Stepping Stones publication.
1890 County Durham This CD contains scanned images of the above Kelly's Post Office Directory. Main section has 422 pages, listing many towns and villages and giving a description of each place with geographical, historical and Post Office information for each, and the names and addresses of tradesmen and manufacturers etc. in those areas. Places covered include : Bishop Auckland, St Andrew and St Helens Auckland, Aycliffe, Barnard Castle, North Bedburn, Belmont, Billingham, Birtley, Bishop Middleham, Bishopton, Blaydon, Boldon, Brancepeth, Brandon, Burnmoor, Burnopfield, Byers Green, Cassop, Castle Eden, Castleside, Chester le Street, Cockfield, Collierley, Coniscliffe, Consett, Coundon, Coxhoe, Crook and Billy Row, Croxdale, Dalton le Dale, Darlington (20 pages), Denton, Dinsdale, Dunston, Durham City (23 pages), Eaglescliffe, Easington, Ebchester, Edmundbyers, Egglestone, Eighton Banks, Eldon, Elton, Elwick Hall, Escomb, Esh, Etherley, Evenwood, Fatfield, Felling, Ferry Hill, Framwellgate, Frosterley, Fulwell, Gainford, Gateshead (25 pages), Greatham, Grindon, Hamsteels, Hamsterley, Hart, Hartlepool (32 pages), Harton, Haswell, Haughton le Skerne, Haverton Hill, Hawthorn, Heathery Cleugh, Hebburn, Heighington, Herrington, Hetton le Hole, South Hetton, Heworth, Holmside, Houghton le Spring, Hunstanworth, Hunwick, Hurworth on Tees, North and South Hylton, Ingleton, Jarrow (9 pages), Kelloe, Kimblesworth, Lamesley, Lanchester, Leadgate, Lumley, Lynesack and Softley, Marley Hill, Medomsley, Merrington with Middlestone, Middleton, Monk Hesleden, Muggleswick, Newbottle, Long Newton, Norton, Pelton, Penshaw, Pittington, East and West Rainton, Redmarshall, Rookhope, Ryhope, Ryton, Sacriston, Sadberge, St Johns Chapel, Satley, Seaham, Seaton Carew, Sedgefield, Shadforth, Sherburn, South Shields (30 pages), Shildon, Shincliffe, Shotley Bridge, Shotton, Silksworth, Sockburn, Southwick, Spennymoor, Staindrop, Stainton le Street, Stanhope, Stanley, Stella, Stillington, Stockton upon Tees (27 pages), Stranton, Sunderland (92 pages), Tanfield, Thornley, Tow Law, Trimdon, Tudhoe, Usworth, Washington, Westgate, Whickham, Whitburn, Whitworth, Whorlton, Willington, Windy Nook, Wingate, Winlaton, Winston, Witton Gilbert, Witton le Wear, Wolsingham, Wolviston, and many neighbouring places. Also includes a list of magistrates and police, plus 60 pages of commercial and trade advertisements. The images are in black and white PDF format, compatible with nearly all computers, PC/Mac/Linux/etc. - Adobe Reader 5 (not the latest version, but stable and compatible with most PC operating systems from Windows 95 onwards) is supplied on the CD for viewing on a PC in case you havent already got it, but most computers will read the files using their default PDF viewer anyway.