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

General information:

  • Parliamentary Division, Whitby.
  • Postal Address--- Hutton Bushel, West Ayton, RSO.
  • County Council, North Riding---F. Baker, JP.
  • Parish Council---Henry Pearson (chairman). T.M. Hick,
  • J.C. Jobson, Ward Jeffels; clerk, J.E. Middleton.
  • St. Matthew's Church---Vicar, Rev. T. Gurney Little, JP.
  • Wesleyan Chapel (from Sherburn).
  • Endowed Schools---Headmaster, J.E. Middleton.
  • Nearest Railway Station---Forge Valley and Wykeham, 1 mile each, (Scarborough and Pickering Line), NER.
  • Post Office---Postmistress, Elizabeth Barker, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Delivery 7.15 a.m., despatch 5.15 p.m., weekdays. Delivery 7.30 a.m., Despatch 12.50 p.m., Sunday.
  • Nearest Telegraph Office---West Ayton, 1 mile.

Miscellany of trades

  • Little, Rev Thomas Gurney, BA., St. Matthew's Vicarage.

Miscellany of trades

  • Atkinson, Francis, labourer.
  • Batty, Miss.
  • Bell, Joseph, platelayer.
  • Bowes, Geo., sen., farmer.
  • Bowes, Geo., jun., farmer.
  • Bowes, Thomas.
  • Bowes, Thomas, labourer.
  • Bowes, Mrs., Hannah.
  • Braviner, John, labourer.
  • Braviner, Henry.
  • Braviner, Thos., carrier.
  • Braviner, Wm.
  • Calvert, T., gamekeeper.
  • Cockerill, Christopher, woodman.
  • Danby, Lovel, farmer, Swan Hill.
  • Dawson, Mrs. S.
  • Douglas, A.F., estate agent.
  • Garbutt, John, farmer.
  • Hardy, Wm., farm labourer.
  • Harrison, Tom, joiner and farmer.
  • Haynes, Mrs., apartments.
  • Haynes, Miss Christiana, carrier.
  • Hick, Peter, stonemason.
  • Hick, Thomas, monumental mason.
  • Hogg, Robert, parish clerk.
  • Hogg, Wm., farmer.
  • Hopper, George, dairyman.
  • Howden, George, gardener.
  • Hudson, John, farm foreman.
  • Jackson, Mrs. R., Downe Arms.
  • Jennings, John, labourer.
  • Jeffels, Myers, shepherd.
  • Jeffels, Ward, farmer, Dale Farm.
  • Jobson, James Craig, gardener.
  • Kidd, Mrs., laundress.
  • Kirkby, Headley, grocer and provision dealer (and at Sheriff Hutton).
  • Lapish, Miss Lucy.
  • Marflitt, Thos. Barker, farmer, Charm Park
  • Marflitt, Thomas, farmer.
  • Marriner, John.
  • Middleton, J.E., head master Endowed School and Assistant Overseer.
  • Miles, W., Mount Pleasant, farmer.
  • Myers, J., Keeper's Cottage.
  • Nellis, Wm., labourer.
  • Ogle, Hy. W., grocer and provision dealer and boot maker.
  • Ogle, Miss Jane, laundress.
  • Owston, James Thos., grocer's manager for H. Kirkby.
  • Pearson, Hy., farmer, Allandale House.
  • Pinkney, Mrs.
  • Plaxton, Mrs. Maria.
  • Richardson, Fred, foreman.
  • Saunders, Mrs.
  • Shaw, Harrison, farmer.
  • Simpson, Charles, labourer.
  • Simpson, Jas., blacksmith.
  • Sheffield, Robert, labourer.
  • Sheffield, Robert, platelayer.
  • Stephenson, R., gardener.
  • Stephenson, Timothy, gardener.
  • Stonehouse, Mrs., Church Lane House.
  • Taylor, Samuel, grocer.
  • Tindall, Mrs.
  • Trowsdale, Crosby, general dealer.
  • Thompson, Wm., joiner.
  • Ward, Frank, head game keeper.
  • Wherritt, Thomas, farmer.
  • Worth, Charles, coachman.
  • Wilkinson, Geo., joiner.
  • Wilkinson, John, foreman.
  • Wilkinson, Thos., farmer.
  • Wilson, Mark, labourer.
  • Wilson, Robert, labourer

