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Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades for SETTRINGTON in Bulmer's Directory of 1892.


SETTRINGTON TOWNSHIP

  • Postal address, Settrington, York.

    Mails arrive at 8-15 a.m. from York and Malton, and are despatched at 7-5 p.m. Miss Ruth Lacy, sub-postmistress. The nearest Money Order and Telegraph Office is at Malton, three miles distant. Letters should be addressed Settrington, York, except where otherwise stated.

Miscellany of trades

  • Appleyard John, stationmaster
  • Barker Walter, manager, The Stores
  • Bielby William J., tailor, draper, and breeches maker
  • Brigham Alfred, cowkeeper
  • Bush Alfred James, mason
  • Carr John, joiner and wheelwright
  • Dawson William, blacksmith
  • Kilvington John, boot and shoe maker
  • Middleton Lady Julia, Settrington house
  • Plume Rev. Edmund Frederic, M.A., curate
  • Powell Jas., head keeper, Settrington Wood top
  • Rice Alfred, schoolmaster
  • Settrington and District Co-operative Society, Ltd., grocers and beer retailers. A. Rice, secretary; W. Barker, manager
  • Smith Joseph (Thomas Smith & Son), assistant overseer
  • Taylor Rev. Isaac, LL.D., rector
  • Waller Isaac, cart owner
  • Wilson James Peirson, butcher
  • Wilson John, joiner

Farmers.

  • Bennison George, Norton Parks, Malton
  • Bradshaw Thomas, Grove house
  • Bush George
  • Clifford Mark Pindar, Wood house, North Grimston, York
  • Crosby George, Settrington green
  • Fisher John, Low Field, Norton, Malton
  • Hicks John, Beck house, Scagglethorpe,Rulington, York
  • Johnson Charles, Whinflower hall, Malton
  • Johnson Joseph, Marr house, Malton
  • Jordan Marmaduke, Bellmanear farm, North Grimston, York
  • Kirk Joseph Robinson, West Field, Malton
  • Leavens Charles Henry, Wold farm
  • Lowish Martin, The Grange
  • Rawling Wilson, Rectory farm
  • Richardson John, Brow farm, Scagglethorpe,
  • Rillington, York, and Norton lodge
  • Smith Thomas & Son, Low Bellmanear farm
  • Thompson Robert, Brambling Field, Norton,
  • Tindall John (and miller)
  • Topham Jacob Blanchard, Cross Cliff house
  • Wardell Thomas
  • Wilson Francis Holliday, Wardale
  • Wilson Mrs. Jane, Elm Tree
  • Wilson John

Carriers.

  • Bell Thomas, to Malton, Wednesday and Saturday
  • Fisher David, to Malton, Wednesday and Saturday

SCAGGLETHORPE TOWNSHIP.

  • Postal address, Scagglethorpe, Rillington, York.

Miscellany of trades

  • Burdett Robert
  • Burdett Thomas
  • Galtry Mrs. Sarah, schoolmistress
  • Harper Mrs. Ann, Prospect house
  • Hartas William, blacksmith
  • Judson Mrs. Ann, Scagglethorpe field
  • Mitchell Mrs. Frances
  • Mitchell John, joiner and wheelwright
  • Pinkney Richard, vict., Ham and Cheese Inn
  • Severs George, bootmaker
  • Simpkin John, tailor and draper
  • Snowdon William, huckster

Farmers.

  • Bennison John
  • Brand Thomas, Ebor house
  • Cundill George, Beech Tree farm
  • Dukes Robert (and freeholder), Willow farm
  • Harper Joseph (and grocer)
  • Harrison John
  • Hornby William
  • Lamb John, Manor house
  • Mooran William (foreman), Vine cottage
  • Nichols Warcup, The Grange
  • Robson Miss Jane
  • Scoresby James, Acuba farm
  • Trousdale William (and freeholder)


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