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Transcription of Kelly's Trade Directory of 1889

 

Private Residents

  • Mrs Bales

  • Mrs Cattley

  • Harry Croft J.P., Stillington Hall

  • Miss Farrer

  • Farbrace Sidney Gramshaw

  • Thomas Humphrey

  • Rev. William Henry Jemison LL.B., The Vicarage

  • Miss Longridge

  • Richard Longstaff

  • Mrs Maw

  • Mrs Salmon

  • Mrs Stables

  • William Tenniswood

  • William Thompson

  • Mrs Walne

  • Mrs Warneford

  • Mrs Weatherall

  • Thomas D. Wynn


Commercial

  • Robert Abbey, Farmer & Market Gardener

  • Thomas Abbey, Farmer

  • John Boggett, Halfway House Public House

  • Edward James Charnock, Grocer

  • William Clarke, Commercial Traveller

  • Seth Cook, Shopkeeper

  • John Crosby, Farmer, Creaker's Lodge

  • William Cussans, Farmer, North Skeugh

  • Richard Dobson, Gardener

  • Mrs Ann Farrer, Farmer

  • Miss Annie Farrer, Farmer & Landowner

  • John Farrer, Farmer, Penny Flats

  • Thomas Gatenby, Shoemaker

  • Thomas Gibson, Water Miller & Farmer

  • William Gibson, Registrar for births, marriages & deaths

  • Farbrace Sidney Gramshaw  L.K.Q.C.P, Physician & Surgeon, Public Vaccinator & Medical Officer, Stillington Dist. Easingwold Union

  • Matthew Halder, Cabinet Maker

  • Thomas Hawkswell, Saddler & Harness Maker

  • William Hawkswell, Farmer

  • John Hewitt, Joiner

  • Amos Horsley, Shopkeeper

  • James Hugill, Joiner

  • William Marwood Hugill, Builder

  • Mrs Mary Jane Humphrey, Dressmaker

  • Frederick L'Anson, Joiner

  • George Jennings, Farm Bailiff to H. Croft esq.

  • William Kirk, Butcher & Farmer

  • Francis Knowlson, Farmer

  • William Knowlson, White Dog Inn & Horse Dealer

  • William Lane, Tailor

  • Thomas Leaper, Bay Horse Public House

  • Johnson Leckonby, Omnibus Proprietor

  • Thomas Lowther, Shoemaker

  • Mrs Mary Mattson, Grocer

  • William Skelton Myers, Boot & Shoe Inn

  • John Parker, Farmer

  • Thomas Richardson, Blacksmith

  • William Richardson, Farmer

  • John  Russell, Shoemaker

  • William & Alexander Scott, Carriers & Farmers

  • John Slater, Blacksmith

  • Thomas Smith, Farmer, Roseberry Cottage

  • William Smith, Shoemaker

  • Robert Souter, Grocer & Draper

  • Mrs Annie Sowray, Post Office

  • Robert Spruce, Plumber

  • Goerge Suggitt, Tailor

  • Alfred Tenniswood, Farmer & Carrier

  • Henry Thompson, Joiner

  • David Wake, Farmer, Stillington Grange

  • Mark Walker, Farmer, Blackwoods

  • John White, Tailor

  • George Wikeley, Threshing Machine Proprietor

  • Richard Wood, Builder

  • Thomas Wood, Builder & Contractor

  • Thomas Wood Jun, Builder

  • George Wregglesworth, Bricklayer

  • Wiliam Wright, Farmer

  • Thomas Yorke, Farmer, Mowbray House

  • Thomas Young, White Bear Public House, Butcher & Farmer

 


Post,& M. O.O.,S.B & Annuity & Insurance Office

Mrs Annie Sowray, Receiver.

Letters arrive from Easingwold at 7am; dispatched at 6pm. The nearest Telegraph Office is Easingwold

Schools

National (mixed), built 1820 for 130 children; average attendance 58; Walter Hindle, Master

Wesleyan (mixed),  for 70 children; average attendance 47; Edward James Charnock, Master

Carriers to York -

  • Scott -  from his house, Thurs and Sat, passing through Sutton.

  • Tenniswood  - from his house, Thurs and Sat, passing through Sutton.  

Omnibus to York - Sat from White Dog Inn through Sutton, & alternate Thurs, York fortnight fair days

Parish Clerk - John Russell

Lord of the Manor - Harry Croft, Esq.

Principal Landowners - Noah Wynn, Esq & Harry Croft, Esq.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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