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

General Information:

  • Postal address, East Ayton, R.S.O., York: West Ayton, R.S.O., York.
  • Postal and Telegraph office T West Ayton for both villages, postmaster Wm. Raine.
  • Postal business 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., and telegraph 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays.
  • Deliveries 7 a.m., dispatch 1p.m. Money Order, Savings Bank, Insurance & annuity business.
  • Station, Forge Valley, N.E.R.(Scarborough and Pickering line.)
  • Parliamentary Division--- Whitby.
  • North Riding County Council---F. Baker, Esq., Brompton.
  • East Ayton Parish Council---F.H. Gibson, chairman; P. Graves, Geo. Wallis, T.C. Hardy, Wm. Mayman; Clerk, Thomas Skelton.
  • West Ayton Parish Council---Jas. S. Darrell, chairman; T.N. Brown, Fras. Hy. Wilkinson, J.W.Barber, W. Jones, Clerk, Thos. Noble.
  • Council School.---J.H.C. Baker, T.C. Hardy, W. Hardy, Geo. Wallis; Clerk, H. Nightingale of Scarborough.
  • St. John's Church, East Ayton.---Rev. F.G. Stapleton, MA., vicar,
  • Residence, The Vicarage, Seamer.
  • Primitive Methodist Chapel, West Ayton---Rev.--- Baker.
  • Board School, East Ayton---Headmaster, Wm. White.
  • National School for Infants, West Ayton---mistress Miss Shaw.

Miscellany of trades

  • Allanson, Joseph, portable engine driver
  • Allison, Thomas, gardener and apartments
  • Atkinson, Mrs.
  • Atkinson, Wm., woodman
  • Berryman, Aaron,labourer
  • Berryman, John, woodman
  • Bott, Wm., woodman
  • Braithwaite, M., farmer, Boxhill
  • Brown, George, farmer
  • Brown, George, Ivy Cottage
  • Campbell, W.C. and Son, saddlers
  • Cawood, Walter, White Swan Inn
  • Chambers, R., farm labourer
  • Chambers, Thomas, woodman
  • Cooper, Alfred, dairyman
  • Creaser, Miss
  • Dawson, Wm., labourer
  • Daniel, George, gardener
  • Dennis, Thomas
  • Fenwick, W., miller and butcher
  • Gibson, Francis, farmer
  • Gibson, Walter, farmer, Thorn Park
  • Glaves, Gibson, farmer
  • Glaves, Philip, joiner and wheelwright
  • Hardy, Mrs.
  • Hardy, Witty, blacksmith
  • Harper, Miss M.A.
  • Hayworth, George, groom
  • Holder, Wm., farmer, Forge Cottages
  • Holt, Mrs.
  • Jackson, Wm., Denison Arms Inn
  • Keith, Mrs., farmer
  • Lea, Mrs., Forge Cottages
  • Leng, Robert, grocer
  • Leng, Wm., labourer, Forge Cottages
  • Lyon, Geo., apartments
  • Mayman, Fowler, shoemaker
  • Mayman, Wm., boot and shoemaker
  • Newton, Geo. R.,gamekeeper
  • Newton, Wm.
  • Peacock, J.S., farmer, Osborne Lodge
  • Peacock, J., police-sergeant
  • Pearson, Geo., labourer
  • Pearson, Miss, apartments
  • Petty, Chas., woodman
  • Plaxton, Chas. H., gentleman
  • Rivis, Richard, farm labourer
  • Sedman, James, plumber
  • Sedman, Miss, apartments
  • Sheader, Mrs.
  • Simpson, Mrs., Ayton Lodge
  • Skelton, Thomas
  • Smith, Joseph, joiner
  • Smith, Misses A.E.&M., dressmakers,&c.
  • Stephenson, William, labourer
  • Taylor, Martin, carrier
  • Tindall, Mrs. Hy.
  • Wallis, Geo., quarryman
  • Wardell, W., water bailiff, Fisherman Villa
  • Watson, Henry, labourer
  • Watson, Henry Hardy, blacksmith
  • White, Frank
  • White, J., farmer, Beacon Farm
  • Wilkinson, Mrs., farmer, Lonsdale Farm
  • Wilkinson, William, clog block maker
  • Wilson, William, stonemason
  • Woodall, Miss

