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



  • Post Office; William Coultas, sub-postmaster. Letters via Scarborough arrive by mail cart at 8-0 a.m., and are despatched at 4-30 p.m. No Sunday business. Money Order and Telegraph Office, Scarborough.

Miscellany of trades

  • Barker Miss Emma Maria, The Manse
  • Bearup John, Mount pleasant
  • Beckwith Robert, Seymour cottage
  • Bell Alfred, gardener
  • Boddy James Pinder, grocer, &c.
  • Boddy John Greenlay, blacksmith
  • Boddy Robert, blacksmith
  • Boddy William, joiner
  • Carr E., nurseryman
  • Clark Mrs. Jane
  • Coates Robert
  • Cockerill Bros. (George Henry, & Dickinson, jun.), butchers; h Burniston
  • Cook James Alfred, Scalby bolt
  • Coultas William, blacksmith and grocer
  • Dale George Peckett, Hay brow
  • Dawes-Sarony Thomas, Park house
  • Duck William, vict., Plough Inn
  • Ellis John Ed., M.P., Wrea house
  • Gibson John, joiner and wheelwright
  • Green Mrs. Elizabeth Dorothy, The Grange
  • Hampton G., land agent, and surveyor to Her Majesty's Duchy of Lancaster, Shirley lodge
  • Hart John, Miller craig
  • Hodgson Mrs. Hannah
  • Hodgson John
  • Hoyle John, North field
  • Jarvis Frederick William, vict., Nag's Head, Visitors and tourists accommodated on reasonable terms. Many places of interest in district
  • Jones Richard, Esq., Ash meade
  • Kirk Miss Mary Ann, grocer
  • Lathbury William Waters, West brook
  • Lightfoot Miss Mary, dressmaker
  • Marshall George, assistant overseer and income tax collector
  • Masterman Thomas, hind, Church becks
  • Potter Hargrave, Jubilee terrace
  • Roberts Mrs. Ellen
  • Robinson David
  • Robinson John, mason
  • Robinson Rev. William Cautley, B.A., vicar
  • Robshaw John Charles, farm bailiff
  • Ross Robert Merry, West Mount cottage
  • Rudgard Richard, Scalby hall
  • Sedman John, butcher
  • Simpson William, farm bailiff
  • Smith George Dale, Ivy dene
  • Smith Thomas, lodgings
  • Steele John, Jubilee terrace
  • Stonehouse Albert
  • Thompson Enos, joiner and parish clerk
  • Thompson Mrs. Mary, Church becks
  • Thompson Thomas, boot and shoe maker
  • Tickle John, schoolmaster
  • Tindall William, joiner, &c.
  • Trattles Edward, dairyman
  • Vernon John, dairymen
  • Waite John Myers, police constable
  • Ward Mrs. Jane
  • Webster Charles, lodgings
  • Wilcox Thomas, farm bailiff
  • Wilkinson Archer, miller and farmer, Scalby High mill


  • Scarborough and Whitby Railway. - Richard Stephenson, stationmaster, Scalby


  • James Dewell Thompson, to Scarborough, Thursdays and Saturdays


  • Coates William, Sommerville house
  • Cockerill William, Cum boots
  • Coulson Joseph
  • Cross Henry, Scalby nabs
  • Foxton Joseph, Scalby nabs
  • Greenstreet John, Scalby nabs
  • Hall Robinson Forrest
  • Hurd George, Carr lane
  • Jackson Francis, Scalby lodge
  • Leng Christopher, Scalby hayes
  • Robinson George & William, Beacon farm
  • Sedman Joseph, Low Moor house
  • Smithson John, Prospect house
  • Stonehouse John
  • Vasey Francis, Low barmoor
  • Wilkinson Edwin, Scalby nabs


  • Letters via Scarborough arrive at 7-30 a.m., and are despatched at 5-0 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Beecroft E., joiner, wheelwright, and undertaker, Throxenby
  • Brough Mr. Edwin, Wyndgate
  • Cross William, apartments
  • Faulkner William, farm bailiff, Newby hall
  • Flinton Thomas, corn and flour merchant, Newby mills
  • Gibson J., bathing machine proprietor, Newby
  • Gray Thomas, apartments, Newby
  • Hebden Lieut-Col. William, Throxenby hall
  • Kidd Robert, vict., Rosette Inn
  • Pickering Thomas, Newby village
  • Woodhouse Samuel, ironmonger, Throxenby
  • Wright James, vict., Scalby Mill Inn, Newby


  • Coultas Edwin (and dairyman), Newby farm
  • Dunwell Joseph
  • Harrowsmith John, Throxenby
  • Hunt John Richardson, Newby
  • Robinson W. Banks (and dairyman), Woodlands
  • Stonehouse Robert, Newby

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