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


  • Post Office, John Smales, sub-postmaster. Letters via Selby arrive at 9-0 a.m., and are despatched at 4-0 p.m. winter, and 5-0 p.m. summer.

Miscellany of trades

  • Deighton Mrs. Mary
  • Eccles Wm., blacksmith & vict., Hare & Hounds
  • Gray Rev. Chas. Edward, M.A., The Vicarage
  • Hatfield Joseph, boot and shoe maker
  • Kirk George, butcher, Little Skipwith
  • Kitson George, schoolmaster & asst. overseer
  • Leaper Thomas, bricklayer, &c., Moat hall
  • Lund Thomas, groom and horsebreaker
  • Newsham Geo., farmer & beerslr, Drovers' Inn
  • Parker Miss Mary M., Skipwith hall
  • Smales John, grocer, Post office


  • Baren Mrs. Jane, Skipwith field
  • Barker George
  • Bellass George, Skipwith bridge
  • Calvert William
  • Copley Henry
  • Dransfield George
  • Hare Arthur (and gardener)
  • Hare George, Old farm
  • Heselwood George
  • Hoop Thomas, Manor farm
  • King David (and flour dealer)
  • Kirk Mrs. Susan (owner). Little Skipwith
  • North George, Chapel farm
  • Reaston William, Grange farm
  • Rooke Joseph
  • Shipman Thomas, Mill farm
  • Simpson William, Model farm
  • Smith George, Little Skipwith and Barlby
  • Sutton Thomas
  • Swales Anthony, West End house
  • Swales George, Pillmoor farm
  • Swales John
  • Ward Frank and George, Charity farm
  • Ward Henry, Peel hall
  • Ward Thos. (& steam thrasher), Little Skipwith


  • Post Office, North Duffield; John Farmerey, sub-postmaster. Letters via Selby, York, arrive at 7-45 a.m., and are despatched at 6-10 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Beilby William Clark, carrier to York. (Sat.), and Selby (Mon.)
  • Durham William, grocer, tailor, &c.
  • Farmerey John, shoemaker, Post office
  • Ferns Harry Clifford (solctr., Selby), Blackwood
  • Fletcher Miss Harriet E., schoolmistress
  • Hatfield Mrs. Sarah, grocer, &c.
  • Hewison Peter, tailor, Whincat
  • Hudson Joseph, huckster
  • Jackson Bros., steam thrashing machine proptrs.
  • Jackson Thomas, vict., Horse & Cart Inn
  • Moore Mrs. Elizabeth, Rose cottage
  • Morley Tasker, toll collector, Derwent Bridge hs
  • Nappey Mr. James
  • Parker Edmund, blacksmith
  • Perkins G., blacksmith & vict., King's Arms Inn
  • Perkins Robert, tailor
  • Snarr James, joiner
  • Swales Mrs. Elizabeth, cowkeeper
  • Waterworth Geo., cattle dealer, Chapel farm


  • Bramley William, Plantation house
  • Copley George Bowman
  • Darley Thomas, Hill farm
  • Deighton Thomas, Park house
  • Giles Wm. (farm bailiff), Derwent cottage
  • Hewson William
  • Holdridge George, North Duffield lodge
  • Holdridge James Webster, Lawns house
  • Jackson Walter
  • Lee Isaac
  • McNeil Robert, Red Moor house
  • Penrose John, Blackwood farm
  • Richardson Mrs. Elizabeth
  • Riley George
  • Toes Thomas
  • Townsley William, Duffield hall
  • Waterworth William
  • Weddell Charles (and owner), Derwent cottage

Scan, OCR and html by Colin Hinson. Checking and correction by Peter Nelson.