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

Gentry &c.:

  • Armitage, Rev. G. W., Broughton House
  • Atkinson, George
  • Bairstow, Mrs. Summerfield
  • Barber, John W., brewer's manager
  • Barraclough, Mrs. Mary Louisa, Forge Valley Hotel
  • Bell, Miss
  • Berryman, Wm., farm labourer
  • Berryman, Mrs.
  • Bowes, John, groom
  • Britain, John, miller and farmer, Derwent Mill
  • Brown, T., joiner, wheelwright etc., shop
  • Cadman, Mrs.
  • Candler-Hope, Dr. G.J., Low Hall
  • Clark, Francis, shepherd
  • Clarke, E., Glencoe
  • Clarke, Miss, Derwent View
  • Cowlson,Mrs.
  • Darrell, James S. JP., farmer
  • Darling, William, tilor and draper
  • Davy, A., Red House
  • Dennis, A.W., Rose Mount
  • De Renzy, Mrs., Prospect House
  • Dunn, Thomas, gentleman, Sunnyside
  • Garbutt, Wm., farm labourer
  • Garbutt, Mrs.
  • Goforth, J.
  • Gypson, Miss, Edencroft
  • Hart, R., farm labourer
  • Haworth, Henry, farm labourer
  • Hey, Rev.W.Crosier, Clerk in Holy Orders, Derwent House
  • Hebblethwaite, R., carter
  • Hebblethwaite, Thomas, farm labourer
  • Hepworth, Mrs.
  • Herrington, Joseph
  • Herrington, George
  • Hodgkinson, E.
  • Hopper, Mrs.
  • Hornby, Mrs.
  • Jefferson, Misses, Sunny Side
  • Jennings, Mrs.
  • Jennings, Tyson, coachman
  • Johnson, John, farm labourer
  • Mainprize, Mrs., laundress
  • Marshall, Alfred, farm labourer
  • Morton, J.
  • Noble, Thomas, stonemason, lodging-house keeper
  • Playforth, George, stationmaster
  • Prince, Mrs.
  • Raine, Fred
  • Raine, John C.
  • Raine, J.B.
  • Raine, W., Post Office, boot and shoemaker
  • Raine, Mrs., laundress
  • Redman, Wm., bricklayer
  • Robinson, H.
  • Robinson, Mrs. C.
  • Sawdon, S., farm labourer
  • Sedman, Anthony, tailor
  • Sedman, Mrs., farmer
  • Shaw, Wm.
  • Shaw, Miss, headmistress girls' school
  • Simpson, James, farm labourer
  • Stephenson, John, farm labourer
  • Stephenson, Robert, farm labourer
  • Stephenson, William, tailor and draper, Rose Cottage
  • Stonehouse, G., farmer, High Yelmandale "The Cottage"
  • Stringer, T.P., Maydene
  • Theasby, George Wm., gamekeeper
  • Walker, Rev. R.
  • Warkup, John, farm labourer
  • Watson, Emma
  • Wilkinson, Fred, blacksmith. Barton Cote
  • Wilkinson, Francis Henry, butcher
  • Wood, J., groom
  • Young, Misses, Scargill

Transcribed by Pam Smith.