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

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PICKHILL-WITH-ROXBY TOWNSHIP;

  • Post Office at William Nelson's, Pickhill. Postal Orders may be had. Letters via Thirsk arrive at 8-30 a.m.; despatch, 3-30, winter, and 4-30, summer.

Miscellany of trades

  • Allinson Mr. John, Trinity cottage
  • Appleton J., shoemaker & vict., Nag's Head Inn
  • Bendelow George John, toy dealer
  • Bendelow Mrs. H., grocer, &c., & Pub. Vac. office
  • Boddy Christopher, saddler
  • Bulmer Matthew, junr., grocer and butcher
  • Bulmer Matthew, pig dealer
  • Carter Mr. John, Church house
  • Dalkin R., schoolmaster and assistant overseer
  • Gregg George Michael, tailor
  • Howard Rev. Arthur Wigston, The Vicarage
  • Imeson Mr. Matthew
  • Lightfoot John, sexton
  • Lishman John, grocer, joiner, &c.
  • Lumley Edward, joiner, &c.
  • Lumley Mrs. Eliza, vict., Fox and Hounds
  • Nelson W., tailor and postmaster, Daggett house
  • Robson Thomas, blacksmith & vict., The Star
  • Topham Mrs. C., lodgings, Little Pickhill
  • Trueman Thomas, Pickhill gates
  • Wright Mr. William

Farmers.

  • Britain George, High ness
  • Brown Mark, Low ness
  • Carter Matthew
  • Cartwright E., Barn house & Scarborough house
  • Cartwright Robert Henry, Church farm
  • Clark John
  • Clark Joseph, Low ness
  • Douthwaite Henry, Roxby house
  • Harland James, junr., Manor house
  • Hodgson John Jennings
  • Morton John, Sandholme
  • Raw James, Charity cottage
  • Robinson James, Healam house
  • Waddington Richard, Roman castle

AINDERBY-QUERNHOW TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters via Thirsk. Wall box cleared 5-15 p.m., summer; and 4-15 p.m., winter.

Miscellany of trades

  • Durham J., landowner and farmer, Ainderby hall
  • Kirk Mrs. Mary, Ainderby villa
  • Pennington William, vict., Crab Tree
  • Richmond William, wheelwright, &c.
  • Simpson William, blacksmith
  • Simpson William, junr., overseer
  • Thompson William, vict., Black Horse

HOLME TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters via Thirsk.

Miscellany of trades

  • Bartram William, cowkeeper
  • Bartram William, junr., shoemaker & grocer
  • Harrison Mr. Charles, Holme lodge
  • Smith Alfred, farmer (of Ripon)
  • Smith Thomas Henry, farmer, Manor house

HOWE TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters via Thirsk.

Miscellany of trades

  • Hunton W., farmer (and overseer), Bedale hunt
  • I'Anson John, J.P., & C.C.; Commissioner of Income taxes; and Major of the 3rd Batt. P.W.O, West Yorkshire Regt., Howe hall

SINDERBY TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office at Henry Chandler's. Letters via Thirsk arrive at 8-20 a.m.; despatch 4-40 p.m. in summer; and 3-40 p.m. in winter.

Miscellany of trades

  • Baldridge John, builder
  • Bamletts Misses Ann & Hannah, The Grange
  • Boddy Miss Ellen, dressmaker, Gregg's terrace
  • Boddy Henry, leather dresser and glove maker
  • Boddy Thomas, saddler, Paradise row
  • Bruce Charles, vict., Brewer's Arms
  • Chandler Henry, shoemaker, Post office
  • Gregg Wm., market gardener, Prospect house
  • Hare George, junr., butcher, Gregg's terrace
  • Kendrew Miss Marianna, The Manor
  • Tunstall John, station master, Sinderby station

Farmers.

  • Bartram Emanuel (and grocer)
  • Boddy William, The Villa
  • Greendale Mr.
  • Hare George, Sinderby and Holme lodge
  • Newcombe Robert (and overseer)
  • Wheelhouse Frank

SWAIN BY-WITH-ALLERTHORPE TOWNSHIP.

  • Letters via Bedale.

Farmers.

  • Gothorp Samuel, Allerthorpe hall & Thackeray house, Gatenby
  • Robinson Mrs. Mary J. & Son (John Francis), Swainby grove
  • Robinson William, Low Swainby


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