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Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for WYKEHAM in The Scarborough Gazette Directory of 1905.

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General information:

  • Postal Address, Wykeham, RSO., York.
  • Parliamentary Division, Whitby.
  • County Council, North Riding---F. Baker, JP.
  • Parish Council (Wykeham and Ruston)---J.R. Jewitt, Chairman, James Hardy, H.G. Temple, J. Douthwaite; clerk, F.M. Simkin.
  • All Saints' Church---Vicar, Rev. Lewis Hunt.
  • Primitive Meeting House (from Scarborough).
  • National Schools---Headmaster, J.H. Stead.
  • Railway Station, Wykeham (Scarborough and Pickering line) NER.
  • Post Office, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.---Postmistress, Mrs. A. Gillance.
  • Delivery 7 a.m.; dispatch, 5.30 p.m. weekdays. Sundays Delivery, 8 a.m.; dispatch 12.40 p.m., Sundays, Postal Orders only.
  • Nearest Telegraph Office, Brompton, 1 mile.
  • Cricket Club, Douthwaite, secretary.

Miscellany of trades

  • Downe, Viscount, Wykeham Abbey.

Miscellany of trades

  • Adams, Thomas, estate labourer.
  • Barnes, Charles, joiner.
  • Boulton, Thomas, gardener.
  • Cameron, James, farmer, Wykeham Grange.
  • Clark, Thomas, gardener.
  • Cockerill, Vasey, farm labourer.
  • Croft, J., Bedale House.
  • Douglas, A., head gardener.
  • Douthwaite, John.
  • Gray, John E.. The Downe Arms.
  • Greenwood, Miss E.
  • Gough, Reginald, estate agent, Gallows Hill.
  • Hall,Rev. Dr., Abbott's Meadow.
  • Jennings, John, stationmaster.
  • Jewitt, John, farmer.
  • Jillings, Frank, woodman.
  • Jones, Robert, farmer and carrier.
  • Jowsey, F., joiner.
  • Leadill, John, farm labourer.
  • Megson, Henry, labourer.
  • Megson, Alfred, labourer.
  • Monkson. Robert, farm labourer.
  • North, Ernest, farmer.
  • Poad, George T., rural relieving officer.
  • Stead, John H., schoolmaster, Church school.
  • Smye, Ernest, gardener.
  • Temple, Thomas, farm labourer.
  • Temple, William, farm labourer.
  • Watson, J., architect, Rose Cottage.
  • Wilson, Robert, tailor and draper.

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for LANGDALE END in The Scarborough Gazette Directory of 1905.

Miscellany of trades

  • Barkham, William, labourer, Broxa.
  • Bland, John Wilson.
  • Coverdale, Thomas, farmer.
  • Cockerill, Thomas, farmer.
  • Ditchman, George, labourer, Broxa.
  • Hick, Mrs. E.
  • Mackwood, J., labourer.
  • Martindale, John, Moor Bird Inn.
  • Noble, G., farmer.
  • Plaxton, Robert, labourer, Broxa.
  • Smith, John, farmer, Broxa.
  • Stonehouse, William, labourer, Broxa.
  • Ward, John, farmer, Birch Hall.
  • Ward, Joseph, farmer.
  • Whitelock, Ann.

Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades'
for RUSTON in The Scarborough Gazette Directory of 1905.

General information:

  • Postal address---Wykeham RSO York.
  • Parliamentary Division---Whitby.
  • County Council, North Riding--- F. Baker, JP.
  • Parish Council (see Wykeham).
  • Post---Pillar box, weekdays only, 4.50 p.m. (see Wykeham).
  • Nearest Railway Station---Wykeham, NER, Scarborough and Pickering Line, half a mile.
  • Nearest Telegraph Office---Brompton, half a mile.
  • Wesleyan Chapel (from Scarborough).

Miscellany of trades

  • Barker, H., estate labourer.
  • Bowes, George, groom.
  • Bowes, Henry, farm labourer.
  • Daniel, Smith, keeper.
  • Elliott, J., estate plumber.
  • Foster, Albert, farmer.
  • Foster, Frank, shepherd.
  • Foster, R., stone waller.
  • Greenlay, E., cartman.
  • Hardy, Fred.
  • Hardy, James, blacksmith.
  • Harland, Wm., woodman.
  • Jeffels, Megginson, carter.
  • Joplin, J.B., farmer.
  • Maw, John, woodman.
  • Morris, Mrs.
  • Morley, William, labourer.
  • North, Ernest, farmer.
  • Poad, Fred, vet. Surgeon.
  • Riby, Fred, farm labourer.
  • Robinson, Charles, farm labourer.
  • Sawdon, Robert, labourer.
  • Sawdon, Mrs.
  • Stephenson, John, shoemaker.
  • Temple, R.G., farmer.
  • Thompson, Miss D.
  • Tindall, J.W., tailor and draper, The Cottage.
  • Tindall, R., cartman.
  • Walker, George, farm labourer.
  • Watson, John, carrier.
  • White, T., farmer.
  • Willings, George, labourer.

Transcribed by Pam Smith.