Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades
for BRANDSBY in Bulmer's Directory of 1890.
- Post Office at Richard G. Ringrose's, Brandsby. Letters via Easingwold
arrive at 6.30 a.m., and are despatched at 6-30 p.m.
Miscellany of trades
- Ashby James, hind, Foulrice
- Cholmeley Hugh Chas. F. Esq., Brandsby hall
- Fisher Miss Jane, mistress, National school
- Grainger Thos., blacksmith & vict., Cholmeley Arms, Stearsby
- Hanson Alfred, bailiff for Brandsby estate, West lodge
- Mosey T., estate joiner, Brandsby Home farm
- Moverley Alfred, head gardener, Brandsby hall
- Ringrose Richard Greenley, tailor, draper, grocer, and postmaster
- Rymer William, miller, Brandsby mill
- Swann Rev. Percival F., M.A., The Rectory
- Bland Robert, Hagg farm
- Cattley John, Stearsby hall
- Frank Robert, Stella Hall park
- Frank Stephen, Snareygate and Foulrice
- Frank Wm. Harland, Seaves farm
- Hickes Jonathan, Mill farm
- Johnson John, High farm
- Kemp John (and blacksmith) Ivy house
- Maskill John, Warren house
- Radcliffe Mrs. Mary, Stearsby
- Thwaites Adam, Seaves farm
- Wedgewood Robert, New house
- White John (and carrier to York on Saturdays, and assistant overseer), Bank cottage
- Wilson John, Thorn hill
- Wright George Low farm
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