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


PATRICK BROMPTON TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters arrive via Bedale. The Wall Box is cleared on week-days at 5-10 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Atkinson William, gent
  • Barker Michael, vict. and farmer, Green Tree
  • Daggett Thomas, private school
  • Fawcett John, sexton
  • Haynes Col. Jonathan Wynyard, late 42nd Royal Highianders, The Hall
  • Hutchinson Robert, potato and fruit dealer
  • Kershaw Mrs. Sarah
  • Metcalfe Mr. John
  • Plews Matthew, blacksmith
  • Pratt Mrs. Harriet
  • Price -, assistant master at Aysgarth school, Newton-le-Willows
  • Richmond Mrs. Alice, cowkeeper
  • Simpson Mrs. Margaret, shopkeeper
  • Smith Mr. Thomas
  • Wilkes Arthur, B.A., schoolmaster
  • Woodhouse Mrs. Sarah Ann
  • Wright Rev. Christoper Norton, M.A., vicar

Farmers.

  • Hebdon Thomas, Northfield
  • Johnson John (and butcher)
  • Lamb Mark, Carnaby house
  • Lumley Thomas
  • Meynell George, Wardle house
  • Ralston Alexander Robert, East Brompton
  • Robinson, Martin, & Son (Thomas Martin), Butterwell house

ARRATHORNE TOWNSHIP.

  • (Part of this Township is in Hornby Parish.)

Cowkeepers.

  • Barker William
  • Bell William
  • Johnson John
  • Wetherill John

Farmers.

  • Atkinson George, West Arrathorne
  • Baines Robert
  • Fawcett Christopher, Cragg's lane
  • Hodgson Benjamin
  • I'Anson John Raw, Diamond hill
  • Severs Anthony, Moor house
  • Trotter Robert, East Arrathorne

HUNTON TOWNSHIP.

  • (Part of this Township is in the Parish of Hornby.)

HUNTON AND ARRATHORNE UNITED DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD

  • Mr. Alfred Smith, Cote house, chairman; W. Waller, John G. Procter, Robert Trotter, and Wm. Wells. W. Eyles, clerk to the Board.

Post:

  • Post Office at Mrs. E. Colling's. Letters arrive via Catterick at 9-55 a.m., and are despatched at 3-15 p.m. No Sunday business.

Miscellany of trades

  • Airey John, blacksmith
  • Airey Wm., steam thrashing machine proptr.
  • Appleton Isaac, cowkeeper
  • Auton Miss Elizabeth
  • Ayre Mrs. Margaret
  • Bell Wm., tailor and draper & vict., Oddfellows' Arms
  • Board School; Henry Darling, master
  • Bolton Robert, joiner and cartwright
  • Carling Robert, tailor, Crabtree house
  • Carling William, joiner
  • Colling Mrs. Eleanor and Miss Jane, grocers, Post office
  • Dunn George, junr., steam thrashing machine proprietor
  • Dunn Miss Sarah
  • Ellerton George, cowkeeper
  • Eyles Warcup, mason and builder
  • Eyles William, stonemason
  • Fanthorpe Henry, police constable
  • Fothergill Thomas, blacksmith
  • Gaines William Henry, butcher
  • Goodman William, vict., Fox and Hounds
  • Grainger William, blacksmith
  • Hewson The Misses Ann and Mary
  • Hodgson William, shoemaker
  • Hunter George, butcher
  • Lawson Robert, shopkeeper
  • Lockey William, joiner
  • Longstaff John, shoemaker
  • Mallerby Robert, cowkeeper
  • Parkin John, grocer and general dealer
  • Procter Mrs. Ann
  • Reading Room; W. Waller, secretary and treas.
  • Robinson William, platelayer, Wild hill
  • Scott Henry, cowkeeper
  • Simpson William, overseer
  • Stelling Miss Mary, dressmaker
  • Stelling William, carter
  • Thackwray Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Tunstall Mrs. Alice, vict. and farmer, New Inn
  • Waller Willis, grocer and draper
  • Wells Francis, stonemason
  • Wells Mrs. Mary, cowkeeper
  • Wells Mr. Thomas
  • Westmorland Mrs. Sarah

Farmers.

  • Auton Robert (yeo.), Blewery grange
  • Barry James, Shindria house
  • Blades James
  • Bowe Henry, Scrogg farm
  • Bowe William, Low hall
  • Carter John, Red house
  • Crabtree Mrs. Mary Ann
  • Dunn Geo. (and coach builder, &c.), Well close
  • Lockey John Thomas (and butcher)
  • Plows Christopher, Wyvill grange
  • Procter John George (and timber merchant), Madam's house
  • Richardson John (& corn miller), Hunton mill
  • Smith Alfred, Cote house
  • Wealands Robert (corn, hay, and straw dealer)
  • Wells William (and estate mason to M. Wyvill, Esq.), Old hall and Wild hill

NEWTON-LE-WILLOWS TOWNSHIP.

  • Post, Money Order Office, and Savings Bank, at C. Dennison's. Letters arrive via Bedale at 8-30 am., and are despatched at 4-55 p.m. No Sunday business.

Miscellany of trades

  • Askey Miss Elizabeth
  • Aston Wm. Benj., shaft manfctr., Saw mills
  • Brignall Mrs. Ann, cowkeeper
  • Coates William, joiner and builder
  • Constantine Miss Ann
  • Cuthbert Roger, gent.
  • Cuthbert Thomas, gent.
  • Dennison Christopher, joiner, cartwright, and smith, Post office
  • Dowell George, brewer, &c., and beerhouse
  • Gregg Mrs. Mary
  • Hales Rev. Clement T., M.A., Preparatory school, Aysgarth
  • Handley Mr. William
  • Handley William, junr., grocer, &c.
  • Hill Rowland Chas., Major-General, late Royal Artillery, The Hall
  • Horn John, commercial traveller
  • Hudson James, cattle dealer
  • Hudson Thos., station master, Jervaulx station
  • Hutchinson James, horse dealer
  • Infant School; Mrs. Margt. Wade, mistress
  • James William, gent.
  • Metcalfe David, cowkeeper
  • Metcalfe Robert, foreman platelayer
  • Metcalfe William, blacksmith
  • Park Miss Jane, cowkeeper
  • Procter Jph., steam thrashing machine proptr.
  • Robinson Margaret, shopkeeper
  • Robinson Richard, foreman platelayer
  • Robinson Thomas, shoemaker
  • Stockdale John, grocer and cowkeeper
  • Thompson Joseph, vict., Barley Sheaf
  • Ward Christopher, cowkeeper
  • Whitfield Miss Janie
  • Wilkinson Robt., mason and builder, No Man's moor

Farmers.

  • Allison Robt., Cockt Hat; h Thornton Watlass
  • Fall William, Ruswick
  • Heugh Francis, The Grange
  • Heugh William, Fox park
  • Hodgson Thomas John, Manor house
  • Horsfield John, Plain house
  • Metcalfe William, Croft house
  • Topham James and William, Lindale lodge
  • Turner John, Beechwood house
  • Wade Christopher, Hill Top farm
  • Walker Tristram, Hill top


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