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


  • Post, Money Order, Savings Bank, Telegraph Office, &c. Math. Hall, Postmaster. Letters by Yarm. Deliveries, 8-55 a.m. Despatches, 4-15 p.m., week days only. On Sundays, 8 to 10 a.m., sale of stamps and telegraph business only.

Miscellany of trades

  • Bainbridge Edward, tailor and draper
  • Bainbridge Henry, joiner
  • Bainbridge Math. Bewick, builder
  • Bainbridge Reuben, tailor
  • Bartram Thomas, grocer, &c.
  • Blair Geo. Young, Esq., J.P., Drumrauk Hall
  • Bowes-Wilson Allan, yeoman, Hutton house
  • Bowes-Wilson Thos., merchant, Hutton house
  • Brigham Elizabeth Mary
  • Charlton Miss Mary Anderson, dressmaker
  • Charlton William, joiner
  • Coverdale Edward, plumber, &c.
  • Dalkin John, tailor
  • Dixon Mr. William Bell Scott
  • Elliot Jane, lodgings
  • Garbutt Chris. Rt., joiner and vict., King's Head
  • Garbutt Miss Dorothy
  • Goldsborough Bartholomew & Bainbridge John George, butchers
  • Goldsborough Mr Jno., Gospel Temperance Hall
  • Hall Matthew and Sons (Matthew, William, Graham, Thomas, and John), drapers, tailors, grocers, and general dealers
  • Harrison Henry James, vict., Bay Horse
  • Harston Joseph, shoemaker
  • Honeyman George, grocer, &c.
  • Honeyman Joseph, butcher
  • Jackson Thomas, butcher
  • Johnson Rev. John, vicarage
  • Johnson William, joiner and parish clerk
  • Kindler Alfred Wilkinson, Esq. (and at Stockton), Eden cottage
  • Kindler James, Esq., Eden cottage
  • King Richard, coal dealer and leader
  • Leonard John Mowat, Esq., Leven house
  • Lincoln Miss Ann, dressmaker
  • Marriner Mr Matthew
  • Meek Mary
  • Milburn James, grocer, tailor, and draper
  • Passman Henry, Esq.
  • Paver Miss Ann
  • Porter Charles, station master and goods agent, Trenholme Bar
  • Raney Elizabeth, vict., Old Wheat Sheaf
  • Reading Room and Library. - W. G. Hall, secretary; Math. Hall, Librarian
  • Richardson Lewis, timber mercht., Sedham hs
  • Richardson Miss Margaret, grocer
  • Richardson Math. Thos., Prudential Assurance agent and shoemaker
  • Robinson Mr. William, West house
  • Robson Robert Tones, Esq., Mill hill
  • Sage Thomas, joiner, &c.
  • Scarth Mrs. Mary
  • School Board. - T. Bowes-Wilson, Esq., chairman; J. G. Bowes-Wilson, Esq., clerk; Samuel Eyre, master; Albert Ainsley, attendance officer
  • Sidgewick Mr. John
  • Sidgewick Mary
  • Sidgewick William, shoemaker
  • Smith Anthony, greengrocer
  • Smith Christopher, grocer
  • Smith Elizabeth Ann, grocer
  • Smith Geo., foreman platelayer, Wheat Sheaf
  • Smith James, jet manufacturer
  • Smith Jeremiah Raney, vict., Station Hotel
  • Snowdon Anthony, surgeon
  • Soppit Mr. George Robinson
  • Souter William, blacksmith
  • Stainthorpe Charles, butcher
  • Tarran John Thomas, builder
  • Temple Misses Hannah, Harriet, and Mary, Ebenezer place
  • Thorman John, Esq., Mill house
  • Ward John, timber merchant, Meggison house
  • Ward Robert, meal and flour dealer
  • Weighell Mrs Sarah, Layton house
  • Wilson George, sail cloth manufacturer
  • Wood John, blacksmith


  • Brigham Joseph, Thorne
  • Calvert George, New Close
  • Chapman Henry, Enterpen
  • Featherstone John, Brook house
  • Garbutt Thomas, Hutton grange
  • Goldsborough William, Manor farm
  • Harrison Elizabeth Rebecca, Toft hill
  • Miles William, Burnt house
  • Rickatson John, Garden stone
  • Rickatson Messrs John and Kilvington (yeomen), Belle vue
  • Smith George Henry, White house
  • Smith William, Hutton Field house
  • Southern Robert, Linden grove
  • Swales John, Broad carr
  • Weighell William, Ober green
  • Wise William, Doddle hill


  • Bainbridge Reuben, to Stockton, Wednesday and Saturday
  • Richardson William, to Stockton, Wednesday, and Stokesley, Saturday
  • Sidgewick James and William, to Stockton, Wednesday, and Middlesborough, Friday (and market gardeners)


  • Letters by Welbury. Arrivals about 9 a.m.; Box Collections, 5-30 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Bell Sir Lowthian, Bart., East Rounton Grange
  • Johnson Capt. Walter, East Rounton Grange
  • Northgraves John, farm bailiff, Hollins
  • Routree Jas., blacksmith and vict., Black Swan
  • Thompson Mrs. Mary Jane, schoolmistress


  • Atkinson David Scarth, yeoman, Haggett hill
  • Gatenby John, Manor cottage
  • Husband William, Haggett hill
  • Hutchinson William, Haggett hill


  • Postal Address - Middleton, Yarm. Letters via Yarm arrive about 9 a.m., and are despatched at 2 p.m, week days only.


  • Alderson Thomas, Middleton grange
  • Charlton George, Indian farm
  • Dickins Thomas, Middleton lodge
  • Hart James
  • Husband Martin, Oak Tree farm
  • Norman Thomas, Gosling mire
  • Smith Christopher, Spyknave hill
  • Wood Jonathan, Middleton hill


Miscellany of trades

  • Charlton Thomas, farmer, Rudby house
  • Mease Joseph Mellanby, registrar of births and deaths for the Hutton Rudby sub-district, and inspector of nuisances for the Stokesley Union
  • Richardson William Henry, joiner
  • Smith James Edmund, travelling draper


  • Letters, Yarm; Post Office, &c., Hutton Rudby.

Miscellany of trades

  • Busfield Mr. Thomas, Sexhow hall
  • Chapman William, farmer, Sexhow hall
  • Coulson Stephen, farmer, Lincoln house
  • Liversidd Thomas, farmer, Sexhow grange
  • Rickatson Thos. Henry, farmer, Sexhow parks
  • Wrightson Thomas, farmer, Brick house


  • Letters, Yarm. Post and Money Order Office, &c., Hutton Rudby.

Miscellany of trades

  • Cary Byron Right Hon. Viscount Falkland, Skutterskelfe hall
  • Winter Miss Jane, Folly hill


  • Alderson Thomas, Tame bridge, via Stokesley
  • Craggs George, Sorby
  • Hall Thomas, Brawith, via Stokesley
  • Harwood Johnson, White house

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