9 April – baptism of Rebecca, daughter of Thomas and Martha Barthram of Hutton
1 April – burial of Martha Barthram of Hutton, aged 40 years
The Archbishop of York will hold a Confirmation in All Saints' Church some time in June. Intending candidates are requested kindly to send in their names soon to the Vicar.
The magazine contained an account of the Sunday School Treat. On 1 August, 47 children went by train from Potto to Redcar. There had also been an outing to Skutterskelfe where Lord and Lady Falkland provided amusements and refreshments. On the 17th, the Choir Trip – 25 people – went to Redcar. They bathed, walked, visited the church at Coatham.
"A most successful Concert was given in the School-house on the 22nd September, by the friends and through the kindness of the Miss Parks. The music and singing was much appreciated, and the room was crowded. The proceeds, amounting to £8 8s. 6d., were divided between the Sunday school and Reading Room."December 1893
Oct 24 – the vicar was married to Florence Mary Wright of Enterpen
Sat 11 Nov –
"Tom Honeyman was killed accidentally when engaged in some iron works in Stockton. The greatest sympathy is felt for his mother, who is a widow, and he was a good son to her."He was buried on the 14th: Thomas Harwood Honeyman aged 20.
Lady Falkland announces "owing to her absence from Skutterskelfe she is for a time discontinuing the Parish Magazine"
In 1894, the parish part of the magazine was reduced in size to the cover of the Church Monthly and the price had risen to 1½d.
It was distributed by Mrs Brigham, Mrs Robson and M.E. Johnson.
"The Annual Sunday School & Choir Treat took place in the Schoolroom on January 5th. The delicious cakes and sandwiches for the tea, provided by the kindness of our ladies, were thoroughly enjoyed by the schoolchildren, who were vastly amused by the contents of the crackers - another kind gift."1 Jan 1894 - baptism of Denton James, son of John Thomas and Emma Jane Fortune of Hutton
Day School. The children were examined by A E Richardson, Esq., in November. Shortly afterwards the Chief Inspector of the district (R P A Swettenham, Esq.) visited and inspected the school. His report speaks very highly of the whole school, for he says, "The children are in good order, and have been very well taught." The Grant which has been received is £1 0s 6d per head, the highest possible grant payable by the Department.
Announces the Hutton Rudby Temperance Society's Annual Horticultural and Industrial Exhibition and Poultry, Pigeon, Rabbit, and Cat Show on 21 July.
A Band Contest was also arranged for the Show.
"The Committee regretted (with many others in the village) seeing so many prizes taken away from the place by outsiders last year, especially in the Juvenile departments. This year the Penmanship classes will be confined to the village, and the committee hope the children will take special interest in this, and make a good entry."Prizes were donated by various firms – eg, the first prize for Best Tray of Six Vegetables for cottagers of Hutton was a pair of meat carvers, value 15s., donated by Sunlight Soap Co.
29 May – burial of Dorothy Passman of Hutton, aged 72
The Travelling Dairy Co from Leeds Agricultural College gave a display on dairy management, and butter and cream cheese making on 22 May
Report on success of the Show, with 800 exhibits.
"The Committee … would have been gratified if more of the school-children had competed in the classes especially arranged for them."October 1894
August Sunday School trip to Redcar (it rained)
Choir trip to Scarborough
"We deeply regret to record the death of Mr Blair. The immense gathering of all classes at his funeral bore striking testimony to his worth, and their sorrow at his departure from us …"December 1894
Was there an epidemic? There are four burials of infants:
20 Oct – Florence Butler, aged 7 days
1 Nov – George Bell, 4 years and 5 weeks
2 Nov – Thomas Alderson, 7 months
15 Nov – Percy Hare, 9 weeks
"We are sure our readers will have much pleasure in hearing that Rudby Church is to be enriched by the possession of a fine organ, the generous gift of Mrs Blair and her stepdaughters, as a memorial of the late Mr Blair and his son Mr Borrie Blair"
"We regret to announce that the Parish Magazine will now be discontinued"
1896 – the magazine returns, with the parish content on the cover
Mrs Brigham is still running the Coal Club!
"On Jan 3rd a gathering of 130 villagers had tea, and spent a most happy evening at Drumrauch"(The Misses and Mrs Blair have taken over the philanthropic role of Lady Falkland).
Reporting on the Easter services:
"for the first time were used the handsome new altar-rail of oak, and beautiful kneeling-mat of needlework, made and given by some Communicant Parishioners"June 1898
1 May – Norman, son of Thomas and Mary Hannah Williams, Drumrauck Cottages
wedding at Rudby – Aug 17, Edgar Robinson Johnson, Stockton, to Alice Elizabeth Gears, Hutton Rudby
burial – 11 Aug – Catherine Stringer aged 73 year of Hutton Rudby
6 May – Arthur Edward Greaves and Ethel Annie Smith of Hutton
25 July – St James' Day – Mr Smollett Clerk Thomson of Edinburgh and Miss Margaret Amy Blair of Drumrauch
1 Aug – at East Rounton – Mr Harold Raynton-Dixon of Gunnergate Hall, and Miss Dorothea Margaret Johnson of Rounton Grange