Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades
for KIRBY UNDERDALE in Bulmer's Directory of 1892.
KIRBY UNDERDALE-WITH-GARROWBY TOWNSHIP.
- Post Office at Mrs. Mary Askwiths, Kirby Underdale. Letters,
- via Stamford Bridge, York, arrive at 9-45 a.m., and are despatched
at 3 p.m. Nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office, Stamford Bridge, seven
miles; Pocklington, same distance.
Miscellany of trades
- Askwith Mrs. Mary, grocer and postmistress
- Barber Rev. Alfred, M.A., The Rectory
- Boyes William, joiner and wheelwright
- Cass Henry, blacksmith
- Childs James, schoolmaster
- Matthew Thos. Daniel, joiner and wheelwright
- Parker Horace S., Esq., Painsthorpe hall
- Sanderson Robert, shoemaker
- Smith Geo. Mitchell, head gamekpr., Garrowby
- Smith Joseph
- Viscount Halifax, Garrowby hall; and at Hickleton hall, near Doncaster, and 88
Eaton Square, London
- Webster William, saddler, Uncleby
- Wood Right Hon. Charles Linley, second
- Glew George, Manor house
- Gowland Joseph, Hanging Grimston
- Green John, Glebe farm
- Hall Thomas, Hanging Grimston
- Harper Richard, North Breckenholme
- Harrison David, Fordham
- Hick William, Painsthorpe
- Husband James, Garrowby Hill top
- Johnson George, South wold
- Johnson William, Painsthorpe
- King Henry (hind for Wm. Wood), Megdale top
- Milestone William, Painsthorpe
- Mitchell William Thomas, Bafham farm
- Newlove John
- Simpson Francis, Uncleby
- Topham Frederick, Hanging Grimston
- Trousdale William, South Breckenholme
- Wood Christopher, Uncleby
- Wood William, Cheese Cake farm
- Wordsworth Joseph (farm bailiff), Garrowby hall
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