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


THORNTON WATLASS TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office at Wilson Hill's. Letters arrive via Bedale, daily, at '7 am., and are despatched at 6-5 p.m. Postal orders are issued here but not paid. The nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office is at Bedale.

Miscellany of trades

  • Anderson Rev. John D., M.A., The Rectory
  • Auton William, joiner and carpenter
  • Backhouse Wm., vict. and shoemaker, The Buck
  • Beckwith William, blacksmith
  • Brigham John Smith, schoolmaster
  • Carnegie John, gardener
  • Dodsworth Sir Charles Edward Smith, Bart., J.P., D.L., C.C., Masham Div., N. Riding, Thornton Watlass hall, and Carlton Club, London, S.W.
  • Everett Thomas, shopkeeper
  • Firby Miss Hannah Elizabeth, dressmaker
  • Hill Wilson, postmaster
  • Nicholson Thomas, tailor
  • Pearson Jph., estate carpenter and cowkeeper
  • Scaife Joseph, wheelwright
  • Wetherill John, sexton
  • Williamson Geo., relieving, vaccination, school attendance and enquiry officer, and inspector of nuisances, Bedale Union
  • Wrightson Francis, gamekeeper and woodman, Ulwards lodge

Farmers.

  • Allison Robert, Pasture house
  • Alton J. (Alton & Sons), (and maltster and brewer)
  • Firby Thomas, Plump house
  • Johnson John, Low barn; h Burrill
  • Pratt Mrs. Ellen, Low Pond house
  • Williamson John (and cattle dealer)
  • Williamson Mrs. Mary (and butcher)

CLIFTON UPON URE TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office at Thornton Watlass. Letters via Bedale; the nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office is at Masham.

Miscellany of trades

  • Airey Thomas, farm bailiff
  • Cowell Major-Gen. Sir John Clayton, K.C.B., Clifton castle
  • Hudson Geo., collector of land and income tax
  • Lee John, gardener
  • Thompson William, gamekeeper

Farmer.

  • Hudson John, Clifton grange

ROOKWITH TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office at Thornton Watlass. Letters via Bedale.

Miscellany of trades

  • Burton George, joiner and cartwright
  • Malcolm William, cowkeeper
  • Wilson John Edward, managing farmer

Farmers.

  • Lamb Heslop, Scot's farm
  • Lamb J., Rookwith grange (and Sand Hill house)
  • Ward Thomas, Rookwith house
  • Wilson Mrs. Jane, Low Field house

THIRN TOWNSHIP.

  • Post Office at Thornton Watlass. Letters via Bedale. Letter Box in the village cleared at 5-30 p.m. No collection on Sunday.

Miscellany of trades

  • Booth Miss Elizabeth
  • Campbell Thomas, beerseller and shoemaker
  • Clarke Christopher, Esq., commissioner of taxes, late Capt., 1st Vol. Batt., North Yorkshire Regiment, The Hermitage
  • Clarke Christopher, land agent, Capt. commanding 1st Vol. Batt. (Princess of Wales' Own), Yorkshire Regiment, Charlcot
  • Harker Thomas, cowkeeper
  • Horner Mrs. Ann
  • Jeff Miss Mary
  • Kittley William, coachman to Sir. J. Cowell
  • Nelson William, cowkeeper
  • Pratt Thomas, stonemason
  • Simpson J. H., estate joiner to Six John Cowell
  • Wrightson Stephen J., blacksmith, Thirn grange

Farmers.

  • Broadley Thomas, Manor farm
  • Hunt John (and carrier to Bedale, Tuesdays), Pasture House farm
  • Nicholson Thomas, Thirn Moor house
  • Williamson Mrs. Mary, Hermitage farm; h Thornton Watlass


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