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Transcript of the entry for the Post Office, professions and trades for COXWOLD in Bulmer's Directory of 1890.


  • Letters via Easingwold. See Newburgh Township.

Miscellany of trades

  • Agars Robert, carrier to York on Saturdays, and to Thirsk on Mondays, and apartments, Spring cottage
  • Barley Mr. Samuel, Colville hall
  • Blakey William, horsebreaker and trainer
  • Burnett Eustace, blacksmith
  • Burnett William, blacksmith
  • Cornforth Mrs. J., grocer, &c.
  • Cornforth John Charles, builder
  • Dale Robert, cowkeeper, Shandy hall
  • Deighton John, tailor and grocer
  • Easton George, gardener and cowkeeper
  • Fox Christopher, mason, &c.
  • Fox Mr. James, Colville house
  • Hyde Rev. Robert, curate of Coxwold
  • Kettlewell Wm., blacksmith and vict., Fauconberg Arms
  • Linfoot John, veterinary surgeon
  • McCracken John, M.B., surgeon
  • Robson George, butcher
  • Salmon Miss Jane
  • Savage, John Henry, painter, &c.
  • Scott Rev. George, M.A., J.P., vicar
  • Scurr Mr. William, Ivy cottage
  • Smith Geo. registrar of births and deaths for Coxwold Sub-District
  • Thompson Henry, shoemaker
  • Thompson Tom, stonemason
  • Weightman Thomas William, saddler


  • Carver Robert, Manor house
  • Dawson Robert, Low park
  • Farrer William, Sunley wood
  • Morrell Richard, Shandy hall
  • Richardson Albert, Fox Foley farm
  • Taylor William, Park house


Miscellany of trades

  • Coates John, farmer, Angram hall, Angram grange, and Peep o' Day, Husthwaite (chairman of Easingwold Board of Guardians, and secretary to Easingwold Agricultural Show)
  • Taylor John, farmer, Baxby mill


  • Letters via Oswaldkirk.



  • Nicholson Bryan, Abbey farm
  • Nicholson Misses J. & E., Abbey farm
  • Prior of Ampleforth College, Cams Head
  • Richardson Mrs. Sarah, and vict., Abbey Inn
  • Tuke John, Pilfit
  • Willey Thomas, College farm


Miscellany of trades

  • Bass Jonathan, head gamekeeper
  • Bridgewater James, woodman
  • Bridgewater Mrs. Mary Ann, vict., Stapylton's Arms
  • Elliott James, schoolmaster
  • Horner Henry, shoemaker
  • Richardson Harman, huckster
  • Robson John, butcher, &c.
  • Rymer Chris., estate joiner, Rose Tree house
  • Sargeant John, grocer


  • Coussons George Dent, Wass grange
  • Garbutt Robert, Thorpe-le-Willows
  • Richardson Thomas, High woods
  • Tuke John, Long Grain, Wass, and Pilfit farm, Byland


  • Post, Money Order Office, and Savings Bank at James Duck's, Newburgh. Letters via Easing. wold at 7-50 a.m.; despatches, 4 p.m. in winter, 5 p.m. in summer, by mail gig, and at 6-10 p.m. by train.

Miscellany of trades

  • Dixon Francis, land agent to Sir G. 0. Wombwell, Bart.
  • Duck James, schoolmaster and postmaster
  • Fox Mrs. Maria, earthenware dealer
  • Mason Thomas, land agent's clerk
  • Smith George, station master, Coxwold station
  • Wombwell Sir George Orby, Bart., J.P., Newburgh priory


  • Boddy George (and miller)
  • Brown George and John, Hunt house
  • Brown William, Pilfit
  • Chapman James and David
  • Easton Thomas, Newburgh grange
  • Easton William, High leys
  • Kendrew John, Brink house
  • Kendrew Thomas, Brink Hill house
  • Peacock John
  • Wood Thomas (and bailiff), Newburgh priory


  • Letters via Easingwold. Wail box cleared at 4.35 p.m.

Miscellany of trades

  • Bardon Mrs. Alice, grocer, &c.
  • Bardon Joseph, woodman
  • Bardon Thomas, tailor and upholsterer
  • Bell John, blacksmith
  • Boggett Henry, shoemaker and asst. overseer
  • Pickard John Boyes Wells, joiner, &c.
  • Robley John, shoemaker


  • Askwith Thomas & Son, Adam's hall
  • Curry Mrs. Ann & Son
  • Emmerson Charles, Oulston hall
  • Kendrew Benjamin, Bogg hall
  • Knowles James, Manor house
  • Maskew Joseph (and assessor of taxes)
  • Thornton C., Close house; & Foolrice, Whenby
  • Watson William, Village


  • Letters via Easingwold.


  • Barley John
  • Barley William, Mount pleasant
  • Batty Thomas
  • Berry William, Garbutt house
  • Dawson Joseph (hind), Thornton hill
  • Grainger John (and overseer)


  • Letters via, Easingwold.


  • Barley Richard, Wildon hill
  • Duffield Mrs. Elizabeth & Son (John)
  • Smith Joseph (and assistant overseer)
  • Smith Thomas, Wildon grange


  • Letters via Easingwold.

Miscellany of trades

  • Clark William, grocer, &c.
  • Elsworth Thomas, vict., Wombwell Arms
  • Hodgson James, schoolmaster and parish clerk
  • Hunton Jonah & Son, blacksmiths, wheelwrights and machinists
  • Watson John, shoemaker


  • Askwith John (and way warden)
  • Brayshaw Francis and Samuel, Burton house
  • Calvert Thomas, Beckfield house
  • Duncalfe John (and overseer), Windy gate
  • Easton William
  • Emmerson Charles, Lion's lodge
  • Hutchinson John M., Holly hill
  • Jefferson Robert, Redcar house
  • Jones William Smith, Intake lodge
  • Mosey Robert
  • Radcliffe Thomas, Peel Park farm
  • Watson Thomas
  • Wedgewood William, Manor house

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