • Pearson, Ann farmer.
  • Pickard, John, Cliff Cottage.
  • Pinkney, Robert, farmer.
  • Raley, John Robert, farmer and auctioneer.
  • Redhead, Thomas, farm labourer.
  • Robinson,Wm., labourer.
  • Robinson, Miss Jane.
  • Russell, Robt., coachman and gardner, Killerby Hall.
  • Scott, Geo. Farmer.
  • Sanderson, C., stoker, waterworks, Cayton.
  • Scrivener, J., grocer and provision dealer.
  • Simpson, Henry, labourer, Killerby Grange Cottages.
  • Simpson, Robert, labourer.
  • Smith, F., farm labourer.
  • Smith, H., carrier.
  • Smith, Geo., farmer.
  • Smith, John, blacksmith.
  • Smith, John Francis, farmer.
  • Smith, Wm., joiner, clerk and sexton.
  • Smith, Miss Ann, dressmaker.
  • Smith, Mrs. Margaret, laundress.
  • Snowdon, Wm., stationmaster.
  • Stubbs, Chris., butcher, High Killerby.
  • Taylor, Mrs. Sarah, dressmaker.
  • Tindall, Thos, wheelwright and joiner.
  • Tindall, John F., labourer.
  • Walker, Wm., farm labourer.
  • Ward, John, police constable.
  • Watson, John, labourer, Killerby Grange Cottages.
  • Wellburn, Geo., hind, Osgodby.
  • Wellburn, Thos., farmer.
  • White, John, jun. Farmer.
  • White, Mrs. Mary Ann, Rose Cottage.
  • Wilkinson, Alfred, signalman.
  • Winter, J., Killerby Old Hall.
  • Woodrup, James, butcher.

Transcribed by Pam Smith.